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Total Time: 2116.1 hour(s)
Our Business courses provide the training necessary to survive and flourish in today's fast-paced work environment. These courses include professional skills and software skills, such as leadership, Microsoft Office, and project management.
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Time: 3 hour(s)
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This series is for those who are thinking about participating in a 401(k) plan, or who already are participating, and want basic information presented in a clear manner on how such a plan functions. In concise fashion, the series explains essential 401(k) rules and covers the important features and benefits of a 401(k) plan, how to enroll in a 401(k) plan, and even some points to keep in mind about protecting investments.
Access 2000 MOS
Time: 22 hour(s)
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This series is designed to help users prepare for Microsoft Access 2000 MOS certification. It shows how to create, plan, and modify databases and tables in Access 2000. It also covers sorting and filtering, creating queries, forms and reports, and advanced tasks such as saving Access objects as Web pages, importing data, and adding hyperlinks.
This series shows how to create, plan, and modify databases and database objects in Access 2002. Courses cover the following topics: understanding relational databases, creating and planning databases, selecting and printing database objects, creating tables, entering records, modifying tables and field properties, using advanced sorts, finding records, applying and removing filters, establishing and managing table relationships, specifying query criteria, creating calculated fields, running multi-table queries, creating forms and reports, implementing standard and calculated controls in both forms and reports, importing data, saving Access objects as Web pages, and performing administrative tasks. This series is procedure focused and assumes that the student is familiar with the mechanics of getting around in a Microsoft Office application.
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The Access 2003 series of courses starts off with an overview of both database concepts in general and Access in particular. Learners then find out how to design, build, and use Access tables. Further topics include using queries, find, filter, and sort to unearth answers from data. Learners finally move on to the Access report system and delve into wizards, timesaving tips, and even a bit of programming.
Access 2003 to 2010 Upgrade
Time: 10 hour(s)
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This series will guide you through the numerous updates and enhancements released for Microsoft Access. Presented in a streamlined format to maximize training time, these courses are geared toward users who are upgrading from the 2003 to the 2010 version.
Time: 9 hour(s)
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This series covers how to use Access 2007 to create, modify, and access databases. It shows the learner how to use the Ribbon-based Access 2007 interface, as well as how to build tables, forms, and reports. Learners will also be able to use queries and filters to sort through data.
Access 2007 Advanced
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Access 2007 offers many more powerful features than a beginning user first touches. This series will explore some of the more powerful abilities of Access, including pivot tables and charts, graphs, forms, security, multitable and crosstab queries, macros, and more.
This series explores the many new and enhanced features found in Microsoft Access 2010.
Time: 36 hour(s)
This series will introduce you to the ActionScript programming language and its capabilities, covering basic programming concepts such as objects, actions, arrays, and variables.
Time: 11 hour(s)
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This series is designed to help learners who are familiar with previous versions of ActionScript to learn more about the benefits of object-oriented programming and using ActionScript 2.0.
Agile Project Management Practices & Development
Time: 6 hour(s)
This series is designed to assist project managers in understanding how agile methodologies apply to the software development lifecycle. The different models involved with these lifecycle approaches are discussed, as well as the roles required for project managers and others involved in the process. These courses focus on the fundamental principles behind software development lifecycle models in order to see how agile methodologies can enhance and improve their flow.
Agile Project Management Strategy and Analysis
This series is designed to assist project managers in understanding how to fit agile methodologies into an overall strategy that provides the right balance of control and agility. Doing that effectively requires analysis and planning. These courses focus on the principles behind agile approaches in order to see how to develop an appropriate strategy for integrating agile practices into the way they do business.
Basics of Business Math
Time: 16 hour(s)
This series is designed for users who want to improve their basic math skills. It covers basic mathematical calculations commonly used in business settings. Courses cover computing fractions and decimals, the order of operations for combined computations, and solving equations and word problems. It includes the use of proportions, ratios, and percentages, and also provides instruction on the use of a calculator for business applications.
Career Development (Videos)
Time: 2.2 hour(s)
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It is your responsibility to take charge of your own career path. Our career development programs will help you set goals, create an effective career plan and manage your own professional development and growth.
Time: 1.2 hour(s)
A successful leader encourages and guides employee development. Our coaching programs will teach you to become a mentor to your employees, helping them to make career decisions, acquire new skills and enhance professional performance.
Time: 2.9 hour(s)
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Effective communication sets the foundation for individual and organizational success. When you master effective communication skills, you gain a great deal of power - the power to get things done. Our communication programs focus on building the key skills you need to communicate successfully.
Customer Service (Videos)
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Knowing what your customers really need is the key to providing high quality customer service. Being accessible, listening to concerns and resolving problems are fundamental when building customer loyalty. Our programs will help you develop the skills to achieve total customer satisfaction.
Time: 1.3 hour(s)
Finance is the language of business. People who have strong financial analysis abilities can enhance their organization's value in the marketplace. Our finance programs focus on the principles and strategies of finance and how you can help support the financial goals of your organization.
Global Business (Videos)
It is dangerous to assume that business and communication practices do not vary across cultures. Our global business programs will familiarize you with cultural differences in business styles and prepare you to communicate effectively on a global level.
Time: 6.1 hour(s)
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When leaders create and communicate their vision, inspire others, implement strategy and champion change, organizations thrive. Our programs will help you enhance your leadership ability to create an environment of trust, credibility and integrity
Leading Teams (Videos)
Time: 1.4 hour(s)
Strong, cohesive teams are vital corporate assets and instrumental in achieving a variety of business goals. Our leading teams programs will teach you how to create, motivate and manage various types of teams to boost productivity and achieve positive results.
Time: 4.6 hour(s)
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Never before has your contribution as a manager been more important to your organization. This means you are going to have to lead as well as to manage. You need to hire, develop, motivate and retain the right talent. If you're an experienced manager on the move or a new manager, you need answers and solutions, and you need them now. That's what our management programs are all about.
