CLAIT

AcronymDefinition
CLAITComputer Literacy And Information Technology
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She operates the computer by pressing her nose against a special pad and has passed five exams to complete the CLAIT course.
Pamela said: "After the CLAiT course, I applied to join the CCP course as I heard the contact centre industry was growing and I thought this would offer more chance of employment.
The school has been offering the OCR CLAIT Certificate/Diploma course for a number of years and 4 years ago became a registered centre for the British Computer Society's European Computer Driving Licence, offering the ECDL course to pupils in Years 10 and 11.
After attending a confidencebuilding course, she continued to study other courses, such as desktop publishing and CLAIT.
And, by choosing an apprenticeship, Rebecca also achieved her Key Skills in Application of Number and Communication (both at level 2) and a CLAIT certificate.
CLAIT (Computer Literacy And Information Technology) and is a nationally-recognised course which shows potential employers you can use the main applications on a computer.
If staff already have IT user qualifications, such as the European Computer Driving Licence, e-Quals or CLAIT, they count towards the ITQ meaning that they don't have to spend time repeating competency in skills they have already proven.
In the last 18 months, more than 450 people have benefited from courses in ECDL, CLAIT, introductory and advanced Spanish and introduction to sign language.
This allows people to study a range of subjects, including languages, ICT, and business and life skills, and gain qualifications such as the European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL), Institute of Leadership and Management qualifications, and CLAIT. Callington Library in Cornwall works with the University of the First Age (5) to organize not only school but also community Super Learning Days.
Kate did the desktop publishing part of the Computer Literacy And Information Technology (CLAIT) course - choosing to learn and study at home at her own pace.
Clait Braun, director of the Tucson-based Grouse Inc., calls the quarter-mile restriction "a prescription for population extinction," which seems "to have been created to justify existing practices and [is] not based on any reputable science." Exceptions beget more exceptions.