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Consumer Abuse Awareness

Free

with Brandi Seaters

Calendar Jul 1, 2021

Consumer Abuse Awareness

If you are thinking about a career in supporting people with disabilities or are already a professional in the field, this will be an invaluable presentation for you. You will learn how to support people to protect themselves from abuse, the types of abuse, the statistics of abuse, and the necessary steps stop the cycle of abuse. You will hear from people with disabilities on how they want to be supported and will help you see how people with disabilities are just like everyone else. This class also includes excerpts from the Ring of Safety by Dave Hingsburger.

IMPORTANT: The We Care A Lot Foundation facilitator of this training will email you with the link and registration information for this training.  

Dates: September 21, October 19, and November 16, 2021

Schedule:  Tuesdays, 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Provided by: We Care A Lot Foundation

Data Analytics Career Training Program
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Data Analytics Career Training Program

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with . NCLab

Calendar Jul 1, 2021

Data Analytics Career Training Program

Join the workforce as a fully qualified data analyst, at a time when the demand for qualified data analysts far outstrips the supply. Our best-in-class, self-paced Data Analyst Career Training Program provides you with the knowledge, practical experience, competency and confidence to qualify for high-paying data analyst jobs. 

Trainees love our unique active learn-by-doing training with instant assessment. Our active learning process builds your knowledge and practical experience, both of which are needed to qualify for well over 95% of data analyst job openings. 

This training program consists of four or five courses, depending on whether or not you have prior programming experience. Each course must be completed within six months of its start date, but it can be completed much sooner if you choose. 

This career training program is completely self-paced and allows you the flexibility to study as much or as little as your schedule allows — you set your pace and finish on your own timeline. 

LEARN MORE: Go to www.nclab.com/sc-da for pricing and registration information. The NCLab student success specialists will be happy to answer all your questions about the program, career opportunties, and registration to help you get started on your way to a new career.    

Join the workforce as a job-ready data analyst, at a time when the demand for qualified data analysts far outstrips the supply. 

Our best-in-class, self-paced Data Analyst Career Training Program provides you with the knowledge, practical experience, competency and confidence to qualify for high-paying data analyst jobs.  

Become Qualified and Job-Ready 

It’s hard to find a better career than data analytics. Simply said, data analysts are professionals who collect, process and perform analyses for enterprises on huge quantities of information to help them make better and faster business decisions.  

When you finish our training, you will be adept in areas of data analytics, including cleaning data to presenting it in visual form, performing qualitative and quantitative analysis of data, interpreting data and making predictions. 

Get Practical Experience that 95% of Job Openings Require 

Our learn-by-doing training builds your knowledge AND practical experience, to the point that you are a qualified, job-ready data analyst when you complete our training. That makes our training very different from other programs in which trainees spend the vast majority of their time listening to lectures and reading books rather than practicing what they are learning.  

Our innovative and proven learn-by-doing training platform gives you bite-sized lessons and asks you to show that you have learned each concept by completing exercises before moving on. Powerful artificial intelligence algorithms help you with sophisticated adaptive feedback, and NCLab instructional personnel oversee your progress and assist you when you need help.  

Trainees Love Our Hands-on Training 

Trainees love our hands-on training with instant assessment, because it gives them both a feeling of accomplishment and the confidence needed to go out and apply their new knowledge. We are so sure you will love it too that we provide a 30-day money back policy so that you can start our training and evaluate for yourself whether learn-by-doing training is right for you. 

FAQs 

What is the job market for data analysts? 

Indeed.com currently lists more than 18,000 data analyst job openings in the U.S. Virtually all enterprises have now reached “data overload” and need data analysts to help them make sense of the massive amounts of information, so that management can make better and faster decisions. 

Distance employment has gained acceptance in the data analytics field and it allows you to work in place, independent of where you live. 

How much can I earn as a data analyst? 

According to Salary.com, data analyst total cash compensation in 2019, which includes base and annual incentives, varied anywhere from $68,162 to $88,919, with the average total cash compensation being $78,413. 

Who is this Data Analytics Career Training for? 

Our program is for both people who are employed and are looking to enhance their careers and for people who are looking for a new career in a high-demand occupation. 

We welcome all domestic and international applicants. 

Are there program prerequisites? 

For this training, you should be comfortable with basic math and algebra operations, number systems, and data functions such as average and sum. A programming background shortens the time required to complete the training but is not required.  

What happens when I complete the training? 

Upon successful completion of the training, you’ll have the knowledge, practical experience, competency and confidence to qualify for high-paying data analyst jobs.

 

For-College-Credit, Online Customer Service Courses: BSOT 121
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For-College-Credit, Online Customer Service Courses: BSOT 121

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with Shasta College Faculty

Calendar Jul 1, 2021

For-College-Credit, Online Customer Service Courses

Shasta College is proud to offer a five-class Customer Service Academy designed to equip you with the ability to manage or improve many workplace issues that, if addressed, will lead to increased productivity. You may take all five one-unit classes or choose the classes that most interest you. The first three classes of the academy will be offered in Fall 2021. Academy topics range from conflict resolution to team-building to communicating with people (both employees and customers). This is a locally approved certificate. 

IMPORTANT: To RSVP for these customer service classes, please fill in your student information here. As these are Shasta College for-credit courses, registration information and instructions will be provided via email to students prior to the course. 

