1 4 Business and Management American Management Association University Certificate Programs American Management Association (AMA) courses are nationally recognized for their comprehensiveness and value. Our instructors use AMA textbooks as the foundation and draw on their own expertise and experience to present material in the most timely and relevant manner. These courses are designed to help you become more effective in your present position and better prepared for advancement opportunities. To earn an AMA certificate, you must successfully complete ninety (90) unique hours of instruction, earning 9.0 CEUs. If you choose to earn more than one AMA certificate, your 90 hours of instruction may be chosen first, from any AMA certificate program, then, from any computer or business and management courses (including Construction Project Management) on pages 7 through 24 (excluding pages 9 and 14). American Management Association University Certificate in Management This certificate provides the basic know-how designed to help you meet current challenges in a changing environment. Learn how to motivate your team when budgets are tight and staff numbers are reduced and how to help your team take on new responsibilities as you adjust to your new leadership responsibilities. Individual courses may be taken on a non-certificate basis. Core courses: Setting, Managing, and Achieving Goals Leadership Skills for Managers Delegating for Business Success How to Manage Conflicts in the Organization Leadership Skills for Managers Managing in today s dynamic, diverse work-place demands a new type of leadership. The new leaders must be visionaries, change agents, coaches and empowerers. This course enables you to gain the skills necessary to fulfill this challenging, changing, and rewarding leadership role. 1.5 CEU or 15 CPE hours. Tuition: $295 (includes AMA course materials: $120) XML Sept 14-Oct 19* 5 sessions W 6:30-9:30pm *Class will not meet Sept 28 Iona Harding, M.Ed., SPHR Setting, Managing, and Achieving Goals This is a hands-on guide to both setting and redefining goals, as well as a nuts and bolts planning resource for achieving those goals. You ll learn how to: implement five proven goal-setting criteria to increase chances for success, tie in departmental or work-unit goals to the larger organization s mission, develop a credible selling strategy to facilitate a wider buy-in of each goal, create an action plan to carry out the goals, and track goals to make certain you accomplish objectives on time. 1.5 CEU or 15 CPE hours. Tuition: $295 (includes AMA course materials: $120) XML Nov 7-Dec 12* 5 sessions M 6:30-9:30pm *Class will not meet Dec 5 Iona Harding, MCCC Instructor Iona Harding is a global human resource professional with more than 25 years experience in strategic planning, leadership development, talent management, organization effectiveness, and human resource management. Prior to starting her own HR consulting company, she was an executive with Lucent Technologies where she led large teams around the world. She has extensive work experience in Europe and Asia and also teaches in the MBA program at Fairleigh Dickinson University, the EMBA program at Sasin Business School in Bangkok, Thailand and is an instructor for the SPHR/PHR Certification. She holds a Bachelor s and Master s degree in Business Education and holds the Senior HR Professional Certification. Registration deadline is two weeks prior to the course start date. Avoid the $ 15 late fee... Register Early!
2 Business and Management 5 American Management Association University Certificate in Human Resources This certificate program is designed for professionals who are seeking a comprehensive overview of human resources. Whether you are a new HR professional, an HR specialist who has limited general experience or a professional who wants to learn more about the human resources function, you will find this program beneficial to your professional advancement. Individual courses may be taken on a non-certificate basis. Core courses: Fundamentals of Human Resources Fair, Square and Legal: A Manager s Guide to Safe Hiring, Managing, and Firing Practices Compensation: Effective Reward Programs Performance Management Performance Management Follow this clear model to plan, monitor, analyze, and maintain a satisfying process of performance improvement for you and your staff. Classroom exercises and assessments are designed to encourage you to apply these techniques to your current job responsibilities. Develop strategies and crucial communication skills including: coaching, problem solving, and giving feedback while teaching methods of linking organizational and personal goals. 