Mobile Technology

Course Description

Only 10-12 Students per batch.  Personalized attention given to each Student to ensure that your Learning objectives are achieved.  Click on the “Register Now!” button to book your spot.

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Course Content

  1. The evolution of mobile phones
  2. The different parts of a commonly available smartphone
  3. Accessibility, Talkback feature
  4. How to set up low vision accessibility, font and display size.
  5. How to perform Colour Correction and Inversion, Magnification
  6. Apps that have been designed for the visually challenged including Envision AI, Be My Eyes
  7. And more…

Month

UPCOMING BATCHES:

Certificate Course in Computer Application (CCA) Jul-21-2021 CLICK TO ENROL

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About the course

Desirable Skills prior to taking this course

Learning Outcomes/ Objectives from this course

  1. To enable a person with visual impairment to effectively use the modern-day smartphone for day-to-day work, mobility and comfort.
  2. To introduce and create awareness about mobility, safety, and learning through technology using modern-day smartphones.
  3. Learn essential nomenclature related to hardware and software.
  4. Navigate a smartphone using inbuilt or downloadable assistive technologies.
  5. Employ smartphones for effective communication, orientation and mobility, and to access, store, and use information.

Skills you will develop on completion of course

Skills you will develop on completion of course

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Meet Your Trainers

 Bhaskar E
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Bhaskar earned his Bachelors of Technology in Mechanical Engineering from REC Calicut and Masters in Finance from Boston College. He started his career as a software engineer and currently works as an investment analyst with Acadian Asset Management in the Greater Boston area.
Nisha
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Nisha has 4 years of IT Experience working as a Customer Engineer at Microsoft. Working with Infrastructure technologies, PowerShell scripting, and an advocate for Microsoft Azure. Nisha is passionate about Machine learning and data visualization.
Bhargav V
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Bhargav Vaghasiya is the first visually impaired Computer science (Bachelor of computer application) graduate from Gujarat. He is currently working as software engineer at Bengaluru. Bhargav was one of the first students of Vision-Aid, who then went on to become a volunteer mentor to teach the python class
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