Community Education Computer Society
Community Education Computer Society (CECS) is the oldest national computer nonprofit organisation established in April 1985 for the technological empowerment of the historically disadvantaged. CECS was born out of the concern of a group of progressive teachers in the Western Cape, who, having access to computers that Government had provided for the school, started investigating the possibility of using the computers to design media and lessons for use within the school environment. At a meeting where 250 primary and high school teachers were present, in April 1985, CECS was launched.
CECS is conducting a 10-day online course on Basic Computer Literacy from 6-17 June 2016.
CECS is on a drive to empower women in Gauteng with Basic Computer Skills. This initiative is supported by INTEL and is called Intel® My Digital Journey. The programme aims to close the Internet gender gap, connecting millions of girls and women to obtain work opportunities.
Study mode: Online
Fee: R350 (non-refundable)
Enquiries: Tel: 011 333 0186, E-mail: email@example.com
What will you learn?
Certificate of Technology (Basic Computer Literacy) programme is designed to give you a foundation in digital literacy skills and information technology fundamentals, while also providing you with the opportunity to study outside the territory of IT and to gain a range of general business skills. This certificate is taught online to allow you to immediately apply what you are learning.
- Certified ID copy and CV;
- Only females from the age of 16 to 40 years can apply;
- Who are able to read and write English;
- Have passed grade 10 or above; and
- Reside in Johannesburg and surrounding areas.
This certificate equips you with the necessary education and training for employment in IT fields such as front line support, business administration and office administration, as well as other fields that require IT experience, such as marketing, advertising and accounting. You will be able to receive a better education, enhance your political participation, have a stronger voice in your communities, and increase your income or chance of being hired by connecting to new economic opportunities.
For registration, email to Kgomotso Pitso, Office Administrator, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 0865 377 172.
Enquiries: 011 333 0186
For more about the Community Education Computer Society, refer to www.cecs.org.za.