Managing Within the Law (Videos)
Time: 6.5 hour(s)
There are a myriad of laws and regulations governing workplace issues such as discrimination, harassment and the hiring and dismissal of employees. Our managing within the law programs will help protect you and your employees by educating you about the laws that must guide policy and behavior in the workplace.
Sales and Marketing (Videos)
Time: 3.8 hour(s)
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Due to increased competition and cutthroat pricing, a higher level of sales and marketing skills is essential in today's marketplace. You need to get out there fast to effectively disseminate your company's name and brand. You need to find new prospects and cultivate repeat customers. Our programs will help you effectively build your brand, garner new business and close the sale.
Time: 3.5 hour(s)
Successful organizations are made up of individuals who are continually focused on developing the right skills for their job. Our self-management programs will help you develop the skills you need now and for your future.
Work and Life Balance (Videos)
Time: 2.4 hour(s)
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In today's hectic world, balancing work and personal life continues to be a constant challenge. We all want balance and we want it now. Our work lifestyle programs will provide you with up-to-date information on how to deal with today's issues faced by today's workforce.
Workplace Environment (Videos)
The workplace continues to change and evolve into a complex and often ambiguous environment. Issues such as harassment, discrimination and violence have become significant problems within this landscape. Our workplace environment programs explore the causes and consequences of these issues and specific preventive actions you can take to handle potential problem situations.
Budgeting and Saving
Time: 21 hour(s)
This series is designed to teach money management and investing skills to help the average consumer get the greatest return for his or her money. The series is for users who wish to learn how to control debt, choose credit and banking accounts wisely, and create a solid plan for retirement.
Time: 5 hour(s)
How do you build strong networks within your company and among industry peers? How do you communicate effectively with different types of people in the workplace and get your point across clearly? This series will help you build bridges and improve your business relationships.
Time: 5.3 hour(s)
The Business Ethics series provides a common sense, practical approach to doing good work, emphasizing the need for people to prepare in advance for ethical dilemmas. The series takes an honest, realistic view of how managers can help improve ethical behavior in the rushed, output-driven business environment.
Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP v2)
Time: 28 hour(s)
Prepare for your Certified Business Analysis Professional™ certification and learn everything you need to pass the exam on your first try! This study guide series is based on the BABOK® Guide v2.0, and topics include requirement planning, management, elicitation and analysis, solution assessment and validation, and underlying fundamentals. Practice exams are part of the series, containing questions using the same format as the exam and including in-depth instructional feedback.
Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP v2) Practice Exams
This series provides extensive practice for the Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP v2) exam. Questions are presented in the same style and cover the same topics as the actual exam. Students will test their knowledge, then receive comprehensive feedback about the question topic and the possible answers that were presented.
Coaching Communication Skills
Effective coaching and gaining trust depends on good communication skills. While communication may seem easy, sometimes your message can be misinterpreted, slowing down or halting the communication process. When coaching others, your intentions are not the measure of whether or not you’ve effectively communicated with the other party. The only valid test is how others respond to you. This series explains the fundamental communication skills used when coaching others, including the specific skills necessary when coaching developing and regressing performers.
Coaching for Performance
Time: 7 hour(s)
Coaching is an integral and critical part of any leader's job. To effectively drive performance in the organization, leaders must spend a significant amount of time coaching to both develop and improve performance, turn around undesirable performance, and also to sustain excellent performance. This series presents a framework for improving the performance management skills of managers and supervisors. It provides a contingency model for coaching styles and utilizes a practical diagnostic method (TRACC) for determining appropriate coaching styles. The series introduces key concepts and a sound "coaching for performance" philosophy for making a positive impact on employee development, performance, and retention.
Communicating in the World of Social Media
Every day social media assumes a more prominent role as a preferred channel of communication. The more you know about social media platforms and how to use them effectively, the more you will benefit. This social media series provides a strong foundation for understanding and using social media in the workplace.
Communicating with Power
Most people's jobs include working with a lot of people who are coworkers from across the company (or even from other companies). Many times, doing your job properly depends upon other people doing the things or having the information you need. How can you persuade, influence, and inform other people in ways that will make things happen? This series will talk about how to spark action and motivation from others, especially ones who are not in a direct line of command with you.
This series teaches the writing skills learners will need to effectively communicate in a business setting. They'll learn how to prepare for a writing task, and about strategies and skills for effective word choice, sentence building, and paragraph design.
Communication in the Workplace
Effective communication is at the heart of your success in the workplace. By acquiring and using valuable communication skills, you increase your ability perform to your highest potential. This communication series focuses on a variety of ways to help you communicate more effectively in the workplace.
Time: 4 hour(s)
This series introduces general computer use and terminology. It describes the basic hardware components of a PC and introduces basic skills for using software programs in a Windows environment.
Time: 23 hour(s)
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This series examines several basic computing concepts. Security issues are discussed, including administrative, physical, logical, and network security, and how to plan for security risks. The basic concepts of database functionality and selection are also discussed. Data processing and management is examined in detail, including teleprocessing, data transmission, and messages.
Crystal Reports 8
This series introduces users to Crystal Reports 8, a popular database reporting program. In this series, you will learn how to create standard and custom reports. You will also learn how to filter, summarize, sort, group, and manipulate data by inserting formulas and functions.
Crystal Reports XI
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Do you need to know the foundations of Crystal Reports XI? Do you want to create reports that sizzle from one or more data sources ASAP? This series will show you how to create, format, and deliver reports that get results in no time. You will learn everything from the basics of getting around in Crystal's report design environment to the subtle nuances of effective report formatting and data visualization through charting and mapping.
This series is designed to help users create and maintain good customer services. Concepts covered include defining company-wide customer service and standards, strategies for effective communication, and effective problem resolution. The series also provides an overview of creating a customer service department that includes useful tools for providing excellent customer service.
