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Structural Unemployment…the big buzz word in economic circles these days. What is it? Structural unemployment refers to the fact that there are lots of jobs that remaining unfilled because the applicants do not have the job skills to fill them.

Ask yourself this….am I completely proficient in all the MS-Office applications? Do I know Office 2007 or 2010? How are my Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access skills? Do I know anything at all bout the Adobe Creative Suite? Fudging your way through email/word processing or FaceBook is not going to land you a better job.
If your answer is I know a little to nothing about Excel/Access/PowerPoint or what is Adobe CS then you may be a victim of structural employment.

The ACTS Learning Center in Florence KY is a wonderful learning environment. We have classes in all the current MS technologies as well as Adobe CS4/CS5 and QuickBooks. Our pricing model is very competitive and we offer an unlimited guarantee. You can come back and retake any class as many times as you need. (Based on availability and empty seats but we always will do our best to accommodate you).

Before you spend good money for training seminars please take a moment to see what we can offer you. All of our classes are hands-on instructor led. You are in a class room with an instructor that you can directly interact with. Did you know that one of the training centers listed on every Google search uses telephone conferences for the instructor and you are stuck in a small room alone with people from all over the country? Your instructor can not see your computer and must communicate with you on the phone line. This is no way to learn software programs.
Training Programs:
Word
Excel
Access
PowerPoint
Outlook
SharePoint Designer
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe InDesign
Adobe Illustrator
Adobe Flash
Adobe Acrobat
QuickBooks Pro

Details and pricing information (we offer significant discounts) are available on-line at: kyacts.org

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