1.5 CEU or 15 CPE hours. Tuition: $295 (includes AMA course materials: $120) XCP Sept 12-Oct 10 5 sessions M 6:30-9:30pm Marc Dorio, MCCC Instructor American Management Association University Certificate in Project Management This Certificate in the Project Management Program is designed to equip you with required skills necessary in setting up project plans, scheduling work and monitoring progress in order to achieve desired project goals and results. If you are planning to take the PMP Prep Review, you will benefit from these courses. Individual courses may be taken on a non-certificate basis. Core courses: Successful Project Management Total Quality Management Successful Negotiating Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers Successful Negotiating Successful Negotiating can teach you the art of win/win negotiation. You ll get a firm grasp of the negotiating tricks and techniques the pros use. Learn everything from pre-negotiation planning to the use of seemingly unimportant details like seating arrangements and meeting site selection to influence the results of negotiations. 1.5 CEU or 15 CPE hours. Tuition: $295 (includes AMA course materials: $120) XCP Oct 26-Nov 30* 5 sessions W 6:30-9:30pm *Class will not meet Nov 23 Edward Kurocka, MCCC Instructor SAVE MONEY! REGISTER EARLY! Register 2 weeks before your class begins and avoid the $15 late fee! Phone: Fax:
3 6 Business and Management PHR/SPHR Certification Preparation Course The Center for Continuing Studies at Mercer and the Human Resources Management Association of Princeton (local SHRM affiliate chapter) offer a 13-week comprehensive review of the major disciplines within Human Resources. Designed to give human resource professionals new tools for successful performance on the job, the course also helps prepare participants for the Human Resource Certification Institute s (HRCI) national examination for the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification. Who Should Attend: Human Resource professionals looking for advancement Middle managers looking for a career change Senior managers new to the Human Resource field Employee benefits directors Managers of employee benefits Directors of training What You Will Learn: Module one: Strategic Management Module two: Workforce Planning & Employment Module three: Human Resource Development Module four: Compensation and Benefits Module five: Employee and Labor Relations Module six: Occupational Health, Safety, and Security When: Saturdays, 9am-12pm, September 10-December 17 (No class Oct 8, Nov 26) (13 sessions) Please submit registration form and payment by August 27, 2011 Course Fee: The fee of $1225 includes the study materials of the Society for Human Resource Management s Human Resource Learning System, CD-ROM, and mastery tests. Special discount for members of the Human Resource Management Association of Princeton is $ CEU. For information on becoming a chapter member, see the HRMA chapter website at XCP $1225 XCP $1175* *Rate for HRMA of Princeton chapter members only Charlene Watler, MCCC Instructor Project Management Professional Certification PMP Prep Review If you are interested in PMP Prep Review, please Read Langan at Attention: Corporations and Business Owners Customized Training Grants Now Available NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development announces customized training funds are now available to upgrade the skills of your workforce. The Center for Training and Development s expert grant writers can help write your grant application and then provide the training for your workforce. As a preferred training provider of the NJ DOL, we will help you: Determine your training needs Create your training plan Develop and submit your grant proposal Provide training and assist you throughout the grant implementation Contact : Elaine Weinberg, , Registration deadline is two weeks prior to the course start date. Avoid the $ 15 late fee... Register Early!
4 Business and Management 7 Continuing Education for Accountants The Center for Continuing Studies and MCCC is registered with the New Jersey State Board of Accountancy for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits for licensed Certified Public Accountants and Public Accountants. You must request CPE certificates from our office. After the class is complete, with your name and the course name, and we will send you the certificate. The following is a list of suggested courses that would award CPEs: Small Business Start Up and Business Plan Development (See pg. 10 for course description) Small Business Growth and Financial Development (See pg. 11 for course description) Choices in Legal Formation (See pg. 10 for course description) Comprehensive QuickBooks (See pg. 11 for course description) Introduction to Bookkeeping (See below for course description) Effective Business Writing (See pg. 8 for course description) Grammar for Grownups (See pg. 8 for course description) Performance Management (See pg. 5 for course description) Successful Negotiating (See pg. 5 for course description) Leadership Skills for Managers (See pg. 4 for course description) Setting, Managing, and Achieving Goals (See pg. 4 for course description) Returning Spring 2012 Introduction to Bookkeeping This basic, hands-on, workshop-style manual bookkeeping course covers the complete accounting cycle from