Customer Service for Managers
Increasing the number of repeat customers by five percent can double the profits of most businesses. This series illustrates the key role of customer service in building a loyal base of customers. It explains how to achieve consistent high quality service by implementing service standards, how to motivate employees to provide their best service, and how to use rewards and recognitions to build customer loyalty.
Customer Service Fundamentals
Inadequate customer service is the number one reason consumers stop patronizing one company and take their business to another. This series illustrates the importance of providing quality service, and it provides specific guidelines for delivering service in-person, by phone, by e-mail, and through instant message. It also illustrates the popular CLEAR method of handling customer complaints.
Dealing with Difficult People
Time: 8.3 hour(s)
This series presents strategies for handling interpersonal tension in the workplace. In each course, learners will gain insight into analyzing situations, determining the best courses of action, and resolving problems. Scenarios and examples include working with difficult people in any organizational situation - supervisors, peers, and subordinates.
Doing Business in China
In everyday business, it's more and more common to meet, hold conference calls, and travel overseas. When you're working with people from an unfamiliar country, how can you gain the knowledge to ensure smooth communication and to avoid an offensive faux pas? Our Doing Business In… courses will quickly give you the background to confidently reach across any cultural divide. In the Doing Business in China course, you will be introduced to the culture of China, including greetings, business meetings, and dining. Each lesson includes a video overview to quickly present the most important facts.
Doing Business in India
In everyday business, it's more and more common to meet, hold conference calls, and travel overseas. When you're working with people from an unfamiliar country, how can you gain the knowledge to ensure smooth communication and to avoid an offensive faux pas? Our Doing Business In… courses will quickly give you the background to confidently reach across any cultural divide. In the Doing Business in India course, you will be introduced to the culture of India, including greetings, business meetings, and dining. Each lesson includes a video overview to quickly present the most important facts.
Dreamweaver is a popular and powerful tool to build rich, professional Web sites and Web applications. These courses introduce the new features found in Dreamweaver 8.
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Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 lets coding and design professionals create and edit Web content in a visual layout or a coding environment. With Dreamweaver CS4, you can produce exciting, dynamic Web site designs that employ the most modern layouts and features to attract and keep Web users. The procedures and techniques you see in this course were developed on and for a Windows PC.
Time: 42 hour(s)
This series presents instruction on designing for the Web using Macromedia Dreamweaver MX. Topics include an introduction to the new interface and the basic concepts of Web design, in addition to procedures for setting up the site, managing the site and a development team, creating pages, inserting basic text, links, and images, and finding or creating Web-optimized images. The latter part of the series covers advanced topics such as tables and frames, stylesheets, DHTML, data and interactivity, and other complex designs. The content is geared toward basic computer users who are new to Web design, but is also useful for professional Web designers who wish to learn about the new features of Dreamweaver MX.
Dreamweaver MX 2004
This series presents information on designing Web sites using Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004. Topics include an introduction to the interface and the basic concepts of Web design, in addition to procedures for setting up the site, managing the site, creating pages, and inserting basic text, links, and images. The latter part of the series covers advanced topics such as tables and frames, DHTML, behaviors, and forms. Finally the series explains how to upload projects and work with templates.
E-Mailing Your Way to the Top
Time: 8 hour(s)
E-mail has become so prevalent in the workplace that we seldom think about it, and yet it is the medium coworkers see you through most often. How can your e-mails speak for you clearly, effectively, and potently? This series will walk you through building e-mail subject lines and messages that are effective and respect office etiquette. You'll also learn about e-mail safety by avoiding threats like viruses and phishing, and how to think about email confidentiality and legal security.
Time: 25 hour(s)
This series helps users understand the various considerations in planning an estate. It provides an overview of the terms and resources needed to prepare an estate plan, and explains how to determine assets, will preparation strategies and considerations, trusts, and retirement issues. Also covered are tax strategies to implement in your estate planning. This series also offers guidance on revising an estate plan throughout life changes.
Excel 2000 MOS
This series is designed to help users prepare for the MOS Excel Core examination. The series begins with basic Excel tasks, such as entering and editing data, using Find, Replace, and AutoFill, and creating hyperlinks. It also covers locating, opening, and saving files, and using the help function, Office Assistant. Formatting worksheets is covered in detail, including cell and number formatting, adjusting rows and columns, and the use of AutoFormat, styles, and Format Painter. More advanced topics covered include page setup, managing worksheets and data, and creating formulas and functions. An overview of charts and objects, including the Chart Wizard, is also provided.
Excel 2000 MOS Expert
This series is designed to help users prepare for the MOS Excel 2000 Expert examination. It covers expert-level Excel topics such as importing and exporting data, working with templates, linking workbooks, and using the Report Manager. It also covers advanced worksheet formatting, including page setup and printing, and sorting and filtering data. More advanced topics covered include ranges, macros and customization, validating and auditing data, and creating and using charts, graphs, and pivot tables. Data analysis, file sharing, and security issues are also discussed.
This series is intended as preparation for the Excel 2002 Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Core Proficiency exam. It introduces Excel's newest enhancements such as task panes for New Documents, Clipboard, Search, and Insert Clip Art; the Ask a Question box; enhancements to Find and Replace; and additional options for pasting and for inserting columns and rows. These new features, along with the productivity tools of previous versions, are taught within the context of working with cells and files, page setup and printing, worksheets and workbooks, formulas and functions, and charts and objects.
Time: 26 hour(s)
This series is designed for beginning and intermediate Excel users. This series teaches learners about creating and editing spreadsheets, what's new in the 2003 version, the Excel interface, navigating, editing, and working with text, values, and formulas, printing, formatting, creating charts and databases, and using images and hypertext in a spreadsheet.
Excel 2003 to 2010 Upgrade
This series will guide you through the numerous updates and enhancements released for Microsoft Excel. Presented in a streamlined format to maximize training time, these courses are geared toward users who are upgrading from the 2003 to the 2010 version.
