A range of new courses available at Angus College’s Brechin Learning Centre is aiming to offer something for everyone when it comes to beginners computing.
There are still places available on three of the new classes which run for 18 weeks starting in late September.
For those who wish to know more about the internet but are unsure where to start, there is PC Passport- Beginners Internet and Online Communications. This course guides students through how to choose an internet browser, completing online forms, searching the internet, email communication and online communities.
If you are new to computers or are looking to get the most out of your PC, the PC Passport- Beginners IT Systems course is a great place to start. This class covers a basic introduction to the features of a modern computing system and the functions of the Windows 7 operating system.
Finally for the creative types, the centre is offering a new class in Digital Photography. This course covers the functions and settings of all types of digital cameras as well as how to edit images using industry standard image editing software.
All the classes are ILA funded, so if you earn less than £22,000 a year you could qualify to have the cost of your course paid for you. To book your place please contact Karen Cargill on 01241 4327 24 or to find out more information, drop into the Brechin Learning Centre at Brechin High School.