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AbstractThis paper asks the question of how to organise teaching practices in Informatics and how to obtain the optimum results with restricted resources in order to provide our students with the appropriate level of computer literacy that is crucial for success in today 's business world. Particular attention is paid to the problems of organising teaching practices with restricted resources and the organisation of a continuous improvement in teaching in such an environment. The organisation of a first year course in Informatics at the Faculty of Economics, Zagreb, has been presented. It has been demonstrated that a continuous improvement approach can be successfully applied in a university environment, and that it could be useful when organising teaching practices in Informatics.