Business and information technology classes help the San Diego community acquire and maintain business and digital literacy skills. A variety of courses are offered from beginning through advanced levels, empowering adult learners to use technology to meet business, personal, and professional goals. Whether you are new to computers or an experienced professional, we have no-fee classes to meet your needs.
A Certificate Program is a series of classes that teaches a specialized job skill. One of the most valuable benefits of completing a program is that when you’re finished, you are more prepared to enter the workforce. Workforce training in business and information technology includes:
Self-paced, computer labs are staffed by Continuing Education instructors to help students complete Accounting/Office Skills Certificate Program goals. There may be an occasional lecture on a specific topic, but mostly you complete exercises from tutorial books at your own pace, and the instructor will answer questions. You might be working with a word processing program, but the person next to you could be learning spreadsheets.
Instructor-Led Short-Term Classes
Short-term classes designed for busy adults, and most meet for one to three sessions. Classrooms and computers are modern, so you can learn in a comfortable setting. Instructors are experienced and educated. The latest trends in computer use and software are taught. Beginners to advanced users can benefit from a free class. Examples of classes include:
- Microsoft Office (Access/Excel/PowerPoint/Word)
- Website Design
- HTML and CSS
- App Development
- Photoshop and Digital Photography
- Business Planning and Project Management
- Computer Basics
- Internet and Social Media Basics