Computer Technology Training
Computer and Technology Resource Center is a Bay area non-profit organization that collects e-waste and teaches individuals how to properly repair and/or dispose of it. They offer tech nights during which individuals can learn how to repair computers and install operating systems. For more information, call (415) 883-1428.
Center for Accessible Technology (CforAT), located in Berkeley, California, is a consumer-based technology resource and demonstration center for adults and children with disabilities, families, teachers, and professionals. Each program focuses on acquainting individuals with computer-related assistive technology. They also offer a computer loan program. For more information, call (510) 841-3224 (Voice), (510) 841-5621 (TTY) or e-mail email@example.com.
Utah Center for Assistive Technology located in Salt Lake City, Utah offers a Computer Center for Citizens with Disabilities. The center's services include cost-free consultations, workshops, information, and Internet access for individuals with disabilities. The center can only be accessed by appointment. For more information or to make an appointment, call (801) 887-9533.
Enrichment Opportunities Institute of Training is a service provider of Vocational Assessment for the Department of Workforce Development through it's Preferred Provider Registry. training programs which includes skill development in basic Computer Skills, Clerical Administration, Data Entry Specialist, A+ Certification Training. This training leads to full employment and enables individuals to work and develop their abilities leading to self-sufficiency and become productive members of society. EOIT is located at 6001 W. Capitol Drive, Suite 210, Milwaukee, WI 53216 (second floor of the Securant Bank Building) Phone: (414) 562-0686, Fax: (414) 562-1263, or send E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Milwaukee Center for Independence offers computer training programs designed to prepare individuals for employment in office settings. They offer two intense 60 day programs (Clerical or Computer Operator) where trainees can obtain Office Proficiency Assessment Certification. Students learn skills in keyboarding, dictation machine usage, data entry and software. MCFI is a non-profit, community-based rehabilitation facility, serving residents of Milwaukee County. For more information, visit their website or call (414) 272-1344 (Voice) or (414) 272-9200 (TTY).
Milwaukee Public Library offers computer classes for people with disabilities. Contact individual libraries for their accessibility for people with disabilities. Go to Milwaukee Public Library Computer Classes for a complete schedule of computer classes. Two computer workstations at Central Library provide access to library customers with special needs such as low vision or blindness, hard of hearing or deafness, mobility problems, or learning disabilities. The stations include software and assistive technology devices set up for ease of use. Call (414)286-3017 to make a reservation. TDD: (414)286-3062.
New Horizons Un-Limited Inc., we offer a 2-day basic computer training program with our Computer Grant Program for people with disabilities. Our program is open to motivated individuals with mobility impairments and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities who plan to use the computer to improve their lives. When you apply to receive a computer, our experienced instructors will provide FREE Basic Computer Training including, Internet and e-mail usage. Upon reciept of your computer you may contact us for additional, in-depth training on specific computer-related topics.
Our Employment Skills Training Program provides hands-on training and professional experience to transition-aged youth and adults with disabilities in Office Administration and Computer Repair and Support via temporary work experiences and internships. Our goal is to provide participants with skill and resume building activities so that they are better equipped to find self-sustaining employment. We accept applicants via local school districts, the WI Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and Adonai Employment in Milwaukee. For more information, visit the link above or NHU Programs or call (414) 299-0124.
Charlie Kapp Resource Center Adult Technology Center located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, provides computer stations devoted to skills development and recreational needs of adults with disabilities. Classes on basic computer skills, word processing and Internet topics, open lab times with assistance and skill training and assessment, career and job development and employment searches are all part of this program.
NewLink Project Ltd., a charity based in the East Midlands region of the United Kingdom, offers computer training to people with a disability. Training is offered in one of their ten training centers or in the homes of people with disabilities. For more information, call +44 (0) 115 942 4761 or e-mail email@example.com.
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