Course Title Description Length
Access 2003: Advanced Students will learn how to use a variety of complex query techniques, create more efficient forms and reports, and create and use macros to automate their forms. In addition, students will gain experience with Internet related features, including hyperlinks and the Web toolbar. 1
Access 2003: Level 1 Students will learn the basic skills necessary to begin using Access 2003. They will design
and create databases, tables, queries, forms, and reports.
1
Access 2003: Level 2 Students will learn how to enhance database designs by using the principles of normalization and table relationships. Students also learn how to query multiple tables for data that is used
in customized forms and reports. Additionally, students learn how to create data access pages to share data
over an intranet or the Internet.
1
Access 2007: Level 1 Students will learn the basic operations of the Microsoft Access database application, including designing and creating new databases, tables, and relationships; creating and maintaining records; locating records; and producing reports based on the information in the database. 1
Access 2007: Level 2 Students will learn how to maintain data integrity; handle complex queries, forms, and reports; and share data between Access and other applications. 1
Access 2007: Level 3 Your training in and use of Access™ 2007 has provided you with a solid foundation in the basic and intermediate skills for working in Access™ 2007. You have worked with the various Access objects, such as tables, queries, forms, and reports. In this course, you will extend your knowledge into some of the more specialized and advanced capabilities of Access by structuring existing data, writing advanced queries, working with macros, enhancing forms and reports, and maintaining a database. 1
Access 2007: Level 4 In previous levels, you were introduced to the various features of Microsoft® Office Access™ 2007 that dealt with local database management. However, effective database management calls for mastering the advanced administrative and collaborative features of Access. In this course, you will exchange data with other applications, automate business processes by using VBA code, and secure and share databases. 1
Access 2007: New Features You have worked with Microsoft® Office Access™ 2003 (or earlier), and you now need to be aware of the additional
features in the latest release of the software for improving the
management, presentation, and distribution of your databases.
In this course, you will be introduced to the new features
available in Microsoft® Office Access™ 2007.
0.5
Access 2010: Level 1 Students will learn the basic operations of the Microsoft Access database application, including designing and creating new databases, tables, and relationships; creating and maintaining records; locating records; and producing reports based on the information in the database. 1
Access 2010: Level 2 Students will learn how to maintain data integrity; handle complex queries, forms, and reports; and share data between Access and other applications. 1
Access 2010: Level 3 Your training in and use of Access™ 2010 has provided you with a solid foundation in the basic and intermediate skills for working in Access™ 2010. You have worked with the various Access objects, such as tables, queries, forms, and reports. In this course, you will extend your knowledge into some of the more specialized and advanced capabilities of Access by structuring existing data, writing advanced queries, working with macros, enhancing forms and reports, and maintaining a database. 1
Access 2010; Level 4 This course is designed for students who have a thorough understanding of the basic and advanced user features of the Microsoft® Office Access® 2010 application, and are interested in learning introductory level administrator skill sets. The course is also for students who may be working in a web-based environment and may need to adapt Access applications to the environment.  You will exchange data with other applications, automate business processes by using VBA code, and secure and share databases 1
Access: Introduction to Application Development Introduction to Application Development is hands-on instruction that will guide students through the process of developing
an application by using one or more Access databases.
2
Adobe Acrobat Professional; Level 1 Students will create and modify PDF documents using Acrobat to organize and share documents in a business environment, as well as implement electronic document review workflows. 1
Adobe Contribute If you need to update your Web site’s content, but don’t have time to learn Web
programming, then Adobe Contribute is the solution you’ve been looking for. This class shows students how to get up and running fast with this revolutionary site maintenance tool. Start editing text, uploading images and even add new pages to a site, all without having to worry about HTML, CSS, FTP. In addition to showinstudents how to maintain site content,  the class also shows site administrators how to optimize a site for Contribute users and set up
Contribute permission groups and connections. It’s all anyone needs to begin contributing!
