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1 STATE OF NEW JERSEY JON S. CORZINE DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL ROLANDO TORRES, JR. GOVERNOR COMMISSIONER 200 WOOLVERTON AVENUE, BLDG. 20 P.O. BOX 318 TRENTON, NJ December 17, 2007 Dear Instructor: Thank you for your interest in partnering with the Department of Personnel s Human Resource Development Institute (HRDI). The bid packet for Computer courses includes all of the information you will need to successfully apply for the new bid cycle. Please note that the bids you submit will be effective for the two year time period of July 1, 2008-June 30, The deadline for submitting your completed bid packet is January 18, 2008 The Computer packet includes a check list, instructions, bid sheets, and course frameworks. The frameworks provide a description of the courses and the objectives that are to be covered in the course delivery. Please read the instructions carefully and provide all the requested information. Failure to provide all the requested information will result in the disqualification of your application. Also, you will be required to complete the Treasury forms that are mandatory of all contractors conducting business with a State agency (refer to the Completed Bid Packet Checklist for Applicants to see what Treasury forms are required). All material requiring completion should be forward to the attention of Tira McCants. If you have any questions about the material in this packet or the bid process, please contact Tira McCants at (609) or Thank you again for your interest in partnering with HRDI to serve the training and development needs of the New Jersey Government workforce. Sincerely, Cathy Maria Samuels, Director

2 200 Woolverton Avenue, Bldg. 20 P.O. Box 318 Trenton, NJ COMPUTER COURSES APPLICATION PACKET 2

3 BID PACKET CHECKLIST This Bid Packet includes: Cover letter Bid Packet Checklist Instructions Completed Bid Packet Checklist for Applicants Application Course Groupings Cover Pages Course Groupings Bid Sheets Course Frameworks 3

4 1. READ all the instructions before proceeding. INSTRUCTIONS 2. FILL OUT, DATE and SIGN the application. Please note: HRDI will no longer accept bids from brokers. 3. REVIEW the Qualifications and Requirements and Specific Target Audience before bidding on the courses you are interested in delivering. 4. REVIEW the Course Frameworks. Please note that HRDI reserves the right to increase class size beyond what is noted on the Course Frameworks. 5. ENTER the per diem or day rate (6 hours) or half day (3 hours) amount for all the courses you would like to deliver for HRDI. 6. PLEASE NOTE: that you must also be registered with the State of New Jersey Department of Treasury, Division of Revenue, P.O. Box 252, Trenton, N.J Please contact them at or visit their website at: 7. SUBMIT your application along with all the completed supporting documentation, Treasury forms and HRDI Service Agreement. 4

5 Completed Bid Packet Checklist for Applicants Please submit only the supporting documentation requested below by the January 18, 2008, deadline. Incomplete or late bid packet submissions will not be accepted for consideration. INSTRUCTORS A completed signed application A resume (with dates documenting your relevant experience which meets our qualifications and requirements) Completed bid sheet(s) for the course(s) you are interested in teaching and your per diem amount Three (3) letters of recommendation from previous customers (If you are an Adjunct that has conducted business for HRDI during the current bid cycle, letters of recommendation are not required). Treasury forms MacBride Principles form Ownership and Disclosure Form-2pages NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS SET-OFF FOR STATE TAX Set-Aside Contract Affirmative Action Employee Information Report & Instructions Affirmative Action Supplement W-9/Questionnaire & Municipality Codes Chapter 271 Chapter 51 (formerly 134) New Jersey Standard Terms and Conditions Chapter 129 DPA form Chapter 129 Waiver form 5

6 Bid INSTRUCTOR APPLICATION Last Name First Name MI Company (for Vendors only) Address City State Zip Code Telephone Location Preference(s): North Jersey Central Jersey South Jersey (Check all that apply) Availability: Morning Afternoon Evening (Check all that apply) Relevant Experience: (Attach additional pages if needed) Please list experience that qualifies you to be an instructor, curriculum designer and/or facilitator as follows: Instructor Experience: List of courses taught Frequency Audience Certifications: (Attach additional pages if necessary) Please list any professional certifications you have obtained within the last 15 years: Signature: Date: 6

7 COURSE GROUPING COVER PAGE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: INTRODUCTORY COURSES INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEMS INTRODUCTION TO WEB AND SEARCHES WORD PROCESSING TOOLS SPREADSHEET TOOLS PRESENTATION TOOLS DATABASES TOOLS PROJECT MANAGEMENT TOOLS REPORTING TOOLS 7

8 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Qualifications & Requirements: Bachelor s Degree or Microsoft Office Specialist Certification or Equivalent Two or more continuous (or aggregate) years of recent experience delivering stand-up computer application training to adults with varying levels of computer skills Knowledge of Adult Learning Theory and Facilitation Skills General Target Audience: Business Application End Users including but not limited to novices and advanced users in the following areas: o Microsoft Office Suite Applications o MS Project o Database Concepts o Business Objects o Keyboarding 8

