The Adult Education and Transition Programs division of Kishwaukee College and the Illinois workNet Center in DeKalb are partnering to offer Basic Computer Skills and Math for Employment classes this fall designed to enhance employability for community residents. The classes are offered free to participants and have an open enrollment so participants may join a class at any time. Both classes meet at the Illinois workNet Center, 1701 E. Lincoln Highway in DeKalb.
Basic Computer classes cover beginning computer use skills and include easy step by step hands-on instruction. The Basic Computer Skills class will meet on Mondays beginning in September and again in October.
Math for Employment meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00p.m. – 4:30p.m. This class will assist participants in preparing for job application tests, math skill improvement to enhance employability, or placement testing for an educational or training program. The class covers basic math skills including fractions, decimals, percents, basic geometry, and other topics that involve practical problem-solving.
For more information on the Basic Computer Skills and Math for Employment classes, contact Elaine Cozort at 815-756-4893, ext. 226 or via email.
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