Do you have the desire or need to better your management and people skills? If you answered yes to that question, then our new Management Basics Course may be a great fit for you!
The Management Basics course discusses common psychological theories pertaining to managing people, as well as the skills needed to be an effective manager in the modern business world. The course also provides managerial behaviors to avoid in the workplace to ensure success of a team and company. This course is ideal for managers of every level across a multitude of industries.
Interested in becoming an auctioneer? Then you’ll want to know what it takes to get your license to launch this new career. Only 37 states actually require auctioneer licensing. While they may have different state specific requirements, most have the same basic overall conditions. In some states, an apprenticeship may be needed before auctioneer licensing is granted.
Basic requirements include:
What Is A TABC Certificate?TABC stands for Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission. In its simplest form, a TABC certificate is the first step towards being able to sell alcoholic beverages in the state of Texas. Texas employs licensed third-party employees, who work with people seeking to obtain their TABC certificate. A few of the skills that you will be taught include:
Want to be among them? Dig in the following guide from the PM of Belitsoft Alexander Kosarev. He has put together a series of tips that will help you get into the right mindset and avoid rookie mistakes.
If once upon a time you woke up and saw your future in the Java World you would definitely use some help with the hardest part: the start. In this article, Baris Okuneu a Java team lead at Belitsoft left an early Christmas present of useful tips which will help avoid the pitfalls and raise the quality of your code to the next level.
In the state of Oklahoma, every commercial roofer must finish four hours of continuing education every three years to stay licensed. At Home Prep is pleased to offer a comprehensive course designed to help Oklahoma roofers keep their license with the education they need on a schedule and budget designed to work with them.
The deadline for Alabama HVAC technicians to complete their four required hours of annual continuing education is quickly approaching! It’s easy to get preoccupied when you work full time on top of all the other things life throws at you. But if you haven’t completed the hours you need, there’s no time to delay. If you don’t get in those four hours, you’re at risk of letting your license expire.