EOD Classes, Seminars, and Workshops for March, 2014

EXCEL 2010 CHARTS & PIVOT TABLES
March 4, 2014
8:30 am – 12:00 pm; CG2-CTTC

Facilitator:  Ameriteach Trainer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  This course covers extensive techniques, tips and shortcuts for using these powerful, but underutilized, Excel tools. Outline - PIVOT TABLES: Creating, Sorting and Filtering data, Formatting Styles, Numbers, and Layouts, Grouping Data, Comparison and Total Options, Calculated Fields and Items, Combining Multiple Data Sources, Conditional Formatting Pivot Charts. CHARTS: Creating, Modifying Design, Layout and Format, Creating Charts from Non-Consecutive Data, Drop-lines, Axis Formatting, Replacing Chart Series with Pictures or Shapes, Analysis Tools, Trending Tools, Using Secondary Axis, Highlighting Relationship Differences with Charts.

EXCEL 2010 FORMULAS & FUNCTIONS
March 4, 2014
1:00 pm – 4:30 pm; CG2-CTTC

Facilitator:  Ameriteach Trainer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   There are literally hundreds of different kinds of formulas and functions to use in Excel – this class will focus on some of the more cross-functional ones that can be used across all types of business to improve spreadsheet performance and business productivity. Users of both Office 2003 and Office 2007 will benefit from this class. What are some of the best applications for Excel formulas/functions? Date & time, mathematical, text, database, financial, informational, statistical, logic, lookup, reference functions, and nesting IF statements.

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY
March 4, 2014
8:30 am – 9:30 am; ML Chapman Room
Facilitator:  Milenda Powers

Sometimes people must work in spaces that were designed for equipment, not people. Participants will review safe work methods required for employees who enter confined spaces, understand the hazards, how to control the hazards and how to keep watch over employees working in these spaces.

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY FOR SPVRS & AIR MONITORING SPECIALISTS
March 4, 2014
9:30 am – 12:30 pm; ML Chapman Room

Facilitator:  Milenda Powers

Some work places are designed for equipment, not people! These hazardous locations are called Confined Spaces. Specialized work procedures and precautions are required when we humans must work in these areas. This class prepares supervisors to correctly identify hazards of the confined space and what control measures are required to work in the space. The class also prepares individuals to properly monitor the air in a confined space using an air monitor. 

LOCKOUT/TAGOUT
March 4, 2014
2:30 pm – 3:30 pm; ML Chapman Room
Facilitator:  Milenda Powers

Avoid electrocution of yourself and others by learning how to deactivate energy systems. Recognize dangers and hazards of stored energies. Control hazards by disconnecting and blocking the energy path and perform a lock out/ tag out operation. An audit of lock-out/tag-out skills is conducted yearly.

HOT OPERATIONS
March 4, 2014
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm; ML Chapman Room

Facilitator:  Milenda Powers
 
Learn to keep from burning down the shop and avoid having "arsonist" on your permanent record. Hot operations refer to work that involves open flames, torches and welding. The Safety policy and permit requirements for this work will be reviewed during this brief class

POWERPOINT 2010 LEVEL 2
March 5, 2014
TWO SESSIONS: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm or 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm; CG2-CTTC

Facilitator:  Ameriteach Trainer
 
Learn advanced functions of Powerpoint to customize, enhance and transform presentations into a powerful means of communication. CUSTOMIZING THE POWERPOINT ENVIRONMENT: Customize Quick Access Toolbar, Personalize PowerPoint Interface, Customize Save Options, Apply Advanced Options. CUSTOMIZING DESIGN TEMPLATES: Set Up a Slide Master, Customize Slide Layouts, Create Custom Themes, Add Headers/Footers, Modify Notes Master, Modify Handout Master. ADDING DIAGRAMS: Create/Modify Diagrams. SPECIAL EFFECTS: Add Multimedia Elements, Customize Slide Component Animation. CUSTOMIZING SLIDE SHOWS: Set Up a Custom Show, Annotate a Presentation, Create Presenter-Independent Slide Show, Auto Repeat Functionality. COLLABORATING: Review a Presentation, Publish to a Slide Library, Share a Presentation. SECURING & DISTRIBUTING PRESENTATIONS: Secure Presentations, Package a Presentation, Publish a Presentation as a Web Page.

