CLAIT is a popular IT qualification within the UK, with more than 350,000 candidates registering each year. A new CLAIT is being launched by OCR in September 2001, and this student workbook by Alan Clarke is endorsed by OCR for the new qualification. It has been written specifically to match the course and is structured unit by unit to follow the qualification. The workbook contains all the information, explanation and practice examples that students need. New CLAIT requires a choice of either four or six modules from a list of one mandatory and ten optional units; all 11 are covered in this text.
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Using a computer; word processing; electronic communication; spreadsheets; databases; desktop publishing; graphs and charts; computer art; Web page creation; presentation graphics; BBc - becoming Webwise.
Alan Clarke is a senior development officer for ICT at the National Institute for Adult Continuing Education, and a member of the Learning and Skills Council Working Group on ICT strategy. He lives in Nottingham.