Fully updated to cover New CLAIT 2006 Syllabus Exercises increase in complexity throughout each unit, meaning individuals can assess their current level of knowledge and gradually build up all the skills and knowledge they need to pass the exam. A checklist before each exercise or set of exercises outlines the skills required so candidates can complete the exercise successfully. Each exercise is cross-referenced back to the CLAIT 2006 syllabus. Model answers help learners to check their own work. The exercises are progressive and follow a logical order, so learners can work through them at their own pace.
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This is the only book available that offers a progressively developing range of practice exercises for the New CLAIT 2006 syllabus. Without any old exam papers to work from, it is your chance to work through ready-made build up exercises tied in closely with the assessment objectives, as well as three realistic final assignment papers for each of the 8 new units.
NOTE: Exercise files are provided on CD but these need to be copied onto your computer and may also need to be changed from Read-Only: right-click the filename of the copied file, select Properties and take off the tick in the Read-Only attributes box.
Practical Exercises for New CLAIT 2006
CLAIT (Computer Literacy and Information Technology) is one of UKs most popular IT user qualifications. Its suite of modules has been designed to be flexible, relevant and progressive, providing a single coherent learning pathway that is suitable for IT users everywhere.
CLAIT 2006 consists of units which can be entered individually, as part of a nationally recognised IT user award, or in any combination appropriate to the needs of the learner. New units address skills in presentation software and Internet skills and existing units have been updated to reflect the skills needed in the modern workplace, providing objective proof that you have achieved a standard of competence in the most common business applications. Passing CLAIT will improve your computing skills in all of the areas you choose to focus on and allow you to prove it to current and prospective employers.
Fully updated to cover the CLAIT 2006 syllabus, Practical Exercises for New CLAIT 2006 provides you with a series of structured questions and exercises for each of the modules that make up the CLAIT certification. Every question and exercise in the book has been designed to allow you to assess your progress and learning and help you prepare for AND PASS the CLAIT exam with confidence.
· Exercises increase in complexity throughout each unit, enabling you to assess your current level of knowledge and to gradually build up all the skills and knowledge needed to pass the exam.
· A checklist before each exercise or set of exercises outlines the skills required in order to be able to complete the exercise successfully.
· Each exercise is cross-referenced back to the CLAIT 2006 syllabus.
· Model answers help you to check your work.
· The exercises are progressive and follow a logical order, enabling students to work through them at their own pace.
· Covers Microsoft Office 97 and Office 2000.
About the Author
Jackie Sherman has been involved in teaching and assessing IT courses at FE Colleges since 1996. She also trains staff in an education department and writes courses for distance learning colleges. Her online activities include involvement with the National Tutor Database for LearnDirect. Jackie is CLAIT qualified and the author of several successful IT books.
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Book Description Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 132277271