Career Training and Professional Development Class Schedule

Whether you need a little byte of knowledge or a terabyte of advanced technology education, we have classes for you in Continuing Education. Course topics range from the most basic information for the absolute beginner to highly technical skills needed in the workplace.

Whatever your stage in computer use, your classmates will be right there with you. Have fun, make new friends and learn how to use computers and computer software.

For additional information, contact Lori Degre at 910-695-3939 or degrel@sandhills.edu.

MICROSOFT OFFICE FAST COURSES

Excel 2016 Levels 1, 2 & 3 Fast Course 

Excel is Microsoft’s business oriented spreadsheet application. Learn spreadsheet creation, formatting, moving and copying data, charts and images, advanced formatting, Working with tables, financial functions, pivot tables and macros. A flash drive 8GB or larger is required.

Instructor: Christine Payne
106 Van Dusen Hall
$75+text
CEU: 1.8

3076               Aug 22-Sept 7                       TTh                 1-4pm
3077                Aug 22-Sept 7                       TTh                 5-8pm

Word Levels 1, 2 & 3 Fast Course 

Learn a variety of concepts and skills to be productive using Microsoft Word 2016. Learn to use tables, shapes, word art and text boxes. You will also learn to create a business report arranging text in columns, headers and footers, mail merge, create a newsletter, share and secure documents, and how to integrate Word with Excel, Power Point and the Web. A flash drive 8GB or larger is required.

Instructor: Christine Payne}
106 Van Dusen Hall
$75+text
CEU: 1.8

3078                Sept 12-28     TTh                 1-4pm
3079                Sept 12-28     TTh                 5-8pm

Power Point Levels 1, 2 & 3 Fast Course

Power point provides users with an interface to design multimedia slides to be displayed on a projection system or personal computer. The software incorporates images, sounds, videos, text, and charts to create an interactive presentation. A Flash drive 8GB or larger is required.

Instructor: Christine Payne
106 Van Dusen Hall
$75+text
CE: 1.8

3080               Oct 3-19         TTh                 1-4pm
3081                Oct 3-19         TTh                 5-8pm

Access Levels 1, 2 & 3 Fast Course

Learn hands-on concepts to create tables, work with forms, query databases, and more. The second half of the class provides students with an in-depth look at table design, input forms, complex queries and report customization.

Instructor: Christine Payne
106 Van Dusen Hall
$75+text
CE: 1.5

3082               Nov 7-21         TTh                 1-4pm
3083                Nov 7-21         TTh                 5-8pm

ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS

QuickBooks 

This course presents the fundamentals of the QuickBooks accounting application. Topics include employee file management, payroll, record keeping, and the treatment of various types of transactions. A flash drive 8GB or larger is required. Prerequisites: Windows operating system experience, knowledge of accountings principles, and using the Internet.

Instructor: Susan Benefield
105 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 2.4

3084               Oct 2-Nov 8   MW                 6-8pm

APPLE MACINTOSH OPERATING SYSTEM & IPAD

OS X Sierra Level 1 

Learn, understand and control the operating system of the Apple Macintosh computer including numerous built-in applications, called apps. Learn to manage the filing system for organizing and finding computer generated folders and files. A flash drive 8 GB or larger is required.

Instructor: David Bartlett
106 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 2.4

3091                Aug 21-Oct 2                         MW                 1-3pm

OS X Sierra Level 2 – Using Apps

Review the use of the operating system and Finder. Topics also include the use of many applications that are found on the Apple Macintosh computer. Understanding and navigating these apps makes the computer a more productive tool. A flash drive 8GB or larger.

Instructor: David Bartlett
106 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 2.4

3092                Oct 4-Nov 13 MW                 1-3pm

OS X Sierra Level 3

Level 3 begins with a brief review of Mac OS Apps discussed in Level 2. The objective of this course is to discuss more OS Apps that were not developed previously. In addition the class discusses and compares the similarity of app features found on the iPhone, iPad and the Mac Computer. Students are encouraged to bring their laptops and iPads and iPhone to class. The prerequisite for this class is Sierra Level 2 or a) prior experience or b) a waver by instructor or Lori Degre

Instructor: David Bartlett
106 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 1.6

3093                Nov 15-Dec 13                      MW                 1-3pm                                     No class Nov 22

iPad Basics

Develop the core concepts of using the iPad’s Operating System. You will learn how to use the Settings App, the importance of the Passcode and Apple ID, how to update, how to use the virtual keyboard and Siri, and detailed lessons on the Communication apps (Contacts, Mail, Messages, and FaceTime), the Safari app for internet searches; and as time permits, limited lessons on apps such as, Notes, Calendar, Camera, and Photo. Student must bring an iPad or iPhone.

Instructor: Dave Bartlett
106 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 2.4

3094               Aug 21-Oct 2 MW                 10am-Noon

iPad Level 2

This course continues studying the Mac apps found in the iPad Operating System. We will briefly review the core concepts of iPad 1 and then will continue with more detailed lessons on additional iOS productivity apps. The prerequisite for this class is iPad 1 or a waver by the instructor or Lori Degre and each student must bring an iPad or iPhone.

Instructor: Dave Bartlett
106 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 2.4

3095               Oct 4-Nov 13 MW                 10am-Noon

iPad Level 3

iPad 3 is a course that completes the iPad Series. As in previous courses the objective is provide instruction on the iPad Operations System and it’s Mac Apps. This course reviews key concepts and further develops Mac apps and as time permits, exploring useful third party apps. The prerequisite for this class is iPad 2 and each student must bring an iPad or iPhone.

Instructor: Dave Bartlett
106 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 1.6

3096               Nov 15-Dec 13                      MW                 10-Noon

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGIES

Auto Safety Inspection
Successful completion of this course certifies students to inspect motor vehicles under the NC Motor Vehicles Safety Inspection Law. Prerequisite: valid driver’s license.
Instructor: Frank Evans
102 Sirotek Hall
$75.00
CEU: 0.8
2326                Aug 7 & 8        MT                  6-10pm
3324                Sept 11 & 12    MT                  6-10pm
3325                Oct 16 & 17     MT                  6-10pm
3326                Nov 6 & 7        MT                  6-10pm

OBD Emissions Control Inspection
Successful completion of this course will certify students to inspect motor vehicles under the NC Motor Vehicles OBD Emissions Control Inspection Law. Prerequisite: Certified Auto Safety Inspection. This is also the Recertification class.
Instructor: Frank Evans
102 Sirotek Hall
$75.00
CEU: 0.8
3330                Aug 14 & 15      MT                  6-10pm
3327                Sept 18 & 19     MT                  6-10pm
3328                Oct 23 & 24     MT                  6-10pm
3329                Nov 13 & 14     MT                  6-10pm

BANKING

Bank Teller Training
Designed for those interested in becoming a bank teller, this course will include an introduction to banking operations, handling cash, balancing operations, customer relations, and security procedures. Upon successful completion of the course, students are guaranteed an interview with a local bank.

Instructor: Serena Gonzalez
206 Van Dusen Hall
Pinehurst Campus
$130.00+text
CEU: 3.6
3334                Oct 10-Nov 16                       TTh                 6-9pm

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY

Alarm Security Technician
This course introduces the operation and skill standards for the alarm industry. Topics focus on the installation, programming, maintenance and repair of alarm system wiring and equipment per applicable code, implementation of logical testing procedure for identifying system faults, and understanding general building construction. Upon completion you will have the knowledge to sit for a national certification exam as an Alarm Security Technician. Clean criminal background required to work in this field.
Instructor: Allen Kelly
116 Van Dusen Hall
Pinehurst Campus
$185.00
CEU: 13.4
3337                Aug 3- Dec 7 TTh     6-9pm   |    1 Full Day at an Alarm Expo       TBD   |  Dec 9 & 10    SSU       8am-5pm

Fork Lift Operator
Participants successfully completing this course will be eligible for the fork lift operator’s license. Topics to be presented include basic design of lift trucks, stabilization of trucks, maintenance, repair costs and safety aspects in operation.
Instructor: Steven Garner
103 Van Dusen Hall on Friday
McKean Hall on Saturday
$75.00+text
CEU: 1.2
3338                Sept 15 & 16  F    8:30am – 4pm |    Sa     8am –Noon
3339                Oct 13 & 14    F    8:30am – 4pm |    Sa     8am – Noon

