Digital skills can play a powerful role in helping people connect, learn, engage with their community, and create more promising futures. This course can help individuals gain the digital skills necessary to engage in a digital economy and improve livelihoods.
The Digital Literacy Course is available for any South African.
To register, learners will need a device, such as a phone, tablet or computer, with internet connectivity and a web browser as well as a valid email address.
Additionally, each delegate would require a valid South African ID.
The course is designed for both self-paced individual study or classroom use. If you are completing the course through independent study, you can read the lessons, watch the videos, and complete the knowledge checks without further instruction.
In a classroom environment, the course may be used to supplement additional classroom courseware, or it may be used on its own, depending on the choices made by your instructor or learning center.
The following Learning Paths will be covered:
The time commitment required to complete the course will vary by learner and experience level. We estimate at least 1.5 hours per module, or 9 hours to complete the full course.
For any course queries, please contact Foundation for Professional Development School of Information Technology by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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If all of our support consultants are busy, please leave a message in the chat box and we will contact you as soon as we are available. Alternatively, please feel free to send an email to email@example.com.