Continuing Education

Continuing Education Courses and Descriptions
Third Quarter ( July-September 2014)

Introduction MS Word and PowerPoint 2010
This course is designed in a series of two Microsoft Office® 2010 Word and PPT sessions.  Learn how to create, update and format documents. You will also become familiar with the “Ribbon” in MS Word and PPT 2010. And learn simple functions.  Prerequisites: Must be able to use a Mouse.

Class Meeting:
Class time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon OR
1:00 p.m.— 3:00 p.m.
Limited Seating
(NOTE: This is a two day course. Two sessions are
offered at 2 hours each course)

Take Control
North Carolinian's are taking control of their health with help from the Eat Smart, Move More, Take Control nutrition education program provided by NCSU Cooperative Ext.   Developed in response to the obesity epidemic and the chronic diseases associated with excess weight, the  program informs, empowers, and motivates adults to change their eating and physical activity habits to manage, and even prevent, chronic disease.  It’s not news that NC has a weight problem. Nearly two-thirds of adults in the state are overweight. Excess weight is a risk factor for several serious conditions including coronary heart disease, stroke, type II diabetes, and  certain forms of cancer. In an effort to avoid these conditions, some citizens are looking  towards nutrition intervention programs to take control of their health.

Prerequisites: N/A
Class Meeting: July 28 – August 20, M & W only Class Time: 6:00 p.m.— 7:00 p.m.
Limited seating

Not the Classic Interview
The most simple interview questions can be the most difficult to answer. Learn how to handle questions about your salary requirements, your weaknesses, and your strengths. Discover effective, proven techniques to prepare you for tough job interviews. We will also illustrate hands on activities.

Prerequisites: Required to bring laptop or Tablet
Class Meeting: September 13
Class time: 1:00 p.m.— 3:00 p.m.
Limited seating

Footworx
No dance partner required...It is the most successful way to create good social dancers and a great way to make new friends. These classes are structured for  beginning to advanced learners. Each week builds on the  prior week’s material.  Progressive classes are the most effective way of learning and retaining techniques and material necessary to become a good social dancer.

Prerequisites: Willing to have fun through dance, ALL AGES WELCOME
Class Meeting: August 23
Class time: 12:00 noon — 2:00 p.m. Limited seating

Leadership Development Classes:  Effective Meeting Management
In these days of technology, it is even more  difficult to be effective when facilitating meetings. You begin a meeting and notice participants are looking at cell phones, iPads and tablets and not paying attention. When you do get their  attention, they claim they are taking notes, but can’t repeat your statement.   In this class you will learn how to develop meetings that keep the eyes on you and attention focused on the subject matter.   You will learn tools to: effectively plan a meeting; facilitate a productive meeting; manage distractions during the meeting and successfully close out/follow-up.

Prerequisites: Current Mount Zion Ministry Member
Class Meeting: September 20
Class time: 10:30 a.m.— 12:30 p.m.
Limited seating

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