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1055 Monterey St
San Luis Obispo, CA, 93408
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Classes

Dec
20
9:00 AM09:00

Excel II

This intermediate spreadsheet course includes viewing options, hiding and displaying data, linking and consolidating workbooks, advanced charting techniques, advanced formatting, basic list management (sorting and filtering), creating cell comments and protecting cells from changes, and creating and managing templates.

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Jan
17
9:00 AM09:00

Outlook Tips & Tricks

This half-day class goes beyond the basic features of the desktop version of Outlook, with a focus on time saving tips and tricks. Even if you have used Outlook for years, you will be amazed and these hidden features and techniques. You will learn how to navigate between Mail, Calendar, and People, create and manage email, create signatures, manage Automatic Replies, create calendar items, share and access shared calendars, create contacts and search the Global Address List

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Jan
17
1:00 PM13:00

Outlook Tips & Tricks

This half-day class goes beyond the basic features of the desktop version of Outlook, with a focus on time saving tips and tricks. Even if you have used Outlook for years, you will be amazed and these hidden features and techniques. You will learn how to navigate between Mail, Calendar, and People, create and manage email, create signatures, manage Automatic Replies, create calendar items, share and access shared calendars, create contacts and search the Global Address List

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Jan
18
8:30 AM08:30

Preparing and Submitting Board Agenda Items

In this two-part course, you will learn how to successfully prepare and submit an agenda item to the Board of Supervisors. The first half of the course will help you understand how to coordinate and write an agenda item, specifically as to the content the Administrative Office and the Board of Supervisors requires. The second half of the course we will provide hands on training on how to navigate and utilize the functionality in Agenda.net to create and prepare a staff report for an agenda item as well as a corrigenda item.

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Jan
18
1:30 PM13:30

Preparing and Submitting Board Agenda Items

In this two-part course, you will learn how to successfully prepare and submit an agenda item to the Board of Supervisors. The first half of the course will help you understand how to coordinate and write an agenda item, specifically as to the content the Administrative Office and the Board of Supervisors requires. The second half of the course we will provide hands on training on how to navigate and utilize the functionality in Agenda.net to create and prepare a staff report for an agenda item as well as a corrigenda item.

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Jan
22
8:30 AM08:30

Basic Supervisory Training

This course has been designed to present an overview of your responsibilities as a Supervisor and to assist you in identifying and utilizing the resources available to allow you to be successful in your role.

Definition of Supervisor: Supervises and evaluates the performance of assigned staff; interviews and selects employees and recommends appointments, transfers, reassignments, terminations and disciplinary actions; assigns employee duties and reviews work to ensure accuracy, completeness and compliance with established, standards, requirements and procedures.

Course Objectives: • Identify the County's expectations of a supervisor • How to develop and utilize performance standards • Identify the affect of MOUs on supervisory positions • Awareness of Management Rights and Employee Rights • The importance of effective delegation • How to keep minor employee performance problems from becoming serious problems • How to interact with staff in an efficient and effective manner • Identify techniques for effective communications • How to evaluate Probationary and Permanent employees • The importance of documenting employee performance • How to use the progressive discipline process when appropriate

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Jan
23
10:30 AM10:30

New Years Resolutions

  • New Government Center-RM 161/162 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Every day can be like January 1st! Learn about relationships which, when done properly, can truly change our lives. Receive help, encouragement, and guidance. The workshop is meant to be extremely interactive and participatory.

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Jan
24
9:00 AM09:00

Access - II

You should be comfortable using a personal computer and Microsoft Windows. You should also have some experience in using Access. You will get the most out of this course if your goal is to become proficient in using more advanced Access features, such as table relationships, referential integrity, joins, queries, forms, reports, charts, PivotTables, and PivotTable charts and forms.

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Jan
24
10:00 AM10:00

Request for Proposals

  • New Government Center-RM 161/162 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In this course, you will learn in depth the steps and knowledge to completing an Request for Proposal (RFP) that gets you want you want. Topics include creating a clear scope of work, developing the correct criteria for evaluation, steps to select the right vendor, and avoiding a protest. This class is intended for any County employee completing Request for Proposals.

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Jan
25
9:00 AM09:00

Word III

This course is for the very skilled Word user who wants to learn more advanced techniques. Topics include: mail merge for form letters and mailing labels; creating and modifying online forms; working with long documents; including tables of contents, indexes, footnotes and endnotes, and hyperlinks; automating actions with macros; customizing menus and toolbars.

