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CompuWork Services

Computer Training



1588 Ogilvie St. S

Prince George, BC V2N 1W9


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Hours: 9:00 to 4:00 Monday to Friday



Take the time to invest in yourself.


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Call 250-649-0345; for information regarding continuous intake/registration and course descriptions and/or learning outcomes

    • Individualised Training Small LABS
    • Course Materials, no huge tests just short Quizzes after Interactive sessions,proven effective
    • 'Cued for Success'
    • If You Need IT! We Teach IT!



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Welcome to our Details & Examples of Some Programs Available

Upon the completion of Basic Computer Skills the learner shall be able to know their way around a P/C for business, gaming, or personal interests.

Computer Fundamentals Course

Building upon the completion of Basic Computer Skills the learner should be able to know the components of their P/C; swap out and upgrade some components and use their computer to it's full capacity.

Files and Folders Course

Upon the completion of Files and Folders, the learner shall be able to: Demonstrate a basic understanding of the computers filing system and its main elements including files, folders and digital storage devices. Display the computers contents using My Computer.
Demonstrate a basic understanding of file types, file extensions and the relationship between user and program files.
Have a basic understanding of the difference between Save and Save As functions. Create user files and save them in a desired location using the Save As dialog box. Locate and open an existing file, modify it and save it again. Demonstrate a basic understanding of the association of files and programs based on file type. Print a file and use the Print dialog box', Organize files into folders. Create shortcuts and demonstrate a basic understanding of backup and disk utility programs.

Basic Word Processing, Levels Intermediate I - III

Upon the completion of BASIC WORD, the learner should be able to: Demonstrate a basic understanding of Words' windows and main elements. Move and copy text in a document. Demonstrate a basic understanding of the difference between Save and Save As functions. Be familiar with Words view types and set the appropriate view type and size. Align the text using the alignment functions: left, right, center and justified. Change the character case of the text using the options provided in the Change Case function. Use the following Word utility functions: Undo and Redo, Format Painter and Repeat. Apply the Spelling and Grammar function to check a document thoroughly. Use keyboard shortcuts such as Control-C, Control-V and Control-X.


Upon the completion of Basic Spreadsheets, the learner should be able to: Identify elements of the Excel window. Enter data in a worksheet's cells. Select, cut, copy, paste, modify and delete data.
Enter formulas using arithmetic operators. Enter cell references in formulas. Use the Sum and Average functions. Save workbooks in different locations. Create new workbooks. Open existing workbooks. Resize a worksheet's rows and columns. Preview and print a workbook

Intermediate Excel Spreadsheets 1 

Upon the completion the learner shall be able to: Use the AutoFill function to copy data or enter a data series. Select, move, copy, and delete the data in a group of cells. Use parentheses to set the order of operations in a formula. Copy calculations using absolute or relative cell references. Identify and correct common formula and function errors. Rename, rearrange, insert and delete worksheets.

Intermediate Excel Spreadsheets 2

Upon the completion the learner shall be able to: Wrap text in a cell. Change the orientation of data in a cell. Create styles and apply them to cells. Apply AutoFormats to cells. Insert clip art pictures in a worksheet, and move and resize them. Add a header and footer to a worksheet. Hide and unhide rows and columns. Scale a worksheet to print on a specific number of pages. Create charts based on a worksheet's data. Modify a chart's type and elements. Draw conclusions from a worksheet's data and charts.

Exploring the Web

Upon the completion of the course, the learner shall have a basic knowledge of: A brief history of the Internet, who owns and manages it, and its common uses. How the Internet can be accessed through Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and Online Services. The difference between ISPs and Online Services. Link types used for connecting to the Internet: telephone lines, ISDN, cable, ADSL, and T1. The characteristics, modem types, and transfer rates of each link type. The World Wide Web, web page, web server, web site, home page, hypertext, and hypertext links. Internet security issues such as the ability of unwanted third parties to capture information while in transit, and the encryption method used prevent this from happening.

In addition, the learner shall have the skills to: Use the Internet Explorer browser to view web pages by entering URLs. Navigate between web pages using hyperlinks, the Back and Forward buttons, and the Go menu. Start and terminate the dial-up connection if applicable. Create and use Favorites to quickly access frequently visited pages. Customize Internet Explorer: set the home page and the start-up page, change the Favorites on the Links bar, collapse and rearrange the toolbars


Upon the completion of E-MAIL BASICS the learner shall be able to: Demonstrate a basic understanding of e-mail and its requirements including: e-mail account, e-mail address, mailbox, mail server, Contact Lists, and e-mail program. Identify and use the Outlook window elements; including: the Folders list, the Message list, the Message Preview pane, the folders in the Folders list, and the main components of an e-mail message. Resize Outlook Express window panes. Receive messages from mailbox. Identify and display new messages. Setup Outlook to automatically check for new mail at regular intervals and retrieve new messages. Tell when a new message has been received. Store e-mail addresses and other correspondent information in the Address Book. Quickly add the sender of a received message to the Address Book. Use the Contacts Lists to send messages to the desired recipients. Quickly enter a contact e-mail address in the address box using the AutoComplete feature. Attach files to messages and send them. Open and save attachments to messages received. Reply to messages received. Forward messages received to others. Sort e-mail messages according to subject, sender, and date. Organize messages by creating message folders, moving messages and deleting messages.

Knowledgeable Experience

  • Martin Lacey
  • MCSE, MCP Certified CompTIA A+ Technician. A proven concept of Learn-IT-Yourself through on-line interactive courses is an important method that is used at CWS.

         Many individuals have experienced frustration and dismay over their lack of computing skills. Compuwork Services consists of IT Professionals, each with their own particular skill set and area of expertise to help you.

  • 16 years of Certified Experience

Small Labs - Personalised Spaces

  • No more than 9 persons per Lab
  • Quiet Labs conducive to concentration
  • Comfortable and supportive seating
  • Client-driven and facilitator-assisted online courses

Company Policy

  • Up-to-date materials, PC based
  • Computer Based Online Learning or Facilitator Lead Seminars
  • Questions are encouraged; clarity is emphasised
  • In the Lab online computer-based courses