The Excel 2007 series introduces learners to the newly designed Ribbon interface of Microsoft Excel 2007. It provides a basic introduction to Excel including entering and editing cell data, selecting cell ranges, and formatting worksheet data. Learners will also be able to print worksheets, add comments, complete basic calculations and formulas, and create charts using Excel 2007.
Excel 2007 Advanced
Time: 12 hour(s)
The Excel 2007 Advanced series teaches you to apply filters, use formulas and analyze data. You will be able to apply your knowledge to create complex business applications and analyses in Microsoft Excel.
Time: 2 hour(s)
This series explores the many new and enhanced features found in Microsoft Excel 2010.
Excel 2010 MOS
Microsoft Excel 2010 is a financial tool for performing calculations and other tasks automatically. It lets you accomplish a variety of business or personal tasks in a fraction of the time it would take using pen and paper. This series shows you how to work efficiently with Excel, and prepares you for the Microsoft Office Specialist 77-882 exam and Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification.
Flash is the standard tool for delivering interactivity and animation on Web sites. This series walks you through the new and improved features found in Flash 8.
Time: 29 hour(s)
Adobe Flash CS4 Professional is the leading software application for creating and delivering interaction. The advanced authoring environment of Flash CS4 provides a faster approach to animation. Flash CS4 lets you develop rich, stimulating, and informative content for digital, Web, and mobile platforms. The procedures and techniques you see in this course were developed on and for a Windows PC.
Time: 18 hour(s)
This series provides a practical guide for using Macromedia Flash MX to create animations and interactive Web sites. The Flash MX series presents information for intermediate to advanced media designers and developers who want to learn the latest techniques for animating graphics and enhancing visual media with sound and music. Topics covered include: Drawing tools, design concepts, animation techniques, text and forms in animation, compound objects, scenes, timelines, layers, filters, and masks. One full course in this series is devoted to the incorporation of sound and music into Flash movies. Each topic covered includes tips and techniques for maximizing the effectiveness of Flash MX when viewed on the Web.
Flash MX 2004
Time: 24 hour(s)
Flash MX 2004 teaches learners how to create animated web graphics and movies from scratch. Learners will be able to apply their knowledge to the creation of both dynamic and interactive Web graphics and applications.
This series provides an overview of using Microsoft FrontPage 2000 to create Web sites and pages. It discusses navigation, page and site creation, and publishing to the Web. It also examines working with images, formatting text, using tables and lists, and creating hypertext links to other pages and sites. Additional topics include creating image maps, adding backgrounds, colors, and lines, creating hover buttons, hit counters, and text marquees, and building forms in Web pages.
This series is designed for users who want to improve their grammar skills in a business setting. It examines sentence structure in detail, including parts of speech, subject/verb agreement, use of pronouns, and irregular verbs. Punctuation is discussed, including the proper use of apostrophes, quotation marks, capital letters, numbers, and abbreviations. Advanced topics include pronoun types, adjectives and adverbs, colons and semicolons, other punctuation, and modifiers.
This series introduces you to Novell's GroupWise 5.5. In this series, you will learn how to use the features of GroupWise to send and receive e-mail, set up appointments and discussion groups, create task lists and manage your schedule.
This series introduces the learner to the capabilities of Novell GroupWise 6.5. GroupWise is a collaboration tool that helps manage email communications, calendars, tasks, and documents within a group of people.
Time: 20 hour(s)
This series offers guidance on starting and managing a home-based business. It provides an overview of the options available in creating a home-based business and how to evaluate these options. Topics related to financing are examined, including writing a business plan and preparing financial statements, evaluating financing options, planning for personal expenses, and preparing for the loan application process. Office management considerations are covered, including equipment and insurance, hiring others, keeping the books and other tax considerations, and maintaining a professional image.
Innovation in the Workplace
Creativity can do more than just spark the next Big Idea for your organization. It’s also a critical skill for finding unique solutions to problems and new ways to improve on old processes. This series will help you to build your creativity and encourage it in others in productive ways that help your organization’s bottom line.
Time: 17 hour(s)
This series will teach the learner the basics of the instructional design process. Learners will discover how to identify the need for instruction and analyze the content to be taught. Best practices for designing, planning, implementing, and evaluating instruction will help prepare the learner to create instructional programs.
Internet Explorer 6
The courses in this series teaches students to use Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 to browse the Internet and to send and receive electronic mail using Microsoft Outlook Express.
Internet Explorer 7
This series introduces the new look and features of Internet Explorer 7. Learners will be able to securely use this updated web browser to perform searches, print documents, and access streaming content.
Internet Explorer 8
Time: 1 hour(s)
This series will introduce the features and enhancements that accompany the latest version of the popular Internet Explorer browser.
Time: 27 hour(s)
This series examines the interview process, from obtaining an invitation to an interview to follow-up after the interview. The employer's perspective is discussed, and interview preparation is covered in detail. Proper interview demeanor, including listening and answering, asking questions, effective communication, and negotiating is discussed. Strategies for getting past screening interviews, navigating tough interviews, resolving objections, and managing the follow-up process are also provided.
Introduction to PCs
Time: 35 hour(s)
This series is designed to introduce users to personal computers. Users will learn what a PC is and what an operating system is. They will learn basic computer skills such as turning a computer on, logging on to Windows, and working with files. Users will also learn to identify and use the major components of a PC, both externally and internally, including: disk drives, monitors, mice, keyboards, and printers.
This series covers basic investing information and strategies. Fundamental topics covered include planning your financial goals, budgeting, managing diversification and risk, and options for retirement savings. Organization of finances is covered in detail, including analyzing net worth, putting aside emergency funds, and proper record keeping. An in-depth examination of investment options, including stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, is provided. The series concludes with a thorough discussion of planning for the future with solid investment strategies, retirement planning, and insurance coverage.
