Certificate in Digital Skills

How It Works

  1. 1. Select Certification & Register
  2. 2. Receive Online e-Learning Access (LMS)
  3. 3. Take exam online anywhere, anytime
  4. 4. Get certified & Increase Employability

Test Details

  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • No. of questions: 50
  • Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%).
  • There is NO negative marking in this module.
  • Online exam.

Benefits of Certification

$49.00 /-
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What is ‘Digital Skills”?

Digital skills are broadly defined as the skills needed to “use digital devices, communication applications, and networks to access and manage information”.

Why are Digital Skills needed ?

Addressing the 21st century digital skills are important; to help students and professionals to learn, communicate and collaborate safely and responsibly. Being a digital skilled person includes having email etiquette, reporting and preventing cyber bullying, learning how to protect private information, etc.

Some statistics showing the increasing demand for digitally literate professionals:

  • 74 percent of users active on social networks say they’ve found themselves in unpleasant situations.
  • 4 in 10 children have been involved in serious situations, i.e. cyber bullying or receiving inappropriate photos from strangers.
  • 3 out of every 4 kids own a cellphone, yet a quarter of adolescents say parents know little or nothing about what they’re doing.

We must take measures to keep pace with suddenly confusingly fast — advancement. We owe it to ourselves to better prepare everyone to greet the many positives and challenges the connected life brings.

Why register for Digital Skills certification?

Everyone is embracing technology every day without examining the consequence of implementation. Today, with digitalization, employers judge prospective students or employees for their social media profile. So, it is important to know how to create online personas that project positive and constructive image.

Educators can only prevent cyber-bullying by educating students about it. Information Search and Analysis is an important aspect of Digital Skills. There are lots of resources available over the Internet and not all is authentic. Digital skills make candidate aware of, how to look out, select, and streamline information and how to choose a real and authentic source of information.

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Digital Skills Basics

  • Definition
  • Need

Digital Access

  • IT Basics (data, information, data size -bit/byte, input and output devices, peripherals)
  • Networking Basics (network types, wired and wireless, devices and terminologies for broadband connection and wi-fi)
  • Mobile Technology (Smart phone, OS, 2g/3g/4g, app store)

Digital Commerce

  • E-commerce and types
  • Online services (grocery, doctor, etc.)
  • Online purchase requirement and process
  • Bank details safety (OTP, malware and phishing)

Digital Communication

  • Email (terms, sending, receiving, attachments, outlook, gmail)
  • Social Media (Google+, Facebook and Twitter accounts, usage, friends, share, like)
  • Online messaging – Online chat, Skype, Google hangout,
  • Mobile messaging – SMS, MMS, Video calls, Whatsapp

Digital Literacy

  • Search Engine
  • Information search (image search, Google hacks, job and internship search, whois)
  • Data Backup (need, technologies, online and offline backup for PC and mobile)
  • Device maintenance (PC, laptop, mobile)

Digital Etiquette

  • Netiquette (in chat and messaging)
  • Appropriate behavior and language (in social media)

Digital Law

  • Cyber Bullying (definition, punishment, example cases)
  • Digital footprint and online reputation (concepts, management)
  • IT Act, 2008 (crime and punishments)

Digital Rights and Responsibilities

  • Copyright, license and fair use
  • IPR
  • Public Domain
  • Privacy
  • Plagiarism

Digital Security

  • Online threats and prevention
  • Device security
  • Password security

Digital Health

  • Health ill-effects (eye strain, joints and body pain)
  • Managing personal health (exercise, posture)
  • Health monitors

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