It is important for professionals to keep up with workplace trends – and with the modern office relying heavily on digital technology, it is no wonder that more and more South Africans are seeking part-time PC training.

For example: Did you know?

How to draw a double line below your text

Tips such as these will take your computer skills to the next level, and will help to make your computer-based tasks a lot easier.

If you want to learn how to use a computer more effectively, you can register for a PC training course. There are many part-time courses available that you can complete without having to take time off work, and without having to give up your other responsibilities.

Why should I consider a part-time PC training course?

If you want to develop your PC skills, and studying full-time is not an option, you could consider signing up for a part-time course. Here are a few reasons why part-time PC training is a good option:

  • It offers you the flexibility of being able to learn new skills while you maintain a full-time job.
  • It gives you time to practise your new skills between study sessions.
  • It is available online or via distance learning, meaning you can study at your own pace, without having to attend any classes.
  • It gives you the opportunity to develop a wide range of new skills you can use, either to become more efficient in the workplace, or to start a career in IT.

Have a look at some of the PC training courses available at Oxbridge Academy:

Online Skills Certificate Course: Computer Concepts

You can complete this course entirely online. Some of the topics you will cover when you study this course include:

  • Identifying the various hardware components of a computer
  • How to use a keyboard and mouse
  • Software applications
  • How to use the internet, email, and social networks for work-related purposes

Once you have completed this course, you will have a basic set of computer skills, and you should be comfortable using a computer to complete a variety of tasks.

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If you don’t want to study online, you can consider the following options:

Oxbridge Academy Skills Courses

National Qualifications

Note: This article was originally published in 2016, and has been updated for comprehensiveness and accuracy. Updated by: Dale Hes