Intermediate Powerpoint Presentations

Intermediate Powerpoint Presentations

Assessments are made against units of competency.
  • Create electronic presentations (BSBITU312)

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Intermediate PowerPoint Presentations – Sydney Course

This course is ideal if you have already completed an Introduction to Microsoft Office PowerPoint Presentation course or have had previous experience with Microsoft Office PowerPoint Presentations but wish to take your skills to the next level.

Whether it be for personal or work use, our Intermediate PowerPoint Presentations course will help you create, customise, format and edit more sophisticated PowerPoint presentations.

You will learn how to add slides, develop consistency in style and layout, and balance your presentation features for emphasis and visual impact without distracting the audience from the content. You will also learn how to review professional presentations, print supporting documents, and store your presentation securely.

This Intermediate PowerPoint Presentations course is aligned with the BSBIT312 Create electronic presentations unit of competency found in BSB30415 Certificate III in Business Administration.

Macquarie Community College operates from a range of venues across North and Western Sydney. We have campuses in Carlingford, Chatswood, Ryde, Mt Druitt, Richmond and many more. Enrol today or enquire now!

Course Outline

In this course you will learn how to:

  • design, develop, review and store different Microsoft (MS) PowerPoint presentations for use in school, office or advertising environments.

Course Outcome

By the end of this course you will have knowledge of Microsoft Office PowerPoint. You will be able to design, develop, review and store different Microsoft (MS) PowerPoint presentations to be used for work or study.

At the end of the course, you will be issued a Statement of Attainment for the units where competency has been achieved.

What to Bring

All course material is provided and inclusive with course fees.
Please bring:

  • notebook
  • pen
  • USB

Prerequisite: Essential

An appropriate level of language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) skills are required to enrol in this course. Macquarie Community College may conduct an LLN assessment as part of the pre enrolment process.

Prerequisite: Desirable

You will need to have language, literacy and numeracy skills that allow you to read and interpret information in addition to basic computer literacy.

If you do not have these skills, we recommend that you complete the ICT10115 Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology (Computer Basics), before enrolling in this course.

Fees and Government Subsidy Opportunities

The NSW Government’s Adult and Community Education (ACE) Program provides additional support to disadvantaged students who have barriers to studying a full qualification. The ACE Program aims to promote access and increase vocational education and training outcomes for those who experience significant barriers to training and employment.

This may include students who are:

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
  • living with a disability
  • long-term unemployed
  • Commonwealth welfare recipients and their dependants
  • migrants/refugees who are unemployed or underemployed
  • experiencing other barriers to the Smart and Skilled entitlement program
  • living in regional and remote communities where training under the Smart and Skilled entitlement program cannot easily be accessed

If you’re a prospective student, please visit: https://www.macquarie.nsw.edu.au/adult-community-education where you will find everything you need to know about the Adult Community Education program before you enrol.

For those that are not eligible for this subsidy please enquire for pricing.

Study Load

This course will include both classroom based sessions and home study.

Credit Transfer and Recognition of Prior Learning

Credit transfer (CT) is defined in the AQF as follows:

  • Credit transfer is a process that provides students with agreed and consistent credit outcomes for components of a qualification based on identified equivalence in content and learning outcomes between matched qualifications.

Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is defined in the AQF as follows:

  • Recognition of prior learning is an assessment process that involves assessment of an individual’s relevant prior learning (including formal, informal and non-formal learning) to determine the credit outcomes of an individual application for credit.

This is underpinned by the AQF definition of credit as follows:

  • Credit is the value assigned for the recognition of equivalence in content and learning outcomes between different types of learning and/or qualifications.
  • Credit reduces the amount of learning required to achieve a qualification and may be through credit transfer, articulation, recognition of prior learning or advanced standing.

For further CT information visit: www.aqf.edu.au/sites/aqf/files/credit-transfer-explanation.pdf.

For further RPL information visit: https://www.aqf.edu.au/sites/aqf/files/rpl-explanation.pdf.

If you would like to apply for CT or RPL, please contact us.

Career Opportunities

This course will help you create and use MS Office PowerPoint presentations that are very common in the modern workplace.

Units of Competency (1)

BSBIT312 Create electronic presentations

For more information, visit https://training.gov.au/Training/Details/BSBITU302

How You Will Be Assessed

Assessment (including recognition of prior learning) must:

  • Meet the requirements of the relevant unit of competency, training package or accredited course, and
  • Be conducted in accordance with the principles of assessment and the rules of evidence, and
  • Meet workplace and, where relevant, regulatory requirements.

For this course assessment will entail the following:

  • Assessment methods include written and oral tasks, practical tasks and observation by the assessor. You will be informed when assessments are to take place.

What Can I Study Next?

At the completion of this course, you can move on to advanced courses in Microsoft Office PowerPoint to gain more complex skills. Alternatively, studying other basic and intermediate courses covering computer applications such as Word, Outlook or Excel will help you develop all-round Microsoft Office skills.

This unit can be used toward a BSB30415 Certificate III in Business Administration.

Delivery Mode

We offer training in formats that suit you and your workplace in accordance with the unit of competency, training package or accredited course.

This course is available as classroom based only. Experienced and engaging trainers will take you through the course material face to face.

Logistical Information

Macquarie Community College also operates from a range of venues across North and Western Sydney. We have campuses in Carlingford, Chatswood, Ryde, Mt Druitt, Richmond and many more. Enrol today or enquire now!

Other areas of delivery assessed on request.

Workplace based training delivered in your workplace.