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1 August 2002 Caddo Kiowa Technology Center Business & Computer Technology Orientation

2 August 2002 BCT Instructors Melody BilyeuMelody Bilyeu Pam HutchersonPam Hutcherson Charlotte OswaldCharlotte Oswald Lea Ann WashburnLea Ann Washburn Sonora WilliamsSonora Williams

3 August 2002 What the heck is BCT? Business and ComputerTechnology

4 August 2002 Program Goal The goal of our program is to help you LEARN TO LEARN by incorporating responsibility, accountability, time management, problem solving, and teamwork into your daily experiences.The goal of our program is to help you LEARN TO LEARN by incorporating responsibility, accountability, time management, problem solving, and teamwork into your daily experiences.

5 August 2002 BCT Philosophy and Goals Our philosophy is that each student should have an equal opportunity for learning what best suits his/her interests and abilities.Our philosophy is that each student should have an equal opportunity for learning what best suits his/her interests and abilities. Our overall goal is to develop each individual’s potential so that he/she leaves our program a proud and productive citizen.Our overall goal is to develop each individual’s potential so that he/she leaves our program a proud and productive citizen.

6 August 2002 BCT Objectives Our primary objective is to provide students with marketable skills to be used in a global and technologically- driven business environment and to assist students in developing work habits which will promote success on the job.Our primary objective is to provide students with marketable skills to be used in a global and technologically- driven business environment and to assist students in developing work habits which will promote success on the job.

7 August 2002 BCT is… Our program is based on individualized trainingOur program is based on individualized training You are able to move through classes at your own paceYou are able to move through classes at your own pace You are responsible for your own success.You are responsible for your own success. We use syllabi for course instruction/direction, textbooks, projects, and the internet to deliver various course materials.We use syllabi for course instruction/direction, textbooks, projects, and the internet to deliver various course materials.

8 August 2002 A Note About Individualized Training… Please understand that learning through individualized training does not mean…Please understand that learning through individualized training does not mean… –I can do what I want!! –I can play all day!! You must exercise self-discipline to complete your work.You must exercise self-discipline to complete your work. Do not allow yourself to get behind.Do not allow yourself to get behind. It is hard to catch up.It is hard to catch up.

9 August 2002 BCT Methodology You should consider this program to be a real-world work environment.You should consider this program to be a real-world work environment. The Instructor’s role is that of a supervisor or manager.The Instructor’s role is that of a supervisor or manager. Your role is that of a trainee or employee.Your role is that of a trainee or employee. Training in the real world is not the same as in a “traditional educational setting.”Training in the real world is not the same as in a “traditional educational setting.” Your success (or failure) is within your control.Your success (or failure) is within your control.

10 August 2002 BCT Students We serve both High School and Adult students.We serve both High School and Adult students. We serve students from 14 local school districts.We serve students from 14 local school districts. We expect all students to work together.We expect all students to work together.

11 August 2002 Program Guidelines Being successful in the business world requires more than technical skills. Listed are some of the traits employers desire of their employees. You are expected to demonstrate these skills daily.Being successful in the business world requires more than technical skills. Listed are some of the traits employers desire of their employees. You are expected to demonstrate these skills daily. –Respect and cooperation with all individuals –Honesty –Responsibility and accountability –Initiative and willingness to work –Enthusiasm and efficiency –Flexibility –Desire to be successful in completing tasks –Leadership –Personal cleanliness and good grooming –Professionalism

12 August 2002 Workplace Procedures You are expected to be in your seat or assigned work area on time every day at the beginning of each block.You are expected to be in your seat or assigned work area on time every day at the beginning of each block. Avoid unnecessary absences and tardies.Avoid unnecessary absences and tardies. –It is impossible to succeed in any working environment when you are not present to complete your work.

13 August 2002 Workplace Conduct Sexual Harassment of any kind will not be tolerated.*Sexual Harassment of any kind will not be tolerated.* Bullying will not be allowed.*Bullying will not be allowed.* The school dress code will be followed.*The school dress code will be followed.* *See your CKTC Student Handbook.*See your CKTC Student Handbook.

