This course thoroughly covers, step-by-step, the newest version of Microsoft Office. Whether you're upgrading from an earlier version or encountering the Office applications for the first time, you'll appreciate this simplified approach. This course covers ways to create, edit, and print documents in Word. You'll learn to create and manage worksheets in Excel. You will master developing presentations in PowerPoint and creating databases in Access. You'll also learn tips and tricks for creating professional publications with Publisher, and managing email and calendars in Outlook. Microsoft Office holds over 90 percent of the market for Windows-based productivity suites. This MS Office 2019 course makes the Office applications easy to understand and use.
Lean Basics describes the core concepts and central principles practitioners will need to successfully understand and apply Lean strategies to organizational operations. This self-paced course provides instructional material that explains the underlying philosophy and theory of effective Lean implementation.
The First Line Supervision and Leadership course provides students with an overview of general supervision concepts and methodologies. It helps the students understand requirements for making the transition to first-line leadership, and introduces the paradoxes of first-line supervision. Students will examine the role of a supervisor and the qualities of an effective leader and then develop strategies for effective communication, management, and training. Targeted toward individuals new to the management field who do not have a business education background, the course also explores team development and technological factors that affect leadership.
At the center of the American criminal justice system lies the criminal court system that serves to ensure our community and our society remain protected from both criminals and the law itself. With its unique procedures and processes, the American criminal courts are designed to ensure we have a fair and balanced system for criminal prosecution that focuses primarily on the rights of the accused. As developed over hundreds of years, the criminal codes of both the federal and state governments are adjudicated in separate courts from civil or family controversies given the grave nature of a criminal case.
Digital marketing helps organizations promote and sell products and services through online marketing methods such as social media messaging, website ads, Facebook marketing campaigns, Google Adwords, and more. It's vital to develop a marketing strategy that keeps up with the technology. This Certificate in Digital Marketing covers the strategic issues, marketing methods and tactics, industry terminology, and best practices. Each of the nine courses in this suite offer examples, videos from industry-leading practitioners, interactive games, and review questions to ensure mastery of the material.
Critical Thinking and the ability to employ and apply sound, logical reasoning to a problem is essential to success on any project in any field. This Critical Thinking courses focuses primarily on arguments, their nature, their use and importance. This course offers students an understanding of critical thinking processes and those methodical processes necessary for effective reasoning and improved cognitive skills. The course is aimed at developing intellectual dispositions that are essential to the effective evaluation of truth claims. From there, the course show students how to arrive at reasonable conclusions and make decisions based on what is true, or what is believed to be true.
The Criminology course explores the different causes of criminal behavior as it is used to study and solve certain crimes. Students will be introduced to the study of crime and criminal behavior as well as to theories of crime causation. It reviews different types of crime and examines crime control policy, taking account different ethical issues, policy implications and research. Students will have the chance to review various theories of crime, delinquency, and behavior in terms of both theory and methodology.
Ethical considerations pose constant questions for criminal justice professionals, judges, elected officials and society as a whole. As a measure of our progress, ideals and principles as a society, the criminal justice system is one of the most important elements of any civilization. It is in that light, that the Criminal Justice Ethics course addresses the various dynamics of ethical behavior, ethical application of the laws and ethical incarceration guidelines including capital punishment and controversial federal sentencing guidelines. Focusing on the philosophical issues and moral dilemmas within the field of criminal justice, this course takes a critical look a the principles of justice, deontology and utilitarianism as well as the various players within the system.
Advances in technology are revolutionizing today’s legal landscape at a faster pace than ever before. Along with it, the role of the legal professional continues to evolve and keep up. The automation of various legal processes has forced lawyers, paralegals, legal secretaries and other legal professionals to become proficient with constantly growing array of word processing, database, telecommunications, spreadsheet, presentation and legal research software. For better or worse, new technology impacts every aspect of the legal field, making the law office more efficient, but also more complex from traditional law firms and corporate practices to courtroom operations and document management.
The Workforce Readiness: Flexibility and Adaptability course provides students with an overview of the principal areas of flexibility and adaptability that are crucial to remaining competitive in today’s rapidly changing workplace. Audience: The target audience for the Workforce Readiness: Creativity and Innovation course are individuals who are transitioning into a new career field after 10 or more years in another career, as well as individuals who are new or returning to the workforce.
This course focuses on adult and juvenile probation, parole, and related institutions. Understanding the probation and parole procedures designed to mitigate the effects of past mistakes made by parolees and analyzing the role of rehabilitation in probation and parole, students will have the opportunity to learn as much as possible about this division of the criminal justice system. The Probation and Parole course will take students through the world of community-based correctional programs in the context of history, philosophy, society and the legal framework within which it all comes about.
The Workforce Readiness: Social and Cross-Cultural Skills course provides an overview of the principal elements of social and cross-cultural skills crucial in the global marketplace and today’s increasingly diverse workplace. Audience: The target audience for the Workforce Readiness: Creativity and Innovation course are individuals who are transitioning into a new career field after 10 or more years in another career, as well as individuals who are new or returning to the workforce.