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  • 1. Contact Courses leading to a qualification ......... 11 020 7492 2515 Basic computing ...................................... 11 computing@citylit.ac.uk Microsoft Office 2007 Telephone hours applications ........................................... 12 Mon – Fri 10:00 –16:00 Apple Mac................................................ 13 Desktop publishing ................................. 13 Drop-in advice Web page design .................................... 14 Term time Programming ........................................... 14 Tue & Wed 12:30 –13:30 & 17:30 –18:30 Graphic illustration and multimedia ...... 14 Non term-time Networking .............................................. 15 Tue 17:30 –18:30 & Wed 12:30 –13:30 PC maintenance ...................................... 15 Sunday courses ........................................ 15 See also computer-based visual arts courses in the ‘digital arts’ section, page 100, ‘photography’, page 80, and ‘graphic design and illustration’, page 106. computing “This course is taught extremely well. Great teachers, very patient and allow you to work at your own pace.” Nicola, Touch typing
  • 2. Computing 011 COURSE COURSE CODE CODE DaTE(S) DaTE(S) DaY(S) DaY(S) TIME TIME WEEK(S) WEEK(S) SITE SITE FEE FEE SNR. SNR. CONC. CONC. Courses leading to a qualification At City Lit you can take the ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence) tests without enrolling if you have the necessary computing skills. Fees for ECDL Level 1 (Essentials), ECDL Level 2 (Extra) and ECDL Level 3 (Advanced) are as follows: ECDL registration (paid only once): Level 1 £44, Level 2 £70 and Level 3 £150 Individual module tests: Level 1 £20, Level 2 £25 and Level 3 £30 Please note that the pricing structure above has changed from previous years to reflect changes made by the British Computer Society (BCS) to its qualification portfolio. Photo identification must be produced prior to ECDL registration. For bookings and further details (including test dates) please call 020 7492 2515 or email computing@citylit.ac.uk. Equalskills ECDL foundation: Do you lack basic computing skills and confidence but wish to gain a computing qualification (BCS beginners equalskills)? Learn basic functions of Word, desktop, computer basics, email and internet. Knowledge required: none. Tutor: Jara Peschlova CEF03 16 apr - 28 May Fri 10:30 - 13:00 7 KS £132 £91 £80 ECDL certificate ECDL level 1: essentials ECDL Essentials is made up of three modules: IT user fundamentals; using email and the internet; and security for IT users. By completing this qualification, you will obtain an ECDL Essentials certificate and a level 1 ITQ award from the British Computer Society. Tutors: Jara Peschlova (CED07), Terry Myers (CED08), Janet Truman (CED09). Terry Myers (CED18) CED07* 12 apr - 11 May Mon & Tue 10:30 - 13:30 5 KS £155 £112 £99 CED08* 12 apr - 13 May Mon & Thu 18:00 - 21:00 5 KS £155 £155 £100 CED09* 13 apr - 11 May Tue & Wed 14:00 - 17:00 5 KS £155 £112 £99 CED18* 17 apr - 15 May Sat 10:00 - 17:00 5 KS £155 £113 £101 ECDL level 2: extra ECDL Extra is designed to assess the core software applications required in the workplace. It is made up of four modules: Word processing software; spreadsheet software; presentation software; and improving productivity using IT. If you pass, you will receive a full level 2 ITQ certificate from the British Computer Society. Tutors: Janet Truman (CED09A), Terry Myers (CED18A), Jara Peschlova (CED07A), Terry Myers (CED08A) CED09a* 12 May - 30 Jun Tue & Wed 14:00 - 17:00 8 KS £248 £179 £149 CED18a* 15 May - 3 Jul Sat 10:00 - 17:00 8 KS £248 £181 £153 CED07a* 17 May - 6 Jul Mon & Tue 10:30 - 13:30 8 KS £248 £179 £149 CED08a* 17 May - 8 Jul Mon & Thu 18:00 - 21:00 8 KS £248 £248 £151 Sage computerised accounts Sage computerised Do you have a bookkeeping background and wish to build on these skills? Learn how to use the Sage accounts: level 1 accounts package and obtain a recognised qualification. On successfully completing this course you will be awarded City & Guilds computerised accounts level 1. Tutor: Farhad Esfandiari CSG03 16 apr - 2 Jul Fri 18:30 - 21:00 12 KS £207 £207 £107 Basic computing Computing for beginners Computing: getting started This is an easy way to learn how to use a computer. You will be introduced to basic features of Windows and the most frequently used software. For anyone who has never used a computer before. Tutor: Jara Peschlova CaB04 13 apr - 27 apr Tue & Wed 14:00 - 17:00 3 KS £103 £66 £50 New CaB05 8 Jul - 15 Jul Thu 10:00 - 17:00 2 KS £99 £58 £47 Computing: moving on Learn about word processing and create a personalised filing system for your work. Ideal if you have completed the course ‘Computing: getting started’ or have some experience of using computers. Tutor: Sunil Rakhit CBC03 25 May - 8 Jun Tue & Wed 14:00 - 17:00 3 KS £108 £69 £52 Internet/email: Learn how to surf the net and email in a friendly and supportive group. Tutor: Jara Peschlova getting started CIN03 4 May - 18 May Tue & Wed 14:00 - 17:00 3 KS £103 £66 £50 New CWB01 22 Jul - 29 Jul Thu 10:00 - 17:00 2 KS £99 £58 £47 Keyboard skills Touch typing/keyboard skills Learn how to type using all the correct fingers, without looking at the keyboard. Build your speed with practise and speed tests. Ideal if you have basic computing experience,. Tutor: Christina Alkaff CKB07 13 apr - 25 May Tue 18:15 - 20:15 7 KS £106 £106 £52 CKB08 14 apr - 26 May Wed 10:30 - 12:30 7 KS £106 £68 £51 Read more about your course! For a detailed outline enter the course code at www.citylit.ac.uk or call 020 7492 2600
  • 3. 012 Computing COURSE CODE DaTE(S) DaY(S) TIME WEEK(S) SITE FEE SNR. CONC. Microsoft Office 2007 applications Word processing Word: beginners Use Word to edit, format and copy text. Insert page numbers, dates, headers and footers and page breaks. Knowledge required: basic computing literacy and the ability to use the mouse and keyboard. Anyone who has not used a computer before should enrol on ‘Computing for absolute beginners’ or ‘Touch typing/ keyboard skills’. Tutor: Jara Peschlova CWP09 3 Jun - 1 Jul Thu 10:00 - 13:00 5 KS £105 £67 £50 Word: intermediate Develop your word processing skills using Word. You will be introduced to more formatting features, images and mail merge. Knowledge required: beginner’s course or some Word experience. Tutor: Wilmot Jeremiah CWP12 1 May - 8 May Sat 10:00 - 17:00 2 KS £107 £107 £53 Word: advanced Learn more powerful Word features – wordart, advanced mail merge, macros, autotext, autocorrect, advanced formatting, styles, pictures and how to create complex office forms and templates. Ideal if you have completed an intermediate course or have experience of using Word. See also ‘ECDL advanced’. Tutor: Jara Peschlova CWP06 15 May - 22 May Sat 10:00 - 17:00 2 KS £109 £66 £66 Spreadsheets Excel: beginners Learn the basics of spreadsheets – entering text, numbers, formulae, formatting, modifying and linking sheets and creating charts. Ideal if you have basic computer literacy and the ability to use a mouse and keyboard. Tutors: Sunil Rakhit (CEX03), Terry Myers (CEX14) CEX03 14 apr - 12 May Wed 18:00 - 21:00 5 KS £109 £109 £53 CEX14 13 apr - 18 May Tue 10:30 - 13:00 6 KS £113 £68 £54 Excel: advanced Learn advanced features – sorting, filtering, linking, formulae, pivot tables and macros