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This course specifies the competencies required in installing computer software.

It involves identification of the software to be installed, install Computer software, managing the configuration of the software, testing software, and undertaking user training.

This unit covers the competencies required to manage information system. It involves identification of information system concepts, classification of information systems, management of information resources, Planning of information system, identification of impact of information system in an organization.

Welcome to the Introduction to Networks (ITN) course. This course introduces the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and other computer networks. The principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations are introduced to provide a foundation for the curriculum. By the end of the course, students will be able to build simple local area networks (LAN), perform basic configurations for routers and switches, and implement IP addressing schemes.

These course materials will assist you in developing the skills necessary to do the following:

  • Explain the advances in modern network technologies.
  • Implement initial settings including passwords, IP addressing, and default gateway parameters on a network switch and end devices.
  • Explain how network protocols enable devices to access local and remote network resources.
  • Explain how physical layer protocols, services, and network media support communications across data networks.
  • Calculate numbers between decimal, binary, and hexadecimal systems.
  • Explain how media access control in the data link layer supports communications across networks.
  • Explain how Ethernet operates in a switched network.
  • Explain how routers use network layer protocols and services to enable end-to-end connectivity.
  • Explain how ARP and ND enable communication on a local area network.
  • Implement initial settings on a router and end devices.
  • Calculate an IPv4 subnetting scheme to efficiently segment your network.
  • Implement an IPv6 addressing scheme.
  • Use various tools to test network connectivity.
  • Compare the operation of transport layer protocols in supporting end-to-end communication.
  • Explain the operation of the application layer in providing support to end-user applications.
  • Configure switches and routers with device hardening features to enhance security.
  • Troubleshoot connectivity in a small network.

Solar panel installation training courses provide education and hands-on experience in installing photovoltaic (PV) systems that convert sunlight into usable energy. The courses cover the fundamentals of solar panel installation, including safety protocols, electrical wiring, and system design.

Creating content in Moodle for a trainer's course involves designing and organizing materials within the Moodle learning management system (LMS) to facilitate effective training. Moodle is a popular platform for educators to manage online courses, deliver content, and engage with learners.

Demonstrate digital literacy unit of competency is among the seven basic competencies units offered in all the TVET level 6 qualification.


This unit covers the knowledge, skills, and behaviors required to effectively use computer and other PCs, digital devices such as smart phones, tablets, laptops and desktop. It entails identifying and using digital devices for purposes of communication, work performance and management at the work place.


Digital literacy is significant to TVET level 6 curriculum due to the critical role that technology plays in societal and industrial growth. Digital literacy has also gained recognition as a valuable tool for lifelong learning and collaboration in this global village.


The critical aspects of competency to be covered include control of security threats, computer crimes, applying word processing and spreadsheet in accordance with workplace procedures, integrating emerging issues in computer ICT applications and applying laws governing protection of ICT.

The basic resources required include digital devices such as desktop computers, laptop computers, smart phone, printers, internet access, and computer software among others.


The unit of competency covers six learning outcomes. Each learning outcome presents learning activities that cover performance criteria statements, thus creating an opportunity for the trainees to demonstrate knowledge and skills in the occupational standards and content in the curriculum. Information sheets provide; definitions of key terms, content, and illustrations to guide in training.


The competency may be accessed through written tests, demonstrations, practical assignments, interview/oral questioning, and case studies. Self-assessment is provided at the end of each learning outcome. Holistic assessment with other units relevant to the industry sector workplace and job role is recommended.