WORKPLACE HARASSMENT AWARENESS SEMINAR
March 6, 2014
10:00 am – 12:00 pm; FL2-Main Auditorium

Facilitator:  Chuck Passaglia
 
Overview of the rights of employees to be free from all forms of unlawful harassment in the workplace. Particular emphasis on legal implications and UCAR policies in the areas of sexual harassment, intimidation, bullying, workplace respect, conduct in the workplace, preventing and reporting any form of workplace harassment.

SUPERVISORY SKILLS:  The Basics
March 6, 2014
9:00 am – 4:00 pm; FL2-1003

Facilitator:  Sue Burdette Mountain States
 
Learn important skills and tools to help your staff strive for continued improvement and achieve results. Topics include: Reviewing UCAR supervisor/manager competencies; Maximizing employee performance; Exploring models for task and priority management; Motivating a diverse workforce; Setting and communicating expectations; Defining and practicing effective feedback strategies; Recognizing work-style differences among employees; Capitalizing on employee engagement; Enhancing listening skills for mutual understanding; Managing effectively through difficult situations; Identifying strategies to support, and develop employees.

PRE-RETIREMENT PLANNING (L/L) SEMINAR SERIES (>50)
March 7, 2014
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm; FL2-1001

Facilitator:  Jane Gilmore
 
This free seminar series presented by the Pre-Retirement Planning Institute, Inc., a non-profit organization specializing in financial planning and pre-retirement counseling services. Offered in five, mini-session modules, participants can choose to attend one or all sessions depending on interest. At each session module, participants may request to schedule private, consultation services with the certified financial professionals. There is no obligation, and all private consultation service costs must be covered by participants.  Module 2: Discover the benefits of Financial Planning and different types of Investment options.

PRE-RETIREMENT PLANNING (L/L) SEMINAR SERIES (>50)
March 14, 2014
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm; FL2-1001

Facilitator:  Jane Gilmore
 
This free seminar series presented by the Pre-Retirement Planning Institute, Inc., a non-profit organization specializing in financial planning and pre-retirement counseling services. Offered in five, mini-session modules, participants can choose to attend one or all sessions depending on interest. At each session module, participants may request to schedule private, consultation services with the certified financial professionals. There is no obligation, and all private consultation service costs must be covered by participants.  Module 3: Review needs of Long-term Care and Social Security Benefits.

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES: Skills for Constructive Resolution                                                                                                                                                              March 18, 2014
8:30 am - 12:00 pm; CG1 – South Auditorium

Facilitator:  Megara Kastner
 
Learn tools and strategies to better understand and respond constructively to interpersonal conflicts. Topics include: Understanding the Nature of Conflict; Creating an Effective Environment, Conveying Understanding, Communicating Needs and Desires, Creating Options for Mutual Benefit, Confirming Agreements, Conflict Styles, and Identifying Strategies.

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES: Navigating Others thru Workplace Difficulties
March 18, 2014
1:00 pm – 4:30 pm; CG1 – South Auditorium

Facilitator:  Megara Kastner
 
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.

PRE-RETIREMENT PLANNING (L/L) SEMINAR SERIES (>50)
March 21, 2014
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm; FL2-1001

Facilitator:  Jane Gilmore
 
This free seminar series presented by the Pre-Retirement Planning Institute, Inc., a non-profit organization specializing in financial planning and pre-retirement counseling services. Offered in five, mini-session modules, participants can choose to attend one or all sessions depending on interest. At each session module, participants may request to schedule private, consultation services with the certified financial professionals. There is no obligation, and all private consultation service costs must be covered by participants.  Module 4: Gain a better understanding of Medicare, what is/isn't covered.

PRE-RETIREMENT PLANNING (L/L) SEMINAR SERIES (>50)
March 28, 2014
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm; FL2-1001

Facilitator:  Jane Gilmore
 
This free seminar series presented by the Pre-Retirement Planning Institute, Inc., a non-profit organization specializing in financial planning and pre-retirement counseling services. Offered in five, mini-session modules, participants can choose to attend one or all sessions depending on interest. At each session module, participants may request to schedule private, consultation services with the certified financial professionals. There is no obligation, and all private consultation service costs must be covered by participants. Module 5: Learn key elements of Estate Planning and what to expect in the work-to-retirement Transition.

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Betty
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Singleton
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Start: 
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
End: 
Saturday, March 8, 2014