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Short-Term Professional Development Courses

SHORT-TERM COURSES ARE GEARED TOWARD INDIVIDUALS SEEKING CAREER

OR PERSONAL GROWTH AND EMPLOYERS INVESTING IN THE ADVANCEMENT OF THEIR WORKFORCE.

Class Course Description (Class) Last Class Date Actual Start Date/Time Hours Per Meeting Sunday? Monday? Tuesday? Wednesday? Thursday? Friday? Saturday? In District Cost Out of District Cost Training On Demand Content URL Session Format
Word 2019 Level 2 builds on the basic concepts and skills of our Level 1 course to provide more advanced tools for analysis and presentation of complex, realistic data in Microsoft Word 2019. The three levels of our Word 2019 courses map to the objectives of the Microsoft Office Specialist and Expert exams for Word 2019.
Word 2019 Level 1 Provides the basic concepts and skills to start being productive with Microsoft Word 2019: how to create, format, and set up a document, and how to add graphics and tables. This course, and the two that come after, map to the objectives of the Microsoft Office Specialist and Expert exams for Word 2019.
Presented by certified John Maxwell trainers. Drawing on nearly fifty years of leadership experience, Dr. Maxwell provides a roadmap for winning by examining the eleven elements that constitute the DNA of learners who succeed in the face of problems, failure, and losses. 1. Humility - The Spirit of Learning 2. Reality - The Foundation of Learning 3. Responsibility - The First Step of Learning 4. Improvement - The Focus of Learning 5. Hope - The Motivation of Learning 6. Teachability - The Pathway of Learning 7. Adversity - The Catalyst of Learning 8. Problems - The Opportunities of Learning 9. Bad Experiences - The Perspective for Learning 10. Change - The Price of Learning 11. Maturity - The Value of Learning Learning is not easy during down times, it takes discipline to do the right thing when something goes wrong. As John Maxwell often points out - experience isn't the best teacher; evaluated experience is.
After completing this course you will have the knowledge to automate your home. You will learn about the different types of automation, including hardware and software needed.
Have you ever wanted to become a Softball Umpire? In this class you will prepare to take the state test to become a certified umpire. This could range from Little League through High School.
Have you every wanted to learn how to safety wire bolts so they do not vibrate loose? This class can be useful for Aircraft Technicians, mechanics, or in the Industrial mechanic world. This class will teach you the basics and give you time with an A & P mechanic to give you tips and tricks on how to make the best safety wire.
Safeland class for Oilfield workers in Spanish
Join photographer Chris Bush and learn how to take, enhance and print high quality images. Hands-on camera shooting, weekly projects and Photoshop Elements touch-ups are all used in this course.
This class will focus on features of photography with DSLR cameras. Learn advanced techniques that will allow you to operate your camera in full manual mode, utilize specific lighting tricks to enhance their available light and flash photography, as well as modeling and posing of subjects to achieve the best look for your subjects.
Learn skills necessary to properly draw blood specimens by venipuncture and capillary puncture and the proper handling of the specimen for clinical laboratory testing. Topics covered include anatomy, physiology, specimen collection, infection control, equipment safety, interpersonal communication skills, professionalism and legal aspects.
Learn skills necessary to properly draw blood specimens by venipuncture and capillary puncture and the proper handling of the specimen for clinical laboratory testing. Topics covered include anatomy, physiology, specimen collection, infection control, equipment safety, interpersonal communication skills, professionalism and legal aspects.
This course provides basic competencies to entry-level paraprofessionals who work with students having disabilities in kindergarten through high school special/inclusive classrooms. This 24-hour course is the first step in the process for one to be listed on the State Department of Education's Registry of Paraprofessionals.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.
High school students need to contact a career counselor before registering. Once the exam is paid for it is nonrefundable. The Next-Generation Accuplacer is an exam intended to assist in the placement of new full-time students. The tests administered include Reading and Arithmetic. The Reading test assesses the test taker’s ability to derive meaning from a range of texts and to determine the meaning of words and phrases in short and extended contexts. The Arithmetic test focuses on computation, order of operations, estimation and rounding, comparing and ordering values in different formats, and recognizing equivalent values across formats.