OTHER COURSES & SERVICES OFFERED AT CLC
PITMAN in three stages: I, II, & III (35 days per stage, 140 hours per stage),
IELTS and TOEFL
CIEL A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2
GRE, SAT and GMAT
This course introduces the student to the right and relevant use of the computer in general. Particular emphasis will be on office related programs, especially for the academic and communication world or field. It is therefore, considered very suitable for students who wish to use the computer software as a tool for a better projection of life in the techno world; resolution of digital problem related situations and secretarial duties, among others.
Expected Achievements: By the end of the full course, the student should be able to:
- Use an operating system software in the Windows environment.
- Use software packages in word processing, spreadsheets, database management, and graphics
- Use Web browsers, search engines and e-mail.
Information and Communication Technology is inevitable in the contemporary society. Both the private and public sectors rely heavily on it, since it involves collection, processing, storage and dissemination of data and information. CLC I.T basic training course seeks to equip in theoretical, practical and technical aspects that are minimally satisfactory to support and manage information systems, including networks.
Therefore, the course will emphasize and recuperate basic knowledge on the use of office and other related computer literacy topics such as hardware, operating systems, programming languages, data communications, applications software and information systems.
Expected Achievements: The student is expected at completion of the course to be able :
- Describe the computer information system life cycle.
- Explain the fundamental concepts of computer hardware and software.
- Analyze a problem, decide whether it can or should be solved by a computer, and provide an appropriate solution.
- Describe the major components of applications software in the areas of word processing, spreadsheets, database management, presentation graphics, data communications, and Internet.
Cultural day presentations by CLC students about their respective countries and Culture of origin, Public lectures, Missionary day, etc.
(These include the “Know your Host country” program: Visit to National parks, Nature parks, Museums and other touristic attractions within Kenya)
Annual organisation and programming ( Summer Holiday visits to the neighboring East African Countries: Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania)