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Practical Exercises for ECDL
The European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) is THE internationally recoognised certificate of computing skills. It provides objective proof that the holder has achieved a standard of competence in the most common business applications. Employers are increasingly relying on the ECDL to validate training courses and to recruit computer-literate staff. Passing the ECDL will improve your computing skills in all areas and allow you to prove it to current and prospective employers.
Fully updated to cover ECDL Syllabus 4.0, Practical Exercises for ECDL provides you with a series of structured questions and exercises for each of the seven modules that make up the ECDL certification. All of the questions and exercises have been designed to allow you to assess your progress with your learning and to helpyou to prepare for AND PASS the ECDL Exam with confidence.
Exercises that increase in complexity throughout each module, enabling you to assess your current level of knowledge and gradually build up all of the skills and knowledge needed to pass the exam
A checklist before each exercise or set of exercises sets out the skills required in order to be able to complete them successfully
Each exercise is cross-referenced back to the ECDL syllabus
Model answers help you to check your work
Covers Microsoft Office 97 & Office 2000
About the author-
Jackie Sherman has been involved in teaching and assessing IT courses at FE Colleges since 1996. She also trains staff in an education department and writes courses for distance learning colleges. Her online activities include involvement with the National Tutor Database for LearnDirect. Jackie is ECDL qualified and is the author of several successful IT books.
Jackie Sherman has been involved in teaching and assessing IT courses at further education colleges since 1996. She also trains staff in an education department and writes courses for distance learning colleges. Her on-line activities include being on the National Tutor Database for LearnDirect and answering IT questions for the YouCanDoIT column of www.laterlife.com. Jackie is ECDL qualified and is the author of two successful IT books.
This is a good book with easy to use exercises easy to follow tips, and useful basic exercises to folowPublished on 18 Mar. 2013 by Mary Mc