Computer Training

Basic Computer Skills Training

Basic Computer Skills

6131 - Prerequisite-None. Come learn the fundamentals of computer hardware and software while learning about your operating system (Windows 10). Want to know more? You’ll learn how to organize your desktop, manage the files you create, and navigate through the multitude of programs that come with your Windows 10 software. Get answers to questions!

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Basic Computer Skills for Seniors

6870 - Prerequisite-None. Did you recently purchase a computer? If you are a first-time computer user, you will learn what you need to know at a comfortable pace. How does a computer work? This class will show you the basics. Take control of the mouse and the keyboard. In no time at all, you’ll be using a computer like a pro!

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Intro to Windows / Computers for Seniors

7321 -


Do you have a computer and still don’t feel you have the confidence to use it? This is the place to start building your confidence! Receive an overview of computer hardware and software. Learn basic computer skills such as changing the screen saver, desktop, and mouse settings, etc. Get a handle on computer terminology and learn how to save your files efficiently. If you are a novice or just want to brush up on your skills, this is the class for you.

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Date:07/16 & 07/23/18
Time:8:30am - 11:30am
Location:Bush Campus Bldg 8


Office Support Specialist

9550 - Pre-requisite: Must complete entrance assessment (TABE).

Whether you are looking for employment in a business office setting or medical office setting, this 348-hour Office Support Specialist training is for you! This program consists of 100 hours of core office skills; for example, students will review English, Mathematics, Writing skills and basic computer skills. The remaining 248 hours are devoted to one of two options. The Business Office training portion would include expanded computer training which could lead to potential Microsoft Office Specialist certifications in Word 2016 and Excel 2016. (Additional MOS tests available for $100/each) It is recommended that you have a home computer and MS Office software to practice and enhance your skills from home. Students will also get an introduction to a MAC computer/software. The Medical Office portion would introduce the students to medical terminology, medical office administration, and basic billing and coding procedures for the medical office setting. If you choose the medical career pathway you may be required to provide us with proof of immunization records prior to a field experience.

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Day:T & Th
Time:8:30am - 3:00pm
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PowerPoint - Level I

6613 -

Prerequisite-Proficient in Windows or Basic Computer Skills.

When you have to speak in public, nothing will give you confidence like a good Microsoft PowerPoint presentation! Learn the basics of creating individual slides to go along with each of the topics you need to cover, and then enhance your presentation with color, bullets, clipart, and animation. Your presentation will move between slides with transition effects and sounds. Or, let PowerPoint create the whole thing for you with a wizard!

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