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Computer & Technology Courses

Continuing Education offers classes that will help you develop knowledge, and skills for everyday life.  These classes will give the skills you need to succeed. Whether you are a novice or a pro, you will find courses aimed at your skill level. 
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Excel – Basic, Intermediate, Advance

Prepare for workforce demands as you become proficient with Microsoft Excel. Whether you have used MS Excel before and just want to learn more about Excel or are completely new to the program, these classes are designed to teach you the features of MS Excel  and gives you a powerful set of skills to help you advance in your career or personal life.

Computer Basic - offered in English & Spanish

By using a personal computer, you can accomplish many tasks that might be more difficult and time-consuming to accomplish on your own. Some of those tasks might include writing a letter, analyzing numeric information, or maintaining an updated list of client information; however, before you use a personal computer, you need to understand what it is and how it works. In this course, that's what you will do. Once you're comfortable with that, you will begin using your personal computer.

Photoshop Fundamentals

This course introduces students to the fundamentals of image editing using the latest version of Photoshop. The focus is on basic tools for creating graphic images, retouching images, color correction in photographs or artwork, using layers and filters to create composites, and preparing images for output either on the web or for print. Hands-on computer usage.

Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Illustrator has become the standard application when it comes to illustration design. Artists, illustrators, and graphic designers use Illustrator to create vector-based graphics which contrary to raster-based editors such as Adobe Photoshop, can be easily rescaled without the loss of quality. E.g., Illustrator is often used to quickly transform hand-drawn sketches on a sheet of paper into lively and colorful digital images. Here is your chance to learn the basics.

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