1
Adobe Dreamweaver: Advanced Dreamweaver Level 2 is a hands-on course that will introduce students to advanced
concepts of the Dreamweaver Web development application. In this course, students will expand
on the knowledge they gained in the Dreamweaver Level 1 course. Students will work with advanced Web site creation features available in Dreamweaver, including libraries and behaviors.
In adtion, students will use many of the new features available within the HTML 4 standard including
style sheets and layers.
2
Adobe Dreamweaver: Level 1 Dreamweaver: Level 1 is hands-on instruction that will introduce students to the basics of the Adobe Dreamweaver Web development application. 2
Adobe Flash: Level I Flash: Level 1 is a hands-on course that will introduce students to the basics of creating objects and animating in Macromedia’s Flash. Students will explore the basics of Flash, including tools and features, and will create different types of animations. Finally, students will publish material for the Web. 1
Adobe Illustrator: Level 1 Illustrator® Level 1 is a hands-on course that will introduce you to the basics of Adobe® Illustrator® . Adobe Illustrator is a sophisticated graphics program capable of creating complex and attractive illustrations and type effects. In this course, you
will learn many of the basic skills that will allow you to take advantage of Illustrator’s powerful
tools.
1
Communication —
How We Understand
Each Other
The course is designed to introduce concepts in communication and communication
styles. A portion of class time is spent on a practice activity used to highlight the concepts taught, using analysis and synthesis discussion to reinforce concepts. Activities are varied, using individual activities, team activities involving members of the team to
which the student is assigned for the class, group activities that involve the entire class or
a mixture of these. The culminating practice activity is a fun, active set of communication exercises involved with the construction of a Lego Space Transport.
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Crystal Reports: Level 1 Crystal Reports: Level 1 is the primary recommended course students should take if their job responsibilities require them to obtain output from databases. In this course students will build basic list and group reports that work with almost any database. 2
Crystal Reports: Level 2 Since students have probably completed the first course, or are familiar with the basics of building and modifying reports, they are ready to move ahead to create complex reports and data sources using Crystal Reports tools. In this course, students will not only learn how to create more sophisticated reports like subreports and cross-tabs, they will also learn how to increase the speed and efficiency of reports by using SQL queries and dictionaries. 2
Effective Business Writing Though businesses increasingly rely on technology, technological skills alone do not guarantee success in the workplace. Ideas must still be developed, expressed clearly, and others persuaded of their viability. This course offers students effective strategies to sharpen writing skills by structuring ideas logically, exercising diplomacy in letters and reports, and shaping arguments. 1
Effectively and Efficiently Managing Multiple Projects Managing varied and numerous priorities on projects can be minimized
with clear, concise goals and objectives, proper communication and good time management. In addition, this course includes strategies that go beyond these basic
concepts. It introduces to a project manager how to take multiple projects, put them on a
timeline, determine resource requirements, handle emergencies and put the project
manager in charge of their work.
1
Excel 2003 Skill Builder Topics The current economical climate presents paradoxical challenges.  With a reduced work force employees must be more productive to meet increased individual work demands. But funds and time for the training to learn skills that would increase productivity are limited.
Skill Builder Sessions allow employees to get the exact training required to be more productive with a minimum commitment of time and financial resources.  They are also excellent review sessions.
Course Length – 1 ½ hours
Price – $30/topic.  Each additional topic taken on the same day is $25.
1.5 hrs
Excel 2003: Advanced Students will learn automate some common Excel tasks, apply advanced analysis techniques to more complex data sets, collaborate on worksheets with others, and share Excel data with other applications. 1
Excel 2003: Charting and Organizing Data Students will learn the skills and concepts necessary to create charts and to use the list management
capabilities  Excel 2003.
