Robeson Community College

Computer Classes

KEYBOARDING 101

This course provides employability skills training for unemployed and underemployed adults.  It is designed to help students develop speed and accuracy by learning the touch operation of alphanumeric/keyboard characters.  Emphasis is placed on the following: mastery of the keyboard with desirable equipment.  Keyboarding is the foundation for developing entry-level skills for business careers.  Other areas of focus for this class will be typing speed and accuracy.  Most employers prefer individuals to type at least 35 words per minute.  This class will help you meet this requirement.  Fee Waiver available for individuals meeting eligibility criteria.  For information, call (910) 272-3604 or (910) 272-3671.

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SKILLS FOR THE WORKPLACE
This course will focus on the basic operation of a computer from how to turn it on to how to create professional documents.  Students will learn the different parts of a computer and the purpose of each part.  Students completing this course will be able to create an email account, create and send emails, create files, and navigate the internet,     Fee Waiver available for individuals meeting eligibility criteria.  For information, call (910) 272-3604 or (910) 272-3671.

COMPUTER SKILLS FOR JOB SEEKERS

This course is an extension of the introductory course to computer and individuals will be introduced to Microsoft Office Suite.  Students will create a cover letter and resume while also learning to use the computer for job searching.  Students will learn to complete online applications and how to attach a cover letter and resume to the application.  Students will demonstrate the use of job search engines and how to save job postings.  Fee Waiver available for individuals meeting eligibility criteria. For information, call (910) 272-3604 or (910) 272-3671.

MICROSOFT DIGITAL LITERACY CERTIFICATION

Microsoft’s Digital Literacy focuses on five courses that cover computer basics, how to use the internet, privacy and security settings and digital lifestyles.  Upon review of the five courses, students will be eligible to take an assessment that results in certification.   Fee Waiver available for individuals meeting eligibility criteria. For information, call (910) 272-3604 or (910) 272-3671.

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Online Classes

For Information on Online Classes Call: (910) 272-3604 or (910) 272-3671

Do you have trouble fitting traditional classroom courses into your busy schedule?  Is travel to and from class a problem?  Continuing Education online courses are available on your Internet-connected home computer on a schedule you choose.  Courses begin every month and last six weeks. Each course consists of twelve lessons, with two lessons released each week.  You can view your lessons 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from any computer that has Internet access.  All you need is a connection to the Internet, e-mail, and for some courses the appropriate software.  Prior to starting each course, you will be required to complete an on-line orientation and register for the class in person at the Workforce Development Center.

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ACCOUNTING

QuickBooks for Contractors 2012, 2013, or 2014                            

QuickBooks 2012, 2013, or 2014

Performing Payroll in QuickBooks 2012, 2013, or 2014                 

Accounting Fundamentals I & II        

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Intro to Microsoft Word 2013 or 2013       
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 or 2013
Intro to Microsoft Excel 2010 or2013       
Intro to Microsoft Access 
Microsoft Outlook 2010  or 2013          
Intro to Microsoft Publisher 2013
Windows 7 or   Windows 8             
Microsoft Office 2013

Many of the computer courses are also available in an intermediate or advanced version.

GRANTWRITING AND NON-PROFIT MANAGEMENT

Advanced Grant Proposal Writing

Get Grants

A to Z Grant Writing

Introduction to Nonprofit Management

Becoming a Grant Writing Consultant

PC TROUBLESHOOTING, NETWORKING, & SECURITY

Advanced PC Security

Intermediate Networking

Introduction to PC Security

Introduction to PC Troubleshooting

Wireless Networking

WEB PAGE CREATION /WEB GRAPHICS

Creating Web Pages I & II

Introduction to Photoshop

Microsoft Visio

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Discover Digital Photography                           

Photoshop Elements 11, or 12 for the Digital Photographer

Classes MUST be completed within six weeks, there is no extension period.  Costs for each class is $70.00.

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Excel Class at Robeson Community College  (NEW)

Students will be able to create simple spreadsheets, including editing, formatting, and printing. It is intended for people with little or no background in spreadsheets. Simple formulas and introductory data handling are covered. This course is for students who are familiar with Windows.  For more information on class call:  (910) 272-3604 or (910) 272-3609.