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  • Communication Skills
    This course provides students with a foundational knowledge of interpersonal communication, including lessons on Introduction to Communication, Fundamental Factors for Effective Communication, and Effective Listening. Upon completion, students will have the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively communicate with others.
  • Critical Thinking Skills
    This course provides students with critical thinking, which is a fundamental skill for effectively making decisions, problem-solving, and accessing creative solutions. The strategic approach that is critical thinking unlocks opportunities for personal and professional growth and encourages a path of lifelong learning. We can consider critical thinking as an umbrella term for a collection of skills and qualities that allow one to approach a decision or problem in a strategic and logical way.
  • Cybersecurity Essentials for Work
    This course provides a solid foundation of essential cybersecurity knowledge employees, interns, or students should possess in order to make them an informed and engaged digital citizen poised to protect an organization’s electronic data and digital infrastructure from common cybersecurity threats.
  • Human Resource Essentials
    This course is designed to familiarize students with concepts related to human resource management, including legal requirements, employee selection considerations, and employee development and evaluation. This course provides a foundational knowledge of human resources functions, issues, and strategies, as well as the basic competencies and responsibilities of a human resource department. This course will help you better understand the role of Human Resource function and the role this discipline plays within the workplace.
  • Interview Skills
    This course provides students with assistance in seeking and securing employment. Upon completion, all students will have the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in going through the interview process and obtaining employment. Topics covered include Applying for a Job, Interview Communication Techniques, The Role of Social Media and the Internet in Your Job Search, and other employment techniques that provide a basic foundation of employability skills.
  • Materials Management
    This course teaches students the flow of goods and services, from order placement to product or service delivery. The management of material resources is an essential workplace skill and includes everything from managing resources for a project to keeping an office supplied with what you need for daily operations. It is a skill that is critical for every organization, from healthcare providers to retail, to offices, and beyond. Every organization, big or small, needs to recognize what they have in stock and what they need to meet their goal, whether they are providing a service or a finished product.
  • Personal Financial Management
    This course provides financial literacy to students which is a fundamental life skill. Developing and growing this skill means not only assuring day-to-day financial stability, but also laying the groundwork that will set students up for future success by having adequate emergency funds, in building solid credit, and planning for future expenses.
  • Teamwork
    This course covers strategies and techniques that will help students become a more effective and valued team member. Working on a team means that you have to be able to successfully communicate and collaborate with others. As a result, learning constructive ways to acknowledge differences and show respect is critical. Also, central to healthy communication is the ability to handle conflict. Though you may not be a team lead, you can still make an important contribution by being a strong team member and modeling leadership characteristics. This course will teach you the fundamental skills necessary to be a strong team player and contribute to the overall success of your team.
  • Time Management
    This course provides a solid foundation in the skills, tools, and strategies employees, interns, or students should possess to manage varying tasks and calendars effectively and efficiently. By placing these skills in a context of personal, social, and professional goals or priorities this course aims to build the resources, confidence, and direction necessary to take control of your time and increase your productivity through the development of a time management plan. In this course, students will learn about the skills and behaviors of time management, see some of the many benefits time management can offer, and start to reflect on ways to better manage their time.
  • Workplace Financial Management
    This course provides practical workplace financial management skills that will allow students to effectively manage resources to maximize progress towards a business goal. Utilizing standard workplace tasks, students will be introduced to common terms and strategies for determining the success of employers.
  • Written Communication
    This course will review common errors and tips and tricks to help students improve their writing. It will teach them how to create specific artifacts such as emails, business letters, and meeting communications. Additionally, we’ll review communication etiquette, as well as best practices in the use of instant messenger software.
  • Bonus Class - OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry
    The OSHA Outreach Training Program for Construction Industry provides training for entry-level workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in the Construction industry. The program also provides information regarding workers' rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint. Through this training, OSHA helps to ensure that workers are more knowledgeable about workplace hazards and their rights.
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