Introduction to Apple iPad
What is special about this course?
This short course is ideal for anyone looking to get to grips with their Apple iPad/Android tablet. We can also create a voucher for you to gift to a recipient who would find this course useful.
The course will take place in our IT Hub, UHI Perth, Crieff Road Campus, PH1 2NX.
Cost = £25
You will learn:
What is the iPad/Android tablet?
- General discussion of what an iPad/Android tablet is and what you can do with it
Basic iPad use
- Switching on/off
- Sleep/Wake/Unlock/Access Codes
- Home Screen
Connecting to Wireless
- Connecting to wireless network/hotspot
- Removing a network
Using the Internet
- Opening Safari/Google Chrome (web browser)
- Entering a web address
- Scrolling/zooming a web page
- Searching the web
- Explanation of the Apps stores
- Signing in/creating account
- Opening iStore/Google Play and browsing apps
Using the Camera
- Opening the camera
- Taking pictures
- Viewing/deleting stored images
- Creating an email account/logging in
- Creating/sending messages
- Attaching photographs taken with the camera to messages
Please bring your iPad/Android tablet with you.
How will I study my course?
Where can I study my course?
- Perth College UHI
Various start dates available throughout the year.
Is there more information available online?
You can use the above QR code to connect directly to the course details.
Apply for Intro to Apple iPad/Android tablets
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