9 INTRODUCTORY COURSES: Additional Qualifications & Requirements: 1. Demonstrable knowledge of professional keyboarding at a level that is not only consistent with the content and objectives of this course but also allows for the fielding of appropriate questions regarding keyboarding skills. 2. Two or more continuous (or aggregate) years of recent experience delivering keyboarding training to adults with varying levels of computer skills Specific Target Audience Daily Bid ($) Keyboarding for Professionals (p.18) New computer user introduction to the keyboard and its functionality. Additional Qualifications & Requirements: 1. Demonstrable knowledge of PC hardware and software, specifically the use of advanced Windows tools and utilities, at a level that is not only consistent with the content and objectives of this course but also allows for the fielding of appropriate questions regarding major features of this product. 2. Two or more continuous (or aggregate) years of recent experience delivering stand-up computer application training to adults with varying levels of computer skills. Specific Target Audience Daily Bid ($) Experienced PC users who want to advance their general understanding of computers and networking and basic computer maintenance and troubleshooting skills. PC Introduction to Windows Vista (p.19) PC Introduction/ Windows XP (p.20) Name: (Please PRINT clearly) 9

10 INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEMS: Additional Qualifications & Requirements: 1. Demonstrable knowledge of Windows XP and 2007 software at a level that is not only consistent with the content and objectives of this course but also allows for the fielding of appropriate questions regarding major features of this product. Specific Target Audience Daily Bid ($) Windows XP Introduction (p.21) 1. New Windows users of Windows XP software. 2. New Windows users of Windows 2007 software. Windows Vista Introduction (p.22) Upgrading to Windows Vista (p.23-24) Name: (Please PRINT clearly) 10

11 INTRODUCTION TO WEB AND SEARCHES: Additional Qualifications & Requirements: Demonstrable knowledge of Internet Explorer software and online searches at a level that is not only consistent with the content and objectives of this course but also allows for the fielding of appropriate questions regarding major features of this product. Specific Target Audience Daily Bid ($) This course introduces the use of Internet Explorer to access the Internet and methods for searching the World Wide Web for needed data. Internet/Internet Explorer Basics (p.25) Name: (Please PRINT clearly) 11

12 Additional Qualifications & Requirements: Demonstrable knowledge of Outlook 2003, XP, 2007 software at a level that is not only consistent with the content and objectives of this course but also allows for the fielding of appropriate questions regarding major features of this product. Microsoft Certification desirable. Specific Target Audience Daily Bid ($) Outlook 2002 (p.26) Outlook 2003 (p.27) Outlook 2007 (p.28) 1. New user of MS Outlook XP 2. New user of MS Outlook New user of MS Outlook 2007 Upgrading to Outlook 2007 (p.29) Name: (Please PRINT clearly) 12

13 WORD PROCESSING TOOLS: Additional Qualifications & Requirements: Demonstrable knowledge of Word XP, 2003 and 2007 software at a level that is not only consistent with the content and objectives of this course but also allows for the fielding of appropriate questions regarding major features of this product. Microsoft Certification desirable. Specific Target Audience Daily Bid ($) Word XP Introduction (p.30) Any user of MS Word. Courses are intended to be taken as a series with one as a prerequisite for the next level. The introduction is intended for new users of Word. Word XP Intermediate (p.31) Word XP Advanced (p.32) Word 2003 Introduction (p.33) Word 2003 Intermediate (p.34) Word 2003 Advanced (p.35) Word Templates and Forms (p.36) Word 2007 Introduction (p.37) Word 2007 Intermediate (p.38) Word 2007 Advanced (p.39) Upgrading to Word 2007 (p.40) Name: (Please PRINT clearly) 13

14 SPREADSHEET TOOLS: Additional Qualifications & Requirements: Demonstrable knowledge of Excel software at a level that is not only consistent with the content and objectives of this course but also allows for the fielding of appropriate questions regarding major features of this product. Microsoft Certification desirable. Specific Target Audience Daily Bid ($) Excel 2007 Introduction (p.41) The introduction is intended for new users of Excel. Courses are intended to be taken as a series with one as a prerequisite for the next level. Excel 2007 Intermediate (p.42) Excel 2007 Advanced (p.43) Upgrading to Excel 2007 (p.44) Excel XP Introduction (p.45) Excel XP Intermediate (p.46) Excel XP Advanced (p.47) Excel 2003 Introduction (p.48) Excel 2003 Intermediate (p.49) Excel 2003 Advanced (p.50) Name: (Please PRINT clearly) 14

15 PRESENTATION TOOLS: Additional Qualifications & Requirements: Demonstrable knowledge of PowerPoint software at a level that is not only consistent with the content and objectives of this course but also allows for the fielding of appropriate questions regarding major features of this product. Microsoft Certification desirable. Specific Target Audience Daily Bid ($) PowerPoint 2007 (p.51) The introduction is intended for new users of PowerPoint. Courses are intended to be taken as a series with one as a prerequisite for the next level. PowerPoint 2007 Advanced Techniques (p.52) Upgrading to PowerPoint 2007 (p.53) PowerPoint XP (p.54) PowerPoint XP Advanced Techniques (p.55) PowerPoint 2003 (p.56) PowerPoint 2003 Advanced Techniques (p.57) Name: (Please PRINT clearly) 15