 

BSOT 121: Decision Making, Problem Solving, and Conflict Resolution

Section number for registration: F2215 8-weeks 8/16-10/8 Online

1 credit

Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to decision making and problem solving. It is also designed to provide the student with an analysis of attitudes and behavior which create conflict between individuals and groups within an organization. This course may be offered in a distance education format.

For-College-Credit, Online Customer Service Courses: BSOT 123
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For-College-Credit, Online Customer Service Courses: BSOT 123

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with Shasta College Faculty

Calendar Jul 1, 2021

For-College-Credit, Online Customer Service Courses

Shasta College is proud to offer a five-class Customer Service Academy designed to equip you with the ability to manage or improve many workplace issues that, if addressed, will lead to increased productivity. You may take all five one-unit classes or choose the classes that most interest you. The first three classes of the academy will be offered in Fall 2021. Academy topics range from conflict resolution to team-building to communicating with people (both employees and customers). This is a locally approved certificate. 

IMPORTANT: To RSVP for these customer service classes, please fill in your student information here. As these are Shasta College for-credit courses, registration information and instructions will be provided via email to students prior to the course. 

BSOT 123: Communication and Team Building

Section number for registration: F2435 8-weeks 10/18-12/17 Online

1 credit

Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to key elements in communication within business organizations including verbal and nonverbal communication as well as listening skills. It will also provide the student with an understanding of how teams work together, common problems teams encounter and how to solve them. This course may be offered in a distance education format.

 

For-College-Credit, Online Customer Service Courses: BSOT 124
Registration Unavailable

For-College-Credit, Online Customer Service Courses: BSOT 124

Price not
available

with Shasta College Faculty

Calendar Jul 1, 2021

For-College-Credit, Online Customer Service Courses

Shasta College is proud to offer a five-class Customer Service Academy designed to equip you with the ability to manage or improve many workplace issues that, if addressed, will lead to increased productivity. You may take all five one-unit classes or choose the classes that most interest you. The first three classes of the academy will be offered in Fall 2021. Academy topics range from conflict resolution to team-building to communicating with people (both employees and customers). This is a locally approved certificate. 

IMPORTANT: To RSVP for these customer service classes, please fill in your student information here. As these are Shasta College for-credit courses, registration information and instructions will be provided via email to students prior to the course. 

BSOT 124: Values, Ethics, and Organization Change

Section number for registration: F2399 8-weeks 10/18-12/17 Online

1 credit

Description: This course is designed to acquaint the student with the importance of values and ethics in the workplace. It will also provide the student with an understanding of change and the influence it has on an organization and the individuals in that organization. This course may be offered in a distance education format.

BUAD 301A: Launching Your Business

Free

with Chelsea Hendershot

Calendar Sep 21, 2021 at 5:30 pm

BUAD 301A: LAUNCHING YOUR BUSINESS

Do you have a business idea but don’t know where to start? This six-week series will help guide you through the steps of developing and launching a business. This series is offered in two parts. This course is designed to give students the necessary knowledge and skills to explore, plan and develop a business. The business entrepreneur utilizes the understanding of business concepts, strategies, and technology to shape ideas into opportunities supported by research, data, and business models.

Dates: SEP 21 - OCT 7, 2021

Schedule: Tues/Thurs, 5:30-8:30pm

Location: Shasta College Redding Main Campus, Room 2206

IMPORTANT, Please Read: This is a Shasta College non-credit course. On the first night of class, a hard copy registration form will be provided to students and collected during class to enroll students in this program.

Facebook Groups 101

$25

with Lani Lott

Calendar Sep 23, 2021 at 10 am

FACEBOOK GROUPS 101 

Facebook Groups were hotter than ever in 2020 and in fact, Facebook has made Groups a core component of the platform. Chances are you have joined a group or two and enjoy the discussion among its members. A Facebook Group is just that – a way for an exclusive group of people to communicate, share and keep in touch on Facebook. People tend to create Groups around topics like: a brand or business, books (for example, a book club), common experiences, exclusive membership sites or support groups. If you have always wanted to know how to start a group, expand its membership and create a strong “community” then you should attend this webinar. Our presenter will walk you through all of the basics of a group and demonstrate the features as the administrator to set standards, drive engagement and keep discussion on topic.

Date: September 23, 2021

Schedule: Thursday, 10:00am to 11:30am 

IMPORTANT: This training is being provided via Zoom. The facilitator will email you the Zoom link prior to the start of class. 

LinkedIn 101 - How to Master Profile Basics

$25

with Lani Lott

Calendar Oct 7, 2021 at 3 pm

LINKEDIN 101: HOW TO MASTER PROFILE BASICS 

LinkedIn is no longer an online resume – it’s your digital reputation. In today’s digital world, networking online is just as important as cultivating in-person connections, and LinkedIn is the most important social media channel for professionals in any field including volunteering, working part-time or just wanting to maintain your professional image. Your LinkedIn profile is often the first or second Google search result when someone searches for you online so if you are asking yourself at this stage in life “Why should I bother creating a LinkedIn profile?" If you don’t have a LinkedIn profile today, it is very noticeable. During this webinar, we will cover the basics of creating a profile, LinkedIn messages, search features, connecting with colleagues, asking for recommendations and joining groups.

Date: October 7, 2021

Schedule: Thursday, 3:00pm to 4:30pm

IMPORTANT: This training is being provided via Zoom. The facilitator will email you the Zoom link prior to the start of class. 





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