1 COMPUTER CLASS REGISTRATION FORM (Please Print Clearly Lea con cuidado) To register for the Computer Technology Program, please complete the following form. All fields in this form must be filled out in order to process the registration; incomplete requests cannot be processed. If you need assistance, please This registration form is for the Microsoft Certified Application Specialist (MCAS), Microsoft Office Specialist Certification (MOS), the Internet and Computer Core Certification (IC 3 ) and Computer Fundamentals. If you are interested in any other training programs offered by CTLC, please contact Abner Soto at (202) or via e- mail for additional information. Para registrarse en el Programa de Tecnología y Computación, por favor llene el siguiente formulario. Todos los campos de este deben estar llenos para poderlo procesar, los formularios incompletos no se procesarán. Si necesita ayuda, por favor envíe un correo electrónico para Esta registración es para los entrenamientos de Especialista en Microsoft Office 2003 y 2007, Certificación Básica en Internet y Computación (IC3) y Fundamentos de Computación. Sí está interesado en otro programa que ofrece el CTLC, por favor contacte a Abner Soto al teléfono (202) o envíe un correo electrónico para obtener más información. PERSONAL INFORMATION / INFORMACIÓN GENERAL Last Name / Apellido Middle Name / Segundo Nombre Name / Nombre Country of Birth / País de Nacimiento Birth date / Nacimiento Age / Edad Sex: / / M F If not born in USA, when did you move to USA?: Year / Año Si no nació en USA, Cuándo se movilizó a USA? Student Estudiante Ethnicity Etnicidad New Student Nuevo (a) Estudiante Returning Student Estudiante regresando Continuing Student Estudiante continuando Black Hispanic White Native American Asian Pacific Islander First Language / Lengua Materna Mother;s country of Birth - País de nacimiento de su madre Father s country of Birth País de nacimiento de su padre PARTICIPANT INFORMATION / INFORMACIÓN DEL PARTICIPANTE Street address / Dirección City / Ciudad State: ZIP Code /Código Ward # Phone # / # Telefónico Home/Casa: Cell/Celular: / Correo Electrónico Living Situation Con quién vive?: Is the participant a parent (have a child)?: Eres padre madres (Tienes hijos (as)?
2 SCHOOL INFORMATION / DATOS DE LA ESCUELA Name of School where you studied / Nombre de la escuela donde estudió: Last grade completed / Ultimo grado terminado Participant Taking English Classes? Está tomando clases de Inglés? Have you taken any computer classes before? / Ha estudiado computación anteriormente? Yes / Si Yes / Si No No If yes, Where? / Si estudió, dónde? Year / Año Do you Have computer? / Tiene computadora en casa? Yes / Si No Do you know how to type / Sabe escribir a máquina? Yes / Si No If yes, what is your skill level? Si sabe escribir, cuál es su nivel de destreza? Advanced Avanzado Above average Más del promedio Average - Promedio Limited - Limitado Why do you want to take the class of Introduction to Computers? Por qué usted desea tomar este curso de Introducción a la Computación?. Are you familiar with computers? / Está familiarizado usando la computadora? Yes / SI NO Explain / Explique. Would you like to take the MOS Certification and the IC 3 certification at the end of this program? Le gustaría obtener las certificaciones de Microsoft Office 2003 (MOS) y el IC 3? Yes / SI NO Explain / Explique.
3 For each of the following computer programs, please rate your skill. Para cada uno de los siguientes programas de computación, por favor indique su destreza. Never Used / Nunca Poor / Fair / Good / My skills are / Mis destrezas son lo usé Pobre Razonable Bueno Microsoft Learning Introduction to Computers Microsoft Windows 2003 Microsoft Office Word 2003 Microsoft Office Excel 2003 Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 Microsoft Office Access 2003 Microsoft Office Publisher 2003 Microsoft Office Certification (MOS) 2003 MOS Word Core 2003 MOS Excel Core 2003 MOS PowerPoint Core 2003 MOS Access Core 2003 MOS Outlook Core 2003 MOS Word Expert 2003 MOS Excel Expert 2003 Microsoft Certified Application Specialist (MCAS) 2007 Windows Vista for the Business MCAS Office Word 2007 MCAS Office Excel 2007 MCAS Office PowerPoint 2007 MCAS Office Access 2007 MCAS Office Outlook 2007 Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3) IC3 - Computing Fundamentals IC3 - Key Applications IC3 - Living Online Internet Fundamental Internet program Web Design Fundamental Dreamweaver Photoshop Flash Basic HyperText Markup Language Excellent / Excelente What day would you prefer? Qué día prefiere? Morning 10 to 11:30 Afternoon 4to 5:30 By signing this form, I authorize the LAYC to verify the information they consider necessary / Al firmar esta forma, Yo autorizo al LAYC a verificar la información si ellos lo consideran necesario. Name / Nombre Signature / Firma Date / Fecha Refereed By/Referido(a) Por: Name / Nombre : Signature / Firma Phone Number/ Número Telefónico : Date / Fecha
