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This course is intended for new supervisors, office managers and entry level HR employees who need to better understand employment law, performance management, staffing and more. Participants will leave with a better understanding of the front-line supervisor's role in important HR-related transactions.
This introduction to the human resources profession and its practices is designed for entry-level HR professionals, small business owners responsible for the HR function in their companies, and those considering a potential change of career to HR.
The Social Media Professional Certificate is designed to provide you with the foundation and skill set needed in the evolving world of social media tools and strategies so they can be immediately applied in the workplace. Upon completion of all four courses, you will receive a professional certificate of achievement. Class size is limited - register early!**
This program is designed to provide you with the skill and knowledge needed to be a successful project manager. The six modules are closely aligned with PMI® PMBOK© Guide, version 6, and have been developed in cohort with the Northeast Indiana Chapter of PMI Professional Development group.
This is an in-depth project management learning experience completely aligned with the Project Management Institute's standards and philosophies. The Project Management Institute's (PMI) PMP® credential recognizes demonstrated knowledge and skill in leading and directing project teams and in delivering project results within the constraints of schedule, budget, and resources.
Developing effective grant writing skills are essential to acquire competitive funding from government agencies and private foundations. Writing a successful grant proposal requires basic know-how, content knowledge, writing proficiency, strong research skills, creativity, organizational ability, and patience.
Learn how to secure and retain affordable, decent, and safe housing. Learn about fair housing regulations and available housing programs. Also includes how to search for housing, deposits, inspections, general lease terms and the termination process.
Understand the job search process from applications to job offers. In addition, participants will receive special information to assist with common employment barriers such as criminal history and limited computer skills. By the end of this session you will have a new or updated completed resume ready to send to employers.
Learn to access affordable childcare and parenting classes. Learn how to care for aging family members. Additional information includes resources for dealing with special needs situations including military families, persons with disabilities, and limited English-speaking abilities.
Learn to access low cost medical and dental care, access wellness programs and insurance. Learn where to find healthy and nutritious family meals, including information about urban gardening projects and coupon clubs.
Gain an overview of the issues that affect some residents to fully partake in the attractions and activities in our All-American City. Discover the importance of connecting residents to the cultural, entertainment and recreational activities available. In addition, learn more about city demographics and local government.
Are you a small business owner who needs to understand your company's financial statements? Through practical discussion and case study, this two-part course will teach you how to prepare and read balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements.
Where is the money? This workshop reviews a variety of funding sources, including commercial lenders, the SBA, and state, regional and local programs, and highlights financial terminology and borrower qualifications. The seminar is intended for individuals starting a business as well as owners of existing businesses who are investigating financing options.
A business plan is used by company owners to manage the direction and expectations of their business as well as to solicit funding for implementing growth strategies or starting a new enterprise. This one-session workshop covers the basic elements and includes tips for writing a business plan to fuel success.
This workshop is your first step towards small business ownership. Based on the premise that every successful business is built on a solid foundation, this comprehensive workshop will help you evaluate your business idea and prepare yourself to create a sound business plan, manage expectations, and increase chances of accessing capital for your new business.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018, IPFW Hobson Center - 4312 Hobson Road, Suite B (Behind Speedway gas station on Hobson)
Wednesday, March 14, 2018, IPFW Hobson Center - 4312 Hobson Road, Suite B (Behind Speedway gas station on Hobson)
Wednesday, March 28, 2018, IPFW Hobson Center - 4312 Hobson Road, Suite B (Behind Speedway gas station on Hobson)
Wednesday, April 11, 2018, IPFW Hobson Center - 4312 Hobson Road, Suite B (Behind Speedway gas station on Hobson)
Wednesday, May 9, 2018, IPFW Hobson Center - 4312 Hobson Road, Suite B (Behind Speedway gas station on Hobson)
Wednesday, June 13, 2018, IPFW Hobson Center - 4312 Hobson Road, Suite B (Behind Speedway gas station on Hobson)
Wednesday, June 27, 2018, IPFW Hobson Center - 4312 Hobson Road, Suite B (Behind Speedway gas station on Hobson)
Wednesday, July 11, 2018, IPFW Hobson Center - 4312 Hobson Road, Suite B (Behind Speedway gas station on Hobson)
Wednesday, August 8, 2018, IPFW Hobson Center - 4312 Hobson Road, Suite B (Behind Speedway gas station on Hobson)
Wednesday, September 12, 2018, IPFW Hobson Center - 4312 Hobson Road, Suite B (Behind Speedway gas station on Hobson)
Wednesday, September 26, 2018, IPFW Hobson Center - 4312 Hobson Road, Suite B (Behind Speedway gas station on Hobson)
Wednesday, October 10, 2018, IPFW Hobson Center - 4312 Hobson Road, Suite B (Behind Speedway gas station on Hobson)
Wednesday, November 14, 2018, IPFW Hobson Center - 4312 Hobson Road, Suite B (Behind Speedway gas station on Hobson)
Wednesday, December 12, 2018, IPFW Hobson Center - 4312 Hobson Road, Suite B (Behind Speedway gas station on Hobson)