16 DATABASE TOOLS: Additional Qualifications & Requirements: Demonstrable knowledge of Access software at a level that is not only consistent with the content and objectives of this course but also allows for the fielding of appropriate questions regarding major features of this product. Microsoft Certification desirable. Specific Target Audience The introduction is intended for new users of Access. Courses are intended to be taken as a series with one as a prerequisite for the next level. Daily Bid ($) Access 2007 Introduction (p.58) Access 2007 Queries and Advanced Table Design (p.59) Access 2007 Forms and Reports (p.60) Access 2007 Macros and Advanced Forms and Reports (p.61) Upgrading to Access 2007 (p.62) Access XP Introduction (p.63) Access XP Queries and Advanced Table Design (p.64) Access XP Forms and Reports (p.65) Access XP Macros and Advanced Forms and Reports (p.66) Access 2003 Introduction (p.67) Access 2003 Queries and Advanced Table Design (p.68) Access 2003 Forms and Reports (p.69) Access 2003 Macros and Advanced Forms and Reports (p.70) Name: (Please PRINT clearly) 16

17 PROJECT MANAGEMENT TOOLS: Additional Qualifications & Requirements: Demonstrable knowledge of MS Project software at a level that is not only consistent with the content and objectives of this course but also allows for the fielding of appropriate questions regarding major features of this product. Microsoft Certification desirable. Specific Target Audience The introduction is intended for new users of Project. Courses are intended to be taken as a series with one as a prerequisite for the next level. Daily Bid ($) MS Project 2007 Introduction (p.71) MS Project 2007 Intermediate (p.72) MS Project 2007 Advanced (p.73) MS Project 2003 Introduction (p.74) MS Project 2003 Intermediate (p.75) MS Project 2002 Introduction (p.76) MS Project 2002 Intermediate (p.77) Name: (Please PRINT clearly) 17

18 Title: Keyboarding for Professionals Course #: GE.1038 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To familiarize the new user with the use of a computer keyboard. Course Description: This one-day class will introduce the new computer user to the keyboard and its functionality. Through self-paced exercises, the learner will practice basic typing skills. 1. use keyboard to input data 2. understand various features of a computer keyboard 3. practice keyboarding skills with supplied exercises 4. increase efficiency in use of keyboard 18

19 Title: Introduction to PC / Windows Vista Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To familiarize the novice user with the components and operating system of a personal computer Course Description: This one-day course will introduce the novice PC user to the hardware and software components of a personal computer. Topics covered include the parts of a personal computer, application and operating system software, and the basic use of a mouse and the Windows Vista operating system. 1. Recognize the hardware components and peripherals of a personal computer; 2. Be familiar with the uses of various software applications; 3. Demonstrate how to use a mouse to click, double-click and point; 4. Navigate the Windows Vista desktop using the mouse. 19

20 Title: Introduction to PC / Windows XP Course #: GE.1316 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To familiarize the novice user with the components and operating system of a personal computer Course Description: This one-day course will introduce the novice PC user to the hardware and software components of a personal computer. Topics covered include the parts of a personal computer, application and operating system software, and the basic use of a mouse and the Windows XP operating system. 1. Recognize the hardware components and peripherals of a personal computer; 2. Be familiar with the uses of various software applications; 3. Demonstrate how to use a mouse to click, double-click and point; 4. Navigate the Windows XP desktop using the mouse. 20

21 Title: Windows XP Introduction Course #: GE.1293 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To enable new users to use the Windows XP operating system. Course Description: Windows XP is the latest version of the Windows operating system. This course for new Windows users gives participants experience with a mouse and Windows XP software. Topics covered include Windows XP basics, working with windows, task bar and the desktop, Active Desktop, multi-tasking and customizing Windows XP. 1. Demonstrate the basic features of Windows XP 2. Use the taskbar; 3. Run applications and multi-task; 4. Work with My Documents, Explorer and Recycle Bin; 5. Customize the Desktop. 21

22 Title: Windows Vista Introduction Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To enable new users to use the Windows Vista operating system. Course Description: Windows Vista is the latest version of the Windows operating system. This course for new Windows users gives participants experience with a mouse and Windows Vistas software. Topics covered include Windows Vista basics, working with windows, task bar and the desktop, Active Desktop, multi-tasking and customizing Windows Vista. 22