14 August 2002 Workplace Etiquette Please watch your language in class and at break time. You are training to become a professional employee--now is the time to develop the professional image.Please watch your language in class and at break time. You are training to become a professional employee--now is the time to develop the professional image. Excessive loud talking and laughing will not be toleratedExcessive loud talking and laughing will not be tolerated

15 August 2002Respect Everyone deserves RESPECT; this includes all students, faculty, and staff!Everyone deserves RESPECT; this includes all students, faculty, and staff!

16 August 2002 Homeroom Instructors At enrollment time you will be assigned a Homeroom Instructor.At enrollment time you will be assigned a Homeroom Instructor. Your Homeroom Instructor is responsible for you.Your Homeroom Instructor is responsible for you. She will maintain your student file.She will maintain your student file. You will see her whenever you finish a class, want to change classes, or just need help in making a decision.You will see her whenever you finish a class, want to change classes, or just need help in making a decision.

17 August 2002 Time Schedule We have four (4) Blocks of instruction during the day.We have four (4) Blocks of instruction during the day. You will be scheduled in four (4) classes per day (full-time) or two (2) classes per day (half-time).You will be scheduled in four (4) classes per day (full-time) or two (2) classes per day (half-time).

18 August 2002 BCT Schedule Click here to view the BCT Daily ScheduleClick here to view the BCT Daily ScheduleClick here to view the BCT Daily ScheduleClick here to view the BCT Daily Schedule {Close the Browser Window when done viewing the Schedule.}{Close the Browser Window when done viewing the Schedule.}

19 August 2002 Daily Minute of Silence A Minute of Silence will be observed every day at 8:35 a.m.A Minute of Silence will be observed every day at 8:35 a.m. –The Board of Education of each school district shall ensure that the public schools within the district observe approximately one minute of silence each day for the purpose of allowing each student, in the exercise of his or her individual choice, to reflect, mediate, pray, or engage in any other silent activity that does not interfere with, distract, or impede other students in the exercise of their individual choice (Title 70, ).

20 August 2002 Stay On Task All students should stay on task until dismissed (Do not leave your work area until dismissed.)All students should stay on task until dismissed (Do not leave your work area until dismissed.) –11:30 a.m. – 3:40 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. (for students with kids in daycare)

21 August 2002 Daily Sign-In You must sign in when you arrive.You must sign in when you arrive. You must sign out when you leave the building for any reason. (Remember the “Pink Slip!”)You must sign out when you leave the building for any reason. (Remember the “Pink Slip!”) Remember to always sign back in after lunch (for AM-PM students).Remember to always sign back in after lunch (for AM-PM students). If you are absent or tardy, you must initial your time card with an explanation.If you are absent or tardy, you must initial your time card with an explanation.

22 August 2002 Leaving the Classroom You should avoid leaving your area unless you have a reason to do so. (Don’t leave your area just to visit with a friend.)You should avoid leaving your area unless you have a reason to do so. (Don’t leave your area just to visit with a friend.) You should get your Instructor’s approval before leaving your area for any reason.You should get your Instructor’s approval before leaving your area for any reason. If you are entering another Instructor’s area, get her approval first.If you are entering another Instructor’s area, get her approval first. You must receive permission to leave the building for any reason. Fill out a “Pink Slip,” and have your instructor sign it.You must receive permission to leave the building for any reason. Fill out a “Pink Slip,” and have your instructor sign it.

23 August 2002 Food and Drinks No food is permitted at the computer stations.No food is permitted at the computer stations. You can have hard candies (things that do not crumble).You can have hard candies (things that do not crumble). Please throw your wrappers away!!!!Please throw your wrappers away!!!! Do Not store any food or drinks in your locker (attracts critters!).Do Not store any food or drinks in your locker (attracts critters!). –Remember, that in the business world, you should strive to maintain a professional demeanor at all times.

24 August 2002 Bottled Drinks You may have bottled drinks (with screw on lid) with you.You may have bottled drinks (with screw on lid) with you. You must keep the drinks on the floor or in your bag away from the computer.You must keep the drinks on the floor or in your bag away from the computer. Being allowed drinks at a computer station is considered a privilege not a right.Being allowed drinks at a computer station is considered a privilege not a right.

