Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
We offer a number of accredited ICT courses from Entry Level to Level 2 to help you gain the skills and qualifications that you need. We also offer a range of non-accredited courses, for example Google Office Suite Essentials and launching an online business.
Join a class
We recommend you have a minimum level of English/literacy/ESOL at entry 3. You will need to come to an ICT assessment session. An adviser will discuss your needs and check your level, then enrol you on the most appropriate class, add you to the waiting list, or direct you to alternative provision in the borough.
Dates for upcoming assessment sessions
|Friday 22 November 2019||10am - 1pm||Hackney Service Centre, 2 Hillman Street, E8 1DU|
|Wednesday 27 November 2019||10am - 1pm||Hackney Service Centre, 2 Hillman Street, London, E8 1DU|
|Monday 6 January 2020||10am - 12 noon||Woodberry Downs Children’s Centre, Springpark Drive, N4 2NP|
|Wednesday 8 January 2020||10am - 12 noon||Woodberry Downs Children’s Centre, Springpark Drive, N4 2NP|
For more information, download our leaflet, call 020 8820 7703 or email email@example.com
Useful information about computer courses
How much do the courses cost?
All our courses are free, however some children’s centres will charge an admin fee to help with printing costs. This will typically be £10-£20.
How many days per week is the course?
All courses run two days a week.
How long is a course?
The courses vary depending on the level and type of course.
Do you have courses in the evenings or weekends?
We do not run any evening and weekend courses.
What times do you courses run?
Morning courses are normally between 10.00am-1.00pm and afternoon courses are normally 1-3pm.
Do you provide childcare?
A few of our courses have childcare.
What documents do I need to join a class?
You will need to provide proof of income/benefits and a national insurance number.
Can I join a class if I am not a Hackney resident?
Yes but Hackney residents have priority.