to create and work with complex spreadsheets. Ideal if you have completed a beginner’s course or have advanced experience of using Excel. See also ECDL advanced. Tutor: Sunil Rakhit CEX17 18 apr - 25 apr Sun 10:00 - 17:00 2 KS £107 £107 £53 CEX09 13 Jun - 20 Jun Sun 10:00 - 17:00 2 KS £107 £107 £53 New CEX20 25 Jun - 16 Jul Fri 18:00 - 21:00 4 KS £111 £111 £53 Excel expert: tackling Learn how to automate and customise solutions, thereby hiding software from the user. Create dialogue an advanced project boxes, combo-boxes, spinners, drop-down lists, user forms and macros. Ideal if you have completed an advanced course or have advanced knowledge and experience of using Excel. Tutor: Sunil Rakhit CEX11 27 Jun - 4 Jul Sun 10:00 - 17:00 2 KS £107 £107 £53 Presentations PowerPoint: beginners Learn the basic tools and capabilities of PowerPoint. You will learn how to plan, produce and give presentations. Knowledge required: basic computer literacy and the ability to use the mouse and keyboard. Tutor: Noreen O’Donoghue CPP04 19 May - 16 Jun Wed 18:00 - 21:00 5 KS £114 £114 £56 Databases access: beginners Learn the basics of databases: setting them up, creating tables and forms, entering and editing data, using queries, producing reports and relationships. Ideal if you have basic computer literacy and the ability to use the mouse and keyboard. Tutor: Sunil Rakhit CDB03 12 apr - 17 May Mon 18:00 - 21:00 5 KS £109 £109 £53 access: advanced Learn the more advanced features of databases – relationships, data validation, advanced form design, subforms, multiple queries, advanced reports, macros and switchboard. Ideal if you have completed a beginner’s course or have had some experience of using databases. Tutor: Sunil Rakhit CDB06 24 May - 28 Jun Mon 18:00 - 21:00 5 KS £121 £121 £59 One-day courses Word beginners: one day Develop your skills in Word. Edit, format and copy text. Knowledge required: basic computing, though familiarity with Windows or word processing would be advantageous. Tutor: Jara Peschlova CWP03 9 Jun Wed 10:00 - 17:00 1 KS £58 £40 £34 Excel beginners: one day Learn the basics of spreadsheets – entering text, numbers, formulae, formatting, modifying and linking sheets and creating charts. Ideal if you have basic computing experience. Tutor: Sunil Rakhit CEX06 23 Jun Wed 10:00 - 17:00 1 KS £68 £47 £33 PowerPoint beginners: Learn the basic tools and capabilities of PowerPoint. You will learn how to plan, produce and give one day presentations. Ideal if you have basic computing experience. Tutor: Jara Peschlova CPP06 30 Jun Wed 10:00 - 17:00 1 KS £58 £40 £34 Windows and file Explore the main operating features of Windows XP, desktop, applications and display settings. Learn how management to manage files by creating and organising folders. Ideal if you have knowledge of basic computing. Tutor: Jara Peschlova CWF03 16 Jun Wed 10:00 - 17:00 1 KS £58 £40 £34 Enrolment: 020 7831 7831 or www.citylit.ac.uk *Starred course code: call 020 7492 2515 about your pre-enrolment interview
  • 4. Computing 013 COURSE COURSE CODE CODE DaTE(S) DaTE(S) DaY(S) DaY(S) TIME TIME WEEK(S) WEEK(S) SITE SITE FEE FEE SNR. SNR. CONC. CONC. Outlook You will create your own web-based email address, learn how to send and receive emails, attach files and save attachments. Tutor: Terry Myers CSU06 23 May Sun 10:00 - 17:00 1 KS £51NC £51 £51 Apple Mac apple Mac computers are used for courses in the following areas: OSX, iLife, iWork, Quark, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Flash for the web, Illustrator, motion design and multimedia. It would be advantageous to have used a Mac before the start of these courses. You may wish to take a ‘Mac for PC users’ course. Once you have enrolled at City Lit you can practise on the Macs in the Supported Learning Centre. See also ‘Introduction to using apple computers’, page 100. For visual arts desktop publishing courses and web design, see page 106. Mac for PC users Mac for PC users If you are a confident PC user, come and learn about Apple Mac computers – the desktop, layout and environment, how to open, save and close files, and navigate the operating system. If you have not used a PC, see the ’Basic computing’ section to find a course appropriate to your experience. Tutors: Stelios Stylianou (CMC09/11), Litza Jansz (CMC10/12) CMC09 12 apr Mon 10:30 - 13:00 1 KS £20 £14 £10 CMC10 16 apr Fri 18:30 - 21:00 1 KS £20 £20 £10 CMC11 19 apr Mon 10:30 - 13:00 1 KS £20 £14 £10 CMC12 23 apr Fri 18:30 - 21:00 1 KS £20 £20 £10 OSX apple Mac (OSX): stage 1 Discover how a Mac computer works, the common functions and their application. For Apple Mac users with little or no previous experience. Tutor: Stelios Stylianou CaW03 17 apr - 24 apr Sat 10:00 - 17:00 2 KS £85 £55 £42 CaW06 28 apr - 26 May Wed 10:00 - 13:00 5 KS £103 £66 £50 apple Mac (OSX): stage 2 Learn more advanced features of OSX. This course follows on from the ‘Apple Mac OSX: stage 1’ course, and is ideal if you have some previous experience of using an Apple Mac. Tutor: Stelios Stylianou CaW14 1 May - 8 May Sat 10:00 - 17:00 2 KS £75NC £75 £75 iLife iWeb Create an attractive, personalised website with the easy-to-use iWeb software on a Mac computer. Starting with an Apple-designed theme, you’ll customise your site with your own content and get advice on how to publish it on-line. Tutor: Litza Jansz CIW03 28 May - 18 Jun Fri 18:00 - 21:00 4 KS £145 £145 £71 iWork iWork Use the application pages to create a website incorporating word processing, images and drawing features. Tutor: Stelios Stylianou CaW09 2 Jun - 23 Jun Wed 10:00 - 13:00 4 KS £87 £56 £42 Desktop publishing Quark Quark 8: stage 1 Using Apple Macs, you will learn how to plan, design and format your publications, work with colours and import graphics. Ideal if you have knowledge of basic computing and experience of Apple Macs. Tutor: Gita Hahn CQX05 13 apr - 11 May Tue 18:00 - 21:00 5 KS £129 £129 £63 CQX07 10 May - 24 May Mon 10:30 - 16:30 3 KS £129 £77 £62 Quark 8: stage 2 Explore more complex features of QuarkXPress – advanced planning, designing, formatting, master pages, appending style sheets, picture styling and library features. Learn quick keystrokes and hints. Ideal if you have completed stage 1 course or have some experience of using QuarkXPress. Tutor: Gita Hahn CQX09 12 Jun - 19 Jun Sat 10:00 - 17:00 2 KS £103 £67 £51 InDesign See visual arts desktop publishing courses using InDesign, page 106. InDesign: stage 1 An introduction to desktop publishing using InDesign, covering management of the work area, setting up documents, working with frames, importing and editing text, and working with colour. Ideal if you have a good understanding of word processing and experience of Apple Macs. Tutor: Gita Hahn CID05 2 May - 16 May Sun 10:30 - 16:30 3 KS £116 £71 £58 CID09 18 May - 15 Jun Tue 18:00 - 21:00 5 KS £116 £116 £57 CID06 7 Jun - 21 Jun Mon 10:30 - 16:30 3 KS £116 £69 £56 Read more about your course! For a detailed outline enter the course code at www.citylit.ac.uk or call 020 7492 2600
