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Current Learning Opportunities for Alumni

Train-the-Trainer: How Adults Learn

Type: Continuing Education
Target Audience:
Alumni, Faculty, Administration, Continuing Education
Posted On: 11/26/2018
Registration Deadline: 02/25/2019

Discover how an adult’s learning styles are significantly different than a child’s. Banish the boring lecture, the professorial tone and the theoretical babble. Instead, develop a new, more energized and effective style of training designed specifically for the unique learning needs of adults and experienced working professional.

Train-the-Trainer Series

Type: Continuing Education
Target Audience:
Alumni, Faculty, Administration, Continuing Education
Posted On: 11/26/2018
Registration Deadline: 02/25/2019

The training field is a continuously evolving environment—changing expectations from organizations and trainees, the introduction of new methodologies, fresh insights on the best presentation and planning
techniques.

Train the Trainer: Planning, Designing & Evaluating Training

Type: Continuing Education
Target Audience:
Alumni, Faculty, Administration, Continuing Education
Posted On: 11/26/2018
Registration Deadline: 11/26/2019

You already know that an adult’s learning style is different than a child’s, and training based on theories and lectures is not the most effective approach for delivering programs.  But how do you actually develop your training around the principles of adult learning?

Thriving During Change

Type: Continuing Education
Target Audience:
Alumni, Faculty, Administration, Continuing Education
Posted On: 11/26/2018
Registration Deadline: 11/26/2019

Six Sigma Yellow Belt

Type: Continuing Education
Target Audience:
Alumni, Faculty, Administration, Continuing Education
Posted On: 11/26/2018
Registration Deadline: 04/11/2019

Does your organization embrace Six Sigma as a way doing business?   Are you considering moving to Six Sigma as a strategy for improving organizational efficiency by improving quality, reducing waste and improving processes?  If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, then the Six Sigma Yellow Belt could be just what you need to get started.

Six Sigma Green Belt

Type: Continuing Education
Target Audience:
Alumni, Faculty, Administration, Continuing Education
Posted On: 11/26/2018
Registration Deadline: 05/07/2019

Do you already have a fundamental understanding of Six Sigma, through Yellow Belt Certification and on the job experience?  Take the next step and prepare yourself to take on more important role in by improving quality, reducing waste and improving processes to enhance customer satisfaction.

Six Sigma Certificate Program Series

Type: Continuing Education
Target Audience:
Alumni, Faculty, Administration, Continuing Education
Posted On: 11/26/2018
Registration Deadline: 04/11/2019

Six Sigma Yellow Belt
Learn the Six Sigma approach, language and tools and develop an understanding of the general principles of Six Sigma.

Six Sigma Green Belt
Develop deeper knowledge and experience in Six Sigma.

Six Sigma Black Belt
Confidently lead Six Sigma projects and processes, as well as the people involved in delivering Six Sigma results

Six Sigma Black Belt

Type: Continuing Education
Target Audience:
Alumni, Faculty, Administration, Continuing Education
Posted On: 11/26/2018
Registration Deadline: 06/10/2019

Six Sigma Black Belt Certification is a highly respected credential and a huge asset to individuals and their organizations.

Six Sigma Black Belt Certification enables you to confidently lead Six Sigma projects for your organization, as well as lead others to follow the Six Sigma principles in their projects and processes.  You will learn how to leverage your expertise as a knowledgeable practitioner of Six Sigma to improve processes, decision making, organizational capabilities and results.

Running Effective Meetings

Type: Continuing Education
Target Audience:
Alumni, Faculty, Administration, Continuing Education
Posted On: 11/20/2018
Registration Deadline: 02/27/2019

This fast-paced, interactive workshop will introduce participants to the key elements of effective meetings and surface barriers that can get in the way of productivity and results.  Real world scenarios will be discussed and participants will be provided with concrete tools to lead or participate in meetings that do not waste time. 

Relationship Building for Maximum Influence

Type: Continuing Education
Target Audience:
Alumni, Faculty, Administration, Continuing Education
Posted On: 11/20/2018
Registration Deadline: 03/20/2019

The most important capacity we possess as human beings as we build relationships is our ability to influence behavior, and the one skill that determines our success as an organization is our capacity to do the same. And when organizational challenges exist or persist, it is frequently because of individuals who behave in ways that perpetuate the challenge. Our results depend on our ability to manage relationships.

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