23 Title: Upgrading to Windows Vista Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learners to use the new features and interface of Windows Vista Course Description: This one-day class will provide an Introduction to Windows Vista for current users of Windows. Topic outline can include any of the following: Final Outline to be determined. Getting Started The Basics of Windows Vista A Quick Look at Vista Using Search The Default Folders The Basics of Help The Vista Features Using the Sidebar Using Gadgets Windows Photo Gallery Windows Calendar Windows Contacts Creating Headers and Footers Windows Media Center Windows Media Player Windows DVD Maker Windows Fax and Scan Using Windows Defender Advanced Tasks Common Customization Tasks Setting Accessibility Options Overview of Networking Basic Networking Tasks 23

24 Staying Safe Keeping your Family Safe Hardware and Software The Basics of Managing Software Managing Hardware People Near Me Windows Live Messenger Windows Meeting Space Troubleshooting your Computer Backing up your Computer Troubleshooting your Computer Using System Restore Vista's Hard Disk Management Utilities Advanced Computer Management Vista Mobility Features 1. Navigate and use basic and advanced features in Windows Vista 24

25 Title: Internet/Internet Explorer Basics Course #: GE.1188 Length: 3 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To enable the user to efficiently access information on the Internet. Course Description: This course introduces the use of Internet Explorer to access the Internet and methods for searching the World Wide Web for needed data. 1. Access the Internet; 2. Discuss how browsers work; 3. Navigate the Web; 4. Enter URLs; 5. Work with links and bookmarks; 6. Search the Net. 25

26 Title: Outlook 2002 Course #: GE.1314 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To familiarize the new user with the features of MS Outlook Course Description: This one-day course will introduce the user to MS Outlook Topics covered include sending and receiving messages, using the address book, scheduling meetings and managing the calendar, and customizing Outlook. 1. Create, enhance, deliver, receive, print, reply to and forward a message 2. Work with the address book 3. Work with the calendar and schedule a meeting 4. Work with notes and tasks 5. Change Outlook options 26

27 Title: Outlook 2003 Course #: GE.1352 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To familiarize the new user with the features of MS Outlook Course Description: This one-day course will introduce the user to MS Outlook Topics covered include sending and receiving messages, using the address book, scheduling meetings and managing the calendar, and customizing Outlook. 1. Create, enhance, deliver, receive, print, reply to and forward a message 2. Work with the address book 3. Work with the calendar and schedule a meeting 4. Work with notes and tasks 5. Change Outlook options 27

28 Title: Outlook 2007 Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To familiarize the new user with the features of MS Outlook Course Description: This one-day course will introduce the user to MS Outlook Topics covered include sending and receiving messages, using the address book, scheduling meetings and managing the calendar, and customizing Outlook. 1. Create, enhance, deliver, receive, print, reply to and forward a message 2. Work with the address book 3. Work with the calendar and schedule a meeting 4. Work with notes and tasks 5. Change Outlook options 28

29 Title: Upgrading to Outlook 2007 Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learners to use the new features and interface of Outlook 2007 Course Description: This one-day class will expand the learners' ability to use Outlook Topics include the New Interface; Working with ; using advanced features; Using Outlook 2007 security and Trust Center 1. Interacting with Outlook Use new features of Outlook Use advanced Features and Options 4. Use Outlook 2007 security and Trust Center 29

30 Title: Word XP Introduction Course #: GE.1281 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To introduce the new user to the basic features of an electronic word processing application. Course Description: This course introduces the new electronic word processing user to the basic range of functions in a Windows-based word processing application. 1. Create a simple document using Word XP; 2. Save and open a document; 3. Change fonts and font attributes in a document; 4. Change formatting of a document; 5. Spell check a document. 30

31 Title: Word XP Intermediate Course #: GE.1282 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To familiarize the experienced user with headers, footers, templates, mail merge, and additional features of Word XP. Course Description: This course introduces the experienced word processing user to headers, footers, templates, mail merge, and other advanced features of electronic word processing. 1. Use page numbering, headers and footers; 2. Create merge files and perform a mail merge; 3. Create templates; 4. Create simple macros 5. Use numbering and bullets 31

32 Title: Word XP Advanced Course #: GE.1283 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learner to efficiently use advanced features such as tables, mailing labels, styles, clipart and graphics of Word XP Course Description: This course will introduce the accomplished user to tables, mailing labels, styles, clipart and graphics and other advanced features of Word XP. 1. Create tables and use math in tables; 2. Sort data source and create mailing labels; 3. Use styles 4. Create indexes, table of contents and footnotes; 5. Work with clipart and graphics 32

33 Title: Word 2003 Introduction Course #: GE.1343 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To introduce the new user to the basic features of an electronic word processing application using MS Word Course Description: This course introduces the new electronic word processing user to the basic range of functions in a Windows-based word processing application. 1. Create a simple document using Word 2003; 2. Save and open a document; 3. Change fonts and font attributes in a document; 4. Change formatting of a document; 5. Spell check a document. 33

34 Title: Word 2003 Intermediate Course #: GE.1344 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To familiarize the experienced user with headers, footers, templates, mail merge, and additional features of Word Course Description: This course introduces the experienced word processing user to headers, footers, templates, mail merge, and other advanced features of electronic word processing. 1. Use page numbering, headers and footers; 2. Create merge files and perform a mail merge; 3. Create templates; 4. Create simple macros 5. Use numbering and bullets 34

