Alameda County Training & Education Center


For Learners

Training and educational opportunities for Alameda County employees and organizations in the East Bay

Featured Classes

Strengths-Based Leadership – January 15

Discover how you can leave a positive leadership legacy and inspire your followers in Strengths Based Leadership.

Strengths-Based Leadership – January 15

What is the path to becoming a great leader? It starts with understanding your strengths. Great leaders have a deep knowledge of their own strengths and develop the strengths of their followers. Discover how you can leave a positive leadership legacy and inspire your followers in Strengths Based Leadership.



8:30 am – 12:30 pm
County: $25| Public/ Non Profit: $125| Private: $150

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7 Habits for Managers – January 16 & 23 (Two-Day Course)

Meet today’s management challenges, including conflict resolution, prioritization, performance management, accountability and more!

7 Habits for Managers – January 16 & 23 (Two-Day Course)

The “Industrial Age” approach to management focused on controlling employee behavior. In contrast, today’s “Knowledge Worker Age” demands a different approach: to unleash the full potential of employees and empower them to make their best contributions. This Intensive, application-oriented learning experience utilizes a set of tools to help managers meet today’s management challenges, including conflict resolution, prioritization, performance management, accountability and trust, execution, collaboration, and employee development. It’s a unique, new approach to management development that helps your management team move from getting good results to attaining great and enduring results. Based on 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.
Participants are eligible in receiving 14 hours of IACET CEU credit or 17 NASBA CPE credits upon completing this course.



8:30 am – 4:30 pm
County: $350| Public/ Non Profit: $385| Private: $420

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Transition to Microsoft Office 2016 – January 15

Learn the enhanced features you’ll want to leverage in order to improve the way you manage, organize, present, and distribute your data and information.

Transition to Microsoft Office 2016 – January 15

This course builds upon the foundational Microsoft knowledge and skills you’ve already acquired, and explores the enhanced features you’ll want to leverage in order to improve the way you manage, organize, present, and distribute your data and information. Participants learn new and enhanced features that are common across all applications in Office 2016 including how to modify documents using Word, enhancing worksheet data using Excel, Augment a presentation using PowerPoint, create a database in Access and better utilize mail, calendars, contacts, and tasks in Outlook.



9:00 am – 4:30 pm
County: $175 | Public/ Non Profit: $200 | Private: $225

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Microsoft Excel 2013 Fundamentals – January 16

You will gain a base understanding of the functionality in Excel 2013 including: manipulating cells and data, and more!

Microsoft Excel 2013 Fundamentals – January 16

n this course, you will gain a foundational understanding of the functionality in Excel 2013. You will use formulas and functions to perform calculations in your worksheets, and you will modify worksheets by manipulating cells and data, by searching for and replacing data, and by checking for spelling errors. You will format worksheets and prepare them for printing. You will also begin working with larger workbooks that contain multiple worksheets. Finally, you will customize how Excel behaves to more closely meet your needs.



9:00 am – 4:30 pm
County: $175 | Public/ Non Profit: $200 | Private: $225

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Class Categories

Developing individuals

Programs for individuals and leaders to develop skill proficiency

Developing leaders

Programs for leaders to enhance their ability to support others

Media & software

Learn computer software technology and social media

Degrees

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