Students and working professionals alike will benefit from our online grant writing course. Over the course of this program, students learn the essential skills needed to research and write effective grant applications for public, private and government grants. Over the course of this program, experienced grant writers with real world experience lead students step-by-step through grant writing processes that increase their chances of receiving funding. Students enrolled in this course learn how to write compelling explanations, descriptions and intentional directions that persuade their readers. Grant Research Over the course of this module, you will study the various types of corporate, non-profit, education, and government grants that are available.
Paralegals help lawyers prepare for hearings, trials, and corporate meetings. However, their specific duties may vary depending on the size of the firm or organization. Our Paralegal program will engage student’s in the study of the law and what it means to a Paralegal. This program discusses how various aspects of the law affect the individual, filling a void for those looking to learn about many of the personal law issues that confront people in their everyday lives. Some of the topics covered in this program are career development, ethics and professional responsibility, pretrial preparation, trial proceedings, and legal interviewing and investigation. Learn guidelines for performing legal research and analysis and standards for legal communications and writing.
This self-paced course prepares learners for the successful completion of the Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Exam by explaining the concepts, strategies, tools, and techniques they will need to complete process improvement projects and activities. The course is divided into 10 modules that explain key foundational Six Sigma information, guide students through the five steps of the DMAIC methodology, and demonstrate how a Six Sigma approach can benefit organizations in several, diverse industries or business sectors.
The non-profit management training course is ideal for anyone who currently works in a non-profit or tax-exempt organization, or who plans to work in such an organization in the future. It is also well suited for individuals who currently work in a government agency, or who plan to do so in the future. Our non-profit management training course is also ideal for anyone who wants to increase their knowledge and understanding of management issues that are unique to non-profit and tax-exempt organizations. This complete training program is made up of ten modules that provide students with the necessary skills and knowledge to be successful in the non-profit management field. In this program students will learn budgeting, negotiation, communication, fundraising, and project management skills.
Owning your own business or managing a business provides many unique opportunities and is a satisfying career path. Our management and leadership studies program will give students the necessary skills and knowledge to be successful in any management role as well as successfully starting and operating their own business. The nine modules in this program will cover leadership and persuasion, management operations, problem-solving, disciplines, negotiations, development and change, decision making skills, assertiveness, interpersonal communication, and the best practices for a successful business. Successful completion of this program will open the doors into business and management and allow students to pursue a variety of successful career paths.
Our Logistics, Supply Chain and Purchasing Management program teaches students the fundamental principles of supply chain management, purchasing, and contracting. This program covers the fundamental principles of the purchasing process including purchasing efficiency and organization, the various aspects of the supply chain environment, the relationships that exist between purchasing, vendor selection, supply sourcing, and the role technology plays in the supply chain process, the fundamentals of the budgeting process and provides students with an understanding of how to prepare and manage a budget, the fundamental principles that determine how suppliers are chosen throughout the various phases of the procurement process, the various phases of the contracting process as you gain a solid...
Paralegals play a vital role in our legal system working at the front of legal assistance for both employers and the public. Paralegals must be highly organized, handle pressure well, and have great time management skills. Being a paralegal requires a variety of skills from effective communication to discretion. In this advanced training program we will cover the wide range of law and provide the necessary knowledge to be successful as a paralegal. This program introduces students to bankruptcy law, civil law, real estate law, and estates & probate court. Students will also take a look at the best practices for interviewing witnesses and other parties as well as how to best prepare for trial.
Human Resources Managers plan, direct, and coordinate the administrative functions of an organization. They oversee recruiting, interviewing, and hiring of new employees; consult with top executives on strategic planning; and serve as a link between an organization's management and its employees. HR Managers are vital members of any organization's team by working with more than just employees as they deal with the organization’s legal team, go to unemployment hearings or work-related court issues, deal with unions, etc. Human Resources Managers have a multitude of duties including training, interviewing, hiring/firing, planning and hosting employee and company events, and many other related activities that keep them extremely busy.
Human Resource professionals handle the hiring and staffing of businesses, they institute employee compensation and benefits, and they help define the work processes within a company.. Human resource managers are the intermediaries between top executives and the rest of the company. A human resources department oversees every process that involves people, and people are the most valuable resource in any company. The importance that companies place on human resources is reflected in the salaries offered. The median income for a human resources professional in 2015 was $104,400 per year. The job growth in this field is at 9% per year, which is a fast rate of growth.
This self-paced course prepares learners for the successful completion of the World Education.net Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification Exam by exposing them to the Six Sigma concepts, strategies, tools, and techniques used in process improvement projects. The course is divided into modules that explain key foundational Six Sigma information, guide students through the five steps of the DMAIC methodology, and demonstrate how a Six Sigma approach can benefit organizations in several, diverse industries or business sectors.
This program takes an interdisciplinary and practice-oriented approach to real estate transactions, covering land transfers, mortgage law, and selected topics such as the structure and law of real estate transactions, including agreements of sale, title and survey matters, leasing, financing, easements, and development rights. Students will discover the importance of legal descriptions of the property, deeds, encumbrances and liens as well as the distinctions between real and personal property. This program will examine the real estate finance transaction from a practitioner’s viewpoint and will cover the laws governing and normal documentation utilized in a real estate finance transaction, negotiation skills, title insurance, remedies, and other facets of a real estate secured loan.
An effective human resource management strategy is a valuable asset to any company, but those running small businesses often cannot justify designating a full-time HR professional to manage employee relations, compensation, policy-making, performance management, and employee appraisals. This suite of courses will teach you the basics of managing the benefits and policies that support an effective staff. What does an employer need to know about anti-discrimination regulations? What are the key aspects of pay policies? How can employers avoid the traps of the employee selection process? In this suite of courses, you will discover the answers to these and other important questions.