MGTC Gauges Public Interest in Personal Organization Course
Warner Robins - To accommodate the needs of local businesses and the community at large, Middle Georgia Technical College would like to measure whether individuals would be interested in taking a course in personal organization.
Titled 'Getting Organized,' the course would be taught by Andi Willis, personal organizer and owner of Good Life Organizing in Perry, GA. Willis is the active vice president of the Georgia chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers.
'This course introduces students to the wonderful world of de-cluttering. Students will develop strategies to successfully de-clutter and organize their homes as well as their lives. Specific topics for the course include understanding clutter, time management, space management, paper management and storage solutions' said Willis.
Topics for the proposed course include 'Common Organizational Stumbling Blocks' and 'Maintaining Your New Found Organization.' Contingent upon public interest, the course would be offered through MGTC's Economic Development department.
If you would be interested in taking a personal organization course at MGTC please submit your responses to Diane Eppler at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information regarding continuing education programs and courses, contact the Economic Development office at 478-988-6852 or log on to www.middlegatech.edu.