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Community Education Non-Credit Classes - Fall 2017
Small Business Development Ctr

 

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10 Steps to Launching a Successful Website
23605 05-OCT-2017 Th 06:00p-09:00p McClain, L DCA/312
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 59.00 Open
Launching a website can be overwhelming. This class will walk you through a 10-step action plan to create a website that’s built for your unique customer and profit-driven for your business. From detailed planning and impactful design, to features, functions, and budgeting, you’ll get a roadmap from conception to launch. This course will also show you how to integrate a website into your other marketing strategies, so you can work less while making a greater impact. -Laura McClain
Advanced Notary Topics Seminar
23497 01-NOV-2017 W 08:00a-01:00p Wrosch, Th 19/241
Building 19 -
4000 E 30th Avenue
Building 19
Eugene, OR 97405-0640
$ .00 Open
This advanced class covers such areas as employee notary issues, comparing signatures and ID, notary and elder abuse fraud, and journaling witnesses. Experienced notaries only, please register on-line at: http://notsem.sos.state.or.us/ - Heather Wilson
Basic Notary Seminar
23500 06-DEC-2017 W 08:00a-01:00p Wrosch, Th 19/241
Building 19 -
4000 E 30th Avenue
Building 19
Eugene, OR 97405-0640
$ .00 Open
Refresh your notary knowledge and get answers to your questions by attending a Secretary of State sponsored seminar for current and future notaries public. Topics include: what a notary is, responsibilities and liabilities, how to notarize, notary certificates, and maintaining the notary journal. Register on-line at: http://notsem.sos.state.or.us/ - Heather Wilson
Business Branding 101
23600 28-SEP-2017 Th 06:00p-08:00p McClain, L DCA/312
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 45.00 Open
Branding goes beyond your business graphics and logo. In this class you’ll learn the primary elements of a business brand and the key steps to developing an image, culture, and mission that are unique to your business. Learn how consistent, strategic brand management helps you stand out in your industry and create powerful, loyal connections with your customers. - Laura McClain
Buyer's Guide to Business & Franchise Ownership
23465 04-OCT-2017 W 03:00p-04:30p Nicol, Bla DCA/312
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Open
Did you know ...? •55% of all Americans want to be their own boss •37% of all households are involved in small business •Smaller companies were less affected by the recession than larger companies If you fall into the first group, “be your own boss,” discover if business/franchise ownership makes sense for you. We'll discuss: •Pros and cons of business ownership •Three entrepreneurial paths that can help you reach your personal, professional and financial goals •How to control your own career, income and calendar in business ownership •Opportunities to start a business with a turnkey approach •The option of running your own business, WHILE keeping your job options open Emily Anderson is the Director of Business Development and Franchise Specialist with FranNet. She facilitates educational workshops and seminars on the west coast, helping entrepreneurs discover if business and franchise ownership is a viable career path that will help them lead the lives they desire. FREE access to the B.E.S.T. (Business Evaluation & Suitability Test) provided to all who register.​
CCB Laws, Regulations and Business Practices
23368 06-OCT-2017 F 08:00a-01:00p STAFF DCA/303
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Open
Contractor Certification Preparation Course
23712 13-OCT-2017 F 09:00a-04:30p Hines, Dan DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Open
  14-OCT-2017 Sa 09:00a-04:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  14-OCT-2017 Sa 09:00a-04:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
23713 17-NOV-2017 F 09:00a-04:30p Hines, Dan DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Open
  18-NOV-2017 Sa 09:00a-04:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  18-NOV-2017 Sa 09:00a-04:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
This class focuses on completing the state curriculum necessary to take the Oregon Construction Contractor’s exam. Testing for the state exam is scheduled separately (additional fee required) and takes place on an alternate date. To register for class please contact Dan or Sue Hines at MoneyWise Co. at 1.888.458.0846 or dan@moneywiseco.com.
