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+ WEBSITE DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT & PUBLISHING | COURSE CODE RTS001 (3 WEEKS)

After completing Basics of HTML and XHTML (Web Publishing and Design with HTML & XHTML - Course 2), the user should be able to: * Explain the structure of a simple HTML page * Describe the advantages and flexibility cascading style sheets allow * Apply HTML tags for overall page structure * Build ordered and unordered lists in a simple HTML page * Build HTML pages that have the ability to link back and forth

+ MICROSOFT OFFICE USER SPECIALIST (MOUS) | COURSE CODE RTS002 (3 WEEKS)

This 3 week course provides a comprehensive overview of the five main MS Office applications. The main focus of the course will be 'using the right tool for the job'. As each application is explored, participants will learn - Core techniques - Productivity tips and keyboard shortcuts. - MS Office application best practices

+ ADVANCED COMPUTER SKILLS FOR PERSONAL ASSISTANTS AND SENIOR SECRETARIES | COURSE CODE RTS003 (2 WEEKS)

This course will enhance participant's computer skills in their day-to-day work such as maintaining Electronic Diaries, appointments and making effective presentations. On completion of the course, participants should be able to: • Use advanced office to management office documents • Use Office to manipulate other files • Use Office in MS environment

+ COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING | COURSE CODE RTS004 (2 WEEKS)

Participants will be equipped with the skills and knowledge needed to professionally manage a computerized accounting operation using critical software such as Quickbooks; in addition they will: • know basic accounting principles and practices. • understand basic computer literacy. • apply these accounting principles and practices in a computerized accounting information system. • perform internet- and interview-based research skills pertinent to various and assorted accounting issues. • demonstrate basic communication skills (oral, written), along with a sense of teamwork, professionalism, and interpersonal skills.

+ BUSINESS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS IN THE 21ST CENTURY | COURSE CODE RTS005 (3 WEEKS)

Participants will learn how to • Define the responsibilities of business system analysts • Evaluate the need for a business system analyst role in their organization • Describe how to analyze a current and define a proposed business system By the end of the course participants will be able to : • determine what IS right for them. • Improve their Information Technology Projects Chance of Success

+ RESEARCH METHODS AND DATA ANALYSIS | COURSE CODE RTS008 (2 WEEKS)

The course will equip delegates with vital business research skills for developing new management theories and finding solutions to current real-life business problems. Based on software such as: • Microsoft Excel • SPSS

+ RECORDS AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT | COURSE CODE RTS010 (3 WEEKS)

• The principles learned in this course will allow the students to effectively work with records and information management. • The principles will provide students preparing to enter the business or government sector with a basic knowledge of the management of records and information. • The principles learned in this class will also allow those who are already working in business or government to upgrade their skills in and learn more about professional organizations for Records Information Managers. • Instruction in the use of an electronic database management program will prepare students to successfully update records on the computer.

+ COMPUTER NETWORKS ADMINISTRATION & MANAGEMENT | COURSE CODE RTS014 (3 WEEKS)

At the end of the course the participant should be able to: • Administer and manage an organizational network system effectively • To conduct troubleshooting of net work systems • To design organizational network systems that enhance effective connectivity • To set up database and user security • To run the core functionalities of a network system

+ NETWORK SECURITY | COURSE CODE RTS014 (3 WEEKS)

This course is designed for administrators who are responsible for the day-to-day administration of Microsoft Windows 2000. Although the course focuses on Microsoft product and technology specific implementation of security concepts, many of these same concepts can be applied to other technologies This 3 week course provides students with the knowledge and skills to begin supporting network security within an organization. Students who complete this course will be able to: • identify security threats and vulnerabilities • help respond to and recover from security incidents. • Implement security-enhanced computing baselines in an organization. • Help protect information in an organization by using authentication and access control. • Help protect Web servers against common attacks and configure security for Web browsers. • Help protect e-mail messages and instant messaging from common security threats.

+ HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS | COURSE CODE RTS015 (3 WEEKS)

With the emergence of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) that seamlessly integrates various business modules within the information architecture of any enterprise, HRIS offers a balanced approach to dealing with HR and IT/IS issues. It explores the use of information technology in improving the efficiency and effectiveness of HR service delivery, including HR planning, HR Administration, recruitment, Performance and Remuneration Management and Learning and Development.Students will be exposed to practical skills in using an HRI system. By the end of the course : • Participants will gain an understanding of the contribution that information systems can make to the practice of Human Resources Management. • Participants will gain skills-based knowledge of a leading edge HRIS; • Participants will gain an appreciation of the generic skills that cut across the HRM, Management, information technology and information systems, as well as an appreciation of the contribution of each field to HRIS.

+ COMPUTER AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES AND ADMINISTRATORS | COURSE CODE RTS 026

This course will enhance participant's computer skills in their day-to-day work such as maintaining Electronic Diaries, appointments and making effective presentations. On completion of the course, participants should be able to: • Use advanced office to management office documents • Use Office to manipulate other files • Use Office in MS environment

+ BUSINESS INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS | COURSE CODE RTS029 (2 WEEKS)

The goals of this course are to help delegates learn how to use and manage information technologies to revitalize business processes, improve business decision making and gain competitive advantage.

+ LIBRARY & INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT | COURSE CODE RTS015 (3 WEEKS)

This in-depth course will concentrate on addressing the needs of library professionals using electronic databases. At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to meet the following objectives: • Determining the information needs of their patrons. • Evaluating database(s) by criteria that match information needs. • Developing search strategy in order to access information within online database(s).
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