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Earn PTSB, DEQ , and POST professional CEUs through the Center for Training and Development. Here are just a few of the many qualifying classes we offer. Go to www.caspercollege.edu/ctd for a complete list. For additional online courses that qualify f or PTSB credit: www.ed2golive.com/wyoming/.
Computer Technology Leadership and Management OSHA, MSHA, Safety Water Quality
QuickBooks Pro Accounting
(DEQ)
Essentials of Leadership
(DEQ, POST)
Basic Rigging and Hand Signals
(DEQ)
ASSE Cross Connection Recertification
(DEQ)
Facebook for Business
(DEQ, POST)
Wilderness Medicine Institute
(PTSB, POST)
8-Hour OSHA Hazardous Waste
Annual Refresher
(DEQ)
ASSE Cross Connection Tester Certification
(DEQ)
Microsoft Word I
(DEQ, POST)
FISH!®
(DEQ, POST)
10-Hour OSHA General Industry
(DEQ)
Pumps and Pumping
(DEQ)
Microsoft Excel I
(DEQ, POST)
Solving Classroom Discipline Problems
(PTSB, class is offered online)
40-Hour OSHA Hazardous Waste Site Worker
(DEQ)
Small Surface Water Systems
(DEQ)
Professional Teaching Standards Board (PTSB) • DEQ Operator Certification (DEQ) • Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission (POST)
Please contact Ann Dalton at 307-268-2085 or via email to obtain a certificate of completion to submit for POST or DEQ hours.
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Safety

MINE SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT (MSHA)
Casper College offers the 8-Hour MSHA Refresher and the 24-Hour MSHA New-Miner Training class every month. Call 268-2085 for further information.

The training activities of the following hazardous materials classes are potentially stressful. Participants are required to wear a fully encapsulated suit, a self-contained breathing apparatus, and a full-face mask. The gear may weigh up to 45 pounds. Participants must perform hands-on activities with special emphasis on conditions involving pulmonary, cardiovascular, and musculoskeletal systems. Casper College offers the 8-Hour MSHA Refresher and the 24-Hour MSHA New-Miner Training class every month. Call 268-2085 for further information.

FALL 2015
  • 8-Hour MSHA Annual Refresher
    All miners must have a minimum of eight hours of annual refresher training (MSHA 30 CFR 48.28). Topics covered include mandatory health and safety standards; transportation controls and communication systems; escape and emergency evacuation plans; fire warning and firefighting; ground control; working in areas of high walls, water hazards, pits, and spoil banks; illumination and night work; first aid; electrical hazards; accident prevention; health; explosives; and self-rescue and respiratory devices. You must take the annual refresher in or before your expiration month
    • Course # CEU 3001 60
      .8 CEUs
      Fri., Sept. 18
      7 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: EI 125
      Instructors: Rohy Keffer and
      Chris Britton
      Cost: $130
      Registration deadline: Sept. 11
    • Course # CEU 3001 70
      .8 CEUs
      Fri., Oct. 9
      7 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: EI 125
      Instructors: Rohy Keffer and
      Chris Britton
      Cost: $130
      Registration deadline: Oct. 2
    • Course # CEU 3001 71
      .8 CEUs
      Sat., Oct. 24
      7 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: GW 125
      Instructor: Payton Zierolf
      Cost: $130
      Registration deadline: Oct. 19
    • Course # CEU 3001 80
      .8 CEUs
      Fri., Nov. 13
      7 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: EI 125
      Instructors: Rohy Keffer and
      Chris Britton
      Cost: $130
      Registration deadline: Nov. 6
    • Course # CEU 3001 81
      .8 CEUs
      Fri., Dec. 4
      7 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: EI 125
      Instructors: Rohy Keffer and
      Chris Britton
      Cost: $130
      Registration deadline: Nov. 24
FALL 2015
  • 24-Hour MSHA New Miner
    All new surface miners must have 24 hours of training (MSHA 30 CFR 48.25/46.5). Topics covered include statutory rights of
    miners and their representatives; authority and responsibility of supervisors; self-rescue and respiratory devices; transportation
    controls and communication systems; introduction to work environment; escape and emergency evacuation plans; fire
    warning and firefighting; ground control; working in areas of high walls, water hazards, pits, and spoil banks; illumination and
    night work; health; electrical hazards; first aid; explosives; and health and safety of tasks assigned to new miners.
