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Introduction to Microsoft Publisher

Location: CCECS Computer Lab - 891 Ululani Street

Microsoft Publisher is an easy to use desktop publishing tool that is included with Microsoft Office for Windows. Improve your communication effectiveness by producing your own in house marketing material while establishing a more professional image. In this workshop, learn to create simple business materials like brochures, business cards, newsletters, letterheads, posters, and more.

Tuition $55

Professional Development Tuition Waivers Available!

University Staff & Faculty

University of Hawaii employees may qualify for a 100% tuition waiver through the Chancellors Professional Development fund. Hurry only 3 seats are available per session! For more information: Call the CCECS at 974-7664 for more information.

Private Businesses

Private and non-government employees/businesses may qualify for a 50% tuition waiver through the state’s Employee Training Fund (ETF).
See link for details: labor.hawaii.gov/wdd/h ome/employers/etf/micro/

State Employees

State of Hawaii Employees* may qualify for a 100% tuition waiver through the State Department of Human Resources and Development training program. For more information please consult your department supervisor and review the registration process at: dhrd.hawaii.gov/blog/executive-branch-state-training-catalog-january-june-2015-is-posted/

*Department of Education, Judiciary, and Health Systems are exempt from this program.

Special Restrictions: Tuition $55

For more information, contact: ccecs@hawaii.edu 808-974-7664

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