FREE Computer Training Classes: Posted on April 18, 2012

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computer-classroom-3New IT Training Portal Gives Job Seekers Free Education, Training and a Pathway to Employment (New Jersey) – Parsippany IT Career Transitional School continues to focus on learning, growth and job sustainability – Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB)

April 09, 2012 – SetFocus announced the launch of, a new site offering free access to over 100 hours of its course library in the areas of applications and database development. The courses will help individuals develop a working knowledge of key Microsoft technologies and master the core concepts and critical skills that are necessary to get and stay ahead in the IT job market.


Grant to pay for computer classes – Chillicothe Gazette (Ohio)
COLUMBUS — Free training for first-time computer and broadband Internet users is available in Ross and Pike counties as the result of a new partnership between the Ross-Pike Educational Service District and Connect Ohio.


Kentucky datebook – Lexington Herald Leader (Kentucky)
The Center for Rural Development, Your Center of Learning, will offer the following classes at The Center, 2292 South US 27 in Somerset. Information: (606) 677-6000. The Central Kentucky Computer Society offers workshops in many computer basic…


University Park Computer Classes, learn basic skills. Sponsored by On Our Own of Prince George’s County. (Maryland) 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Saturdays, Riverdale Presbyterian Church, 6513 Queens Chapel Rd., University Park. Free, registration requested. Frances Kemper, administrative assistant, 301-699-8939.


Tuscarawas County Public Library to hold computer literacy program in New – New Philadelphia Times Reporter
The free class will provide participants with basic computer skills training, including how to use a keyboard and mouse, Web browsing, Windows, and email. Connect Ohio was created with funding from a federal grant intended to boost computer literacy …


Visit Our Computer Training Directory

I am creating a computer training database and would greatly appreciate it if you would go to the following website address and add any locations online or on-site that you know of.  I am just trying to make sure that if anyone is looking for free or low-cost training, they can obtain it.

The link is:

Please feel free to contact me, should you have any questions.  Thanks for your help.


Johnny Rogers


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