On April 27, Administrative Professionals Day, ACTC will hold a program that recognizes the administrative professionals who make your business or office work effectively.
The day-long program includes workshops on office, organization and time management skills and presentations on creating a more positive office environment and a healthier diet. Workshop presenters will give tips that can be used at work and home, and the workshops are listed below.
Microsoft Office For Work And Play will give interesting tips and tricks for office projects as well as fun projects that you can do at home or for the special groups in your life.
Time Flies will focus on effectively managing your time at the office and at home and achieving balance in your lie. Topics include how to address distractions and use productivity sessions and guidelining to maximize your time.
I Know It's Here Somewhere: De-Cluttering Principles To Organize Your Home, Office amp; Life will give you tools to tackle your home, office, and schedule. Who couldn't use a little more space, time, and peace of mind?
Go FISH! gives guidelines for creating a place where everyone chooses to bring energy, passion and a positive attitude to work each day. In this new environment, people are truly connected to their work, their colleagues, and their customers.
Exploring The Pyramid: Healthy Eating The Food Group Way gives you a way to sort though all the diet and weight loss information that bombards you every day. A registered dietitian will break down expert nutrition advice into customizable bite-size nuggets that can make a difference in your life.
The Administrative Professionals Day program is a way to refresh and recharge your life. It will be held Wednesday, April 27 from 8:15 a.m. to 3:30 pm at the Technology Drive Campus, and the program includes continental breakfast and catered lunch.
The fee for those who register by March 31 is $65 per person, or $60 per person for two or more employees from the same organization. Registration after March 31 is $79 per person. To register, contact: Jessica Lucas, Workforce Solutions Specialist, email@example.com or call 606.326.2238.