Lotus Notes 6.5
This series focuses on the major components of Lotus Notes 6.5. It introduces basic concepts such as navigation, views, databases, and security. Use of mail with Lotus Notes 6.5 is covered in detail, along with using the calendar, to do lists, and address books. This series also discusses editing, formatting, and managing Notes documents, and linking and attaching files to documents. Advanced topics include using Lotus Notes 6.5 with the Web, replication, and using Notes remotely.
Lotus Notes 8.5
Almost every user knows that Lotus Notes allows them to send and receive e-mail. But Lotus Notes also offers many more services, including calendar management, instant messages, a browser, and more. Learn how to use and make the most of all of these features with this series.
Lotus Notes R5
Time: 43 hour(s)
This series provides a comprehensive overview of Lotus Notes R5. It introduces basic concepts such as navigation, views, databases, and security. Use of mail with Lotus Notes R5 is covered in detail, along with using the calendar and Address Books. This series also discusses using Lotus Notes to surf the Web, editing, formatting, and managing documents, and linking and attaching files to Notes documents. Advanced topics include finding and viewing data, replication, and using Notes remotely.
The Management Fundamentals series provides learners with basic theories, skills, and tools they can use to improve their performance as managers.
Management Skills Introduction
The Management Skills Introduction series teaches learners core management skills. Learners will be able to apply their knowledge to the successful management of projects, people, and time.
Change is an undeniable aspect of today's business world. The leaders of an organization are called upon to guide their teams through the change process and to provide a critical bridge between the old way of doing things and new work practices. This series shows managers the three major elements of leadership in times of significant change -- the need to refocus yourself, to lead the team, and to work effectively with individual team members.
Managing with an HR Perspective
There are a myriad of laws and regulations governing workplace issues such as employee rights, discrimination, harassment, and the hiring and dismissal of employees. This series will help protect you and your employees by educating you about the laws that must guide policy and behavior in the workplace.
This series presents the concepts of providing motivation for employees. It discusses developing a vision, a common goal, and direction for workers. Topics covered include using effective communication, conducting effective meetings, and encouraging creative problem-solving. The series also discusses rewarding effort and correcting mistakes without damaging motivation. Other topics examined include time and stress management, training and education and motivation, and building trust. This series is designed for those interested in improving their skills in coaching and motivating employees.
Motivation Methods and Strategies
This series provides insight for motivating team members in the workplace. Learners will understand principles for leading and coaching employees and will discover methods of motivating a team through rewarding top performers, correcting weaker performers, and building trust. Learners also will become familiar with established psychological theories that support these motivational strategies.
Time: 19 hour(s)
This series presents strategies for negotiating in business and daily situations. It covers techniques for developing a negotiation plan, evaluating the opposition, and taking advantage of body language, props, timing, questions, and correspondence. It presents strategies for gaining control in negotiation situations, and effective methods of getting past obstacles and closing a negotiation. Several everyday negotiation scenarios are explored, with tips for effective negotiation techniques to apply to these situations.
When you think of negotiation, you may imagine a tense room full of stressed-out business people carving out a deal. But the truth is, negotiation is for anyone who attempts to get what they want, and this includes just about all of us. This series addresses the fundamentals of effective negotiations, such as how to prepare for a negotiation, communicating effectively, understanding your opponent, and managing the variety of circumstances that can arise in the midst of a negotiation.
This series introduces users to the Microsoft Office 2000 environment, including several Office applications. It covers basic tasks common across Office applications, such as navigation, starting and exiting programs, and working with files, and covers text editing and printing functions. An in-depth exploration of document formatting is also provided. This series also provides an introduction to Word (word processing), Excel (spreadsheet), Outlook (electronic mail), PowerPoint (presentation), and Access (database), covering the basic functions of each application.
This series describes products and features that are new in this version of Office and common to each of the applications in the suite. InfoPath and OneNote are new products introduced in this version of Office. The new features include XML support, Smart Documents, the Research task pane, new collaboration tools, and improved developer tools. The series also covers new features in each Office application.
The new Office package is changing the old interface with new features on an interface now known as the Ribbon. How do you find the commands you already know? What new commands are available in Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Access? Take a look at the changes in Office 2007 and learn how to make the most of them.
Microsoft Office 2010 improves on Office 2007 to make your working day even more efficient and effective. New image-editing tools help you design documents that stand out from the crowd. New social networking tools help you connect with colleagues. You can post documents to the Internet, and then view or edit those documents through a Web browser or mobile phone. You can embed and edit videos within slide presentations, and turn slide presentations into videos themselves. You can track trends in spreadsheet data with new filtering and visualization tools.
This series explains and introduces new and changed features in Office XP applications. Targeted for experienced Office users, the courses in this series highlight the new features of Office XP including task panes, smart tags, and SharePoint Team Services. Additionally, a course is devoted to discussing the most important changes to Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access, and FrontPage. The entire series features the XP interface in the screen captures.
This series teaches users how to use the major components of Outlook: Outlook Today, Contacts, Inbox, Calendar, Notes, and Tasks. Topics include navigating between components in Outlook; adding and using information about contacts; reading, sending, customizing, and organizing e-mail messages; scheduling appointments, events, and meetings; and creating tasks and notes.
The Outlook 2003 series of courses teaches learners how to use the major components of the Outlook 2003 program: Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Notes. Topics include navigating between Outlook modules and reading, sending, customizing, and organizing e-mail messages. Learners will also find out how to schedule appointments, add and use information about contacts, and create tasks and notes. In addition, the courses will delve into the collaboration, security, and personalization features of Outlook 2003.
Outlook 2003 to 2010 Upgrade
This series will guide you through the numerous updates and enhancements released for Microsoft Outlook. Presented in a streamlined format to maximize training time, these courses are geared toward users who are upgrading from the 2003 to the 2010 version.
Time: 15 hour(s)
Outlook is the most common email application in the world. And it includes many features beyond just email, including the calendar, meeting management, tasks, and contact information, that can all interact with each other. This series will examine all of these features and more in the latest version of Outlook that has been released with the Office 2007 package.