35 Title: Word 2003 Advanced Course #: GE.1345 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learner to efficiently use advanced features such as tables, mailing labels, styles, clipart and graphics of Word Course Description: This course will introduce the accomplished user to tables, mailing labels, styles, clipart and graphics and other advanced features of Word Create tables and use math in tables; 2. Sort data source and create mailing labels; 3. Use styles 4. Create indexes, table of contents and footnotes; 5. Work with clipart and graphics 35

36 Title: Word Templates and Forms Course #: GE.1168 Length: 3 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable users to create templates and forms in Word. Course Description: This workshop will cover the creation and use of custom templates. Students will learn how to edit their own templates, and to create forms from templates. They will also learn how to protect portions of the form when it is used for data entry. 1. Create a template 2. Create a template from an existing document 3. Create a form using form fields 36

37 Title: Word 2007 Introduction Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To introduce the new user to the basic features of an electronic word processing application. Course Description: This course introduces the new electronic word processing user to the basic range of functions in a Windows-based word processing application. 1. Create a simple document using Word 2007; 2. Save and open a document; 3. Change fonts and font attributes in a document; 4. Change formatting of a document; 5. Spell check a document. 37

38 Title: Word 2007 Intermediate Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To familiarize the experienced user with headers, footers, templates, mail merge, and additional features of Word Course Description: This course introduces the experienced word processing user to headers, footers, templates, mail merge, and other advanced features of electronic word processing. 1. Use page numbering, headers and footers; 2. Create merge files and perform a mail merge; 3. Create templates; 4. Create simple macros 5. Use numbering and bullets 38

39 Title: Word 2007 Advanced Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learner to efficiently use advanced features such as tables, mailing labels, styles, clipart and graphics of Word 2007 Course Description: This course will introduce the accomplished user to tables, mailing labels, styles, clipart and graphics and other advanced features of Word Create tables and use math in tables; 2. Sort data source and create mailing labels; 3. Use styles 4. Create indexes, table of contents and footnotes; 5. Work with clipart and graphics 39

40 Title: Upgrading to Word 2007 Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learners to use the new features and interface of Word 2007 Course Description: This one-day class will expand the learners' ability to use Word Topics include the New Interface; Working with Documents; Styles, Themes, and Graphics; and Working with Files. 1. Navigate the new Ribbon interface 2. Use Word 2007 to create pages, headers and footers, table of contents 3. Use Building Blocks 4. Use new Style and Graphics tools 5. Understand and use new file types and options 40

41 Title: Excel 2007 Introduction Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To enable the new user to create and edit a spreadsheet and to create a simple chart. Course Description: This course introduces the user to electronic spreadsheet concepts and the use of Excel 2007 to create and maintain spreadsheets. 1. Discuss spreadsheet basics; 2. Enter and edit data; 3. Create and fill formulas; 4. Format, copy and paste; 5. Use built-in functions and charts. 41

42 Title: Excel 2007 Intermediate Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the experienced user to use more advanced features. Course Description: This course introduces the experienced Excel user to additional tools for more advanced applications. 1. Use Excel s database feature 2. Use advanced functions 3. Create macros 4. Protect data 5. Work with multiple sheets 42

43 Title: Excel 2007 Advanced Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To familiarize the accomplished Excel user with tools which can be used to extend their abilities to advanced Excel features. Course Description: This course introduces the accomplished Excel user to outlines, advanced database functions, templates, pivot tables, goal seek and scenario. 1. Use outlines 2. Use advanced database functions 3. Use chart options 4. Work with pivot tables 5. Use Goal Seek and scenario 6. Create templates and customize Excel 43

44 Title: Upgrading to Excel 2007 Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learners to use the new features and interface of Excel 2007 Course Description: This one-day class will expand the learners' ability to use Excel Topics include the New Interface; Working with Templates, Formulas, and Workbooks, and Graphics; and Working with Charts and Pivot Tables; Using Excel 2007 with other programs, servers and Trust Center 1. Navigate the new Ribbon interface 2. Use new features for Excel 2007 Templates, Formulas, and Workbooks 3. Create and modify Charts in Excel Create and modify Pivot Tables 5. Use Excel 2007 with other programs, servers and Trust Center 44

45 Title: Excel XP Introduction Course #: GE.1206 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To enable the new user to create and edit a spreadsheet and to create a simple chart. Course Description: This course introduces the user to electronic spreadsheet concepts and the use of Excel XP to create and maintain spreadsheets. 1. Discuss spreadsheet basics; 2. Enter and edit data; 3. Create and fill formulas; 4. Format, copy and paste; 5. Use built-in functions and charts. 45

46 Title: Excel XP Intermediate Course #: GE.1320 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the experienced user to use more advanced features. Course Description: This course introduces the experienced Excel user to additional tools for more advanced applications. 1. Use Excel s database feature 2. Use advanced functions 3. Create macros 4. Protect data 5. Work with multiple sheets 46

