Whether at a job or after hours in your spare time, computers are everywhere. Is there a particular skill you would like to learn? Maybe typing, Microsoft office, photoshop, blogging or spreadsheets are something you need a little extra help with. Find the perfect class near you; sign up, and begin a session to advance your technological skills.
Novi Public Library
45255 W. 10 Mile Road
Novi, MI 48375
(248) 349-0720

If you are comfortable using a computer, a keyboard and a mouse, this is a place for you. Call the library for more details about computer classes. They have a variety of classes, such as iPad Tricks & Tips, Word 2010 Basics, Tech Time, Basic Photo Editing, Excel 2010 Basics and many other choices. The classes are available to anyone eighteen years or older, and the classes are free.

Detroit Training Center
277 Gratiot Ave. Suite 210
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 221-5876

The Detroit Training Center empowers students of all ages with knowledge. Knowledge to be self-sufficient using a computer, improving problem solving skills and becoming tech savvy is encouraged in these classes. The overall goal is to have a career in any industry utilizing computers and technology. Learn about basics, HTML5, CSS and anything about websites. Call to register for a class.

Detroit Public Library
5201 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 481-1300

Computer classes are held in the TLC Center of the Detroit Public Library. Learn about Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Access. Need to improve your technical abilities? Ask the instructor while attending a session. The instructors can give you any tips needed to get you started for any computer-related issue. Call the library to reserve a time and seat for the class that interests you most.

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Michigan Technology Services
32985 Hamilton Court, Suite G-300
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
(248) 489-0408

Does word processing, spreadsheets and using databases grab your attention? If so, this is a great place to find a computer class. Michigan Technology Services has a caring and patient staff ready to help you advance in your computer skills. From building professional presentations, learning to manage emails, typing on the computers, creating spreadsheets and much more, this is a safe learning environment. It doesn’t matter your age. Give a call to find out details about computer classes at this location.

Plymouth District Library
223 S. Main St.
Plymouth, MI 48170
(734) 453-0750

Learning computer basics is important. Computer skills are required everywhere you go. Learn to keep yourself, as well as your computer, safe online. Sign up for classes at the Plymouth District Library. They teach classes on different topics, such as basic internet skills and safety, Microsoft Word, emails, sharing online photos, using Facebook and much more. Classes are open to the public, but you must call and reserve a seat before attending a session.

ONLC Training Centers
200 E. Big Beaver Road, Suite 103
Troy, MI 48083
(800) 288-8221

Did you say you want to learn about computer programs? Is there a particular topic? It doesn’t matter what your skill level is, anything and everything regarding computers can be learned at this training center. The ONLC Training Center has many great classes. Take a look at all the technological topics. Select the topic that interests you and find out more about the day, time and location. Make sure to reserve a time, so you will be allowed entrance into the class.

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