Your objective statement lists any related training or education. If you only graduated from college and have very little experience, you must be at the beginning of your education. As you gain more and more experience, your education is almost always down.
When you go to a commercial school, you will receive your diploma or certificate. This kind of school may be included under the heading "Education" or under a separate "Training" or "Technical Training" title.
Continuing secondary school education and activities is only advisable if you are younger than 20 years and have no school or secondary school. Completely exclude high school data if you have completed vocational or college education.
Continuing education shows that you are interested in lifelong learning and self-development, so think about all relevant training since formal education has been completed. The key here is the keyword. Always look at your resume from a potential employer's point of view. Do not spill the place by listing the trainings that are not directly or indirectly related to the job. This section may include services, workshops, seminars, corporate trainings, conferences, conventions and other types of training.
Describe your accomplishments and tasks. An example of a task might be: "I kept ten computers, loaded new software and solved the problems if needed" while an example of performance: "I set up two stand-alone Powerpoint presentations for the new company software and it was so successful that the manager asked me, to submit to the five other executives of the company.