25 August 2002 Drink and Snack Machines We now have drink and snack machines located in the lobby.We now have drink and snack machines located in the lobby. Please do not abuse this convenience.Please do not abuse this convenience. –Do not leave crumbs. –Do not leave wrappers. –Do not litter. We do not have a “snack room,” so please take care of what we do have.We do not have a “snack room,” so please take care of what we do have.

26 August 2002 Phone Calls No personal phone calls.No personal phone calls. You may use the phone at OneStop at: 10: :30 a.m :00 p.m.You may use the phone at OneStop at: 10: :30 a.m :00 p.m. You should avoid bringing in any electronic devices such as cell phones or pagers.You should avoid bringing in any electronic devices such as cell phones or pagers. If you have to keep one with you, it must be turned off during school hours.If you have to keep one with you, it must be turned off during school hours. If you feel you must keep your phone/pager on because of extenuating circumstances, you should discuss this with your homeroom instructor and/or the supervisor. Her decision will be final.If you feel you must keep your phone/pager on because of extenuating circumstances, you should discuss this with your homeroom instructor and/or the supervisor. Her decision will be final.

27 August 2002Parking All students on campus are strongly urged to park in the center parking area.All students on campus are strongly urged to park in the center parking area. There are a limited number of parking spaces in the BCT parking lot.There are a limited number of parking spaces in the BCT parking lot. –Not everyone will be able to park here. DO NOT park in any space marked RESERVED.DO NOT park in any space marked RESERVED. –These areas are reserved for faculty/staff and guests.

28 August 2002 Computer/Network Policies All students will be given a network username and password.All students will be given a network username and password. You are to use only your sign-on information.You are to use only your sign-on information. Your computer usage can be tracked (see Internet Policies in CKTC Student Handbook).Your computer usage can be tracked (see Internet Policies in CKTC Student Handbook).

29 August 2002 Computer Usage—Internet Unless your course requires you to be on the Internet, the only times you should be on the Internet areUnless your course requires you to be on the Internet, the only times you should be on the Internet are –at the ending five minutes of each class, –8:00-8:30 a.m., –12:10-12:40 p.m., and –3:40-4:00 p.m. –(This includes checking your .) Please see the Student Handbook for complete Internet Policy.Please see the Student Handbook for complete Internet Policy.

30 August 2002 Computer Usage—Music During school time, you will not be allowed to listen to music. This includes CD’s and/or digital music (mp3’s, etc.)During school time, you will not be allowed to listen to music. This includes CD’s and/or digital music (mp3’s, etc.) The only reason you should have headphones is if your class requires them.The only reason you should have headphones is if your class requires them.

31 August 2002 Computer Usage Please keep in mind that these computers are here for your use; however, these computers are not your personal computers.Please keep in mind that these computers are here for your use; however, these computers are not your personal computers. Please do not change any settings or download any material unless instructed to do so.Please do not change any settings or download any material unless instructed to do so. Students will be allowed to use the CD-RW drives for learning purposes only--not to copy music and/or CDs.Students will be allowed to use the CD-RW drives for learning purposes only--not to copy music and/or CDs. If policies are regularly violated, certain computer privileges may be removed.If policies are regularly violated, certain computer privileges may be removed.

32 August 2002Textbooks/Supplies Adult Students must purchase required textbooks and supplies.Adult Students must purchase required textbooks and supplies. High School students can check out required textbooks from the Bookstore after their $30.00 deposit is made.High School students can check out required textbooks from the Bookstore after their $30.00 deposit is made.

33 August 2002 Resources—BCT’s Website Please visit the BCT website often.Please visit the BCT website often. It is updated regularly.It is updated regularly. You can access the BCT Calendar.You can access the BCT Calendar. If there is not already a link on your computer’s desktop, go to there is not already a link on your computer’s desktop, go to You can also access the BCT site by going to then go to Academics/Business & Computer Technology, and click on the link to our site.You can also access the BCT site by going to then go to Academics/Business & Computer Technology, and click on the link to our site.

34 August 2002Medications If you are on any medications, please keep those put away.If you are on any medications, please keep those put away. Instructors are not allowed to dispense any medication.Instructors are not allowed to dispense any medication.

