Advanced computer skills, as defined by the ICAS Computer Skills Assessment Framework include Internet and email, computers, word processing, graphics and multimedia, and spreadsheets and databases.
What computer skills should I put on my resume?
Some of the most important computer skills to learn include the following:
- Operating systems (Windows and MacOS)
- Office suites (Microsoft Office, G Suite)
- Presentation software (PowerPoint, Keynote)
- Spreadsheets (Excel, Google Spreadsheets, etc.)
- Communication and collaboration tools (Slack, Skype, etc.)
What are the different levels of computer skills?
- Level 1 – Fundamental Skills (Typing, Mouse)
- Level 2 – Basic Computing and Applications.
- Level 3 – Intermediate Computing and Applications.
- Level 4 – Advanced Computing and Applications.
- Level 5 – Proficient Computing, Applications, and Programming.
How can I improve my computer skills?
5 Free and Easy Ways to Improve Your Computer Skills
- Identify what you need to learn.
- Start with the basics—and ensure you know how to use a computer.
- Familiarize yourself with an understanding of how computers (and the Internet) work.
- Take a free online or-in person computer course.
- Apply the knowledge and get hands-on practice.
What are good ICT skills?
- Word Processing Skills. Educators should be able to use some type of word processing program to complete written tasks in a timely manner.
- Spreadsheets Skills.
- Database Skills.
- Electronic Presentation Skills.
- World Wide Web Navigation Skills.
- Web site Design Skills.
- E-Mail Management Skills.
- Digital Cameras Knowledge.