HARDWARE - contains information on the physical parts of a computing system, including electrical and mechanical components.

SOFTWARE - covers the use of popular programs such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases and DTP.

COMPUTER LANGUAGES - explains the development, different conventions, and basic terminology used within programming languages.

DEVELOPING AN INFORMATION SYSTEM - contains information on how to create a system to organise, catalogue, store, retrieve and maintain information.

INFORMATION REPRESENTATION - highlights the different ways that information is represented covering topics such as binary, hexadecimal, octal and other number systems.

NETWORKS - explains the different ways in which information systems are connected together.

INTERNET - describes the basic functions of the largest network of computers called the Internet.