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Computer Basics


About the Program 

The noncredit Computer Basics program is designed to build a foundation in basic computer and Internet usage for any learner with little or no computer experience. Students will develop an understanding and competency in basic computer usage, terminology and navigating the internet to obtain and advance employment opportunities, and transition to other college courses. Students who successfully complete CHT A001N and CHT A002N will receive a Certificate of Completion. 


​Course #
​Course Name
​CHT A002N
​Navigating the Internet
​Oct 25 - Dec 18
Mon/Wed​​9:00 AM - 10:25 AM
​Online via Zoom*

Students who enroll in CHT A002N will learn to: 

  • Compare and use various search engines to conduct an effective search
  • Use web browser features, settings and bookmarks to manage searches
  • Define purpose and types of social media and online communications tools
  • List Internet dangers, viruses, scams, and safety precautions to evaluate a website’s credibility
  • Create a professional email with an attachment and signature block
  • Demonstrate how to download files and manage emails into folders
  • Describe key points of the History of the Internet and basic terminology

*Note: Classes meet live online at the scheduled times. Students are expected to attend and participate in class during the times listed. Students need a computer, laptop or tablet to complete class requirements. Chromebooks are available to check-out from the Adult Education Office. Contact us for more information. 


Adult Education Office
Phone: (714) 432-6897