HVAC: Heating & Air Conditioning
This program is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to become employed as a heating and air conditioning technician. Course topics focus on operating principles of heating and cooling systems with emphasis on safety, theory and principles of refrigeration, types of heating/cooling systems, Ohm’s law, load calculation, troubleshooting using the various types of test equipment, servicing, repairing and installing components/entire systems and employment of customer service techniques.
Instructor: Matt Bialer
Moore County Homebuilders at 10022 NC Hwy 211 E, Aberdeen
$185.00
CEU: 24.0
3345                Aug 15-May 15         TTh         6-9pm  |    Sa (3)        8am-2:30pm

Industrial Sewing
This course provides instruction on the basic principles of practices of industrial sewing. Emphasis is placed on machine operation, setup and maintenance, threading, sewing straight lines, corners, curves and welts. Upon completion, students should be able to set up and operate a variety of industrial sewing machines.
Instructor: Otilia Gonzalez
Sun Path Products, Inc.
404 W. Edinborough Ave, Raeford
$185.00
CEU: 6.0
3346       Sept 11-Oct 20         MW      5:30-8pm    |     F        8am-1:30pm
3347       Oct 23-Dec 8            MW     5:30-8pm     |     F        8am-1:30pm      No Class Thanksgiving Week

Notary Public
A notary public is officially authorized to witness signatures on legal documents, collect sworn statements, and administer oaths. Participants must have a high school diploma or GED and no felony convictions.

Instructor: Ron Utley
$75.00+text
CEU: 0.7

Sandhills Hoke Center
118 Johnson Hall
3348                Sept 12 & 14  TTh                 5:30-9pm
3350                Nov 7 & 9       TTh                 5:30-9pm

Pinehurst Campus
202 Van Dusen Hall
3349               Oct 17 & 19    TTh                 5:45-9:15pm
3351                Dec 5 & 7       TTh                 5:45-9:15pm

Real Estate Pre-Licensing
Provides an intensive review of topics and is designed to prepare the student for the sales and broker licensing examination. Topics covered include real estate terms, contracts, leases, ownership, licensing law, finance, listing and closing of property, property valuation, and building construction.

Prerequisite: Work Keys Reading and Math, Level 5 or higher or verification of a post-secondary degree

Instructor: Allan Nanney, CDPE, GRI, SCP, SFR
204 Van Dusen Hall
$185.00+text
CEU: 7.5
3342                Sept 13-Dec 11                     MW                 6-9pm

COMPUTER SECURITY

5 Essentials for Keeping Your Computer Safe

The five essentials covered in this course will help you set up protective measures to keep the personal data on your computer safe. Topics covered are updating software, backing up your data using cloud-based storage, virus protection, and more. The prerequisites for this class are Windows 10 operating system experience and knowledge of using the Internet

Instructor: Scott Zimmerman
106 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 2.4

3097               Sept 5-28       TTh                 9-Noon

Malware Eradication

Learn to identify malware, remove and delete it, and recover the operating system to working condition. If the system has become too damaged to repair due to malware, learn how to reinstall the operating system and programs and how to put back your files and import them into your programs. Space is limited; register early.

Instructor: Scott Zimmerman
106 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 2.4

3099               Aug 28-Sept 25                     MW                 5:30-8:30pm

HEALTH CARE OCCUPATIONS

Activity Director
Designed to provide basic training to become an Activity Director in a healthcare related setting, such as long-term care or assisted living facilities or adult care homes. Students successfully completing the entire 85 hours of training (60 hours in class and 25 practical experience hours) will receive a Certificate of Completion and can use this course as a step toward a national certification for Activity Coordinators. Background check and drug screening is required by clinical sites at an additional cost to the student.

Instructor: Kim Bazemore
207 Van Dusen Hall
$185+text+background check
CEU: 8.5
3304                Sept 12-Nov 16                     TTh                 6-9pm

EKG Technician
Learn required skills to become a certified EKG Technician and work in a variety of healthcare settings. Topics include cardiac anatomy and physiology, cardiac cycle, EKG strip analysis, 12 lead EKG, and EKG procedures.
$185.00+text
CEU: 9.6

Pinehurst Campus
Instructor: Ann Rowe
104 Van Dusen Hall
3306                Aug 21- Dec 13                     MW                 6-9:00pm

Sandhills Hoke Center
Instructor: Cathy Hester
109 Johnson Hall
3307                Aug 24-Dec 14                      TTh                 5:30-8:30pm

Nurse Aide, Level 1
This state-certified program will prepare students for work under the supervision of licensed healthcare professionals in performing hands-on patient care. The course includes preparation for the State Board examination for NC NA Registry listing.

