DigitALL: FREE Computer Courses


DigitALL, ICTAM's newest initaitive, aims to increase the overall participation of Canadians in the digital economy by offering accessible programming to increase digital literacy and improve technology skills across Manitoba. All computer and internet workshops are completely free for participants.

Upcoming Courses:

Jump to: The Pas | Thompson | Sagkeeng First Nation

The Pas

DATES: June 6, 13, 20   

TIME: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

ADDRESS: Kelsey Learning Centre Computer Lab - 60-3rd Street West

REGISTER TODAY!  Sign up in person at Kelsey Learning Centre (Main Office, Mary Duncan School)

We would love for you to attend our FREE English Second Language Digital Upskill course taking place this month. Join our on-line community for an enjoyable and fun learning experience! We will support you as you build your English speaking, reading, writing and listening skills, in a safe and supportive environment. Our goal is to assist you in reaching your potential and give you confidence to prepare for your future. Stop in today to register for this valuable training series.

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DATES: June 18, 19, 25   

TIME: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

ADDRESS: Room 325 (Computer Lab), University College of the North - 55 UCN Drive

PHONE: 204-677-6450 or toll-free at 1-866-677-6450

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REGISTER TODAY! Sign up in person at the Thompson UCN Campus Enrolment Services Office, by phone or by email.


Intro to Computers - June 18
Learning the basics for those new to working with a computer
Course EXT.0025

Intro to MS Word - June 19
Some familiarity working with a computer required
Course EXT.0027

Intro to MS Project - June 25
Building computer skills through a project management program

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Sagkeeng First Nation

DATES: July 2019 (TBD)




By the end of this course, participants will be able to

  • Define common computing concepts and terms
  • Explain the differences between hardware and software
  • Develop desktop navigation skills, including how to use a keyboard and mouse
  • Operate basic applications, including MS Word, Internet and email
  • Recognize safe computer usage and security awareness
  • Effectively manage documents by using files and folders
  • Locate resources when needing help or to learn new computer skills

No previous experience with computers is required, and no cost to participate!

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