Free eMail 101 class being offered

Would you like to learn to use the more advanced features of email? If you tend to only reply to messages or send basic correspondence, this course is for you. In this free training program, you will learn to:

  • Maintain an address book
  • Use a calendar
  • Create tasks
  • Draft messages
  • Format messages
  • Use cc and bcc
  • Include hyperlinks in your messages
  • Create an electronic signature
  • Add attachments
  • Create folders to keep mail organized
  • Follow proper etiquette & safe practices

Class runs Monday to Thursday 1pm to 4pm for 4 weeks, starting October 24, 2022. For more information or to register for this certificate program, call Tri-County Literacy Council at 613-932-7161.

FREE 6-week Basic Computer Course

Tri-County Literacy Council, 101 2nd Street West, is pleased to offer a FREE 6-week Basic Computer course for SD&G adults 19+. In this program, participants upgrade literacy skills while learning the following digital technology: Using a Mouse & Keyboarding, Browsing the Internet, Social Media, Computer Files, and more. This training is suitable for a variety of learners including those planning to enter the workforce for the first time, people changing careers, and individuals wishing to strengthen Essential Skills. Classes will run Monday to Thursday 9am to 12pm, starting Monday, November 10, 2014. For more information or to register call 613-932-7161 today, as space is limited!

FREE 5-week Basic Computer Course

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Tri-County Literacy Council, 101 2nd Street West, is pleased to offer a FREE 5-week Basic Computer course for adults 19 and over. In this program, participants upgrade literacy skills while learning the following digital technology:

• Using a mouse and keyboarding
• Browsing the Internet
• Social Media (Facebook)
• Computer files
• and much more

The training is suitable for a variety of learners including those planning to enter the workforce for the first time, people changing careers, and individuals wishing to strengthen Essential Skills.

There are nine Essential Skills at differing levels identified by the Government of Canada as necessary for success at home, work, and play. These skills are reading, writing, numeracy, document use, thinking, oral communication, working with others, digital technology, and continuous learning.

Classes will run for five weeks, Monday to Thursday 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., starting Monday, June 30, 2014. For more information visit our website at http://www.tricountyliteracycouncil.ca or call 613-932-7161 to register today – space is limited! (ask for Nancy).