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Information Technology Courses

CISCO Training

CISCO Local Academy Instructor Training: 3

Cisco Local Academy Instructor training in teaching switching basics and intermediate routing: Cisco Semester 3. Designed for Cisco instructors teaching in a Cisco Networking Academy.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Cisco Local Academy Instructor Training: 4

Cisco Local Academy Instructor training in teaching Wide Area Technologies (WAN): Cisco Semester 4; designed for Cisco instructors teaching in a Cisco Networking Academy.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Cisco Certified Networking Associate

Cisco Local Academy Instructor training in teaching Wide Area Technologies (WAN): Cisco Semester 4; designed for Cisco instructors teaching in a Cisco Networking Academy.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Miscrosoft Courses

MS Project 2007

Use of project management software for developing a project plan including timelines, milestones, scheduling, life cycle phases, management frameworks, skills, processes, and tools.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

What's New? MS Windows Vista

An overview of MS Windows Vista. Includes the upgrades and explore the new features of Window Vista.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Microsoft Office Software Applications

This certificate is designed to give the student a working knowledge of the software applications that make up the Microsoft office suite.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Excel Introduction

Instruction in terminology, machine use, program parameters, display characteristics, formatting features, mathematical functions, and printing.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Microsoft Excel, Intermediate

Instruction in moving and copying, cell contents; sorting mathematical, statistical, and financial functions; date and time arithmetic; report generation; and built-in graphics support.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Working Smart with MS Outlook

An introduction to e-mail and calendaring software as a desktop information management tool. Integrates a proven business process with using MS Outlook.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Introduction to PowerPoint

Introduction to computerized presentation graphics that leads the participant through planning, design, and production of business graphics and charts. Presentation files are produced utilizing multimedia software.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

PowerPoint Level 2

Create and modify multimedia presentations complete with slides, charts, and special effects.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Microsoft Excel, Intermediate

Instruction in moving and copying, cell contents; sorting mathematical, statistical, and financial functions; date and time arithmetic; report generation; and built-in graphics support.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Access Level I

Instruction in program parameters, data dictionary, optional field characteristics, calculation, constant default values, designing data entry forms, database organization, and report generation.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Spreadsheet-Present Software Integration

Computer applications and knowledge necessary to perform specific operations in a particular occupational setting. Focus on integrating data from an Excel spreadsheet into PowerPoint presentations. Prerequisite: Intermediate Excel and PowerPoint courses,

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Advanced Integrated Productivity Program

Advanced concepts in integrated software; macro capabilities; sharing data among word processor, database, spreadsheet, graphic, and communication components; and customized and security features.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

MS Excel Advanced

Advanced concepts in electronic spreadsheets. Topics address macro programming features, database functions, merging/linking spreadsheets, data file transfer, and Boolean functions. Prerequisites: Intro Spreadsheets, Intermediate Spreadsheets.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Adobe Software Courses

Adobe Acrobat 8

Compose online forms and insert pages using Acrobat Adobe 8.0. Utilize the advanced features of the software package.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Adobe Acrobat

Compose online forms and insert pages using Acrobat Adobe. Utilize advanced features of the package.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Technician Training Courses

Amphion Maintenance

Describes how the overall system functions and all major parts. Networking as applied to requirements of this system will be explained. Covers Profibus DP and Ethernet networks. Remote I/O as it pertains to DAQ controller will also be discussed. Includes Single board Controller operation and diagnostics. Systems screen displays will be analyzed for information pertaining to maintenance and troubleshooting.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

A+ Certification Training

A study of current personal computer hardware including personal computer assembly and upgrading, setup and configuration, and troubleshooting. The A+ Certification Training Program prepares individuals for a career as a computer technician in the information technology industry. This course covers the various responsibilities and tasks required for a computer technician to successfully perform in a customer environment.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Computer Support Technician

Computer support technicians provide technical support and advice to customers and other users. As a support specialist, you work either within a company that uses computer systems or directly for a computer hardware or software vendor. Increasingly, specialists work for help-desk or support services firms, for which they provide computer support to clients on a contract basis.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Oracle DBA

Oracle continues to be one of the most popular relational database management system (RDBMS) software programs in the IT industry today. It can be found on every version of UNIX, most versions of Windows, and a variety of other platforms.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Web Designer / Developer Courses

Web Designer

In one easy semester this program allows you to creatively design a professional website for small and large business or to take control of your own web future and develop a personal website. In this program, you will learn how and when to use the tools required to take a concept and turn that into a visual prototype.  In addition to the tools, you will learn the processes and best practices of this field giving you the confidence to work independently or as a member of a design team.  Expand your artistic styles to understand how the web site functions and collaborate with web developers. Program includes HTML I, Photoshop for Web I, HTML II and Photoshop for Web II.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Web Developer

In one year this program allows you to not only design a website, but to develop the custom functionality that makes a website unique and gives it true value. First, you will develop a strong knowledge of HTML5, CSS3, and WordPress.  Then, discovering how to leverage PHP, MySQL and jQuery to enhance and extend website functionality.  Trained as a web developer, you will understand what makes a website effective and responsive across multiple platforms and will learn how to understand SEO and analytics to expand the "reach" of a website.  In addition, the web developer certificate provides an advanced skill set to design, manipulate and customize images for optimal web use while partnering with web designers. Program includes HTML I, Photoshop for Web I, HTML II and Photoshop for Web II (Built in Designer program) WordPress I, Extending WordPress II, Designing Effective Websites & SEO: Tracking and Analytics.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Train the Trainer Courses

Train the Trainer (16 Hour Course)

This 16-hour program is designed for best operators in the organization who must now transfer their skills to new learners, either in a one-on-one setting or in a group setting. Participants will learn to plan out and provide training sessions so that learners are moved to a level of optimum productivity as quickly as possible.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

Train the Trainer (8 Hour Course)

This 8-hour program is designed for best operators in the organization who must now transfer their skills to new learners, either in a one-on-one setting or in a group setting. Participants will learn to plan out and provide training sessions so those learners are moved to a level of optimum productivity as quickly as possible.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

IT Essentials I Train the Trainer

An introduction to information technology and data communication. Includes topics on personal computer hardware and software and basic networking concepts.

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

IT Essentials II Train the Trainer

Overview of network operating systems. Specifically covers the Linux Red Had Network operating system. Emphasizes the Linux operating system, the K Desktop Environment (KDE), and GNU Network Object Model (GNOME).

For more information about this course, call 281.296.7827 or e-mail CorporateCollege@lonestar.edu.

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