Below is a listing of the EOD classes, seminars, and workshops being offered for the month of November, 2012.
STAND & DELIVER: Fast Track Presentation Skills for Speakers
November 1, 2012
9:00 am – 4:00 pm; CG1-2126
Facilitator: Doug Gertner
This session provides an easy to apply framework, strategies and hints for giving great speeches and presentations. Participants will: Assess their current comfort with speaking/presenting; Learn a powerful, simple structure for any speech or presentation; Review the top 3-5 skills/strategies effective/memorable speakers must have; learn key tips for successful speaking; and Practice newly learned skills, tools and strategies by giving a short speech/presentation using newly learned skills, tools and strategies.
EXCEL 2010 LEVEL 1
November 6, 2012
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm; CG2-CTTC
Facilitator: New Horizons Instructor
Learn the basic functions/features of Excel 2010. Creating Basic Worksheets: User Interface and the Ribbon, Navigation Tools, Entering/Saving Data, Customizing; Performing Calculations: Basic Formulas, Calculate with Functions, Copy Formulas and Functions; Modifying Worksheets: Manipulate Data, Insert/Delete Cells, Columns, and Rows, Searching, Spell Check; Formatting: Modify Fonts, Borders, Color , Columns, Rows, Number Formats Position Cell Contents; Printing: Default Print Options, Print Options, Page Breaks; Managing Large Workbooks: Format Tabs, Manage Worksheets in a Workbook, Manage the View of Large Worksheets.
CANCELLED - CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES: Navigating Others thru Workplace Difficulties
November 6, 2012
9:00 am – 4:00 pm; CG1- South Auditorium
Facilitator: Jennifer York
One of the most critical and demanding elements of a supervisor, manager or team lead's role is assisting others in the resolution of conflict. In this session participants will learn to recognize when intervention may be necessary, explore a variety of conflict intervention strategies and how to apply critical conflict management tools to help others. Topics: Identify appropriate intervention strategies; Assess personal responses to conflict; Examine constructive and destructive responses to conflict; Coach others in developing conflict management skills; Practice implementing a conflict facilitation model; Create a conflict action plan.
EXPORT COMPLIANCE AT UCAR
November 8, 2012
10:00 am – 12:00 pm; ML-Damon Room
Facilitator: Jeff Reaves
The term ‘export’ takes on additional meaning when put in the context of ‘export compliance’ with regard to US government laws and regulations. Failure to comply with export regulations can carry severe civil and criminal penalties, both for the individual and UCAR. This session is intended to provide a basic understanding of the complexities of export, including physical shipments of items to international destinations, as well as transferring, transmitting, and enabling access to certain controlled hardware, software, and technical data here in the U.S. A review of various resources available to assist in determining whether or not a project, activity or collaboration requires an export license, restrictions, or possibly be prohibited by law is also discussed.
PRIVACY PROTECTION SEMINAR
November 13, 2012
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm; FL2-1001
Facilitator: ECU Trainer
One of the most critical and demanding elements of a supervisor, manager or team lead's role is assisting others in the resolution of conflict. In this session participants will learn to recognize when intervention may be necessary, explore a variety of conflict intervention strategies and how to apply critical conflict management tools to help others. Topics: Identify appropriate intervention strategies; Assess personal responses to conflict; Examine constructive and destrictive responses to conflict; Coach others in developing conflict management skills; Practice implementing a conflict facilitation model; Create a conflict action plan.
DRUPAL TRAINING FOR CONTENT CONTRIBUTORS – TWO SESSIONS – AM & PM
November 27, 2012
8:00 am – 12:00 pm, and 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm; CG2-CTTC
Facilitator: Carl Wiedemann
Drupal is a powerful content management system which allows you to create and maintain dynamic websites without having to know complicated coding languages. In this half-day workshop, participants will have hands-on experience to learn the basics of using Drupal to manage web content. Topics include: General Introduction to Drupal (what is a CMS?), Drupal Terminology, Creating Content, Inserting Images with IMCE, Inserting Links, Uploading Files, Inputting Formats, Publishing Options/Workflow, Reviewing Content Types (story, book, blog), Editing Content Dashboard, and Communicating with your Drupal site developers. This session is targeted to those assigned to editing and maintaining informational content on launched or ready to launch Drupal sites. At the end of this session, participants will have the knowledge to add, manage, and edit content on their Drupal websites.
DRUPAL FOR WEB DEVELOPERS
November 28, 2012
9:00 am – 4:00 pm; CG2-CTTC
Facilitator: Carl Wiedemann
Learn to use the Drupal Content Managing System (CMS) to build dynamic, interactive websites. A CMS requires you to think differently about how you build a website. In this full-day class, participants will dive into the tools Drupal provides to web developers to build the design, structure, and functionality of a website as well as how it enables content creation for a broader variety of non-technical staff. Drupal is highly extensible via a vast offering of modules and participants will practice using some of the most useful ones on their own Drupal server, with hands-on experience creating content types, views, menus, blocks, sections, as well as customizing a theme. At the end of this class, participants will have the knowledge needed to begin building a vibrant, dynamic website in Drupal!