Microsoft Excel has become the industry standard program for data management in businesses of all sizes and across all industries. The adoption of Excel in the workplace knows no bounds, as science and engineering professionals use Excel to calculate statistical formulas and graphs; business and sales professionals use the program to develop invoice and revenue reports; administrative professionals use Excel to track expense reports, payroll, and contact lists; and accountants use it to calculate budgets, forecasts, and financial results.
Emergency managers are in high demand. Climate change has increased the rate of forest fires, hurricanes, flooding, tornadoes, and other natural disasters. Domestic and international terrorism are growing threats. The public, private, and nonprofit sectors are facing escalating pressures from the public and the government to prevent emergencies. These agencies are increasingly developing and investing in emergency management programs to mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters.
Technology is not only changing the way we communicate; it is changing the way we learn. Whether you are working towards earning a degree or seeking professional development opportunities, taking online classes are a convenient and economical way to expand your skill set and pave the way for a long and successful career. Here are some reasons why online learning could be right for you.
Yesterday, my three-year-old daughter didn’t know how to draw a tree. But today, she does. Yesterday, my 15-year old nephew didn’t know how to simplify an algebraic expression. But today - thanks to his high school math teacher - he does.
We all begin learning the moment we are born.