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Computer Skills Classes

Computer Introduction Basics (Windows 7)

Never used a computer before?  Had some practice but feel like there is something your are missing?  This is the place to start!  This class provides an introduction to computer basics.  This class focuses on the skills essential to using the computer:  terminology, hardware, keyboarding, mouse usage, starting programs, storing files and much more!  EVERYONE learns something from this class!!  Class may be cancelled if it doesn’t meet minimum enrollment.  USB Flash Drive Required. 

8 class sessions - 16 hours
Instructor:  Kris Biehn
Class Fee: $60
*No class 2/10, 2/17 

Day

Time

Dates

Location

Room

Mon/Wed

7:00-9:00 pm

January 27, 2014 - February 26, 2014

Main Campus

311

 

 

Managing Files (Windows 7)

As digital cameras and MP3 players have found their way into homes, large numbers of picture, video, and music files have found their way onto computers.  Learn how to organize your pictures, videos, and music.  Find out how to burn CDs and DVDs.  This class is taught at a level that assumes that students have computer experience and a basic understanding of computers.  Continue to learn new skills, and practice the skills that you have already acquired.  Class may be cancelled if it does not meet minimum enrollment.  USB Flash Drive Required. 
8 Class Sessions - 16 hours
Instructor:  Kris Biehn
Class Fee: $60
*No Class: 3/24, 3/26, 3/31, 4/2
 

 

Day

Time

Dates

Location

Room

Mon/Wed

7:00-9:00 pm

March 10, 2014 - April 16, 2014

Main Campus

311

 

 

Internet

Learn how to access and use the internet.  Understand the history of the internet and how it works.  Develop a list of useful websites.  Learn how to browse, search and bookmark websites.  Find out about Internet etiquette, and discover how to defend yourself from web threats.  This class is taught at a level that assumes that students have some computer experience and a basic understanding of computers.  Class may be cancelled if it does not meet minimum enrollment.  USB Flash Drive Required.  

8 class sessions - 16 hours 

 

Instructor:  Kris Biehn
Class Fee: $60
 

Day

Time

Dates

Location

Room

Mon/Wed

7:00-9:00 pm

April 28, 2014 - May 21, 2014

Main Campus

311

 

 

Microsoft Word for the Workplace

Microsoft Word is a dynamic document-authoring program that lets you create and easily modify a variety of documents.  Word provides tools to assist you in virtually every aspect of document creation.  From desktop publishing to web publishing, Word has the right tool for the job.  For these and many other reasons,  Word is the most widely used Word processing program in homes and businesses.  Use Word for memos, reports, and flyers.  Class may be cancelled if it doesn't meet minimum enrollment.  USB Flash Drive Required.  
8 class sessions - 16 hours

 

Instructor:  Kris Biehn
Class Fee: $60
*No class 2/10, 2/17

Day

Time

Dates

Location

Room

Mon/Wed

5:00-7:00 pm

January 27, 2014 - February 26, 2014

Main Campus

311

Microsoft PowerPoint & Microsoft Publisher for the Workplace

Microsoft PowerPoint is an easy-to-use, powerful presentation graphics program that enables you to create dynamic, multimedia presentations for a variety of functions.  Use PowerPoint to show pictures, presentations, or visual reports.  Microsoft Publisher is one of the easiest publishing programs to use and master.  In no time at all, you can create, design, and publish professional-looking marketing and communication publications for home and for work.  Use Publisher for business cards, calendars, brochures and greeting cards.  Class may be cancelled if it does not meet minimum enrollment.  USB Flash Drive Required.

8 class sessions - 16 hours

Instructor:  Kris Biehn

Class Fee: $60
*No Class:  3/24, 3/26, 3/31, 4/2
 

Day

Time

Dates

Location

Room

Mon/Wed

5:00-7:00 pm

March 10, 2014 - April 16, 2014

Main Campus

311

Microsoft Excel for the Workplace

Microsoft Excel is an electronic spreadsheet program.  It allows you to work with numbers and data much more efficiently than the pe-ad-paper method.  Excel is used in virtually all industries and many households for a variety of tasks.  Excel is not just used to crunch numbers, it ca also track databases.  Use Excel for budgets, vacation lists, fitness charts, and graphs.  Class may be cancelled if it doesn’t meet minimum enrollment.  USB Flash Drive Required.

8 class sessions - 16 hours

Instructor:  Kris Biehn
Class Fee: $60
 

Day

Time

Dates

Location

Room

Mon/Wed

5:00-7:00 pm

April 28, 2014 - May 21, 2014

Main Campus

311

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Modified on November 26, 2014