    • Course # CEU 3000 60
      2.4 CEUs
      Tue. thru Thur., Sept. 15 to 17
      7 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: EI 125
      Instructors: Rohy Keffer and
      Chris Britton
      Cost: $260
      Registration deadline: Sept. 8
    • Course # CEU 3000 70
      2.4 CEUs
      Tue. thru Thur., Oct. 6 to 8
      7 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: EI 125
      Instructors: Rohy Keffer and
      Chris Britton
      Cost: $260
      Registration deadline: Sept. 29
    • Course # CEU 3000 80
      2.4 CEUs
      Tue. thru Thur., Nov. 10 to 12
      7 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: EI 125
      Instructors: Rohy Keffer and
      Chris Britton
      Cost: $260
      Registration deadline: Nov. 3
    • Course # CEU 3000 81
      2.4 CEUs
      Tue. thru Thur., Dec. 1 to 3
      7 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: EI 125
      Instructors: Rohy Keffer and
      Chris Britton
      Cost: $260
      Registration deadline: Nov. 24
    • Course # CEU 3000 82
      2.4 CEUs
      Fri. thru Sun., Dec. 11 to 13
      7 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: EI 125
      Instructor: Payton Zierolf
      Cost: $260
      Registration deadline: Nov. 24
FALL 2015

OSHA

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT (OSHA)
The training activities of the following hazardous materials class are potentially stressful. These activities require the participant to wear a fully encapsulated suit, a self-contained breathing apparatus, and a full-face mask. The weight of the full gear may be up to 45 pounds. Participants must be able to perform hands-on activities with special emphasis on conditions involving pulmonary, cardiovascular, and musculoskeletal systems.

  • 10-Hour OSHA Construction
    This class provides information to entry-level workers to help reduce workplace injuries and illnesses. OSHA training helps to
    ensure that workers are more knowledgeable about workplace hazards and their rights and how to recognize, avoid, abate, and
    prevent safety and health hazards in the workplace.
    • Course # CEU 0914 70
      1.0 CEUs 0914 70
      Thur. and Fri., Oct. 8 and 9
      Thur., 8 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Fri., 8–11 a.m.
      Location: GW 115
      Instructor: Payton Zierolf
      Cost: $275
  • 30-Hour OSHA Construction
    This class provides information to workers with some safety responsibility to help reduce workplace injuries and
    illnesses. OSHA training helps ensure that workers are more knowledgeable about workplace hazards and their rights and
    how to recognize, avoid, abate, and prevent safety and health hazards in the workplace.
    • Course # CEU 0904 80
      3.0 CEUs
      Thur. thru Sat., Nov. 5 to 7, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
      Sun., Nov. 8, 8 a.m.–3 p.m.
      Location: GW 115
      Instructor: Payton Zierolf
      Cost: $475
  • 8-Hour OSHA Hazardous Waste Annual Refresher
    All hazardous waste workers must have eight hours of training annually to maintain their 40-hour safety-training card (OSHA
    29 CFR 1910.120). Topics covered include regulatory overview, toxicology, SDS, decontamination, packaging and labeling,
    chemical reactivity, general safety, site monitoring, HAZMAT situations, and physical and chemical terminology. Participants
    must verify that they have taken the 40-Hour Hazardous Waste Site Worker class within the last year.
    • Course # CEU 0908 70
      .8 CEUs
      Sat., Oct. 24
      8 a.m.–5 p.m.
