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We offer technology training at Main Library and some of our branches, including classes on Introduction to Computers, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Basic Google Tools, Starting a Small Business and Grant-Seeking Basics.
All of our locations offer help using resources and provide referrals for Adult Basic Literacy, ESOL and High School Equivalency (GED). Contact us for more information.
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Technology & Business Classes
To be resumed at a later date. Introduction to Computers, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Basic Google Tools, Starting a Small Business and Grant-Seeking Basics.
Offers CompTIA A+ Certification Prep Class and Google IT Support Professional Certificate. Basic/beginner level courses, self-paced learning.
Per Scholas Columbus
CompTIA A+ & Google IT Support Professional Certificate.
FREE ONLINE DIGITAL TRAINING
LinkedIn Learning for Library
Video courses by industry experts to help you stay ahead in your current job or change careers.
Google’s “Applied Digital Learning”
Learn job-ready skills anytime and anywhere with free, video-based lessons.
Offers online training/workshops in a wide variety of technology topics.
Find free, interactive courses on coding and web development.
Offers technology and computing training for many topics.
Learn new skills with step-by-step product guidance.
Franklin County Technology Support Map
Locate 56 technology support locations in Franklin County.
Apache Open Office
Offers free OpenOffice software.
Columbus Literacy Council
Assists adults in learning English, improving literacy skills or preparing for U.S. Citizenship.
Columbus City Schools
Adult and Community Education: High school equivalency prep; English for Speakers of Other Languages classes and courses in health occupations and trades.
Offers workforce development programs that help address barriers to sustainable employment.
Columbus State Community College
Offers programs to prepare students to transfer to a four-year college or enter the workforce.
The Delaware Area Career Center
Offers unique elective courses for high school and adult students in Delaware County.
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