- Type of Computers
- Type of Operating Systems
- Hardware and Software
- Hardware components
- What makes computers work
- How to Build a Computer
- Understanding Networking
- Storing items on your computer
- Working with files & Folders
- Protecting Computer from Virus
- Maintaining data security
- Using Control panel
- Downloading software
- Removing software
The student will gain the knowledge and skills required to identify types of computers, their components such as microprocessors, motherboard, flash drive, hard disk, memory, keyboard, mouse, and input/output devices, and how data is managed by a computer. Students will also learn to build a computer from scratch! They will learn how to install a motherboard, use software to create background images, work with sound, eliminate viruses, and use different parts of the computer. This is an introductory course for students interested in building a computer, learning how computers work, interested in programming, or learning to develop games.
Students learn to install motherboard, format hard drives, load software, eliminate viruses, run and troubleshoot software on the computer. This is an excellent introductory course for students interested in building a computer, learning to program, preparing for the A+ Certification Exam
- Searching for data on your computer
- Windows Help and Support
- Using Gadgets
- Customizing Mouse and desktop
- Browsing the Web
- Customizing Internet Explorer
- Understanding Social networking
- Do’s and Don’t of Social networking
- Basic security
- Routine maintenance
- Disk fragmentation
The student is familiar with basic computer usage and is committed to working independently in their own time on a project assigned to them.
Modes of Learning
Group Lesson: We maintain a 1:8 teacher to student ratio ensuring every student gets individual attention.
Private Lesson: For an additional fee, the student can signup for a one-on-one private online lesson.
We pride ourselves in paying attention to every detail and intellectual needs of the students and ensure that the student’s training needs are met and the knowledge about the subject is delivered efficiently. Students will be assigned an account to access the courseware and instructor (via email) for a period of 12 months so they can also continue to study on their own, work on assigned projects and prepare for the final assessment even after the live online course is over.
After successful submission of the project work and passing assessments, a “Certificate of Completion” will be awarded by NRCLC validating their skill set acquired during the course. It is mandatory to pass all the assessments with at least 70% to obtain a “Certification of Completion”.
Modules: The course consists of 8 modules. The workload of each module varies and consists of a combination of the following:
Lecture: The Lecture consists of notes that can be used by students as reference material. Each module consists of at least one online lecture note with examples applicable to real-life scenarios. To keep the students up-to-date with the latest information, the lecture notes may consist of hyperlinks to current resources, such as an article, a book, or a website.
Hands-on Activity: The hands-on activities help students apply the concepts learned during the lecture. Each module consists of programming activities and exercises.
Mini-Project: Projects help students apply the concepts learned through the lecture and apply them to build an application. All the mini projects are to be submitted via email before the end of the course.
Module Completion: To complete each module, the student must follow the instructions listed in the lecture notes.
Final Exam: At the end of the course, the student can take the final exam. The student must score 70% or more to receive a certificate of completion.
Technical Requirements: A computer with Internet access.
Career Pathways: This is an excellent introductory course for students wanting to learn how computers work, develop an understanding of basic computer architecture, or interested in building a computer.