      Location: EI 106 and 107
      Instructor: Stewart Anderson
      Cost: $120
    • Course # CEU 0908 80
      .8 CEUs
      Fri., Dec. 4
      8 a.m.–5 p.m.
      Location: EI 106 and 107
      Instructor: Stewart Anderson
      Cost: $120
  • 40-Hour OSHA Hazardous Waste Site Worker
    All hazardous waste site workers must have a minimum of 40 hours of training (OSHA 1910.120). This class is for people
    who work at hazardous waste cleanup sites. We will cover worker protection procedures, health effects of hazardous
    materials, personal protective equipment, air monitoring, waste site control, containment and emergencies, and equipment
    decontamination procedures. You will be fitted for an air purifying respirator (APR), receive practical self-contained
    breathing apparatus (SCBA) experience, and work in OSHA levels A, B, and C protective equipment. You will set up a site
    safety plan for a mock hazardous waste site. If you have your own APR or SCBA, bring them to class.
    • Course # CEU 0907 70
      4.0 CEUs
      Mon. thru Fri., Oct. 19 to 23
      8 a.m.–5 p.m.
      Location: EI 106 and 107
      Instructors: Stewart Anderson and Theresa Simpson
      Cost: $450
SUMMER 2015
  • 10-Hour OSHA General Industry
    Topics include introduction to OSHA, walking and working surfaces, exit routes, emergency action plans, fire prevention
    plans, fire protection, electrical, personal protective equipment, and hazard communication. Participants who successfully
    complete the class will receive a 10-hour OSHA General Industry completion card. A $5 fee is payable to the instructor to cover
    the cost of the OSHA card.
    • Course # CEU 0556 01
      1.6 CEUs
      Tue. and Wed., Aug. 18 and 19
      8 a.m.–5 p.m.
      Location: EI 114
      Instructor: Mike Malone
      Cost: $175
FALL 2015 - INDUSTRY TRAINING
  • HVAC: Beginner
    There is a high demand in the maintenance industry for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) workers. This class is
    a great start for anyone seeking a career in HVAC, sheet metal, maintenance, or working or apprenticing in the maintenance
    field. We will cover the HVAC repair and maintenance basics, including plumbing, electrical work, welding, duct work, and
    troubleshooting.
    • Course # CEU 3510 60
      3.2 CEUs
      Thur. and Fri., Sept. 10, 11, 17, and 18
      5–9 p.m.
      Sat. Sept. 12 and 19
      8 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: GW 115
      Instructors: Tom Popilek and Sean Lijewski
      Cost: $395
  • HVAC: Intermediate
    We will cover heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) repair and maintenance, sheet metal, plumbing, electrical work,
    welding, ductwork, and troubleshooting. This class is for HVAC maintenance workers, apprentices, or those currently working
    in the field that has at least one-year experience and basic HVAC knowledge.
    • Course # CEU 3511 70
      3.2 CEUs
      Thur. and Fri. Sept. 24, 25 and Oct. 1 and 2
      5–9 p.m.
      Sat. Sept. 26 and Oct. 3
      8 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: GW 115
      Instructors: Tom Popilek and Sean Lijewski
      Cost: $395
  • Lead Paint RRP
    Contractors must be EPA lead renovator, repair, and painting certified to remodel buildings built before 1978. This class
    covers lead-safe work practices to prevent lead contamination including containing the work area, minimizing dust, and
    cleanup. Students are required to bring valid ID to this class. Participants who successfully complete this class
    will be EPA certified.
    • Course # CEU 0760 80
      .8 CEUs
      Wed., Nov. 11
      8 a.m.–5 p.m.
      Location: SH 217
      Instructor: CS Consulting
      Cost: $350
      Registration deadline: Oct. 27
  • Lead Renovator Refresher Training
    This class is for individuals who have completed the Lead Renovator Initial Certification in compliance with
    the Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) rule. Certified instructors will provide participants with the current information
    they will need to safely perform RRP work. Students are required to bring a valid ID and a copy of their current Lead
    Renovator certification to this class. The certification cannot be expired, no exceptions.
