NC.CSKL-001 - Time Management - Cindy Pollack
Hi class, and welcome to COC's School of Personal and Professional Learning! I am excited to be on this journey with you. I have over 20 years of experience helping noncredit students update their skills and become better prepared for the 21st century job market. My background is in Human Resources, so I remain up to date with what skills help employees remain successful in their jobs. I look forward to working with each one of you.
Participants explore time management strategies and tools for effectively managing expanding workloads, shifting priorities, and increasing demands. Practice prioritizing “Important” versus “Urgent” activities. Emphasis on analyzing current use of time, identifying organizational goals, roles and priorities, discovering gaps to achieving goals and apply time management tools to the gaps for completing important priorities first.
What to Expect in this Course
The Career Skills courses were designed to be completed in eight hours. However, everyone works at a different pace so it may take you slightly less or more time than that. This course will have three discussion boards and a final assignment.
Types of Assessments
This class is offered as noncredit. All noncredit courses are graded as Pass (P) or No Pass (NP). Grade Breakdown: Pass (P) = 80 - 100% ? No Pass (NP) = Less than 80%
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
You will find the free Open Educational Resources (OER) in our Canvas course. You will also receive access to Linkedin Learning video resources once the course begins to complete your assignments.
Other Relevant Course Information
This course is one of three courses that are part of the Workplace Essentials Certificate. Earners of this certificate have demonstrated effective and professional business writing skills using appropriate business tone, organization, formatting, word choice and persuasion. They have learned the art of matching the delivery channel (email, letter, memo or text) to the message type and situations. Earners have gained a deeper understanding of time management tools, critical thinking techniques, and problem solving strategies.
- NC.CSKL 001 - Time Management: Participants explore time management strategies and tools for effectively managing expanding workloads, shifting priorities, and increasing demands.
- NC.CSKL 002 - Business Writing in the Technology Age: In this course, students will develop effective and professional business writing skills for electronic and hard-copy communication using business tone, organization and formatting, word choice, and persuasion.
- NC.CSKL 003 - Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making: Develop analytical thinking, decision-making, and problem-solving techniques. Apply judgment and insight to break problems into component parts and apply deductive reasoning.
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Last updated: 03/31/2022 Sub#: 370