“Mastering Virtual Work” Course Available in Eight-Week Session

{mosimage} Virtual work is one of the fastest growing changes in the work modes of the 21st century. Lorain County Community College offers a course called “Mastering the Virtual Workplace,” which enables students and businesses to learn more about this important business trend.

Virtual work is one of the fastest growing changes in the work modes of the 21st century. Lorain County Community College offers a course called “Mastering the Virtual Workplace,” which enables students and businesses to learn more about this important business trend.

{mosimage}This course will give students a clear understanding of the significant changes that continue to occur in the workplace as a result of mobile technology, how these changes affect workplace performance, collaboration, efficiency, management, planning and culture. 

“Mastering Virtual Work” is being offered from 5:30-7:55 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday, in an eight-week session that runs from March 24 to May 20.  It is a three-credit hour course. It may be taken as a stand-alone course as an elective toward an LCCC degree, or in combination with other LCCC courses to earn a short-term certificate of completion. The course number is BADM194.

Students will learn the latest tools and techniques for the virtual office and also help in the establishment of a virtual office for those who plan to operate a home business.

This course is valuable for employers as well in learning how to establish a virtual work environment. Topics covered include management challenges, employee responsibilities and the traits of successful remote employees.

Topics to be covered in the course include:

  • Technology and the New Human Interaction Model
  • Technology-Induced Workplace Change
  • Transitioning the Traditional Organization to Mobility
  • Virtual Work:  A Manager’s Perspective
  • Establishing a Solid Remote Work Foundation
  • Creating and Managing a Highly Effective Mobile Work Environment
  • Mobility Enabled Change Management Processes
  • The Virtual Office Manager Model of Success
  • Virtual Work:  What It Takes to Be Successful
  • Maintaining Relationships and Credibility
  • Managing Your Time, Workload and Performance
  • Home Office Best Practices
  • Shared Workspace Essentials and the Virtual Worker Model of Success

 

Virtual Workplace Certificate of Completion

    
Students may earn a short-term Certificate of Completion by taking the following courses:

  • BADM 194 Mastering Virtual Work (three credit hours)
  • CISS 121 Microcomputer Applications I (three credit hours) 
  • PSYH 151 Introduction to Psychology (three credit hours) 
  • PSYH 273 Industrial/Organizational Psychology (three credit hours) 
  • BADM 261 Entrepreneurship (three credit hours)

 

Virtual Workplace Training for Businesses

    
Coursework for Mastering the Virtual Workplace is available also on a non-credit basis for businesses that are considering bringing virtual workplaces to their organizations. Coursework is provided in a condensed format, and is available on a contract-training basis through the Entrepreneurship Innovation Institute at Lorain County Community College.

For more information about the Virtual Workplace course or certificate program, call LCCC’s Business Division at (440) 366-7401 or visit www.lorainccc.edu/virtualwork.

“Mastering Virtual Work” Course Available in Eight-Week Session

{mosimage} Virtual work is one of the fastest growing changes in the work modes of the 21st century. Lorain County Community College offers a course called “Mastering the Virtual Workplace,” which enables students and businesses to learn more about this important business trend.

Virtual work is one of the fastest growing changes in the work modes of the 21st century. Lorain County Community College offers a course called “Mastering the Virtual Workplace,” which enables students and businesses to learn more about this important business trend.

{mosimage}This course will give students a clear understanding of the significant changes that continue to occur in the workplace as a result of mobile technology, how these changes affect workplace performance, collaboration, efficiency, management, planning and culture. 

“Mastering Virtual Work” is being offered from 5:30-7:55 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday, in an eight-week session that runs from March 24 to May 20.  It is a three-credit hour course. It may be taken as a stand-alone course as an elective toward an LCCC degree, or in combination with other LCCC courses to earn a short-term certificate of completion. The course number is BADM194.

Students will learn the latest tools and techniques for the virtual office and also help in the establishment of a virtual office for those who plan to operate a home business.

This course is valuable for employers as well in learning how to establish a virtual work environment. Topics covered include management challenges, employee responsibilities and the traits of successful remote employees.

