National Certificate in Computing (Level 2)Apply here now!
About the Programme
Develop confidence in computer skills with flexible, part-time study
If you want to learn basic computer skills at your own pace, and in your own time, this National Certificate is for you! The National Certificate in Computing (Level 2) is an introductory qualification that will help you develop basic computing skills. You will gain the confidence to manage computer files and databases and produce basic business documents, spreadsheets and presentations using Word, Publisher, Database spreadsheets and presentations.
Flexible study times allow you to fit your study around other commitments in your life. You go at your own pace in the classroom supported by Facilitators. You can also study from home.
As a graduate with this qualification, you will be in a strong position to continue with further studies in this field or depending on your experience, be able to apply the skills that you have learned to gain entry level positions in business administration.
Locations: Otara and Three Kings.
|Study Method||Part time|
|Duration||22 weeks (minimum)
Two years (maximum)
|Applications||Accepted on an ongoing basis|
|Start Dates||Scheduled monthly, January to November|
Faculty of Business - Business Administration
Applicants must meet the following entry requirements:
- A New Zealand citizen or permanent resident
- It is recommended that applicants can use an email system and have basic reading and writing skills in the English language.
Note: If applicants do not have email experience a free short introductory course is available.
Applicants will be accepted in order of application.
Students complete the following courses in order shown:
- Digital Communication Technologies
- Word and Text Processing
- Publications and Presentations
- Computer Applications
- Computer Operations
Further Training or Study
National Certificate in Computing (Level 3)
The National Certificate in Computing (Level 2) provides you with basic computing skills which are required by a number of occupations.