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Digital Functional Skills Entry Level 3 – NCFE Online Course

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This Digital Functional Skills Entry Level 3 Course will set you up with the relevant digital skills and knowledge and provide you with a competitive advantage in your career, making you stand out from all other applicants and employees.

Course Highlights

  • Course Type: Online Learning
  • Accreditation: NCFE
  • Qualification: Nationally Recognised Qualification
  • Study Materials: High-Quality E-Learning Study Materials
  • Assessment: Externally Graded and Verified | Center-Based Online or Online
  • Remote Exam
  • Guided Learning: 55 hours
  • Access: 1 Year Access
  • Certificate:  Certificate upon completion of the official exam (hard copy)
  • Tutor Support: Tutor Support Available
  • Customer Support: 24/7 live chat available

Digital Functional Skills Entry Level 3 – Online Course

This course is governed by Ofqual, and accredited by NCFE, making it a nationally recognised credential that will improve your CV while helping you stand out from the rest of the applicants. 

Subject content of this course is based on the National Standards for Digital Functional Skills to increase comparability across awarding organisations.

This course will assist you in developing the skills needed to use electronic devices, manage and secure information, engage in online communication and transactions, use data protection tools, and edit a variety of digital media, including photographs, audio files, videos, etc. 

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be equipped with the required digital skills to operate confidently, effectively and independently in education, work and everyday life.

  • Initial Assessment: Determines levels
  • Diagnostic Assessment: Identifies skill gaps and produces an individual learning plan
  • Learning Resources: Develop underpinning knowledge and fill skill gaps identified
  • Progress Check: Assesses progress at the end of the module

You will get useful resources that are designed to improve your essential skills, knowledge and understanding of the digital knowledge required to pass the assessments. 

Our online learning portal is fully compatible with desktop, tablet and mobile devices and can be accessed from anywhere.

  • Develop a favourable attitude toward the usage of digital skills as well as increased confidence and fluency in their use
  • Use your knowledge and abilities to accomplish tasks and activities in order to exhibit them
  • Develop an appreciation of the importance of digital skills in the workplace and in regular day-to-day activities
  • Recognise the value of digital skills in both the profession and in everyday life
  • Acquire a foundation for further study, work, and life.

This Digital Functional Skills Entry Level 3 Course can be taken by:

  • People of all ages (there is no age limit).
  • Anyone willing to enhance their practical digital functional skills
  • Anyone looking to meet the entry requirement of your desired university
  • Anyone looking to secure an apprenticeship
  • Anyone looking to improve their job outlook with an added expertise

Students or professionals of any age group hailing from any academic background can take this Digital Functional Skills Entry Level 3 Course to acquire practical skills in ICT; no prior knowledge, skills or qualifications are required to enrol. 

Students are required to undergo a wide range of interactive online assessments and exams in between lectures and at the end of each module to evaluate the knowledge and skills that they are learning. These interactive assessment sessions measure the number of skills and knowledge that you are absorbing after the completion of each module and evaluate your potential to demonstrate these digital skills practically. You can also keep track of your score and progress at the end of the module.

Towards the end of the Digital Functional Skills Entry Level 3 Course, you will be required to undergo an onscreen/online exam that is externally set and graded. You can take the online exam at the designated exam center or remotely. Some assessment components for the skills and knowledge to be evaluated under the Content Document must be conducted online and on screens utilising digital devices.

The assessments will be pass/fail in line with the other Functional Skills qualifications.

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Learners who achieve this qualification could progress to:

Digital Functional Skills Level 1 Qualification

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This Course is Accredited by NCFE and Regulated by OFQUAL

This Course is accredited by NCFE and regulated by Ofqual which is a nationally recognised qualification that will add value to your CV. It is an approved subject by Department for Education (DfE) that provides a foundation for progression to employment and further technical education.
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Course Curriculum

1. Using Devices and Handling Information

• Features of a device refers to examples such as the interface required (keyboard or touchscreen) or how a device functions (hand-held, wearable or wireless connectivity). Uses of a device refers to examples such as for making a phone or video call, or sending emails while away from a desk. • Applications refers to those for desktop, laptop and mobile devices. • Applying system settings refers to examples such as changing screen brightness, changing speaker volume, or connecting to a Wi-Fi network at work or home. • Navigating online content refers to using menus, hyperlinks and browser navigation controls such as back and forward buttons or bookmarks. • Internet searches refers to a specific and clearly defined piece of information or content that might be required in a work or real-life context.

2. Creating and Editing

• Using a suitable application refers to understanding terminology and concepts relating to documents and media and associated applications, such as word-processed or presentations, with an understanding of the purpose of different applications and typical uses. • Combining different types of information for a given purpose refers to using text, graphics and images in a work or real-life or context, such as creating a poster or presentation for colleagues.

3. Communicating

• Online communications refers to short, simple texts using email or other messaging applications. Other digital content refers to graphics, images and videos. • A video call refers to a one-to-one communication via live video.

4. Transacting

• An online form refers to a single page form used to enter information such as registering for or requesting a service, or making an online purchase. • Personal details refers to name, address, telephone number, email address and payment details. • Data validation refers to automatic computer checks to ensure that data is entered correctly, such as password requirements or key fields that cannot be left blank. • Verification checks refers to a check carried out to ensure the user has entered their details accurately, such as following a link in an email received when setting up an online account.

5. Being Safe and Responsible Online

• Understanding the need to stay safe online refers to examples such as being aware of risks associated with clicking on unknown links or phishing emails, being aware of the evolving nature of such risks, or knowing that devices may be hacked resulting in personal data being compromised or stolen. • Authentication methods to access devices refers to examples such as strong passwords, fingerprint, facial or voice recognition. • Minimising the effects of physical stresses refers to examples such as using an adjustable chair, not being too close or too far away from the screen/device and keyboard or mouse. • Benefits of using security software refers to examples such as preventing, detecting or removing viruses, malware and other threats.

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Entry-level qualifications are foundational qualifications for individuals with minimal prior education. Level 1 qualifications are equivalent to GCSE grade D-G level. Level 2 qualifications are equivalent to GCSE grade A*-C level. Level 3 qualifications are equivalent to an A Level.

Yes, completing this course will provide you with a strong foundation, making you well-prepared for more advanced digital skills courses if you choose to pursue them.

These skills are valuable in a wide range of jobs and industries, including administrative roles, customer service, education, healthcare, and many others. They are also essential for personal use in today's digital age.

In the UK, high-demand digital skills include Basic programming, Cybersecurity, digital marketing, cloud computing, data analysis, content creation and many more.

Yes, the course is structured to ensure that you can apply the digital functional skills you learn to real-world scenarios, making them immediately useful in your personal and professional life.

You can enrol for this self-paced online video training course. Once you purchase the course, you will receive your login details via email. As you will receive lifetime access to the login portal, you can complete your course at your convenience.

Our online courses come with lifetime access and have no time limit for completion. Each course is completely accessible from a tablet, mobile or laptop, as long as you have a secure internet connection.

Upon successfully enrolling for a course, you will receive an email with your login details. Kindly check your inbox/junk folder and spam folder, or you can contact our award-winning customer support team via [email protected].

Once you enrol, you will gain access to the course materials through our online learning platform. You can log in from anywhere with an internet connection.