35 August 2002Miscellaneous Talking is permitted as long as it is minimal and discreet. If the talking is interrupting other students, it is too loud.Talking is permitted as long as it is minimal and discreet. If the talking is interrupting other students, it is too loud. You may use one of the “lockers” (filing cabinet drawers) to store your books and materials.You may use one of the “lockers” (filing cabinet drawers) to store your books and materials. There are no locks, so be careful as to what you store in your locker.There are no locks, so be careful as to what you store in your locker. There will be periodic, unannounced drug searches by drug dogs at CKTC.There will be periodic, unannounced drug searches by drug dogs at CKTC.

36 August 2002 Student Handbook You should have a copy of the current Student Handbook.You should have a copy of the current Student Handbook. If you do not, please ask an instructor for a copy.If you do not, please ask an instructor for a copy. All school rules, guidelines, and information are listed in the Handbook.All school rules, guidelines, and information are listed in the Handbook.

37 August 2002 Be sure and note these items in your Student Handbook! Attendance Policy pp Attendance Policy pp Smoking Policy pp Smoking Policy pp Grading Policy pp Grading Policy pp Internet Policy pp Internet Policy pp Student Behavior p. 12Student Behavior p. 12 Car Regulations/Permit to Leave School p. 12Car Regulations/Permit to Leave School p. 12 Care of School Property p. 12Care of School Property p. 12 Sexual Harassment Policy pp Sexual Harassment Policy pp School Bullying Prevention Act p. 17School Bullying Prevention Act p. 17 Dress Code & Personal Appearance p. 7Dress Code & Personal Appearance p. 7

38 August 2002 Professional Development We are here to help you succeed in the workplace.We are here to help you succeed in the workplace. A large part of that success will come from your professionalism.A large part of that success will come from your professionalism. –Most failures come from the lack of professionalism in the workplace! Every student will receive a Professional Development grade on each report card.Every student will receive a Professional Development grade on each report card. The Professional Development grade counts as much as any other course grade on your report card.The Professional Development grade counts as much as any other course grade on your report card.

39 August 2002 Professional Development Requirements Professional Development is being revised.Professional Development is being revised. We will inform you of the requirements as soon as possible.We will inform you of the requirements as soon as possible.

40 August 2002 Grading Policies Please see your Student Handbook.Please see your Student Handbook. Policies for Grading, Report Cards, and Attendance (and just about everything else) are located in the Student Handbook.Policies for Grading, Report Cards, and Attendance (and just about everything else) are located in the Student Handbook.

41 August 2002 College Credit Courses While enrolled at CKTC, you can receive college credit from Redland’s Community College Business Applications Software (3)Business Applications Software (3) Intro to Computer Science (3)Intro to Computer Science (3) Word Processing I (3)Word Processing I (3) Spreadsheet Applications (3)Spreadsheet Applications (3) Database Applications (3)Database Applications (3) Desktop Publishing (3)Desktop Publishing (3) Document Formatting (3) Machine Transcription (2) Medical Terminology (3) Medical Transcription (3) BASIC Programming (3) Operating Systems (3)

42 August 2002 National Vo-Tech Honor Society ”NVTHS” The purpose of NVTHS is toThe purpose of NVTHS is to –Promote service, leadership, honesty, career development, and skilled workmanship; –To reward student achievement; –To encourage and assist student educational and career goal-setting; –To promote a stronger linkage between the local vocational-technical school and business and industry; –And to promote the image of vocational- technical education in America.

43 August 2002 ”NVTHS” Criteria Nominees for the NVTHS at CKTC must meet the following criteria:Nominees for the NVTHS at CKTC must meet the following criteria: –Currently be enrolled a secondary or post- secondary student. –Be recommended by the vocational instructor. –Be in attendance 15 weeks prior to nomination. –Have an A average with no more than 5 absences for the semester. –Be an active member of the student organization relating to the student’s vocational training program (BPA).

