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Short-Term Professional Development Courses

SHORT-TERM COURSES ARE GEARED TOWARD INDIVIDUALS SEEKING CAREER

OR PERSONAL GROWTH AND EMPLOYERS INVESTING IN THE ADVANCEMENT OF THEIR WORKFORCE.

Class Course Description (Class) Last Class Date Actual Start Date/Time Hours Per Meeting Sunday? Monday? Tuesday? Wednesday? Thursday? Friday? Saturday? In District Cost Out of District Cost Training On Demand Content URL Session Format
This class will help build core business skills. It will provide instruction to operate entry level Microsoft Excel and Word and prepare the student for the Administrative Technologies Advanced class.
Join us for our Lunch & Learn series. In this ever changing world, developing a core mindset to lead and inspire your team, colleagues and peers is a must-have trait...Join us to find out how you can be the leader you wish you had. Lunch included.
Many organizations are moving to flatter structures, so it’s essential to understand what makes a team cohesive and productive. An effective team is one that’s performing well and contributing to the overall success of the company, while simultaneously providing its members with an environment where they can do their best work, develop, and feel a sense of belonging and pride. The essential factors of effective teams include psychological safety, interpersonal sensitivity and dependability. The is part of the From the War Room to the board Room series.
Success in dealing with conflict comes from understanding how we behave, as well as how we can influence others. If we approach difficulties as needing to take place in one or a series of conversations, and we approach those conversations with a plan, we will find that we have less difficult people to deal with. More often than not, we will also have more meaningful and significant conversations. Part of the From the War Room to the Board Room Series.
Your reputation precedes you. This class will help you determine your goals, value, write your philosophy and reflect. Part of the "From the War Room to the Board Room Series"
The culture of a company can be it's make or break point. This class will go over the key points to help you creature culture and to fix a bad one. Part of the "From the War Room to the Board Room Series"
Creating a vision is particularly important for leadership development and personal growth because it allows you to visualize your goals and then take actionable steps towards making those goals a reality. And those who have a clear idea of where they are going in life are also those that are ensuring their core values are being fulfilled and realized every day. From the War Room to the Board Room series.
Fed up with high prices, endless fees and programming packages with 40 channels you don't watch? Cutting the cord and sourcing your TV programming elsewhere is easier than you may think. Join us as we help you discover cable and satellite alternatives to start saving money now. You must be comfortable using the keyboard and mouse and accessing the internet.
Almost everyone can benefit from having a last will and testament. This course will teach you how to make a will. After learning about wills, every student will work with an attorney to make themselves a valid will.
We will work on a simple approach to help you hone your decision making process. Problem – work on the right decision problem. Objective – specify your objectives. Alternatives – create imaginative alternatives. Consequences – understand the consequences. Part of the "From the War Room to the Board Room Series"
Do you have a small business? Do you wish to open a small business? Then come see us! Thursday mornings from 8am-9:30am at 580 Coffee. We can help put you on the right path to owning a successful business.
Do you have a small business? Do you wish to open a small business? Then come see us! Thursday mornings from 8am-9:30am at 580 Coffee. We can help put you on the right path to owning a successful business.
Are your personal assets at risk? Do not let your self-employment, side business or part-time gig be a personal liability! Come and learn the formalities of having an LLC, including formation, taxation, operation and more! These classes are via zoom. A link will be sent to you the day of the class.
Front Line Leadership is a flexible, 10-module program that provides new and current supervisors and managers with a toolkit of practical communication and employee development tools that reduce conflict, improve employee performance, and enhance team effectiveness. Leaders learn to deliver clear direction, coach employees, and provide effective feedback. The ultimate goal of the training is to enable leaders to create work environments that foster employee engagement, improve performance, and increase employee satisfaction. Modules consists of the following 10 Lessons: 1 - Role of the leader 2 - Managing Different Personalities 3 - Motivating & Engaging Employees 4 - Teamwork & Collaboration 5 - Communication Effectiveness 6 - Managing Performance I 7 - Managing Performance II 8 - Coaching for Commitment 9 - Managing Conflict 10 - Managing Change
Holding employees and ourselves accountable is a critical role of any supervisor. The primary objective of accountability through discipline is to correct an employee’s work-related conduct or performance while maintaining high productivity, discipline, integrity, and morale among all employees. From the War Room to the Board Room Series.
Google My Business is a free business profile that allows you to manage how your business shows up on Google Search and Maps. Google My Business lets you upload pictures and menus, list hours and business contact information, and allows your business to show up in Maps searches. Your customers can leave reviews and book services right from your Google My Business page. You can even create a simple, free business website right from Google using your Google My Business information. Bring Laptop or Phone, along with images you wish to upload. Part of lunch and learn series
