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FAQ’s

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Who is Let’s Do It!
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Let’s Do It! is a production house for training manuals. We are committed to providing the best possible training manuals to our customers.

Today, Let’s Do It! is the undisputed leader in self-paced computer tutorials, and is still striving to create new products and learning methods for our valued customers.

We provide manuals linked to SAQA qualifications and ICDL accredited manuals as well as a wide range of other computer training manuals.

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How do I order your courseware?
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You can order any of our products online using our convenient order form. Go to our Orders page and select the manual(s) you wish to order. Complete the required information in the Order Form and click on the Submit button. Alternatively, send an e-mail to leonard@letsdoit.co.za with your contact details.

We’ll get back to you as soon as possible after receiving your order to arrange for method of payment and shipment arrangements (courier or post).

Unfortunately we do not provide an online credit card payment facility at this stage.

eBooks can be ordered from the following providers: Snapplify and ITSI Digital Teaching Technologies. Visit the eBooks page on our website for more information.

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What is SAQA?
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South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) is the body responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of the National Qualifications Framework, established in terms of the SAQA Act no. 58 of 1995.

SAQA’s objectives are to advance the objectives of the NQF (National Qualifications Framework), to oversee the further development and implementation of the NQF and to co-ordinate the sub-frameworks.

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Are the SAQA manuals linked to a SAQA qualification?
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The SAQA End-User Computing manuals are linked to the SAQA 49077 (61591) qualification. These manuals contain all the Core, Fundamental and Elective Elements for the qualification. Visit our SAQA Products page to view the specific unit standards. A Facilitator Guide and Assessment Guide are also available for the various unit standards. We can also supply a POE and Moderator Guide for the qualification.

Our manuals for the National Certificate: Information Technology: End User Computing qualification have been approved by MICT SETA.

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Do you have manuals for beginners?
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Certainly. We have manuals available for beginners, intermediate and advanced students. For example, we have manuals for Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 computer training. Visit our Computer Skills Product page for more information.
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For which software packages do you have manuals available?
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We have manuals available for Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10. The Microsoft Office packages include Office 2010, Office 2013 and Office 2016 (365).
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Is it possible to customise any of your manuals?
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We can customise manuals to match the needs of a client. Contact us to discuss options.
Q:
Can I put my centre’s logo on a Let’s Do It! manual?
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Yes, we can customise the cover of any manual. Contact us to design a cover with your logo on. There is a once-off fee payable for this service.
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Do you only provide computer training manuals?
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At this stage, we provide only computer training manuals, but we can be of service in compiling or sourcing other manuals. A manual, mainly a training manual, is a book of instructions. A manual is designed to provide an overview of a topic before attending a class, an outline to follow during a training course, a subject matter reference for post-training, and a general reference.

Writing and compiling manuals are time consuming and require practice, skill and experience. If you have an idea or expert knowledge about a specific subject, we can write or compile the manual for you.
We are resellers for most major book sellers, including Pearson, Oxford University Press Group, Maskew Miller, Macmillan South Africa, and Cambridge. Contact us today via our website or email for a quote.

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Do you provide training?
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Yes. Let’s Do It! can assist with training for your company or business. We can provide facilitators, assessors and moderators as required. Let’s Do It! can also manage training programmes for a company or business. We can help you register learnerships with the relevant SETA and get you the BBEE status you are looking for. Contact us for more information.
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Do you provide help if I’m having trouble using the LDI Manuals?
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All the writers/developers of our manuals have extensive experience in presenting courses and therefore have an understanding of what the needs of presenters and students are. The manuals and exercises are easy to follow, even for computer novices.

If you however do require more information or assistance, please contact us via the website or phone us for urgent matters.

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I wish to obtain computer skills, but do not want to write tests or examinations. What do you recommend?
A:
Looking to improve your computer skills, but don’t know where to begin? Then we at Let’s Do It! have the answer. We have computer training manuals for beginners to advanced level available. Contact us to discuss your specific needs and our friendly and competent staff will assist you in finding the right product.
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What is the ICDL?
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The International Computer Driving License is proof of the ability to use a computer and its most popular applications. Candidates have to pass tests in the 7 modules. All but the first module test practical skills rather than theory. Tests consist of tasks chosen at random from typical day-to-day applications. For more information please visit the ICDL website at: http://www.icdl.org.za

Worldwide, the ECDL/ICDL is promoted and administered by the ECDL Foundation; a non-profit organisation established by the Council of European Professional Informatics Society (CEPIS).

ICDL Africa is a non-profit organisation established by the Computer Society of South Africa to promote and administer the ICDL.

The ICDL mission is to enable proficient use of ICT that empowers individuals, organisations and society, through the development, promotion and delivery of quality certification programmes throughout the world.

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Do I need an ICDL Profile/ logbook to do the ICDL?
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All candidates who wish to sit for the ICDL tests have to obtain an ICDL Profile (logbook). The Profiles are available at ICDL Centres, from ICDL Africa (Head Office) or you can order a Profile through Let’s Do It! If you do not have a valid ICDL Profile, we cannot supply you with any ICDL courseware.

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We’re a fun lot that just love what we do best which is to provide our customers with the best computer training courseware available on the market today. And that sort of says it all. Oh yes, and we drink lots of coffee.