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Using an iPad - Introduction - Intensive
B00608

The course is designed to show users how to get more out of their iPad. The course will be taught through interactive demonstration.

Get the most out of your iPad including typing and using the touchscreen as well as troubleshooting some common device issues.

The course explains how to download and manage apps and use email accounts.

Course Content

Meet The iPad
Touring the Tablet
Interacting with the iPad
Getting Online and surfing the web
Keeping in touch with free email messaging
Organisng your life with iPad apps
Using the iPad camera to take pictures and movies
Using the iPad to record sound

Entry Requirements

A basic understanding of computing,
You will need a good level of reading and spoken English.
We have a limited number of IPads available in college for people to borrow in class but recommend that learners bring their own if possible if they do not want to risk sharing one.

First Class Requirements

We have a limited number of IPads available in college for people to borrow in class, but it is recommended that learners bring their own if possible to avoid having to share one.

Attendance Requirements

Regular attendance is required to get the most out of this short course.

Assessment Methods

Progress will be assessed by the course tutor through class based exercises where feedback will be given. There will also be a class based assignment which is marked by the tutor and will be used as evidence for demonstrating that the learner has achieved the learning outcomes of the course.

Further Study Options

You can progress on to other IT related courses.

Additional Information

• If you require further course information or advice & guidance that is not answered in this outline please email rbs@racc.ac.uk

• If you would like general information about the college, for example, fees & finance, funding, term dates or opening times please email info@racc.ac.uk
telephone 020 8843 7921, or drop in to our main reception area at either site.

You will need a good level of reading and spoken English.
We have a limited number of IPads available in college for people to borrow in class but recommend that learners bring their own if possible if they do not want to risk sharing one.