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Term 1 2019

Some of this training is provided with Victorian Government funding for eligible participants through Adult, Community & Further Education (ACFE). Those seeking funded places must meet the funding criteria to be eligible.

Computer Classes

 

How to Make a Web Page

Would you like to produce a web page for your club, work place or to publicise yourself or your hobby or personal interests? You can create your own web pages or blogs in a consistent format or manage simple “Home Pages” for yourself, your work place or club! Incorporate pictures from either your own sources or from other sites. We will be making web pages and uploading them to a free hosting web site with your own account name. Learn how to use Word to produce such presentations or whatever you have in mind to suit your particular needs. As an extra, you will also learn how to make simple drawings and create simple Logos and/or animations for your web page
Time & Date Tues 7pm from 5th March
Fees 5x2 hour sessions- $108
Tutor Trevor Gibbs

Computer Drop In

Just learning the computer and still a bit unsure of what to do? Come along to the Hub and practise your computer skills with an experienced person on hand to assist you if you get stuck. Please note that this is not a computer class: we will provide help and support only.
Time & Date Thu 3pm (by appointment only)
Fees Per session - $2.50
Tutor John Kirkman

Introduction to MYOB

This MYOB introductory course is suitable for beginners or those that are currently using this software and would like to make the most of it. The course is designed to introduce you to the fundamentals of the program. You will set up a company/business file, get an understanding of the chart of accounts (some basic accounting knowledge will be taught) and gradually over the course
of 6 weeks you will be introduced to the all different command centres within MYOB. Some basic banking functions will be covered to start with and then a card file (debtors and creditors) will be set up followed by processing Sales and Purchases (producing invoices and tracking bills). Unfortunately, this course does not include inventory or payroll. You will gain experience with completing a bank reconciliation and get exposure to some basic monthly reporting, including preparing your BAS. Our new trainer Di Lewington, has 20 years’ experience both using this program in her own bookkeeping business and also teaching this in the TAFE
sector. Di will be very happy to answer any queries you may have (including payroll and inventory queries) and help you explore using MYOB as more than just an accounting program. You will gain knowledge on how you can use MYOB as a marketing tool and also how it can be used to grow your business.
Time & Date Mon 9.30am from 11th February
Fees 6x2 hour sessions- $130
Tutor Di Lewington

Introduction To Excel

Excel allows you to develop computer records that involve calculations or comparisons. Examples include household budgets or spending and other financial data, including tax. It can also be used for record keeping related to health or fitness, e.g. blood pressure or sugar levels, DVD or CD collections, sports performance, weather or tide data, etc. This short course provides an introduction to spreadsheets and data entry and manipulation using MS Excel and Windows.
Date: Tuesdays 4pm from 5th February
Fees 3x2 hour sessions- $65
Tutor Barry White

Going Further With Excel

This course enables those with basic ideas about Excel to expand their skills in linking data within and between workbooks, transferring data to Word or PowerPoint, inserting other items into Excel, using more complex formatting and improving presentation of spreadsheets and graphs.
Date Tuesdays 4pm from 12th March
Fees 2x2 hour sessions $45.00
Tutor Barry White