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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 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.
This course is the first step in learning to weld. The program is designed to teach the basics of oxyacetylene cutting with a focus on arc welding. You will learn to set up machines and equipment, shear, bend and assemble metal projects. MIG welding available upon request.
For many Americans, a significant goal of estate planning is to avoid probate. A revocable living trust, unlike a will, offers a fast, private, probate-free way to transfer one's property after death. Although a living trust is not a complete substitute for a will (it doesn't allow you to name a guardian for a child, for example), it is definitely a more efficient way to transfer property at death, especially large-ticket items such as a house. Every student will work with an attorney to make themselves a valid trust.
As a small business, you likely think a lot about how the word about your business is promoted to your customers. An online presence is more important now than ever before, but not all online marketing is the right choice for your business. This class will help you: identify and understand your "avatar client" and target audience; help you build an effective online strategy; determine the best marketing channels to attract your target; and create effective content that could help your business achieve its highest potential.
This course is for those that have their permit and require assistance in the drive test skills, backing, parallel parking, picking up students, and other driving practices needed to pass the drive test. This course is one week, four evenings and a Saturday morning.
Learn real estate theory and practice, and prepare to take the state examination for licensing as a real estate sales associate. This course is a combination of classroom learning and home study.
Attend this class to fulfill the Real Estate Commission’s 45-hour training requirement prior to receiving your permanent sales license. You will be required to complete five assigned modules which will count for 18 hours of class credit.
New to QuickBooks? This class introduces you to QuickBooks and basic file management tasks necessary for mastering the essentials, including setting up a company file, working with customers and vendors and using banking tasks in QuickBooks.
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.
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.