Boost your computer skills with training in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and more—and become more marketable in the workplace.
If your goal is professional development, we have beginning course to get you started and advanced courses for more difficult tasks. Whether you are looking to increase your job skills or learn a new ones, Nash Community College has a computer training courses for you! We offer basic computer and Microsoft Office courses in the classroom, as well as a wide variety of basic to advanced computer application courses online. To learn more about our online computer courses click here For certification prep courses click here
If you would prefer to take your course face-to-face, check out our Continuing Education Schedule to see what is being offered
For businesses and their employees, our expert trainers can assist with proven computer programs in a variety of formats. Specially tailored classes at your location are available
Fall 2014 Courses
31206 9/8 – 11/24 M 1 pm-4 pm B&I 1215
Learn basic computer skills beginning with the components of a computer. Other topics covered include using a mouse, operating systems overview, varying file commands, and a brief introduction to the Internet.
NEW! COMPTIA A+ Exam Prep
31207 8/18 – 12/8 M 6 pm-9 pm B&I 1215
Prepare to pass the CompTIA A+ certification. To receive the A+ certification you must pass two exams, ComTIA A+ 220-801 and 220-802. Topics will include fundamentals of computer technology, basic networking, install & configuring operating systems, configuring common features for mobile operating system such as Android & Apple iOS
INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010
31213 8/26 – 12/9 T 6 pm-9 pm B&I 1215
This course is an overview of Microsoft Office 2010. Learn how to create documents and form letters, add tables, graphs, and pictures to documents. Gain hands on experience creating spreadsheets, using formulas and functions with Excel and creating PowerPoint presentations. Prerequisite: Basic computer and Internet knowledge.
NEW! PC REPAIR
31214 8/20 – 12/10 W 6 pm-9 pm B&I 1215
This course is the starting point for a career in IT, designed for students with little or no prior experience. Learn the techniques used to repair the pc, laptop, and tablet. Topics will include assembly and repair, troubleshooting and diagnosing problems, replacing components, installing operating systems, virus and malware detection and removal.
31215 8/21 – 12/11 TH 6 pm-9 pm B&I 1215
Learn how to handle the day-to-day accounting needs of a business in this hands-on step-by-step class. Topics will include tracking customer information, creating estimates, tracking job cost and progress, tracking inventory, invoicing customers, tracking receivables, and paying bills.
If you are interested in become a part-time computer training instruction please contact:
Jonée D. Callahan
522 N. Old Carriage Road
Rocky Mount, NC 27804