IT and Computer

International Diploma in IT Skills

Program Overview :

Based on the Microsoft Office applications, this certificate assesses a range of the most important IT skills required and is available in two levels: Foundation and Standard. A fast, efficient way to gain accredited IT skills, modules are based on 10 to 15 hours of teaching time, depending on the candidate’s experience, and result in an immediate improvement in the ability to use some of the world’s best-known office software packages.

Advantages of the International Diploma in IT Skills :

1. Bilingualism: A candidate can choose to sit for the exam either in English or Arabic.
2. Reliability: The exams are corrected electronically without human interference.
3. Rapidity: The results appear immediately after the end of the exam on the candidate’s screen.
4. International Recognition: The Cambridge Certificate is recognized by major international institutions.
5. Flexibility: The candidate can sit for the exam at any time, in any of the accredited centers.
6. Progressiveness: The different types of certificates adapt to the candidate’s level and needs.
7. CIE Recognition: The certificate is issued by CIE and TAG.Global bearing the logos of both institutions.

Diploma Objective :

The aim of the International Diploma in IT Skills is to assess a candidate’s ability to use Information Technology effectively when using specific software applications.

Program Levels :

The International Diploma in IT Skills is divided into two levels: Foundation and Standard. The Foundation Level is mainly designed for students, employees and trainees who wish to develop their practical IT skills and those who wish to receive recognition for basic IT competence they may already possess, such as using word processing programs,
managing files, and Internet skills.
The candidate who successfully completes the tests is awarded the International Diploma in IT Skills at the level he/she attended the training for.

Diploma Modules :

The program’s modules cover the following topics:
1. Introduction to IT
2. Using MS Windows
3. Word Processing using Microsoft Word
4. Spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel
5. Electronic Communication using Microsoft Internet Explorer
6. Presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint
7. Databases using Microsoft Access


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