Want to improve your reading, writing, and/or math skills? Can you enroll in daytime or evening classes? Whether you need to brush up on your basic skills or earn a HiSET® or GED® diploma to advance your career, OIC has a program to suit your needs.
The OIC Core Curriculum features:
Students are exposed to a broad spectrum of teaching styles, including:
Basic Computer Skills - If you have little to no experience using a computer, this class will teach you the following concepts: log on/off, mouse skills, keyboard keys, file movement, and how to do updates on your computer.
Internet Skills - This class will cover how to navigate websites, do effective internet searches, maintain your privacy while using the internet, and how to detect viruses and scams.
Windows 10 - This class will cover the following concepts: managing windows, operating systems, Microsoft programs, file storage and drives, start menu.
Using Email - This class will cover the following concepts: making an email account, email etiquette, reply options, attachments, managing your inbox, spam and phishing.
MS Word Office 2016 - This class will cover the following concepts: formatting text, setting up a document, inserting tables, and editing a document.
MS Excel Office 2016 - This class will cover the following concepts: entering data, formatting text, organizing a workbook, analyzing data, formulas, and inserting charts.
Google Docs - This class will cover the following concepts: sharing a document, collaborating, formatting text, inserting tables and images, setting up a document, and finalizing a document.
Tri-County OIC is a community-based, non-profit, Federal, State, local, foundation and supporter funded organization, which is part of a greater nationwide alliance of OIC’s.
Stay up to date on Tri-county OIC programs, services and events.