1
Excel 2003: Introduction to  VBA Students will learn to create and edit macros, and gain an understanding of Visual Basic for Application (VBA) code. 1
Excel 2003: PivotTables and PivotCharts PivotTables are powerful! PivotTables allow users to combine, compare and summarize thousands of rows of data into just a few rows. What’s more, pivot tables are interactive. Rows and columns are easily rotated, allowing users to analyze your data from different perspectives. Users can then drill down into specific data points for areas of interest. After this course students will be able to: build and manipulate a basic PivotTable, filter and group PivotTable data, format a PivotTable, change and create summary calculations and create a PivotChart from a PivotTable. This class is appropriate for the experienced Excel user. Previous experience with PivotTables is not necessary. 1
Excel 2003: Power Charting This course is designed for the user experienced with creating and formatting basic charts in Excel but needing or desiring to expand their charting skills. Upon completion of the course students will be able to: understand chart types and what to use when, create custom chart types, create combination charts, chart from multiple worksheets and workbooks, work with trend lines and error bars, utilize advanced chart techniques and tricks, use Excel charts in other applications and avoid common chart-making mistakes. This class is appropriate for the experienced Excel user who has created, modified and formatted basic charts. It is not appropriate for users with no or little charting experience. 1
Excel 2003: Worksheets Students will learn basic worksheet Excel skills, including worksheet development and how to work with data in worksheets. 1
Excel 2007 Skill Builder Topics The current economical climate presents paradoxical challenges.  With a reduced work force employees must be more productive to meet increased individual work demands. But funds and time for the training to learn skills that would increase productivity are limited.
Skill Builder Sessions allow employees to get the exact training required to be more productive with a minimum commitment of time and financial resources.  They are also excellent review sessions.
Course Length – 1 ½ hours
Price – $30/topic.  Each additional topic taken on the same day is $25.
1.5 hrs
Excel 2007: Level 1 Students will gain the skills necessary to create, edit, format, and print basic Microsoft Office Excel 2007 worksheets. 1
Excel 2007: Level 2 Students  will use Microsoft Office Excel 2007 to streamline and enhance your spreadsheets with templates, charts, graphics, and formulas. Students will also learn to streamline repetitive tasks. 1
Excel 2007: Level 3 In this course, you will extend your knowledge into
some of the more specialized and advanced capabilities of Excel
by automating some common tasks, applying advanced analysis
techniques to more complex data sets, collaborating on
worksheets with others, and sharing Excel data with other applications.
1
Excel 2007: New Features You have worked with Microsoft® Office Excel®
2003, and you now need to be aware of the additional features in
the latest release of the software for improving the management,
presentation, and distribution of your spreadsheets. In this
course, you will work with the new and enhanced features in
Microsoft® Office Excel® 2007.
0.5
Excel 2007: PivotTables and PivotCharts PivotTables are powerful! PivotTables allow users to combine, compare and summarize thousands of rows of data into just a few rows. What’s more, pivot tables are interactive. Rows and columns are easily rotated, allowing users to analyze your data from different perspectives. Users can then drill down into specific data points for areas of interest. After this course students will be able to: build and manipulate a basic PivotTable, filter and group PivotTable data, format a PivotTable, change and create summary calculations and create a PivotChart from a PivotTable. This class is appropriate for the experienced Excel user. Previous experience with PivotTables is not necessary. 1
Excel 2007: Power Charting This course is designed for the user experienced with creating and formatting basic charts in Excel but needing or desiring to expand their charting skills. Upon completion of the course students will be able to: understand chart types and what to use when, create custom chart types, create combination charts, chart from multiple worksheets and workbooks, work with trend lines and error bars, utilize advanced chart techniques and tricks, use Excel charts in other applications and avoid common chart-making mistakes. This class is appropriate for the experienced Excel user who has created, modified and formatted basic charts. It is not appropriate for users with no or little charting experience. 1
Excel 2007: VBA In the previous Excel courses, you used Excel to simplify business tasks, including the creation of spreadsheets, graphs, charts, and formulas that were difficult to create and nearly impossible to maintain using pencil and paper. You now want to simplify your work in the Excel environment by automating many of the repetitive tasks that are part of the spreadsheet development. In this course, you will apply the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) programming language to simplify many of the tasks that you can perform using various tools and functions in Excel 2007. 0
Excel 2010: Level 1 Students will gain the skills necessary to create, edit, format, and print basic Microsoft Office Excel 2010 worksheets. 1
Excel 2010: Level 2 Students  will use Microsoft Office Excel 2010 to streamline and enhance your spreadsheets with templates, charts, graphics, and formulas. Students will also learn to streamline repetitive tasks. 1
Excel 2010: Level 3 In this course, you will extend your knowledge into
some of the more specialized and advanced capabilities of Excel
by automating some common tasks, applying advanced analysis
techniques to more complex data sets, collaborating on
worksheets with others, and sharing Excel data with other applications.
