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ZPDI-1023 Finance for Non-Financial Managers

0.8 CEU’s

To get ahead and stay ahead, today’s managers have to be "finance savvy." You’ve got to know how to justify a request...quantify your contributions to the company...spot profit drains before they get out of hand. From accruals to write-offs, from accounts receivable to working capital, this seminar shows you the concepts, techniques and tools that can help you make each decision pay off—on the job and on the bottom line! No matter how effective your management methods or how innovative your ideas, the results are going to be measured in numbers: dollars and cents.

Contact hours: 8

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1145 Peer Today, Boss Tomorrow

0.4 CEU’s

Making the leap from peer to boss is never easy. In addition to dramatic change, new managers frequently struggle to balance their old coworker relationships with their new management responsabilities. Designed to help participants make a successful transition from "coworker" to "manager" or "supervisor," Peer Today, Boss Tomorrow presents four proven strategies that will help new supervisors navigate changing relationships and prepare for the most difficult situations they are likely to encounter as they assume their new role.

Contact hours: 4

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1160 Project Management

2.4 CEU’s

Proper planning is key to success in any endeavor. This program is a hands-on workshop for those in a formal project management role, or for those managers who need to lead others through projects. Participants will practice using tools and techniques to define, plan, implement, and close projects successfully.

Contact hours: 24

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1187 Dynamic Presentation Skills

0.4 CEU’s

Whether you are persuading colleagues, selling a client or energizing a team, the power of your presentation makes the difference between success and failure. This session will afford you the opportunity to experience a personal facilitation touch to understanding dynamic presentation skills. Discover how to present your thoughts and ideas with conviction, control and self-confidence and without trepidation. You will learn yjr skills you need to become comfortable with your own presentation style. Our experienced subject matter experts will guide you on exactly how to overcome challenges you may face in your world of presenting. We will provide a safe environment for you to practice presenting to increase your confidence and skills.

Contact hours: 4

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1193 Accountability: The Buck Stops Here

0.4 CEU’s

This program is a hands-on workshop for managers to develop an environment of accountability in their group, department, or their entire business. Participants will learn what actions lead to accountable employees and what actions derail this effort.

Contact hours: 4

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1222 Communicating with Impact

0.4 CEU’s

Many organizations focus on technical skills as all-important to success in the workplace. Yet strong interpersonal skills are equally essential in transforming individual contributors into exceptional performers who have a greater impact in their roles. This foundational course provides individuals with a powerful set of interaction skills that enables them to communicate more effectively with colleagues and customers and, in the process, build trust, strengthen partnerships, and achieve desired results.

Contact hours: 4

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1224 Professional Business Results

0.8 CEU’s

In the workplace, your writing speaks volumes about you. Whether you are writing a three-line email or a multipage report, you need to write in a polished, professional way. This course reviews the principles of written communication in the workplace. The course introduces students to common formats such as the memo, letter, and report and helps students improve writing skills to gain greater mastery of grammar, mechanics, and style.

Contact hours: 8

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1236 Certified Manager of Apartments (CMA)

3 CEU’s

Northeast Ohio Apartment Association has a commitment to providing current and future residents with quality properties and services of the highest professional standards through education, publication and advocacy. To further this mission Corporate College, a division of Cuyahoga Community College, and NOAA have partnered to develop, design and deliver a certification program to enhance the knowledge and skills of apartment managers in Northeast Ohio. This 10-day class features local apartment management guest speakers and follows the NAA’s Multifamily Housing: The Essential Industry Textbook curriculum. Successful completion of this program will assist in providing growth, professionalism and progress within the Multi-Family Industry. NOAA members, to apply your membership discount please call 216-987-3075 for registration

Contact hours: 30

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1238 Fundamentals of Meeting & Event Management

3 CEU’s

In order to be a successful event planner, you must first learn the essentials. This course will provide you with the tools and strategies to excel in event management including logistics, financial management, feasibility, risk management, charts, tools and formulas (including Food & Beverage). You will build the foundation necessary to become an in-demand event planner and discover the career path that best suits your skills.

Contact hours: 30

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1239 Home Inspector Training

6 CEU’s

Whether you are searching for a new career or you are looking for a second income, becoming a home inspector can offer the flexibility (and income!) that you've always dreamed of! We've partnered with All American Training Institute to provide you with the best home inspection training available. This all-inclusive course is designed to ensure you understand the proper process of a home inspection and current home inspection practices as well as familiarize yourself with the systems of a building and how the systems work as a whole.

