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  • Lifelong Learning

    Our Community Education & Training Development (CETD) courses are now offered through Pueblo Corporate College.

    Available courses on the Pueblo Campus:


    Computer Operation Basics | $55 – 6 Hours

    In this basic computer course designed for first-time users, stu dents will become familiar with the computer mouse and keyboard, opening and closing programs, and accessing the Internet. Basic computer terminology will be covered.

    • February 5 & 12 from 5:30-8:30 pm
    • May 1 & 3 from 5:30-8:30 pm



    Intro to MS Excel | $75 – 8 Hours

    Learn how to use electronic workbooks. This basic class include s entering and editing text, values, formulas, creating forms, moving and copying text, inserting an d deleting ranges, rows, columns. Basic knowledge of how to use a mouse and keyboard are required.

    • February 19, 26 & March 6 from 5:30-8:30 pm



    Intermediate MS Excel | $75 – 8 Hours

    This course shows you how to format cell contents, manager multiple worksheets, apply advanced functions, create tables and outlines. Basic knowledge of Excel functionality and formulas required.

    • March 26 & April 2 & 9 from 5:30-8:30 pm


    Learn Excel & SAVE $10!
    Sign up for both Intro to Excel & Intermediate Excel and pay only $140!


    OSHA 30 General Industry | $400 – 32 Hours

    Introduction to OSHA, Electrical, Walking & Working Surfaces, Exit Routes & Emergency Action Plans, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Hazard Communication Stand ard, Flammable & Combustible Liquids, Machine Guarding, Lockout/Tagout, Permit-required Confined Spaces, Material Handling, Introduction to Industrial Hygiene/Bloodborne Pathogens, Ergono mics, Welding, Cutting and Brazing, Hand & Portable Power Tools, Recordkeeping and OSHA’s Compliance Assistance, and Global Harmonization Standard. 

    • February 5, 6, 7, & 8 from 8 am-5 pm 


    Classes are held in Room GC-234B in the Gorsich Advanced Technology Building at Pueblo Community College, 900 W. Orman Avenue.
    Space is limited. Every effort will be made to accommodate your selection. Minimum class size required.

    To register, contact:
    Alejandra de Anda
    719-549-3320
    alejandra.deanda@pueblocc.edu



    Classes for personal enrichment

    It is never too early to start or too late to stop learning.  That is why Pueblo Corporate College provides the region with affordable personal enrichment courses for all ages. 

    Pueblo Corporate College lifelong learning courses are designed to enlighten, engage and enrich your life.  You can use this resource to develop or refresh skills or explore a new interest. 

    Programs for Adults

    Personal enrichment courses. Our classes range from one-day seminars and workshops to semester-length courses. Topics include all kinds of interests--painting and jewelry making, computer skills, cooking, languages, wellness, sports and fitness, tours, writing and more!




    Kids College 

    Explore programs for youth and teenagers give children a productive activity and safe outlet for learning. Kids College offers options for boys and girls in grades 1 through 6. Kids College 2016 – “Year of the Worker” will be available summer 2016.




    Senior Programs

    These programs are designed for adults 50+. Short-term classes are offered in areas including computers, retirement planning, music, history, and science. All adults are welcome. 




    Cyber Security for Seniors (Class dates are being scheduled. To be added to our “will-call” list call 719-549-3320 or email Alejandra.Deanda@pueblocc.edu.)

    • Introduction to Security - Begins by explaining the challenge of information security and why it is important. Also introduces information security terminology, defines who the attackers are, and gives an overview of attacks and defenses.

    • Personal Security - Examines attacks on passwords and the dangers of social engineering. It also covers identity theft and social networking risks, and provides information on personal security defenses to protect users from attacks.

    • Computer Security - Explores attacks on computers that use different types of malware, such as viruses, worms, Trojans, and botnets. Includes information on how to protect a computer by managing patches, examining firewalls, installing anti-malware software, and configuring personal firewalls. It also gives guidance on how to recover from an attack.

    • Internet Security - Gives an overview of how the Internet works and the security risks that go along with using it. Closes by exploring how to use the Internet securely.

    • Mobile Security - Examines attacks that come through wireless networks, such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, along with attacks on mobile devices such as tablets, laptops, and smartphones. It also explores how networks and devices can be secured.

    • Privacy - Although it is important to understand the concepts behind security, nothing can improve upon real-world experience. To this end, each chapter provides several Hands-On Projects aimed at providing you with practical security software and hardware implementation experience. These projects use the Windows 10 operating system, as well as software downloaded from the Internet. 




    Online Learning 

    Another option for personal enrichment is in the online format. Choose self-paced tutorials that start anytime and last a few hours, or instructor-led courses that begin every month and last six weeks.

    • YouGotClass online courses are provided by quality colleges and associations with expert instructors.  Participate anytime day or evening, from any computer. Get skills for the 21st Century! Demonstrate your knowledge.  www.yougotclass.org/catalog.cfm/pueblo

    • Ed2go Online Courses & Gatlin Education Services are instructor facilitated noncredit courses and career training programs with over 300 topics to choose from. Learn from the comfort of your home or office any time of day. Visit  www.gatlineducation.com/pcetd