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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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Conflict Management

Developing Your Leadership Skills

Developing Your Professional Career

Identity Theft

Introduction to 3D Printing

Law for Non Lawyers

Leadership Principles

Photoshop for Presentations


Retire Rich: Smart Retirement Steps for 20 and 30 somethings

Strategic Selling with Social Media

The Basics of Bookkeeping

Business Communication
Effective Copywriting

Marketing Business Publications

Negotiation: Get What You Want

Self Publishing eBooks

Using Personality Profiles for Better Work Performance

Writing News and Press Releases

Dementia Care

Spanish for Medical Professionals

Human Resources
Applying Lean Sigma Practices to HR Functions

Your Workplace Your Employees & The Law

How to Avoid Fatal Leadership Errors

Collaborative Management

Lean Six Sigma

Program Evaluation for Nonprofits

Revenue Generation for Nonprofits

Stress Management

Personal Development
Introduction to Fiction Writing

Professional Development
Creative Problem Solving

Powerful Presentations & Effective Speaking Techniques

Social Media for Business
Instagram for Business

Technology Skills
Introduction to Coding

Introduction to Web Design

Training and Education
Certificate Program Icon Certificate in Teaching Adults

Developing Hybrid Courses

Training for K12 Teachers
Gender in the Classroom

Generational Learning Styles

Online Learning and Teaching for K12 Teachers

Social Media and Online Tools for K12 Teachers

Students with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder)

Substitute Teacher Preparation

Using Cell Phones in the Classroom

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.