Continuing education courses create pandemic opportunities
January 3, 2021
LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) — Michelle Morris wanted to expand her expertise after several years working in human resources.
She found a continuing education program — a non-credit training course — that would prepare her to take the certification exam after meeting one night a week for six weeks at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
That was in February. The small class of HR professionals met twice in person before COVID-19 caused major disruptions to just about everything, including Morris's new class.
The class moved online, with Zoom instead of the classroom. She was disappointed...