business transactions through entry into the books and records, posting to accounts, preparation of worksheets and adjusting journal entries, preparation of financial statements and closing. It will prepare you for any accounting or bookkeeping system: manual, one-write or software driven. You will learn: the sales journal, purchase journal, cash receipts and cash disbursements journal, accounts receivable, inventory and the use of Excel spreadsheets. Academy for Notaries Earn extra money and provide a valuable service by becoming a Notary Public in the State of New Jersey. Learn how to obtain or renew your notary commission, perform the job with confidence and avoid liability issues. You will have a clear understanding of the final steps needed to become a notary public. 0.4 CEU. Tuition and fees: $85 (includes handbook) XCP Sept 10 1 session Sa 9am-1pm Jennie Stormes, NP, CNSA Phone: Fax:
5 8 Business and Management Communications and Marketing When you need to market your product or service, you need strategic, results-driven skills that enhance the bottom line. Communicating clearly and persuasively is critical to your success. Our wide range of courses in this series is designed to show you how to target an audience, develop strategic techniques and generate a greater return on your investment. Marketing Your Small Business to Success Starting a new business or improving the profitability of an existing one requires a concise focused MAP (Marketing Action Plan). For the 21st century entrepreneur, this course takes you stepby-step from the basic concepts of marketing through the creative process to understanding the behaviors and changes wrought by the Internet and social media networks. Increasing your awareness of how your prospects and clients are thinking and behaving will reduce risk and increase the effectiveness of your marketing. Learn how to research, analyze and identify trends and your competition; how to identify your customers and position your business competitively; how to develop your marketing message; and how to create a marketing plan you can implement with tried and true strategies that are low-cost with high impact. 1.2 CEU. Tuition and fees: $149 XMS Oct 4-Oct 13 4 sessions Tu,Th 6-9pm Ellen Silverman, MCCC Instructor and Marketing Consultant Market Your Business on Social Networking Sites For beginning social networkers/small business owners looking for free exposure Do you have a hobby or small business that you would like to promote but don t have the money necessary for marketing? Many people are unaware of the many free social networking sites that are available on the web. This course will demonstrate how to utilize free sites (MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook) to help promote your business/interests without ever paying a penny. 0.3 CEU. Cost: $66 (tuition and fees: $27; lab fees $39) XCA Oct 5 1 session W 6:30-9:30pm John Paone, MCCC Instructor Online Courses for Business Grammar for Grownups Write correctly for success! Even though this course is intended for native speakers of English, Grammar for Grownups is also valuable for ESL students. Instantly improve all your written documents by using correct grammar and punctuation. This lively course is brimming with relevant exercises in topics such as commas, semicolons, apostrophes, quotation marks, fragments, run-on sentences, pronouns, verb-subject agreement, etc. If you have long forgotten these essential language skills, this course is your perfect pick-me-up! 1.0 CEU or 10 CPE hours. Tuition and fees: $99 XWC Nov 1-Nov 22 4 sessions Tu 6:30-9pm Ozana Castellano, MBA, Communications Specialist Effective Business Writing Project a more professional image! Learn techniques to improve your positive image and project your professionalism through your writing. Learn how to write more effective and concise letters, memos and messages. You will practice organizing your thoughts before you begin to write, perfect the art of proofreading accurately, and review grammar and punctuation basics. Finally, this course provides exercises, discussions, and constructive critiques to polish your professional image through your written communications. Textbook required. Available in college bookstore. 1.5 CEU or 15 CPE hours. Tuition and fees: $158 XWC Nov 1-Dec 13* 6 sessions Tu 6:30-9pm *Class will not meet Nov 22 Ellen Benowitz, MCCC Instructor Total Quality Fundamentals Distribution and Logistics Management Six Sigma: Total Quality Applications Learn to Buy and Sell on Ebay Project Management Fundamentals Introduction to PC Security Project Management Applications Introduction to Algebra Tuition: Most courses start at: $96 Expert Instructors 6-Weeks of Instruction 24-Hour Access Start Dates: A new section of each course starts monthly. To learn more, or to enroll, go to The Role Emotional Intelligence Plays in Communication See pg. 12 for course description. Registration deadline is two weeks prior to the course start date. Avoid the $ 15 late fee... Register Early!
