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Appendix: Computer courses



Fee/person

Course subject

Duration

(Birr)

NCR Corporation



TIME: Monday through Friday, 5.00 to 8.00 p.m.



1. Introduction to data processing

7 days

500

2. COBOL 74

14 days

700

3. IMOS III Operating Systems

7 days

500

4. BASIC

14 days

700

5. FORTRAN

14 days

700

6. Basic systems analysis skills

14 days

700

7. PASCAL

14 days

700

8. Personal computer operation

14 days

500

Bureau for Electronic Computer Services



TIME: Monday through Friday, 5.00 to 8.00 p.m.



1. Electronic data processing concept

14 days

350

2. Basic COBOL programming

30 days

645

3. Intermediate COBOL programming

30 days

710

4. BASIC programming

21 days

645

5. FORTRAN IV programming

21 days

645

6. Systems analysis and design

14 days

475

BURCO Systems



TIME: Monday through Friday, half-days



1. Introduction to computers & programming

5 days

300

2. BASIC programming

12 days

550

3. ANSI '74 COBOL programming

30 days

950

4. FORTRAN programming

12 days

550

Source: Information is based on 1988 catalogues.