  • 5. 014 Computing COURSE CODE DaTE(S) DaY(S) TIME WEEK(S) SITE FEE SNR. CONC. InDesign: stage 2 Develop advanced desktop publishing skills using InDesign on Apple Macs. Construct more complex adverts and lay out a multi-column, multi-page document. Work with text to create, apply and import styles, set up and apply master pages and learn good working practices. Tutor: Gita Hahn CID25 23 May - 30 May Sun 10:00 - 17:00 2 KS £105 £105 £52 CID22 22 Jun - 1 Jul Tue & Thu 18:00 - 21:00 2 KS £105 £105 £51 Web page design See also visual arts web design courses using Dreamweaver and Flash pages 101 and 102. Dreamweaver Dreamweaver: stage 1 Using the three main web editing applications, learn how to design a fully interactive website, from concept to technical completion using Apple Macs. Ideal if you have previous experience with graphic toolboxes and Macs. Tutors: Roy Clark (CDW09/11), Nigel Buckner (CDW10/12/22/25) CDW09 14 apr - 12 May Wed 18:00 - 21:00 5 KS £145 £145 £71 CDW10 15 apr - 13 May Thu 14:00 - 17:00 5 KS £145 £87 £70 CDW11 19 May - 16 Jun Wed 18:00 - 21:00 5 KS £145 £145 £71 CDW12 26 Jun - 10 Jul Sat 10:30 - 16:30 3 KS £145 £88 £72 Dreamweaver: stage 2 CDW22 13 May - 3 Jun Thu 18:00 - 21:00 4 KS £145 £145 £71 CDW25 23 Jun - 2 Jul Wed & Fri 18:00 - 21:00 2 KS £145 £145 £71 HTML HTML: stage 1 Learn the formatting language used to write web pages, how to apply it and how to structure a website in which various pages are linked together. Ideal if you have basic computing experience. Tutor: Puneet Singh CHL05 15 apr - 6 May Thu 18:00 - 21:00 4 KS £108 £108 £53 CHL06 17 apr - 24 apr Sat 10:00 - 17:00 2 KS £108 £66 £54 HTML: stage 2 Using a PC, learn how to construct a website and host it on the server with HTML and XHTML. Includes optimising graphics for the web. Ideal if you have completed ‘HTML: stage 1’ course or a working knowledge of HTML. Tutor: Puneet Singh CHL09 13 May - 10 Jun Thu 18:00 - 21:00 5 KS £119 £119 £58 Flash for the web Flash for the web You can create animation, advertisements, web page components and integrate video using Adobe Flash (previously called Macromedia Flash). Learn to add interactivity to your web pages. Ideal if you have basic knowledge of computing and experience of Apple Macs. Tutor: Fotis Begklis CFW03 30 apr - 14 May Fri 18:00 - 21:00 3 KS £145 £145 £71 Programming Javascript Learn to write Javascript Add interactivity and animation to your website. Start with simple scripts and proceed to complex applications: DOM/AJAX and XHR. Ideal if you have basic knowledge of computing and experience of HTML. Tutor: Alexander Adu-Sarkodie CJV03 5 Jun - 19 Jun Sat 10:30 - 16:30 3 KS £128 £78 £64 XML XML: introduction Enhance web pages by learning to write code in XML. This self-describing grammatical mark up language provides a better means of managing and searching data, and easier, low-cost business operation on the internet. Ideal if you have completed HTML essential. Tutor: Alexander Adu-Sarkodie CXML02 1 Jun - 22 Jun Tue 18:00 - 21:00 4 KS £119 £119 £58 Graphic illustration and multimedia See also a range of digital arts courses including Photoshop on page 100. Multimedia Motion design: introduction Learn how to design and produce moving images using elements of After Effects, Illustrator and Photoshop. Tutor: Litza Jansz CMD03 15 apr - 6 May Thu 18:00 - 21:00 4 KS £145 £145 £71 Multimedia: introduction Use elements of Flash, Dreamweaver, Illustrator and Photoshop to build a simple but effective multimedia presentation, using both your own and ready made animations and graphics. Knowledge required: ability to use an Apple Mac and understanding of file management and common file formats. Tutor: Roy Clark CMa03 12 apr - 10 May Mon 18:00 - 21:00 4 KS £145 £145 £71 Enrolment: 020 7831 7831 or www.citylit.ac.uk *Starred course code: call 020 7492 2515 about your pre-enrolment interview
