Managing Consumer Challenges With Innovative Technology
Each one of the tabs on our menu, are programs our nonprofit volunteers have worked on, over the years. The organization expectation for 2020, is to launch what we are doing instead of continuing to find out about, what we are doing. Come and Join Us!
The African American Small Business Journal is returning very soon. Stay tune!
The Atlanta Small Business Training Consortium, Inc. is a nonprofit
501 ( c ) (3) organization, supporting small business owners with management strategies and networking opportunities, while training, within special events
CONTINUING EDUCATION (CE) PROVIDER BOARD APPROVED FOR 2020-2021 GEORGIA STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY AND BARBERS
Jan 1, 2020 to Dec 31, 2021
5 CE Hrs Needed.
C2021-110-01 – Georgia TCSG
Health &Safety 3 HRS
C2021-110-02 – Business Writing 2 HRS
C2021-110-03 – Connecting The Hair Care Salon To The Community 2 HRS
C2021-110-04 – Ethical Business Organization 2 HRS
C2021-110-05 – Knowing Your Tax Personality 2 HRS
C2021-110-06 – Record Retention and the Customer Database 2 HRS
C2021-110-07 – Risk Management 2 HRS
C2021-110-08 – Scarce Resource Marketing 2 HRS
C2021-110-09 – Seminar In Starting A Business 2 HRS
C2021-110-10 – Computers In The Management Of Your Business 2 HRS
C2021-110-11 – Accounting and Business Financing 2 HRS
C2021-110-12 – Creating A Helpful Lesson Plan 2 HRS
Systematically Establishing Facts to Gain
African culture understands the tree of life and acknowledges the Baobob tree, as such. Perhaps, as Black Americans we can acknowledge any tree we use for the holidays, as our tree of life and our spirit for life and families. It is time to change the narrative.