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For more information on these programs, call the Career Education office at (415)457-8811 x8200.
College Credit Trainings - Spring 2022 (Begins Feb 28)
Details coming soon.
Business Office Technology (5 units total)
Receive a COM Skills Certificate in Business Office Technology by completing these three short courses in 12 weeks. You will learn about the hardware, operating systems and application software, as well as how to use Google Apps to make you successful in a business environment. Suggested familiarity with MS Excel and Word. Expect to work 10-11 hours a week on this certificate.
Sign up for these courses: CIS 101, CIS 111, and CIS 126
Jobs with these skills: Executive Assistant, Account Manager, Office Manager, Accounts Payable Clerk, Administrative Assistant, Data Entry Clerk, Office Assistant, Office Clerk
Business Start-Up: E-Commerce & Social Media (6 units total)
Receive a COM Skills Certificate in Business Start-Up: E-Commerce & Social Media while learning the principals and technologies involved in e-commerce and creating a Web presence for a small- or medium-sized business. This pair of courses covers aspects of business and marketing planning, a survey of Web technologies, use of digital media, building an online store, e-commerce security, electronic payment systems and legal issues. You will learn the ins and outs of promoting your business through social media strategies and explore historic development as well as emerging trends in Web applications and services. Expect to work 12-14 hours per week on this certificate.
Sign up for these courses: BUS 160 and BUS 161
Jobs with these skills: Content Marketing, Testing and Data Collection, Design, Email Marketing, Marketing Automation
Small Business Management (6 units total)
This pair of courses provide the skills needed to start a new business and use a computerized accounting system. Upon completion of training, students will receive a COM Skills Certificate in Small Business Management. The training covers marketing, finance, human resources, and topics unique to small businesses (including applying for a Small Business Administration loan). Students will get an overview of accounting software, setting up a company, entering and paying bills, preparing a budget, etc. Expect to work 12-14 hours per week on this certificate.
Sign up for these courses: BUS 115 and BUS 162
Jobs with these skills: Marketing, Customer Service, Sales, Bookkeeping