Creating and Marketing Your Digital Product
23609 26-OCT-2017 Th 06:00p-08:00p McClain, L DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 99.00 Open
  02-NOV-2017 Th 06:00p-08:00p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  02-NOV-2017 Th 06:00p-08:00p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  02-NOV-2017 Th 06:00p-08:00p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  02-NOV-2017 Th 06:00p-08:00p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  09-NOV-2017 Th 06:00p-08:00p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  09-NOV-2017 Th 06:00p-08:00p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  09-NOV-2017 Th 06:00p-08:00p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  09-NOV-2017 Th 06:00p-08:00p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
Are you ready to take your innovative ideas, expertise, teaching skills, writing, or creativity online with a digital product? Then start with this 3-part series. Digital products are quickly scalable, can reach larger markets, allow you to test new ideas, or even create a new niche for your existing business. Whether it’s an ebook, online course, video workshop, or design templates, you will learn which product matches your goals. You will also get a step-by-step guide to creating and marketing your product. And because it’s not enough to simply release your product in today’s competitive online market, you will also learn about building an audience, starting an email list, and generating the buzz you need to launch your digital product with momentum. -Laura McClain
Food & Beverage Business Management Program
23499 19-OCT-2017 Th 03:00p-05:00p Wong, Roge DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 99.00 Open
  16-NOV-2017 Th 03:00p-05:00p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  16-NOV-2017 Th 03:00p-05:00p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  20-DEC-2017 W 03:00p-05:00p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  20-DEC-2017 W 03:00p-05:00p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
This module has everything you need to know about operating a food and beverage small business. It covers business planning, food cost control and menu management. Learn how your business could run more efficiently by identifying priorities, focusing on your strengths and implementing solutions. - Roger Wong
Fundamentals of Business Bookkeeping
23492 26-OCT-2017 Th 10:00a-12:00p Penegor, S DCA/312
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 45.00 Open
Understand the difference between an asset and revenue. Learn about the different bookkeeping forms and why they are used. Can’t I just hire someone who knows this stuff? Get the answer to that question and more! - Suzanne Penegor
How to Create Ads & Social Media Graphics Using Canva
23606 12-OCT-2017 Th 06:00p-08:00p McClain, L DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 45.00 Open
Are you looking for an easy way to create online ads or social media posts without having to learn a complicated graphics program? Canva, a free online tool, could be the perfect solution to your in-house marketing needs. Learn how you can use Canva’s built-in fonts, stock photos, illustrations, and pre-sized templates to design everything from social media ads, covers, and posts to flyers, reports, and newsletters. You’ll also learn what makes good design and how it can help solidify your brand. - Laura McClain
Introduction to Business Plan Concepts
23496 13-OCT-2017 F 03:00p-05:00p Wong, Roge DCA/312
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 45.00 Open
Your business plan is the DNA of your business and the single most important tool for successfully starting and operating your business. It is necessary for bank financing and acts as your “road map.” Whether you are starting the planning process, stuck in the middle or just want to be sure you are headed in the right direction, this workshop will bring your business to life! - Roger Wong
Plan For Success
23741 27-OCT-2017 F 08:30a-04:30p Cutler, Ed DCA/312
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 159.00 Open
Every business is born with a common goal…Success! And, while many owner/entrepreneurs have a natural ability to build a plan for success, others are driven by a passion for their type of business but lack the ability to create a comprehensive and effective plan as a road map to the future. Workshop topics include: how to analyze the business environment and track business trends; how to conduct a competitive analysis; how to assess strengths and weaknesses of your business; and how to create strategic goals measured on expectations and outcomes that provide the framework for A Plan for Success. -Cutler
QuickBooks Software for Business-Concepts
23315 03-OCT-2017 to 21-NOV-2017 Tu 09:00a-12:00p Butler, Jo DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 359.00 Open
Learn how to use QuickBooks software to better manage your business in an interactive, hands-on environment. A USB flash drive will be provided. -Reilly
