Fall 2018 Training and Development Schedule

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**More training to be added throughout the semester**

EDC 2021 Spring Course Schedule

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Course #

Start Date

End Date

Description

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Approved for EGC Contact Hours 

(24 contact hours = 1 EGC)

Writing Effective Emails and Instant Messages

4/5/21-

4/22/21

One of the most important communication skills to have in the workplace today is email etiquette. It can help ensure you get messages across quickly, appropriately, and concisely. In this course, you’ll learn some tried and tested guidelines for writing emails. You’ll explore the fundamental elements of written communication that every email should contain, and the importance of keeping emails concise. The course also covers the etiquette associated with using instant messaging programs as an extension of email

BC Faculty & Staff

Contact Hours Pending Approval

.5

Choosing The Right Interpersonal Communication Method to Make Your Point

4/5/21-

4/22/21

Let your intent dictate the communication method you choose,How Audience characteristics inform the communication method, Email the right people at the right time and skills for writing effective emails,Making impressions face to face,Deliver feedback the right way.

 

BC Faculty & Staff

Contact Hours Pending Approval

.5

Word Office 365: Creating Bulk Emails

4/22/21-

5/7/21

With Word for Office 365's bulk mailing tools, you can collect, process, and re-use data in a variety of different ways. Import or build mailing lists, create mail merge documents, and print or email them  in a matter of minutes.

 

BC Faculty & Staff

Contact Hours Pending Approval

.5

Take a Deep Breath and Manage Your Stress

4/5/21-

4/22/21

Stress is produced by your own feelings and reactions to certain external events, rather than by the events themselves. But while you may not always be able to control the external events causing your stress, by applying mindfulness techniques, you can control your reactions to them. This course explains the physiological, behavioral, and psychological signs and symptoms of stress and where it can come from. It outlines strategies for maintaining work/life balance and managing stress.

 

BC Faculty & Staff

Length

.5

(No EGC)

Establishing Self-confidence for Life

4/22/21-

5/7/21

Identify current confidence levels, Learn what self-confidence means, Real world techniques for building confidence, Learn to maintain confidence overtime.

BC Faculty & Staff

Length

.5

(No EGC)

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