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Conflict Resolution 40 Hour Transformative Family Mediation Seminar - May 13 - 17, 2013
The Conflict Resolution Center (CRC) offers several Family Mediation seminars every year to teach people transformative mediation skills. Learn new or add to your existing skills in working with all kinds of family conflict in your role as a counselor, social worker, attorney, educator or family member. Gain comfort in handling stressful family conflicts between parents and family members.
Conflict Resolution Weathering the Workplace Storm Symposium - May 20 - 24, 2013
This week-long event is aimed at making business more pro-active, peaceful and profitable despite the storms we all face.
Professional Development for Educators - June & July, 2012
• 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.
June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 11, 18, 25, and August 1 (No class July 4)
If you want to spark your creativity using clay, this is the course for you! This course is an introduction to clay as a medium for making functional and sculptural objects. Like steel, bronze, fabric, paper or any other material, clay is a material with its own characteristics, history and context.
This course will introduce you to:
•constructing clay vessel forms/sculptural vessel forms using hand building and the potter's wheel, and
•glazing and firing techniques.
You will quickly become aware that clay can create a vast number of surface textures and is a very easy material to mold and shape. Using the techniques and methods you will be shown, and through instructor guidance, you will create your own finished works of art!
Asbestos Inspector Initial ETI Course
May 13 - 17, 2013
June 10 - 14, 2103
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.
Asbestos Inspector/Management Planner Initial ETI Course - June 3 - 7, 2013
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.
Asbestos Management Planner Initial ETI Course - June 6-7, 2103
This initial 2-day course has approval by the EPA and various states to meet AHERA accreditation requirements for management planners performing asbestos work in public and private, K-12 schools, as well as in public and commercial buildings. During the course you learn how to utilize the inspectors’ findings and develop a working management plan for a facility. Management planners are required by the EPA to develop operations and maintenance plans. Inspectors cannot develop these programs. Detailed consideration is given to hazard assessment and selection of control options. Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of accreditation as an asbestos management planner.
Aircraft Accident Investigation Course - June 11, 12, 13, 2013
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.
Asbestos Inspector Initial ETI Course - June 3 - 5, 2013
This initial 5-day course has been granted full approval by the EPA and various States to meet AHERA and ASHARA accreditation requirements for contractors/supervisors performing asbestos work in K-12 schools, as well as in public and commercial buildings. You receive intensive and practical instruction on asbestos abatement projects, from start to finish. You will tackle 14 hours of hands-on abatement exercises. Safe work practices, liability, and glove bag procedures are examined in detail. Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of accreditation as an Asbestos Contractor/Supervisor under TSCA Title II/AHERA.