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This Medical Billing and Coding Program provides you with preparation to join one of the fastest growing industries of the millennium. Developed by an advisory board composed of Medical Billing, Administrators, Health Care Human Resource Specialists, and Medical Office Consultants, the curriculum provides you with practical skills needed for a career change, advancement, or independent contracting.
Learn to bartend like a rock star! This exceptional course will prepare you to work as a bartender in all types of establishments, while also teaching the business side of the industry. Professional bartending requires so much more than knowing how to put ice in a glass and adding the proper ingredients. This class will prepare you to be a great salesperson, a customer service expert and an honest and valuable employee, skills that will help you succeed in the real world of bartending and throughout life.
The lessons taught are also extremely beneficial to managers, waitresses and novice bartenders. The course will leave you with a thorough understanding of how the bar business works, the ethics of serving cocktails and a common sense approach to bartending. Though liquor is not used in class, you will be taught in detail how to practice making cocktails. Other topics included are glassware, tools, recipes, pouring the perfect shot, bar terms, wine and champagne service, martinis, high-volume sales techniques, laws, responsible beverage service, job interviews, resumes, alternative ways to make money in the beverage industry and how to start your own bartending service.
This introductory course introduces you to the field of Solar Photovoltaic (PV). Participants will learn instruction on PV cells, modules, system components including review of equipment, system design and calculations, safety considerations, installation procedures, and a project proposal. The course prepares entry-level installers for eligibility to take Entry-Level Certification of Knowledge of PV Systems, and, as well as, the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioner (NABCEP).
Prerequisite: High school diploma; must be able to do arithmetic calculations;Required text: Photovoltaics Design and Installation Manual, ISBN: 9780865715202. (please obtain the book before the class starts). This course will be 40 hours in length. Class size is limited to 20 students.
Make a difference in a child’s life! If you are interested in child advocacy work, consider a career as a professional Child Visitation Monitor. The courts often require scheduled monitored visits between a child and a non-custodial parent. As a Child Visitation Monitor, you will monitor the visit to provide a measure of safety to the child.
In our workshop you’ll learn the basic principles and practice of supervised visitation including: your defined and neutral role as a monitor • proper and effective parent intake and preparation of the parent and child for the visit • focusing on the child’s best interest and safety • how to observe objectively and comprehensively document child and adult contact • proper intervention to prevent physical and emotional harm • how to handle separation and termination of the visit.
You will also gain a basic understanding of the stages of child development, different forms of violence and reflective listening, and maintaining neutrality. You will also receive information on how to effectively market yourself as a Child Visitation Monitor.