Alameda County Training & Education Center


For Learners

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

Featured Classes

February 28, Coaching for Non-Managers

Coaching is giving people support and encouragement so they can solve problems on their own, take risks, make decisions, and tackle new challenges

February 28, Coaching for Non-Managers

You don’t have to be a supervisor to coach someone. Many of us help to coach others on a regular basis, our colleagues, clients, family, etc. Coaching is giving people support and encouragement so they can solve problems on their own, take risks, make decisions, and tackle new challenges. In this half-day course you will learn to be more aware of daily coaching opportunities and develop skills to coach effectively.



Wednesday, February 28
8:30 am — 12:30 pm

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March 6 & 7, Grammar Fundamentals

Participants review key grammar and punctuation rules that are necessary to maintain credibility in today’s competitive business world

March 6 & 7, Grammar Fundamentals (Two day course)

Business professionals don’t need to be grammar experts, but do need to project a consistently professional image. In this two-day course, participants review key grammar and punctuation rules that are necessary to maintain credibility in today’s competitive business world of communication. Through games, examples, and practice exercises, readers learn to identify and correct errors and awkward constructions in their own writing.



Tuesday, March 6 and Wednesday, March 7
8:30 am — 4:30 pm

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March 8, ALCO Supervisor Development Program (SDP)

A comprehensive training program that covers essential skills in six dimensions for supervisors

March 8, 15, 22, 29, & April 5, 12 (Six-day program,) ALCO Supervisor Development Program (SDP)

A comprehensive training program that covers essential skills in six dimensions for supervisors: Strategic Thinking Leadership, Political Acumen, Leading and Managing People, Customer Service, Business Acumen/Organizational Planning and Ethics and Financial Accountability. It is a prerequisite that participants of this training currently function as supervisors.
By registering for the first session, you will be registered for the entire six-day program.



Thursday, March 8
8:30 am — 3:30 pm

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March 28, Microsoft Project Professional 2013 Basic

This course is designed to familiarize participants with basic features and functions of Microsoft Project Professional 2013.

March 28, Microsoft Project Professional 2013 Basic

This course is designed to familiarize participants with basic features and functions of Microsoft Project Professional 2013. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to create and engage in basic management of a project. Learn key concepts of creating a new project plan, managing the time in a project plan, the tasks and resources and being able to share the project plan with a team.



Wednesday, March 28
9:00 am — 4:30 pm

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March 12 & 19, The 7 Habits for Managers

Today’s “Knowledge Worker Age” demands a different approach: to unleash the full potential of employees and empower them to make their best contributions

March 12 & 19, The 7 Habits for Managers (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. It is a prerequisite that participants of this training currently function as supervisors.

Participants are eligible in receiving 14 hours of IACET CEU credit or 17 NASBA CPE credits upon completing this course.



Monday, March 12 & March 19
8:30 am — 4:30 pm

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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

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