Information Technology/ Financial Planning

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    Accounting and Computers (Beginners)

    $300.00
    Wednesdays (10 sessions)
    6:30 pm-8:30 pm Neptune Annex
    January 19, 2022-March 23, 2022
    This course covers basic bookkeeping and accounting principles and techniques on QuickBooks software. Learn the language and problems of business and the bookkeeping cycle in its simplest form. Study different types of journals, accounts, and bookkeeping records. Understand business practices by studying transactions and their effects on operations. Class limited to 10 students. ...read more
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    Accounting and Computers (Intermediate)

    $300.00
    Thursdays (10 sessions)
    6:30 pm-8:30 pm Neptune Annex
    January 20, 2022-March 24, 2022
    This course covers basic bookkeeping and accounting principles, general ledger, financial statements preparation and understanding of payroll preparation using QuickBooks software to understand the impact of different types of transactions and how they affect business operations. Class limited to 10 students. ...read more
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    Apple MacOS: Mastering the Mac

    $170.00
    Mondays and Wednesdays (5 sessions)
    7:00pm-8:30pm CHS
    February 14, 2022-March 2, 2022
    Learn how to integrate your Mac into your work or life flow by master Apple’s MacOS. Topics covered include changing system and Finder preferences; customizing Mac applications, finding, downloading, installing and customizing non-Apple applications, using iCloud and other internet services, and more. Topics will be determined in part by the desires of students. Prerequisite: Must feel comfortable using some version of MacOS. Prerequisite: Complete the Intro to NEW Macs and macOS course, or basic knowledge of Mac usage. Access to a Macintosh at home or work is highly recommended. If you have a Mac laptop, bring it to class. ...read more
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    Basic Computer Literacy (Introduction)

    $200.00
    Mondays (6 sessions)
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm Neptune Annex
    January 24, 2022-March 7, 2022

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    Thursdays (6 sessions)
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm Career Center
    January 27, 2022-March 3, 2022
    This course is for the individual who has little or no computer experience. The main goal of this class is for the student to get comfortable with using computers. It will provide introduction on the basic functions as well as selected Microsoft Applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Students must bring their own USB drive. ...read more
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    Computer Literacy (Advanced)

    $200.00
    Mondays (6 sessions)
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm Neptune Annex
    March 14, 2022-April 25, 2022

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    Thursdays (6 sessions)
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm Career Center
    March 10, 2022-April 14, 2022
    Students will learn advanced applications associated with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. In Microsoft Word, students will learn how to create flyers, address labels, business cards, newsletters, and brochures. Students will learn how to type professional business letters, and add graphics to documents from Internet websites. They will also learn how to create professional PowerPoint Presentations from documents created in Word and Excel by insertion of selected text. Students will learn how to create advanced spreadsheets and insert them into Word documents. Students must bring their own USB drive. ...read more
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    How to better protect your online privacy

    $150.00
    Tuesdays and Thursdays (4 sessions)
    7:00pm-8:30pm CHS
    February 15, 2022-February 24,2022
    If you’re not concerned about your online privacy and security, then you should be. While there is no way to completely secure your privacy when going on-line [except for not going on-line], this course is designed to show you how to protect yourself better when you do go on-line. Learn how to modify your computer operating system and applications to prevent revealing information about you, including securing your web browser, protecting direct communications, encrypting your stored data, and the cost and benefits of doing so. Topics will include using a password manager, virtual private network service, storage encryption, dangers of social media, and more. Prerequisites:</stro ...read more
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    Intro to Linux PC Operating Systems

    $170.00
    Tuesdays and Thursdays (5 sessions) 7:00pm-8:30pm CHS January 25, 2022-February 8, 2022
    Sick of Windows? Got a PC you can’t upgrade to Windows 11? Learn the basics of installing and using a Linux-based PC operating system, which is free and open source software available for download from the Internet. Students will learn what Linux is, how to get a Linux OS and install it on a PC beside or instead of Windows, and how to use programs that come with it. This IS NOT a professional-level Linux course and won’t qualify you to be a Linux system administrator. Prerequisites: Must be competent using at least one computer operating system and feel comfortable working with a web browser. Bringing your laptop computer to class is required. ...read more
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    Intro to the NEW Macs and macOS

    $190.00
    Mondays and Wednesdays (6 Sessions) 7:00pm-8:30pm Communications High School (CHS) January 24, 2022-February 9, 2022
    Apple’s new Mac computers are much faster, more powerful, and use less energy than Macs made only a year ago, thanks to the new Silicon processors that replace Intel processors. Macs are more like using an iPhone or iPad than ever before. Learn about how to use a Silicon Mac computer and the macOS operating system: how to start it up securely using a fingerprint or an Apple Watch; how to set a new Mac up securely; how to use its new features, like using iPhone or iPad apps on a Mac, how to manage data quickly and efficiently, how to connect to the internet and use iCloud services, surf the World Wide Web and how to send and receive email, how to use other Apple products and peripherals wit ...read more
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    Microcomputer Keyboarding

    $200.00
    Tuesdays (6 sessions)
    6:00pm-8:00pm Neptune Annex
    March 15, 2022-April 26, 2022
    This course will teach students the touch keyboarding method of alphabetic and numeric/symbol skills necessary to input data. Recommended for students interested in developing basic keyboarding skills. ...read more
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    Microsoft Excel: Advanced

    $180.00
    Mondays (5 sessions)
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm Career Center
    March 14, 2022-April 25, 2022
    Microsoft Excel training for business professionals shows you advanced Excel skills that apply to creating smart adaptive Excel business tools. Our advanced Excel training focuses on: Creating Excel analysis and data processing tools using advanced formulas, array formulas, logic, ActiveX controls, conditional formatting, data validation, pivot tables, pivot charts, Excel tables and relationships. Advanced aspects of these elements and how to assemble them in sophisticated ways including modeling and creating interactive dashboards will be covered. Creation of advanced logic will be reviewed, which allows these tools to operate autonomously and adapt to changing data. We will also provide an ...read more
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