Please contact Jenell Powell at 695-3965 for program information.

St. Joseph of the Pines
Instructor: Dorothy McFadden
E4 Pine Knoll
$205.50+course pack
CEU: 20.4
3310               Aug 16-Dec 13          WTh        8:30am-2pm    |     Lab          2-4pm      |      Clinical   7:30am-1:30pm

Sandhills Hoke Center
Instructor: Sharon Parter
129 Upchurch Hall
$205.50+course pack
CEU: 20.4

3311                Aug 14-Dec 13             MW           8:30am-2pm  |   Lab            2-4pm   |    Clinical     7:30am-1:30pm

3312                Aug 15-Dec 12             TTh           4-9:30pm        |   Lab            2-4pm   |    Clinical     3:30-9:30pm

Nurse Aide, Level 1 Refresher
This forty-hour program is designed for individuals whose listing has expired on the NC Nurse Aide I Registry. Eligible individuals must have completed a State-Approved Nurse Aide I program and have a certificate or transcript supporting completion. This program is also designed for individuals with a state-recognized or military health care credential.

Please contact Jenell Powell at 695-3965 for enrollment approval.

Instructor: Jenell Powell
107 Van Dusen Hall
Pinehurst Campus
$130.00
CEU: 4.0

3313                Nov 3, 6, 8, 9 & 10       FMWTh        8am-4:30pm

Medication Administration Aide
The course is designed to meet training requirements for the NC Board of Nursing Medication Aide Certification. The training prepares Nurse Aides to administer medications to skilled nursing facility residents. Course topics include scope of duties, legal and ethical responsibilities, administration of medications by various routes, infection control and documentation including commonly used abbreviations.

Please contact Jenell Powell at 695-3965 for enrollment approval 

Sandhills Hoke Center
Instructor: Sharon Parter
106 Upchurch Hall
$75.00+text
CEU: 2.4
3315                Sept 18, 20, 25 & 27      MW                2:30 – 9pm

Pharmacy Technician
Designed to prepare students for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam and for entry-level employment. Topics include technical procedures for preparing and dispensing prescriptions, packaging and labeling, controlled substance procedures, inventory control, pharmacy calculations, and over-the-counter drugs. Upon completion, students will be able to perform basic supervised dispensing techniques in a community pharmacy setting.
Instructor: Kim Kremer, Pharm-D, B.S. Chemistry
211 Van Dusen Hall
$185.00+texts
CEU: 11.20
3317         Aug 24-Dec 14          TTh         6-9:30pm

Phlebotomy Technician & Clinical Rotation
Learn the skills necessary to draw blood specimens in various healthcare settings and blood donation centers. Topics include venipuncture, specimen handling, record-keeping, and the healthcare profession. A Work Keys Reading for Information test, drug screening, background check, and current immunizations are required for registration.
Please email degrel@sandhills.edu for a complete list of program requirements.
$205.50+text
CEU: 22.00

Pinehurst Campus
Instructor: Lavita Crichlow
104 Van Dusen Hall
3321               Aug 17-Dec 14       TTh       6-9pm        |  Clinical MTWThF      8am-4:30pm    |     3SA   9am-3pm

Sandhills Hoke Center
Instructor: Rachel Hall, CPT
109 Johnson Hall
3322               Aug 21 – Dec 13   MW       6-9pm        |  Clinical MTWThF      8am-4:30pm    |     4SA  9am-3pm

EMAIL

Gmail and Google

More with Google will include how to get more out of Google searches, Gmail, Google Drive, Google Calendar, G+, Hangouts, Maps, and more. The prerequisite for this class is a good working knowledge of using the Internet.

Instructor: Phil Laton
105 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 2.4

3100               Aug 22-Oct 17                       T                      9-Noon                                   No class Sept 5

HOSPITALITY & FOOD SERVICE

Bartending
Learn the basics of bartending as a profession or for home use in only four Saturdays. Topics include popular mixed drinks, wine, utensils, glassware, fruit cutting, bar procedures, and ABC laws.

