In this course, students will review the basics of writing concepts as well as verbal and interpersonal communications. Grammar, punctuation, different styles of writing used in the office settings including emails, formal letters and notes will all be addressed. This course may be used toward the Office Certificate Program.
In this hands-on class, you will learn the fundamentals of Word 2016 to improve your productivity in word processing and desktop publishing. Some topics for this course include, but are not limited to: format, page setup, switch between multiple documents, bullets, automatic numbering, line spacing, headers & footers, breaks, tables, columns, inserting graphics, mail merge, macros, customizing toolbars, etc. A base speed of 20 wpm and previous computer experience are necessary to be successful in this course. This course may be used toward the Office Skills Certificate Program.
Augusta Adult and Community Education is excited to announce a Construction 1010 Training Program. This program was developed in partnership with Western Maine Community Action Program, Augusta Adult Education, the Association of General Contractors of Maine, and various local employers, have developed the Construction 101 training program.
Students will learn skills through the National Home Builders Association training program, earn certifications in OSHA 10, Rigging/Signaling, FirstAid/CPR, and learn Construction Math, Blueprint Reading, Hand/Power Tools use, and more. Students will also learn WorkReady skills such as communications, problem solving, workplace ethics, and more.
This training is complete in about 12 Weeks – commencing February 2020. Interviews will be held February 3, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. and the WorkReady portion of the training will start on Monday, February 24, 2020 from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Candidates must register online and set up an appointment for CASAS and ONET assessments. You may set up your appointment by calling 626-2470. This training is offered at no cost to eligible participants/low cost to others.
Please complete the registration information and begin the application process now!
This is a continuation of the Accounting I - Part I class. We will continue with the text and working papers, covering chapters 13 through 24. Topics covered will include payroll, accounts receivable, processing, adjusting entries, trial balance preparation, financial statements, closing entries, acquiring capital, depreciation, accruals, and more. Prerequisite: Accounting I, Part I. This course may be used toward the Office Skills Certificate Program.