About Staff Development
Aligned with the strategic goals and directions of the College, the Staff Development office provides a wide variety of learning opportunities for all George Brown College employees, designed to increase current skill sets and to provide opportunities for growth and future development.
The Staff Development office at George Brown works collaboratively with College departments and external partners in developing new and innovative programs designed to facilitate the growth of the College employees and ultimately contributing to the education of our students.
What’s Happening in Organizational and Staff Development?
Organizational and Staff Development is launching the Microsoft Office 2010 Certification Program this fall. Upon completion of these workshops each participant will be qualified to write the Microsoft certification exam. A Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification helps validate proficiency in using Microsoft Office 2010. Candidates who pass a certification exam show that they can meet globally recognized performance standards.
These courses have been designed to cover all the topics that the certification exam will be measuring. Resources include a comprehensive manual, in-class and take away practice exercises, quick reference card, assessments and practice exams – all of which mirror the content you will be tested on during the certification exam. The course has been re-designed to ensure participants have sufficient class time to practice the material to assist in long term retention of the content.
Please see the information provided below in regards to the NEW Microsoft Office 2010 Certification Programs being offered! Please contact Geetha Rahupathy at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext 4661.