The Community Education Computer Society (CECS)
Community Education Computer Society (CECS) is the oldest national computer training non-governmental organisation established in April 1985 for the technological empowerment of the historically disadvantaged. CECS was born out of a group of progressive teachers faced with computers the government had provided for schools. They began investigating the possibilities of using the computer to design media and lessons at schools.
CECS is conducting a course on the International Computer Driving Licence (ICDL) from 27 July 2015 to 16 October 2015 in Johannesburg.
The ICDL is recognised as an international standard for end-user computing skills and is endorsed by a number of universities, colleges and schools in South Africa. To obtain the ICDL, a student must pass seven modules. It certifies that the holder has the knowledge and skill needed to use the most common applications practically and productively.
- Computer Essentials (Concepts of IT and File Management Combined);
- Word Processing;
- Databases; and
- Online Essentials (information and communication).
The above modules covers both Beginners and Intermediate levels.
Course Fee: R4 500 (this includes training, course manual, Free Skills Log Book and a free desktop computer)
Time: 9h00 – 11h00 (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays)
Registration: Kgomotso, Tel: 011 333 0186, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more about the Community Education Computer Society, refer to www.cecs.org.za.