HR Workforce Development Computer Courses Offerings for Spring 2016

HR Workforce Development is pleased to offer a series of Office 2013 courses for the spring 2016 semester. These classes are great professional development opportunities that will be facilitated by an outside vendor with the BLE Group, LLC. The cost for all computer classes is $89 with the exception of Adobe, which is $119 per session.  All class fees cover session costs and a student manual will be provided to each participant attending each course. Anyone interested in enrolling in a computer course will need to submit an IDR (Augusta University), Check Request (GRMC), or personal check to senior training specialist Wanda O’Brien (HS 1152) in Annex 1. Once payment has been received, enrollment will be confirmed.

Courses available include:

PowerPoint 2013: Level 1  (Feb. 4)

PowerPoint 2013: Level 2  (Feb. 5)

Excel 2013: Level 1 (March 2)

Excel 2013: Level 2  (March 3)

Adobe Acrobat X Pro: Level 1  (April 7)

Adobe Acrobat X Pro: Level 2  (April 8)

Access 2013: Level 1 (May 5)

Access 2013: Level 2 (May 6)

Outlook 2013 (June 2)

 

Enrollment for all courses may be completed through Workforce Learn Online at http://train.gru.edu.  Once logged in to WLOL, you will need to enroll by selecting Register for Training.

Space for all computer courses is limited to 16 students.

Contact Wanda O’Brien at 706-721-4054 for more information.

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