Instructor: Tyrone Thomas
Clement Dining Room Dempsey Center
$75.00
CEU: 2.4
3352                October 7-28 Sa                    9am-3pm

ServSafe® Food Safety and Sanitation
Learn the basics of food handling safety and facility sanitation requirements. This course is recommended for all food service facilities, including supervisory personnel, culinary professionals, and food service staff.

Instructor: Karen Cusano
201 Van Dusen Hall
$75.00+text
CEU: 1.4
3355                Oct 16, 17, 23 & 24              MT                  5:30-9pm

START®
Skills, Tasks, and Results Training (START) program, developed by the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI), is a 24-week program that gives students the real-world knowledge and skills needed for a entry-level employment in the hospitality industry. START provides an overview of the hospitality field while integrating core skills such as reading, writing, technology, and math. Upon successful completion, students earn an industry-recognized certificate.

Instructor: Ashley Baker
123 Logan Hall
$185.00+text and materials
CEU: 18.0
3358                Sept 12- Feb 15                    TWTh             9am-Noon

HUMAN SERVICES

Income Maintenance Caseworker
This course goes deeper into the information and strategies necessary to develop a clear understanding of the knowledge required to be successful within an entry-level position in the field of human services.

Prerequisite: Intro. to Human Services.
Instructor: Alfreda Alston
110 & 108 Logan Hall
$130.00
CEU: 4.8
3353               July 18-Sept 14                     TTh                 2-5pm
3354               Sept 5-Oct 26                        TTh                 6-9pm

ONLINE TECHNOLOGY CLASSES

Offered Online at www.ed2go.com/sandhills
Classes start every 6 weeks: August 16, September 13, October 18, November 8 and December 13

Basic, Intermediate & Advanced CompTIA A+ Certification Prep
Microsoft Excel, Word, Power Point & Access
Computer Skills for the Workplace
Keyboarding
Blogging and Podcasting
Google Analytics
Achieving Top Search Engine Positions
Python 3 Programming
Game Development
Visual Basic
SQL Database programming
Creating Web Pages
WordPress Websites
Photoshop
Networking
Understanding the Cloud
PC Security
Comp TIA Security & Certification Prep

PHOTOGRAPHY

Getting to Know Your Digital Camera in a Day 

Is your digital camera stuck on auto? Having a hard time embracing the user manual? If so, this easy-going, hands-on workshop is for you! Enjoy a day at SCC as you learn how to use your digital camera and transform a dull snapshot into an artistic image. Lectures and lively discussions will be followed by fieldwork and friendly photo critiques.

Instructor: Laura Gingerich
102 Van Dusen Hall
$75.00
CEU: .65

3104                Sept 8             F                      9am-4pm

Understanding the Exposure Triangle 

Take your photography to the next level by understanding Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO. Students will learn how to shoot on manual mode in this easy-going, hands-on workshop. In addition, students will also learn the basics of composition and how to produce images with the “WOW!” factor.

Instructor: Laura Gingerich
115 Van Dusen Hall
$75.00
CEU: .65

3105                Sept 15           F                      9am-4pm

Photo Editing Using Photoshop Elements 14 Level 1

Using the gold standard of home photo editing, students will learn what new in Elements 14, including how to create catalogs and albums, how to import and organize photos, do basic editing in the Organizer, as well as how to use the Editor’s Quick and Guided modes. Learning the basics of layers, layer mask, blends, effects, and text will open up a whole new world of image editing. Images will be provided. A flash drive 8GB or larger is required.

The prerequisite for this class is a good working knowledge of computers, using a mouse or pen tablet, and file management.

Instructor: Darrell Kirchman
105 Van Dusen Hall
$75.00
CEU: 2.4

3106               Aug 21-Oct 2 MW                 1-3pm

Photo Editing Using Photoshop Elements 14 Level 2

Bring out the artist in yourself as you learn about editing in Raw format, using the Expert mode in Editor, including using blends and layers, as well as creating a type mask and montages that blend two or more images into one. Learn to frame photos, create twirl effects, push a photo though text, add texture, and make a photo look like a painting. A flash drive 8GB or larger is required.

