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Computer Engineering - Level 1 to 3 available - FREE course for Londoners

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Elatt East London Advanced Technology Training

Summary

Price
Free
Study method
Distance Learning with live classes
Duration
30 hours, Part-time
Qualification
Level 1 Award for IT Users - (ITQ) (QCF)
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students

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Overview

Computer Engineering Level 1 (Starter):

Become a computer engineer with a FREE course at ELATT!

We are a charity supporting Londoners to better themselves through education for over 35 years. Please only apply if you live in a London Borough.

ELATT's comprehensive Computer Engineering programme takes you from beginner to Advanced Level and prepares you to work in technical support job or as a helpdesk operator. You will learn about monitoring and maintaining the computer systemsand the networks in an organisation. It will prepare you for a role providing technical support directly to staff and customers.

You will learn about network planning and installation, installing and configuring computer systems & networks, cyber security, and diagnosing and solving hardware and software faults. You will be taught by industry professionals who will support you through your course and onto the next stage of your career.

Qualification

Level 1 Award for IT Users - (ITQ) (QCF)

Resources

  • Level 1 Computer Engineering Course Outline - download

Description

Our courses are currently taught live online using Zoom. We have daytime and evening courses available.

Content

Mandatory Units:

  • Dismantle, assemble, install and maintain a desktop computing system
  • Fundamentals of computing systems and customer care
  • IT security for users and setting up an IT system

Additional/Optional Units:

  • Using the Internet

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Who is this course for?

Anyone wishing to learn Computer Engineering

Requirements

Entry requirements

  • Basic computing knowledge
  • Literacy - Level 1

Career path

Progression Options:

  • Web Design and Development - Level 1
  • Computer Engineering - Level 2
  • Software Development - Level 1
  • Web Engineering - Level 1

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