Workshops & Special Events
Upcoming Workshops and Trainings
Computer Training's offered by the CEC
Microsoft Word – The Basics
February 16th, 6-8pm @CEC
Learn the basics of what Microsoft Word has to offer and how to send documents to others. No materials/technology required to bring to this class.
Microsoft Excel – The Basics
February 23rd, 6-8pm @ CEC
Learn the basics of what Microsoft Excel has to offer with simple spreadsheet creation and formulas. No materials/technology required to bring to this class.
March 2nd, 6-8pm @CEC
Learn how to use your iPhone efficiently. This will go over the very basics of your phone so you feel comfortable with using it and downloading new apps that make your life easier! You will need to bring your iPhone to class and it would help to know your Apple user ID e-mail and password.
Walmart Grocery Pickup
March 9th, 6-8pm @CEC
Learn how to use your phone to download the Walmart Grocery app, pick out your groceries, and designate a pickup time to safely retrieve your items from the store. You’ll be shocked at how much time this saves! Please bring smartphone device if you want to use the app from your phone
Basic Social Media
March 16th, 6-8pm @CEC
Social media blends technology and social interactions and is an essential 21st century skill. This class will give overviews of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest. No materials/technology required to bring to this class.
March 23, 6-8pm @CEC
Learn everything that Google has to offer. In this class, you will learn to setup a Google account and learn an overview of what your account as to offer with things like email, calendar, docs, sheets, and slides. No materials/technology required to bring to this class.
Dale Carnegie Course: Effective Communications & Human
Tuesday Evenings: March 16th – May 4th, 2021
3:30 – 6:30 PM, for 8 Weeks at the CEC
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Who Should Attend
Professionals at all levels who wish
to optimize their performance, lead
with conviction and positively affect
the bottom line
When you look at the successful people, what do you see? Confidence. Competence. Enthusiasm. They’re engaged in all aspects of their work and life, inspiring others as they lead by example.
This Dale Carnegie Course helps you master the human relations skills that enable you to thrive in any setting. You’ll discover how to form closer, more rewarding relationships built on trust and respect. Increasing your confidence and competence in interacting with others will gain the influence you need to reach new heights in your personal and professional life.
As you become a persuasive communicator and problem-solver more adept at managing stress and handling change, you’ll find yourself inspiring others to take initiative and innovate.
The Dale Carnegie Course will help you master the communication skills necessary in today’s demanding business environment. You’ll learn to strengthen interpersonal relationships and develop a commanding attitude, instilling confidence and enthusiasm in your workplace.
Does the experience make a difference? Clients say yes. You’ll see the results
as you stretch your abilities, tackle complex challenges, expand your
ingenuity, and excel in building team harmony. The Dale Carnegie Course will
focus your energy to become a more effective communicator, securing your
place as a valued contributor in your organization.
Learn How To:
- Use a proven process to recall names and facts
- Communicate more confidently
- Build trust and persuade people to take action
- Project an enthusiastic attitude
- Communicate logically, clearly, and concisely
- Energize and engage listeners
- Create a safe and caring environment
- Manage stress and minimize worry
- Strengthen relationships
- Give constructive feedback that empowers others
- Encourage positive thinking
- Identify and reward successes
- Commit to continuous improvement
Adult Education Evenings
Adult education class please contact Lyndsey McAndrew by phone at 781-3437 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment.