Computers & Technology

Hardware, software, programming, internet, web design and more! We have a computer class for you.

Technology is at the core of almost everything we do. If you need basic help to get started using technology, more advanced training to upgrade your skills or computer certifications for employment, Wor-Wic has what you need.

Courses

Accounting Software

Learn how to use QuickBooks to meet your business needs. We offer courses such as "Mastering QuickBooks," "QuickBooks Reports" and "QuickBooks Payroll."

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Getting Started with Computers

Do you need help getting started with technology? We offer courses to introduce you to computer applications, MacBook, MacOS and Windows 10. These courses require limited computer experience and are great for beginners.

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Desktop Publishing, Graphics & Imaging

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Microsoft Office

Microsoft applications are essential in most workplaces. Learn new applications or brush up on your skills with our beginner, intermediate or advanced Microsoft Office courses.

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PC Hardware, Networking & Security

Financial assistance is available for CompTIA courses. Complete this application to see if you qualify. 

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Seniors Only

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Social Media & Video

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UAS (Drone)

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Web Design

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Internet & Mobile Technologies

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Free Computer Training for Unemployed
If you are unemployed and need to update your computer skills, take advantage of these self-paced computer courses:
 
  • Keyboard Skills
  • Applied Computers & Technology
  • Introduction to Computers & Technology I
  • Introduction to Computers & Technology II
  • Microsoft Excel Level I
  • Microsoft Word Level I
Visit the computer training lab at the Lower Shore American Job Center, located at 31901 Tri-County Way (off Walston Switch Rd. on the north side of Rt. 50).

Lab Hours:
Monday and Wednesday, 8:30 am to 12:30 pm and 1:30 to 4:30 pm
Tuesday and Thursday from 12:30 to 4:30 pm

For information about the courses, call Wor-Wic at 410-334-2815.

In order to participate, individuals must go to the Lower Shore American Job Center to obtain a referral from an agency. For information about how to obtain a referral or hours of operation, call the Lower Shore American Job Center at 410-341-6515.

These courses are funded by a grant provided by the Maryland RELIEF Act of 2021.

Lower Shore American Job Center
 
 

How to Register

Online:

Register online by selecting "Add to Cart" on the desired course(s) and select "Shopping Cart" at the bottom of the page when you are ready to process your registration.

By Mail, In-Person or Fax:

See other options to submit your registration and payment.