Basic Computer Skills Course Begins January 11th at OFTC; 3 computer related images; OFTC is offering a basic computer skills course at the Sandersville campus. Understanding the parts of the computer. How to use search engines such as Google to browse the internet. How to create, send, and receive email. How to use social media such as Facebook. Classes will meet on January 8, 16, and 22 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the Tarbutton Center. The cost of the course is $65.00; Check the OFTC Continuing Education site for schedules and updates;; There are lots of exciting new classes forming for Spring!; OFTC logo; For more info contact Roger Byrd at or 478-275-5988;
Basic Computer Skills Classes Offered at OFTC in January

Basic Computer Skills classes will be offered through Oconee Fall Line Technical College’s Continuing Education department in January. Classes will be offered in Sandersville and Dublin and will cover topics like: becoming familiar with various parts that make-up a computer, how to use search engines like Google to browse the internet, how to create, send […]

Cheryl Daniel and Dylan Swartz, both students in the Mechatronics program, are installing the 133 LED's required to light the 8 portion of the 2018 for the Shamrock Drop. in the Mechatronics lab. Both students are holding the 2018 sign and smiling.
Students Perform Maintenance for Dublin’s Shamrock Drop

Students in Oconee Fall Line Technical College’s (OFTC) Mechatronics, Welding and Machine Tool programs will play an integral part in this year’s Shamrock Drop, an event held in Dublin on New Year’s Eve. When the Shamrock Drop became a community tradition back in 2015, the City Council of Dublin recruited OFTC students to design and […]

Fall Semester Scholars Recognized at OFTC

Oconee Fall Line Technical College President, Dr. Lloyd Horadan, is pleased to announce the student scholars on the President’s and Dean’s List for the 2017 Fall Semester. To be eligible for the President’s List, OFTC students must maintain a GPA of 3.5 or higher with a course load of at least 12 credit hours during […]