ONE-DAY SKILLS TRAINING

Most of our one-day skills training classes cost $199 for a full day of training, and $99 for a half-day. There are some exceptions. See class description for pricing.

QUICKBOOKS – INTRODUCTION (EVENINGS)

This course is for those who are brand new to QuickBooks. Learn how to setup a new company file, create a chart of accounts, create invoicing and payables, understand financial reports, Profit and Loss and Balance Sheets. This class takes place over two half-days to allow for practice of concepts learned.

Registration is for attendance in both sessions.

Instructor: Rreze Zejnullahi-Berisha

#88120

Time: Tues and Thurs, Sept 17 & 19, 6 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 114

Cost: $199

 

PROJECT MANAGEMENT – AN INTRODUCTION

In addition to the regular duties of your job, in today’s business environment, you are often expected to take on extra assignments to get that additional job done well, under budget and on time. This workshop will familiarize participants with the basic understanding of project management while introducing some easy to use tools that can be employed immediately to help you and your team complete projects on time, within budget and meet quality specifications and stakeholder expectations. Participants will be introduced to the five essential Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) principles, project management process groups and learn about the essential activities that must be performed in each process group.

Instructor: Ciro Petti

#88119

Thurs, Sept 19, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 215

Cost: $199

 

SIX SIGMA: AN INTRODUCTION

Six Sigma is a process and a set of tools that is used by organizations to improve products, processes and results by eliminating defects, reducing variation, and decreasing delays. This course will train participants in the fundamentals of Six Sigma, including use of the DMAIC process (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) and basic tools. Participants will have an opportunity to use the process and tools during the course to work on solutions to real problems. Come to class with a problem or project in mind.

Instructor: Jeff Lilley

#88121

Time: Wed, Oct 2,  9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 111

Cost: $199

 

INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE FOR THE NON-FINANCE PROFESSIONAL (HALF DAY)

Intended for the non-finance professional, this workshop will provide participants with an overview of the four most important financial statements as well as basic financial and accounting concepts. Apply these concepts to a simulated business or to your own organization. Topics covered include Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Cash Flow Statement, Profit and Loss Statement as well as Key Terms and Ratios, the Budget Process and SEC filings.

Instructor: Rita Williams-Bogar

#88118

Time: Thurs, Oct 10, 1 p.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 215

Cost: $99

 

SOCIAL MEDIA FOR BUSINESS SUCCESS

Social Media is an integral part of every business marketing plan. With so many different platforms available, it is important to choose those that are most helpful to your organization. In this hands-on class you will review the major social media platforms in depth (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Pinterest), and make improvements to your current social media profiles and strategies. Learn tips for gaining more followers, improving engagement and spreading the word about your business. Leave feeling more confident and competent in using social media to market your business.  *Be sure to bring your login information for all your social media accounts, so you can work directly within your pages and profiles in class. Please bring a laptop if you have one, otherwise CCM will provide.

Instructor: Frank Morales

#88122

Time: Fri, Oct 11, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 111

Cost: $199

 

LEARNING TO LEAD TO ACHIEVE ORGANIZATION SUCCESS

The success of an organization relies on a leader’s ability to encourage innovative ideas in others. In this class, explore aspects of good leadership:  inspire teams to use tools and technology to facilitate creativity; create clarity around decisions through excellent communication and feedback; model behaviors based on values and display transparency and authenticity. During this workshop, participants discuss essential components of leadership and ways to enhance these skills. WDT-111.

INSTRUCTOR: Georgann Occhipinti

#88111. 1 Session: 8 hours, CEU 0.8

Henderson Hall, HH 111

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Fri, Oct 18

Cost: $199

 

MANAGING MULTIPLE PRIORITIES UNDER PRESSURE

Are you finding it difficult to function efficiently in today’s high-pressure work environment? You’re not alone. In this course, you will learn to take charge and be in control of your workload. You will be introduced to practical tips and techniques to organize and manage shifting priorities that compete for your time, attention and energy. Acquire proactive strategies to prioritize and sequence tasks to prepare a useful to-do list, and then estimate time frames so you can schedule your tasks efficiently and meet your deadlines. Establish a framework that will guide your daily activities and help you achieve a workday balance for success. WDT-100.

