Opening Doors | IT for Beginners
Why this course?
This course will introduce you to the basics of IT skills. You will build you confidence in basic keyboard skills as well, through using Microsoft Word and the internet. On the course you will have the opportunity to progress from simple formatting tasks to the creation of complete documents.
Duration: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for 3 weeks or Wednesday evenings for 9 weeks.
Location: Brighton MET Central Campus
Please note this course is FREE to those who meet the eligibility criteria. Please see the Cost & Finance tab for more information.
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If the following criteria apply, you qualify for one our free Opening Doors programmes.
Unemployed and claiming a means tested benefit (see Cost & Finance tab for more information)
Employed and earning less than £17,004.00 per annum
Currently seeking work
If English is not your first language, you will need Entry Level 3 or above.
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).