1
Excel 2010: PivotTables PivotTables are powerful! PivotTables allow users to combine, compare and summarize thousands of rows of data into just a few rows. What’s more, pivot tables are interactive. Rows and columns are easily rotated, allowing users to analyze your data from different perspectives. Users can then drill down into specific data points for areas of interest. After this course students will be able to: build and manipulate a basic PivotTable, filter and group PivotTable data, format a PivotTable, change and create summary calculations and create a PivotChart from a PivotTable. This class is appropriate for the experienced Excel user. Previous experience with PivotTables is not necessary. 1
Excel 2010: Power Charting This course is designed for the user experienced with creating and formatting basic charts in Excel but needing or desiring to expand their charting skills. Upon completion of the course students will be able to: understand chart types and what to use when, create custom chart types, create combination charts, chart from multiple worksheets and workbooks, work with trend lines and error bars, utilize advanced chart techniques and tricks, use Excel charts in other applications and avoid common chart-making mistakes. This class is appropriate for the experienced Excel user who has created, modified and formatted basic charts. It is not appropriate for users with no or little charting experience. 1
Grammar Essentials You learned the rules of grammar in school, but now you would like to refresh and refine your grammar usage for your professional life. You need to articulate your ideas clearly and succinctly in written communications and present yourself in a professional manner. In this course, studetns will review the rules of grammar, identify common grammar errors, and refine business writing style.” 1
GroupWise 7.0: Level 1 Students will learn how to use GroupWise to work with mail messages, as well as notes, tasks, and appointments. Students will learn the tools GroupWise contains to help them work efficiently. 1
GSA Proposal This course provides businesses with the keys to creating a GSA proposal that lead to a GSA contract and to paying work with the federal government and its prime contractors. The course introduces government logistical and bureaucratic processes, teaches how government agencies think and act, what to expect throughout the process, how to build and negotiate a GSA proposal and contract with a minimum of stress and steps and what to do once the GSA has awarded a contract to your company. The level of step-by-step, item-by-item detail in this course is unprecedented for similar courses. 1
HTML: Web Authoring, Level 1 If you have surfed the Internet, you undoubtedly have an idea of what Web pages are and have
seen some of their capabilities and limitations. However, merely using the World Wide Web will
not give you an understanding of how these pages are created. This course presents the basics
of this foundational Web technology and enables students to create functional Web pages.
1
HTML: Web Authoring, Level 2 In this course, students will use HTML tables (learned how to create in Level 1) to lay out
the contentWeb pages. Students will create new and different kinds of hypertext links, expanding existing understanding of links between Web pages. Students will create forms and
add dynamic and multimedia content to your pages in order to increase the interactivity and
appeal  Web pages. Students will apply Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) formatting to
elements in new ways and harness the true power of CSS by applying the same styles to multiple documents.
1
HTML: Web Authoring, Level 3 This course is designed to introduce developers to the elements, attributes,
and development techniques of HTML 4.01, particularly those elements and attribus
that are only supported by Netscape Navigator 6.0 and later and Microsoft Internet
Explorer 6.0 and later. Many elements and attributes in HTML 4.01 have rarely beeused due to lack of browser support. These new features add a new level of power,
flexibility, and accessibility to Web documents. With the introduction of more standards-compliant
browsers, developers can now use these new techniques to build more
efficient, usable, and standards-compliant Web sites.
1
Java: Programming Language Java 2: Programming Language introduces the foundations of Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) technology. Students will explore concepts and perform hands-on exercises to apply what they learn. Java is the language of choice for the Internet. Java enhances productivity by allowing the inheritance of methods and
properties from the well-organized Java Class Library. Students will build Graphical User Interfaces and handle various events. Students will explore multi-threading and how it can improve the performance of applications. Students will also use many methods of the Graphics class to draw shapes.
