Adult Education offers free computer classes to Illinois High School Equivalency students, English as a Second Language students and Department of Human Services participants. Classes are designed for adults with little or no previous computer experience.

Introduction to the PC
Gain basic computer knowledge and familiarity with Windows and the internet.

Career Options
Discover how to explore a career path through self-assessment, the study of growing career fields and income potential. You will also develop action plans for achieving career goals.

Computer Keyboarding

Learn and enhance typing/keyboarding skills. This class is suggested as a preparation class for Microsoft Word.

Internet Basics
Learn how to access the internet, utilize search engines, locate websites, download files and documents and exercise caution where necessary.

Word Processing
Learn to create, format and save documents. Build on your keyboarding skills to produce a variety of documents including form letters, memos, fliers, etc.

Cloud Computing
Learn how to use the internet as a way to use, store and access services such as documents, files and applications. Prerequisites: Introduction to the PC, Internet Basics

For more information, call or email:
Belleville Campus
Lee Reese
618-235-2700, ext. 5521
lee.reese@swic.edu

East St. Louis Community College Campus
Mary Kaye Graves-Tonnies
618-874-6526
mary.graves@swic.edu

Sam Wolf Granite City Campus
Valorie Toberman
618-931-0600, ext. 7396
valorie.toberman@swic.edu

 Belleville Campus    Time Day Dates
Introduction to Electronic Presentations    5-7:50 p.m.    T, Th July 11, 13, 18, 20, 25
Sam Wolf Granite City Campus 
Introduction to Word Processing   5-7:50 p.m. T, Th July 11, 13, 18, 20, 25
East St. Louis Community College Center
Introduction to the Internet   5-7:50 p.m. T, Th July 11, 13, 18, 20, 25