This module will take about 35 minutes to complete. For many small and mid-size businesses, marketing is reactive rather than strategic. But a clearly defined plan is essential to reach your goals. This lesson simplifies the components of marketing strategy and advertising campaign development. Understand and implement concepts such as: SCOT analysis Market potential Messages Advertising channels Tracking & analysis
MS Project 2013/2016 e-course – PRO There never was a more complete course in MS Project, perfectly categorized on the different topics for later reference. From the author: "We took all our knowledge, tips and trics and put it in one learning path. The people that have completed all 5 levels, I now consider them to be my peers and are able to level on every single topic". The course is organized such that by only doing the quizzes and exercises in MS Project, you will have a fair understanding on how to implement it in your own project. This course is designed for the project manager that want to get started quickly (processes, lean&mean, and does not necessarily need to prepare for a MS Exam (buttons)! The 5 courses will cover the topics: 1) Milestones & Project Health 2) Task Management 3) Critical Path Management 4) Resource Management 5) Cost Management
The objective of this training session is to learn how to plan a project effectively. At the end of the training session, you will be able to understand the steps involved in effective project planning, understand how to troubleshoot your own project plans to anticipate problems and prevent bottlenecks, and create project strategies that will successfully achieve goals, meet deadlines, and contain costs. Duration: 29 minutes.
The objective of this training session is to learn how to create a budget—and how to stay on it. We will talk about the importance of careful and accurate budgeting in the project planning process. We’ll also review the basic steps involved in budgeting for a project. Then we’ll focus on the importance of monitoring expenditures during project implementation. By the end of the session, you should be better prepared to deal effectively with problems and bring any project in on budget. Duration: 26 minutes.
This course will take approximately 23 minutes to complete. This course will help you to recognize the types of workplace disasters you may face, understand the requirements of the emergency response plan, satisfy employee training requirements, and carry out emergency response duties effectively. Why Training about "Disaster Planning - What Supervisors Need to Know" Matters Fires are the most common type of workplace disasters. The National Fire Protection Association reports that a fire department somewhere in America responds to a fire every 16 seconds. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that fires cause as many as 10,000 employee injuries and 200 employee deaths every year. The U.S. Fire Administration says that losses from industrial fires cost U.S. businesses over $4 billion a year in property losses and more than $8 billion in business interruption costs. Explosions resulting from fires, bombs, or other causes can claim many lives, leave many more badly injured, and destroy property. Natural disasters such as earthquakes and tornadoes can strike with little or no warning. Hurricanes and floods may be forecast, but effective emergency action in these situations may nevertheless be required.
This course will take approximately 24 minutes to complete. Making sure that all employees receive basic emergency response training is a critical part of disaster planning, whether you are planning for a workplace fire or a natural disaster like a tornado or flood. This training session will help you to identify different types of workplace disasters, understand the requirements of your emergency response plan, carry out emergency response assignments effectively, and evacuate quickly and safely in an emergency. Why Training about "Disaster Planning - What Employees Need to Know" Matters Fires are the most common type of workplace emergency. The National Fire Protection Association reports that a fire department somewhere in America responds to a fire every 16 seconds. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that fires cause as many as 10,000 employee injuries and 200 employee deaths every year. In addition, the U.S. Fire Administration says that losses from industrial fires cost U.S. businesses over $4 billion a year in property losses and more than $8 billion in business interruption costs. Explosions resulting from fires, bombs, or other causes can claim many lives, leave many more badly injured, and destroy property. Natural disasters such as earthquakes and tornadoes can strike with little or no warning. Hurricanes and floods may be forecast, but effective emergency action in these situations may nevertheless be required. Toxic chemical releases can require emergency response within the workplace and in the surrounding community. Workplace violence can erupt at any time in any department. We must be prepared to respond quickly and appropriately in these dangerous and sometimes life-threatening situations. Since the Oklahoma bombing, the events of September 11, 2001, and subsequent terrorist activity around the world, it has become clear to all Americans that we must be prepared to face the possibility of terrorist attacks in the workplace at any time.
ORIGINALLY PRESENTED JUNE 27, 2013 Written by: Nadja Turek, P.E., LEED AP BD+C Paula J. Loomis, FAIA, LEED AP BD+C, PMP Course Credit Hours: 1.5 PDHs, 1.5 AIA LUs/ HSW Course Overview: In March of 2013 the new UFC 1-200-02 titled “High Performance and Sustainable Building Requirements” was released. The UFC was developed by the Tri-service Sustainability Discipline Working Group (DWG) and will become the common standard for HPSB requirements across the services. The UFC provides minimum requirements and coordinating guidance for planning, designing, constructing, renovating and managing DoD facilities to meet sustainable design requirements, federal mandates, and reduce total cost of ownership for the military. Attendees will hear from a member of the DWG about the future use of the new UFC among the services in their facility O&M programs and design and construction programs. And you will also hear from an A/E practitioner about how the UFC will affect providing services and winning work for military clients. Attendees will gain an understanding of the technical content and requirements of the new UFC and how it differs from previous management and procurement practices. It also addresses sustainability practices that can and should be implemented across an installation. Come learn how the new UFC helps to unify and clarify the Services sustainable building requirements and programs. Learning Objectives: At the end of this course, participants will be able to identify appropriate application for and use of the new UFC 1-200-02 titled “High Performance and Sustainable Building Requirements” when executing work for/with the military services At the end of this course, participants will be able to understand the technical requirements outlined in the new UFC At the end of this course, participants will be able to learn how the UFC applies to their own work with/for the military At the end of this course, participants will be able to understand commonalities and differences between the intended use of the UFC by the military services, and the services unique HPSB policies
This session will focus on how organizing and planning can help you work smarter, and we’re going to give you the blueprint to more efficient organization and more effective planning.
FSMA Food Safety and Quality Planning The initial Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rules are now on the table. One of the first issues addressed in the rules is a call for the food processors, farms, distributors, handlers, packers, and distributors to develop food safety plans that embrace and define operational hazard analyses and preventive controls. Additionally, these plans must address process monitoring, corrective action, verification and record keeping. While there are currently many compliance bodies that provide food safety standards and certification, most of these bodies provide little or no guidance for developing a detailed and comprehensive planning strategy that can be used to meet rule requirements. This course includes a free paper with the same title. The training includes planning procedures for incorporating both food safety and food quality plans into a single plan. Advanced concepts include flow charting, process mapping, critical control point determination, hazard analysis, procedure development, inspection, test and other concepts required for a complete plan
This course provides the fundamentals that will enable you to: - Recognize the linkage of strategic supply planning with business strategy - Understand the importance of managing forecast error - Apply demand management principles - Appreciate the use of sales and operations planning - Understand the drivers of master production scheduling
This course provides an understanding of the strategic relationships among members of the supply chain and the importance of process alignment within the network.
This is the second of 2 Modules of “Time Management for Retail Managers.” The student will learn about and discover: • The Symptoms of a Time Management Problem • How to Determine if You Have a Time Management Problem • The Value of Your Time • The Benefits of Time Management • The Skills of an Effective Time Manager • How to Set Priorities In Order to Work Effectively • The Difference Between Importance and Urgency • How to Use Monthly Planning Tools • How to Use a Daily To-Do List to Stay on Track This Module may be purchased individually, but it is recommended that the user purchase the “Time Management for Retail Managers” Bundle. The user receives a 30% discount when purchasing the 3 Modules together. Target Audience: Retail Managers, Retail Field Managers, Retail Managers In-Training Course Length: 30-45 minutes