“Finding reliable information on any topic is the starting point of creating a compelling, accurate piece of writing. Whether it’s an academic paper or business report, being able to find information you can count on and use effectively is the key to a successful project. It may seem silly to talk about research skills nowadays, when we have Internet search engines that can seemingly give us all the information we need for our reported and projects. However, we still need to know how to tell good information from the bad, and make the most of the variety of sources available to us.”
“Our one-level Upgrading to Publisher 2010 training courseware will help students who are familiar with earlier versions of Publisher upgrade to the 2010 edition. It will also allow students who are familiar with Office 2010, but who have not used Publisher, to gain a basic understanding of the program.”
“Have you ever seen a presentation that went so well, it looked like it required almost no effort at all to pull off? The best presentations are those that look like they’re the easiest and they invariably only get that way after a lot of hard work! Public speaking and presentations training will help make sure your next presentation is a powerful one.”
“Are you a new speaker who wants to know how to improve your public speaking skills? With NETC’s web-based, self-taught eLearning course on speaking under pressure, you’ll be able to think on your feet and speak with confidence when making a presentation, fielding difficult questions, or presenting complex information quickly.”
“This two-day introductory training course in Public Relations is ideal for students with little to no PR experience, whether they are in entry-level or leadership roles. With your great training skills, they’ll learn what they need to know about strategic versus tactical PR, managing the media relationship, selecting the right spokesperson, creating valuable media kits, writing engaging press releases, and even communications during a crisis.”
“The importance of prospecting for salespeople who want to be successful cannot be understated! Prospecting is what keeps a professional salesperson’s career in motion. It keeps their pipeline full, helps them generate more leads, and ensures they will attract new business. The sales closed a few months from now will be the result of successful prospecting today!”
“Project managers are responsible for overseeing all aspects of a determined project. They need to be able to understand the project from an overall perspective. There is basic information that is needed to establish the process of the project; which includes components such as a starting and closing date, as well as identifying milestones along the way. In this course, students learn important elements of project management; including setting priorities to controlling expenses and reporting results.
“Whether your team is preparing to develop a new product, or they are designing an organizational program, they will identify their efforts as a specific project. A project must have short and long-term goals, defined timelines, and clear objectives in order to create a common vision among your team members. Identifying the foundational elements of your project is essential for its successful completion. In this session, students learn introductory terms and concepts involved in project management training.
“There are many ways to solve a problem, just like there are many ways to come to a decision. But what is the “best solution” or “best decision”? When determining a plan that provides the best possible solution to a particular problem, the best course of action is to consciously direct your thinking toward each step in the problem-solving process. In this course, students explore the meaning of problem solving and decision making. They gain information about different types of decisions, the difference between facts and information, and common decision making traps.”