    • Course # CEU 0761 80
      .4 CEUs
      Tue., Nov. 3
      8 a.m.–noon
      Location: SH 217
      Instructor: CS Consulting
      Cost: $200
      Registration deadline Oct. 19
FALL 2015 - INDUSTRY SAFETY
  • Hydrogen Sulfide Annual Training
    This class meets the annual training requirements for workers in the oil and gas industries. Topics covered include sources
    of H2S on the jobsite, ways that H2S interacts with the environment, and how to control exposure. Hands-on training is
    provided on respiratory protective and gas detection equipment, and the procedures to follow in response to a H2S exposure of
    co-workers.
    • Course # CEU 0912 60
      .2 CEUs
      Wed., Sept. 9
      3–5 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Reed Aivazian
      Cost: $45
    • Course # CEU 0912 70
      .2 CEUs
      Wed., Oct. 14
      3–5 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Reed Aivazian
      Cost: $45
    • Course # CEU 0912 80
      .2 CEUs
      Wed., Nov. 11
      3–5 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Reed Aivazian
      Cost: $45
    • Course # CEU 0912 81
      .2 CEUs
      Wed., Dec. 9
      3–5 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Reed Aivazian
      Cost: $45
  • PEC: Basic
    This SafeGulf/SafeLandUSA class provides participants with a general understanding of EHS issues experienced in
    daily oil and gas industry operations, including upstream, downstream, onshore, and offshore. This class provides a
    basic understanding of the safety parameters before entering an oil and gas facility or while performing assigned duties on
    the location. PEC Safety classes have a proven track record of improving safety performance throughout the oil and gas
    industry and most major leading oil and gas companies endorse this class as meeting their training requirements.
    • Course # CEU 0801 70
      1.0 CEUs
      Fri., Sept. 25
      8 a.m.–7 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: William Russell
      Cost: $230
    • Course # CEU 0801 71
      1.0 CEUs
      Sat., Oct. 17
      7 a.m.–6 p.m.
      Location: GW 115
      Instructor: Payton Zierolf
      Cost: $230
    • Course # CEU 0801 80
      1.0 CEUs
      Fri., Nov. 6
      8 a.m.–7 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: William Russell
      Cost: $230
  • PEC: Pipeline Basics and Introduction
    This class provides a basic understanding of the safety parameters before entering an oil and gas facility or while
    performing assigned duties on the location. PEC Safety classes have a proven track record of improving safety performance
    throughout the oil and gas industry, and most major leading oil and gas companies endorse this class as meeting their
    training requirements.
    • Course # CEU 0807 80
      .9 CEUs
      Sat., Nov. 14
      7 a.m.–7 p.m.
      Location: GW 115
      Instructor: Payton Zierolf
      Cost: $250
  • PEC: Core Compliance
    This SafeGulf/SafeLandUSA accredited class provides participants with comprehensive knowledge of EHS issues
    experienced in daily oil and gas industry operations, including upstream, downstream, onshore, and offshore. This class
    provides an extensive understanding of the safety parameters before entering an oil and gas facility or while performing
    assigned duties on the location, and most major leading oil and gas companies endorse this class as meeting their
    training requirements.
    • Course # CEU 0808 70
      2.4 CEUs
      Wed. thru Fri., Oct. 14 to 16
      8 a.m.–5 p.m.
      Location: GW 225
      Instructor: William Russell
      Cost: $530
    • Course # CEU 0808 80
      2.4 CEUs
      Wed. thru Fri., Nov. 11 to 13
      8 a.m.–5 p.m.
      Location: GW 225
      Instructor: William Russell
      Cost: $530
  • PEC: Core Compliance Annual Refresher
    This class is an annual refresher for the 24-hour PEC: Core Compliance class. Participants will review core compliances
    and any updates that have taken place during the previous year.
