16 training courses found
This course is for anyone who wants to learn Final Cut Pro X. It doesn't matter if you already have experience with Final Cut Pro X or are a complete newbie to the software.
In this course, you will go through and learn the entire branding process, from how companies choose their brands, measure their effectiveness, and what strategies they use to keep a brand successful in today's marketplace. You will also learn about personal and online brands, and how you can build your own personal brand.
In this General Secretary course, students will learn the foundational skills that all secretaries should have when they are sitting behind a desk. This course includes: What a General Secretary Is ,Types of Secretaries ,Reception ,Scheduling ,Travel Arrangements ,Word Processing ,File System Management ,Spreadsheets ,Correspondence ,Dictation ,Office Equipment ,Effective Communication Skills ,Time Management ,Handling Difficult Situations ,Better to Have Training or Experience.
This course has been designed to assist not only people involved solely in payroll management, but also for small business owners, and business people looking to get the edge over their competitors. Written for both seasoned professionals and business newcomers Payroll Management 101 is sure to provide you with all you need to know.
The statistics are staggering with how many people suffer from credit problems. Millions, with that number growing because of the economy, are actually using credit to keep their heads above water.
This course is designed for anyone who wants a little more than just a cursory overview of statistics, but who doesn't want to get bogged down in the mathematical theory that underlies it. This statistics course introduces the basic concepts of statistical analysis, with a focus on both univariate (single-variable) and bivariate (two-variable) data.
This General Receptionist course will help to obtain the basic office skills necessary to perform professionally and efficiently the daily tasks required of a receptionist. As they progress through each lesson they will learn how to become a skilled receptionist in today's technology-based offices.
This course provides the important legal information you want as an entrepreneur and business owner. The course is ideal for helping you decide important factors to consider when leaving your current employer and taking the jump to your own business.
This course covers a beginner to intermediate level introduction to Google Analytics. It walks you through the set up process and helps you work with important dashboard metrics that you can use to improve website conversions and traffic.
This course will teach you what you need to know in order to become accomplished at finding that perfect "middle-ground" in any deal. For those who relish the idea of engaging in what some call the "dance" of compromise, you will also profit from the beneficial information contained within this course.
This course is a practical "how to" that will guide you through the maze of conflicting priorities, self-doubts, disorganization, over-commitments, and limitations that in the past have kept you from successfully managing time. It offers a step-by-step format for achieving balance between your personal and professional lives.
This course will teach you how to successfully use Premiere Pro no matter if you have ever used the program before or not. Both the beginner and seasoned user can benefit from this course, starting with the basics of the program including navigation and continuing on to more advanced features.
This course will discuss all the necessary information you need to know about employees and independent consultants, what benefits you are responsible for, taxes, discrimination issues, unionization, and workplace safety. You will learn the ins and outs of how to advertise a job position, and how to effectively interview so that your hiring process goes smoothly.
In this self-paced course you will learn how you can avoid conflict from developing, and methods you can use to resolve conflicts that are occurring and affecting your workplace. Animosity; Dissent; Anger; Frustration; Rage; Disagreements; Differences of opinion; Yelling; Personal attack; Vindictiveness.
This course will provide tools for effective and meaningful problem solving. The good news is that many academics, business consultants, and leaders in all fields have explored these areas and have developed effective models and strategies that work.
The majority of the course is dedicated to reaching statistically justified conclusions on the basis of these descriptive statistics. For instance, does the average value of one data set deviate from another in what might be called a "statistically significant" manner? To this end, the course covers cross tabulation of data (including the chi-square test), correlation, linear regression, Student's t-tests, analysis of variance (ANOVA), repeated measures analysis, and factor analysis.