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Numbers Made Easy for IT | Fully Funded Course


Pitman Training Essex and Suffolk

Summary

Price
Free
Funding options

Funded places are available for eligible adults.

  • Aged 19+
  • Live or work in Essex
  • No existing maths...
Study method
Classroom
Duration
1 day · Full-time
Qualification
No formal qualification
Certificates
  • Certification of Conclusion - Free
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students

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Location & dates

Location
Address
Pitman Training - Chelmsford
2 St Johns Court, Moulsham Street
CHELMSFORD
Essex
CM20JD
United Kingdom

Overview

IS THIS FOR YOU?

The course focuses on strengthening numeracy skills that are foundational to various IT disciplines.

This course is delivered as a small-group activity using a range of practical approaches to learning:

  • Interactive Lectures
  • Hands-on Exercises and Practical Demonstrations
  • Group Discussions and Case Study Analysis
  • Q&A Sessions

Description

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

1. Basic and Advanced Numeracy for IT

  • Review of arithmetic operations, algebra, and logical reasoning
  • Application of these concepts in problem-solving and algorithm development
  • Exercises involving statistical analysis relevant to IT

2. Binary and Hexadecimal Number Systems

  • Understanding binary (base-2) and hexadecimal (base-16) number systems
  • Converting between decimal, binary, and hexadecimal
  • Practical applications in computing and coding

3. Data Storage Units and Conversions

  • Introduction to data measurement units (bits, bytes, kilobytes, etc.)
  • Techniques for calculating and converting between units
  • Understanding data size in different contexts (e.g., file storage, memory)

4. Network Addressing and Subnetting

Basics of IP addressing and subnet masks

  • Calculating network and host portions of an IP address
  • Practical exercises in designing simple network layouts

5. Introduction to Algorithms and Numerical Logic

  • Basic principles of algorithms in IT
  • Understanding flowcharts and pseudocode
  • Simple algorithmic problems involving numerical logic


This course is funded by Multiply and is exclusive to residents of Essex. Terms and conditions apply.

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Certificates

Certification of Conclusion

Hard copy certificate - Included

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