INSTRUCTOR: Dale Favia

#88100. 1 Session: 8 hours, CEU 0.8

Henderson Hall, HH 111

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Fri, Oct 25

Cost: $199

 

TIPS TO CONDUCT HIGHLY EFFECTIVE MEETINGS  (HALF DAY)

People spend a lot of time in meetings, whether in person, on the phone or virtually. Attendees want to get some kind of result out of their time together, whether solving problems, brainstorming or simply sharing information. This course will provide tips and techniques to ensure meetings use time wisely, including ensuring the right people are invited, managing the agenda, engaging the attendees, handling disruptive personalities and developing accountability for post-meeting action items.

Instructor: Rita Williams-Bogar

#88123

Time: Thurs, Oct 31, 1 p.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 215

Cost: $99

 

PLANNING TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS

Planning helps organize everyone on a team to work efficiently to achieve goals. Participants will learn a planning process that will guide them to address actual work related situations. Learn to understand the components of an effective plan, conduct a SWOT analysis, develop specific steps to achieve your goals, develop methods to address barriers to the goals, create measurements for goals and develop a plan framework that can be enhanced beyond the class. WDT-102.

INSTRUCTOR: Georgann Occhipinti

#88102. 1 Session: 8 hours, CEU 0.8

Henderson Hall, HH 111

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Fri, Nov 15

Cost: $199

 

ELEVATE THE CUSTOMER SERVICE EXPERIENCE

Learn to delight the customer and create a culture for excellent customer service by energizing your staff with essential customer service skills. This program covers: attitude, identifying customer needs, listening skills, body language, tone of voice, choice of words, angry customers, recovery and exceeding expectations.

Instructor: Dale Favia

#88117

Time: Fri, Nov 15, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 111

Cost: $199

 

DRIVING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT FOR BUSINESS SUCCESS

From junior level managers to CEO’s, you have more control over your employees’ engagement levels than any other contributing factor, and employee engagement drives successful businesses. This interactive workshop is designed for leaders on the floor, HR professionals, project managers and senior management who want to reduce turnover, increase productivity and build an engaged workforce that is aligned with the goals of the organization. WDT-101.

INSTRUCTOR: Dale Favia

#88101. 1 Session: 8 hours, CEU 0.8

Henderson Hall, HH 215

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Tues, Dec 10

Cost: $199

IMPROVE YOUR COMMUNICATION, IMPROVE YOUR SUCCESS

Would you like to learn the secrets of how to capture others’ attention, influence others and get solid results? Communication is the foundation to success in life and business. In this course, you will learn competencies of successful communicators, understand your own communication style, and how it affects interactions with others and impacts work performance. Using a proven Model of Human Behavior, you will apply communication strategies based on personality styles to inspire and motivate team members to interact with one another clearly, while delivering a concise, engaging message. In addition, gain valuable insights and strategies to handle communicating with difficult personalities, including how to handle feelings that can sabotage effective communication. WDT-104.

INSTRUCTOR: Christina Martinez

#88104. 1 Session: 8 hours, CEU 0.8

Henderson Hall, HH 111

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Wed, Oct 9

Cost: $199

 

PUBLIC SPEAKING: DELIVER YOUR MESSAGE WITH CONFIDENCE (HALF DAYS)

Does the thought of speaking before a group make you feel nervous? Do you wonder what you can do to remember your material so you can appear confident and prepared? You are not alone.  Fortunately, there is good news. You can strengthen your oral communication skills and feel more at ease when speaking in public and/or delivering presentations. Fundamentals of speaking and presentation skills will be covered including: strategies to remain calm and in control, tailoring your message to your audience, enhancing awareness of verbal and non-verbal cues and effective listening skills. Techniques for delivering dynamic presentations and managing large or small audiences will be provided in the course.

Registration is for attendance in both sessions.

INSTRUCTOR: Rita Williams-Bogar

#88115

Time: Thurs, Oct 17 & 24, 1 p.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 215

Cost: $199

 

SPANISH COMMUNICATION IN THE WORKPLACE (EVENINGS)

An Interactive and Engaging Spanish Language Course for Business Professionals.

Effectively manage an increasingly diverse workforce using occupational Spanish language skills while developing an understanding and appreciation of the cultural aspects that influence the workplace .This course is oriented to business professionals who want to acquire key elements of the Spanish language in business and cultural contexts. The program is designed to have business simulations that allow participants to learn the language on real and at the same time, be aware of cultural differences of Latin-American cultures from country to country.