44 August 2002 Student Organization BPA—Business Professionals of AmericaBPA—Business Professionals of America –For Secondary and Post-Secondary Students –View upcoming events View upcoming eventsView upcoming events –Visit BPA homepage Visit BPA homepageVisit BPA homepage

45 August 2002Responsibilities All students will be expected to actively participate in the organization.All students will be expected to actively participate in the organization. BPA meetings are held at least once per month.BPA meetings are held at least once per month. There are five (4) BPA committees that students are highly encouraged to join.There are five (4) BPA committees that students are highly encouraged to join.

46 August 2002Committees Civic CommitteeCivic Committee Memory CommitteeMemory Committee Professional Development CommitteeProfessional Development Committee Social CommitteeSocial Committee

47 August 2002Leadership All students are encouraged to run for an officer position.All students are encouraged to run for an officer position. –Local Chapter –State Level –National Level All students are encouraged to participate in BPA activities.All students are encouraged to participate in BPA activities. –Fall Leadership Conference –BPA Contests –Spring Leadership Conference

48 August 2002Courses When you begin your coursework in BCT, you will enroll in Computer Fundamentals courses and Business Fundamentals courses.When you begin your coursework in BCT, you will enroll in Computer Fundamentals courses and Business Fundamentals courses. You should begin work in your chosen specialty area (see Certificate Areas) after you have completed the Computer Fundamentals courses.You should begin work in your chosen specialty area (see Certificate Areas) after you have completed the Computer Fundamentals courses.

49 August 2002 Leadership Course All students who become BPA a officer will be expected to attend any necessary leadership courses.All students who become BPA a officer will be expected to attend any necessary leadership courses. These courses will consist of various leadership topics, parliamentary procedures, Roberts’ Rules of Order, etc.These courses will consist of various leadership topics, parliamentary procedures, Roberts’ Rules of Order, etc. Non-officer students may attend.Non-officer students may attend. –Please see Mrs. Washburn

50 August 2002 BCT Timeframe BCT is designed to be a two-year (four-semester) program.BCT is designed to be a two-year (four-semester) program. You should complete Computer Fundamentals and Business Fundamentals within the first semester. They must be completed before receiving your BCT Completion Certificate.You should complete Computer Fundamentals and Business Fundamentals within the first semester. They must be completed before receiving your BCT Completion Certificate. The time to start deciding which area(s) to specialize in is NOW.The time to start deciding which area(s) to specialize in is NOW.

51 August 2002 State Competency Testing The following State Competency tests are currently available:The following State Competency tests are currently available: –Core Business Skills –Accounts Payable Clerk –Accounts Receivable Clerk –Full-Charge Bookkeeper –Banking: Teller –Microcomputer Repair & Support Technician –Microcomputer Repair/Networking Technician

52 August 2002 Brainbench Certification Testing Brainbench testing will be required at the end of some courses and/or certifications.Brainbench testing will be required at the end of some courses and/or certifications. Brainbench is a highly recognized, vendor-neutral, industry certification.Brainbench is a highly recognized, vendor-neutral, industry certification. Brainbench testing is free to all Career Tech students.Brainbench testing is free to all Career Tech students.

53 August 2002 Industry Certifications We encourage all of our students to pursue industry certification in their chosen field(s).We encourage all of our students to pursue industry certification in their chosen field(s). These include, but are not limited to:These include, but are not limited to: –Brainbench –MOUS (Microsoft Office User Specialist) –MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional) –MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) –A+ (CompTIA) –CIW (Certified Internet Webmaster) –Adobe –AMA (American Management Association)

54 August 2002 MOUS Testing Site Caddo Kiowa Technology is a Certified MOUS Testing Site.Caddo Kiowa Technology is a Certified MOUS Testing Site. See your Instructor for more details.See your Instructor for more details.

55 August 2002 Certificate Areas Business & Computer TechnologyBusiness & Computer Technology –Computer Fundamentals Computer FundamentalsComputer Fundamentals –Business Fundamentals Business FundamentalsBusiness Fundamentals –Advanced Computer Operations Advanced Computer OperationsAdvanced Computer Operations Information TechnologyInformation Technology –PC Repair PC RepairPC Repair Network Administration & TroubleshootingNetwork Administration & Troubleshooting –Network Administrator Network AdministratorNetwork Administrator –Network Systems Engineer Network Systems EngineerNetwork Systems Engineer

