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Programs that improve your life/job skills are available through the Community Outreach office.


Call Erica Breton at 843-521-4112 for more information or to register.


Bluffton - Hilton Head Gateway Campus - Highway 278
Beaufort - Historic Beaufort Campus - Carteret Street


New iPad users will learn how to n
avigate through your home screen, understand settings and applications, take pictures and videos, manage contacts, and take notes. (iOS 7 version or higher)

Bluffton Campus

W   January 21          9 - noon            $45             Harg 159
T     March 17             9 - noon            $45             Harg 159

Beaufort Campus

T    January 27        9 - noon             $45              Sand 124


Learn how to manage alerts, set up and manage email, view and share photos, send messages, stay on schedule with your calendar, use the map feature, organize magazines, buy and read books and incorporate the numerous accessibility features provided on your iPad. (iOS 7 version or higher)

Bluffton Campus

T      February 24           1 - 4 pm         $45            Harg 159
TH   April 9                     9 - noon         $45            Harg 159

Beaufort Campus

T    February 10              9 - noon        $45            Sand 124


USING YOUR iPHONE  This 3-hour class is geared to help you get the most from your iPhone by introducing students to its many features. Learn how to customize your iPhone settings, use FaceTime, surf the internet, take pictures and videos, manage your photos and use the Map features. (iOS 7 version or higher)

Bluffton Campus

TH  April 23                9 -  noon          $45             Harg 159

Learn to develop your own web page by using the Word Press site. Students will learn a simple way to do fairly complex web designing by practicing at home to create a website as a class project. Create a website to promote your small business, club, family site, on-line journal (blog), recipes collections, etc. Students must be proficient with general computer functions that includes knowledge of web browsing Internet Explorer, Chrome or Mozilla. After completing the class project, students will present their sites on the final night of class. Classes are 2 hour sessions that meets twice a week for three weeks.

Bluffton Campus

 No classes scheduled at this time.


This basic level course 
will equip users the basic skills needed to create and use  spreadsheets. Learn how to enter and edit data, format cells, columns & rows, and create basic formulas. (Version 2010)

Bluffton Campus

T/TH       Feb 17 & 19            6 - 9 pm          $95      SciTech 123 
T/TH       March 3 & 5            6 - 9 pm          $95      SciTech 123

EXCEL Level II This advance level course will prepare users to generate charts, graphs, enter numbers as labels or values and manage multiple worksheets. (Version 2010)

Bluffton Campus

         T/TH       March 17 & 19          6 - 9 pm         $95      SciTech 123

**QUICKBOOKS      This 4 DAY course will provide participants an overview of the key features and capabilities of QuickBooks. Learn how to create a company, work with accounts, customer & vendor lists, enter sales, create invoices, pay bills, bank reconciliations, handle tricky situations including NSF checks, special transactions, and create reports. This class is perfect for the QuickBooks user who has little experience with QuickBooks but now needs to be more proficient. (2012 version)

Date TBD - If you are interested in a class, please call 521-4112 with your contact information.


Refund & Cancellation Policy for Continuing Education Classes
A $35 administrative fee will be charged for cancelling after you have registered.
A minimum enrollment is required for each class; therefore,
classes can be cancelled due to low registration. If a class is cancelled,
registrants have the option of receiving a full refund or transferring the fee to a later class. 
Please note, refunds typically take 3-4 weeks and will be made in a form of a check.

**QuickBooks are offered in conjunction with the Small Business Development Center of South Carolina. "The South Carolina Small  Business Development Center (SBDC) is partially funded under Cooperative Agreement No 6-603001-Z-0043-26 by the US Small Business Administration." The SBDC operates in partnership with the US Small Business Administration. The support given by the US Small Business Administration through such funding does not constitute and expressed or implied endorsement of the co-sponsor(s) or participants' opinions, products or services." All SBDC programs are non-discriminatory and available to individuals with disabilities.