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Computer Skills for Today’s Workplace


Computer skills are essential in today’s workplace. At times, people find themselves lacking the computer skills necessary to gain employment.

The Computer Skills for Today’s Workplace course was designed for individuals who have never used computers before and now find themselves needing an accelerated course to quickly gain the skills they need to successfully gain employment.

This six-week course is based upon the Logical Operations curriculum of Introduction to Computers, Introduction to Microsoft Word™, Introduction to Microsoft Excel™, and Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint™.

Prerequisites include:

  • None

Course registration:

To register for the Pre-Apprentice Electrical Lineworker course, please visit –

Wallace Community College’s Center for Economic and Workforce Development
5565 Montgomery Highway
Dothan, AL 36303-1552

(Located at the corner of John D. Odom Rd. and US 231 – next door to Alabama State Trooper office)

Or call (334) 556-2203

This course is approved for WIA funding.

Download the Computer Skills for Today's Workplace brochure