This series explores the many new and enhanced features found in Microsoft Outlook 2010.
Paint Shop Pro 5
This series provides an introduction to using Paint Shop Pro 5 to create graphics. It describes how to create, open, and save files, and how to perform basic manipulations such as cropping, resizing, changing colors, and rotating images. Advanced topics presented include using the Image Browser, adjusting an image's brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, and lightness, working with layers, text, and drop shadows, and printing images.
Time: 40 hour(s)
This series is designed for computer users who have limited or no computer experience. The series of courses provides an overview of computer hardware, storage, software, and security and copyright considerations. This series also provides introductory instruction on using a personal computer and various PC applications including word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation, browser, as well as electronic mail applications.
This series is designed to introduce users to the functions of Photoshop. An overview of managing graphics files is provided, including navigating the Photoshop interface, opening, closing, and saving files, and changing image resolution and size. An explanation of different graphics formats is provided. Other topics covered in this series include the color, paint, pen, and brush tools, selecting, cropping, and retouching images, and using text, files, and actions. Advanced features covered include creating and manipulating layers, using plug-ins, and the Transform command. Image manipulation techniques are also discussed, including lighting, sharpening, blurring, and adjusting focus.
Time: 44 hour(s)
Total Items: 13
This series is designed for beginning and intermediate Photoshop users. This series teaches users about image editing, what's new in version 7, the Photoshop interface, pixels, saving and printing, using the tools, making and modifying selections, layers, creating text effects, filters, color correction, and web graphics.
Time: 33 hour(s)
This series provides learners with an overview of the most frequently used features of Photoshop CS. It teaches learners about navigation, selection, layers, layer styles, adjustment layers, layer masks, filters, color, as well as a variety of painting, drawing, and text tools. Learners will also become familiar with using Photoshop CS for image output and Web design.
Adobe Photoshop CS4 is the leading digital image editing software. The Photoshop CS4 interface lets you work intuitively to design and manipulate images for print layouts, web publishing, multimedia, video, and photography. Photoshop CS4 is the perfect tool for establishing a workflow that can help you express creativity in visual form. The procedures and techniques you see in this course were developed on and for a Windows PC.
PowerPoint 2000 MOS
This series shows users how to create presentations using PowerPoint 2000. The series is designed to help users prepare for the MOS PowerPoint 2000 Core examination. The basics of PowerPoint, including navigation, templates, copying and deleting slides, and modifying the Slide Master, are presented. Detailed information on layout concepts and inserting text is provided, as well as how to integrate graphics and tables in presentations. Advanced topics covered include adding custom features and formatting, producing notes and handouts, running a slide show, and Web-based features such as hyperlinks, emailing slides, and publishing to the Web.
This series teaches the user how to create presentations and edit page layouts. The user will learn how to add text, graphics and tables to slides. The series also discusses customizing individual slides as well as the entire slide presentation. This series is designed for anyone who is interested in learning about the features of PowerPoint 2002.
The PowerPoint 2003 series is designed for beginning and intermediate PowerPoint users. This series teaches learners about creating and editing presentations and individual slides, outlining presentations, and printing presentations. The courses also detail topics such as formatting presentations and slides and using masters, color schemes, and templates. Learners will find out how to incorporate pictures, clip art, sound, video, and animation into a presentation. Finally, the courses cover how learners can use PowerPoint with the Internet and when collaborating with others.
PowerPoint 2003 to 2010 Upgrade
This series will guide you through the numerous updates and enhancements released for Microsoft PowerPoint. Presented in a streamlined format to maximize training time, these courses are geared toward users who are upgrading from the 2003 to the 2010 version.
Office 2007 includes the latest version of PowerPoint, the presentation creation package that helps add visual impact and dynamic information to your presentations. This series will walk you through creating your own presentations.
This series explores the many new and enhanced features found in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010.
Public speaking is a frightening task to many people, but it's also a crucial tool in career success. This series offers tips to help you prepare and deliver more powerful presentations.
Problem Solving Through Productive Thinking
One of the greatest abilities of leaders - whether in management positions or on the front line - is the ability to see the root of problems and quickly enact effective solutions. This series will pass on some of the skills and tips that will help you to better identify problems, find their causes, and get their solutions under way.
Project 2000 MOS
This series teaches users to manage projects using Microsoft Project 2000, and is intended as preparation for the Project 2000 Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Core Proficiency exam. Topics include starting projects and customizing settings; organizing and scheduling tasks; assigning resources and managing workloads; tracking and reporting progress; and communicating with the project team using Project Central.
Time: 30 hour(s)
The Project 2003 series is designed to help learners with the basics of Microsoft Office Project 2003. This series explains how to set up a project; manage project files; create a task list; schedule tasks; view a schedule; define and assign resources and costs; track a project; and analyze progress and revise a schedule.
Get projects under control with Microsoft Project’s latest version, 2007. Build schedules, communicate effectively with everyone involved, chart your progress, and keep track of budget and project materials. This series will show you how to use this complex tool to save time and maximize your projects’ success.
Microsoft Project 2010 is a powerful tool for managing resources, costs, and deadlines. New features like the Team Planner, user-controlled manual scheduling, inactive tasks, and the Timeline make designing and managing projects easy and intuitive. Project 2010 also incorporates the Ribbon interface that's familiar to anyone who uses Office 2010 applications.
This series provides a detailed examination of project management concepts and strategies. It discusses the seven components of a management system and the five phases of the project life cycle, and looks at factors that affect cost and quality. The project manager's role is explored in detail, and strategies for defining the project are examined. Tasks such as developing the Work Breakdown Structure, estimating and scheduling resources, scheduling computations, and tracking project activities are discussed. The close-out phase of a project is also covered. Other topics include formalizing project management standards, developing a project team, and strategies for becoming a more effective project manager.
