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INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS
with Kenlyn Clark
Course Description: In this course, learners will be introduced to the basic computer terminology, a computer operating system, and application software. This course should enable the learner to work independently on a personal computer with beginning skills in word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications.
Curriculum can be achieved in any of the English focused learning lab times.
Days of the week: This course is self-paced with options for in person and online support.
PLEASE CALL 626-2470 TO REGISTER
NUMBERS SKILLS FOR COLLEGE
with Elizabeth Johnson
This course will help students gain a level of mathematical knowledge to take the Accuplacer exam and place out of non-credit mathematics courses in college. The course is also designed to reinforce mathematical skills and gain new skills to progress through a college algebra class easier. Learn number skills as never before as we go through puzzles and strategic events such as code breaking and puzzle solving using the skills in this course. No longer is math just answering problems from a textbook, it now is an adventure.
We will cover the following subject areas: Basic Math Skills, Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Basic Geometry. We will also attempt to push a little beyond Algebra to give further skills. Focuses: Fractions and the reason behind how they operate, Rational Numbers and the ability to switch between forms, Irrational Square roots and Pi, Graphs and how function behave, Charts in how they are read as well as manipulated, word problem format. We will also cover when to use the calculator and when we don’t need to use the calculator.
This class is in person, as well as options for online tutoring sessions.
PLEASE CALL TO REGISTER 626-2470
The HOPE Program helps qualifying parents (https://www.maine.gov/dhhs/ofi/programs-services/hope/do-i-qualify) cover costs related to training and education. HOPE can help pay for:
- Tuition and Fees
- Prior Tuition and Fees preventing you from reenrolling in school
- Books, Supplies, Tools and Equipment
- Child Care
- Automobile Repairs, Registration, Insurance, and Inspection
- Computer or other Technology
- Dental Care (if needed to help you stay in school)And other costs related to school!
with Robert Harvey
Is it time for you to look into Medicare? This workshop will answer all of your questions. It will cover eligibility, timeline to enroll, what it covers and what it doesn't cover, additional plans that are available, and financial assistance options. Have paper and pen handy to take notes.