47 Title: Excel XP Advanced Course #: GE.1319 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To familiarize the accomplished Excel user with tools which can be used to extend their abilities to advanced Excel features. Course Description: This course introduces the accomplished Excel user to outlines, advanced database functions, templates, pivot tables, goal seek and scenario. 1. Use outlines 2. Use advanced database functions 3. Use chart options 4. Work with pivot tables 5. Use Goal Seek and scenario 6. Create templates and customize Excel 47

48 Title: Excel 2003 Introduction Course #: GE.1337 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To enable the new user to create and edit a spreadsheet and to create a simple chart. Course Description: This course introduces the user to electronic spreadsheet concepts and the use of Excel 2003 to create and maintain spreadsheets. 1. Discuss spreadsheet basics; 2. Enter and edit data; 3. Create and fill formulas; 4. Format, copy and paste; 5. Use built-in functions and charts. 48

49 Title: Excel 2003 Intermediate Course #: GE.1339 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the experienced user to use more advanced features of Excel Course Description: This course introduces the experienced Excel user to additional tools for more advanced applications. 1. Use Excel s database feature 2. Use advanced functions 3. Create macros 4. Protect data 5. Work with multiple sheets 49

50 Title: Excel 2003 Advanced Course #: GE.1340 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To familiarize the accomplished Excel user with tools which can be used to extend their abilities to advanced Excel features. Course Description: This course introduces the accomplished Excel user to outlines, advanced database functions, templates, pivot tables, goal seek and scenario. 1. Use outlines 2. Use advanced database functions 3. Use chart options 4. Work with pivot tables 5. Use Goal Seek and scenario 6. Create templates and customize Excel 50

51 Title: PowerPoint 2007 Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To enable the new user to create a simple PowerPoint presentation. Course Description: This one-day course will introduce the new user to the presentation development tools available in PowerPoint Create and edit a presentation; 2. Use the AutoContent Wizard; 3. Create and edit text; 4. Work with bullet, pie, and graph charts; 5. Create and run a slide show. 51

52 Title: PowerPoint 2007 Advanced Techniques Course #: GE. Length: 3 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To familiarize the user with advanced features of PowerPoint Course Description: This half-day course is designed for the PowerPoint user who wants to learn how to create more advanced presentations, use animation and sound, and use advanced techniques during a presentation. 1. Use advanced visual techniques 2. Customize a presentation 3. Use advanced techniques in the delivery of a presentation 52

53 Title: Upgrading to PowerPoint 2007 Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learners to use the new features and interface of PowerPoint 2007 Course Description: This one-day class will expand the learners' ability to use PowerPoint Topics include the New Interface; Working with the Quick Access Toolbar and Ribbon menus; Adding and Modifying tables and charts. 1. Navigate and use the new Ribbon interface 2. Use the Quick Access Toolbar and related Ribbons 3. Add and Modify Tables and Charts 4. Use some advanced features of PowerPoint 2007 such as SlideMasters and Com addins 53

54 Title: PowerPoint XP Course #: GE.1285 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To enable the new user to create a simple PowerPoint presentation. Course Description: This one-day course will introduce the new user to the presentation development tools available in PowerPoint XP. 1. Create and edit a presentation; 2. Use the AutoContent Wizard; 3. Create and edit text; 4. Work with bullet, pie, and graph charts; 5. Create and run a slide show. 54

55 Title: PowerPoint XP Advanced Techniques Course #: GE.1322 Length: 3 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To familiarize the user with advanced features of PowerPoint XP. Course Description: This half-day course is designed for the PowerPoint user who wants to learn how to create more advanced presentations, use animation and sound, and use advanced techniques during a presentation. 1. Use advanced visual techniques 2. Customize a presentation 3. Use advanced techniques in the delivery of a presentation 55

56 Title: PowerPoint 2003 Course #: GE.1342 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To enable the new user to create a simple PowerPoint presentation. Course Description: This one-day course will introduce the new user to the presentation development tools available in PowerPoint Create and edit a presentation; 2. Use the AutoContent Wizard; 3. Create and edit text; 4. Work with bullet, pie, and graph charts; 5. Create and run a slide show. 56

57 Title: PowerPoint 2003 Advanced Techniques Course #: GE.1353 Length: 3 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To familiarize the user with advanced features of PowerPoint Course Description: This half-day course is designed for the PowerPoint user who wants to learn how to create more advanced presentations, use animation and sound, and use advanced techniques during a presentation. 1. Use advanced visual techniques 2. Customize a presentation 3. Use advanced techniques in the delivery of a presentation 57

58 Title: Access Introduction Course #: GE. Length: 12 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To enable the learner to create and use a simple database table. Course Description: This two-day course will introduce the new data base user to the basics of using a relational database application. Topics to be covered are definitions of database, tables, relational database; using an existing table; creating a database, simple queries and reports. 1. Give a definition of a database, a table and the components of a relational database. 2. Open a database, view tables and navigate within the table 3. Create a database and a table 4. Create a simple query and report 58

