What to do now:
1. Click on the web page of the certificate or course of interest for more information

2. See when the next course starts


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Cyber Security for Managers

Extraordinary Customer Service

Business Communication
Certificate Program Icon Certificate in Customer Service
Extraordinary Customer Service
Keys to Customer Service

Effective Copywriting

Health
Spanish for Medical Professionals

LEED Green Workplace
LEED v4 Green Associate Exam Prep & Study Group

Management
Stress Management in the Workplace

Social Media for Business
Google +

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HTML Fundamentals
CSS Fundamentals
Introduction to Coding

Training for K12 Teachers
Generational Learning Styles

Social Media and Online Tools for K12 Teachers

Substitute Teacher Preparation

People in ComputerWhat to do now:
1.Click on the web page of the certificate or course of interest for more information

2.See when the next course starts

3.Register (info in the left hand column)



What You do:

  1. In the online classroom,
    - listen to audio lectures,
    - view slides,
    - even take an optional quiz to test yourself.

  2. Discussion and Questions. Then post written comments in the online discussion with your fellow participants and the instructor.  Your instructor logs on once a day to answer questions and join in on the discussion.

  3. Readings. Many courses have online readings of up to 20 pages a week.

  4. Participate anytime of day or night. The ideal is to go online 2-3 times a week, but you decide.


It’s easy! It’s fun.

Most courses are offered 4 times a year.

Classes start the first Monday of the month.

New to online learning?  Our online learning tutorial begins the week before classes start.

ComputerTechnical requirements:
-Internet access with Internet Explorer; Firefox; or Safari web browser.
-Audio software such as Windows Media, Real, Quicktime, or Flash.
- Speakers to listen to audio.