Computer and IT Courses in Florida

Are you interested in a dynamic career in technology? Whether you’re looking to expand your knowledge for personal growth or to stay ahead in the ever-evolving tech world, our computer classes at Broward Community Schools in South Florida are your gateway to success. 
Computer courses at Broward Community Schools

Microsoft Office I

Discover the power of Microsoft Office, a suite of tools that empowers you to create resumes, spreadsheets, flyers, and more. With a highly qualified instructor guiding you, navigate through the functions of Microsoft Word and Excel over eight comprehensive sessions.

Microsoft Office II

Take your Microsoft Office skills to the next level in this advanced course. Enhance your proficiency in Word and Excel, and dive into the world of Microsoft PowerPoint for creating dynamic presentations. The class concludes with a project integrating all three programs, solidifying your mastery. Join us for eight sessions of transformative learning. 


Unleash your creativity with Adobe Photoshop, a versatile program for photo editing and digital art creation. Explore graphic design techniques, including cropping, adjusting, retouching, and object removal, in this engaging course spanning eight sessions.

Website Design

Ready to establish your online presence? Our Website Design course equips you with the skills to build your own website, incorporating graphics and design elements. Perfect for new businesses, projects, or portfolios, this eight-session course is your key to a professional online identity.

Elevate your computer skills with our community courses in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Ready to take the next step? Reach out to us today and embark on a journey of learning and growth in the dynamic world of technology!

Computer and Information Technology FAQs

What is information technology?

Information Technology (IT) is the use of digital systems, software, and technology to process, manage, store, and transmit information. It encompasses a wide range of technologies and practices, including computer hardware, software, networks, the internet, and telecommunications, and is used across various industries and applications.

How to learn Microsoft Office

To learn Microsoft Office, identify which applications you want to learn such as Word, Excel or PowerPoint. Find online tutorials or take a course through a local community school. Practice by creating documents, spreadsheets, and presentation. Explore and experiment with features to improve your proficiency.

What is web design?

Web design refers to the process of creating and designing websites, including the layout, visual elements, and user experience. It involves various disciplines, such as graphic design, user interface design, and web development, and is used to create aesthetically pleasing and functional websites that are accessible to users on the internet.