59 Title: Access 2007 Queries and Advanced Table Design Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learner to use more advanced features in creating databases and queries in Access 2007 Course Description: This one-day class will expand the learners' ability to use Access Topics include normalization concepts, relational design, querying tables, action queries, using multiple tables and data integrity. 1. Use normalization concepts when creating a database 2. Query tables, including compound queries, calculated fields, and using multiple tables 3. Create action queries, such as update, append and delete queries 4. Use multiple-table calculated fields and autolookup 5. Control data integrity and set default values 59

60 Title: Access 2007 Forms and Reports Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learner to use more advanced features in creating forms and reports in Access 2007 Course Description: This one-day class will expand the learners' ability to use Access Topics include the Form Wizard, creating a form and a report in design view, working with controls, grouping data in reports, simple switchboards and interactive forms and reports. 1. Use the Form Wizard or design view to create a form 2. Work with controls in forms and reports 3. Create a report with controls, page breaks, and page numbering 4. Group data in reports and add headers and footers 5. Create simple switchboards and menus and interactive forms and reports 60

61 Title: Access 2007 Macros & Advanced Forms and Reports Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learner to use more advanced features in creating forms and reports and to create macros in Access 2007 Course Description: This one-day class will expand the learners' ability to create forms and reports in Access 2007 and introduce the use of macros. 1. Create switchboards 2. Use the forms toolbox 3. Create subforms 4. Create a macro 5. Manipulate report and form data 6. Add charts to reports or forms 61

62 Title: Upgrading to Access 2007 Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learners to use the new features and interface of Access 2007 Course Description: This one-day class will expand the learners' ability to use Access Topics include the Trust Center, the New Interface, Basic Database tasks, Advanced Database tasks. 1. Understand and Use the Trust Center 2. Navigate the new Ribbon interface 3. Understand and use new file structure 4. Use new switchboard tool 5. Understand and use new features of linking files, referential integrity 62

63 Title: Access XP - Introduction Course #: GE.1286 Length: 12 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To enable the learner to create and use a simple database table. Course Description: This two-day course will introduce the new data base user to the basics of using a relational database application. Topics to be covered are definitions of database, tables, relational database; using an existing table; creating a database, simple queries and reports. 1. Give a definition of a database, a table and the components of a relational database. 2. Open a database, view tables and navigate within the table 3. Create a database and a table 4. Create a simple query and report 63

64 Title: Access XP Queries and Advanced Table Design Course #: GE.1288 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learner to use more advanced features in creating databases and queries in Access XP Course Description: This one-day class will expand the learners' ability to use Access XP. Topics include normalization concepts, relational design, querying tables, action queries, using multiple tables and data integrity. 1. Use normalization concepts when creating a database 2. Query tables, including compound queries, calculated fields, and using multiple tables 3. Create action queries, such as update, append and delete queries 4. Use multiple-table calculated fields and autolookup 5. Control data integrity and set default values 64

65 Title: Access XP Forms and Reports Course #: GE.1289 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learner to use more advanced features in creating forms and reports in Access XP Course Description: This one-day class will expand the learners' ability to use Access XP. Topics include the Form Wizard, creating a form and a report in design view, working with controls, grouping data in reports, simple switchboards and interactive forms and reports. 1. Use the Form Wizard or design view to create a form 2. Work with controls in forms and reports 3. Create a report with controls, page breaks, and page numbering 4. Group data in reports and add headers and footers 5. Create simple switchboards and menus and interactive forms and reports 65

66 Title: Access XP Macros & Advanced Forms and Reports Course #: GE.1291 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learner to use more advanced features in creating forms and reports and to create macros in Access XP Course Description: This one-day class will expand the learners' ability to create forms and reports in Access XP and introduce the use of macros. 1. Create switchboards 2. Use the forms toolbox 3. Create subforms 4. Create a macro 5. Manipulate report and form data 6. Add charts to reports or forms 66

67 Title: Access Introduction Course #: GE.1334 Length: 12 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To enable the learner to create and use a simple database table. Course Description: This two-day course will introduce the new data base user to the basics of using a relational database application using MS Access Topics to be covered are definitions of database, tables, relational database; using an existing table; creating a database, simple queries and reports. 1. Give a definition of a database, a table and the components of a relational database. 2. Open a database, view tables and navigate within the table 3. Create a database and a table 4. Create a simple query and report 67

68 Title: Access 2003 Queries and Advanced Table Design Course #: GE.1336 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learner to use more advanced features in creating databases and queries in Access 2003 Course Description: This one-day class will expand the learners' ability to use Access Topics include normalization concepts, relational design, querying tables, action queries, using multiple tables and data integrity. 1. Use normalization concepts when creating a database 2. Query tables, including compound queries, calculated fields, and using multiple tables 3. Create action queries, such as update, append and delete queries 4. Use multiple-table calculated fields and autolookup 5. Control data integrity and set default values 68