    • Course # CEU 0809 70
      .8 CEUs
      Wed., Oct. 21
      8 a.m.–5 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: William Russell
      Cost: $230
    • Course # CEU 0809 80
      .8 CEUs
      Wed., Nov. 18
      8 a.m.–5 p.m.
      Location: GW 225
      Instructor: William Russell
      Cost: $230


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HEALTH CARE
  • H-1B Technical Skills Training Grants
    The following training opportunities are provided by the Casper College H1-B Healthcare Solutions Grant, CFDA # 17.268 provided
    by the Department of Labor and the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services. Training and related activities assist workers
    in gaining skills and competencies needed to obtain or upgrade employment in high-growth industries or economic sectors. The
    target population for this grant includes, but is not limited to, longterm unemployed, underemployed, and veterans. Contact Jennifer
    Pepple at 307-268-3060 or jenniferpepple@caspercollege.edu to see if you qualify for these training opportunities. Some restrictions
    may apply.
    • Clinical Medical Assistant
      Medical assistants perform routine clinical tasks to keep medical offices running smoothly including administering medications,
      obtaining laboratory specimens for testing, educating patients, and maintaining clinical equipment. Participants will receive CPR training
      and sit for NHA certification. Classes start September 2015.
    • Dental Assistant
      Dental assistants keep a dental office running smoothly and provide important support for dentists including preparation of the work area,
      making patients comfortable, taking and processing x-rays, and performing office management tasks. Participants will receive CPR
      training and x-ray certification. Classes start September 2015.
  • Empower Train Employ
    This program, funded by a Department of Family Services’ Families Becoming Independent (FBI) grant, provides
    short-term training to qualifying individuals who are seeking gainful employment. All participants must meet grant
    qualifications. Participants receive training, CEUs, books, supplies, tools, and other support during the program
    and in their future careers. Greater than 90 percent of graduates in the 2014–15 programs gained employment
    after completion at the time of this publication. All programs focus on Bright Outlook careers, expecting a large increase
    in the number of jobs available (O*NET OnLine). Contact Ashley Mikels at 307-268-2124 or amikels@caspercollege.
    edu to see if you qualify. Additional information is available at caspercollege.edu/ctd under the “ETE” tab.
    • Administrative Assistant
      Develop marketable skills and build your resume for employment in an office setting. Participants will gain
      experience with QuickBooks, Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. They will learn about and develop their
      communication, organizational, customer service, Internet, and typing skills.
    • Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technician
      Enter a program designed to prepare you for a career as an HVAC technician. This program is also a great start
      for anyone interested in sheet metal, plumbing, electrical, welding, or maintenance work. Gain hands-on experience
      and knowledge of codes, procedures, and career paths.
    • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
      Get started in the medical field by becoming certified to work as a nursing assistant. Learn basic nursing skills,
      body mechanics, vital signs, and develop patient care skills.
FALL 2015
  • Activities Professional
    Activities professionals provide elderly and disabled clients opportunities to pursue social, mental, creative, spiritual, and
    recreational activities. They work in long-term care nursing, boarding, or retirement homes, swing bed or sub acute units,
    and assisted living, adult daycare, or senior centers. Students will acquire the skills to meet the federal Omnibus Budget
    Reconciliation Act of 1987 standards for long-term care and the Wyoming State Health Department’s qualifications to manage
    an activity program. The program includes 90 classroom hours and 90 practicum hours. This program is approved by the
    National Certification Council for Activities Professionals and is endorsed by the Wyoming Activity Coordinators Association.
    • Course # CEU 1360 60
      18.0 CEUs
      Fri. and Sat., Sept. 18 and 19, Oct. 23 and 24, Nov. 20 and 21
      8:30 a.m.–6:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Terri Newman
      Cost: $595
HUMAN RESOURCES
  • Difficult Conversations
    Identifying conversations you need to have and learn why is not as easy as it sounds. We will discuss tactics that will mak e
    these difficult conversations less scary and more effective. Addressing difficult situations will help you be healthier and
    happier. Avoidance is not the answer.
