This course is aimed at developing an understanding of the terminology of basic corporate figures (balance sheet, profit and loss statement, etc.) and the operational meaning of costs as required for functioning as a businessperson.
Participants will learn how to write journals, reports, and minutes appropriate for real-life business settings. This course caters to a broad range of participants, including prospective employees, new employees, and those seeking to improve their writing skills.
The content of this course features a storyline in which a senior employee mentors two prospective employees on logical thinking, communication skills required of businesspersons, and the functions of an enterprise.
This e-learning course was developed as an employee safe driving course for employers with limited time available for group training or those lacking know-how in running training sessions.
Participants will learn appropriate greetings and how to speak in business settings, how to write business documents and e-mails, telephone reception, dress codes, relationships with supervisors and senior personnel, and other matters of etiquette required of businesspersons.
This entry-level course on elderly care caters to a variety of needs, including on-the-job training for new staff, knowledge refreshment for professional caregivers, and guidance for family members who provide in-home care.