This course aims to assist and empower citizens by exposing them to the opportunities, and risks, of using internet and mobile technologies purposefully in their own socio-economic contexts.
Potential participants should be exposed to the basic use of mobile devices, but may have concerns regarding their understanding and competency in using mobile devices and application services on the internet.
The initial focus of the course is to address Women in Townships and the use of mobile technology in their specific social and economic context.
The course can be dynamically adapted during presentation to address other social groups including SME business representatives, scholars, teachers etc.
The course focuses on discussions and knowledge sharing that lead to understanding. Guidance is given to ensure participants will be able to apply what they have learnt.
On completing this course, public participants should understand:
On completing this course, public participants should be able to:
Course materials are provided in a digital form. These materials can be accessed from Smartphones, or from Personal Computers using an Internet Browser application. Participants may download and print as required. The material includes:
A number of topics will be covered to help you achieve the learning outcomes of this module. It is important to study each of these sections to ensure that you expand your knowledge in the subject.
|Mobile and Internet technology fundamentals|
|Using applications to manage money|
|Using applications to organise personal and work information records|
|Using applications to enhance security and communicate effectively|
|Using applications to access government, health and other social services|
|Using applications for self-development and to improve work readiness|
|Privacy Rights and Responsibilities in a Digital World|