Employers Desperately Seeking People with Skills in Electronics

MADISON, WI (September 22, 2014) – If you are looking for a new job or a better career path, a quick search of job listings online will reveal several job skills that are in the highest demand from employers, and one of the biggest demands in the Madison area is for people with electronics skills. Why? Look no further than the explosion of electronics in virtually every aspect of all industries, including entertainment technology, IT, alternative energy production, industrial controls, robotics, biomedical electronics, telecommunications and building technology integration, to name a few. Read full release

Wind Energy Technology Could be the Career for You

MILWAUKEE, WI (February 24, 2014) – Have you ever driven past a field of windmills and wondered who maintains them and keeps them running? It could be you, with an associate degree or diploma in Wind Energy Technology, now available from Herzing University – Online. Read full release

Bachelor’s Degree Just Became More Affordable for NW Ohio Students 

TOLEDO, OH (Jan. 30, 2014) A third local school has joined a regional higher education consortium to help make obtaining a bachelor’s degree more affordable. The presidents of Herzing University – Toledo and Terra State Community College held a signing ceremony to announce the expansion of the P.A.C.E. (Partnership for Affordable College Education) program. The collaboration offers students the best of both worlds: the cost efficiencies of a community college education combined with the career-focused recognition of Herzing University. Northwest State Community College became the first P.A.C.E. program partner last summer. Northwest State President Dr. Thomas Stuckey also attended the signing ceremony. Read full release

Paramedic Programs Earn Accreditation

BIRMINGHAM, AL, (July 2, 2013) – Herzing University – Birmingham recently earned accreditation for its Associate of Science and Diploma in Emergency Medical Technician – Paramedic programs, a credential validating the quality of the programs, which will be important to students as they graduate and enter the job market. “We have worked hard since the programs were launched to ensure that we earned accreditation before the first classes graduate, and we are very pleased to have succeeded in this effort.” said Leo Deason, public safety department chair at Herzing University – Birmingham. Read full release

Director of Career Development of Herzing University – Madison Receives Volunteer of the Year Award from Greater Madison Area Society For Human Resource Management (SHRM)

MADISON, WI (June 4, 2013) – Herzing University – Madison announced today that Jeff Westra, director of career development, has been honored with the 2012 Volunteer of the Year award from the Workforce Readiness Committee of the Greater Madison Area Society For Human Resource Management (SHRM). Read full release

Semester in China Offers Enrichment Beyond Language Skills

MILWAUKEE (March 20, 2013) – Many students recognize the tremendous value of learning the Chinese language if they aspire to a career in international business, and there is no better way to learn a language than to be immersed in the culture by living in China for a semester.

Golf Tournament Raises Spirits and Funds for Wounded Warriors

The 2nd annual Virginia Wounded Warrior Program Charity Golf Tournament took place on Tuesday, March 27, 2012, at Aeropines Golf Club at the NAS Oceana Master Jet Base in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The event, sponsored by the Virginia Advisory Council on Military Education, raised $4,000 for the Wounded Warrior Program.

Members of the VACME work to provide educational opportunities for military members and their families, and Herzing University is proud of its affiliation.

Herzing helps Africans access clean water

Herzing University has partnered with WorldServe International as a sponsor of Kili Climb 2013 to raise funds to provide people in Africa with clean water. Herzing’s contribution came in the form of a significant donation towards Ron Holt’s $25,000 goal, which is enough to cover the cost of a water well that will serve an entire village. Holt was one of 45 outstanding individuals working toward this effort. He started the climb on January 8, 2013, and finally reached the peak of Kilimanjaro on Wednesday, January 16, 2013, proudly holding up a Herzing University banner.

U.S. News Ranks Herzing University #1 Online Program in Wisconsin

MADISON, WI (February 13, 2013) – U.S. News & World Report recently published its ranking of online education programs, and Herzing University was the highest-ranking Wisconsin-based online education program for Best Online Bachelors Programs. Herzing was ranked 80th in the country, followed by UW – Platteville at #85, UW – Milwaukee at #123, UW – Superior at #148 and UW – Green Bay’s ranking was not published.

Health Information Management Program Receives Initial Accreditation

MILWAUKEE (March 5, 2013) – Herzing University Online announced today that it has earned programmatic accreditation for its Associate of Science in Health Information Management degree program from the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).


Madison, Wisconsin -- His background is in police work and he teaches law enforcement, security and risk assessment at Herzing University – Madison. He is also the senior security manager at Covance Laboratories. Michael Ramstack, 39, has been named to this year’s “20 Under 40 List,” by Security Director News, an international news source for security professionals. Once per year, the publication recognizes “Up-and-coming” industry members.

“I don't view myself as being anything special, just someone who loves what he does and is committed to doing the best job he can,” Ramstack said. “I believe in hard work, dedication, and above all, an open and honest approach to my job. I am very honored and proud to have been recognized, it keeps me motivated and excited for my future.”

Ramstack’s enthusiasm about the security business can be traced back to his younger days.

“Security was always something I was interested in, going all the way back to my first job as a night security officer at a local resort while in college,” he said.

