Computer Training

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Computer Technician

BSH-9564-P17 - Pre-requisite: Must complete entrance assessment. No prior computer knowledge/experience is necessary. During this 120-hour course, you will gain knowledge in all aspects of computer functions, including hardware and software. Hardware components include CPU, peripherals, input/output, storage and networking devices. Software will include Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Linux and their networking capabilities. This course will encompass both classroom and lab activities as you are guided through building a computer “from the ground up”! In addition, this class will prepare you for CompTIA’s A+ certification. Fundamentals of networking will also be taught; topics will include the model of networking hardware concepts, cabling protocols, remote connectivity, network protection, servers and support. A large portion of the class will deal with TCP/IP networking and the Internet. The CompTIA A+ exam is not included with this course tuition.

Instructor:  Stanley
Day:M/Th/Sat*
Date:3/13-7/6/17
Time:5:30-8:30*
Cost:$3250* supply fee included
Location:BSH/2 Rm200A/B
Sessions/Hours:36/120
Prerequisite: Must meet pre-admission requirements (TABE) *Class times: M/Th 5:30-8:30pm, Sat 8:30-3:00pm (1/2hr lunch break) Tuition Includes: Books and COMPUTER! Students can be 18 and over to register for this program. REGISTER EARLY TO KEEP YOUR CLASS RUNNING!

 

Internet Basics for Seniors

BSH-6882-P17 - Prerequisite-None. Learn to “surf the net” to get where you want to be. Do research, find recipes, book your airline tickets and much more! This is a basic introduction to the Internet in which you will learn to use search engines, download clipart and senior specific websites.

Instructor:  Simmons
Day:M
Date:5/1 & 5/8/17
Time:9am-Noon
Cost:$60
Location:Bush Bldg 8 Seneca Rm
Sessions/Hours:2/6
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Smart Phone 101

BSH-7328-W17 - Prerequisite-own a smart phone. Learn the basics of navigating your cell phone. Do you find yourself asking "How do I upload pictures to FB or send them via text?", "What's an app?", "How can I connect my phone to the internet?". Come find the answers to common tasks like sending a text message, watching a video on YouTube, or surfing the web, or navigating popular apps. Also cover fundamentals such as adjusting the brightness of the display, setting the device up to work with a wireless network.

Instructor:  Simmons
Day:M
Date:03/10/17
Time:11am-2pm
Cost:$30
Location:Bush Campus Bldg 8 Seneca Rm
Sessions/Hours:1/3
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