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Free Adult Basic Computer Course at AC Schools

Adair County Schools will be offering a free 3-week workshop on Monday & Thursday Evenings, beginning Monday, November 27, 2023, designed to help adults learn Basic Computer skills, and help get them up to speed on job-ready digital skills. Participants will meet from 6pmCT to 7:30pmCT at the Adair Co Technology Center, 302 General John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY.

All trainings are completely free, but registration is required. Each participant is expected to attend each training session to achieve course goals and fulfill objectives outlined in each training program syllabus.

The registration link and more information is available at: Technology Trainings

In addition to Computer Basics, other planned workshops include Keyboarding, Microsoft Office (Word, Power point, Excel & Access), Microsoft Windows 10/11, and using the FortiNet Phone System in a variety of settings.

This story was posted on 2023-11-07 08:11:39
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