Course: Beginner’s Digital Skills for Health & Social Care

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Beginner’s Digital Skills for Health & Social Care - Entry 3

It’s important to possess basic digital skills when working in health and social care, as you’ll likely be required to undertake digital activities as part of your day-to-day routine. This free* course, which is suitable for absolute beginners, will equip you with skills you’ll use throughout your career by providing basic level skills and knowledge in IT.

Where: This mainly delivered online, with four face-to-face sessions taking place in classrooms at your choice of Capital City College Training, Newham College, Havering College or London South East Colleges.

When: February

Course length: 15 weeks. Expect to study for approximately 3-4 hours per week

Classroom type: This is an online course


Price: All courses are free for low-income adults living in London. Do you qualify? Get in touch to find out.


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