2500 Stanislaus Street, Fresno, CA 93721

(559) 457-6000

  

information technology

Successful businesses require employees to have a number of interpersonal and digital skills. The digital age is expanding into all areas of our lives including our careers. In the modern workplace, digital skills are highly valued and will soon become vital. All of our career building pathways include Computers and the Workplace course to strengthen these necessary skills.

Office assistant positions can be found in all industries, and share a rather large set of skills. Whether the office belongs to a law firm, a medical practice, an educational institution, or a corporation, the needs are similar; somebody has to file records, maintain schedules, and take care of routine communication on behalf of the people who use the office.

That somebody could be you.


Computer Operations

Basic
May be taken prior to Computers in the Workplace as a refresher course

Location: Chavez Campus


Computers in the Workplace

(A pre-requisite for most CTE Pathways)

This four week course emphasizes the use of computers and technology. Students learn fundamental concepts of computer hardware and software and become familiar with a variety of computer applications, including word processing and spreadsheets. Students will also investigate Internet-based applications, working with email and learning how to browse the web. In addition, students will learn to master employability skills and soft skills for workplace success.

Pre-Requisites: CTE Orientation and placement test.

Location: Chavez Campus


Professional Office Assistant

The Professional Office Assistant Program focuses on developing the students’ computer skills, soft skills, and office skills training needed in the workplace. Our computer training includes Microsoft Office Programs. The goal of this program is to prepare Office Assistant students for employment in an office setting.

Pre-Requisites: Attend a CTE orientation, minimum score of 221 on placement test, High School Diploma or High School Equivalency Certificate and completion of the Computers in the Workplace course.

Location: Chavez Campus

Call us if you have any questions. (559) 457-6000