The prerequisites for this class are Elements 14 Level 1, or prior experience, and a good working knowledge of computers, using a mouse or pen tablet, file management, and a creative mind.

Instructor: Darrell Kirchman
105 Van Dusen Hall
$75.00
CEU: 2.4

3107               Oct 4-Nov 13 MW                 1-3pm

Computer Upgrade and Repair

This course covers concepts of repair service, and upgrade of computers and peripherals in preparation for industry certification. Topics may include resolving resource conflicts and system bus specifications, configuration and troubleshooting peripherals, operating system configuration, and other related topics. Upon completion, students should be able to identify and resolve system conflicts and optimize system performance.

Instructor: Paul Steel
225 Little Hall
$185.00
CEU: 8.0

3108                Aug 14-Dec 12                      W                    6-10:40pm

SOCIAL MEDIA

Social Media Basics 

Join this hands-on course that will put you in the driver’s seat of your social media campaign. Learn the importance of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and more. It’s time to understand the potential for growing your business, expanding your customer base, and making more money through social media marketing. Feel free to bring your laptop or iPad to class. This course is open to anyone, a small business owner, employee, or anyone having an interest in expanding their social media knowledge. The prerequisite for this class is a good working knowledge of using the Internet.

Instructor: Phil Laton
105 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 2.4

3101               Oct 24-Dec 12                       T                      9-Noon

TEAM BUILDING

Sandhills High Adventure Ropes Course
The activities involved in the Sandhills High Adventure will guide participants through physical and mental challenges, which promote creative, productive, and motivated teams. This course will challenge participants to succeed in Team building, Self-motivation, Problem Solving, Decision-making, and Effective communication. For more information contact Lori Degre at 910-695-3939 or degrel@sandhills.edu.

WEB DESIGN

Creating a FREE Website

Learn to set up a free basic website for business or personal use. Students will choose from interesting templates and will combine personal creativity along with pictures, links and content information for a finished, operational basic website. Students will also learn how to keep their website up-to-date. Prerequisites: Windows operating system experience and knowledge of using the Internet. Students must bring a flash drive to class with pre-loaded pictures for their website. A working email account is needed.

Instructor: Scott Zimmerman
106 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 2.4

3102                Oct 3-26         TTh                 9-Noon
3103                Nov 1-29         MW                 5:30-8:30pm                           No class November 22

WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEM

Windows 10 Level 1

This course covers how to navigate and use the new Windows 10 operating system. Topics include using Windows applications, computer terminology, how to use the Start Menu, and how to create, save, format, locate and print files. Students should have upgraded to Windows 10 or have a new computer with this operating system. A flash drive 8GB or larger is required.

Instructor: Pete McLendon
105 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 2.4

3087                Oct 3-Nov 9   TTh                 6:30-8:30pm

Windows 10 Level 1

This course covers how to navigate and use the new Windows 10 operating system. Topics include using Windows applications, computer terminology, how to use the Start Menu, and how to create, save, format, locate and print files. Students should have upgraded to Windows 10 or have a new computer with this operating system. A flash drive 8GB or larger is required.

Instructor: Phil Laton
105 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 2.4

3088                Aug 17-Oct 2                        MTh                9-11am                                   No class Aug 31

Windows 10 Level 2

After a quick review of Level 1, topics include using the Action Center and the all Settings screen, how to customize your Desktop and set up and use virtual desktops, creating folders for basic file management, and how to use File Explorer. A brief introduction to email and the Windows Store will be covered, as well as how to update Windows 10 and keep it safe. The prerequisite for this class is Windows 10 Level 1 or prior experience. A flash drive 8GB or larger is required.

Instructor: Phil Laton
105 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 2.4

3085                July 14-Sept 8                      F                      9-Noon                                    No class Sept 1
3089                Oct 5-Nov 13 MTh                9-11am

Windows 10 Level 3

This Level 3 class will quickly review the basics and continue with a deeper look into Windows 10. The Ribbon will be explored along with other applications. This class is designed to promote better productivity skills. The prerequisite for this class is Windows 10 Level 2 or prior experience. A flash drive 8GB or larger is required.

Instructor: Phil Laton
105 Van Dusen Hall
$75
CEU: 1.6

3086                Sept 15-Nov 3                       F                      9-Noon
3090                Nov 16-Dec 14                      MTh                9-11am