To enroll in our academic classes, we ask that you attend our one-on-one three hour Orientation session. This Orientation provides you with information about all of our academic programs, helps you decide what program best fits your needs, and provides us with information to help you make those decisions.
This free online presentation from the Center for Cyber Safety and Education is designed to help senior citizens learn to use the internet safely. Topics include antivirus, passwords, using WiFi, online shopping and banking, scams, social media, and device safety. This presentation lasts about 2 hours with time for questions.
Estate Planning and Elder Law: This online Webex course will explain the importance of having a will or a trust, identify probate and non-probate assets, explore the role of the Probate Court upon the death of a testator, clarify common misconceptions that arise when planning for long-term care, and address other important documents (for example, an advance health care directive or a power of attorney).
ONLINE ZOOM CLASS Sponsored by the Bureau of Highway Safety, this defensive driving class teaches crash avoidance techniques that are essential to good driving every day. Those finishing this course can eliminate points on their license and may receive a discount from their insurance carrier. Join the class and become a better, safer driver.
This one-session workshop will help you decide if self-employment is the right choice for you. The class covers the pros and cons of owning your own business, the steps needed for start-up, the major elements of a business plan, and the many resources available to help you succeed.
This free online presentation from the Center for Cyber Safety and Education is designed to help parents understand internet safety and to provide practical advice for keeping children safe online. Topics include social media, cyberbullying, online sharing, gaming, and computer security. This presentation lasts about 2 hours with time for questions.