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JavaScript Programming Students will learn how to write JavaScript programs that use the latest language techniques. Students will also learn how to write programs that are compatible with previous versions
of the language and are cross-browser compatible.
3
JavaScript Programming – Advanced Students who are already familiar with the fundamentals of JavaScript programming will learn
how to develop scripts that are modular, easily maintainable, and compatible with multiple browsers.
Students will learn debugging techniques and how to use advanced programming features suchs
custom objects, arrays, and cookies. Students will also learn how JavaScript communicates with other
software such as applets and server-side scripts.
1
Keyboarding Basics Computer Keyboarding Basics will teach students how to type using all ten fingers and, with practice, without looking at the keyboard. We do this by learning how to enhance typing speed by using the principles of touch-typing. Students will also become more familiar with Microsoft Word as it is used to do the practice exercises. We start out by learning and becoming comfortable with a few keys, adding new keys after mastering previous ones (example; typing them without having to think about where they are located on the keyboard). With each session we will reinforce what we have learned in the previous sessions as a basis for new challenges. By the end of the course students will be typing complete sentences using letters numbers and punctuation. This class meets one day a week for seven weeks, 2 hour sessions 0.3
Managing and Resolving Conflicts in Projects Conflict is as inevitable in a project environment as change seems to be. This course
identifies the basic concepts of conflict in projects and project teams, reviews the positive and negative value of conflicts, identifies when conflicts may occur and methods to resolve and manage conflicts so they do not interfere with the success of the project.
The course is designed to assist a project manager who has basic PM training in dealing
with various types of conflict during a project. A variety of learning methods are used, including instructor presentations, group discussions, activities and practice.
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Managing Time with Microsoft Outlook Students learn how to navigate outlook, e-mail management, calendar management, and task management. 0.5
Microsoft ASP NET This course provides students with the fundamentals of Web application site implementation by
using Microsoft ASP.NET and Microsoft Visual Basic .NET. It also focuses on using the Microsoft Visual
Studio .NET environment and the Microsoft .NET platform to create an ASP.NET Web application that
delivers dynamic content to a Web site.
5
Microsoft Office 2007: New Features Having worked with the applications in Microsoft®
Office 2003 you must also get to know the features present in
the latest release of the application. Microsoft® Office 2007: New Features comes with enhanced features for improving the
management, organization, and distribution of your data. In this course, you will work with the new and increased features in Office 2007.
1
Object-Oriented Programming: Principles This course introduces you to general principles underlying the practice of object-oriented
programming. The concepts and principles in this course are presented in a generic manner, and as such
are intended to prepare the student for programming in virtually any object-oriented programming language. Where specific illustrations are required, they are presented through pseudo-code.
1
OneNote 2010 This course is designed for users who take notes and use automated tools to organize and manage the notes.  You will create, edit, organize, and enhance notes and also integrate them with other applications using Microsoft OneNote 2010. 1
Outlook 2003: Level 1 This course will provide students with the skills needed to start sending and responding to email in Microsoft® Outlook® 2003, as well as maintaining a Calendar, scheduling meetings, and working with tasks and notes. 1
Outlook 2003: Level 2 If you have been using Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 as a communications tool, then you know how to send a mail message; schedule appointments and meetings; and create contacts, tasks, and notes. This course provides students with the necessary skills to customize the Outlook environment, calendar, and  mail messages so that they meet  specific needs. Students will also learn how to track, share, assign, and quickly locate various Outlook items. 1
Outlook 2007: Level 1 This course is the first in a series of three Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 courses. It will provide you with the skills you need to start sending and responding to email in Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007, as well as maintaining your Calendar, scheduling meetings, and working with tasks and notes. In this course, you will compose and send email, schedule appointments and meetings, manage contact information and tasks, and use notes. 1
Outlook 2007: Level 2 If you have been using Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 as a communications tool, then you know how to send a mail message; schedule appointments and meetings; and create contacts, tasks, and notes. This course is the second in a series of three Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 courses. In this course, you will customize your Outlook environment, Calendar, mail, folders, and also track, share, assign, and quickly locate various Outlook items. 1
Outlook 2007: Level 3 This course is the third in a series of Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 courses. It builds on the email and calendaring skills you have already obtained and will provide you with the skills needed to personalize email, organize Outlook items, manage Outlook data files, share and link contacts, save and archive email, create forms, and work offline and remotely. 1
Outlook 2007: New Features After having worked with Outlook® 2003, you must also get to know the features present in the latest release of the application. Outlook® 2007 comes with new features for improving the management, organization, and distribution of your Outlook items. In this course, you will work with the new and enhanced features in Outlook 2007. 1
Outlook 2010; Level 1 This course is intended for people who have a basic understanding of Microsoft Windows and want to know how to use Outlook to manage their time and information.
