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Corporate Computer Training Center

The Corporate Computer Training Center offers computer instruction for adults who want to increase their knowledge of computers. Training is designed to produce immediate productivity with the software package being taught. The center focuses on updated computer instruction to match the release of new software and to address the specific application needs of students. Services offered include current computer application training and customized computer applications. Courses are available for businesses, industries, agencies, and the general public.

  1.  Access    
  2.  Internet  
  3.  Windows  
  4.  Excel  
  5.  Basics  
  6.  Internet Apps  

Access Database Software

This course covers creating a database form, editing and printing databases, searching and sorting a database;  using filters and queries, and generating reports; creating, modifying and printing, building forms with subforms and other controls.

Beginner Internet

This course is designed for students interested in gaining a basic understanding of internet applications. Students will learn to navigate the internet, download files, and utilize information. Experience with the mouse is recommended.

Beginner Windows

This is an ideal course for the student who is upgrading an earlier version of Windows. The student will learn to navigate the Windows operating system to perform daily tasks. Students should have basic keyboarding skills.

Excel Spreadsheet Software

This course covers how to create, save and edit a worksheet as well as features such as freezing, titles, sorting, multiple calculations, formulas and functions, edit, print options, formula and template construction, working with workbooks, logical functions, autoformat, protecting and hiding data, creating charts and graphs, filtering data and using filters.

I Know Nothing About Computers

This is an ideal course for students who have never used a computer. The student will learn to navigate the Windows operating system to perform daily tasks. Students should have basic keyboarding skills.

Internet Applications

This course covers browsers and search engines, links, advanced searches and boolean operators, online reference services, validity of information, privacy and security issues, ethics, copyright, legal issues and e-mail features.