Basic computer skills are important in today's world, and many jobs require you to have them. There are many computer training courses available in Wake County. If you're looking for local and/or online resources to help develop your digital skills, check out the organizations listed on this page.
Microsoft Digital Literacy
Microsoft Digital Literacy is a free, online resource that offers tutorials for learning how to effectively use devices, software and the internet.
GCF LearnFree provides free, online tutorials for basic computer skills, digital literacy, tech-savvy tips and tricks, and much more.
Triangle Literacy Council
The Triangle Literacy Council is a non-profit organization working to bridge the digital divide. It provides training for digital literacy and basic skills programming to improve lives through community and individual success.
Kramden Institute's mission is to end the digital divide. It provides free or low-cost, refurbished computers to students and non-profits, and it offers basic digital literacy classes and training to people of all skill levels.
Wake Technical Community College
Wake Technical Community College offers non-credit courses designed to improve a person's basic computer skills.
Raleigh Senior TechEd
Raleigh Senior TechEd is a volunteer organization dedicated to providing access to computer technologies to those who are 50+ years young. Its primary mission is to provide computer education with courses starting at the introductory level and continuing to more advanced topics.
Durham Literacy Center
The Durham Literacy Center helps empower Durham County residents who want to improve their lives and the lives of their families by improving their literacy skills.
Triangle South Literacy Works
The goal of the Triangle South Literacy Works is to provide education to adult students to make them more employable. It provides free instruction in computer and financial literacy, English as a Second Language, math, and citizenship.