PRE-REQUISITE: Please complete Word 2013 - II before signing up for this course. Word 2013 courses are designed to build on the previous course knowledge set and are meant to be taken in order. If you are unsure if you have completed Word 2013 - II please take the Skills Assessment to help determine which course is best for you. http://www.slocoldc.org/s/Word-III-Skills-Assessment.pdf

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Jan
31
11:00 AM11:00

Supervisor's Role in the Workers' Comp Process

Find out what to do when your employee is injured, or becomes ill at work. 
This is an interactive training; please bring questions. 
Topics Include: 
- The paperwork that needs to be completed by the injured employee and the supervisor. 
- Where to send an employee for treatment. 
- Follow up with Intercare Holdings Insurance Services, Inc. 
- Accommodating an employee with work restrictions
- Bloodborne Pathogen Post-Exposure Protocol

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Feb
1
9:00 AM09:00

Got Morale? Team-Building in the Workplace

  • New Government Center-BOS Chambers (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

One of the most common phrases on a typical resume is this one: “I work well independently or as part of a team.” Why? Because company leaders know that good teamwork builds loyalty, improves morale, gets the job done more quickly and efficiently, and increases profits. In this revealing program, Jean Steel helps us to understand why teams work well, as well as when and why they don’t. With a firm grasp on the goals and guidelines of teamwork, she introduces us to various styles of interaction, and then demonstrates lessons in diversity, acceptance, cooperation, and the folly of gossip during a series of games and activities.

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Feb
5
8:00 AM08:00

Defensive Driving

How to drive defensively. How to adjust to driving circumstances and how to anticipate other drivers' actions. Students learn such techniques as covering your brakes, following distance, delayed accelerations, safe passing, proper scanning techniques, and many more skills. After completing this course your certificate is good for a 4 year period

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Feb
5
1:00 PM13:00

Defensive Driving

How to drive defensively. How to adjust to driving circumstances and how to anticipate other drivers' actions. Students learn such techniques as covering your brakes, following distance, delayed accelerations, safe passing, proper scanning techniques, and many more skills. After completing this course your certificate is good for a 4 year period.

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Feb
6
8:00 AM08:00

Defensive Driving

  • New Government Center-RM 161/162 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

How to drive defensively. How to adjust to driving circumstances and how to anticipate other drivers' actions. Students learn such techniques as covering your brakes, following distance, delayed accelerations, safe passing, proper scanning techniques, and many more skills. After completing this course your certificate is good for a 4 year period.

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Feb
6
1:00 PM13:00

Defensive Driving

How to drive defensively. How to adjust to driving circumstances and how to anticipate other drivers' actions. Students learn such techniques as covering your brakes, following distance, delayed accelerations, safe passing, proper scanning techniques, and many more skills. After completing this course your certificate is good for a 4 year period.

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Feb
7
10:30 AM10:30

News Release Writing Workshop

Do you have trouble getting your department's news in the local media? This course will help you write news releases that the news media will want to cover, solidifying you and your department as a reputable news source. Learn the basic principles and elements of writing a news release to gain maximum news coverage.

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Feb
7
10:30 AM10:30

Emotional Eating

  • New Government Center-RM 161/162 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Are you an emotional eater? In this workshop, participants will explore their own eating habits and learn to spot emotional eating. We will discuss the relationship between moods and cravings, learn to recognize things that are likely to trigger emotional eating and identify steps and resources to gain control.

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Feb
8
8:30 AM08:30

Preparing, Presenting, & Practicing

  • New Government Center-RM 161/162 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Day 1: 2/8/2018 (8:30am-3:30pm)

Day 2: 2/13/2018 (8:30am-3:30pm)

Employees who participate in this course will gain in-depth knowledge to prepare for, give, and close presentations. This will include such topics as listening, anxiety, preparation, and Q & A sessions. Dr. Zachary Hall will explore the obvious and much less apparent values of good presentations. This two-session course will meet two times and will include a hands-on opportunity to apply new skills by giving a presentation either with peers or individually.