69 Title: Access 2003 Forms and Reports Course #: GE.1335 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learner to use more advanced features in creating forms and reports in Access 2003 Course Description: This one-day class will expand the learners' ability to use Access Topics include the Form Wizard, creating a form and a report in design view, working with controls, grouping data in reports, simple switchboards and interactive forms and reports. 1. Use the Form Wizard or design view to create a form 2. Work with controls in forms and reports 3. Create a report with controls, page breaks, and page numbering 4. Group data in reports and add headers and footers 5. Create simple switchboards and menus and interactive forms and reports 69

70 Title: Access 2003 Macros & Advanced Forms and Reports Course #: GE.1351 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To enable the learner to use more advanced features in creating forms and reports and to create macros in Access 2003 Course Description: This one-day class will expand the learners' ability to create forms and reports in Access 2003 and introduce the use of macros. 1. Create switchboards 2. Use the forms toolbox 3. Create subforms 4. Create a macro 5. Manipulate report and form data 6. Add charts to reports or forms 70

71 Title: MS Project 2007 Introduction Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To familiarize the participant with the use of MS Project 2007 as an aid to planning and managing projects Course Description: This course introduces to the basics of project management and how to use MS Project 2007 to start a new project, set up calendars, create a plan, link tasks, use Gantt and PERT charts and manage resources. 1. Relate the basics of project management; 2. Use MS Project 2007 to manage a project; 3. Set Project specifications; 4. Set up calendars, create a Gantt chart and create a plan for a project; 5. Link tasks and use a PERT chart; 6. Check project status and change calendars. 71

72 Title: MS Project Intermediate Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To increase the user s knowledge of the features of MS Project Course Description: This one-day course is designed to introduce participants who have used MS Project 2007 to additional features such as changing views and tables, adding fixed costs and task constraints, handling scheduling conflicts and resource conflicts, setting a baseline and tracking a project. 1. Change views, task tables and resource tables; 2. Analyze slack; 3. Add fixed costs to a project; 4. Add task constraints; 5. Handle scheduling and resource conflicts; 6. Track a project. 72

73 Title: MS Project 2007 Advanced Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To introduce the more experienced MS Project 2007 user to the advanced features of MS Project Course Description: This one-day course will give the experienced MS Project user additional tools to facilitate project management, such as sorting and filtering data, consolidating projects, working with subprojects, creating and sharing a resource pool, using workspaces, customizing reports and the toolbar, organizing project elements, and setting defaults. 1. Sort and filter data. 2. Consolidate projects and work with subprojects. 3. Create and share a resource pool. 4. Use Workspaces. 5. Customize reports. 6. Set default options. 73

74 Title: MS Project 2003 Introduction Course #: GE.1346 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To familiarize the participant with the use of MS Project 2003 as an aid to planning and managing projects Course Description: This course introduces to the basics of project management and how to use MS Project 2003 to start a new project, set up calendars, create a plan, link tasks, use Gantt and PERT charts and manage resources. 1. Relate the basics of project management; 2. Use MS Project 2003 to manage a project; 3. Set Project specifications; 4. Set up calendars, create a Gantt chart and create a plan for a project; 5. Link tasks and use a PERT chart; 6. Check project status and change calendars. 74

75 Title: MS Project Intermediate Course #: GE.1347 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To increase the user s knowledge of the features of MS Project Course Description: This one-day course is designed to introduce participants who have used MS Project 2003 to additional features such as changing views and tables, adding fixed costs and task constraints, handling scheduling conflicts and resource conflicts, setting a baseline and tracking a project. 1. Change views, task tables and resource tables; 2. Analyze slack; 3. Add fixed costs to a project; 4. Add task constraints; 5. Handle scheduling and resource conflicts; 6. Track a project. 75

76 Title: MS Project 2002 Introduction Course #: GE.1311 Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 12 Course Goal: To familiarize the participant with the use of MS Project 2002 as an aid to planning and managing projects Course Description: This course introduces to the basics of project management and how to use MS Project 2002 to start a new project, set up calendars, create a plan, link tasks, use Gantt and PERT charts and manage resources. 1. Relate the basics of project management; 2. Use MS Project 2002 to manage a project; 3. Set Project specifications; 4. Set up calendars, create a Gantt chart and create a plan for a project; 5. Link tasks and use a PERT chart; 6. Check project status and change calendars. 76

77 Title: MS Project Intermediate Course #: GE. Length: 6 hours Max. Class Size: 14 Course Goal: To increase the user s knowledge of the features of MS Project Course Description: This one-day course is designed to introduce participants who have used MS Project 2002 to additional features such as changing views and tables, adding fixed costs and task constraints, handling scheduling conflicts and resource conflicts, setting a baseline and tracking a project. 1. Change views, task tables and resource tables; 2. Analyze slack; 3. Add fixed costs to a project; 4. Add task constraints; 5. Handle scheduling and resource conflicts; 6. Track a project. 77

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