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Computers for Beginners
with Andrew Richards
If you’ve never used computers or have had very little experience with them, this class is for you! You will be introduced to a mouse, keyboard, touch screen, monitor and common terminology so you can “talk the talk.” Then you will be shown how to take care of your computer and avoid things that could harm your computer or invade your privacy. You’ll learn to use your computer for such things as making folders, writing letters, browsing the web and using email and Facebook.
Excel 2-Beyond the Basics
with Maryanne Fiorello
If you have experience with the basics of using Excel and want to gain a more in depth knowledge or learn additional features and improve your skills this class is for you. This class can be taken back to back with Excel Basics class as we review and build on our skills from Excel 1.
Microsoft Excel Basics
with Maryanne Fiorello
In this beginner class for Excel we start at the beginning and learn how to use the basic features of Excel including basic terminology, how to navigate the program, how to create and use formulas, enter data, work with common functions, format worksheets, print, and create charts.
The Northstar Basic Computer Skills certificate program
with Academic Instructor
Using a computer at work and for other tasks is increasingly a part of everyday life. But not everyone has had the opportunity to learn the basics of computer use.
Lake Region and Fryeburg Area Adult Education now offers FREE a way to help adults assess their computer skills and earn a certificate to prove their proficiency.
The modules assess your proficiency in assessment areas:
Basic Computer Skills
Microsoft Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Operating Systems: Windows OS and Mac OS.
The Standards spell out the specific skills adults need to know and master to become computer literate. At the end of each assessment, the user receives a page of results, which lists the skills that have been mastered and the areas that need improvement. To earn a certificate for each or all of the modules, individuals must take the assessments at an approved sponsoring site and receive a passing score of 85% or higher on each test.
We are pleased to be a Northstar sponsoring site. This program will help our students develop computer literacy, demonstrate basic digital competency, and obtain a credential to add to their resume and assist them in the job search.
Call us - 627-4291 - to schedule a time to take the FREE assessment and discuss the certificate process.