Ridgefield Continuing Education Computer and Technology Training
Windows & Outlook
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Beginners
Windows & Outlook
Word, PowerPoint, Publisher
Excel & Access
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Apple - Mac

Cyber Security

Adobe Photoshop
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Tutoring
eBay

Internet, Social Media

Web Sites
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Class Location: Computer classes will be taught at the Continuing Education Center, located in the Venus Municipal Building.

Venus Building = Venus Municipal Building aka "Old High School", corner of East Ridge and Governor St.) - Continuing Education Office

From Route 35 (Main Street) in Ridgefield, turn onto Governor Street (There is a traffic light). Take Governor Street a short distance (you will cross East Ridge; the Police Station is on the right). Take a left into the parking lot behind the Venus Municipal Building (Near the ball field. Signs say Ridgefield Continuing Education, Kumon Math, Loosen Up Massage, Ridgefield Playhouse, and other organizations). Turn into the first parking area on the left. Park as close to the two story brick building with white trim as possible and enter at the door that faces Governor St., opposite the Police Department.
Signs to Continuing Education are posted. If you need to avoid stairs, there is a disability ramp to an elevator at the rear of this building wing.

If you are using a GPS, you may "trick it" by using the address 52 Governor Street to get to the parking area and entrance at the Governor St. entrance.

Do not enter through the front entrance (Chef's Warehouse) that faces East Ridge because you will not be able to access the part of the building we are in from that entrance.



Windows

Windows 10 Basics & Your Laptop or PC
Prerequisite: Basic computer skills. Bring your laptop (let us know if you need to use one of ours) and ease your transition to Windows 10. Learn to how to customize your Start menu and desktop, how to use the Windows 10 Edge browser, how to personalize Windows 10 though its array of settings, how to speak to Windows 10 using the Cortana voice assistant, and how to shop for apps at the Windows Store. Instructor Lance Whitney is a freelance writer for Time, AARP Magazine, PC Magazine, and other websites and publications. He’s written books on Windows 8 and LinkedIn. Previous, he was a system administrator and trainer with Ciba Specialty Chemicals. He’s taught a variety of continuing education courses at Ridgefield Continuing Education for several years.

2 hours $ 39 (Ridgefield Sr./Disab. $ 31)
Thur., 10/25 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.; Venus Building
Thur., 1/31 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.; Venus Building



Outlook


Outlook 2016 and 2013 are available.

Outlook for Windows Intro
Prerequisite: Basic word processing skills. Learn to create and edit email; use signature and formatting to customize email; attach images and files to email; create and manage folders; create and edit contact lists (address book) and calendars. Instructor Lance Whitney is a freelance writer for Time, AARP Magazine, PC Magazine, and other websites and publications. He’s written books on Windows 8 and LinkedIn. Previous, he was a system administrator and trainer with Ciba Specialty Chemicals. He’s taught a variety of continuing education courses at Ridgefield Continuing Education for several years.

2 hours $39 (Ridgefield Sr./Disab. $31)
Fri., 1/18 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.; Venus Building (old high school)


Tutorials
Want to know how to get an attachment on your specific email? Still not sure how to organize your files at home? Not sure exactly how to get that picture from the Internet into your own files or document? If these are some of your questions, you can sit down one on one with a Continuing Education instructor and get your questions answered. Please call (203) 431-2812 or email ridgefieldcontinuingeducation@gmail.com for more information and or to schedule your tutorial through Ridgefield Continuing Education.


Cyber Security

CyberSecurity: How to Protect Yourself on the Internet
Yes, the Internet can be a perilous place. As we shop, bank, search, and share online, our personal and financial information are at greater risk of being exposed. But you can take specific precautions to protect yourself. Learn how to better safeguard your identity, your personal information, your computer, and your mobile devices when going online. Instructor Lance Whitney is a freelance writer for Time, AARP Magazine, PC Magazine, and other websites and publications. He’s written books on Windows 8 and LinkedIn. Previous, he was a system administrator and trainer with Ciba Specialty Chemicals. He’s taught a variety of continuing education courses at Ridgefield Continuing Education for several years.

2 hours $ 39 (Ridgefield Sr./Disab. $ 31)
Fri., 10/12 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.; Venus Building
Thur., 12/6 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.; Venus Building