Developing Digital Skills to Use Cloud-Based CRM Software using Drag-and-Drop Declarative Programming Solutions (Micro-credential)
New Zealand Academic and Learning Institute Limited
General Education Programmes not elsewhere classified
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A candidate for admission into the Developing Digital Skills to Use Cloud-Based CRM Software using Drag and Drop Declarative Programming Solutions Micro-Credential Level 4 is:
- 18 years of age or older.
- Has a literacy level at Step 4/Literacy NCEA Level 1/Has completed a Certificate Level 3 qualification.
- Has been employed in a workplace for at least one year, and uses software as part of their role responsibility, OR has related experience and is comfortable with using software and is familiar with navigating themselves through Microsoft Office.
Note 1: Candidates may request for a literacy assessment to be conducted. The Ministry of Education, LNAAT literacy
assessment will be used.
Note 2: If admission criteria are not met, discretionary entry may be granted by the Academic Programme
About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
The purpose of the micro-credential is to build digital competence when using cloud-based CRM software at an administration level, so that learners can access jobs in workplaces where 'drag-and-drop' customer relationship management (CRM) software is being used.
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