Prerequisite: Knowledge of HTML. In this course, you will use Adobe®Dreamweaver® Creative Cloud 2017, the most current version of the Adobe design suite, to create web pages, focusing on the content, styling, and design. Dreamweaver Creative Cloud allows users to create clean web-standard code with visual editing tools. You will also maintain and administer your website with Dreamweaver's site and page management tools.
Recommended Prerequisite: Adobe Dreamweaver® Creative Cloud 2017: Part I and knowledge of HTML. This advanced course will teach users to enhance web pages by means of adding advanced functions such as navigational controls, media elements, and forms. In this course, users will create fluid CSS layouts, implement mobile integration techniques, and share files over a server to work in a collaborative manner.
Microsoft® Excel® is the most widely-used spreadsheet in business for managing, analyzing and presenting data. In this course, which combines lecture and hands-on practice, you will learn how to create spreadsheets and perform basic data analysis.
Prerequisite: Microsoft® Excel®: Basic or equivalent knowledge. In this course combining lecture and hands-on practice, you will review the basics of Excel® before proceeding to advanced features. Learn advanced formatting, outlines, charting, and data consolidation, creating and managing cell names, working with lists and tables, saving and publishing as web pages and working with hyperlinks, and documenting and auditing workbooks. Basic macros and pivot tables are also covered.
Discover how to create and deliver engaging multimedia presentations that convey the key points of your message through the use of text, graphics, and animations. Identify the basic features and functions of PowerPoint® 2016.
QuickBooks® is user friendly and an excellent choice for small business owners wanting to do electronic bookkeeping and accounting. Learn how to set up a new company and perform business-related tasks such as writing checks, invoicing, tracking receivables and payables, inventories, bank reconciliations, payroll functions, and journal entries, as well as how to print various reports and financial statements.
This course will cover topics pertaining to the everyday use of Snapchat and how marketers/advertisers can shape the development of strategies for the micro content storytelling platform. Topics will include influencer marketing, branding, engagement, advertising, metrics, visual strategies and more. If you would like to take your social media marketing in a new direction, this is the course for you.
LinkedIn is unmatched when it comes to its ability to connect users with employers and qualified business-to-business leads. This course is designed to help participants understand why LinkedIn should be at the center of their sales and marketing strategy.
Participants should have a strong working knowledge of algebra and basic computer skills. This course will provide current and future managers effective technology tools and skills to identify and analyze business problems, create and test solutions, and devise a plan to manage the project's completion. Participants will work in teams on projects for Northeast Indiana companies through the study and implementation of tools and strategies.
Participants should have a strong working knowledge of algebra and basic computer skills. This course will provide current and future managers effective technology tools and skills to identify and analyze business problems, create and test solutions, and devise a plan to manage the project's completion. Participants will work in teams on projects for Northeast Indiana companies through the study and implementation of tools and strategies.
In this exam prep course, you will learn basic definitions and concepts for planning and controlling the flow of materials into, through and out of an organization. You also will gain an understanding of the fundamental relationships among the activities that occur in the supply chain from suppliers to customers.
Learn the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control) process,data collection techniques, and statistical methods used in Six Sigma projects.
This program offers a cost-effective method to train and certify in Six Sigma techniques. Learn the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control) process aided by the advanced statistical methods used in Six Sigma projects.(Includes Green Belt.) Successful Six Sigma projects produce measurable results and help increase a company's skill in process optimization and continuous improvement.
This is an online course. There is no specific start or end date. You may start and finish this program at any time.
.Employment law is a branch of contract law that deals with relationships between employers and employees.

This is an online course. There is no specific start or end date. You may start and finish this program at any time.
This intensive, nationally-acclaimed online course is for legal professionals in any phase of their career who would like to enhance their career options. Practice-oriented instruction will teach participants how to interview clients and witnesses, investigate complex fact patterns, research the law, prepare legal documents and assist in preparing cases for courtroom litigation.

This is an online course. There is no specific start or end date. You may start and finish this program at any time.
The Advanced Paralegal Study courses are offered in addition to the Paralegal Certificate course providing students more in-depth coverage of specific topics of law.

This comprehensive approach to developing leaders is adaptable to the needs of any organization and features three tracks developed specifically for team leaders, frontline managers, mid-level managers, and emerging leaders.The program will begin with an individual assessment to provide a framework for the curriculum and serve as the foundation for your leadership development. The tracks can be completed in one semester or across several, allowing flexibility to participants and an ability to develop their skills in a schedule that is accommodating to their personal and professional lives.
Leadership is much more than a title or a position. In this Track, learn leadership basics, how to leverage your strengths, better communicate, work effectively by embracing diversity, harness the power of engagement, and how to coach for high performance. Learn and discuss techniques to influence change and those responsible for it.
In Track III, learn how to Unlock the Synergy in Teams, management Team Dynamics and Conflict, Facilitator Basics, and How to Make Meetings Work.