6 Sessions: 18 hours, CEU 1.8

Registration is for attendance in all sessions.

Instructor: Marina Cupo

#88116

Time: Tues, Oct 22, 29, Nov 5, 12, 19, 26,  6 p.m.-9 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 212

Cost: $449

 

IMPROVE YOUR BUSINESS WRITING SKILLS – TIPS AND TECHNIQUES

Learn to tailor your writing style for a specific business audience. Make clear, declarative statements to your manager, executives, peers, subordinates and outside contacts. What is clear for one group may need different language or structure for another. Learn a communication model to construct documents that speak to your audience and prepare you for reader’s feedback. Through case studies and select samples, apply these techniques to specific business communications such as emails, progress reports, instructions, giving positive or negative messages, troubleshooting and problem solving. You will also develop language choices for special communications situations such as praise, discipline and change.

Instructor: Wilma Hurwitz

#88113

Time: Wed, Oct 23, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 111

Cost: $199

 

IMPROVING YOUR NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATIONS IN TODAY’S WORKPLACE (HALF DAY)

Non-verbal communication conveys a definite messages to other. Body language provides the potential to both increase influence and direct the flow of information. This course will provide tips and techniques on select non-verbal communications methods to foster productive interpersonal communications with internal personnel at all levels, outside contacts and customers/clientele. You will gain skills that will enable you to appreciate that what is not said, is just as critical as what is said. Importantly, it will help you to recognize what signals your own body language is sending to others.

INSTRUCTOR: Wilma Hurwitz

#88114

Time: Fri, Nov 8, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 111

Cost: $99

CERTIFICATE IN LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Students who complete at least 6 of the following 9 leadership classes may request a Certificate in Leadership Development from the Center for Workforce Development at CCM:

THE LEADERSHIP BLUEPRINT — DRIVE PERFORMANCE BY UNDERSTANDING BEHAVIORAL STYLES, DRIVING FORCES AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

Imagine if you were given the leadership playbook/blueprint on how to examine the behaviors individuals bring to the job, the driving forces that motivate them and an understanding of their own emotional intelligence to drive performance? What would that be worth to you? You are busy. Time is money. Save yourself years of stressful communication interactions, conflicts and learn how to leverage analytics in real time to position you and your teams to perform at their best. In this course, you will take an online assessment prior to class. There will be a comprehensive debrief of the assessment which will blend three sciences: Behaviors, 12 Driving Forces and EQ (Emotional Quotient/Intelligence). Gain key insights on communication do’s and don’ts, how to drive motivation based on an individual’s driving forces, and strategies on the impact emotional intelligence has on core behavioral styles, as well as the top drivers. Unlock the key to peak performance with one of the leading tools used by major companies throughout the world. WDT-103.

Required Pre-Assignment: TriMetrix® EQ Assessment*
*Note: For multiple participants attending from the same company, CCM will provide a team graph to illustrate a snapshot of group dynamics.

INSTRUCTOR: Christina Martinez

#88103. 1 Session: 8 hours, CEU 0.8

Henderson Hall, HH 111

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Wed, Sept 25

Cost: $299 (includes assessment and customized report)

 

IMPROVE YOUR COMMUNICATION, IMPROVE YOUR SUCCESS

Would you like to learn the secrets of how to capture others’ attention, influence others and get solid results? Communication is the foundation to success in life and business. In this course, you will learn competencies of successful communicators, understand your own communication style, and how it affects interactions with others and impacts work performance. Using a proven Model of Human Behavior, you will apply communication strategies based on personality styles to inspire and motivate team members to interact with one another clearly, while delivering a concise, engaging message. In addition, gain valuable insights and strategies to handle communicating with difficult personalities, including how to handle feelings that can sabotage effective communication. WDT-104.

INSTRUCTOR: Christina Martinez

#88104. 1 Session: 8 hours, CEU 0.8

Henderson Hall, HH 111

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Wed, Oct 9

Cost: $199

 

LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR FIRST-TIME SUPERVISORS

This course is for those who have found themselves thrust into a supervisory/leadership position and have never received training or guidance for best practices. Explore the qualities, behaviors, skills and tools to become the supervisor everyone wants to work for. You will develop self-awareness of your supervisory skills.  Learn how to communicate attentiveness to your employees and how to increase employee engagement and satisfaction in the workplace. WDT-105.