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Feb
14
9:00 AM09:00

Excel III

This course teaches advanced formulas and functions, lookups and data tables, list management and data validation, creating and formatting PivotTables, exporting and importing, analytical options, and macros. PRE-REQUISITE: Please complete Excel 2013 - II before signing up for this course. Excel 2013 courses are designed to build on the previous course knowledge set and are meant to be taken in order. If you are unsure if you have completed Excel 2013 - II please take the Skills Assessment to help determine which course is best for you. http://www.slocoldc.org/s/Excel-III-Skills-Assessment.pdfThis class is suitable for new and seasoned users who want to learn more about the program. Extra attention is given to shortcuts, tips and tricks! We will cover the core functions and features of Excel. Students will gain skills in creating and modifying spreadsheets, entering text and values, creating, editing and copying formulas and functions, using autofill, formatting, inserting and deleting columns and rows, printing and page setup options, as well as creating basic charts

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Feb
14
3:30 PM15:30

County Identity Standards 101

This is a crash course on the various policies and uses of the County's new identity standards. In order to build a strong connection between what the County is and what it does for the community, all County representatives and staff are directed to follow new guidelines outlined in the County's Identity Standards Manual. Take this course to understand the County's brand strategy and to discover the correct and incorrect ways to use colors, typography (fonts), the County's name, and the County's identity marks in all communications, both internal and external.

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Feb
15
9:00 AM09:00

Excel Power Pivot

We are now living in the age of big data. Data is being collected all the time and for increasingly detailed transactions. This can lead to an overwhelming amount of data, which brings about a need for people who can analyze large amounts of data quickly. Fortunately, Excel provides Power Pivot to help you organize, manipulate, and report on your data in the best way possible. Since a tool is only as good as the person using it, it is important to gain a solid understanding of Power Pivot to maximize your effectiveness when analyzing data. Along with this, the need to analyze that data and gain actionable insight is greater than ever. Being able to harness the power of advanced PivotTable features and create PivotCharts will help you to gain a competitive edge. You will not only be able to summarize data for you to analyze, but also organize the data in a way that can be meaningfully presented to others. This leads to data-driven business decisions that have a better chance for success for everyone involved. 


Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to use Power Pivot along with Excel's PivotTables and Pivot Charts to analyze data from a variety of sources. You will: 
• Get started with Power Pivot. 
• Visualize Power Pivot data. 
• Work with advanced functionality in Power Pivot. 
• Prepare data for PivotTable reporting and create PivotTables from various data sources. 
• Analyze Data Using PivotTables. 
• Work with PivotCharts.

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Feb
21
10:30 AM10:30

Health & Well-Being In The Workplace

  • New Government Center-RM 161/162 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Discover how to enhance your health, well-being and productivity by relieving stress with simple relaxation techniques. Explore ergonomics and learn how to avoid on-the-job injuries from lifting, repetitive stress (such as carpal tunnel syndrome) and computer-related injuries (headache, eyestrain and back pain). The discussion will include how to achieve work-life balance, establish priorities, eat healthy and get regular exercise.

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Feb
28
9:00 AM09:00

Outlook Tips & Tricks

This half-day class goes beyond the basic features of the desktop version of Outlook, with a focus on time saving tips and tricks. Even if you have used Outlook for years, you will be amazed and these hidden features and techniques. You will learn how to navigate between Mail, Calendar, and People, create and manage email, create signatures, manage Automatic Replies, create calendar items, share and access shared calendars, create contacts and search the Global Address List.

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Feb
28
1:00 PM13:00

Outlook Tips & Tricks

This half-day class goes beyond the basic features of the desktop version of Outlook, with a focus on time saving tips and tricks. Even if you have used Outlook for years, you will be amazed and these hidden features and techniques. You will learn how to navigate between Mail, Calendar, and People, create and manage email, create signatures, manage Automatic Replies, create calendar items, share and access shared calendars, create contacts and search the Global Address List.

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Mar
2
10:00 AM10:00

AB 1234 - Local Ethics Training

California Assembly Bill 1234 requires that if a local agency provides any type of compensation, salary, or stipend to, or reimburses the expenses of a member of its 'legislative body', that local agency's officials must receive training in ethics. As an alternative to the "live" training on 3/3/17, the County encourages you to obtain on-line training via the FPPC's website. Copy and paste the following address into your browser, i.e., Explorer, Firefox, etc: http://localethics.fppc.ca.gov/login.aspx Please allow a full TWO HOURS to complete this on-line program. 

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Mar
6
10:30 AM10:30

Nutrition Navigator

Looking to plan some healthy meals during your busy week? Trying to better understand components like nutrition labels, blood sugar levels and fiber? This seminar is a nutrition navigator that will help you begin planning healthy meals and introduce some of the nutrition basics for your journey to a healthier you!