Ready, Set, Start Your Business
23489 05-OCT-2017 Th 10:00a-12:00p Penegor, S DCA/312
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 19.00 Open
23490 17-NOV-2017 F 05:00p-07:00p Penegor, S DCA/312
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 19.00 Open
23491 06-DEC-2017 W 03:00p-05:00p Penegor, S DCA/312
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 19.00 Open
Begin your business the right way! Cover the basics in two hours and decide if running a business is right for you. We recommend attending this class before scheduling your first advising appointment. - Suzanne Penegor
SBA Loan Briefing
23495 09-NOV-2017 Th 05:15p-06:45p Bossom, Sc DCA/312
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Open
Are you looking for funding to start or grow your small business? Learn your financing options from a Small Business Administration (SBA) loan specialist. - Scott Bossom
SBM Cont/pd (section 1)
23309 26-SEP-2017 to 05-DEC-2017 Tu 09:00a-12:00p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Open
SHRM CP/SCP Certification Preparation Course - Repeating Students
23505 02-OCT-2017 to 18-DEC-2017 M 03:00p-05:50p Carr, Denn 02/211
Building 2 -
4000 E 30th Avenue
Building 2
Eugene, OR 97405-0640
$ 162.00 Open
SHRM CP/SCP Certification Preparation Couse -Members
23504 02-OCT-2017 to 18-DEC-2017 M 03:00p-05:50p Carr, Denn 02/211
Building 2 -
4000 E 30th Avenue
Building 2
Eugene, OR 97405-0640
$ 1144.00 Open
This course combines instruction with the 2016 SHRM Learning System and is designed for business owners, managers and human resource professionals who are preparing for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP exam and want to gain a comprehensive review. A $50 late fee will be applied to registrations that are received after September 13, 2017 - Dennis Carr
Selling on Etsy - Getting Started
23508 27-SEP-2017 W 05:00p-07:00p Brabham, C DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 45.00 Open
Etsy is a worldwide online marketplace where you can sell your handmade, vintage, or craft supply products. With 25 million buys (as of May 2016) you can’t afford to not have a shop on Etsy. Even if you have your own website, Etsy is a great supplement to make additional sales, and drive more traffic to your site. This workshop will take you through the basics of setting up shop on Etsy as well as go through the process of creating successful listings. 5-7 pm, W, Sep 27, DCA 220 • Casie Brabham (2 hrs $45)
Small Business Management Program (Section 1/days) - Eugene
23265 26-SEP-2017 to 05-DEC-2017 Tu 09:30a-12:00p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 579.00 Full
SBM Year One - Foundations The SBM Year-one cohort meets for 15 classes over nine months during the year. Personalized one-one-one coaching, throughout the year, is also included. SBM Foundations consists of the following three modules: Marketing: This module delivers results. Learn to jump start your business through marketing. Create solid marketing ideas and a plan of action that will improve sales and grow your business. Financial: Lead your company to a successful financial future. Build knowledge and gain necessary skills to examine and understand business financials. Operations: Focus on core operations to create a successful enterprise. Develop a short-term plan to manage employee workflow and also learn to create future growth models for long-term planning. Explore the legalities of operating a business.
Small Business Management Program - Alumni (sect 1)
23300 18-OCT-2017 to 13-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 99.00 Full
SBM Alumni This ongoing education and support program embraces the whole lifelong learning notion that is the foundation of the Small Business Management (SBM) Program. Open to graduates of the three-year SBM program, Alumni members can drop into any current SBM cohort, get additional one-on-one business coaching, plus attend the Alumni-only “Lunch & Learn” meetings. This is the best way for SBM graduates to keep their skills fresh, their contacts growing and their business on the right path.
Small Business Management Program Year 1 (Section 2/day) - Eugene
23266 26-SEP-2017 to 05-DEC-2017 Tu 09:30a-12:00p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Full
SBM Year One - Foundations The SBM Year-one cohort meets for 15 classes over nine months during the year. Personalized one-one-one coaching, throughout the year, is also included. SBM Foundations consists of the following three modules: Marketing: This module delivers results. Learn to jump start your business through marketing. Create solid marketing ideas and a plan of action that will improve sales and grow your business. Financial: Lead your company to a successful financial future. Build knowledge and gain necessary skills to examine and understand business financials. Operations: Focus on core operations to create a successful enterprise. Develop a short-term plan to manage employee workflow and also learn to create future growth models for long-term planning. Explore the legalities of operating a business.
