WILSON, N.C. — September 22 — To further support leadership development among students on campus and within the community, Barton College is pleased to serve as an eastern North Carolina host site for Dale Carnegie Training beginning fall 2016.
The Skills for Success course for fall 2016 will be offered on Monday evenings from October 3 – November 21. Classes will be held on the Barton College campus in Hines Hall, Room 205, from 4 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., and will be led by instructor John Foust. The cost of the course is $1,695. To register for the course, visit the Dale Carnegie online site at http://www.dalecarnegie.com/events/dale_carnegie_course/?country=US&state=NC&city=Wilson
Dale Carnegie is recognized as an international leader in helping people gain the communication, leadership and human relations skills they need for their work. They have eight million graduates worldwide…including thousands of students in North Carolina. The training is based on instruction and measurable improvement in five areas: (1) Leadership, (2) Communication, (3) People Skills, (4) Self-Confidence, and (5) Reducing stress and improving attitudes. Students in this program will establish objectives in the beginning, then apply program principles as they are taught.
Visit Barton’s Continuing Education Program site online at www.barton.edu/continuing-education for additional information and to register for continuing education courses, or contact Lorraine Raper, director of online and continuing education, at 252-399-6505 firstname.lastname@example.org. The Office of Online and Continuing Education is located on the first floor of the Willis N. Hackney Library on the Barton College campus. These non-credit-bearing courses are offered each semester and address interests such as skill upgrades and training, cultural advancement, or personal creative development.