Computer Basic Literacy Skills



This course will give you the basic computer skills you need to increase your productivity. This course is very practical, applicable and focuses on teaching computer skills you can use in your everyday life.


2 (SATURDAYS) Face to Face Learning (in-person)

Course Code:IT-04/CBLS
Course:Computer Basic Literacy Skills
Price:NAF 250.-
Duration:CONTACT HOURS: 12


• Operate basic computer hardware such as keyboards, mouse, etc.
• Gain confident in navigating the Windows desktop environment for managing files, folders, icons
and other applications.
• Learn electronic communication skills such as sending e-mail, attaching documents and replying
to messages.
• Effectively browse the internet, shop online and make online payments securely
• Create, save and print documents




This course is perfect also for beginners or seniors who have little or no prior knowledge with working
with computers. This course is ideal for individuals wanting to use computers more productively.

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NIPA General Information Brochure

5 reasons
to join NIPA:

  1. If you live in St. Maarten / St. Martin, you won't need to leave family and friends while you pursue your studies.
  2. NIPA has a dedicated staff of professionals to guide, support and motivate you throughout your studies.
  3. You will gain technical and vocational skills at an affordable price.
  4. You will receive extensive opportunities for further education and career development.
  5. Your experience will be life-changing.
I love where I work, and NIPA has helped me grow in my job.
Jean Charles Mackenson
working at IGY Marinas,
St. Maarten Apprenticeship

Contact us

(+1 721) 543 0497

or (+1 721) 543 0498

Fax: (+1 721) 543 0479

Monday to Friday,
from 8h30 am to 4h00 pm

NIPA school St. Maarten National Institute for Professional Advancement

National Institute
for Professional Advancement

Building B, Jackal Road #4
Cay Hill, St. Maarten.

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