Contact hours: 60

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1240 From Sensors to Wearables to Health Monitoring

1.4 CEU’s

This short course is adapted from the Wireless Health and Wearables Master’s and Graduate Certificate offerings at CWRU. In partnership with Corporate College, CWRU is offering this 2-day course, which covers sensors, wearables and wireless health (also known as digital and mobile health). Sensors are a key enabling technology for wearables, while applications of wearables to health and wellness monitoring are one of the most exciting growth areas on the horizon.

Contact hours: 14

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1241 Future of Aerospace Industry

1.4 CEU’s

This course is designed to provide insight on the history and future of the growing international aerospace industry. This course will discuss the critical role of Ohio and the future of the U.S. in a global context. It will have an overall perspective on the business and operational focus. The aim is to prepare participants to become actors in the industry. The past and future influence of other sectors including health, automotive, and the aerospace industry will be explored.

Contact hours: 14

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1242 Allergen Friendly Series

0.6 CEU’s

This interactive online course provides allergen awareness, allergen plan development, and allergen plan specialist for your entire operation and staff. In these courses, you will learn current information on what causes an allergic reaction, the main food allergens, how to communicate with customers who have food allergies, and how to assure customers’ allergen needs are communicated within the operation from the initial order to the serving process. Another course within the series walks management through all the elements of food allergens in a food operation, allowing management to decide what will and will not be done. The final course, provides an in-depth understanding of food allergens, product ingredients, and common allergen food items. With this knowledge, you learn how to evaluate a menu and its recipes for their food products. You will also learn all the steps of an operation and how to develop written protocols for each step.

Contact hours: 6

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1243 Ohio Level Two: Food Safety Manager Certification

1.5 CEU’s

This interactive online course is designed for food safety manager’s certification required by the State of Ohio. The certification training is a comprehensive course designed to teach all of the knowledge needed to pass the recognized food safety manager’s certification examination. This course is fully compliant with the latest FDA food code and CFP guidelines.

Contact hours: 15

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1244 Strategies for Increasing Sales

0.9 CEU’s

This interactive online course is designed to allow the individuals to develop a written food service operations marketing plan. By the end of the course, the student will have completed a fully developed marketing plan ready for evaluation and implementation in any food service operation to increase overall sales and revenue.

Contact hours: 9

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1245 Allergen Awareness

0.2 CEU’s

This interactive online course provides allergen awareness for your entire staff. In this course, you will learn current information on what causes an allergic reaction, the main food allergens, how to communicate with customers who have food allergies, and how to assure customers’ allergen needs are communicated within the operation from the initial order to the serving process. Also covered is cross-contact and how to avoid it, and what to do when an allergy reaction or attack happens. Allergen Awareness was designed to be highly flexible, allowing the student to train on their schedule.

Contact hours: 2

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1246 Allergen Plan Development

0.2 CEU’s

With the Allergen Plan Development Course, the answers to the questions about “ask your manager” are developed. This course walks management through all the elements of food allergens in a food operation, allowing management to decide what will and will not be done. Throughout the course, the user is offered a series of questions and options for how much accommodation the operation will give to the issue of food allergen safety. Even those operations not able to achieve a high level of accommodations will have made the decision with a full awareness of what is not being provided. Operations that decide to offer a high level of food allergen accommodations will end the course with the foundation of their Allergen Plan. This plan or essay will be saved and used to develop the details of the operation's food allergen safety process.

Contact hours: 2

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1247 Allergen Plan Specialist

0.2 CEU’s

This course will provide students with an in-depth understanding of food allergens, product ingredients, and common allergen foods. Students will learn how to evaluate a menu and its recipes for their food products. Knowing all the products used by the operation will help students learn how to identify the food allergen ingredients in the products. When to be alert to potential ingredient changes, how to communicate with suppliers, and what to do about product recalls due to allergen mislabeling or undocumented allergens will be discussed. Students will learn how to use this knowledge to create a database to track each allergen, from product to menu. Lesson 2 covers the steps of an operation and how to develop written protocols for each step. Through discussions of receiving, storage, ordering, cooking and serving, students will learn how to work with other staff to evaluate each step of the operation from an allergen viewpoint.

Contact hours: 2

Not financial aid eligible.

ZPDI-1248 Digital Marketing Manager: Professional Certification (Online)

3 CEU’s

The online Digital Marketing Manager: Professional Certification is ideal for anyone involved in the planning, implementation or measurement of digital strategies – or anyone who would like to pursue a career in this area. This online course is a rounded introduction to all core digital marketing disciplines, and will prepare participants to take on a more specialist role within the overall marketing domain. Through dynamic video presentations, and practical learning activities including tutorials and exercises, you will acquire a hands-on learning experience that will enable you to gain a strong foundation in digital marketing, covering the main concepts, techniques and skills required in order to develop, plan and implement an effective digital marketing strategy.

Contact hours: 30

Not financial aid eligible.