Project Management from a People Perspective
This series goes beyond the basic mechanics of project management and focuses on the people side of getting projects accomplished. It helps you develop a deeper understanding of interpersonal dynamics that can make you more effective in leading a project team. Look to this series for topics such as building a team, leading a team, influencing team members across departments, communicating, documenting, and balancing multiple projects.
Project Management Professional Certification 2005
This series complements the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) in preparing a learner for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam. This series will provide the learner with an understanding of the exam and how the Project Management Institute (PMI) views the topical areas associated with the initiation, planning, execution, monitoring and control, and closeout of projects.
Project Management Professional Certification 2009
The more important a project, the more it needs a standardized system to plan and organize it to be completed efficiently. The Project Management Institute’s PMP (Project Management Professional) certification is the industry-leading standard for verifying a project manager’s ability to successfully shepherd projects from beginning to end. This study guide will prepare you to initiate, plan, execute, monitor, control, and close a project using project quality standards as laid out in the fourth edition of the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). This series of courses will address all the objectives needed to pass the Project Management Professional Certification 2009.
Project Management Professional Certification 2011
The more important a project, the more it needs a standardized system to plan and organize it to be completed efficiently. The Project Management Institute’s PMP (Project Management Professional) certification is the industry-leading standard for verifying a project manager’s ability to successfully shepherd projects from beginning to end. This study guide will prepare you to initiate, plan, execute, monitor, control, and close a project using project quality standards as laid out in the fourth edition of the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). This series of courses will address all the objectives needed to pass the updated Project Management Professional Certification 2011.
This series is designed for users who want to use QuickBooks 6.0 as a business accounting system. An overview of the application is presented, including using the EasyStep Interview process to enter basic company information and set up accounts. Tasks covered including setting up company records, entering historical data, managing accounts, and creating lists, reports, and graphs. Managing invoices, sales tax information, bills, and assets is also covered. Additional topics covered include managing payroll and employee data, managing taxes, online banking, and creating budgets. QuickBooks is a registered trademark or registered service mark of Intuit Inc., or one of its subsidiaries, in the United States and other countries.
This series is designed for learners who want to use QuickBooks 2004 as a business accounting system. Tasks covered include using the EasyStep Interview to set up QuickBooks; adding accounts and customers; setting up security; tracking invoices, purchases, and payments; using timesaving features; recording inventory and assets; and working with taxes, equity, and liabilities. QuickBooks is a registered trademark or registered service mark of Intuit Inc., or one of its subsidiaries, in the United States and other countries.
QuickBooks Pro 2012
Time: 2.5 hour(s)
QuickBooks Pro 2012 has several new and improved features that will help you to perform accounting tasks more efficiently. This series will provide an overview of these features and highlight some of the uses for these enhancements. Improvements to Calendar View and memorized transactions allow you to track business events. With Doc Center you can attach files to nearly any item and the new Lead Center feature lets you track sales leads directly from QuickBooks. Improved integration between QuickBooks and Excel makes reporting tasks even easier.
This series is designed to help users plan for a financially secure retirement. Basic concepts of financial planning, goal setting, and maximizing assets are discussed. Also covered are strategies for finding good professional financial advisers. An in-depth discussion of investing strategies is provided, including company retirement plans, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, allocation and diversification of funds, and tax strategies.
SAP R/3 Release 4.6
This series provides an overview of SAP R/3 Release 4.6. It examines the features of Release 4.6, using the interface, and working with the User Menu. Using the task screen is covered in detail, including how to use the tool bar and menu bar with tasks. Users are shown how to enter a basic task, how to search for and modify previously-entered tasks, and how to print tasks. Additional topics covered include methods for optimizing your installation of R/3 by adding shortcuts and favorites and configuring the GUI, using multiple sessions, and using R/3 help functions. The series also discusses how to create and use reports.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 will have a long lasting impact on the governance and financial accountability of publicly held companies. This series will provide the learner with an overview of the Act. Learners will master guidelines for making company policies, procedures, systems, and controls Sarbanes-Oxley compliant. Learners will also examine management certification responsibilities and noncompliance penalties under the Act.
Time: 1.5 hour(s)
The Sexual Harassment series is a broadly-focused introduction to sexual harassment designed for employees in non-management roles. It covers the definition of harassment under the law, including the two major varieties (quid-pro-quo and hostile work environment). It also describes the strategies you can use to prevent harassment and the tools most companies provide for responding to harassment. The series includes a variety of advanced media and interactive elements, including testimonial videos with individuals describing their experiences and You Be the Judge video-based activities that allow the learner to assess the facts of real court cases to determine if they meet the legal definition of harassment.
Sexual Harassment Awareness for Managers
The Sexual Harassment Awareness for Managers series provides sexual harassment training tailored for employees in management or supervisory roles. It covers the definition of harassment under the law, including the two major varieties (quid-pro-quo and hostile work environment). It also covers the triggering events that should lead to a sexual harassment investigation and the steps to follow when a complaint arises. Finally, it describes strategies you can use to prevent harassment. The series includes a variety of advanced media and interactive elements, including testimonial videos with individuals describing their experiences and You Be the Judge video-based activities that allow the learner to assess the facts of real court cases to determine if they meet the legal definition of harassment.
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Time: 3.3 hour(s)
This series works to educate managers and non-managers about the causes and effects of sexual harassment in the work environment. It looks at the elements that define behavior as harassment, methods that can be used to prevent it from occurring, as well as ways to deal with the situation if it happens. The Sexual Harassment in the Workplace series complies with the following legislation: California: Government Code 12950.1 (AB 1825), California Code of Regulations 7288, Connecticut General Statute Section 46a-54-204 and Maine Revised Statute, Title 26, Section 807.
This series provides learners with the information they need to use SharePoint 2003 to help their organization manage their documents and files, as well as to enable their users to collaborate with one another. In addition to teaching the every-day user how to manage documents, lists, and tasks, it also teaches the Site Administrator how to set up and manage SharePoint sites and libraries.
