IT Fundamental

Course Overview

IT fundamentals is for total beginners who wants to understand how computer works, parts of computer, Internet and Internet security etc.
An IT fundamentals training course provides a basic understanding of the key concepts, technologies, and processes used in information technology. You will learn the following:
  • Introduction to computing: This covers the basic concepts of computing and the history of computers, including hardware, software, and data.
  • Operating systems: An overview of the different types of operating systems and how they work, including Windows, macOS, and Linux.
  • Networking: An introduction to the concepts of computer networks, including topology, protocols, and common network technologies such as Ethernet and Wi-Fi.
  • Security: An overview of computer security, including the types of threats and attacks, as well as best practices for protecting computer systems and networks.
  • A computer or device with internet access: You will need access to a computer or device in order to study the materials and complete any assignments or hands-on exercises.
  • Basic computer skills: Some knowledge of computer hardware, software, and basic computer skills, such as using a mouse and keyboard, is recommended but not needed
  • A willingness to learn: Learning IT fundamentals requires a willingness to learn and a dedication to understanding the key concepts, technologies, and processes used in the field.n
  • Time and effort: Learning IT fundamentals takes time and effort, and you should be prepared to invest the necessary time and effort to gain a solid understanding of the subject matter

The duration of learning IT fundamentals can vary greatly depending on a number of factors, including your prior knowledge and experience, the resources you use, and the amount of time you dedicate to studying.

If you are a complete beginner and are studying IT fundamentals full-time, it could take anywhere from several weeks to several months to gain a basic understanding of the subject. If you are studying part-time or have prior knowledge in related areas, it could take less time.>

Keep in mind that the goal of learning IT fundamentals is not necessarily to complete the learning process in a specific amount of time, but rather to gain a comprehensive understanding of the key concepts, technologies, and processes used in the field. The pace at which you learn is up to you, and you should take the time you need to fully grasp whatever you have learnt.

We can recommened 3 months, twice a week and 90 mins a day. Let talk about it and we can work out a plan that suits you.

Just give us a call and we would discuss and work out a plan for you. The first class will be free of charge just to find out if this is for you or not.