His next position as a loss prevention supervisor for a large retail chain added another dimension. A 13-year career as a police officer followed, but Ramstack did security surveillance consulting on the side.

“I began my law enforcement career, but never lost that interest,” he said.

Today Ramstack oversees security at one of Dane County’s largest employers. He loves being able to blend all of his previous experience into a fulfilling career.

“To move from the public sector into the private sector provided the opportunity to expand my experience to a corporate environment,” he said. “It provided exposure to a variety of experiences ranging from the security side as well as the business management side. I think the security professional gets a good mix of both and needs to learn how to balance both while accomplishing a good security program.”

Opportunities in the security field are plentiful, according to Ramstack, and he shares his devotion with his Herzing University students.

“I think it is critical to be able to base your conversations on real life experiences and examples versus just using information from a text book,” he said. “I attempt to bring in not only my own personnel experiences, but those things going on currently in the world and relate those to the topics we are currently discussing in class.”

TOLEDO, OH (Aug. 30, 2013) Two local schools have joined forces to help make finishing a GED more accessible. Herzing University – Toledo will begin offering weekend GED classes in partnership with the Penta Career Center Adult Education Dept.

GED classes will begin the weekend of September 14 –15 at the Herzing University – Toledo campus, 5212 Hill Ave. (Hill and Reynolds intersection). Saturday classes will run 9 a.m. to noon, while the Sunday classes will operate 1 to 4 p.m.

The partnership is a first-of-its-kind for the region, because no GED classes currently are offered on Sundays. The challenges of a work-school-family balance and other potential obstacles are discouraging many students from pursuing a GED, which affords them the opportunity for furthering their education. This initiative looks to remove some of those barriers, making students’ dreams to better their lives through education a reality.

“Education is the whole reason why we exist, so assisting with GED courses for teens and adults is a worthwhile mission—especially if it makes completing high school more attainable and accessible for a hard-to-reach community of people who may be working,” said Greg Guzman, president of Herzing University’s Toledo campus. “A weekend program of GED courses supplements the great work Penta does in the community at local libraries, The Source, and other locations.”

Debbie Morris, ABLE Coordinator at Penta, agrees the new program will help many adults, and the possibilities do not end there. "Penta's Adult Education Department is looking forward to this unique opportunity to partner with Herzing University. In addition to offering our GED/ABLE classes on site at Herzing, Penta Adult Education is also pursuing additional educational opportunities for our students with Herzing," said Morris.

Penta’s Adult Basic Education program is a student-centered learning opportunity for adults who desire to improve their learning and earning opportunities. The classes provide adult learners an opportunity to improve reading, writing and math skills in preparation to take the Official GED Test. Classes are held two days per week for three hours each day. Registration is required and orientation is mandatory.

            Those interested in learning about obtaining a GED should contact Herzing University – Toledo at 419.776.0300 or the Penta Career Center Adult Education program at 419.661.6555.


About Herzing University –  Toledo

Serving the local community since 2009, Herzing University – Toledo boasts state-of-the-industry classrooms and labs to provide a real-world, hands-on learning environment, consistent with its “career-focused, convenient and caring” educational mission. Its 17,000-square-foot facility is specifically designed to prepare students for dynamic careers in the fields of technology, business, healthcare, design and public safety. Students have the convenient option to take courses toward their bachelor’s or associate degree or diploma either on-campus or online through Herzing University – Toledo, and graduate degrees are available through Herzing University Online. Herzing University – Toledo is also an SAP University Alliance institution. Information about Herzing University – Toledo is available at

February 15, 2012 — In honor of Black History month, Herzing University – Toledo, in cooperation with Rave Cinemas, hosted about 100 top students from Toledo’s Scott High School and Herzing University for a viewing of “Red Tails,” the story of the Tuskegee Airmen, an inspiring group of soldiers who served their country during World War II. The event was held at 10am, Saturday, February 11, 2012 at the Rave Cinema, Westfield Franklin Park Mall, 5001 Monroe Street, Toledo, OH 43623.

“What a proud day for us to gather with students, staff and faculty from Scott High School and Herzing University to celebrate Black History Month,” said Greg Guzman, Herzing University – Toledo campus president.

Several events will be held on the Toledo campus in the next few days. Check back here and on Facebook for updates on activities.

Herzing University student Jermaine Baker recognizes the detrimental affect drugs and alcohol can make on a person’s life, and he is determined to help keep as many children and adults as possible from falling into a path of self-destruction.

To bring awareness to his East Toledo community, Baker and his neighbor joined forces to organize “Addicted to Change,” an event with games, food, and friendship all in the name of confronting the issue and fostering a neighborhood bond. Over 60 people enjoyed games, barbecue food, and raffle prizes such as tickets to Walleyes and Tigers games. Local business helped to fund the event. Pamphlets about confronting drug and alcohol abuse were also distributed. Read the full article

Congratulations to Jermaine Baker for putting together this successful event. His Herzing family is proud of him for making a positive difference in our community.

