CVCC Computer Literacy Skills Courses Offered at Alexander Complex
Four in-person, one-day courses at the CVCC Alexander Center for Education.
TAYLORSVILLE, N.C.—Take this opportunity to level-up your computer literacy with four new, in-person courses at the CVCC Alexander Center for Education.
On October 25th, “Basic Computer Skills I” will introduce basic computer operating systems, file management, security, and privacy.
On November 1st, “Basic Computer Skills II” will further explore the use of search engines, how to conduct ethical business research, how to upload or share on cloud drives, and how to host video conferencing.
On November 8th, “Basic Outlook and Word” dives into Microsoft Outlook emails, including how to read, compose, or send an email as well as how to manage an Outlook calendar. Participants will also explore Microsoft Word and word document formatting.
On November 15th, “Basic Excel” will teach participants how to lay out a basic Excel spreadsheet, how to perform cell input or formulas, how to structure a workbook, and other worksheets or file management.
Classes run from 1:00pm-5:00pm at the CVCC Alexander Complex. Total cost is $100 per class. Each course can stand on its own; it is not required that participants attend all four courses.
To register for a Basic Computer Literacy course or to learn more information, please contact Rusty Beam, Director of Economic Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 828-327-7000 ext. 4501.
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