Job Related Programs
Classes are designed for all levels of employment. Brush up on your public speaking skills, learn how to handle angry customers, or how to manage different generations in the workplace. Classes are taught by experienced instructors and consultants that are practical and can be put to use immediately. Please call 716.363.6500 to learn more.
Leadership Skills for New Managers Series
September 26-November 7, F, 1-4 p.m.
NCTC 115, #5563, $59/class or $147 for all 3
Legal Aspects of Supervision: Becoming a supervisor includes some legal responsibilities that go along with the day-to-day duties. This course will provide an overview of federal and state anti-discrimination laws, the discipline and discharge of employees, and the liability of employers and supervisors for unlawful acts to support supervisors in navigating these potentially intimidating aspects of their new role.
Engaging and Motivating Employees: Learn tips and strategies about why it is important to get your employees engaged in the day-to-day operations of your unit. Employees want to be part of the planning process and part of achieving the goals of the organization. After attending this session, you will be able to offer your organization a ready to use approach for employee motivation and inspiration!
Coaching Employees for Better Performance: Supervisors and employees recognize that there are benefits to giving and receiving feedback, but many do not look forward to that time. This workshop will focus on skills to develop your confidence in providing constructive and meaningful feedback that will allow both you and your employees to achieve your objectives.
Math Skills Brush-Up
October 21-November 20, T/TH, 9-11 a.m.
NCTC 119, #5665, $129
Has it been a while since you used your math skills? Are you entering a new job where math skills will be essential or considering going back to school and are facing a math placement test? This class will help you! During this class, you will review beginning algebra and college level algebra concepts. The instructor will introduce you to a computer-based math program so that you can practice your skills at home even after the classroom sessions have ended.
November 3, M, 5-8 p.m.
NCTC 115, #5515, $80
This seminar prepares individuals for the NYS test and provides a comprehensive view of the notary public office. Confusing laws, concepts, and procedures are clarified in plain English. Examples are provided to illuminate situations that the officer is likely to encounter such as avoiding conflicts of interest, maintaining professional ethics and much more. Tuition includes text.
November 12, W, 1-4 p.m.
NCTC 115, #5514, $30
New York State law requires that persons licensed in identified health professions who practice in NYS must complete approved course work or training regarding infection control every four years to meet their licensing requirements.