How to Prepare for Exams

Most people don’t like taking exams and it can be a real problem for some. Approximately 1 in 5 Americans suffer from test anxiety. The problem can be especially acute if you’ve been out of school for a while. The good news is that while we can’t make tests fun, there are ways to help

What to Expect As a Legal Assistant

  Legal assistants help attorneys do their jobs. It’s a challenging position and every day can be different. You might be in court one day, and the next day sorting evidence or preparing a bill for a client. There is a broad scope of duties to be performed by legal assistants and tasks vary depending

Meet Nicole…

In August 2014, Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers began offering the Computer Applications Technology, Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree with concentrations in Medical Office and Business. We would like to introduce you to our first graduate, Nicole A., who graduated and earned her degree with the Medical Office track. Prior to completing her degree, Nicole

Top Traits of a Successful Leader

If you ask five people about the qualities of a successful leader, you’ll probably get five different answers. And it’s likely that the responses will be vague. You’ll hear words like “charisma” and “character,” qualities that make sense but don’t have an obvious connection to leadership. Defining the traits of a successful leader is important.

What Does It Take to Be a Successful Administrative Assistant?

It’s amazing that in this day and age some people still think that being an administrative assistant is an easy way to make a living. But the fact is that while it can be really rewarding work, it’s not an easy job—it’s a challenging career. If you’re thinking about becoming an administrative assistant, it’s easy

2nd Annual South Dade Farm Share Food Distribution

Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers partnered with Hope for Miami for its 2nd Annual South Dade Farm Share Food Distribution. The event took place on Saturday, June 27, 2015 at Goulds Park in South Miami Dade. Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers employees volunteered their time to distribute free food to the South Miami-Dade community.

Stephanie’s Life Changing Testimonial

  I always wanted to work in the medical field but without the actual medical part like needles! So when I saw the ad in the newspaper it instantly caught my attention. I referred my fiance because we have a 2 month old baby girl and we need to improve ourselves for the sake of

Farm Share

Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers partnered with Hope for Miami for its 2nd Annual South Dade Farm Share Food Distribution. The event took place on Saturday, June 27, 2015 at Goulds Park in South Miami Dade. Over 12 Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers employees volunteered their time to distribute free food to the South Miami-Dade

Having a Positive Attitude at Work

Fun fact: Nobody likes to work with a downer. Having a lousy attitude at work is going to hurt you no matter how well you do your job. That’s why it’s so important to cultivate positivity—you’ll have a much better shot at getting a job or getting ahead at the one you already have. Here’s

When English Isn’t Your First Language

Children are little sponges, soaking up new words, but most adults have a hard time learning a new language. There is a bright side. First of all, if you’re learning English, you’re not alone: there are millions of English language learners in the U.S. right now and a significant proportion of them are adults. Second,

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