Having taught Personal Finance, Small Business Management, Excel with emphasis on Accounting, Selling Techniques on a college level, as well as having spent 15+ years at a major insurance company supporting the associates' business goals by teaching them how technology will help them, more than qualifies me in the business arena.
Having been acknowledged as the #1 instructor at the school where I teach, you will learn how to:
Utilize the 5-4-3-2-1 plan which includes:
Networking, Job Search strategies, Resume writing, how to compose an effective Cover Letter as well as different interviewing techniques such as Group, Behavioral, One on One and more. Requirements Analysis will be taught to help you get more responses to your job inquiries.
When should one use a functional resume vs a reverse chronological resume?
What action verb should one use?
What are transferable skills?
How does one do a requirements analysis to increase probability of interview invitations?
The answers to all of these helpful questions will be provided during your lesson.
I help students prepare focusing on the areas of mathematics and language arts.
The topics covered are:
decimals to fractions
fractions to percentages
order of operations
We also go into parts of speech, verb usage, contractions, punctuation and more.
I offer help with: introductory computer lessons, how to use the keyboard and mouse, Windows XP, Windows 7, copying files, printing and much more.
Student will be able to identify: parts of speech, correct punctuation, correct capitalization, subject-verb agreement, proper verb tense usage and much more.
Certified from Microsoft in Microsoft Access 2007. Can teach introductory to intermediate. In this course, we will cover tables, forms, queries and reports.
Student will learn how to answer the following questions: What is a spreadsheet? How does one save a file? How does one copy and paste? How does one manipulate worksheets? What are cell references? How do relative vs absolute references work? How does one graph? How does one filter data (database)? and much more.
Having worked 17 years at one of the 15 largest financial companies (AXA) in the world as the technology director (Midwest), my Outlook tips and tricks have been distributed throughout the country. My responsibilities included training associates and their office staff on best practices both in the proprietary insurance software as well as holding workshops and one on one sessions in Microsoft Office. Not only do I have corporate experience, but I have worked at the university level as well as post secondary helping people with their Outlook/Excel applications. During my time at Northern Illinois University, I taught some of the help desk associates some more advanced techniques in the MS Office applications. I also hold a Microsoft Office Specialist Masters designation in both Microsoft Office 2007(Excel, Word, Access & PowerPoint) and 2010 (Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel & Word).
Currently hold a Microsoft Office 2010 MOS certification as well as holding Microsoft Office Master Certifications in 2007 and 2010 (12 Microsoft Office Certifications.)
Introduction to Outlook Components
Multiple Recipients (Blind Copy and normal CC)
Handling incoming messages
Read, Respond (Reply/Forward)
Organizing Messages (Folder List)
Managing Contact Information
Add, Delete, Revise
Sort Contact List, Different Views
Creating Distribution List
Sending messages to groups
Printing Address Books
Working with Appointments
Scheduling, Editing, setting reminders and inviting attendees
Using Voting Buttons and Custom Rules
Color Coding tasks
Tasks -setting reminders, assigning tasks and more.
Please let me know how I can help you.
Student will learn: how to create a slide, how to create transitions, how to create animations and add sounds, how to create a slide show with notes for the speaker, how to get additional PowerPoint templates (2010 users) and more.
Having worked 17 years at one of the 15 largest financial companies (AXA) in the world as the technology director (Midwest), I have taught many people how to use Windows. My responsibilities included training associates and their office staff on best practices both in the proprietary insurance software as well as holding workshops and one on one sessions in Windows. Not only do I have corporate experience, but I have worked at the university level as well as post secondary, helping people with their Windows XP and Windows 7 applications. During my time at Northern Illinois University, I taught some of the help desk associates some more advanced techniques in Windows applications, such as advanced searches. I also hold a Microsoft Office Specialist Masters designation in both Microsoft Office 2007(Excel, Word, Access & PowerPoint) and 2010 (Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel & Word).
Currently having 15 certifications, including certified technology instructor from Computer Systems Institute, where I am an adjunct instructor I can help you or a family member get up and running quickly. Here are some of the basics we can cover:
Windows 7 Basics
Logging onto Windows
The Win Desktop
Controlling program windows
sizing, moving, resizing, dragging windows to automatically resize
Pinning and unpinning programs
Program Switching,flip command
Deleting and restoring folders/files
File name nomenclature recommendations
Searching for files using advanced search
Setting screen resolution
Please let me know how I can help you.
Learn how to create a document from scratch, or from a predesigned template.
You will be taught:
How to maniupate information in a page (margins, landscape/portrait orientations, fonts and more)
How to print multiple pages or specific pages
How to save and protect files
How to do mail merges,table of contents, indexes and more
I will adapt to your needs. I hold a masters certification in both Office 2007 and 2010.
Having co-authored several children's books as well as edited over 45 books for publications, I have an excellent grasp on how papers should be written. I also am an adjunct instructor where one of the topics I teach is grammar and writing.