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Professional training courses begin April 5

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The Delaware Tech Terry Campus Workforce Development and Community Education Division has slated professional development and personal enrichment programs for April — Excel training, web design for small business, outdoor photography and others.

The complete continuing education course catalog is available online at go.dtcc.edu/DoverNonCreditSchedule.

Some of the business courses include:

Microsoft Excel Basic 2013 (Tuesdays and Thursdays, April 5-14, 6-9 p.m.) Topics include entering and editing data and formulas, modifying and formatting worksheets, printing, and basic charts. (Cost: $209)

Customer Service: Beyond the Basics (Tuesday and Thursday, April 12 and 14, 6-9 p.m.) Equip yourself and your employees with practical skills and techniques to meet and exceed your customers’ expectations. (Cost: $199)

Web Design for Small Business (Monday and Wednesday, April 18 and 20, 6-9 p.m.) Your website is how customers view your business. Learn how to create one that will have a positive impact. (Cost: $195)

Better Outdoor Photos (April 16, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.) Learn how to produce a great outdoor photo with careful planning, good timing and additional helpful tips. (Cost: $29)

To register for these or any Terry Campus Workforce Development and Community Education programs, visit https://registration.xenegrade.com/dtccterry or call (302) 857-1400. Scholarships and other financial aid resources are available for: select courses; youth offerings; and military personnel, veterans and their families.

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