Diploma in Computer Fundamentals for Visually Impaired in Windows Using NVDA

“Computer Fundamentals for the Visually Impaired in Windows Using NVDA” is a comprehensive course designed to empower visually impaired individuals with the knowledge and skills to navigate and operate Windows computers confidently using the NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) screen reader.

In this course, participants will be introduced to the basic concepts of computing, familiarizing them with essential computer hardware, software, and peripherals. They will learn how to effectively use the NVDA screen reader to interact with the Windows operating system, making tasks such as browsing the web, managing files, and accessing applications seamless and accessible.

Throughout the course, students will delve into fundamental computer operations, including keyboard shortcuts, file management, and efficient web browsing with NVDA. They will gain proficiency in utilizing the NVDA interface and customizing its settings to suit their individual preferences and needs.

With hands-on exercises and real-life examples, participants will gain confidence in operating computers independently, opening up new possibilities for communication, education, and professional pursuits. This course is tailored to ensure that visually impaired learners can embrace technology with ease and become more proficient in navigating the digital world using Windows and NVDA.

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Course TitleLevelCourse DurationNew Batch Starting Date
Diploma in Computer Fundamentals for Visually Impaired in Windows Using NVDABeginner4 monthsOctober 1, 2023
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