Microsoft Certified courses are a complete technology education solution connecting staff, teachers, students, employers and local communities through leading-edge technology skills development that leads to certification.Read More
What is computer studies?
Computer studies can refer to any course that deals with learning how to both use a computer for a particular purpose, and how to work with the physical components of a computer. HC College offers a variety of computer studies that range from introductory courses to the more advanced. We offer National Qualifications in End User NQF 3 and Technical Support NQF 4, and internationally recognised qualifications such as Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS), Microsoft Imagine Academy, CompTIA A+ and CompTIA Network+ There are many components and aspects of computers that you can study. For example: you can learn how to assemble a computer, how to repair a computer, how to implement security features, how to use various software applications, and how to use internet-based applications.
As modern technology grows and expands, so do the intricate workings of a computer. Computer studies is becoming the number one field to study. Fortunately, there are many different sub-fields within computer studies, which means that you are spoilt for choice. There is a vast variety of areas to specialise in within the computer field. Simply click on your preferred field of study below and expand your career opportunities. Remember if you need help, we are always just a click away, or alternatively contact us on 021 556 8464. HC College is a registered exam centre for Pearson VUE and Certiport however students not living in Cape Town can click here to find an exam centre closest to them. Pearson VUE exam centre and Certiport exam centre. Please click on the following link to find registered exam centres for CompTIA courses.
Founded in 1982, CompTIA brought together the IT channel in order to create an open dialogue between IT vendors and partners. We were officially established as the Association of Better Computer Dealers (ABCD).Read More
Computer Studies Courses
Founded in 1982, CompTIA brought together the IT channel in order to create an open dialogue between IT vendors and partners. We were officially established as the Association of Better Computer Dealers (ABCD). The association’s earliest benefits included a membership directory and vendor chats. Two years later, ABCD held its first major conference, and out of this came the decision to establish a full-time staff and permanent headquarters.
n 1990, ABCD changed its name to the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) to reflect the expanded scope of its activities, and two years later, we introduced vendor-neutral IT certifications, which are now a core component of our offering. In 2014, we expanded our legislative advocacy efforts by acquiring TechAmerica, a leader in international, federal, state and local public policy advocacy, as well as business networking and intelligence.
A leading voice for the information technology (IT) industry
With more than 2,000 members, 3,000 academic and training partners and tens of thousands of registered users spanning the entire information communications and technology (ICT) industry, CompTIA has become a leading voice for the technology ecosystem. We focus our initiatives on supporting the success of businesses across the full IT channel, from the largest vendors on one end to smaller businesses providing IT hardware, software and services on the other, as well as the ICT professionals that make our industry run. Simply stated, the industry’s innovation and growth depends on you and hundreds of thousands of others just like you. We’re here to help.
CompTIA has invested millions to develop a growing portfolio of resources in the areas of IT education, IT certification, IT advocacy and IT philanthropy to help you and your peers become more successful. We empower ICT companies and professionals worldwide with knowledge and resources to enhance their businesses and careers. After all, your success is our success.
The Media, Information and Communication Technologies Sector Education and Training Authority, known as the [“MICT SETA”], was established in terms of the skills development act of 1998 and is responsible for skills development in the Advertising, Electronic Media and Film, Electronics, Information Technology and Telecommunications sectors and their subsectors. The MICT sector comprises of 160 Large companies, 342 Medium companies and 2,785 Small levy-paying companies. The number of employees in the MICT Sector in 2011 was estimated at 182,433. Large companies employ 109,972, Medium companies employ 28,977 and small companies employ 43,484.
The MICT Seta intends to engage in learning programmes that lead to employment and new venture creation, whilst at the same time engaging in programmes that assist in bridging the digital divide especially in rural areas.