The One-Person Office certificate allows students to gain fundamental skills needed for entrepreneurs or individuals interested in running a small business.
|Department Course Number||Course Title||2016-2017 Annual # Sections|| 2016-2017 |
Annual Enrollment Total
|2017-2018 Annual # Sections||2017-2018 Annual Enrollment Total|
|BT 5||Workplace Communication||4||144||5||97|
|BT 31||21st Century Workfoce Skills||N/A||Not offered||N/A||Not offered|
|BT 33||Social Media and Emerging Technologies in the Workplace||N/A||Not offered||N/A||Not offered|
|BT 131||Applied Accounting||2||18||2||45|
|BT 132||Customer Service in the One-Person Office||N/A||Not offered||N/A||Not offered|
This program is considered Career Technical Education (CTE). The goal of the One-Person Office Certificate is for students to acquire fundamental skills needed for individuals interested in running a one-person office.
1. Demonstrate key skills in order to effectively meet customer needs and provide outstanding customer service.
2. Journalize and post a variety of typical business transactions.
3. Apply emerging technologies to business and administrative processes to maximize efficiency and effectiveness.
The industries needing these skills include: entrepreneurs, business offices, CPA firms (support staff), construction (office staff), non-profit organizations(including churches), manufacturing firms (office staff), customer service in any industry.
The One-Person Office Certificate allows students to gain fundamental skills needed for individuals interested in running a one-person office.
(Y1 or S1)
|BT-31||21st Century Workforce Skill||1.5||Y1|
|BT-33||Social Media and Emerging Technologies in the Workplace||3||Y1|
|BT-3||Customer Service in the One-Person Office||3||Y1|
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Votes were certified on 07/19/19
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