Lifelong Learning (LL) Courses
No orientation or basic skills test required
Digital Literacy and Microsoft Office 2016 Fundamentals
Digital Literacy and Microsoft Office 2016 Fundamentals | Traditional | Saturdays, 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. |
This course aims to empower you with the skills needed to succeed in a digital world. In today’s changing landscape, you understand the importance of having the technology skills needed to live, learn, and work in society. Collaborating with others and accessing information is increasingly more difficult if you don’t have the digital skills required. This face-to-face class will help you gain the knowledge and confidence to; use the Windows operating system, navigate the internet safely, manage files and folders on your computer, virtual conference with others, basic email functions and much more. You will also gain experience through hands-on practice to understand the fundamentals of Microsoft 2016: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Intuit QuickBooks 2019
Intuit QuickBooks 2019 | Traditional | Thursdays, 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. |
Take your accounting knowledge to the next level! The Intuit Quickbooks 2019 class will introduce you to the basic features of QuickBooks 2019. This course will provide you with a simple approach to learning computer software specific to the accounting industry.
If you are learning this software for the first time, you will be introduced to its primary features such as: Fundamental concepts and procedures of QuickBooks for automated bookkeeping • creating a company • Vendor & Customer Center • Generating Reports
Enrollment for this nine (9) week class is open every Term: August, October, January, April, and June.
Prerequisite: Prior bookkeeping and computer experience required.