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The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of North Dakota is a vibrant learning community of adults 50 years and better who want to continue their lifetime of learning with programs rich in content, shared interests, and life experience. These programs are purely for enjoyment — no tests, or grades — just the chance to join your peers in the joy of learning and the many benefits it brings.
• Earn professional development credits for salary lane change or re-licensing requirements.
• Pick from a variety of workshops offered in a location near you.
• Learn from instructors who are experts in their fields.
• Network with other teachers and educators from across the region.
Girls State is a mythical state in which participants will be provided the opportunity to "learn by doing" and to gain knowledge of our government and political system on the city, county and state level. The week will end with an inauguration and commencement.
The University of North Dakota's summer registration program for all new first year students entering UND in the fall of 2010. This program offers you many advantages for arranging your fall semester class schedule. You will have the individual attention of an advisor in discussing your academic concerns and choices.
The asbestos inspector course runs for 3 days and includes lectures, demonstrations, and 4 hours of hands-on training. Completing the course and passing the 50-question exam will make you a USEPA/AHERA-accredited inspector.
The asbestos inspector course is a 3-day course that includes lectures, demonstrations, and 4 hours of hands-on training. Completing the course and passing the 50-question exam will make you a USEPA/AHERA-certified inspector. The asbestos management planner course is a 2-day training course. You must be an accredited inspector before you can be accredited as a management planner. The management planner course is required under AHERA for persons who prepare asbestos management plans for schools.
Because the field phase of an accident investigation can be confusing, chaotic and labor intensive, this "hands-on" course, using an actual aircraft wreckage, provides participants experience analyzing and documenting a re-created aircraft accident.