Have you ever sat down in front of a computer with a goal in mind, but left feeling frustrated because you weren’t able to accomplish the task you set out to complete due to your lack of computer skills?
Don’t despair! Participants to this workshop will be provided a special opportunity by SERA, Inc.’s State- of-the-Art Technology Team to join a group of community residents who desire to sharpen and enhance their computer skills.
With improved basic computer skills you will be better able to navigate the “Internet Super Highway”, apply for jobs online, find your way around the wonderful world of email, communicate with family and friends, use Microsoft Word and other Microsoft Office Suite programs, create a Facebook page, create a PowerPoint with sound and pictures, and many other tools and tips needed to be considered computer literate.
The session will be held in a safe and comfortable environment where every question participants may ask is considered a “knowledge is power” opportunity, and where fun is at the core of this experiential learning journey!
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
How to manage and use email, including email “group” function
Basic “Microsoft Word” usage including how to create files, tables, charts and graphs
Basic use of Excel
How to use a thumb or portable drive
How to manage pictures (i.e. name and sort in the windows photo gallery)
How to save battery power
How to change screensavers and backgrounds
How to create a basic PowerPoint and incorporate sound and video
How to create a basic Facebook Page
Texting for Seniors (teach yourself and others)
Smart Phones (IPhones & Androids)
This workshop is valued at $300.00 per person, however SERA Inc. with the support of the RBTC is prepared to scholarship all but $20.00 for this session. Seniors free!
With Great Expectations,
Rita Anita Linger, President/CEO – SERA, Inc.
A LIGHT MEAL WILL BE SERVED
Where: Raleigh Business & Technology Center (RBTC)
900 South Wilmington Street
Date: March 20, 2013
Time: 5:30pm - 8:30pm
REGISTER NOW SPACE IS LIMITED with:
David Brown, Community Engagement Manager:
919-747-8421 or at firstname.lastname@example.org