Basic Computer Skills

 CCOM 9150

Basic Computing is for people who have questions about technology. Technology is a constant presence in today’s society. Computer jargon can be very confusing. Where do your photos disappear to when you download them?  Smart phones, tablets and Email, Facebook and Texting are now used to communicate with employers, family and friends every day. Twitter is used by everyday people, celebrities and even the President of the United States!

How do you get started? How do you keep your information secure? This course will introduce you to basic computing terminology for helping you make informed technology decisions when considering a purchase. You will also learn how to navigate common pitfalls to help ensure you have a positive computing experience. We’ll work to answer your questions about basic computing!

Materials: TBA

Instructor: Conrad Brock
(WINTER) Thursdays, January 18 - February 22, 2018 (6 weeks)
6:00 - 9:00 pm
Saint John Social Enterprise Hub, 139 Prince Edward St, Room # TBA
Course fee:
$175 (+HST)

About the Instructor:

Instructor Conrad BrockConrad Brock has been using computer practically since birth. As a young boy, he used early spreadsheets to track hockey player statistics for his friends. Conrad has over 18 years’ experience working in finance as a Charter Professional Accountant including 2 years teaching post-secondary education and is eager to help others improve their effectiveness using technology.

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