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Plattsburgh State Presents American Management Association Courses

Plattsburgh State University of New York, in conjunction with the American Management Association (AMA), will present the following four courses this fall:

1. A Manager's Guide to Human Behavior - Learn how to inspire employees to higher performance, maximize positive impact on others, develop more productive working relationships, establish rapport and mutual trust, give and receive performance feedback, and understand people's needs.  (Management Course)

            Wednesdays                5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
            Sept. 3 - Oct. 8*          Instructor: Ona Belser
            *No class Sept. 10

2. The Fundamentals of Human Resources -  A comprehensive guide to the productive management of human resources.  It will enable you to develop an effective human resources plan for your company or organization based on your specific needs. (Human Resources course)

            Tuesdays                     5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
            Sept. 23 - Oct. 21         Instructor: Larry Mills

3. Successful Project Management will help you master the skills and techniques you need to bring projects in on schedule and under budget.  You will also develop skills to manage projects using planning, tracking, monitoring and control techniques.  (Management and Marketing course)

            Wednesdays                 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
            Oct. 22 - Nov. 19           Instructor: Robert Dickie

4. How to Sharpen Your Business Writing Skills will help you employ techniques to research, draft, compose and edit professional documents, update your writing skills to excel in today's e-writing environment, provide special strategies to speed online research and much more.  (Management and Marketing course)

            Mondays                        5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
            Oct. 17 - Dec. 15            Instructor: Michael Schwartz


Each AMA course costs only $189, and you can earn an AMA Certificate in Management, Marketing, or Human Resources by taking six courses.  Call the Center for Lifelong Learning at 518-564-2050 to register. 

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