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Term 2 2019

Some of this training is provided with Victorian Government funding for eligible participants through Adult, Community & Further Education (ACFE). Those seeking funded places must meet the funding criteria to be eligible.

Computer Drop In

Just learning the computer and still a bit unsure of what to Just learning the computer and still a bit unsure of what to do? Come along to the Hub and practise your computer skills with an experienced person on hand to assist you if you get stuck. Please note that this is not a computer class: we will provide help and support only.
Time & Date Thursday 3pm (by appointment only)
Fees Per session - $2.50
Tutor John Kirkman

Handling Your Power Bills

Now you can learn how to control your power bills. With a specially designed spreadsheet where you can enter your power and gas usage from your own bills and checkout the better offers from the retailers. The savings may astound you as Trevor has identified savings of around $550 on the electricity component alone... you could well save more depending on your retailer. You will learn how the spreadsheet is set up and it will be followed up bye mail with updated versions and a news sheet. Imagine being able to check out your own information without being hassled by sales people with false discounts...because you can play them at their own game! You will need to bring in your own power and gas bills for the last 12 months. This is aimed at saving you money using your bills with your typical consumption.
Date: Tuesdays 6pm from 21st May
Fees 1x3 hour session - $35
Tutor Trevor Gibbs

Computers 1

If you’re new or nervous about computers, this is the course for you! Learn how to use a mouse, get a clear understanding of what is the Internet, what is the Cloud, learn how to create Word documents,Excel spreadsheets, do a dash of graphic design with PowerPoint, and learn about and use email. Most importantly, learn how to resolve your computer questions or hiccups yourself after the course is over! The course is Windows-based, not Mac.
Date: Fridays 1pm from 10th May
Fees 8 x 2.5 hour sessions (funded) - $100.00
Tutor Leanne Mumford

Computers 2

This course is for those Windows 10 users who have completed the computers 2 program and want to explore some of the more advanced features of Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Get more out of your email program and web browser, and work with devices such as scanners,printers and cameras.
Date Fridays 9.30am from 10th May
Fees 8x2.5 hour sessions (funded) - $100.00
Tutor Trevor Gibbs

Introduction To Excel

Excel allows you to develop computer records that involvecal culations or comparisons. Examples include household budgets or spending and other financial data, including tax. It can also be used for record keeping related to health or fitness, e.g. blood pressure or sugar levels, DVD or CD collections, sports performance, weather or tide data, etc. This short course provides an introduction to spreadsheets and data entry and manipulation using MS Excel and Windows.
Date Tuesdays 4pm from 11th June
Fees 3x2 hour sessions- $65
Tutor Barry White