Computer Classes

Computer Classes

Learn new skills or improve existing skills in this hands-on program that teaches you common computer skills required by most employers – including Microsoft Word, Excel, and creating Power Point presentations.

These classes range from basic operation to advanced levels. Computer knowledge will give the students more chances for employment. Start learning in an interactive manner.

Introduction to Computers and Typing

Computer basics – Learn how to use the mouse to drag, drop, select, navigate and do windows resizing. Learn about the start menu, desktop & windows components and finding item properties. Set up an e-mail account and learn to send, receive and manage messages. We have ongoing typing lessons as well.

Internet Essentials

Learn about the internet, browsers, search engines, internet search techniques. Learn how to clear cookies, history and private data. Search for and use newspapers, maps, weather and other tools on the internet for everyday users. There are also ongoing typing lessons.

Office 2016 Advanced

If you already know MS Word, MS Excel or any other office application beyond the basics….

Individual Courses available include:

  • Microsoft word 2016
  • Microsoft Excel 2016
  • Microsoft Power Point 2016
  • Microsoft Publisher 2016
  • Microsoft Outlook 2016

Do you want to

Improve your English?

We are offering Level I and Level II $100 for 10 weeks


  • What is the duration of the program?
    35 Hours Per Week; Full Program
  • Who can participate?
    18+ years old
  • When does the next class start?
    Ongoing, please contact office.

Apply for our Computer Class

“The computer class benefited me a lot in brushing up and polishing my advanced computer skills that will help me to build up my career in Canada. The benefits that I will gain from these computer classes that are firstly computer have a profound effect on all aspects of language learning and teaching and can be used in developing our writing skills in word docs, in accounting in excel and while presenting business by presentation by PowerPoint.”

Nancy Cardoza