Computer technology skills are in great demand by employers today, and any person who can demonstrate computer literacy is more likely to find work before those without computer skills. Jamestown Community College offers a wide variety of computer classes in both the face-to-face classroom and web-based formats.
Our computer training is design to help students improve their knowledge of computer technology, whether for career advancement or personal improvement. Wherever you are on the timeline of life, JCC’s continuing education computer courses make your ramble a bit easier and little more fun.
Intro to Computers
#6410: Apr. 13 (M), 5-8 p.m., NCTC 122, $9
This hands-on course is designed for those with little or no computer experience. Learn basic computer tasks such as working with Windows, navigating the web, using e-mail, setting up a PC, and basic word processing.
Intro to the Internet
#6414: Apr. 20 (M), 5-8 p.m., NCTC 122, $9
Are you new to the internet? This course will guide you through the basics and give you the tools to navigate the web. Learn how to browse and search the web, set up an e-mail account, buy products online, and understand social media.
Microsoft Excel 213: Part II
#6316: Apr. 18-May 2 (S), 9 a.m.-noon, NCTC 122, $127
Advance your Microsoft Excel skills even more! You will learn: managing multipage worksheets; freezing headings and splitting worksheet windows; adding graphics to worksheets; creating, saving and using templates; locking and unlocking cells; applying worksheet protection by setting a password; and attaching a digital signature. Also covered will be creating and managing multiple-sheet workbooks; copying formatting between worksheets; using linked formulas; creating hyperlinks to areas within the workbook and to other documents; creating and modifying tables that can be sorted and filtered; and hiding detail data using the outline and grouping commands. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Windows & MS Excel Part I. Price includes textbook. Please register 1 week prior to class start date to ensure book arrival.
#6453: May 4-20 (M/W), 6-8 p.m., NCTC 122, $259
Develop an understanding of the QuickBooks accounting software and the many different ways it can help your small business. This hands-on course will offer you background on accounting principles and financial statements so that you can make sure you are capturing the right data in QuickBooks. Topics include: income statements, balance sheets, tracking sales, expenses, preparing bank reconciliations, and managing accounts payable and accounts receivable. Price includes textbook. Please register 1 week prior to class start date to ensure book arrival.
Website Design with Wordpress
#6415: Apr. 14 & 16 (T/R), 9-11 a.m., NCTC 122, $49
Create your own website in just four hours. Use WordPress software to build a customizable website for personal or business use. Bloggers, small business owners, and all types of companies use WordPress to manage and operate their website. WordPress makes it easy to customize and edit content quickly and easily without learning code.
Learn to Create Online Surveys
#6447: Apr. 20 (M), 1-3 p.m., NCTC 122, $29
Are you looking to get valuable insight from your customers? Try sending them online for a survey! In this class you will learn how to setup an online form, track the responses, and learn what the results mean to your business.
DIY Graphic Design
#6421: Apr. 21-30 (T/R), 2-4 p.m., NCTC 122, $89
Have you been asked to create a flier for your business or put together an ad for the local paper? Use desktop publishing software Microsoft Publisher, from the Microsoft Office Suite, to learn the basics of graphic design. This hands-on class will give you an understanding of tried and true methods for creating work that will stand out from the crowd.