INSTRUCTOR: Christina Martinez

#88105. 1 Session: 8 hours, CEU 0.8

Henderson Hall, HH 111

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Wed, Oct 16

Cost: $199

 

ART OF DELEGATION

Increased workloads and leaner resources require today’s employee to be even more creative in the art of delegating tasks. Do you sometimes have trouble delegating work because you think it will take longer to the complete the task? If so, you fall into the trap of taking it on yourself and adding more stress to your day while missing opportunities to empower your staff to grow. Learn how to move beyond barriers to delegation and gain increased confidence. This course will address how to establish delegation parameters, how to be proactive to ensure work is being completed without being perceived as a “micro-manager” and how to handle potential conflicts around delegation. WDT-106.

INSTRUCTOR: Christina Martinez

#88106. 1 Session: 8 hours, CEU 0.8

Henderson Hall, HH 111

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Wed, Oct 30

Cost: $199

 

MANAGING CHANGE FOR POSITIVE RESULTS

Organizations face change on a daily basis due to expansion of products or services, increased competition, budget constraints or new technology.  Some individuals welcome change and are excited by the possibilities created by change, while others resist it. This class helps individuals learn to work effectively through changes. Topics discussed will include factors that impact change, understanding different reactions to change, various barriers and ways to address them, techniques to create change and a change process model. Individuals will take with them a clear action plan to begin implementing in their workplace. WDT-110.

INSTRUCTOR: Georgann Occhipinti

#88110. 1 Session: 8 hours, CEU 0.8

Henderson Hall, HH 111

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Fri, Nov 8

Cost: $199

 

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

Why is Emotional Intelligence (EI) vital in the workplace? How skilled are you in actively applying EI concepts? Business professionals who understand the connection between emotions and actions, and apply EI skills to maximize effectiveness, have an advantage in any organization. In this workshop, participants will explore the dimensions associated with Emotional Intelligence, discuss behavioral styles, and identify ways to increase the ability to effectively communicate, collaborate and connect with co-workers. WDT-107.

INSTRUCTOR: Christina Martinez

#88107. 1 Session: 8 hours, CEU 0.8

Henderson Hall, HH 111

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Fri, Nov 22

Cost: $199

 

COACHING & MENTORING: HOW TO STRENGTHEN THE LEADERSHIP BOND

This course is for those in a leadership and/or supervisory role, or if you are preparing yourself to be in a leadership role. One of the most often overlooked key roles of any leader is to coach team members to achieve their best. As a “coach” or mentor, you will typically help your team members to solve problems, make better decisions, learn new skills and/or guide them to progress in their role or career. Some leaders are fortunate enough to get formal training in coaching skills, many do not. Learn proven coaching/mentoring techniques, identify opportunities for your own growth and practice strategies. Build confidence and learn to trust your instincts to become a better coach/mentor and strengthen your team’s performance. WDT-108.

INSTRUCTOR: Christina Martinez

#88108. 1 Session: 8 hours, CEU 0.8

Henderson Hall, HH 215

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Tues, Dec 3

Cost: $199

 

NAVIGATING CONFLICT: BEST APPROACHES

Conflict is an organizational reality and when approached correctly, can bring about positive change and improve business results. Too often, we shy away from conflict because we are afraid of damaging important relationships or rocking the boat. In this interactive and practical course, you will identify your natural and adapted approach to conflict, discover multiple ways to navigate conflict and develop an individual four-step plan to resolve conflict. WDT-112.

INSTRUCTOR: Rita Williams-Bogar

#88112. 1 Session: 8 hours, CEU 0.8

Henderson Hall, HH 111

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Wed, Dec 11

Cost: $199

 

CREATING PEAK PERFORMANCE TEAMS TO EMPOWER, COLLABORATE & INNOVATE

Peak performance requires a mindset of winning. Today’s ever changing, fast-paced work environment has become increasingly competitive. In order to deliver the highest level of excellence, we must bring an “A game.” This course will delve into the mental, physical and emotional components needed to create an environment that team members must embody within themselves and the group in order to achieve daily wins. Participants will identify the human needs and driving forces that motivate employees to engage, understand the role emotions play and how these affect overall team attitude. WDT-109.