56 August 2002 Certificate Areas (2) E-Commerce and Web ServicesE-Commerce and Web Services –Desktop Publishing & Graphic Design Desktop Publishing & Graphic DesignDesktop Publishing & Graphic Design –Graphic and Video Production Graphic and Video ProductionGraphic and Video Production –Web Video Tools & Design Strategies Web Video Tools & Design StrategiesWeb Video Tools & Design Strategies –Internet Professional Internet ProfessionalInternet Professional –Web Site Designer Web Site DesignerWeb Site Designer –E-Commerce Designer E-Commerce DesignerE-Commerce Designer

57 August 2002 Certificate Areas (3) Business Services/ManagementBusiness Services/Management –Customer Services Customer ServicesCustomer Services –Help Desk Analysis Help Desk AnalysisHelp Desk Analysis –Accounting Services Computerized Full-Charge BookkeeperComputerized Full-Charge BookkeeperComputerized Full-Charge BookkeeperComputerized Full-Charge Bookkeeper –Insurance Services CSR AcademyCSR AcademyCSR AcademyCSR Academy

58 August 2002 Certificate Areas (4) –Health Information Services Medical Record TechnicianMedical Record TechnicianMedical Record TechnicianMedical Record Technician Medical TranscriptionistMedical TranscriptionistMedical TranscriptionistMedical Transcriptionist –Legal Services Legal Secretary AssistantLegal Secretary AssistantLegal Secretary AssistantLegal Secretary Assistant Accredited Legal SecretaryAccredited Legal SecretaryAccredited Legal SecretaryAccredited Legal Secretary

59 August 2002 Computer Fundamentals KeyboardingKeyboarding Windows 2000Windows 2000 Computer ConceptsComputer Concepts Business Application SoftwareBusiness Application Software –Word –Excel –Access –PowerPoint –Outlook –Publisher

60 August 2002 Business Fundamentals Business MachinesBusiness Machines FilingFiling Ten-KeyTen-Key Telephone TechniquesTelephone Techniques Human RelationsHuman Relations Business WritingBusiness Writing InternshipInternship Job Readiness Project & PortfolioJob Readiness Project & Portfolio

61 August 2002 Advanced Computer Operations Computer FundamentalsComputer Fundamentals Business FundamentalsBusiness Fundamentals Word Processing—Word Processing— –Advanced Word or WordPerfect Spreadsheet Applications—Spreadsheet Applications— –Advanced Excel Database Applications—Database Applications— –Advanced Access Advanced Presentations—Advanced Presentations— –Advanced PowerPoint

62 August 2002 PC Repair Computer FundamentalsComputer Fundamentals Business FundamentalsBusiness Fundamentals

63 August 2002 Network Administrator Computer FundamentalsComputer Fundamentals Business FundamentalsBusiness Fundamentals Networking FundamentalsNetworking Fundamentals Network AdministrationNetwork Administration

64 August 2002 Network Systems Engineer Computer FundamentalsComputer Fundamentals Business FundamentalsBusiness Fundamentals Networking FundamentalsNetworking Fundamentals Windows 2000 ServerWindows 2000 Server Windows 2000 ProfessionalWindows 2000 Professional Windows 2000 Active DirectoryWindows 2000 Active Directory Windows 2000 NetworkingWindows 2000 Networking Windows 2000 Directory ServiceWindows 2000 Directory Service Windows 2000 SecurityWindows 2000 Security Designing Windows 2000 NetworkDesigning Windows 2000 Network

65 August 2002 Desktop Publishing & Graphic Design Computer FundamentalsComputer Fundamentals Business FundamentalsBusiness Fundamentals Digital CamerasDigital Cameras Microsoft PublisherMicrosoft Publisher Adobe PageMakerAdobe PageMaker

66 August 2002 Graphic and Video Production Computer FundamentalsComputer Fundamentals Business FundamentalsBusiness Fundamentals Intro to MultimediaIntro to Multimedia Drawing Software (Corel Draw)Drawing Software (Corel Draw) Illustration Software (PhotoShop)Illustration Software (PhotoShop) Digital CamerasDigital Cameras Advanced Presentations (PowerPoint)Advanced Presentations (PowerPoint) Advanced Multimedia (Project)Advanced Multimedia (Project)