Outlook 2010; Level 2 This course is designed for experienced Outlook users who need to customize their Outlook environment, calendar, and email messages and who wish to track, share, assign, and locate various Outlook items.
Outlook 2010; Level 3 This course is intended for persons with an intermediate understanding of Outlook who need to use Outlook to personalize and organize their email, manage Outlook data files, share and link contacts, archive items, create forms, and work offline and remotely.
PowerPoint 2003: Level 1 Students will learn the basic skills necessary to begin effectively creating presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint. 1
PowerPoint 2003: Level 2 As a PowerPoint 2003 user familiar with the basics, you are able to convey information clearly without much glitz. That is okay, but you can do better. Audiences expect more than the basics. In this course, students will enhance presentations with features that will transform basic presentations into those with a powerful means of communication. 1
PowerPoint 2007: Level 1 Students will learn the basic skills necessary to begin effectively creating presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint. 1
PowerPoint 2007: Level 2 Students will work with design templates, various types of diagrams, special effects, custom slide shows, collaboration functionality, and advanced presentation delivery. 1
PowerPoint 2007: New Features You have worked with Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2003 (or earlier) to create presentations. PowerPoint 2007, with its redesigned interface, enhanced features, and results-oriented authoring tools, improves the process of creating dynamic presentations. In this course, you will work with the new and enhanced features available in Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2007. 0.5
PowerPoint 2010: Level 1 Students will learn the basic skills necessary to begin effectively creating presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint. 1
PowerPoint 2010: Level 2 Students will work with design templates, various types of diagrams, special effects, custom slide shows, collaboration functionality, and advanced presentation delivery. 1
Project 2003: Creating and Managing Projects The topics in this course cover the critical skills necessary to create and modify a project plan file that contains tasks, resources, and resource assignments. Students will exchange project plan data with other applications, update project plans, create custom reports, reuse project plan information, and collaborate on project plans with others. They will then have the opportunity to work with a project plan once it has entered the project implementation phase. 2
Project 2003: Creating and Managing Projects – Condensed All topics included in our two day Creating and Managing a Project course are covered in one day.  This class moves at a quick pace.  If you have never used Microsoft Project this may not be the course for you, but if you have used Microsoft Project and cannot dedicate two days for the class, this is the class for you. 1
Project 2007: Level 1 In this course, you will create and modify a project plan containing tasks, organize these tasks in a work breakdown structure containing task relationships, create and assign resources, and finalize the project to implement the project plan. 1
Project 2007: Level 2 Microsoft® Project 2007 Level 2 is the second course in the Microsoft Project 2007series. In Level 1 you used your project management skills to create a complete project plan. The plans need to be updated and modified regularly to keep the project moving on track. This course will build upon the knowledge gained, and give you the opportunity to work with a project plan once it reaches the project implementation phase. You will exchange project plan data with other applications, update project plans, create visual reports, and reuse project plan information. 1
Project 2010: Level 1 In this course, you will create and modify a project plan containing tasks, organize these tasks in a work breakdown structure containing task relationships, create and assign resources, and finalize the project to implement the project plan. 1
Project 2010: Level 2 Microsoft® Project 2010: Level 2 is the second course in the Microsoft Project 2010 series. In Level 1 you used your project management skills to create a complete project plan. The plans need to be updated and modified regularly to keep the project moving on track. This course will build upon the knowledge gained, and give you the opportunity to work with a project plan once it reaches the project implementation phase. You will exchange project plan data with other applications, update project plans, create visual reports, and reuse project plan information. 1
Project Management Fundamentals This course provides an introduction to basic Project Management theory. The curriculum
provides definitions, examples, and case studies designed to promote skill building for the
specific module, and interaction and discussion among the participants. Some of the modules
incorporate Microsoft Project as the tool to demonstrate electronic organization and Project
Management practice.
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Risk Management This course provides instruction in the risk management knowledge area of project
management. The course is designed for project managers who have completed basic PM training and needing to obtain detailed information regarding the nature of project risk and opportunity. The curriculum provides information about the major risk categories of risk
identification, risk quantification, risk  response development and risk
response control. More specifically, the students will learn useful insights into e
different types of risk related to the critical areas of scope, time and cost management. A
variety of learning materials and practice is provided to reinforce learning objectives.
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Site Designer Design Methodology and Technology is a 40-hour course that teaches students how to create and manage Web sites with tools such as Macromedia Dreamweaver MX and Flash MX, Fireworks, Photoshop. Learn the following various technologies; CSS, JavaScript, DHTML, Java Applets, Plug-ins, to name a few. Students will also implement the latest strategies to develop third-generation Web sites, evaluate design tools, discuss future technology standards, and explore the incompatibility issues surrounding current browsers. The course focuses on theory, design and Web construction, along with information architecture concepts, Web project management, scenario development and performance evaluations 5
Visio 2003 Professional: Level 1 In this course, you will learn fundamental skills while creating several types of diagrams using Microsoft® Office Visio® Professional. You will create a directional map, a block diagram, a basic and a cross-functional flowchart, an organization chart, and an office layout. 1
Visio 2003 Professional: Level 2 In this course, you will expand on the knowledge you gained in the Visio 2003 Professional: Level 1 course. You will work with many advanced features, including using the drawing tools, creating and working with custom stencils and templates, and sharing your Visio drawings with other applications. 1
Visio 2007: Level 1 Microsoft® Office Visio® Professional 2007 has a host of features that are instrumental in creating pictorial representations of information. In this course, you will learn the essentials of Visio by designing and manage basic diagrams, workflows, and flowcharts. 1
Visio 2007: Level 2 Microsoft® Office Visio® Professional 2007: Level 2 is the second course in the Microsoft Visio 2007 series. In Microsoft® Office Visio® Professional 2007: Level 1, you used the various templates to design and manage workflows and flowcharts. This course will build upon the knowledge gained, and enable you to work with many advanced features, including using the drawing tools, creating and working with custom stencils and templates, and sharing your Visio drawings with other applications. 1
Visio 2010: Level 1 Microsoft® Office Visio® has a host of features that are instrumental in creating pictorial representations of information. In this course, you will learn the essentials of Visio by designing and manage basic diagrams, workflows, and flowcharts. 1
Visio 2010: Level 2 Microsoft® Office Visio® Level 2 is the second course in the Microsoft Visio 2010 series. In Microsoft® Office Visio® Level 1, you used the various templates to design and manage workflows and flowcharts. This course will build upon the knowledge gained, and enable you to work with many advanced features, including using the drawing tools, creating and working with custom stencils and templates, and sharing your Visio drawings with other applications. 1
Windows XP: Introduction Students will gain the skills needed to create a document, organize files, create an efficient work environment, work with media, clean up their system, and find information on the Internet 1
Word 2003 Skill Builder Topics The current economical climate presents paradoxical challenges.  With a reduced work force employees must be more productive to meet increased individual work demands. But funds and time for the training to learn skills that would increase productivity are limited.
Skill Builder Sessions allow employees to get the exact training required to be more productive with a minimum commitment of time and financial resources.  They are also excellent review sessions.
