Self Study & Walk In Exams
Subjects: MOS, ECDL or ECDL Advanced.
We hold exams twice a month on Friday Afternoons.
Exam sittings are at 2pm or 3.30pm and must be booked in advance.
To book your exam please complete the registration form and in the comments box please list the following:
Exam you wish to complete (ECDL / MOS)
Microsoft Version (2013 / 2016, etc)
Subject (Word Processing / Excel etc.)
Gain an understanding of key web publishing concepts and learn the core skills required to design, create and maintain a website. You will also learn a range of web design skills from HTML to cascading style sheets (CSS).
Learn about web development & editing without having to commit to the time and expense of a professional-level web design programme.
By explaining the basics and cutting through the jargon of web site design, ECDL Web Editing gives you the skills you need.
The ECDL Advanced gives candidates the opportunity to be certified at an 'expert level' in the use of the specific application type, acquiring skills sets over and above the routine features of the software. Each ECDL Advanced module is a stand-alone certification. An ECDL Advanced certificate (e.g. ECDL Advanced Word Processing) is awarded to candidates who pass each specific module test. Training can be provided prior to testing, although candidates may forego training if they wish, assuming they already have advanced-level skills. Ideal follow-on to the ECDL course or a QQI Level 4 computer course.
Candidates who successfully complete 3 of the 4 ECDL Advanced modules are awarded the ECDL Expert certification, which signifies expert-level computer competence.
Entry Requirements: All Prospective candidatesshould ideally have the ECDL certification and/or previous experience using computers and common software applications.
Assessment: Each module is assessed by a one-hour test.
ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence Course)
Need to learn computer and Internet skills to get that job? Move ahead in your career?
Return to education? Or maybe start that little business you have always dreamt of?
Whatever your goal in work, education or life, ECDL can help you get there.
Move forward with the world’s most popular IT user certification.
- ECDL is the certification most widely recognised and highly valued by Irish employers
- ECDL equips you with practical computer and Internet skills.
- ECDL offers you a wide range of subject modules.
- ECDL offers flexible study options, including online learning.
Do this to keep up with all the changes in Microsoft Office. Ideal as a refresher or a back to work or college course.
Microsoft Office Specialist - Access
This course is aimed at participants who wish to gain an industry qualification in the Access database environment. Candidates should have an understanding of the Windows environment and be relatively comfortable Managing Files and Folders, Searching for Files and Folders, Using the Control Panel, and Viewing System Information.
Microsoft Office Specialist - Excel Core 2016
Core Data Analysis, Manipulation and Presentation; Exam 77-727
This course is aimed at participants who wish to gain an industry qualification in the Excel environment.
Successful candidates for the Microsoft Office Specialist Excel 2016 certification exam will have a fundamental understanding of the Excel environment and the ability to complete tasks independently.
They will know and demonstrate the correct application of the principle features of Excel 2016.
Candidates will create and edit a workbook with multiple sheets and use a graphic element to represent data visually.
Workbook examples include professional-looking budgets, financial statements, team performance charts, sales invoices and data-entry logs.
Microsoft Office Specialist - Outlook
This course is intended for Administrative and Office professionals, Consultants, Executives/Managers, Help desk personnel, Instructors/Trainers, Marketing personnel, Product developers, Sales, Students, and other members of the general population working in a business environment who have intermediate or expert knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite.
Microsoft Office Specialist - PowerPoint
This course is aimed at participants who wish to gain an industry qualification in the PowerPoint environment. Candidates should have an understanding of the Windows environment and be relatively comfortable Managing Files and Folders, Searching for Files and Folders, Using the Control Panel, Viewing System Information.
Microsoft Office Specialist - Word
Core Document Creation, Collaboration and Communication; Exam 77-725
Successful candidates for the Microsoft Word 2016 exam will have a fundamental understanding of the Word environment and the ability to complete tasks independently.
They will demonstrate the correct application of the principle features of Word 2016 by creating and editing 2- to 3-page documents for a variety of purposes and situations.
Document examples include professional-looking reports, multi-column newsletters, résumés, and business correspondence.
Excel Expert 2016 Microsoft office specialistInterpreting Data for Insights Exam 77-728
Expert-level candidates for the Microsoft Excel 2016 exam have an advanced understanding of the Excel environment, and the ability to guide others to the proper use of the program’s features.
They will create, manage, and distribute professional spreadsheets for a variety of specialised purposes and situations.
They will customize their Excel environments to meet project needs and to enhance productivity.
Expert workbook examples include custom business templates, multiple-axis financial charts, amortization tables and inventory schedules.
Candidate roles may include accountants, financial analysts, data analysts, commercial bankers, and others.
Word Expert 2016 Microsoft office specialistCreating Documents for Effective Communication Exam 77-726
Expert-level candidates for the Microsoft Word 2016 exam proficiently use the advanced features of Word 2016 for document and content management and advanced formatting.
Candidates will create and manage professional documents of four pages or more for a variety of specialised purposes and situations.
They will customise their Word environments to meet project needs and to enhance productivity.
Examples of expert-level documents include a business plan, a research paper, a book, a specialised brochure and a mass mailing.
Candidate roles may include editors, project managers, business information workers, educators and others.