MS Word 2010 Level 1: $60, + text
Feb 7-16: Tue/Thu 6:00–8:30 pm
Learn to create and edit documents and format text and paragraphs in this thorough introduction to MS Word. You must be able to navigate your desktop and have basic computer skills to take this class.
MS Excel 2010 Level 1: $60, + text
Feb 28-Mar 9: Tue/Thu 6:00-8:30 pm
Students learn how to format a worksheet, work with formulas and functions and create charts in this beginner class. You must have strong computer skills to take this class.
MS Excel 2010 Level 2: $60
Mar 28-Apr 6: Tue/Thu 6:00–8:30 pm
Building on the intro class, students learn how to analyze data using formulas, manage workbook data and use and analyze table data. Uses same text.
MS Excel 2010 Level 3: $60
Apr 18-27: Tue/Thu 6:00–8:30 pm
Experienced students who have already mastered formulas and functions will explore data analytic tools and advanced features of Excel that will help them query and analyze large sets of data through V-lookup, Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts. Students in this fast-paced class will also learn the basics of writing macros to automate processes. Same text.
Intro to Photoshop CS6: $60, + text
Apr 3-24: Mon 6:00–8:00 pm
Pick up Photoshop basics in this hands-on class. You'll become acquainted with the tools, learn how to make basic photo corrections, work with layers and make quick fixes. The textbook also includes advanced techniques so you can continue to build skills.
Finance 101: $50
May 2-4: Tue/Thu 6:00-8:00 pm
Small business owners and non-accounting managers gain a broad
understanding of the components of financial statements, taxes and
reports. This knowledge provides the necessary foundation for Using
Financial Reports and Tools for Business Decisions. Topics covered
• Establishing assets, liabilities, equity, revenue and expenses
• Understanding the basic “T” accounting system
• Sorting business transactions into the appropriate debits and
• Understanding the basics of the accounting cycle
• Identifying fixed versus variable costs
• Basic differences between figuring expenses and revenues on
a cash versus accrual basis
• Understanding and applying basic tax laws to your business