Students will build and troubleshoot Computers in new VGCC course
Vance-Granville Community College is currently registering students for a new course that will teach area residents how to repair, upgrade, and troubleshoot personal computers.
“Computer Electronics: Computer Repair & Troubleshooting” is scheduled to be held on Wednesday evenings from 6 until 10 p.m., Jan. 11 through May 9, on the college’s main campus in Vance County.
Mitch Evans , the Director of Infrastructure Services in the VGCC Information Technology department, will serve as the instructor for the course. He said that included among the topics covered during the course would be networking, printer sharing, file sharing and installing add-on hardware and software. Evans will include tips on scanning and removing virus information, spyware and ad-ware. Students will also completely build and assemble a PC during this class. “This class will be hands-on, and will provide you with a lot of great tricks for downloading free software and utilities to help keep your PC safe and running smoothly,” Evans said.
The registration fee for this course is $175, with other college fees totaling $6. For one course per semester, registration fees are waived for N.C. resident seniors, ages 65 and above.
Space is very limited for this course. The deadline for early registration is Dec. 16.
For more information and to register, call VGCC at (252) 738-3417 or (252) 738-3324.