Opening Doors | IT for Improvers
Why this course?
Our IT for improvers course builds on your beginners skills and knowledge of how to use a computer (PC or laptop) every day and with confidence.
The learners needs form the structure of this course. You will learn how to search for information effectively, write a formal letter, prepare a presentation or a poster as well as use how to use Excel for data and basic calculations.
Successful completion of for IT for Beginners recommended
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|CL0737-1C||06 Feb 2023||Central Brighton||Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 9.30am - 4.00pm||2 weeks||£0.00|
If the following criteria apply, you qualify for one our FREE Opening Doors programmes:
- Unemployed and claiming a means tested benefit*
- Employed and earning less than £18,525 per annum*
- If English is not your first language, your language will be at Entry Level 3 or above
- If you are not UK citizen, you will need to provide a confirmation of EU settlement status or a valid visa
- Successful completion of IT for Beginners is recommended.
*see Cost & Finance tab for more information
Our Opening Doors courses are free to those currently unemployed and in receipt of a means tested benefit.
You will need to provide evidence of your benefit in order to receive a fee waiver for this course.
We accept the following Means Tested benefits for this course:
- Universal Credit
- Housing Benefit
- Income Support
- Council Tax Benefit (not reduction)
- Pension Credit
Please note we cannot accept DLA, Carers Allowance, PIP or Tax Credits.
This course is also free to those who are currently employed and earning less than £18,525 annual gross salary. You will be required to provide evidence of this in order to receive a fee waiver for this course.
We accept the following evidence:
- Last 3 months payslips
- Tax Credit notice (for self employed)
Please note you will also need to bring photo ID to your enrolment.
The amount a person can earn from their wages has gone up, it is now less than £345 a month (learner is sole adult in their benefit claim) or £552 a month (learner has a joint benefit claim with their partner).