Interested in taking Computer Courses at the College before the Summer?
Northwest Community College is offering Computer Studies courses during the daytime and in the evenings between Tuesday, April 26 and Friday, June 3. The Career and College Preparation (CCP) Department prepares students to complete their Adult Dogwood, or to complete prerequisite courses for College programs.
There are different levels to choose from, from beginner (020) to intermediate (030), as well as advanced (040) and provincial (050) levels. Courses cover word processing, internet and email, and working with Windows XP. The CPST (Computer Studies) courses also offer instruction on MS Office 2007 applications, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Excel, web page design (XHTML and stylesheets), digital photography and desktop publishing (using MS Publisher). You can develop your computer skills at your own pace on a flexible schedule. We also offer a blended learning option, where you can pursue study online as well as face-to-face.
In addition, there is a new provincial (Grade 12) level course, Introduction to Social Networking (055), that is being offered.
For more information about the course offerings, and about the delivery options, please contact Glenn Groulx at 250-624-6054 ext. 5713, or email a message to firstname.lastname@example.org