Small Business Management Program, Alumni (sect 2)
23301 18-OCT-2017 to 06-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Full
Small Business Management Program, Alumni - Plus 1 (section 1)
23302 11-OCT-2017 to 06-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 99.00 Full
Small Business Management Program, Alumni - Plus 1 (section 2)
23303 11-OCT-2017 to 06-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Open
SBM Alumni This ongoing education and support program embraces the whole lifelong learning notion that is the foundation of the Small Business Management (SBM) Program. Open to graduates of the three-year SBM program, Alumni members can drop into any current SBM cohort, get additional one-on-one business coaching, plus attend the Alumni-only “Lunch & Learn” meetings. This is the best way for SBM graduates to keep their skills fresh, their contacts growing and their business on the right path.
Small Business Management Program, Plus 1 (section 1)
23298 26-SEP-2017 to 05-DEC-2017 TuW 09:00a-12:00p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 199.00 Full
Small Business Management Program, Plus 1 (section 2)
23299 26-SEP-2017 to 05-DEC-2017 MTu 09:00a-12:00p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Full
Small Business Management Program, Year 1 (Section 1) Florence
23269 09-OCT-2017 to 04-DEC-2017 M 09:30a-12:30p Smith, Gar FLC/130
LCC @ Florence
3149 Oak Street
Florence, OR 97439
$ 579.00 Open
Small Business Management Program, Year 1 (Section 1/eves) - Eugene
23267 03-OCT-2017 to 05-DEC-2017 Tu 05:30p-08:30p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 579.00 Open
Small Business Management Program, Year 1 (Section 2/eves) -Eugene
23268 03-OCT-2017 to 05-DEC-2017 Tu 05:30p-08:30p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Open
Small Business Management Program, Year 1 (section 2) Florence
23270 09-OCT-2017 to 04-DEC-2017 M 09:30a-12:30p Smith, Gar FLC/130
LCC @ Florence
3149 Oak Street
Florence, OR 97439
$ .00 Open
SBM Year One - Foundations The SBM Year-one cohort meets for 15 classes over nine months during the year. Personalized one-one-one coaching, throughout the year, is also included. SBM Foundations consists of the following three modules: Marketing: This module delivers results. Learn to jump start your business through marketing. Create solid marketing ideas and a plan of action that will improve sales and grow your business. Financial: Lead your company to a successful financial future. Build knowledge and gain necessary skills to examine and understand business financials. Operations: Focus on core operations to create a successful enterprise. Develop a short-term plan to manage employee workflow and also learn to create future growth models for long-term planning. Explore the legalities of operating a business.
Small Business Management Program, Year 2 (Section 1) Eugene
23271 11-OCT-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 579.00 Full
  08-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  08-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  08-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  08-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  08-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  06-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  06-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  06-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  06-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  06-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
SBM Year Two – Systems Focus on growing your business through understanding, creating and implementing systems within your business. With solid systems and processes in place, owners can choose to work, but don’t have to. The year-two cohort meets for a series of 10 classes over a 10-month period. Class topics include: Strategic Planning; plan/do/check/act; introduction to “The E-myth”; project management 101; performance evaluations and development; financial statement strategies and ratios; CRM systems and solutions; systems thinking and process improvement; leadership and ethics; advertising and public relations; class customized topics.