INSTRUCTOR: Christina Martinez

#88109. 1 Session: 8 hours, CEU 0.8

Henderson Hall, HH 111

Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Wed, Dec 18

Cost: $199

BLUEPRINT READING

This course will teach you how to read shop and engineering blueprints and learn the information needed to fabricate parts and perform assembly operations. You will study current drafting standards and blueprint reading techniques as well as develop your ability to accurately locate and interpret dimensions on drawings. We will review standard lines and symbols, sketching techniques, orthographic projection, auxiliary views, drawings, dimensions, tolerances, sectional views, title block information, machining specifications, and specialized forms of engineering drawings. You will learn how to draw principal and isometric views and understand how blueprints and tolerances relate to the manufacturing process. Students may wish to refresh Shop Math skills prior to enrolling in Blueprint Reading. See below.

Time: TBD

 

SIX SIGMA: AN INTRODUCTION

Six Sigma is a process and a set of tools that is used by organizations to improve products, processes and results by eliminating defects, reducing variation, and decreasing delays. This course will train participants in the fundamentals of Six Sigma, including use of the DMAIC process (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) and basic tools. Participants will have an opportunity to use the process and tools during the course to work on solutions to real problems. Come to class with a problem or project in mind.

Instructor: Jeff Lilley

#88121

Time: Wed, Oct 2, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 111

Cost: $199

 

SHOP MATH & MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS

If you are new to manufacturing or are looking to gain knowledge of the basic math and measurement instruments used in the manufacturing industry, this course is for you. The focus will be on an overview of mathematics, common industry formulas and unit conversions.  Individuals will be trained to properly read measuring instruments common to manufacturing. The knowledge gained will provide a solid foundation for individuals interested in taking the Blueprint Reading class.

Time: TBD

 

GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING (GD&T)

Acquiring an understanding of GD&T is essential to ensure that no matter who receives a drawing, they will be able to understand it. This course will provide you with essential knowledge of how to create a well-structured GD&T which will improve communications within your machine shop and ensure everyone involved is speaking the same language. GD&T concepts covered will include CNC machining tolerances, the Datum Reference Frame (DRF), interpretation of symbols, the Feature Control Frame, communicating basic dimensions and material condition modifiers.

Instructor: Ron Kilgore

Time: TBD

 

PRINCIPLES OF VALUE STREAM MAPPING                                                                                                           

This course introduces individuals to a lean manufacturing technique used to analyze the flow of materials and information required to bring a product or service to a customer.  In this course, participants will be introduced to how this diagnostic tool is used to visualize the current state of a value stream, identify opportunities for improvement and subsequently design a path to a future desired state.

Instructor: Jeff Lilley

#88124

Time: Fri, Nov 1, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 111

Cost: $199

 

MANUAL AND COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL (CNC) MACHINING

Manual Machining

This course covers precision measurements and elementary theory of cutting and machining methods with emphasis on the proper operation of the manual lathe and the vertical mill.

Time: TBD

Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CNC)

This course provides a practical application of computerized product development and related prototyping concepts as well as exposure to basic G-code programming, machine setup, manual and post processed programs, tool offsets and tool changing.  Participants will be able to implement all previously learned prototyping concepts to successfully setup and operate CNC milling and CNC turning centers.

Time: TBD

EXCEL

EXCEL INTERMEDIATE

PREREQUISITE: Beginner Excel or equivalent.

Expand upon concepts from Excel Beginner to include using advanced functions and working with various tools to analyze data in spreadsheets. Create tables, filter data, organize table data, present data as charts and enhance the look and appeal of workbooks by adding graphical objects.

Instructor: Emily O’Brien

#88126

Time: Fri, Oct 18,  9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Landscape Horticulture Bldg., LHT 102

Cost: $199

PIVOT TABLES FOR DATA ANALYSIS

PREREQUISITE: Experience working with Excel and basic PivotTables.

Advances in technology have made it possible to store ever-increasing amounts of data. The need to analyze that data and gain actionable insight is greater than ever. You already have experience working with Excel and creating basic PivotTables to summarize data, but Excel is capable of doing much more. Being able to harness the power of advanced PivotTable features and create Pivot Charts will help you to gain a competitive edge. You will not only be able to summarize data to analyze, but also organize the data in a way that can be meaningfully presented to others. Data-driven business decisions will now have a better chance for success for everyone involved.

