New Zealand Certificate in Computing (Intermediate User) (Level 3)
The purpose of this qualification is to provide Aotearoa New Zealand organisations and communities with graduates who have intermediate level user computing skills, and can be employed in a range of roles, operating effectively with skills that will meet standard professional conventions and be internationally relevant.
Cost$282 NZ Domestic
Not including any course materials or external exam fees.
This qualification may build on existing skills and can be used to recognise the achievement of relevant knowledge and skills by those already employed.
What you will learn
When you achieve this qualification, you will be able to:
- Use a wide range of features, functions and settings of digital devices, software and techniques to search, access, create, combine, manipulate, store, and share data, and explore current and emerging trends in the use of digital tools.
- Investigate, plan, consult, design and develop integrated solution(s) to meet the requirements of a specified brief.
- Identify risks and consistently apply appropriate ethics and practices when using digital tools and digitally stored and transmitted information to securely and legally operate in a digital environment.
- Collaborate and communicate effectively with others in a range of formal and informal digital environments, using appropriate communication principles, etiquette, and tools.
- Manage own learning and work effectively in a digital context.
- Use problem solving techniques to trouble-shoot, fix or escalate a range of common hardware and software problems by selecting from known solutions.
Graduates of this qualification will have the skills and knowledge to get employment in entry-level positions that include the use of computing and digital technology capabilities in a variety of industries or contexts. Graduates may also progress further in their professional development pathway.