Small Business Management Program, Year 2 (section 1) - Florence
23294 09-OCT-2017 to 04-DEC-2017 M 02:00p-05:00p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 579.00 Open
Small Business Management Program, Year 2 (section 2) - Eugene
23293 11-OCT-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Full
  08-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  08-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  08-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  08-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  08-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  06-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  06-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  06-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  06-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  06-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
Small Business Management Program, Year 2 (section 2) - Florence
23295 09-OCT-2017 to 04-DEC-2017 M 02:00p-05:00p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Open
SBM Year Two – Systems Focus on growing your business through understanding, creating and implementing systems within your business. With solid systems and processes in place, owners can choose to work, but don’t have to. The year-two cohort meets for a series of 10 classes over a 10-month period. Class topics include: Strategic Planning; plan/do/check/act; introduction to “The E-myth”; project management 101; performance evaluations and development; financial statement strategies and ratios; CRM systems and solutions; systems thinking and process improvement; leadership and ethics; advertising and public relations; class customized topics.
Small Business Management Program, Year 3 (section 1)
23296 18-OCT-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 579.00 Full
  15-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  15-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  15-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  15-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  15-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  13-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  13-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  13-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  13-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  13-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
Small Business Management Program, Year 3 (section 2)
23297 18-OCT-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Full
  15-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  15-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  15-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  15-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  15-NOV-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  13-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  13-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  13-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  13-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  13-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p   DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
SBM Year Three – Employee Management Year three is designed for business owners who have completed years one and two of the SBM Program. Business owners work on mastering earlier concepts, while using new material to fine-tune operations. Upon completion of year three, qualified business owners will receive a certificate of recognition. The year-three cohort meets for a series of 10 classes over a 10-month period. Class topics include: Personality profiles and management-disc assessment; facilitation and brainstorming; effective one-on-ones; effective feedback and coaching; employee reviews and development; interviewing and employee retention; employment law; job descriptions and delegation; leadership/ethics customized topics (based on class member interest).
Small Business Management Program, Year 3-Employee Management (Section 1 standalone)
23310 18-OCT-2017 to 13-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 999.00 Full
Skip SBM years 1 & 2 and attend Year 3, Employee Management for $999 SBM Year Three – Employee Management Year three is designed for business owners who have completed years one and two of the SBM Program. Business owners work on mastering earlier concepts, while using new material to fine-tune operations. Upon completion of year three, qualified business owners will receive a certificate of recognition. The year-three cohort meets for a series of 10 classes over a 10-month period. Class topics include: Personality profiles and management-disc assessment; facilitation and brainstorming; effective one-on-ones; effective feedback and coaching; employee reviews and development; interviewing and employee retention; employment law; job descriptions and delegation; leadership/ethics customized topics (based on class member interest).
Small Business Management Program, Years 1, 2 & 3 (section 1)
23306 26-SEP-2017 to 05-DEC-2017 Tu 09:00a-12:00p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 1499.00 Full
Register for all three years and save $238 SBM Year One - Foundations The SBM Year-one cohort meets for 15 classes over nine months during the year. Personalized one-one-one coaching, throughout the year, is also included. SBM Foundations consists of the following three modules: Marketing: This module delivers results. Learn to jump start your business through marketing. Create solid marketing ideas and a plan of action that will improve sales and grow your business. Financial: Lead your company to a successful financial future. Build knowledge and gain necessary skills to examine and understand business financials. Operations: Focus on core operations to create a successful enterprise. Develop a short-term plan to manage employee workflow and also learn to create future growth models for long-term planning. Explore the legalities of operating a business. SBM Year Two – Systems Focus on growing your business through understanding, creating and implementing systems within your business. With solid systems and processes in place, owners can choose to work, but don’t have to. The year-two cohort meets for a series of 10 classes over a 10-month period. Class topics include: Strategic Planning; plan/do/check/act; introduction to “The E-myth”; project management 101; performance evaluations and development; financial statement strategies and ratios; CRM systems and solutions; systems thinking and process improvement; leadership and ethics; advertising and public relations; class customized topics. SBM Year Three – Employee Management Year three is designed for business owners who have completed years one and two of the SBM Program. Business owners work on mastering earlier concepts, while using new material to fine-tune operations. Upon completion of year three, qualified business owners will receive a certificate of recognition. The year-three cohort meets for a series of 10 classes over a 10-month period. Class topics include: Personality profiles and management-dis
Small Business Management Program, Years 2 & 3 (section 1)
23304 11-OCT-2017 to 13-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 979.00 Full
Register for both Years 2 & 3 and save $180 SBM Year Two – Systems Focus on growing your business through understanding, creating and implementing systems within your business. With solid systems and processes in place, owners can choose to work, but don’t have to. The year-two cohort meets for a series of 10 classes over a 10-month period. Class topics include: Strategic Planning; plan/do/check/act; introduction to “The E-myth”; project management 101; performance evaluations and development; financial statement strategies and ratios; CRM systems and solutions; systems thinking and process improvement; leadership and ethics; advertising and public relations; class customized topics. SBM Year Three – Employee Management Year three is designed for business owners who have completed years one and two of the SBM Program. Business owners work on mastering earlier concepts, while using new material to fine-tune operations. Upon completion of year three, qualified business owners will receive a certificate of recognition. The year-three cohort meets for a series of 10 classes over a 10-month period. Class topics include: Personality profiles and management-disc assessment; facilitation and brainstorming; effective one-on-ones; effective feedback and coaching; employee reviews and development; interviewing and employee retention; employment law; job descriptions and delegation; leadership/ethics customized topics (based on class member interest).
