Basic IT Skills

Basic IT Skills

This 6-hour course can be delivered at the workplace in a full day or split into two half-days according to your needs.

The course will provide training on all the basic IT skills we all need at work in this digital age.

The course is for a minimum of 10 people delivered at the workplace and will walk you through the basic skills in your choice of the following: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and basic rules of emails.

This will allow you to standardise how staff use IT in the workplace and refresh digital skills.

More specialised IT courses are available on request.


The qualification is delivered at the workplace at a time convenient for the employer and learner.

Entry Requirements

No entry requirements but must have a group of at least 10 members of staff.


This will be in house training and will have a certificate confirming training has been attended.

Who is this course for?

Employers who want to standardise their workforces IT skills.
For those who are not very confident in IT and want a refresher.

Course Benefits

  • Refresh your basic IT skills.
  • Standardise your staff’s skills using these applications.
  • Upskill staff who need to build confidence in using IT.
  • Build your teams digital skills to keep up to date with the digital age we are in.
  • Workplace delivery.

If you are interested in applying, please complete the following quick form and we will be in contact to support you with your application. You will receive useful information about whether you are eligible for government funding, course fees, start dates and much more.

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Quick Facts

Start Dates

As and when the learner or employer wants us to deliver.

End Date

Can be a day training or split into two half days. Total of 6 hrs in all.


Total of 6hrs training.


It could be fully funded under "Bespoke employer lead basic skills courses" under Lambeth AEB contract we have.