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Term 2 2022

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.



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.

Taking Expressions of interest for Term 3 2022


Excel allows you to develop computer records that involve calculations 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.

Start Date: Tuesday 3rd May
Fee: $65
Sessions: 3 x 2 hours
Times: 4pm - 6pm
Tutor: Barry White
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So, you have your own Apple Mac laptop and would like to learn how to make the most of it! This course will enable you to find your way around the Mac, personalize the settings, organize your files and enhance your use of its calendar, address book, the web and email. It will also show you what other wonderful Mac programs are waiting for you to discover. Bring along your own laptop or even desktop – as long as it’s a Mac.

Start Date: Wednesday 27th April
Fee: $80
Sessions: 3 x 2 hours
Times: 10am to 12noon
Tutor: Paul Jones
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