Tech Classes at the Washington County Center | Eastern North Carolina Now

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    The following classes are available at the Washington County Center in Roper through the Continuing Education Department at BCCC. To register, call 252-940-6375 or email If participants need transportation to class, they can schedule a ride with Riverlight Transit by contacting Shonita Gibson, Transportation Coordinator, at (252) 793-4041, extension 255 or by email at

    Bullet Journaling - The Analog System for the Digital Age

    The Bullet Journal is a customizable and forgiving organization and time management tool. It can be your to-do list, sketchbook, notebook, and diary, but most likely, it will be all of the above. This course introduces the bullet journaling time and task management system. Combine your planner, task list and time management program in to one powerful system that will blast you through your day without breaking a sweat. The class will provide materials for students to use in class, and they will leave with their own new Bullet Journal. This $15 class will take place on Tuesday, October 3 from 6:00-9:00 p.m.

    Microsoft Office

    This four-week course will teach students about the software of Microsoft Office. Microsoft Word will be taught during the first week. Students will practice creating, editing and saving MS Word documents. The second session will show students how to create dynamic slide presentations in PowerPoint. They will learn how to include animation, narration and images in a presentation. The third session will provide tips on how to store, organize and analyze information in Microsoft Excel. Get help organizing and calculating data. Microsoft Access will be taught in the final class. It is a database creation and management program, and students will become familiar with the differences between data management in Microsoft Access and Microsoft Excel. This $75 class will take place on Thursdays between 6:00-8:00 p.m. starting October 5.

    iPhone/iPad Workshop

    Kisha Norman will provide the basics and more in this popular Apple devices workshop. Bring your own iPhone or iPad so you can learn on your own device. We will address security features, apps, upgrades and basic skills to help you get the most from your personal technology. Norman will make sure no student leaves with unanswered questions. The class size is limited to ensure plenty of individual attention. This $20 class will take place on Tuesday, October 10 from 6:00-9:00 p.m.

    Android Workshop

    This class has been expanded to include more instruction and more individualized guidance. The class size is limited to make sure that everyone gets the information they need. Students should bring their own Android phone or tablet and enjoy learning the best features to employ. Kisha Norman will teach about apps, security settings, set-up options, photo sharing and entertainment features. She will have plenty of time to address your needs, and students will leave feeling more confident with their Android device. This $20 class will take place on Tuesday, October 17 from 6:00-9:00 p.m.

    Holiday Party Foods

    There will be a party at the Washington County Center. Students in this class will enjoy tasting and learning to make five do-ahead party dishes. They will go home with recipes and ideas to make their holiday events delicious, fun and easier to plan. The menu features: fig and blue cheese spread, fancy grilled cheese appetizers, burrata and pesto, curried mayo and crudités, tiramisu dip and chocolate truffles. This class will take place on Monday, November 6 from 6:00-9:00 p.m.

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