Instructor: Rreze Zejnullahi-Berisha

#88131

Time: Fri, Sept 27, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 113

Cost: $99

EXCEL REGRESSION ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION

PREREQUISITE: Excel Intermediate

Regression analysis is used for a variety of business applications. Using data correctly will help you strategize to make better decisions, impacting future growth. This class utilizes Excel as a statistical software to draw valid conclusions with raw data. This course will help employees to understand the basic economic concepts of data analysis, and to use Excel to extract, clean, create histograms, find quartiles and standard deviation, determine skewness, run a regression analysis and finally, be able to read, understand, analyze and make decisions based on the results.

Instructor: Rreze Zejnullahi-Berisha

#88127

Time: Fri, Nov 8, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 113

Cost: $199

GOOGLE

GOOGLE CLOUD: LEARN GOOGLE’S ONLINE SUITE OF APPS AND WORK FROM ANYWHERE

PREREQUISITE: 1) Solid comfort level using a computer and software programs 2) Have a Gmail/Google account prior to class. You can do this by going to Gmail.com and creating an account. Remember to bring your sign-in and password.

Learn about Google’s powerful, free cloud-based suite of apps that allow you to work, collaborate, communicate and manage your life from wherever you are. You will learn about Google Drive/file storage, Google Docs/documents, Gmail/email, Google Slides/presentations, Google sheets/spreadsheets, Google Forms and Google Calendar.

Instructor: Alyce Garver

#88128

Time: Tues, Oct 22, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 113

Cost: $199

ONE NOTE

ONE NOTE

Microsoft OneNote is a powerful tool that provides a wide range of features for all users. Getting the most out of those features is the focus of this workshop. Topics covered in this workshop include creating a notebook, formatting text, handwriting text, drawing shapes, advanced picture tasks, customizing pages, using page templates, working with sections and section groups, syncing a notebook, managing notebook properties, managing OneNote files and backing up OneNote files. The course also covers editing tools, tags, Quick Notes and Docked Notes. Sharing, collaborating with teams, saving and printing notebooks are also discussed. The course wraps up with a look at how to customize the interface.

Instructor: Rita Williams-Bogar

#88130

Time: Fri, Oct 18, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall HH 114

Cost: $199

OUTLOOK

PUT A STOP TO YOUR INBOX MADNESS & TASK OVERLOAD

Are you overwhelmed by your email inbox and/or to-do list? Is your workday not as productive as it should be? In this course, you will learn how to use Outlook to organize your day while keeping up with your emails and tasks. You will immediately recognize the benefits and realize significant timesaving and stress-reducing results. See how you can do your work in an orderly and timely manner, tackle what is most important, get everything under control, stop missing deadlines, pack more into each day and reduce your stress.

Instructor: Emily O’Brien

#88133

Time: Thurs, Oct 10, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Location: Henderson Hall, HH 113

Cost: $199

POWERPOINT

POWERPOINT: LEARN DESIGN SKILLS TO CREATE A CUTTING EDGE PRESENTATION 

PREREQUISITE: Working knowledge of PowerPoint.

This course is for those who already know how to create a PowerPoint presentation, but want to learn more advanced functions that make your presentation sensational. Capture your audience with easy to use, impressive and powerful PowerPoint features most people don’t know about. Keep your audience’s attention with engaging messages and graphics that communicate a clear message. Have your charts build themselves before your viewers’ eyes. Learn to use these helpful tools without a huge commitment of time. This class includes everything ‘behind the ribbon.’

INSTRUCTOR: Rreze Zejnullahi-Berisha

#88132. Fri, Nov 1, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Location: Landscape Horticulture Building, LHT 102

Cost: $99

TEAMS

MICROSOFT TEAMS – COLLABORATIVE COMMUNICATION IN THE WORKPLACE

Microsoft Teams is the robust upgrade replacement for Skype for Business and is included in Microsoft Office 365. This upgrade process is ongoing as companies have been, and continue, to make the migration.  Teams is the pivotal communications app within Office 365. It maximizes and heightens both group and one-on-one work collaboration. Navigate the new interface and features as well as its seamless tie-in with Microsoft OneDrive. Learn to send instant messages, initiate audio and video conferencing, share and present files in an online meeting, set up scheduled meetings, create strong meeting agendas, switch seamlessly between two active meetings, create impromptu gatherings, share your screen, record and manage meetings using Microsoft Stream, as well as adding other program apps and web resources to any of your Teams.

Instructor: Alyce Garver

#88129

Time: Thurs, Nov 7, 9 a.m.-5p.m.

Location:  Henderson Hall, HH 113

Cost: $199

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