Classes

The Century Village Computer Club offers many various classes in specific computer programs during the year for its members.

For those who are new to electronic devices, we have Basic Computer courses.  These are "open" classes. Information can be obtained at the Club's meetings for beginners.

Please ask Kathy Congi (Olddiva@aol.com) about any class.

Our schedules for our "free" Lectures and Classes are listed below. The Classes and Lectures are ALL "open" to our members. However, please remember to wear your ID's when you attend any Club function..

All Lectures and Classes are held in the Computer Classroom located on the second floor of the clubhouse. Please check the Bulletin Board outside the classroom for any possible cancellations.

*****UPCOMING LECTURES*****

Members are welcome to join any class or lecture.
Please remember to wear your id's.

~~~ MONDAYs ~~~
 10am-11am .......  Introduction to  Google Chromebook.. Ken
11am-1230pm   Q&A with subject of your choice.. ..Ken

~~~ TUESDAYs ~~~




~~~ WEDNESDAYs ~~~
10am - 1130am Intro to android phones and tablets -Ken
1p - 230p Basic Computer - JohnH






Basic Computer - Courses help you learn about the general basics...

Intermediate Windows - A step up from Beginners

Advanced Windows - A vast array of topics

All About the Internet - Research, comparison shop, read reviews, check Doctors, get answers to ALL your questions.  Change your passwords.  Be safe online.  Download programs.

Apple iphone, ipad and operating system - Learn how to navigate the Apple products. 

Digital Photography - Learn how to edit digital photos-various programs

MS Excel – spreadsheets, making organized lists, etc

MS Word – type letters, minutes, change fonts or colors, much more

Sharing Photos Online - How to edit and share your photos

Skype - A free service to keep real time contact with friends & family

Windows - Operating System - Learn about the operating systems



NOTE: Classes are subject to cancellation due to availability of teachers. Teachers will be in touch with their students in case a class needs to be cancelled. See the bulletin board outside the classroom for the red cancellation notice in case the class is cancelled or postponed.