In Class Programs
Perhaps you only need training in one particular subject. Often called open enrollment, our classes and workshops offer training for a wide variety of interests throughout the year. You will find our current offerings and featured courses linked below.
Although technology has made social interaction more accessible, those who prefer face-to-face communication will benefit most from classroom learning. The classroom experience offers more opportunities for group work and study sessions. It allows instant feedback from instructors and peers instead of waiting for a response on an online forum or email thread. The social aspect of a classroom setting promotes networking with others having similar interests. And, in some instances, it may even present new opportunities in the workplace.
Use these links to browse our Career Development and Personal Interest Courses:
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American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) For The Healthcare Provider
Jan. 11th - The BLS course provides medical or nursing students and assistants, aides, police officers, paramedics, and other healthcare professionals with the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies. Students will learn to provide CPR for adults, children, and infants, use an AED and relieve choking.
Beginning Ballroom Dancing - Smooth Styles
Sundays, Feb. 7 - Mar. 14 - Bring a partner and let Ken and Jenny Howell teach you the smooth moves of ballroom dancing. In Ballroom Smooth Styles, you will glide through the classic dance styles of the Waltz, Foxtrot, and Tango. You will be a star on the dance floor at weddings, reunions, or the next event on your schedule - and your friends will be in awe.
MS Excel 2019 - Introduction, Intermediate, and Advanced
Jan. thru March - Annually, over 2,000,000 job posts now list Microsoft Excel as a critical skill for placement, and it's not just within finance and accounting. Everyone from HR professionals to Retail Salespersons now uses Excel daily. Each of our three courses* builds upon the skills learned in the last, giving you expert knowledge in using what has become the accepted standard for data compilation. *Approved by the Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy for seven hours CPE.
Certified Water Treatment Program (CWTP) - working in collaboration with General Managers, Superintendents, and other key individuals within the water industry, we have developed a certification program that serves the needs of individuals, municipalities, and industry. CWTP is designed for displaced workers, high school graduates, military veterans*, and others looking for a career in a high demand industry where:
- Employment opportunities have increased by over 19% since 2010.
- Over 50% of the workforce will retire within five to seven years.
- Benefits include global demand and excellent opportunities for advancement.
- Training qualifies for 100% funding through WIOA (Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act)
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*JSU offers preferential placement for honorably discharged veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces.