March 31, 2014

Computers: Microsoft Word

  • Place : Glengarry Encore Education Cte, 212 Main St N, Alexandria
  • Time : 10:00
  • Contact : -- 613-525-1008
  • Details : Computers: Microsoft Word 2 sessions Date: Mondays, March, 31 & April, 7 Time: 10:00am to 12:00pm Cost: $15 Photocopy Fee $5 Leader: Tony Chenel Location: Glengarry Encore Ctr, 212 Main St. North, room120 (GDHS) WORD is an excellent program for users in business administration, or for Mom who likes to save her recipes. Anyone can benefit from the advantages of Microsoft Word. 6 laptops are available for you to reserve - “first-come-first-serve basis”. Space in class is always available for those who attend with their own laptop.
  • Glengarry Encore Education

SUNY Potsdam Graduate Canadian Initiative Info Session

  • Place : Best Western Parkway Inn & Conference Centre, Cornwall, ON
  • Time : 19:00
  • Contact :
  • Details : SUNY Potsdam Graduate Studies will offer a free information session about master's programs offered both on the Potsdam campus and in Watertown, N.Y. The College's new Graduate Canadian Initiative provides qualified Canadian students with free room on campus as well as credits toward a meal plan.
  • SUNY Potsdam Canadian Initiative

Warehouse Training

  • Place : 101 2nd Street West
  • Time : 13:00
  • Contact : Carol Anne Maloney, Tri-County Literacy Council
  • Details : Tri-County Literacy Council, 101 2nd Street West, is pleased to offer a free 6-week course: Warehouse Worker. Participants will have the opportunity to learn the essential skills working in this exciting and fast-paced field. Topics will include: safety, tools of the trade, report reading, measurement and more, including site visits and guest speakers. The curriculum was developed by Literacy Link Eastern Ontario in partnership with Tri-County Literacy Council. The training is suitable for a variety of learners including those planning to enter the workforce for the first time, people changing careers, and individuals wishing to strengthen essential skills. There are nine essential skills at differing levels, identified by the Government of Canada as necessary for success at home, work, and play. The skills are reading, writing, numeracy, document use, thinking, oral communication, working with others, digital technology, and continuous learning. Classes will run Monday to Thursday 1 pm to 4:00 pm, starting Monday, March 31, 2014. For more information or to register, please contact Tri-County Literacy Council at 613-932-7161.