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Computer Use indicates the variety and complexity of Computer Use at work.  Strong Computer Use skills are essential to success in many jobs, including those that have not used computers in the past. Computer Use includes using cash registers and debit machines, using email and the internet, using a variety of programs and software.



Benefits of investing in essential skills of your employees.
Finding and keeping workers with the knowledge and skills to get the job done is critical in today’s workplace. Without the right skills, your workplace may suffer. Are you experiencing challenges in your workplace? An investment in the Essential Skills might be the right solution for your business.

We'll help you learn more about improving the essential skills of your employees.

Tools for employers:
This document features 5 case studies and a 10-step guide to building essential skills in your workplace.

ESDC has many other tools you may find helpful.

Tools for employees:

Complete this self test to help you understand your Computer Use strengths and areas for improvement. 

This tool provides practical keyboard shortcuts and tips to help you improve your Computer Use skills.







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