For the experienced Excel user, this live, instructor-led Windows 10 Desktop course features official course material approved by Intuit & Microsoft. Prerequisite: Excel Basics/Intermediate course or instructor's permission. Topics covered in this course include working with multiple worksheets, web sharing, pivot tables, advanced formatting, charting, documenting, auditing, and dealing with spreadsheet challenges. This course provides the MOS certification pathway (no expiration) for interested students, and students may elect to take the official exam here at our Certiport testing facility, when ready. Call the Adult Ed office for separate purchase details of the required eBook/eLab which accompanies this course (same materials from Excel Basics & Intermediate course.)
This introductory class provides a general overview of Geographical Information Systems (GIS). GIS, a problem solving tool that uses spatial analysis, is rooted in the science of geography and provides visualization of data in a spatial environment (maps). This system of data analysis is often the key to solving problems and making decisions for organizations around the world. GIS is used in almost every field, from transportation, health, and public safety to natural resources. Join this introductory class to learn what GIS is, how organizations are using it to solve problems, and learn about career opportunities in GIS.
This 21 hour course introduces students to CNC (Computer Numerical Control) manufacturing. Machine functions, tooling set-up, reading machine language, part set-up and machine manipulation will be covered. Basic CNC mill operations and manual programming techniques will be used. Learn the fundamentals of using a vertical CNC milling machine and how to generate a program using basic G and M codes. Upon course completion, students are eligible for employment through several area businesses. Prerequisite: completion in the Machining Part 1 course, employment in the industry, or enrollment in Tooling university courses. Complete these forms to apply: welding forms 3part
In this live course, we'll start with the basics of photography, covering the settings that all cameras share, to the basics of light and composition. It doesn’t matter what kind of camera you have—from a smartphone to a DSLR—the basics of photography remain unchanged. If your camera is a phone, we’ll talk about some different camera apps that can give you the same controls that regular cameras have. The goal is to create great images. Understanding how your camera functions will help you make more compelling images that you can be proud of. The final class will be an editing workshop. Bring your camera of choice to class!
This two-night class will be an exploration of how to utilize eBay, the on-line auction, as a buyer or seller. We will walk you through how to create an account, the eBay fee structure, and the anatomy of a sale. Describing and photographing items, tips, tricks, and pitfalls will be discussed. A short discussion about tax liability and eBay No-No’s will be included. Laptop computers will be available for your use. This course is for the eBay novice or dabbler, so bring your questions to class for discussion.