New York University
Babson College (MBA)
Bentley College (Other)
I have spent the last 20 years in the field of education, training and development. I have managed training programs, conducted over 1000 training sessions and taught over 200 undergrad and grad college courses (many were obviously repeats). I teach three types of courses: management, marketing and computer related. The most unusual place I ever taught was in a prison. In addition, I have an active role in both marketing my consulting services and in helping my clients as needed.
I have a B.A. in Philosophy, a Certificate in Accounting (to balance out the Philosophy), an MBA (marketing/entrepreneurship) and several credits toward an EdD in Human Resources Education (training and development).
I have taught many distance education and blended learning sessions. The upside of blended learning is that content can be delivered online and discussion can take place face to face.
With several years’ worth of experience in the field and hands-on involvement in training and development, marketing, operations, finance, computerized accounting, and strategic business management, I bring to the table:
• Certified QuickBooks Professional; CRCP Crystal Reports
• 20 years of teaching experience on an adjunct and full-time basis at the college level in ethics, marketing, management, accounting and computer science
• Ongoing consulting and training assignments in software (Crystal Reports. QuickBooks, MS Office, Adobe Acrobat, Act, MS Project, Mac and PC platforms) to soft skills (interpersonal communications, presentation skills, business writing, coaching, accounting
Looking forward to helping you!
-David I have spent the last 20 years in the field of education, training and development. I have managed training programs, conducted over 1000 training sessions and taught over 200 undergrad and grad college courses (many were obviously repeats). I teach three types of courses: management, marketing and computer related. The most unusual place I ever
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Expertise in MS Excel
25 years experience providing training to corporations, public classes, college courses and individuals in Excel.
Development of Excel Workbooks for solutions to business issues
I have been working with QuickBooks since the DOS V1 in 1991. I have worked onsite in companies setting up the system and have provided public training to the public including CPAs.