67 August 2002 Web Video Tools & Design Strategies Computer FundamentalsComputer Fundamentals Business FundamentalsBusiness Fundamentals Web Graphics and MultimediaWeb Graphics and Multimedia Macromedia FlashMacromedia Flash Macromedia FireworksMacromedia Fireworks Macromedia Freehand Macromedia Director Adobe Freehand Adobe Illustrator Adobe Premier

68 August 2002 Internet Professional Computer FundamentalsComputer Fundamentals Business FundamentalsBusiness Fundamentals Digital CamerasDigital Cameras Internet FundamentalsInternet Fundamentals Internet AdvancedInternet Advanced HTML IntroductionHTML Introduction Networking FundamentalsNetworking Fundamentals

69 August 2002 Web Site Designer Computer FundamentalsComputer Fundamentals Business FundamentalsBusiness Fundamentals Internet ProfessionalInternet Professional Fundamentals of Web DesignFundamentals of Web Design HTML AdvancedHTML Advanced Web Site DevelopmentWeb Site Development Web Graphics and Multimedia DHTML Introduction JavaScript Intro. JavaScript Adv. PERL & CGI Intro. XML Intro. XML Adv. Java Intro.

70 August 2002 E-Commerce Designer Computer FundamentalsComputer Fundamentals Business FundamentalsBusiness Fundamentals Internet ProfessionalInternet Professional Web Site DesignerWeb Site Designer Fundamentals of E-CommerceFundamentals of E-Commerce Business Operations of E-Commerce E-Commerce Issues E-Business Strategies E-Business Marketing E-Business Case Studies

71 August 2002 Customer Services Computer FundamentalsComputer Fundamentals Business FundamentalsBusiness Fundamentals

72 August 2002 Help Desk Analysis Computer FundamentalsComputer Fundamentals Business FundamentalsBusiness Fundamentals

73 August 2002 Computerized Full-Charge Bookkeeper Computer FundamentalsComputer Fundamentals Business FundamentalsBusiness Fundamentals Introduction to AccountingIntroduction to Accounting Recording FinancialRecording Financial Financial Reporting/PayrollFinancial Reporting/Payroll

74 August 2002 CSR Academy Computer FundamentalsComputer Fundamentals Business FundamentalsBusiness Fundamentals Digital CamerasDigital Cameras Accounting I & IIAccounting I & II Word ProcessingWord Processing ExcelExcel AccessAccess PowerPointPowerPoint Property and Liability Terminology Life and Health Terminology Insurance Licensing Seminar Office Management Positions Internship State Licensing Exam

75 August 2002 Medical Records Technician –Computer Fundamentals –Business Fundamentals –Medical Terminology –Anatomy –Word Processing I (Word or WP) –Document Formatting –Machine Transcription –Medical Coding –Medical Office Procedures –Medical Site Directed Project

76 August 2002 Medical Transcriptionist –Computer Fundamentals –Business Fundamentals –Medical Terminology –Anatomy –Word Processing I (Word or WP) –Document Formatting –Machine Transcription –Medical Coding –Medical Office Procedures –Medical Transcription –Medical Site Directed Project

77 August 2002 Legal Secretary Assistant –Computer Fundamentals –Business Fundamentals –Word Processing I –Document Formatting (Phases I, II, III) –Machine Transcription –Law Office Procedures –Legal Terminology & Transcription –Business Communications –Legal Typing (Simulation) –Processing Law Documents

78 August 2002 Accredited Legal Secretary –Computer Fundamentals –Business Fundamentals –Word Processing I –Document Formatting (Phases I, II, III) –Machine Transcription –Law Office Procedures –Legal Terminology & Transcription –Business Communications –Legal Typing (Simulation) –Processing Law Documents –Introduction to Accounting –Recording Financial Data –Financial Reporting and Payroll

79 August 2002 Business & Computer Technology Welcome to our program.Welcome to our program. We hope you find your time here rewarding and enjoyable.We hope you find your time here rewarding and enjoyable. Please see any of us if you have any questions.Please see any of us if you have any questions. "Education is not received. It is achieved." Author Unknown"Education is not received. It is achieved." Author Unknown


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