Desktop Publishing ITQ

Level 1

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Availability & Details

Desk Top Publishing ITQ Level 1 (Havant) HP-DPITL1-D(0000)000

Havant Campus

Type of study
Adult Learning, Part Time

Academic Year 2022-23 (5 weeks)

Examination board


This qualification supports and confirms your workplace skills, knowledge and performance and does not involve sitting an examination.


You will need to have completed a Beginners IT Course or have basic IT experience before enrolling on this course. Some learners choose to complete this course alongside iTQ1 to support their learning.

Desktop Publishing – Microsoft Publisher:

  • Using Templates, Pre-Designed Visual Elements, Text Boxes, WordArt, Shapes and Images
  • Creating posters, flyers and brochures

This course will run for seven weeks, one short session a week.

At Havant & South Downs College an experienced and qualified tutor will guide and support you through the complete programme as both your individual tutor and assessor. You will be assessed by completion of an electronic portfolio of evidence to demonstrate your knowledge and experience.

This course is FREE if you meet the eligibility requirements or depending on your circumstances, you may be eligible to receive full or part funding for the course. Please do contact us and we will be happy to advise you.

On completion of this course learners can progress to ITQ Level 1 or 2, however at least Level 1 English will be required for ITQ Level 2.

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