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Mar
14
9:00 AM09:00

Publisher I

This course teaches the essential functions and features of Publisher 2013. Students will learn how to create a publication, adjust its page setup, enter and edit text, insert pictures, and create and modify text frames. They'll also learn how to work with multipage publications, objects, graphics, and tables, as wells as how to print publications

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Mar
15
9:00 AM09:00

Word I

This course is suitable for new and seasoned users who want to learn more and will teach tips and tricks to help maneuver through Word. The instructor will guide students through creating and editing documents with a heavy emphasis on formatting characters and paragraphs. The course will also include working with tables and graphics as well as proofing and printing documents.

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Mar
15
10:00 AM10:00

Contract Development & Administration

  • New Government Center-RM 161/162 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In this course, you will learn in depth how to quickly create and administer a service contract. Topics include contract templates, performance based contracting, vendor compliance, and vendor performance evaluation. This class is intended for any County employee creating or administering a service contract.

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Mar
27
1:30 PM13:30

Compassion Fatigue: Increasing Resiliency

Giving daily care to victims of traumatic events can take an emotional toll. Learn how to identify the factors that contribute to compassion fatigue and related symptoms, such as emotional outbursts, chronic ailments and difficulty sleeping. Discover how compassion fatigue can develop and learn specific strategies to increase your resiliency

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Mar
28
9:00 AM09:00

PowerPoint II

You should be comfortable using a personal computer and Microsoft Windows. You will also need to know the basics of using Microsoft PowerPoint. You will get the most out of this course if your goal is to become proficient using PowerPoint to create enhanced presentations.

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Apr
10
10:30 AM10:30

Living Within A Realistic Budget

  • New Government Center- RM 161/162 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Living within a realistic budget is doable! Learn to make wise choices and stretch your financial resources to make the most of what you earn. Discover the importance of setting realistic goals for long-term financial health. Learn how to track spending and manage debt.

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Apr
12
8:30 AM08:30

Breakthrough Presentations

To win the hearts and minds of any audience, master the three V’s of presentation.

1. Visual skills — Looking good—the most important of the delivery skills.

  • Eye contact — Learn the simple secret of instant credibility.
  • Facial expression — Why you must smile more than you do.
  • Gestures — What to do and what not to do with your hands.
  • Appearance — The three rules of dress that promote credibility.
  • Movement — Learn the one essential move that telegraphs confidence.
  • Posture and staging — How and where to stand—there is only one place.                             

2 . Vocal skills — Sounding good—the three dimensions of your voice.

  • Dimension 1. Volume — Your most important vocal quality—and most people abuse it.  
  • Dimension 2. Rate and pausing — People who tell you to slow down are wrong.
  • Dimension 3. Pitch — How to get the “music” into your voice.
  • Diction, ums and uhs — Speak clearly. And rid yourself of these once and for all.

3. Verbal skills — Making sense. Follow the IMPACT process and format:

  • Introduction — Provide instant interest and context for your message.
  • Main point — Frame your message in two sentences: (1) a big idea and (2) a call to action.
  • Points — Support your main point with support points—an agenda, credenda, or procedure.
  • Analysis — Support, expand, and explain your points with details.
  • Conclusion — Repeat your big idea and expand upon your call to action at the end.
  • Tag line — After a Q&A session, come back with power.  Designing visuals — Design effective slides.
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Apr
12
9:00 AM09:00

Word II

This course includes creating section breaks, multiple columns, using and creating Styles, outlines, headers and footers, creating and formatting tables, watermarks and graphics, creating templates, and envelopes and labels, tracking document changes and comparing revisions.  

It is strongly encouraged that Word I is taken prior to this course!

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Apr
25
9:00 AM09:00

Excel II

This intermediate spreadsheet course includes viewing options, hiding and displaying data, linking and consolidating workbooks, advanced charting techniques, advanced formatting, basic list management (sorting and filtering), creating cell comments and protecting cells from changes, and creating and managing templates.

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Apr
25
10:30 AM10:30

Learning to Relax

  • New Government Center- RM 161/162 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In this workshop, you will learn more about different relaxation strategies — including meditation, guided imagery, deep breathing, progressive muscle relaxation and yoga — to find a technique that works for you. You will discover the potential health benefits of relaxation and how you can be more productive during the day and sleep better at night.

