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7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE
CSI is proud to present the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People® 3-Day Signature Program

For more than 15 years, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People® has provided the ultimate in productivity training for thousands of people and organizations worldwide. Dr. Stephen R. Covey, who recently passed on, was a globally respected leadership authority. His international bestseller, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People®, was named one of the 10 most influential management books ever by Forbes magazine. Surveys of thousands of people across the United States disclosed that while many people work hard, they are worried about their lack of effectiveness. Turn ineffectiveness to effectiveness with The 7 Habits.®

How You Will Benefit: What Will Be Covered: Who Should Attend Special Features
Attendees will receive:
About your instructor:
Bill Dubovsky, founder and Principal Technology Officer of Comtel Information Services, has a proven track record of business effectiveness spanning over 30 years of revenue enhancement and expense in both emerging businesses as well as the Fortune 500. During his career at Digital Equipment Corporation (currently Hewlett-Packard Corporation), he earned positions of increasing responsibility in corporate training, field service, and sales and marketing management, consistently achieving top corporate sales and excellence awards. Bill is a public speaker, facilitator, writer, teacher and a recipient of the Louis R. Miller Award for Emerging Businesses (1998).

The 3-Day Signature Program will be taught on Friday (9am-5pm), Saturday (9am-5pm) and Sunday (9am-1pm) on the following dates:
F/Sa/Su, April 4, 5
THREE SESSIONS 7HABITS: $399

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
Jean Coombs
The Administrative Assistant Certificate Program is geared toward the entry level office assistant who has basic skills in WORD and EXCEL.
WORD is the premiere word processing program in use today and increasing your knowledge of this program is essential. Students will concentrate on formatting documents to look professional and learn to create templates, work with tables and columns and some advanced skills like Mail Merge, Table of Contents and Track Changes.
EXCEL is the industry standard for spreadsheets. It features calculation and graphing tools that students will use to complete expense reports, invoices, charts etc. Students will create workbooks, move or copy worksheets from one file to another, create formulas and charts.
Students will also work with OUTLOOK. Microsoft OUTLOOK is a personal information manager used mainly as an email application, but it also includes a calendar, task manager, and contact manager and is essential to managing your work and time or the schedule of one’s superior.
Other topics covered in this course will include: Prepared students will have a folder or binder for handouts, a notebook and pen/pencil for notes, and it is recommended that students obtain a Flash Drive (USB Key, Thumb Drive, etc.) for storing class files and information. A Flash Drive that 4 gigabytes is recommended. A computer at home or some other location that has Microsoft Office 2007 or 2010 installed is necessary for practicing and reinforcing the lessons covered in class.
M/F, March 10-May 12: 6:30pm-9:30pm
16 SESSIONS ADMIN01: $950

MODERN BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS CERTIFICATE
Susan Pace
Admission to this program requires a passing score on the Workforce Development Admissions Test. Please call 718.982.2182. Modern Bookkeeping Systems is comprised of bookkeeping and basic accounting practices combined with Microsoft Word and Excel Programs. Students will also be exposed to QuickBooks Software associated with accounting and bookkeeping practices. Students need to be computer literate and have keyboarding skills and good basic math skills. For employability, all participants should plan to receive a high school diploma or GED by program completion.

MODULE I
Learn basic bookkeeping and accounting practices relating to private businesses and corporations. Primary emphasis is on the accounting cycle.
NINETEEN SESSIONS

MODULE II
Continued advancement in bookkeeping/accounting practices; learn the basics of Microsoft Word and Excel. Apply your accounting knowledge to these computer programs in several class projects.
NINETEEN SESSIONS

MODULE III-QUICKBOOKS I
May be taken as a stand-alone certificate
Learn the best-selling accounting software program. This class will take you through the steps of creating a new company, setting up accounts and lists for automated transactions, preparing statements, and managing inventory. This course may be taken as a separate certificate from Modules I and II.

QuickBooks Certificate only:
TBD: Fall 2014
EIGHT SESSIONS B100: $500
Entire Bookkeeping Certificate:
TBD: Fall 2014
FORTY SIX SESSIONS MB100: $1,800

North Administration Building (2A) Suite (201)
Phone: 718.982.2182
Fax: 718.982.2038
continuing_ed@csi.cuny.edu

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