Time: 14 hour(s)
SharePoint 2007 is a content and information management system for your organization. This series will help you use your SharePoint 2007 sites to share documents, collaborate on processes and materials, and find and share data throughout your organization.
This series explores the many new and enhanced features found in Microsoft SharePoint 2010.
Six Sigma (Videos)
Time: 0.9 hour(s)
Six Sigma is a strategy and methodology for improving the performance of an organization, focused on fact- and data-based decision making. These programs explain the basic principles of the Six Sigma process and the steps for successfully deploying it in an organization.
Stress is among the most common and harmful issues facing people in the working world. The information, practices, and exercises in this series will help you understand, control, and reduce stress.
Teams That Work
This series teaches the learner practical methods for establishing and maintaining teams that maximize the collective strengths of their members. Learners will also acquire valuable team leadership skills.
Time Management for Maximum Productivity
It always seems like we could use an extra two hours (or more!) in the day. How can we manage our time and be truly productive in the office, and in life? This series will introduce you to the most important rules of time management, including not just how to get more done, but how to choose the things you do to give your day the biggest impact possible.
Time Management Fundamentals
This series describes specific time-management strategies that learners can apply to make their work time more efficient and productive.
This series introduces users to Microsoft Visio 2002, a powerful diagramming and drawing application that can be used to create business and technical diagrams. Learners will study the basics of the Visio 2002 interface and tools, explore the templates, stencils, and pre-defined shapes provided with Visio, and construct simple Visio diagrams.
If you need to explain a complicated process, flowchart, organizational chart, or other diagram, Visio is the tool to help you. This series will walk you through using Visio to build visual information that easily communicates complex topics.
Windows 2000 Basics - Client
This series introduces you to the new features of Windows 2000 Professional that enhance reliability, manageability, and mobility.
Learn what's new in Microsoft's latest, highly anticipated operating system, starting with the stunningly modern user interface that you can personalize to suit your taste and needs. You'll become familiar with new features such as Windows Live and Internet Explorer 8 (IE 8), be able to search your PC and the Internet using Bing, and discover the ease and fun of working with digital media. You'll also find more technically oriented information about essential topics including deployment, administration, and security.
Windows 8 may be the most important upgrade since Windows 95. Windows 8 introduces a radically new look and feel that enables Windows for a new generation of mobile hardware devices. Windows 8 also jettisons or changes some familiar elements of the Windows interface. This series is based on the Consumer Preview and Release Preview versions of Windows 8. It explains how the latest version of Windows works, to help users make sense of new features and techniques.
This series teaches you about the new Vista interface, features, and applications.
Windows XP Upgrade
This series provides an overview of the features available in Windows XP Home Edition and Windows XP Professional. Users will be introduced to the new interface of Windows XP, the multimedia and reliability features of the Home Edition, and the advanced networking and system administration functions of the Professional version.
Word 2000 MOS
This series covers the basic features and capabilities of Microsoft Word 2000. It is designed to help users prepare for the MOS Word 2000 Core Exam. It discusses document management techniques, including document creation and display, creating document folders, sending documents through email, and adding hyperlinks. The series also examines how to add, delete, and format text, and various paragraph formatting techniques. Additional topics covered in this series include page formatting, printing, creating tables, and inserting objects into Word documents.
Word 2000 MOS Expert
This series presents advanced topics and tasks for Microsoft Word 2000, and is designed to help users prepare for the Word 2000 MOS Expert Exam. Topics covered include page formatting, including sorting, Find and Replace, and using footnotes, document management, including inserting references, a table of contents, and indexes, Mail Merge, and inserting and embedding Excel worksheets, graphics, and charts. Advanced features are discussed, including macros, customized toolbars, forms, and fields. This series also discusses workgroup features such as tracking document changes, inserting comments, using document protection, and Round Trip documents.
This series of courses is designed to teach the student how to use Word 2002 in the Windows XP operating system. This series covers the basics of Word 2002 and continues into the advanced features and procedures. This series teaches all objectives for the Microsoft Word 2002 Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Core Exam and includes a complete list of these objectives, which the student can print to hard copy.
Time: 32 hour(s)
This series is designed for beginning and intermediate Word users. This series teaches users about creating and editing documents, what's new in the 2003 version, the Word interface, navigating, editing, and working with text, spell checking, printing, formatting, styles, templates, borders, tables, columns, lists, and using images in a document.
Word 2003 to 2010 Upgrade
This series will guide you through the numerous updates and enhancements released for Microsoft Word. Presented in a streamlined format to maximize training time, these courses are geared toward users who are upgrading from the 2003 to the 2010 version.
This series shows you how to use Word 2007 to create word processing documents. It shows you how to use the Ribbon-based Word 2007 interface, how to create and format documents, and how to add lists, tables, and images to your documents.
This series explores the many new and enhanced features found in Microsoft Word 2010.
Word 2010 MOS
Total Items: 11
Prepare for the Microsoft Office Specialist: Microsoft Office Word 2010 Certification Exam 77-881 and prove your skills using Microsoft Word 2010. You will prepare for the exam by learning how to efficiently navigate the features and functionality of the Word 2010 application to draft and edit documents for a variety of professional purposes and situations. Using a task-oriented approach, you will learn to create the work products required for the MOS certification.
This series provides a comprehensive look at Microsoft Works. It discusses basic tasks for getting started with Works, including operating the Works Task Launcher, using Task Wizards and help, managing documents, printing files, and working with multiple windows and applications. It explains how to use the Works word processor to create and edit documents, and how to format Works documents. It also covers how to use the Works spreadsheet, including entering, selecting, and manipulating data, using formulas and functions, formatting the spreadsheet, and creating charts. Additional topics include using the Works database for basic organization and presentation tasks, using the Calendar, and Works functions that can be used across multiple applications in Works.
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