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Apr
27
10:00 AM10:00

Preventing Workplace Harassment, Discrimination, and Retaliation (AB 1825)

  • New Government Center-BOS Chambers (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

State Assembly Bill 1825 was implemented in December 2005 and mandates that all who serve as a lead, supervisor, or have power or influence over other employees (even if he/she does not officially supervise) are required to take a state-approved Sexual Harassment Prevention Training every two years, initiated within 6 months of promotion or hiring into a lead or higher position.

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May
9
9:00 AM09:00

Access III

Prerequisites: Access Intermediate or equivalent experience. You will cover querying with SQL, advanced queries, macros, advanced macros, importing/exporting/linking objects, and database management.

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May
10
9:00 AM09:00

Outlook Tips & Tricks

This half-day class goes beyond the basic features of the desktop version of Outlook, with a focus on time saving tips and tricks. Even if you have used Outlook for years, you will be amazed and these hidden features and techniques. You will learn how to navigate between Mail, Calendar, and People, create and manage email, create signatures, manage Automatic Replies, create calendar items, share and access shared calendars, create contacts and search the Global Address List.

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May
10
1:00 PM13:00

Outlook Tips & Tricks

This half-day class goes beyond the basic features of the desktop version of Outlook, with a focus on time saving tips and tricks. Even if you have used Outlook for years, you will be amazed and these hidden features and techniques. You will learn how to navigate between Mail, Calendar, and People, create and manage email, create signatures, manage Automatic Replies, create calendar items, share and access shared calendars, create contacts and search the Global Address List.

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May
15
10:30 AM10:30

Managing Priorities to Maximize Your Day

Discover how to enhance your health, well-being and productivity by relieving stress with simple relaxation techniques. Explore ergonomics and learn how to avoid on-the-job injuries from lifting, repetitive stress (such as carpal tunnel syndrome) and computer-related injuries (headache, eyestrain and back pain). The discussion will include how to achieve work-life balance, establish priorities, eat healthy and get regular exercise.

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May
23
9:00 AM09:00

Word 2013 - III

This course is for the very skilled Word user who wants to learn more advanced techniques. Topics include: mail merge for form letters and mailing labels; creating and modifying online forms; working with long documents; including tables of contents, indexes, footnotes and endnotes, and hyperlinks; automating actions with macros; customizing menus and toolbars. PRE-REQUISITE: Please complete Word 2013 - II before signing up for this course. Word 2013 courses are designed to build on the previous course knowledge set and are meant to be taken in order. If you are unsure if you have completed Word 2013 - II please take the Skills Assessment to help determine which course is best for you. http://www.slocoldc.org/s/Word-III-Skills-Assessment.pdfThis course includes creating section breaks, multiple columns, using and creating Styles, outlines, headers and footers, creating and formatting tables, watermarks and graphics, creating templates, and envelopes and labels, tracking document changes and comparing revisions.  

It is strongly encouraged that Word I is taken prior to this course!

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May
24
9:00 AM09:00

Excel 2013 - III

This course teaches advanced formulas and functions, lookups and data tables, list management and data validation, creating and formatting PivotTables, exporting and importing, analytical options, and macros.

PRE-REQUISITE: Please complete Excel 2013 - II before signing up for this course. Excel 2013 courses are designed to build on the previous course knowledge set and are meant to be taken in order. If you are unsure if you have completed Excel 2013 - II please take the Skills Assessment to help determine which course is best for you. http://www.slocoldc.org/s/Excel-III-Skills-Assessment.pdfThis half-day class goes beyond the basic features of the desktop version of Outlook, with a focus on time saving tips and tricks. Even if you have used Outlook for years, you will be amazed and these hidden features and techniques. You will learn how to navigate between Mail, Calendar, and People, create and manage email, create signatures, manage Automatic Replies, create calendar items, share and access shared calendars, create contacts and search the Global Address List.

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May
30
7:00 PM19:00

Promoting Family Health

Your family’s health matters and living healthy can be a challenge. With demanding schedules at both home and work, it isn’t always easy to keep yourself and family members on track. In this seminar, participants will learn simple steps they can take to promote good family health. Participants will explore the importance of a documented family history, the benefits of a family emergency plan, healthy meal planning guidelines, exercise as a family bonding activity and other helpful tips.