Is your company interested in Government Contracting? Let us guide you through the requirements and procedures to find federal, state, and local contracting opportunities. Bring your lunch and join us!
Is your company interested in Government Contracting? Let us guide you through the requirements and procedures to find federal, state, and local contracting opportunities. Bring your lunch and join us!
Learn about ADEA. This law includes: discrimination of anyone 40 or older; private sector employers.
Learn about Title VII. This law covers: race and national origin discrimination; permits jury trial; punitive and compensatory damages; disparate treatment; discrimination; disparate impact; EEOC guidelines on sexual harrassment; burden of proof, coverage of foreign sites, jury trials, and awards for discrimination.
Learn how each paycheck can be an unlawful act if it reflects a discriminatory practice. Lunch included.
Learn the basics of FLSA. This law covers minimum wage, maximum hours and overtime pay provisions; record keeping guidelines; child labor; employee exemption status.
Learn about IRCA. This law covers I-9 Forms and the employment of legal workers. Lunch included.
Learn about OSHA. This law includes: standards for working conditions; employer records and reports; inspections; employers affecting commerce.
As an executive leader do you ever wonder, “What should I be doing differently today, to better prepare my organization for tomorrow?” The speed of change to our markets, workforce, and technologies are more profound now than any other time in history – and it’s not slowing down. It is easier than ever to get consumed by reacting to fighting fires and miss the opportunity to intentionally guide where our organizations are going. We invite you to join us and other leaders as we take one day out from our hectic schedules working in our business, to intentionally work on our business. Through a series of focused mini-workshops, Bill Fournet will help you tackle fail-proofing your strategy, multiplying the productivity of your workforce, and learning techniques to improve the quality of your personal life so you don’t just survive, but thrive, during challenging times. You will do hands-on planning over the course of the day in three key areas - your strategy, your team, and yourself. Gain new insights, new techniques, and new action plans to unlock your organization’s potential. YOU WILL LEAVE WITH THESE OUTCOMES: • Templates and plans created in the session, to jumpstart your strategic plans. • The keys to respond well to any challenge (no matter how new, big, or unexpected) • Knowing your talent better to create a reliable team that produces consistent results • Increased leadership capacity through PowerPlays™ you can apply today • Dedicated time spent working on your business to walk away with key improvement opportunities If you are bringing your leadership team contact lwhite@autrytech.edu before paying on line.
One hour session to help entrepreneurs navigate the ups and downs of being small business owner.
One hour session to help entrepreneurs navigate the ups and downs of being small business owner.
One hour session to help entrepreneurs navigate the ups and downs of being small business owner.
New Year, New You, New Money Series: Join Autry and TFCU in looking at ways you can kick off the New Year with coffee, Donuts and smart money planning. This Saturday workshop can be taken as a whole workshop or just attend the topic of most interest. 1. Money Smart Resolutions 9-9:45 a.m. 2. Psychology of Money 10-10:45 a.m. 3. Ten Steps to Financial Success 11-11:45 a.m.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
New to QuickBooks? This class introduces you to QuickBooks and basic file management tasks necessary for mastering the essentials, including setting up a company file, working with customers and vendors and using banking tasks in QuickBooks.
New to QuickBooks? This class introduces you to QuickBooks and basic file management tasks necessary for mastering the essentials, including setting up a company file, working with customers and vendors and using banking tasks in QuickBooks.
This evening course meets training requirements mandated by the state legislature to qualify individuals to sit for the state licensing exam to become a provisional sales associate as outline by the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission. The Commission approves the curriculum and instructor and all topics are relevant to Oklahoma laws. This will be an evening course that will last 8 weeks.
‘Sharpen the Saw’ means preserving and enhancing the greatest asset you have – you. It means having a balanced program for self-renewal, continuous improvement and personal and professional development both at work and at home. If you do not sharpen your saw, it will become blunt and ineffective. From the War Room to the Board Room Series.
Have you ever wanted to become a Slow Pitch and Fast Pitch Softball Umpire? In this class you will prepare to take the state test to become a certified umpire. This could range from Little League through High School.
Join us for quarterly speakers highlighting a variety of topics. Sessions will be geared towards small business, government contracting, Ag business, and general entrepreneurship!
There are several key components to being successful in strategic planning. From vision, mission, objectives, strategy, approach, and tactics. We will briefly cover of the key areas to give you a basics in this process. Part of the "From the War Room to the Board Room Series"
Based on the learnings of Patrick Lencionis's newest book. The 6 types of working genius will help you see a better way to understand your gifts, your frustrations, and your team. Part of the Lunch & Learn series