EOD May 2012 Classes, Seminars, Workshops

Below is a listing of all EOD classes, seminars and workshops offered for the month of May, 2012.

EXCEL 2010 LEVEL 3
May 1, 2012
8:30am – 4:00 pm; CG2-CTTC
Facilitator:  New Horizons Instructor

Learn to automate common tasks, apply advanced analysis techniques to more complex data sets, collaborate and share Excel data with other applications. Streamlining Workflow: Create/Modify Macros, Conditional Formatting, Data Validation Criteria, Update Properties, Modify Default Settings; Collaborating with Others: Protect Files, Share Workbooks, Revision Tracking, Merging Workbooks, Digital Signatures, Restricting Access; Auditing Worksheets: Trace Cells, Troubleshooting Errors , Watch and Evaluate Formulas, Data List Outline; Analyzing Data: Trendlines, Scenarios, What-If Analysis, Statistical Analysis with Analysis ToolPak; Multiple Workbooks: Workspace, Consolidating, Link Cells in Different Workbooks, Edit Links; Importing/ Exporting Data; Web: Publishing, Import Data from the Web, Web Queries; Structuring XML Workbooks: XML Maps, Import/Export XML Data

FORTRAN TESTING USING pFUnit
May 1, 2012
9:00 am – 4:00 pm; ML-Vis Lab
Facilitator: Tom Clune

This workshop provides an introduction to unit testing in a parallel, numerical, Fortran environment using the pFUnit software. In the session, participants will be able to set realistic expectations, test numerical algorithms, test legacy code, and similar tasks. The speaker is Thomas Clune, Ph.D., Chief, Software Systems Support Office, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, and a principle developer of pFUnit.  This class is open to NCAR staff only.

WILLS & TRUSTS 101: Uncommon Solutions to Common Problems (L/L Seminar)
May 8, 2012
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm; FL2-Main Auditorium
Facilitator: Greg Schlender

If you don’t consider yourself wealthy, the concept of estate planning may not seem important. But planning can help you distribute your assets according to your wishes and the needs of your survivors, while minimizing taxes. Topics include: PROBATE -- What it is and how to avoid it; TRUSTS -- What they can do for you; FEES -- Review attorney & legal fees; DEATH TAXES -- What they can amount to; POWER OF ATTORNEY-- Never leave home without one! Presenter: Greg Schlender is a Boulder Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorney.

WRITING EFFECTIVE JOB DESCRIPTIONS: Tips and Tools for Supervisors
May 8, 2012
9:30 am – 11:30 am; CG1-2126
Facilitator: Delaine Orendorff

Learn the uses, characteristics and structure of effective job or positions descriptions. Gathering and organizing data, essential functions and knowledge, skills and abilities. Definition and Purpose; Legal Considerations; Job Analysis; Writing Guidelines; Format; Auditing Procedures and Maintenance.

WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION SKILLS: Discovery Listening & the Gift of Feedback
May 9, 2012
9:00 am – 2:00 pm; CG1-2126
Facilitator: Doug Gertner

Explore and practice powerful tools to deepen your listening in order to discover what others really feel, need and desire, and how to begin the process of effective communication with staff, co-workers, and others. Learn innovative techniques for communicating assertively and effectively even in the most difficult situations, and increase the chances for creating mutually satisfying outcomes. Bring a real-life "communication challenge" to the workshop, and leave with a high-probability strategy for a "successful resolution!"

INTERVIEWING SKILLS FOR HIRING SUPERVISORS
May 15, 2012
1:30 pm – 3:30 pm; ML-Damon Room
Facilitator: Michelle Darveau

Learn tools, skills and strategies to conduct successful interviews. Topics include: UCAR's Hiring Process; Goals of the interview; Tone of the interview; Appropriate questions; Behavioral questions; Probing questions; Effective listening skills; Documentation; Group or team interviews; Following-up.

JAVASCRIPT: Enhancing Web Pages (2 day class)
May 31 & June 1, 2012
9:00 am – 4:00 pm; CG2-CTTC
Facilitator: New Horizons Instructor

Learn to add various JavaScript enhancements to Web sites. Topics Include: entering JavaScript into a Web Page, Handling Errors. JavaScript Basics: JavaScript’s Built-in Objects, Event Handling, Functions and Variables. Object References, Control Structures, Code Formatting, and Web Page Navigation with the Select Object. Interactive Images: Swapping Images in Response to onClick Event, Image Rollovers, Automating Dynamic Image Swapping. Dynamic Styles and Positioning: Dealing with Browser Differences, Changing Styles. Dynamic Styles & Positioning: Dynamic Positioning¾Another Way. Windows and Frames: Creating Frames, Changing Contents of a Frame, Loading pages into New Windows.Form Data Verification: Processing Form Elements:

CPR RECERTIFICATION (MERT and Field Campaign Staff Only)
May 31, 2012
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm; ML-Damon Room
Facilitator: Luis Rutledge

Review and practice basic CPR techniques and first aid skills and how to use them in real life emergency situations. UCAR’s MERT (Medical Emergency Response Team) members will also learn how to work on a team that provides emergency care until 911 Emergency Medical Services arrive. Certification is a full day course, Re-certification is a ½ day course.

FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING
May 31, 2012
10:00 am – 12:00 pm; ML-Damon room
Facilitator: Luis Rutledge

Learn the proper use of fire extinguisher equipment and what type of equipment should be used to extinguish different types of fires. Use different types of fire extinguishers and test abilities to extinguish an actual controlled fire in the parking lot.

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