Microsoft Digital Literacy Certification Review - Hybrid Course
This class is self-paced and self-directed, and will provide training of new technology that students will encounter in the workplace and provide an understanding of career opportunities available for computer - literate people. Learn computer basics, terminology, performance and features, operating systems, security and privacy, and keeping your computer up - to - date.
Learn the uses of the Internet and Cloud Services, learn to create and manage email, and learn other methods of communicating on the Internet, such as instant messaging, Web - cam video communication, and blogs. Get an introduction to the productivity programs Microsoft Office 2013 and Office Web Apps. Identify digital technology career opportunities: learn how digital technology helps people work from any location, the career opportunities available for information workers, the career opportunities available for IT professionals, and the career opportunities available for developers. Upon completion of each unit, students will be able to print Microsoft Digital Literacy certificates.
*Free for qualified individuals.
Location: ACC/Online (Hybrid)
5/16 - 8/15
Mondays 11 am - 3 pm (for face to face classes)
This series of courses provides entry-level training for individuals desiring employment in an office setting. The course begins with an overview of Windows 8 and Office 365. Learning modules include Keyboarding/Typing, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, and OneNote using Office 2013. You will learn the individual parts of the Office 2013 suite and how they can interact to improve efficiency and communications in the workplace. This course is instructor-led and is designed to prepare you to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification. A textbook* and OneDrive** account are highly recommended but not required.