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KIDS Computer Academic Course – Microsoft Office Junior – Age 8-10 Years @ EDINBURGH

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December 22, 2019 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am Europe/London Timezone
62 West Harbour Road
Edinburgh EH5 1PW

MS Office Junior Course –Academic Course (Age 8-10)
IT Professional Training proudly presents Kids Computer Courses at our Edinburgh training centre starting in September. Our kid’s courses are fully tailored that will equip your child with the skills needed for school computer based projects. Our mission is to help students with their academic skills in an innovative and fun way. We are committed to provide services that ensure each child reaches their full potential.

1st Week- Fundamentals of Word Process

In the first week kids will be introduced to Word Processing Application using Microsoft Word. Microsoft Word is one of the most popular word processing programs used in all technological industries. It allows users to create a wide variety of text documents, including everything from essays and class projects to brochures and greeting cards. Microsoft Word makes the editing and writing process much easier with of tools like “copy and paste,” word count, spell check and grammar checks. These skills will accelerate student’s academic performance at their schools.
Skills kids will learn;
• Starting Microsoft Word 2016, page layout, selecting and editing text
• Text formatting, format painter, finding and replacing text tools
• Inserting pictures and adjusting and applying effects
• Inserting pages
• Creating charts and hyperlinks
Academic Skills: Writing and MS Word Tools

2nd Week- Fundamentals of Microsoft Excel

Kids will be introduced to Microsoft Excel. Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet developed by Microsoft which helps us understand data in creative and unique ways. They will learn the following skills;
• Starting Excel Word 2016, introduction to worksheets, workbooks and cells
• Sort and Functions (Sum, Max, Min, Average, Count Numbers)
• Relative Cell Referencing
• Charts, Tables and Pictures
Academic Skills: Maths and MS Excel Tools

3rd Week- Fundamentals of Microsoft Power Point

Microsoft PowerPoint is more than a simple presentation tool. The application allows users to create organized slideshow presentation. It equips you with all of the skills you will need to produce professional presentations and will enhance child’s presentation skills at school. A summary of the skills taught are:
• Starting MS Power Point 2016, entering and editing text, working with bulleted text
• Creating a themed presentation, background formatting, adding, modifying and removing transition effects
• Creating a table, inserting and delete rows and columns, adjusting the table dimensions,
• Rehearsing slide timings, working with the rehearsal toolbar, changing timings, setting up a slide show, Slide Show view
Academic Skills: Writing, Presenting and MS Power Point Tools

4th Week- Fundamentals of Microsoft Access

Microsoft Access 2016 is a must have skill for all schools students. It is the most popular database application. Our course will teach the basic fundamentals of Access such as the features and tools used for users to design and implement their own databases. This will help kids as a further aid and development to assist in their SQA exams.
• Starting Access 2016, introduction to database, table, form, report and label
• Opening a database, entering a new record, sorting records
• Creating a table using the datasheet view
• Designing queries and control Operators
• Creating forms and entering a record
Academic Skills: Organisational Skills and MS Access Tools

5th Week- Assessment:
Students will be given assessment activity sheets and e-files where they will work along a series of tasks based on the MS Office Suite. At the end, certificates and an end report will be given based on their performance.
Course information:
Pre-requisites: None
Duration: 5 Weeks
Weekly Class: Every Saturday (10:45AM – 12:15PM)
Fee: £120
Tel No: 0131 552 5558 – 0131 552 5800
Email: info@itpt.co.uk

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January 19, 2020