Have you considered working in an office environment? This Office Clerk training program focuses on various office procedures in preparation for entry-level office positions. (Previous computer experience such as searching the World Wide Web or using a word processing program would be beneficial. If you require more computer experience, please consider registering for our Basic Computer or Microsoft Word programs.) Course topics include:
- Essential Skills
- Computers and Technology
- Communication Skills
- Document Use
- Filing and Document Management
- Links to Other Free Community Resources
The training is suitable for a variety of learners including those who have been out of school for any length of time and people changing careers. Strengthen your Essential Skills of reading, writing, document use and oral communication.
Courses are offered at various times of the year, depending on labour conditions and learner needs. Call 613-932-7161, for more information.
A Few Words from Our Learners
“Tri-County Literacy Council is a good place to come and upgrade your skills, feel out if you want to change careers or get back to work. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable – a wonderful learning environment. Our teacher was amazing.”
“Tri-County Literacy Council is full of friendly faces willing to assist you in the steps to succeed. Dignity and education fall hand-in-hand with respect.”
“This course is great. The instructor assisted with learning and upgrading, to work towards getting a certificate. A great environment with great people. I am a Born Again Christian. I have lived in shelters and now have my own place. This training has helped me feel more confident. I have learned to type better and work at a pace I can learn at. God Bless all those who brought such nice people in this class and a great instructor/teacher.”
“If you are wanting to learn new skills or upgrade your clerical knowledge, this is the place to come. Starting a second career because of injury, job cutbacks or layoffs? Stop by Tri-County Literacy Council. I was injured at my work in Health Care, after 25 years. I was not ready to retire at age 60. I decided to retrain for a second career in clerical. I can still work with the knowledge that I previously attained and incorporate it into this new career.”