[Micronet] Free Computer Training on campus through December

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[Micronet] Free Computer Training on campus through December

Kathleen Valerio
Hi all, 

Here's the Schedule for Calpact Workshops through the end of the 2012. 
These workshops are sponsored by the Center for Organizational Workforce Effectiveness - COrWE
Meaning they are "free" to UC staff.

Classes will be taught on Microsoft Office 2010 and Adobe CS6 by UCB's training partner AcademyX.

You can sign-up on-line through the UCB Learning Center:

Go to http://Blu.berkeley.edu

Authenticate using your Calnet ID

select “UCB Learning Center” in the “Self Service” section.

Once in the Learning Center you can browse categories or search by keyword e.g. “Excel” to find the course you want to enroll in.


As always, self-paced tutorials and reference books are available 24x7 through e-Learn. Go to Blu http://blu.berkeley.edu, log-in with your CalNet ID, and select “e-Learn” in the “Self Service” section.


Also, if the posted CalPact schedule does not meet your needs, you can save 40% off any retail class offered AcademyX. To get the UCB rate, type “ucber40” in the "add coupon" field, then click on the recalculate to see discounted price.

Yours truly,

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Kathleen Valerio
CalPact Coordinator &
Data Compliance Manager
Center for Organization & Workforce Effectiveness (COrWE)
192 University Hall
2199 Addison St.
Berkeley, CA 94720-3548

 

Ph 510 643-0452
[hidden email]



 
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