Professional Development has several new Certificate programs coming this Fall.

Lean Enterprise Systems

In the competitive business world we live in, organizations have found themselves in difficult situations that lead to making difficult decisions. The concept of Lean has emerged as a feasible solution to transform organizations, gaining competitiveness by the wise use of available resources. Here, in the Industrial & Information Engineering (I&IE) department at The University of Tennessee, we have helped companies within this renovation process by applying the right tools for the right processes and helping them to develop a sustainable culture. From that experience, we have developed a course, focusing on the development of comprehensive experience in the Lean methodology and its application. All courses are taught at the UT Conference Center, downtown Knoxville.

 

Cultural Diversity Certificate

The Cultural Diversity Certificate program is designed to develop professional perspectives on how cultural diversity relates to us, our society and our community. This program will help you develop awareness, knowledge and skills with which to determine the similarities and differences of various cultures. It will also guide you in exploring ways and means for cross-ethnic and cross-cultural interaction in the workplace. A UT Cultural Diversity Certificate is awarded upon completion of six courses taken from Fall, Winter, Spring or Summer terms. All courses are taught at the UT Conference Center, downtown Knoxville. CEUs provided on request. Courses apply toward HR128 training for UT employees.

 

Leadership Development Certificate 

The Leadership development Certificate program is designed to challenge you to expand your ability for creative thinking and innovative problem solving. Through leadership competencies that combine theory with applied learning you’ll improve your team leading capabilities, ability to influence and forge alliances. A UT Leadership Development Certificate is awarded upon completion of six courses taken from Fall, Winter, Spring or Summer terms. All courses are taught at the UT Conference Center, downtown Knoxville. CEUs provided on request. Courses apply toward HR128 training for UT employees.

 

Computer Forensics

This 90-hour 12-week live online Computer forensics Examiner course provides computer professionals with the training needed to begin performing computer forensics. You should minimally possess an A+ or comparable expertise for this mid-level computer science course. You will receive instruction and laboratory experience in forensics analysis, evidence acquisition and handling and technical report composition, as well as courtroom legal issues and testimony. Laboratory instruction, including Access Data’s forensic Toolkit and X-Ways’ WinHex, is directed toward successful completion of a realistic comprehensive case exercise.

 

Look for registration to open in August for these and many other Professional Development classes.

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