Coronado Adult Education is offering an introductory Microsoft Excel course: “Excel Fundamentals.” Why is it important to learn Excel? As one of the top computer applications in the business community, being familiar with it can boost your employability and career prospects or make your current job easier.

“Excel Fundamentals” will help students get familiar with workbooks and worksheets. The course is appropriate for the person who is just starting to use Excel, or who has been hesitant to do more than just view their colleague’s workbook. Students will learn the basics on how to input and format text and data, use data to create charts, do basic text manipulation, use basic formulas and functions to perform calculations, and modify and edit a workbook. Through multiple real-world projects, gain a new skill that can help you personally and professionally. Students will have the opportunity to earn a Certificate of Completion!

This class will be taught in person, Tuesday and Thursday evenings, starting Sept. 7.

Coronado Adult Education is also happy to announce that we will offer another Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) course. A RBT is someone who works in a school, home, or clinical setting to support a client with their educational or treatment plan. In just 40 hours, you can increase your hire-ability by completing this free course!

For the RBT course, students must be 18 years of age or older, have a high school diploma, and pass a background check. Once you complete the initial competency assessment and our 40-hour training, students will be eligible to apply to take the RBT exam. This fall the program will be taught remotely, Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning September 14th.

There is no fee for these classes, so register today @ For more information on these career education courses, our ESL classes, or our fee-based hobby classes, please contact the Adult Education Service Center located at the Coronado District Offices, 201 Sixth Street, Coronado, CA 92118, 619-522-8911 or

NOTE: The Coronado Adult Education Program will follow public health protocols consistent with industry guidelines for the K-12 school sector.

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