Learn skills online

10th November 2000 at 00:00
Leaving home to attend class is a thing of the past for the students who have signed up for courses with Online College. The college offers ICT courses at levels 1-3 in Windows and Microsoft applications including Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Courses are divided into three modles, costing pound;14-pound;18 each which students have to complete successfully in order to gain a course completion certificate. Online College courses are not accredited as yet, but the developers, City and Guilds, are making promising noises.

www.onlinecollege.co.uk


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