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Beginning Computer Skills
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, June 11, 13, 15, 2018.
9:30 am to 12:30 pm – 9 hours total instruction
Class size limited to 12 students – you are encouraged to register now as this class is one of our most popular and books up quickly.
This course is designed for the beginning computer user or anyone wanting to become more proficient at daily computer tasks.
Three-day course (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday), 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. One 15-minute break at 11:00.
A final test will be administered upon completion to measure the new skills learned. A Certificate of Completion is presented to all students who pass the final test with a score of 80% or higher.
Day 1. Understanding the Keyboard functions, Windows 10 Desktop features, Create and Save simple text document, Cut/Copy & Paste tools
Day 2. The Internet: terminology, browsers, search engines and safety online. Email Options – software vs webmail, how to create and use Gmail account, attach pictures or files to an email message, and email etiquette.
Day 3. Computer Hardware terminology and functions, how to properly name and save files or pictures, Proper file organization.
Introduction to Windows 10
Tuesday, June 19th & Thursday, June 21st, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm.
A 2-day course designed for anyone seeking a better understanding of Windows 10. You will discover bonus features not included in prior versions of Windows. Once you understand the concept behind Windows10, you will enjoy the current and new features that Microsoft continues to deliver as the Operating System evolves.
Day 1 – Lecture: Instructor-led PowerPoint presentation exploring the many outstanding and helpful features of Windows 10.
Day 2 – Lab: hands-on instructor-led practice on navigation, customizing the desktop, benefits of the Edge browser, working with menus and Control Panel, and much more.
File and Email Organization – 2-day Workshop
Tuesday, June 26th and Thursday, June 28th – 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Files, Folders and Email Organization – The Basic Computer Skills class is recommended prior to attending this class, but not required if the student can pass our basic computer literacy online quiz.
This course is a hands-on instructor-led 2-day workshop – 4 hours per day. Upon completion, you will be able to properly name your files, organize them into a practical folder structure designed for your needs, and reorganize your existing files into the new folder structure.
This course is highly recommended for anyone seeking organization in their computer data files.
This course fulfills the prerequisite for the Personal Data Backup or Business Data Backup courses.
• Lesson 1: Three Methods of Folder Organization – Which is best for YOU?
• Lesson 2: How to begin reorganizing with existing files
• Lesson 3: How to Properly Name Files & Folders
• Lesson 4: Move/Save Files to Folders
Homework after Day 1 – practice renaming existing files with logical names based on your chosen organizational method.
Day 2 – you will put into practice what you have learned. The focus will be on reorganizing all your existing files and email folder/messages. Personal attention will be given to each student to ensure their chosen organization method is the best for their needs.