  • 6. Computing 015 COURSE COURSE CODE CODE DaTE(S) DaTE(S) DaY(S) DaY(S) TIME TIME WEEK(S) WEEK(S) SITE SITE FEE FEE SNR. SNR. CONC. CONC. Illustrator Illustrator: stage 1 Explore basic graphic design techniques using the drawing and design software Illustrator. Learn about paths, gradients, pen tools, brush patterns, text effects and a lot more. Ideal if you have experience of working with Apple Macs. Tutors: Estelle Baylis (CIL05), Julie Innes (CIL06) CIL05 17 May - 14 Jun Mon 18:00 - 21:00 4 KS £103 £103 £51 CIL06 29 May - 5 Jun Sat 10:00 - 17:00 2 KS £103 £67 £51 Illustrator: stage 2 As an experienced user, come and learn more advanced features of Illustrator, and how to use it more intuitively, accurately and creatively. Practise advanced techniques available to professional graphic designers and explore industry techniques to improve workflow. Tutor: Estelle Baylis CIL22 21 Jun - 12 Jul Mon 18:00 - 21:00 4 KS £103 £103 £51 Networking Networking: introduction Learn about various network installations (peer-to-peer, client/server), hardware, settings, network printing and creating user accounts and control. A combination of theory and practical sessions. Ideal if you have basic computing experience. Tutor: Puneet Singh CNW02 15 May - 29 May Sat 10:00 - 17:00 3 KS £175 £107 £87 Virtualisation Virtualisation: stage 1 By running numerous virtual computers on the hardware of a single computer we can better utilise today’s more powerful computers. Learn the concepts behind virtualisation and about the software you need. Tutor: Puneet Singh CVR03 26 Jun - 3 Jul Sat 10:00 - 17:00 2 KS £141 £91 £77 PC maintenance PC maintenance Learn how to troubleshoot and solve most of your computer hardware problems. Look at what is inside the computer, how it works and how to upgrade computer components. Ideal if you have basic computing experience. Tutor: Terry Myers CPM07 16 apr - 14 May Fri 18:00 - 21:00 5 KS £140 £140 £69 CPM09 21 May - 18 Jun Fri 18:00 - 21:00 5 KS £140 £140 £69 eBay, podcasting and blogging Podcasting, downloading Come and find out what this 21st century terminology is all about. Before long you will be automatically and blogging downloading podcasts and creating your own blog. Tutor: Fotis Begklis New CWB02 24 Jul Sat 10:00 - 17:00 1 KS £52 £32 £26 eBay eBay: getting started You’ve heard the name, now come and find out how you can buy and sell items on eBay. Tutor: Andrew Fletcher New CWB03 17 Jul Sat 10:00 - 17:00 1 KS £52 £32 £26 Sunday courses Get to grips with Learn how to surf the net in a friendly and supportive group. You will learn how to find information using the internet web addresses and search engines, how to save and print useful pages, and how to tell your URL from your Google! Tutor: Janet Truman CWB09 16 May Sun 10:00 - 17:00 1 KS £51NC £51 £51 Ways into web page design Learn how to create, link and format simple web pages. You will gain confidence and knowledge in understanding basic HTML concepts, web page navigation, browsing and formatting. Ideal if you have knowledge of basic computing. Tutor: Sunil Rakhit CSU18 30 May - 6 Jun Sun 10:00 - 17:00 2 KS £99NC £99 £99 Get to grips with your Discover how to download and store images from your digital camera, copy files and make music CDs, digital equipment make full use of your scanner and camcorder, and use iPlayer to catch up on the last seven days of BBC TV and radio. Tutor: Fotis Begklis CSU09 20 Jun Sun 10:00 - 17:00 1 KS £51NC £51 £51 Troubleshoot common Computers can give you a headache with problems that can easily be resolved – if you know how. computer problems Come and find out how to solve the most common computer problems, saving you time and money. Tutor: Terry Myers CSU12 13 Jun Sun 10:00 - 17:00 1 KS £51NC £51 £51 Read more about your course! For a detailed outline enter the course code at www.citylit.ac.uk or call 020 7492 2600