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BBC First Click / Internet Safety
Website: Community Use Schools
The course incorporates the BBC First Click course, which is an introductory internet course, and the SQA Certificated Course at Intermediate 1 level in Internet Safety.
The course is suitable for beginners who have little or no experience of using the internet. It will explain the different uses, benefits, advantages and dangers of the World Wide Web. Learners will be able to make safe and legal use of the internet, deal with unwanted emails, protect against identity theft as well as protect their computer from viruses and other threats.
The course will cover the following outcomes:
- Introduction to the Internet.
- Identify threats that can exist when using the Internet.
- Describe safety precautions which should be taken when using the Internet.
- Describe legal constraints which apply when using the Internet.
- Take appropriate safety precautions and operate within relevant legal constraints when using the Internet.
If you know someone who would be interested in this course, please pass on our phone number to them so they can call to book a place.
If you are over 16, live in Scotland and earn less than £22,000 a year you may be eligible for a £200 government funded account to help towards the cost of learning. Call ILA Scotland now on 0808 100 1090 for an application pack and to find out if you are eligible.
Published by: Fife Council
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|Study Method||Part-Time Evening|
|Qualifications Gained||Intermediate 1 Internet Safety.|
|Dunfermline High School Community Use||Wednesday 13 February 2013||18:30 - 20:30|
|Dunfermline High School Community Use||Wednesday 20 February 2013||18:30 - 20:30|
|Dunfermline High School Community Use||Wednesday 27 February 2013||18:30 - 20:30|