Learn how you can guide a project and team members successfully using effective project management tools. Gain experience using a practical approach to project management that can be applied immediately to your workplace. In this accelerated class, you can fast track yourself to completion in two quarters.
This Accelerated Project Management class is designed to address the specific challenges that often get in the way of delivering projects and following through on commitments. The core curriculum brings to life the latest Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) guidelines, and revisions, developed and taught by credentialed project management professionals.
Step up the pace and complete your program more quickly with an accelerated format. Move through the program’s full curriculum in a condensed time frame, attending more class hours each week, for fewer weeks overall.
"According to PMI’s 2021 Talent Gap report, 2.3 million new project management employees will be needed each year to meet global talent demands by 2030." --- PMI 2022 Job Report
Number of Sessions: 8Format: OnlineSchedule: Tuesday, 12:00PM - 1:00PM
The world of grant seeking is becoming more competitive. Gain the skills to become a successful grant writer either as the head of an organization, program manager, or as a fund developer. Learn a series of key skills related to project design, development and persuasive writing.
Discover where to find grant opportunities, how to write grant reports, and how to build relationships with grantmakers so that you have all the information you need to get funding for something you care deeply about. Explore the ethics involved in writing proposals and reports, and receiving funds.
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This online class includes 18 lessons with videos, text, writing assignments, and quizzes, plus an hour weekly meeting for group discussion. It is usually taught as a college-level course with 16 hours of instruction plus additional writing time outside of class. However, as an online class, you can do the class at your own pace. You will receive one-on-one personalized feedback on your writing and grant strategy - a huge asset of this class that sets it apart from others.
In order to achieve the certificate, you will need to complete a grant proposal within the eight weeks, following the course curriculum. Your instructor, Allison Shirk, has more than 20 years of experience writing grants. She will guide you through this process step by step.
Meet weekly via Zoom for discussions, and use course communication systems for written assignments and online group interaction. Students must create an account in the online course. Google Drive is utilized for peer review of writing assignments.
Interested in this field but would like to know more? Come to a free online information session. Ask questions and meet the instructor!
Number of Sessions: 8Online - Tuesday 6:00PM - 7:00PM
No class on 11/24Number of Sessions: 10Format: OnlineSchedule: Thursday, 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Would you like to create interactive, real-time 3D experiences? You can develop your own games or apps in extended reality, which offers unlimited possibilities for use in science, technology, education, entertainment, and beyond. Develop skills to become a creator in this exciting new field, and help shape the future or the technology while it’s still in its early stages.
This introductory class is the first of three classes in the Unity User: Programmer Certificate course, part of Seattle Colleges' Extended Reality micropathway. Learn about developing applications using C#, to get started in this field. This is a hands-on online class.
The content of this class will be focused around three areas:
Learn how to manage source code, build, deploy and integrate the software stacks that support C#applications. At the end of the class, you will have a foundation in the tools and processes required of the modern developer.
This class will address the following topics:
Anyone (18 years old or older) who would like to: