Microsoft ICDL Presentation Program
Aim: This ICDL Presentation program is a software program (also called a Powerpoint module) that aims to create and display information in the form of a slide show. This slide show presentation can include text, graphs, animation and transitions.
Delivery: The Microsoft ICDL Presentation program is delivered by an Irish Computer Society (ICS) approved tutor. The class is structured with the use of a power-point presentation, tutorials, workbook material and each participant will have hands-on computer practice.
What award do I receive? At the end of the Microsoft Presentation program, it is optional for each learner (at an extra cost) to sit the ICDL Presentation Exam. If successful each candidate will receive an ICS-skills awarded certificate.
Course Duration: The Microsoft Power-Point Module is run over 4 mornings 10am-1pm or alternatively over 4 evenings from 6.45-9.45pm. This course can be run as an individual module or as part of the ICDL certification (7 modules in total).
Entry Requirements: Good command of the English language. Intermediate level of computer literacy.
How much does it cost? The course module fee is €70. We accept cash or card payments
Course Venue: The course is held in Castleblayney Community Enterprise Centre, Dublin Road, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan A75 WF72
Topics covered include:
- Creating a PowerPoint presentation
- Exploring the Ribbon
- Import a file into PowerPoint
- Add text to a slide
- Inserting/ Deleting Text, Images & Shapes
- Inserting/ Deleting Tables & Charts
- Formatting PowerPoint presentations
- Finalizing the presentation
- Running a Slide Show
- Printing a Slide Show
After successful completion of the Microsoft Presentation program Computer Exam, each participant will receive a certificate awarded by the Irish Computer Society.
Tuesday 30th November 2021