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Jun
7
9:00 AM09:00

Word - I

This course is suitable for new and seasoned users who want to learn more and will teach tips and tricks to help maneuver through Word. The instructor will guide students through creating and editing documents with a heavy emphasis on formatting characters and paragraphs. The course will also include working with tables and graphics as well as proofing and printing documents.

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Jun
13
9:00 AM09:00

Excel - I

This class is suitable for new and seasoned users who want to learn more about the program. Extra attention is given to shortcuts, tips and tricks! We will cover the core functions and features of Excel. Students will gain skills in creating and modifying spreadsheets, entering text and values, creating, editing and copying formulas and functions, using autofill, formatting, inserting and deleting columns and rows, printing and page setup options, as well as creating basic charts.

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Jun
13
3:30 PM15:30

County Identity Standards 101

This is a crash course on the various policies and uses of the County's new identity standards. In order to build a strong connection between what the County is and what it does for the community, all County representatives and staff are directed to follow new guidelines outlined in the County's Identity Standards Manual. Take this course to understand the County's brand strategy and to discover the correct and incorrect ways to use colors, typography (fonts), the County's name, and the County's identity marks in all communications, both internal and external.

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Jun
14
9:00 AM09:00

Excel Power Pivot

We are now living in the age of big data. Data is being collected all the time and for increasingly detailed transactions. This can lead to an overwhelming amount of data, which brings about a need for people who can analyze large amounts of data quickly. Fortunately, Excel provides Power Pivot to help you organize, manipulate, and report on your data in the best way possible. Since a tool is only as good as the person using it, it is important to gain a solid understanding of Power Pivot to maximize your effectiveness when analyzing data. Along with this, the need to analyze that data and gain actionable insight is greater than ever. Being able to harness the power of advanced PivotTable features and create PivotCharts will help you to gain a competitive edge. You will not only be able to summarize data for you to analyze, but also organize the data in a way that can be meaningfully presented to others. This leads to data-driven business decisions that have a better chance for success for everyone involved. 


Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to use Power Pivot along with Excel's PivotTables and Pivot Charts to analyze data from a variety of sources. You will: 
• Get started with Power Pivot. 
• Visualize Power Pivot data. 
• Work with advanced functionality in Power Pivot. 
• Prepare data for PivotTable reporting and create PivotTables from various data sources. 
• Analyze Data Using PivotTables. 
• Work with PivotCharts.

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Jun
20
7:00 PM19:00

Healthy Aging

There is a saying that “60 is the new 40.” The way our society looks at age is changing. We have longer life spans and face new health challenges as a result. In this workshop, we will discuss age as a state of mind. The way we relate to our surroundings influences our perception of the aging experience.

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Jul
12
8:30 AM08:30

Preparing and Submitting Board Agenda Items

In this two-part course, you will learn how to successfully prepare and submit an agenda item to the Board of Supervisors. The first half of the course will help you understand how to coordinate and write an agenda item, specifically as to the content the Administrative Office and the Board of Supervisors requires. The second half of the course we will provide hands on training on how to navigate and utilize the functionality in Agenda.net to create and prepare a staff report for an agenda item as well as a corrigenda item.

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Jul
12
1:30 PM13:30

Preparing and Submitting Board Agenda Items

In this two-part course, you will learn how to successfully prepare and submit an agenda item to the Board of Supervisors. The first half of the course will help you understand how to coordinate and write an agenda item, specifically as to the content the Administrative Office and the Board of Supervisors requires. The second half of the course we will provide hands on training on how to navigate and utilize the functionality in Agenda.net to create and prepare a staff report for an agenda item as well as a corrigenda item.

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Dec
13
9:00 AM09:00

Word II

This course includes creating section breaks, multiple columns, using and creating Styles, outlines, headers and footers, creating and formatting tables, watermarks and graphics, creating templates, and envelopes and labels, tracking document changes and comparing revisions.  

It is strongly encouraged that Word I is taken prior to this course!
 

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Dec
12
11:00 AM11:00

Supervisor's Role in the Workers' Comp Process

Find out what to do when your employee is injured, or becomes ill at work. 
This is an interactive training; please bring questions. 
Topics Include: 
- The paperwork that needs to be completed by the injured employee and the supervisor. 
- Where to send an employee for treatment. 
- Follow up with Intercare Holdings Insurance Services, Inc. 
- Accommodating an employee with work restrictions
- Bloodborne Pathogen Post-Exposure Protocol

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