Many of us use I.T in our jobs as well as in our daily life, but if you find that tasks on the computer are taking too long then you may consider investing in an I.T course. Some employers will happily pay for their employees to go on an I.T course if they think it will be beneficial and that it will improve work productivity but even if they don’t you may still wish to attend one for your own reasons.
There are a number of I.T courses available, some of which can be done in a college or in a learning instate or others of which can be done at home, online. The courses range from simple beginners courses helping people get to grips with I.T and how they can use it in everyday tasks others will be more specialised around a particular subject matter such as spreadsheets and equations for example. Prices range for course from under £50 upwards of a few thousand but for many of us a beginners or intermediate course will be enough to get you started.