Topics to be covered in the course include:

  • Technology and the New Human Interaction Model
  • Technology-Induced Workplace Change
  • Transitioning the Traditional Organization to Mobility
  • Virtual Work:  A Manager’s Perspective
  • Establishing a Solid Remote Work Foundation
  • Creating and Managing a Highly Effective Mobile Work Environment
  • Mobility Enabled Change Management Processes
  • The Virtual Office Manager Model of Success
  • Virtual Work:  What It Takes to Be Successful
  • Maintaining Relationships and Credibility
  • Managing Your Time, Workload and Performance
  • Home Office Best Practices
  • Shared Workspace Essentials and the Virtual Worker Model of Success

 

Virtual Workplace Certificate of Completion

    
Students may earn a short-term Certificate of Completion by taking the following courses:

  • BADM 194 Mastering Virtual Work (three credit hours)
  • CISS 121 Microcomputer Applications I (three credit hours) 
  • PSYH 151 Introduction to Psychology (three credit hours) 
  • PSYH 273 Industrial/Organizational Psychology (three credit hours) 
  • BADM 261 Entrepreneurship (three credit hours)

 

Virtual Workplace Training for Businesses

    
Coursework for Mastering the Virtual Workplace is available also on a non-credit basis for businesses that are considering bringing virtual workplaces to their organizations. Coursework is provided in a condensed format, and is available on a contract-training basis through the Entrepreneurship Innovation Institute at Lorain County Community College.

For more information about the Virtual Workplace course or certificate program, call LCCC’s Business Division at (440) 366-7401 or visit www.lorainccc.edu/virtualwork.

“Mastering Virtual Work” Course Available in Eight-Week Session

{mosimage} Virtual work is one of the fastest growing changes in the work modes of the 21st century. Lorain County Community College offers a course called “Mastering the Virtual Workplace,” which enables students and businesses to learn more about this important business trend.

Virtual work is one of the fastest growing changes in the work modes of the 21st century. Lorain County Community College offers a course called “Mastering the Virtual Workplace,” which enables students and businesses to learn more about this important business trend.

{mosimage}This course will give students a clear understanding of the significant changes that continue to occur in the workplace as a result of mobile technology, how these changes affect workplace performance, collaboration, efficiency, management, planning and culture. 

“Mastering Virtual Work” is being offered from 5:30-7:55 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday, in an eight-week session that runs from March 24 to May 20.  It is a three-credit hour course. It may be taken as a stand-alone course as an elective toward an LCCC degree, or in combination with other LCCC courses to earn a short-term certificate of completion. The course number is BADM194.

Students will learn the latest tools and techniques for the virtual office and also help in the establishment of a virtual office for those who plan to operate a home business.

This course is valuable for employers as well in learning how to establish a virtual work environment. Topics covered include management challenges, employee responsibilities and the traits of successful remote employees.

Topics to be covered in the course include:

  • Technology and the New Human Interaction Model
  • Technology-Induced Workplace Change
  • Transitioning the Traditional Organization to Mobility
  • Virtual Work:  A Manager’s Perspective
  • Establishing a Solid Remote Work Foundation
  • Creating and Managing a Highly Effective Mobile Work Environment
  • Mobility Enabled Change Management Processes
  • The Virtual Office Manager Model of Success
  • Virtual Work:  What It Takes to Be Successful
  • Maintaining Relationships and Credibility
  • Managing Your Time, Workload and Performance
  • Home Office Best Practices
  • Shared Workspace Essentials and the Virtual Worker Model of Success

 

Virtual Workplace Certificate of Completion

    
Students may earn a short-term Certificate of Completion by taking the following courses:

  • BADM 194 Mastering Virtual Work (three credit hours)
  • CISS 121 Microcomputer Applications I (three credit hours) 
  • PSYH 151 Introduction to Psychology (three credit hours) 
  • PSYH 273 Industrial/Organizational Psychology (three credit hours) 
  • BADM 261 Entrepreneurship (three credit hours)

 

Virtual Workplace Training for Businesses

    
Coursework for Mastering the Virtual Workplace is available also on a non-credit basis for businesses that are considering bringing virtual workplaces to their organizations. Coursework is provided in a condensed format, and is available on a contract-training basis through the Entrepreneurship Innovation Institute at Lorain County Community College.

For more information about the Virtual Workplace course or certificate program, call LCCC’s Business Division at (440) 366-7401 or visit www.lorainccc.edu/virtualwork.

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