Register for Short Program in Information Health and Safety

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Register for a Short Course in Information Technology Health and Safety

Course ID: 117925 

To register to this program, send an email to info@southernafricayouth.org or call + 27 11 071 1886

You can alternatively buy the course here on the Http://www.southernafricayouth.org/courses

Southern Africa Youth Project is a registered institution with Media, Communication, Information Communication (MICT SETA) Sector Education and Training Authority with registration number ACC/2013/07/3086. Southern Africa Youth Project is captured on the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA Website) under each qualification. Since all our programs are registered, we provide a recognised certificate and a statement of result.

SAQA Unit Standard Title: Describe the concepts of Information and Communication Technology and the use of its components in a healthy and safe manner

Get this Course for only R4 000

Do you want to get training for yourself, or you have acquired grants from the SETA? At Southern Africa Youth Project, we train individuals non-profit organisations, companies, government and individuals. The programs can be done online on our online portal or face to face by a lecturer or facilitator.

NQF Level 02 

3 Credits

PURPOSE OF THIS COURSE
This course is for a student who needs a fundamental understanding of Information and Technology (ICT) either computer users or as basic knowledge for a career requiring this competency, like the ICT industry. A student registered with this course can
A student can describe the components of Information and Communication Technologies.
A student can describe the hardware components of a personal computer.
A student can describe the software for personal computers.
A student can describe information networks concerning ICT.
A student can describe ergonomic rules for computer workstations.
Explain health and safety for people working with computers.
Set up a computer workstation is taking ergonomic rules and health and safety issues into account.

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