6 Business and Management 9 APA s (American Payroll Association s) PayTrain College and University Program If you are interested in APA s PayTrain College and University Program, please Read Langan at Green Future Management Certificate Program LEED Green Associate Certification Preparation If you are interested in the Green Future Management Certificate Program, please Carol Clark at NEED HELP FINDING A JOB? For entry level positions: For experienced workers: For veterans: Presented by the U. S. Department of Labor Real Estate How to Buy Foreclosed Properties Arm yourself with the resources you ll need to buy foreclosed properties. You will learn how to: understand the foreclosure process from the notice of default to sheriff sale; evaluate profitability; finance foreclosures with little to no down payment; negotiate with property owners during the pre-foreclosure state; successfully bid on government foreclosures; position yourself as a cash buyer at the bidding; generate large profits from short sales. And finally, learn to build a team of real estate professionals to expedite acquisition timeline. Tuition and fees: $72 (includes $25 materials fee) XBA Nov 12 1 session Sa 9am-12pm Steven Waniak, Real Estate Consultant Certificates in Interpreting The need for qualified interpreters is expected to grow much faster than average, according to the federal government s Occupational Outlook Handbook. These certificate programs are offered at Brookdale Community College. For comprehensive details, including prerequisites, program descriptions, course descriptions, dates, times, location and information on how to attain a certificate, go to Certificate in Judicial and Medical Interpreting 84 hours of training $1,999 (plus texts and recorder) Spanish/English (or) Portuguese/English Certificate in Community Interpreting-Generic (open to bilingual speakers of any language) 44 hours of training $1,199 (plus text and recorder) Designed to train interpreters for service and employment opportunities, Brookdale Community College s interpreting certificate programs incorporate real-life samples of materials and situations. The programs include training in consecutive interpreting, simultaneous interpreting and sight translation used in medical, legal, education and social service settings. To learn more about a career as an interpreter, type in the following in a web search engine: Occupational Outlook Handbook, Interpreters Phone: Fax:
7 10 Business and Management Small Business Management Mercer County Community College is pleased to present these Small Business Management courses designed for small business owners, as well as for those planning to start a business. This series of courses will take you through the steps required to create a winning business plan and guide your business idea into a successful reality. Certificate in Small Business Management To earn the certificate, you must complete the four (4) core courses: Core courses: Small Business Start Up and Business Plan Development Small Business Growth and Financial Development Choices in Legal Formation Marketing Your Small Business to Success Other courses of interest: Comprehensive QuickBooks Market Your Business on Social Networking Sites You will learn to: Start and manage your own business Organize your business finances Market your product or service Plan for future growth Use technology to advance your business Who should attend: Small business owners Prospective small business owners Consultants Those involved in banking, accounting and other business services Choices in Legal Formation Examine the elements of each legal form for your business. Learn the difference between sole proprietorship, partnership, S and C corporations and the widely used LLC. An industry expert will guide you through some of the initial legal considerations for your business and tell you how to make the most of your professional advisory team (attorneys, accountants and business consultants). 0.6 CEU or 6 CPE hours. Tuition and fees: $80 XBA Sept 6-Sept 13 2 sessions Tu 6-9pm Kevin Pollock, J.D., LL.M. Small Business Start Up and Business Plan Development This 12-hour course will begin by considering entrepreneurship as a career choice and then exploring the keys to small business success. Learn how to take an idea to reality, how to evaluate the feasibility by designing a competitive business model, how to build a solid strategic plan and the importance of differentiation. Learn how to register at the Federal and New Jersey State level for a business license and how to navigate all the portal business websites for the State of New Jersey. This course will bring these elements together and instruct you through the steps to creating a winning business plan, including designing a business resume and biography. 1.2 CEU or 12 CPE hours. Tuition and fees: $149 XBA Sept 12-Sept 27* 4 sessions M,Tu,W 6-9pm *Classes meet Sept 12, 20, 21, 27 Carla Fallone, MBA CEO, Fallone Business Resources Marketing Your Small Business to Success Starting a new business or improving the profitability of an existing one requires a concise focused MAP (Marketing Action Plan). For the 21st century entrepreneur, this course takes you step-by-step from the basic concepts of marketing through the creative process to understanding the behaviors and changes wrought by the Internet and social media networks. Increasing your awareness of how your prospects and clients are thinking and behaving will reduce risk and increase the effectiveness of your marketing. Learn how to research, analyze and identify trends and your competition; how to identify your customers and position your business competitively; how to develop your marketing message; and how to create a marketing plan you can implement with tried and true strategies that are low-cost with high impact. 1.2 CEU. Tuition and fees: $149 XMS Oct 4-Oct 13 4 sessions Tu,Th 6-9pm Ellen Silverman, MCCC Instructor and Marketing Consultant Registration deadline is two weeks prior to the course start date. Avoid the $ 15 late fee... Register Early!
