Here is a list of Workplace Education Programs Coming and Running

The programs will be offered virtually in an online classroom setting this Winter in order to comply with the social distancing recommendations. Therefore, the programs must be taken on a computer, laptop, or tablet; phones will not be an acceptable device. Participants must have an Internet connection, hardwired preferred to wi-fi, high speed (no dial-up). Headset or earbuds must be used, and the participants must have a webcam, if no camera on their laptop; video participation is a requirement, to ensure the connection to the instructor and other participants. A quiet place to focus is required, free from distractions. These details will be part of the INA process.

CBDC-NOBL WINTER Program Offering

Google Workspace

Mondays 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM starting January 19, 2022, 11 weeks

  • Understanding the Google Cloud
  • Understanding online security when using Google Workspace
  • Understanding Gmail
  • Understanding Google Calendar and Contacts
  • Understanding Google Forms
  • Understanding Google Keep
  • Understanding Google Docs
  • Understanding Google Sheets
  • Understanding Google Slides
  • Increasing business productivity skills using Google Workspace
  • Increasing time management effectiveness with Google Workspace

This program is designed to help business owners and employees learn how to use and be more productive with the Google Workspace apps. You will explore the apps and how they can be accessed by various devices across the Internet. You will be introduced to templates, editing tools, and more.

CBDC-NOBL WINTER Program Offering

Social Media Level 1

Fridays 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM starting January 19, 2022, 11 weeks

  • Working with Facebook, Graph Search and Apps
  • Working with Twitter to create visibility
  • Google Keyword Planner and Search
  • Hootsuite and how to effectively schedule posts
  • Instagram
  • Working with Video
  • Content Creation Fundamentals
  • Effective Time Management
  • LinkedIn
  • Internet Security Basics (how to keep hackers out)
  • Images, Canva, and more!

Ever wish there was a social media program that went beyond the basics? One that teaches business owners how to use social media that embraces business 101 strategies? The 40-hour workplace education program, Social Media Level I helps business owners get beyond the basic Facebook usage and start exploring Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube and such in a way that makes business “cents”. Learn how to make social media work for your business. This is also an excellent updating of skills if you have taken a social media program in the past.