Constitution Day commemorates the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution by thirty-nine brave men on September 17, 1787, recognizing all who, are born in the U.S. or by naturalization, have become citizens.

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Toledo - Continuing Education - ERP Certificate of Completion using SAP Software Program

Date:Call your campus for upcoming dates
Course Number/Program Code:CE 0066/CEERP
Course Name:ERP Certificate of Completion Using SAP Software Program
Contact Hours:16.00
Days to Complete:2
Location:5212 Hill Avenue, Toledo, OH  43615
Who Should Attend:Managers, supervisors, key users, or anyone interested in gaining basic knowledge of SAP solutions
Course Type:Lecture, discussion, and hands-on

Course Description:

This course will provide a critical examination of issues embedded in the practice of providing customer service. Topics include research about best practices in customer service and communication techniques, psychologically-based methods for dealing with the management of customer complaints, and the roles of a customer service employee and supervisor within ethical boundaries and common business practice. This course will present an overview and offer hands-on exercises of ERP/SAP systems in the areas of sales and distribution and materials management. This course will teach the fundamental concepts of ERP/SAP software provided by SAP University Alliance.

Learning Objectives:

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  1. Define the role of customer service in an organization.
  2. List factors of customer expectations.
  3. Define strategies for successful customer service.
  4. Demonstrate an ability to communicate with customers.
  5. List strategies for customer retention.
  6. Explain a company’s business functional areas and business processes.
  7. Identify business problems inherent in non-integrated information systems.
  8. Discuss ERP systems as a solution to such problems.
  9. Complete an introduction to various enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems.
  10. Address how integrated information systems improve business operations.
  11. Apply knowledge and skills to the real business world.
  12. Understand business operations, business processes, and functional areas of a real organization.
  13. Find business problems in the organization, and propose solutions of information systems for solving these problems.

Required Texts or other supplemental materials:

Customer Service: A Practical Approach, Elaine K. Harris, Prentice Hall, 6 edition, (January 15, 2012), 013274239X/978-0132742399



Enterprise Resource Planning Using SAP Outline:

Welcome and Introductions8:00 am–8:30 am
ERP Certificate of Completion using SAP8:30 am–10:15 am
Course Overview
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
Business Functions/Business Processes
Marketing and Sales (M/S)
Supply Chain Management (SCM)
Accounting and Finance (A/F)
Human Resources (HR)
10:30 am–12:00 pm
Customer Service
SAP User Interface
Business Processes
Case Study
Sales Order
Post Goods Issue
Create Billing Document
Post Payment
Display Reports
Functional Silo View of an Organization
1:00 pm–2:30 pm
SAP Overview
SAP Navigation
Understanding and Recognizing SAP Screens, Fields, Menus, Icons and Special Features
Learn Key Terms and Transaction Codes
Sales Order Process
Sales and Distribution (SD)
Material Management (MM)
2:45 pm–5:00 pm
ERP Certificate of Completion using SAP
Cover SAP Content
Case Study
8:00 am–10:15 am
Create Purchase Requisition
Create RFQ
Create Purchase Order
10:30 am–12:00 pm
Goods Receipt
Create Invoice Receipt From Vendor
Display Vendor Line Items
1:00 pm–2:30 pm
Stock Overview
Enter Incoming Invoice
Post outgoing Payment
Vendor Balance Display
G/L Account Balance Display
2:45 pm -5:00 pm

You must attend one of our upcoming Nursing Information Sessions to become a candidate for our upcoming LPN or RN Nursing class.

This Nursing Information Session will begin with the requirements for admission into the program, some historical data about the students who were accepted into the last Nursing class, as well as what your next steps would be. The entire Orientation session will last approximately 1 hour, this will include an optional tour at the end of the session.

Our program begins once a year in July. We accept students without a waiting list.

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A total of eight Herzing University – Madison students were honored at the 2012 American Advertising Federations’ ADDY AWARDS on February 25, 2012 at the University of Madison Union South, 1308 W. Dayton Street. Herzing University took one gold ADDY Award and seven silver ADDYs. Students, parents, and instructors attended the event.

The ADDY Awards are the advertising industry’s largest and most representative competition, attracting over 50,000 entries every year. The mission of the ADDY competition is to recognize and reward creative excellence in the art of advertising.

Conducted annually by the American Advertising Federation (AAF), the local ADDY® Awards are the first of a three-tier, national competition. Concurrently, all across the country, local entrants vie for recognition as the very best in their markets. At the second tier, local winners compete against other winners in one of 14 District competitions. District winners are then forwarded to the third tier, the national ADDY® Awards competition.

The American Advertising Federation (AAF), is headquartered in Washington, D.C., and represents 40,000 professionals in the advertising/design industry, 200 ad clubs across the country, 226 college chapters, 6,000 advertising/design students, and nearly 100 blue-chip corporate members leading the nations brands, according to their website.

“We’re thrilled for all of our students who performed extremely well,” said Chris Montagnino, Madison campus president. “This experience will most certainly help them prepare for success in their future careers.”

Location is: Birmingham Marriott 3590 Grandview Pkwy, Birmingham, AL 35243


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