8 Business and Management Market Your Business on Social Networking Sites For beginning social networkers/small business owners looking for free exposure Do you have a hobby or small business that you would like to promote but don t have the money necessary for marketing? Many people are unaware of the many free social networking sites that are available on the web. This course will demonstrate how to utilize free sites (MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook) to help promote your business/interests without ever paying a penny. 0.3 CEU. Cost: $66 (tuition and fees: $27; lab fees $39) XCA Oct 5 1 session W 6:30-9:30pm John Paone, MCCC Instructor Small Business Growth and Financial Development Prerequisite: Small Business Start Up and Business Plan Development This 12-hour course will begin with a discussion of developing a financial plan to include recordkeeping for your small business and the importance of current and accurate financial information to make effective business decisions. Learn different methods of designing budgets, analysis of balance sheets, understanding revenue and expenses on income statements, and how to manage cash flow. Learn also how to finance your business by evaluating sources of debt and equity financing and methods of layering financing for your small business. 1.2 CEU or 12 CPE hours. Tuition and fees: $149 XBA Oct 18-Oct 26 4 sessions Tu,W 6-9pm Carla Fallone, MBA CEO, Fallone Business Resources Comprehensive QuickBooks Prerequisite: AMA Finance for Non-Financial Managers or basic understanding of accounting and computer keyboarding skills This course is a combination of Introduction and Intermediate QuickBooks featuring: entering and paying bills, using credit cards/ other asset and liability accounts, tracking and paying sales tax, payroll, estimating, time tracking and job costing. 1.5 CEU or 15 CPE hours. Tuition and fees: $295 (tuition and fees: $142; lab fees: $153) XCA Nov 7-Nov 16* 5 sessions M,W,Th 6-9pm *Class meets: Nov 7, 9, 10, 14, 16 Carla Fallone, MBA CEO, Fallone Business Resources 11 Start a Home-Based Business with Little or No Money This two-hour program is of great value to anyone interested in learning the steps to start a successful home-based business. Learn the basics of what products or services to sell. Review proven sales and marketing techniques to reach large audiences. How to promote your website, opportunities on ebay, effective use of the internet, and shipping and mailing items from your home will be discussed. 0.2 CEU. Tuition and fees: $25 XBA Oct 20 1 session Th 6:30-8:30pm Martin Mosho, Business Consultant Small Business Counseling at MCCC Mercer County Community College in conjunction with the Small Business Development Center of The College of New Jersey, funded in part by the U.S. Small Business Administration and the State of New Jersey, offers one-to-one confidential and group counseling (at no charge) by specialists and private industry consultants in areas of finance, marketing, strategic planning, business plan development, Internet related issues, government procurement, and sales. To schedule your free one-on-one counseling appointment at Mercer, call Entrepreneurial Training Program for the Unemployed (ETPU) An intensive six-week, 60-hour, daytime training program for those who would like to start their own business. Topics include: developing business and marketing plans, taxes, recordkeeping, legal formation, insurance, financing, counseling and mentoring. Classes begin periodically. See the website ETPUNJ.org for more information. Courses can be applied to the Small Business Management Certificate. Call for information. Tuition and fees: $900. Note: If you are currently collecting unemployment benefits, call your local One-Stop Center regarding financial assistance and eligibility. Carla Fallone is a fourth generation entrepreneur and has been a successful business owner for over 23 years, first in food service and catering, and then since 2002 as a much in-demand business consultant. Through Fallone Business Resources, she teaches small business classes throughout central New Jersey. She assists the network of Small Business Development Centers with new business creation and is an adjunct Business professor at the College of New Jersey. She has counseled start-up companies, Fortune 100 companies, and international businesses. Phone: Fax:
9 12 Business and Management Nonprofit Management Certificate Program and Workshops We have revised and updated our Nonprofit Certificate Program to reflect the current focus on this very important market sector in the current economic climate. The program is packed with practical techniques necessary for survival in this challenging economy. Workshops are oriented to the needs of staff, program administrators, executive directors, board members, philanthropists, volunteers, and those interested in employment at nonprofits. Certificate in Nonprofit Management This certificate requires the following four core courses totaling 48 hours, and a minimum of 30 approved elective course hours, totaling 78 hours. Courses can be taken individually on a non-certificate basis. Core courses: Fundamentals of Nonprofit Management (Spring 2012) Overview of Fundraising Techniques (Spring 2012) Marketing and Public Relations for Nonprofits Budget Basics Elective courses: Different electives will be offered each semester. The Role Emotional Intelligence Plays in Communication Understanding emotional intelligence can empower you to work more successfully with others. This course will provide the opportunity to answer the following questions: What is emotional intelligence? How can you develop yours? How can emotional intelligence improve relationships when working with others? 