Computer Applications Technology
Be able to use end-user software applications proficiently to produce solutions to problems within a defined scenario.
- Word Processing
- Web page design
Understand the concepts of ICTs with regard to the technologies that make up a computing system.
Understand the various technologies, standards and protocols involved in the electronic transmission data via a computer-based network.
- LAN AND WLAN
Comprehend the Internet and the WWW and the role that the Internet plays as part of the global information superhighway.
Have the ability to find authentic and relevant information, process the information to draw conclusions, make decisions and communicate the findings in appropriate presentation media.
- Access information
- Process information
- Present information
Understand how the use of ICTs affects modern-day living, recognize the legal, ethical, environmental, social, security and health issues regarding the use of ICTs and use ICTs responsibly.
- Impact on Society
- Legal and Ethical Issues
- Health and Ergonomic Issues
- Environmental Issues
Computer Application Technology is an excellent aid towards all careers. CAT is a life skill.