4 Client Request, Attendance and Consent: The goal of this attendance policy is to reward good attendance and eliminate people with poor attendance. Every participant is responsible for his/her attendance. It s very important that you keep in mind that that if you missed a class without an acceptable excuse, the program coordinator will not go over with you on what he/she missed the day before. You most keep in mind that when you are working with computers and you missed a class, you may loose track of the program that the Instructor is trying to tech you. So it is very important to come to class every day. Class attendance is required and contributes to the class participation grade. 3 tardy marks are equivalent to 1 absence. (You considered late after 10 minutes) Leaving class early is also considered a tardy. Any student missing more than 3 classes will automatically result in the revocation of all computer privileges. The purpose of the Computer Technology Learning Center is to provide qualifying students with challenging curriculum beyond the regular classroom. In order to have the best teaching and learning environment in the classroom, appropriate behavior is necessary on the part of all students. Students will not be allowed to disrupt learning opportunities for others. In the CTLC, the following rules and guidelines are in effect: Computer Technology Learning Center (CTLC) - Computer Lab Rules 1. The CTLC resources may not be used WITHOUT COMPLETION and submission of a signed consent form. 2. VIOLATION of any part of the Technology Learning Center Use Policy or failure to use the computer workstations appropriately and responsibly may result in the revocation of all computer privileges as determined by the Computer Program Director. 3. Computer labs are to be used only for ACADEMIC PURPOSES. 4. ACADEMIC WORK TAKES PRIORITY over other work. Students reading , surfing the net, playing games or involved in other non-academic activities must give up a computer if a student needs it for class work. 5. The display or transmission of GANG WEBSITES, GANG PICTURES, GANG SIGN, OBSCENE OR HARASSING materials is prohibited. (Do not open Myspace, MiGente or Blackplanet) (If you have a question if the website is ok, ask the Computer Instructor). 6. Using the CTLC resources to send DISRESPECTFUL, HARASSING COMMUNICATION is strictly prohibited. 7. DISRESPECTFUL LANGUAGE, body language or gestures are not allowed. 8. NO VIOLENT GAMES (If you have a question if the game is ok, ask the Computer Instructor). 9. CHAT ROOMS are prohibited in the Computer Lab. 10. NO FOOD, DRINK OR GUM CANDY are not allowed in the Computer Lab at any time. 11. Students must TURN CELL PHONE AND ELECTRONIC PAGER OFF while using the computer lab. 12. Please be considerate of others while working in the lab by BEING QUIET (No Loud conversations or disturbing behavior in the lab, radio, etc.
5 13. Do not make ANY CHANGES to the appearance of the computer (e.g. wallpaper, screensaver, etc.). 14. DO NOT INSTALL ANYTHING onto the computers without prior authorization from the computer program coordinator. All the software has to be used in accordance with copyright laws. 15. Your are not permitted to used any COMPUTER ANYWHERE in the building other than room All students are expected to do their own work. Copying or sharing projects will constitute a GRADE OF ZERO. 17. Students must limit their printing of documents to less than 10 PAGES unless authorization is granted from the Computer Instructor. 18. Do not print from internet because it WASTES PAPER, rather copy and paste to Word Document. This may prevent waste of printing only header and / or footers on pages that will be thrown out. 19. The computers have to be SHUT IT DOWN IN THE PROPER MANNER (DO NOT just hit the power button or desk switch). (Press Ctrl Alt Delete and then Shut Down) 20. When you finish working in the Computer Lab, PLEASE PUSH IN THE CHAIR. 21. GOOD CITIZENSHIP, respect for property and cooperation should be demonstrated at all times. 22. Students must follow the DRESS CODE. 23. RESPECT LAYC PROPERTY and do not mark computer, chairs, tables, mouse pad, others.
6 Client Agreement This form is used to gain student access to the Computer Technology Learning Center resources. These technology resources may include internet access, software, computer use and access to network resources such as file servers and printers. Users may use the CTLC resources and the internet for educational purpose only. Please read the attached technology use rules and sign this agreement. Your signature indicates that you agree to follow the rules. I have read and understand the Computer Technology Learning Center rules; I agree to use LAYC Computer Technology Learning Center resources in an appropriate and responsible manner. If I violate the rules, I understand that my privileges may be taken away, I may be disciplined and/or appropriate legal action may be taken. Print Name Client Signature Date Test/Lab Policies: If you are absent on the day of an exam it is your responsibility to reschedule a make up exam. Make up exams will be allowed for emergencies or legitimate absences. The final exam must be taken on the day given and cannot be made up. All exams must be made up within one week of the scheduled exam. Late assignments will be assessed a late penalty for each day the project is late. Penalties will be given starting the close of the day the project is due. No assignments will be accepted after the final exam. All students are expected to do their own work. Copying or sharing projects will constitute a grade of zero. Certificate of Completion will be awarded, required score will be 80% 10% - Class Participation 40% - Sectional Exams and Pop Quizzes 20% - Homework 30% - Final Exam 100% Total Course Grading:
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