Small Business Management Program, Years 2 & 3 (section 2)
23305 11-OCT-2017 to 13-DEC-2017 W 05:30p-08:30p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Full
Small Business Management Program, Yrs 1, 2 & 3 (section 2)
23308 26-SEP-2017 to 05-DEC-2017 Tu 09:00a-12:00p Smith, Gar DCA/316
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Full
Successful Supervision
23597 03-OCT-2017 to 14-NOV-2017 Tu 08:30a-12:00p Munro, Mor DCA/107
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 499.00 Open
23598 03-OCT-2017 to 14-NOV-2017 Tu 08:30a-12:00p Munro, Mor DCA/107
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ .00 Open
Good bosses are people who have learned how to communicate effectively, manage projects and resolve conflicts. Participants will leave every session with tangible, practical skills they can immediately apply at work. Course topics are grouped into three categories: self, staff and project management and include three hours of one-on-one coaching. -Morgan Munro
YouTube Video Marketing - Made Simple
23507 01-NOV-2017 W 05:00p-07:00p Brabham, C DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 99.00 Open
  08-NOV-2017 W 05:00p-07:00p   DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  08-NOV-2017 W 05:00p-07:00p   DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  08-NOV-2017 W 05:00p-07:00p   DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  15-NOV-2017 W 05:00p-07:00p   DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  15-NOV-2017 W 05:00p-07:00p   DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  15-NOV-2017 W 05:00p-07:00p   DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
YouTube is the #2 largest social media website behind Facebook. If your marketing plan does not include YouTube, you are missing out on a potentially huge market for your product. Start today and take our tree-part YouTube video marketing series to learn how to make simple, yet polished and effective, videos in a short amount of time. Series includes starting your YouTube channel, learning to shoot and edit videos in YouTube video editor, as well as learning everything needed to successfully market your business with videos. Only equipment needed is a smart phone. 5-7 pm, W, Nov 1-Nov 15, DCA 220 • Casie Brabham (6 hrs $99)
Your Business Plan Accelerator
23314 26-SEP-2017 Tu 03:00p-05:30p Wong, Roge DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
$ 175.00 Open
  10-OCT-2017 Tu 03:00p-05:30p   DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  10-OCT-2017 Tu 03:00p-05:30p   DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  24-OCT-2017 Tu 03:00p-05:30p   DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  24-OCT-2017 Tu 03:00p-05:30p   DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  07-NOV-2017 Tu 03:00p-05:30p   DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
  07-NOV-2017 Tu 03:00p-05:30p   DCA/220
Downtown Campus Academic
101 W 10th Street
Eugene, OR 97401
   
Committing your idea to paper in the form of a business plan not only increases your chances of obtaining financing, but keeps your business strategically focused. Instructor and peer support will guide you through all the components of completing a business plan in just 10 weeks. -Wong

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