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Maplewood provides individuals with educational experiences that aid in personal growth and the development of career/technical skills leading to graduation, higher education and/or employment.

Maplewood Career Center's Adult Education Programs Qualify for Ohio's TechCred

This program gives businesses the chance to upskill current and future employees. Businesses who submit successful applications will be reimbursed up to $2000 per credential.

For information call the Adult Education Office at (330)296-2892 Ext. 551011 or click the Ohio Tech Cred link right.

ADULT DIPLOMA PROGRAM

Duration: 9 – 24 weeks

Fee: Free

EARN YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA THROUGH THE STATE OF OHIO WHILE ATTENDING MAPLEWOOD CAREER CENTER’S ADULT DIPLOMA PROGRAM.  LEARN A NEW SKILL AND GET YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA AT THE SAME TIME.   CHOOSE FROM ONE OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES:

For more information and how to register, please contact the Adult Education Department at (330) 296-2892, Ext. 551010. Requirements for Adult Diploma Program: Must not have a High School Diploma/GED 20 years or older Resident of Ohio Must attend Aspire for 12 hours (includes orientation) and take a pre-assessment on WorkKeys in Applied Math, Workplace Documents, and Graphic Literacy In order to achieve your High School Diploma, you must: Score 14 on the WorkKeys exam (exam given at Maplewood Career Center) Earn a certification in one of the programs listed.

To register, please call the Adult Education Department at (330) 296-2892, Ext.
551010.

Microsoft Word II

Create professional looking documents using Microsoft Word. Learn advanced features that will enhance your document such as mail merge, inserting tables, applying styles, tack changes, and many more features. Continue to develop proofreading techniques and critical thinking skills while creating beautiful professional looking documents.

Prerequisite: Microsoft Word I        Supplies Needed: USB Storage Drive (any size)

Class start dates subject to change due to low enrollment.  NOTE:  If it is one week before the class is going to start, please call 330-296-2892, Ext. 551010 to sign up.

OTE:  Take Word I & II and be prepared to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) (9100) Certification –

Astound your current or future employer!

Excel I

Introduction to basic spreadsheet features and concepts within Microsoft Excel. Design and create an accurate, professional looking worksheet. Learn to utilize functions such as ranges, formulas, functions, create charts, graphs, lists, use templates, apply formatting, sorting, and filtering.

Supplies Needed:  Notebook and pen.  NOTE:  If it is one week before the class is going to start, please call 330-296-2892, Ext. 551010 to sign up.

NOTE:  Take Excel I & II and be prepared to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) (9100) Certification –

Astound your current or future employer!

Class start dates subject to change due to low enrollment.

Excel II

Continue to build upon the basic spreadsheet features and concepts learned in Excel I to more advanced features such as what-if analysis, data tables, outlines, and pivot tables. Focus on accuracy by utilizing proofreading techniques and critical thinking skills.

Prerequisite: Excel I

Supplies Needed:  Notebook and pen.  NOTE:  If it is one week before the class is going to start, please call 330-296-2892, Ext. 551010 to sign up.

NOTE:  Take Excel I & II and be prepared to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) (9100) Certification –

Impress your current or future employer!

Class start dates subject to change due to low enrollment.

Introduction to Computers

The beginning computer course is an overall introduction to computer use for the novice adult user. This course covers a wide range of information including computer terminology and essential concepts. Topics include startup and shutdown procedures, keyboard and mouse operation, and an overview of popular computing functions of the computer. Additionally, students will learn the basic functions of navigating the Windows operating system. Learn how to work with files and folders, shortcuts, and properties. Resize windows, use the taskbar, start menu, recycle bin, explore popular software, launch programming, and explore the Internet.

NEW PRICE!     Supplies Needed: Notebook and pen.  NOTE:  If it is one week before the class is going to start, please call 330-296-2892, Ext. 551010 to sign up.

Microsoft Word I

Create professional looking documents using Microsoft Word. Learn features that will enhance your document such as formatting, page layout, design, headers/footers, inserting clip art/pictures, borders, saving documents, and many more features. Learn how to create tables. Utilize proofreading techniques and critical thinking skills while creating beautiful professional looking documents.

Supplies Needed:   Notebook and pen.  NOTE:  If it is one week before class is going to start, please call 330-296-2892, Ext 551010 to sign up.

NOTE:  Take Microsoft Word I & II and then you are prepared to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) (9100) Certification –

Dazzle your current or future employer with this skill!