LAE Business & Marketing courses are designed for both small business owners and employees looking to build skills for current or prospective work. These courses also serve as excellent and affordable professional development opportunities for area businesses and employees.
Courses will include The Essentials of Effective Leadership and Introduction to Online arketing & Search Engine Optimization, as well as a one-day workshop, Introduction to E-Mail Marketing using Constant Contact. Two online business courses, Entrepreneurship and Supervision, will also be offered through LAE this winter.
A Web Design Intensive will also be offered, in which participants will construct a website from scratch and learn to maintain it themselves. This course is also ideal for anyone with a small business or hobby they would like to share online.
Office skills courses will also be available, including a full-semester (15 week) course in Office Practice, for those new to office work, as well as two six-week courses in MS Excel I and MS Excel II. For those in need of more concise professional development options, Saturday intensive workshops will be held in MS Excel and in MS Word this March.
For more information on any of the above Lewiston Adult Education classes, or to see our full list of over 120 available courses this winter, visit www.lewistonadulted.org or call 795-4141.
by Jessica Crabtree
on January 12, 2010
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Registration is now open for Winter/Spring courses at Lewiston Adult Education! Over 120 courses will be offered to support members of the community looking to further their education, enhance work skills, or enjoy spending time learning a new type of art, craft or cuisine.
Numerous new and returning courses in arts, crafts, cooking, gardening, health and fitness, writing, dance and music, and even local history will be available this winter. Some courses are offered as a weekly series, others meet as one-night workshops.
Computer Technology skill-building classes will also be offered at a variety of levels this winter. Students can begin with the basics, in courses such as Absolute Beginner Computers, Computer Literacy, and Keyboarding Skills. Those with more computer experience can take classes to develop expertise in areas such as PC Maintenance, graphic and web design, and in specific programs including MS Excel, QuickBooks and Adobe Photoshop.
Certificate Programs will be available to those interested in building in-depth skills for a particular career field. Classes in the following Certificate Programs will be offered this fall: the Clerical Certificate, the Accounting Assistant Certificate, the Medical Office Certificate, the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and the Welding Certificate. All workforce training courses are taught hands-on and instructed by professionals highly experienced in their respective fields.
New courses in business, professional development, leadership, and entrepreneurship will also be available. Computer, Certificate, and Business Training courses will be starting the week of February 1st.
For adults interested in transitioning to college, the College Transition Program and Career Transitions: Health Care Edition will be available. These programs offer support for adults who would like some direction as they begin their college and career planning, guidance evaluating their financial aid options, and assistance refreshing academic skills. College Transitions courses will begin the week of January 11th.
High School Diploma, GED and college prerequisite classes will be offered for those interested in working towards a high school credential. Academic and career advising is also available. Call 795-4141 for more information on academic classes and advising opportunities.
For more information on any courses or to register, visit lewistonadulted.org or call 795-4141.
by Jessica Crabtree
on January 4, 2010
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