The “Diploma in Microsoft Word Using NVDA” is a comprehensive program meticulously designed for visually impaired individuals seeking proficiency in Microsoft Word, the industry-leading word processing software. Over the course of 1 month, participants will embark on a transformative journey, mastering Microsoft Word through the lens of the NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) screen reader.
In this diploma program, students will explore the diverse functionalities of Microsoft Word, including document creation, formatting, editing, and collaboration. They will learn how to utilize NVDA effectively to navigate the Word interface, access menus, and interact with document content seamlessly.
Participants will gain hands-on experience in creating and formatting various types of documents, such as reports, letters, resumes, and academic papers, all while adhering to accessible design principles.
The course curriculum also covers features like table creation, document review, and accessibility tools, ensuring that visually impaired users can actively participate in document collaboration and revision processes.
Moreover, students will be introduced to advanced features, such as mail merge, document automation, and long-document management, empowering them to optimize their document workflows using NVDA.
Throughout the diploma program, emphasis is placed on producing accessible documents that adhere to global accessibility standards, ensuring that visually impaired individuals can create and access content with ease.
By the end of the program, graduates will be proficient Microsoft Word users, capable of producing high-quality and accessible documents that align with industry best practices.
The “Diploma in Microsoft Word Using NVDA” unlocks endless possibilities for visually impaired individuals, enabling them to succeed in academic pursuits, professional endeavors, and personal projects, all while advocating for inclusivity and accessibility in the world of document processing.
|Course Title||Level||Course Duration||New Batch Starting Date|
|Diploma in Microsoft Word Using NVDA||Beginner||1 month||October 1, 2023|