The Documents (Advanced) module covers the concepts and skills needed to produce complex documents. It looks at areas such as creating long reports, formatting documents so they are attractive and easy to read, structuring information and creating templates, as well as improving productivity.
Employers expect professional workers to be able to produce complex written documents that communicate effectively no matter the topic. Word processing software has become very sophisticated, so it is vital to have the skills that take advantage of the features available to produce well-structured and attractive documents efficiently.
This module is suitable for a wide range of candidates who want to go beyond basic word processing skills and produce sophisticated documents. The skills developed in this module are applicable in any work or academic setting. Candidates will also see an improvement in productivity and learn to collaborate with others on documents.
Successful candidates will be able to create long and complex documents that could include advanced elements such as reference tables, graphs, links, or forms. After passing this module, candidates will also feel confident managing and collaborating on documents with others. They will be able to:
– work collaboratively with others to securely create and review documents;
– recognise good practice in design and the importance of consistent formatting and styling;
– know how to create a structure and apply the correct formatting to the elements on the page;
– understand the importance of referencing and how to include it; and
– know how to enhance documents with automation and dynamic information.
Do you want to better understand the Documents (Advanced) module and how we test skills and knowledge?
Try out the Documents (Advanced) sample tests here to get a feel for the coverage of the module, or practice before your certification test.