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Practical Technology Series: General Online Research

COURSE OUTLINE

 

This unit covers the knowledge and application skills to define and meet information needs. The concepts and skills include searching for online information securely using appropriate search engines and social media applications, as well as evaluating, organising, creating and delivering online information by applying appropriate considerations and practices.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVE

 

Upon completion of the course, the participant should be able to:

  •  Search for online information to meet information requirements using appropriate search techniques for search engines and social media applications
  •  Evaluate online information obtained against information requirements by applying a set of evaluation criteria
  •  Organise online information to meet information requirements by applying appropriate considerations
  •  Create online information for delivery by applying appropriate considerations

 

TARGET AUDIENCE

 

The participants for this programme are likely to be:

  •  Staff who need to perform research online and/or manage online information resources for the department / firm.

 

For enquiries, email to saltraining@sal.org.sg

SAL is SkillsFuture ready!   You can now use your SkillsFuture Credits to self-fund learning which you are interested in. Eligible individuals who attend our approved programmes may apply their S$500 SkillsFuture credit (or any part thereof) to offset the cost of attending the programme. 

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

 

Learners who wish to utilise their SkillsFuture Credit (SFC) to offset the course fees need to note the following.

 

1. WEF 21 April 2017 – Learners can submit their claims 60 days before event start date instead of 30 days

 

2. WEF 19 May 2017 - Learners have one option of payment i.e. amount deducted from learner’s SFC, will be disbursed to SAL directly.

 

3. Learners who wish to utilise their SFC to offset the course fees need to submit a print screen of their SFC balance and notify SAL by emailing SAL Training at saltraining@sal.org.sg on how much they wish to use.  

 

Learners need to pay whatever the balance amount before their registration is processed or confirmed. Onus is on the learner to submit the actual balance of their SFC account to SAL.

 

4. From 19 May 2017 - Should learners need to cancel their claims, they can do so up till the course start date itself. Should the learners withdraw once the class commencement email is sent out by SAL, a cancellation fee of S$ 21.40 (payable not by SFC) will be imposed.

 

5. Learners will be responsible to cancel any submitted SFC claims before the course start date (due to their own cancellation/deference reasons).



For more information, please refer to www.skillsfuture.sg

 

For enquiries, please call Tel: +65 6332 4388 or email to saltraining@sal.org.sg.

Cheque payments, please email to saltraining@sal.org.sg with the following details below.

 

Name:

NRIC:

Designation:

Email:

Billing Details(Individual/Company):

Venue: LawNet Training Centre, Level 4, Supreme Court Building, 1 Supreme Court Lane, Singapore (178879)

Event Date: 16 October 2017 (9.00am - 6.00pm)


PRICE (inclusive of GST)

$428.00

COURSE OUTLINE

 

This unit covers the knowledge and application skills to define and meet information needs. The concepts and skills include searching for online information securely using appropriate search engines and social media applications, as well as evaluating, organising, creating and delivering online information by applying appropriate considerations and practices.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVE

 

Upon completion of the course, the participant should be able to:

  •  Search for online information to meet information requirements using appropriate search techniques for search engines and social media applications
  •  Evaluate online information obtained against information requirements by applying a set of evaluation criteria
  •  Organise online information to meet information requirements by applying appropriate considerations
  •  Create online information for delivery by applying appropriate considerations

 

TARGET AUDIENCE

 

The participants for this programme are likely to be:

  •  Staff who need to perform research online and/or manage online information resources for the department / firm.

 

For enquiries, email to saltraining@sal.org.sg

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