Registration is now open for staff and the public for the May 2015 Computer Classes. All classes are held in the Regional Library Computer Center (RLCC) of the Central (downtown) Library. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL CLASSES.
To register for a class: ((Please note that registration does not necessarily guarantee you a spot in the class. You will receive an email confirming your registration for classes. You may also call to confirm your registration)
- Complete name, address and phone information. PLEASE PRINT.
- Place a check mark in the check box next to the class(es) you would like to attend.
- Return the entire form to a staff person in the Public Computer Services department.
- You may also send an email to email@example.com or use the online form to register.
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Please note that registration will no longer be accepted for the following classes:
Excel 2010 Basic Part 1 & 2 (Tuesday, April 7)
Word 2010 Basic Part 1 & 2 (Monday, April 13)
Excel 2010 Advanced Part 1 & 2 (Tuesday, April 14)
Word 2010 Advanced Part 1 & 2 (Monday, April 27)
All Birmingham Public Library locations will be closed Friday-Sunday, April 3-5, for the Good Friday and Easter holidays.
Registration is now open for staff and the public for the Central Library April 2015 Classes. The classes offered in the month of April will feature a Money Smart Week presentation with Dr. Stephanie Yates and Job Searching Tips with local career counselor, Jack Norris.
All classes are held in the Regional Library Computer Center (RLCC) of the Central (downtown) Library. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL CLASSES due to limited seating.
To register for classes, go to https://rlccbpl.wordpress.com/computer-class-schedule/ or pick up a copy of the April 2015 Class Schedule at your local Birmingham Public Library branch. Please note that registration does not necessarily guarantee you a spot in the class. Call or email to confirm.