Course Length – 1 ½ hours
Price – $30/topic.  Each additional topic taken on the same day is $25.
1.5 hrs
Word 2003: Advanced You will create, manage, revise, and distribute long documents, forms, and Web pages. 1
Word 2003: Level 1 Word processing is the use of computers to create, revise, and save documents for printing and
future retrieval. This course is the first in a series of three Microsoft® Office Word 2003 courses. It
will provide students with the basic concepts required to produce basic business documents.
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Word 2003: Level 2 In the first course in this series, Microsoft Word 2003: Level 1, students gained all the basic skills that are needed to create a wide range of standardized business documents. Once basic skills have been mastered, the next step is to improve your proficiency. To do so, users can customize and automate the way Microsoft® Word 2003 works, and users can improve the quality of  work by enhancing documents with customized Microsoft® Word 2003 elements. In this course, students will increase the
complexity of  Microsoft® Word 2003 documents by adding components such as customized lists, tables, charts, and graphics. Students will also create personalized Microsoft® Word 2003 efficiency tools.
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Word 2007 Skill Builder Topics The current economical climate presents paradoxical challenges.  With a reduced work force employees must be more productive to meet increased individual work demands. But funds and time for the training to learn skills that would increase productivity are limited.
Skill Builder Sessions allow employees to get the exact training required to be more productive with a minimum commitment of time and financial resources.  They are also excellent review sessions.
Course Length – 1 ½ hours
Price – $30/topic.  Each additional topic taken on the same day is $25.
1.5 hrs
Word 2007: Level 1 Word processing is the use of computers to create, revise, and save documents for printing and future retrieval. This course is the first in a series of three Microsoft® Office Word 2007 courses. It will provide you with the basic concepts required to produce basic business documents. 1
Word 2007: Level 2 If you use Microsoft® Word 2007 on a regular basis, then once you have mastered the basic skills, the next step is to improve your proficiency. To do so, you can customize and automate the way Microsoft® Word 2007 works for you. You can also improve the quality of your work by enhancing your documents with customized Microsoft® Word 2007 elements. In this course, you will create complex documents in Microsoft® Word 2007 by adding components such as, customized lists, tables, charts, and graphics. You will also create personalized Microsoft® Word 2007 efficiency tools 1
Word 2007: Level 3 You know to use Microsoft® Office Word 2007 to create and format typical business documents. Now, you may need to work on more complex documents. In this course, you will use Word to create, manage, revise, and distribute long documents and forms. 1
Word 2007: New Features In the past, you have extensively used Microsoft® Office Word 2003 to author and format content and graphics within documents. Word 2007 with its new features, user-friendly formatting, design, and authoring tools, improves the process of document creation and distribution. In this course, you will be introduced to the new and enhanced features available in Microsoft Office Word 2007. 0.5
Word 2010: Level 1 Word processing is the use of computers to create, revise, and save documents for printing and future retrieval. This course is the first in a series of three Microsoft® Office Word 2010 courses. It will provide you with the basic concepts required to produce basic business documents. 1
Word 2010: Level 2 If you use Microsoft® Word 2010 on a regular basis, then once you have mastered the basic skills, the next step is to improve your proficiency. To do so, you can customize and automate the way Microsoft® Word 2010 works for you. You can also improve the quality of your work by enhancing your documents with customized Microsoft® Word 2010 elements. In this course, you will create complex documents in Microsoft® Word 2010 by adding components such as, customized lists, tables, charts, and graphics. You will also create personalized Microsoft® Word 2010 efficiency tools 1
Word 2010; Level 3 This course is designed for persons who want to gain skills necessary to manage lengthy documents, collaborate with others, and secure documents 1
XML: An Introduction XML: An Introduction is a gentle introduction to XML. It is designed for both
technical and non-technical students. All of the central XML technologies are covered, including XSLT,
XML DOM, XML Linking, DTDs, and XML Schema. In addition to XML-specific technologies, other Webcentric technologies are also discussed.
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