August 20. 2018 - January 11. 2019

This course bridges the gap between the basic skills courses and current office practices. The course is designed to develop the knowledge and skill necessary for success in the workplace and to develop a competency in administrative and office support tasks such as telephone, records management, mail, financial records, and presentations. 

Prerequisites:  Working knowledge of Microsoft Office 2013 and Typing 30 WPM 

Class meetings are:  Monday 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

June 12. - July 19. 2018

Technology has become a part of our daily lives and understanding how to function in environments that require the use of computers and the Internet is more critical now than ever before. Whether you plan to pursue a career in an office environment, education, or business, or simply become more effective with technology, everyone was a beginner at one point.

This comprehensive course provides an introduction to computer concepts and skills. Designed with the new learner in mind, this course covers Computing Fundamentals, Key Applications, and Living Online - everything students need to become confident computer users.

Career Technical Education

Learn how the internet was created, who created it and how it works.

This course provides students with background information needed to be successful in careers where computer knowledge is a must. The impact of technology and networks on our lives, culture, and society continues to increase.

What is the Internet?

How was it created?

How does it work?

How do we secure communications on the Internet?

Learn how to create spreadsheets with text and formulas. Get acquainted with the Ribbon interface, the use of basic and advanced function commands, charts, formulas, graphics, and simple calculations. Create 3-D charts, and manipulate pivot tables, work with themes and much more. 

Also available online!

Must attend the first day of class for orientation. 

This course stresses hands-on activities and provides an introduction to Microsoft Access 2013 application. Activities will include creating and displaying worksheets, report preparations, reporting, and charting data. Learn the Access environment, including the Ribbon, Backstage View, Navigation Pane, Document Tabs Bar, and more. You will also learn how to use a navigation form.

Also available online!

Must attend the first day of class for orientation. 

Introduction to MS PowerPoint. The course prepares students how to create slideshow presentations using a variety of templates and slide layouts; add animation, clip art, embed sound, and video. Use pictures as backgrounds, create and apply Smart Art graphics, and much more. Online Options are available. Must attend the first day of class for orientation.

Online Options are available. 

Must attend the first day of class for orientation. 

Review basic skills, merging documents, creating tables, report techniques, headers/footers, working with themes and much more. Learn keyboard shortcuts, create documents, format, edit, insert graphics, tables and manage text. Topics include Ribbon interface, working with text, printing, using proofreading tools, creating bullet and numbered lists, tables, and forms, and enter basic formulas, edit, add styles, charts, and formatting. 

Online Options are available. 

Must attend the first day of class for orientation. 

August 20. 2018 - January 11. 2019

Welcome to Filing and Records Management.  This course is an overview of records management which involves practical fundamentals of records management, basic filing principles, procedures, and systems. Emphasis is on non-correspondence records, information storage, and retrieval systems; management aspects of records retention, disposition, and the operation of a records management program.

Please take your time to read the course syllabus.