0.8 CEU. Tuition and fees: $80 XML Sept 19-Oct 10 4 sessions M 7-9pm Marge Smith, Nonprofit Consultant 10 Tips for Managing Volunteer & Staff Relations This workshop addresses the critical relationship between volunteers and paid staff which can significantly impact the success or failure of a nonprofit. These dynamics can prove the adage, united we stand, divided we fall. The tips provided and some role play will help ensure a cooperative and productive environment. 0.9 CEU. Tuition and fees: $90 XML Oct 13-Oct 27 3 sessions Th 6-9pm Marge Smith, Nonprofit Consultant Adrienne Rubin, Executive Director, Princeton Education Foundation Budget Basics This course will simplify the mysticism about a nonprofit s overall organization budget and will provide the vital concepts and components necessary to develop budgets for special programs and fundraisers. Staff, volunteers, and Board members will benefit from knowing how to read and understand the budget framework to support and promote the mission effectively. No accounting expertise required. 1.2 CEU. Tuition and fees: $120 XCP Nov 1-Nov 22 4 sessions Tu 6-9pm Carla Fallone, MCCC Instructor Marketing and Public Relations for Nonprofits Marketing and public relations can make or break a nonprofit today. This course focuses on marketing and communication issues as they impact the ability to promote events and programs and raise a nonprofit s profile in the public, private, corporate, and industry arenas. Sessions will include tools, resources, procedures and practical information along with hands-on group and individual exercises. Some homework will be assigned. 1.2 CEU. Tuition and fees: $120 XML Nov 19-Nov 20 2 sessions Sa,Su 9am-3:30pm* *1/2 hour for lunch Adrienne Rubin, Executive Director, Princeton Education Foundation Advanced Grantwriting Prerequisite: Grantwriting Essentials If you are interested in taking Advanced Grantwriting, please Carol Clark at The Business of Art See pg. 54 for course description. Tuition and fees: $39 NEW! XAR Oct 22 1 session Sa 10am-1pm Tony Rosati, MFA Have you completed one of our Certificate Programs? Congratulations! To request your certificate, please contact our Operations Coordinator at or call our Registration Desk at Registration deadline is two weeks prior to the course start date. Avoid the $ 15 late fee... Register Early!
10 Business and Management 13 ONLINE COURSES AND CERTIFICATES through Learning Resources Network (LERN) It is easy to participate in your online course. After you register, you will be given a web address to go to get into your online classroom. You will have a password and use your address and password to gain access to your classroom. Expert instructors 24-hour access from any computer In the online classroom: listen to audio lectures, view slides, even take an optional quiz to test yourself Online Discussion with your fellow participants and the instructor For more information, or to register, call Green Buildings and Preparing for the LEED Green Associate Exam NEW! Get the knowledge to excel as a green professional in the new economy. Acquire an introduction to sustainability and how it lays the foundation for a deeper understanding of the green building process. Participants who successfully complete this course are eligible and prepared to sit for the US Green Building Council s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED ) Green Associate exam. For anyone who wants more than a basic understanding of sustainability and green building concepts, including those with a stake in their company s building practices, those directly involved in green building projects, and those pursuing the LEED Green Associate professional accreditation. LEED is a third-party certification program and nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction, and operation of high performance green buildings. Two-month online course, USGBC faculty, instructors. 32 hours of seat time (3.2 CEUs) Cost: $695 XTC Sept 6-Oct 28 Virtual Meeting Planner Certificate NEW! Finally, you can acquire the best professional development in virtual meeting planning, and get the option of being recognized for your knowledge by becoming a Certified Virtual Meeting Planner (CVP). Virtual meetings are distance seminars and education featuring audio, slides and video in a synchronous format. They include webinars, webcasts, video casts, two-way web cams, and other audio and video formats. Discover the various synchronous distance meeting formats available and learn about the technology of producing distance meetings. Get the best instructional techniques on the design and teaching of effective distance or virtual meetings and acquire the virtual meeting planning skills involved in budgeting, pricing, and marketing virtual meetings. William Draves, COI, and Suzanne Kart, instructors Online certificate, One 10-week online course with certification exam for CVP designation. 48 hours of seat time (4.8 CEUs) Cost: $795 (includes certification exam to receive CVP designation) 10-week online course with 3 sections XBA Sept 6-Nov 15 NJBIA (New Jersey Business & Industry Association) NJLWD (NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development) Business Owners: FREE Basic Skills Courses For Your Employees Computer Training (Word, Excel, Outlook) Basic Communication and Math Courses Customer Service Training English as a Second Language For information: contact Dr. Michael Glass, Director, or or visit Phone: Fax:
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