|For Immediate Release
February 12, 2001
For More Information Contact:
Office of Marketing and Communications
IU Northwest Offers Variety in Adult Education
Education is Power is the theme of Indiana University Northwest's non-credit Adult Education classes throughout the spring, with courses designed to build business and career skills, as well as internal growth. From now until June individuals may choose from a variety of courses that include:
Career Development: Accounting Basics, The Art of Clowning, Early Childhood Education, Indiana Accredited Horticulturist, Legal Procedures, Medical Terminology, Payroll Records, Substitute Teaching, Understanding Health Insurance Billing, Unit Secretary, and Voice-Overs and Income.
Personal Development: The Basics of Self-Publishing, Cash Flow, Ceramics, Design Your Own Landscape, Divorce- Know Your Rights, Fashion Design 1, Feng Shui, Investing on the Internet, Native Uses of Herbs, Relaxation Techniques, Languages, French, Greek, and Japanese.
Computer Courses: Computer concepts, Intro to the PC, Intro to
Windows 98, Word 1, Excel 1, Design a Web Page, Power Point, Access, PC
Maintenance and Management, Quicken 2000, and Quick Books Pro 2000.
Business Development: Writing Grant Proposals and Fundraising
For more information on IU Northwest's Adult Education non-credit classes
or for a copy of the Spring 2001 Adult Education Course Guide, contact
the Division of Continuing Studies at 219-980-6806, 1-800-437-5409, ext.
6806, or email@example.com
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