The School of Opportunity released their summer schedule and classes begin June 4, 2012 at the University of South Florida North Port campus. Cloud computing teaches students effective uses of cloud technology (with a focus on Google) and how it can be used to better manage their life and business. Online registration for cloud computing is available immediately at www.SchoolofOpportunity.com.
Courses are open to individuals looking to increase their skills and employees looking to improve company productivity. Morning, afternoon and evening classes are available for the current four-week Google Life 101 program. Tuition is only $79 for the eight-hour course. For more information on School of Opportunity curriculum please visit www.schoolofopportunity.com.
Each student will have use of a new Google Chromebook during class. Google Life 101 covers the basics most people ‘think’ they know: search, Gmail, chat, calendar, maps, and the Google Chrome web browser. Cloud technology will be introduced as it relates to all of the curriculum items. Used to increase a company’s employee productivity or an individual’s marketability, Google Life classes represent the type of curriculum being developed at the School of Opportunity – customized education for today’s market needs.
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