    • Course # CEU 0680 70
      .3 CEUs
      Wed., Oct. 14 and 21
      6–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Linda Toohey
      Cost: $90
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
FALL 2015
  • Facebook and Your Business
    Learn how to use Facebook to build successful and engaging marketing campaigns for your business. We will discuss the
    fundamentals of marketing on Facebook, including building a page, growing your fan base, and driving relevant and
    authentic engagement with your business. Whether you already have a Facebook page or are just starting to explore social
    media, these tips and tricks will empower you as a Facebook advertiser.
    • Course # CEU 1077 70
      .2 CEUs
      Tue., Oct. 13
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Dana Volney
      Cost: $60
  • Facebook Page for Your Business
    Learn the basics of how to use Facebook for building successful and engaging campaigns for your business. This
    class is for those who do not have a business Facebook page set up yet and would like to gain tools for everyday use.
    • Course # CEU 1063 60
      .2 CEUs
      Tue., Oct. 6
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Dana Volney
      Cost: $60
  • Fundamentals of Successful Sales
    Learn the tools needed to excel in the sales industry. This class will help you develop new sales skills and strategies and refine
    current ones. Whether you are new to sales or have years of experience, this class will be beneficial.
    • Course # CEU 0515 60
      .6 CEUs
      Thur., Oct. 8 to 22
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: LH 185
      Instructor: Hayley Botha
      Cost: $75
  • Grant Writing I
    Successful grant writing takes skill and knowledge. This class covers the foundations of grant writing including terminology,
    types of funding sources, how to read a request for proposal, and budgets. Learn the fundamental components of a grant
    proposal and how to research funding opportunities and prepare a grant proposal.
    • Course # CEU 0705 70
      .2 CEUs
      Mon., Oct. 19
      3–5 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Jennifer Dyer
      Cost: $60
  • Proactively Working with the Media
    Approaching the media to create promotional opportunities for your business or organization can seem intimidating
    and overwhelming. However, earned media is an incredibly valuable and cost-effective tool to convey messages and
    give call to actions. In this introduction to working with the media class, we will review media types and learn how to best
    leverage each type, secure earned media, pitch reporters, and use earned media to maximize promotional opportunities. We
    will discuss interview tactics and conduct media training for each participant.
    • Course # CEU 0981 70
      .4 CEUs
      Mon., Oct. 5
      2–5 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Kerstin Ellis
      Cost: $60
  • If You Brand it, They Will Come
    Some brands are more easily marketable that others. Creating a great brand will save you time, effort, and money in the end
    when it comes to marketing and advertising efforts. This class will offer tips for branding your business to boost its appeal
    and make it easy to market. If you are considering starting a business or are already in the start-up phase, this class is for you.
    • Course # CEU 0453 70
      .2 CEUs
      Sat., Sept. 26
      9–11 a.m.
      Location: BU 219
      Instructor: Amber Pollock
      Cost: $60
  • NALA Examination Review
    Prepare for the CLA/CP exam by taking this noncredit class. It is not the NALA sponsored Short Course for CLA Certifying
    Exam. Bring a copy of the CLA Review Manual, latest edition.
    • Course # CEU 0950 60
      3.0 CEUs
      Fri., Sept. 11 to Nov. 20
      12–1 p.m.
      Location: LH 172
      Instructor: Mary Kubichek
      Cost: $150
  • QuickBooks: Fundamentals
    Explore QuickBooks fundamentals, such as basic program features and how to create a company file in this introductory
    class. We will cover recording checks and deposits, reconciling bank accounts, setting up customer and vendor
    records, entering and reconciling credit card transactions, recording NSF transactions, and basic reports. Discover how
    easy QuickBooks is to use.
    • Course # CEU 1153 60
      .4 CEUs
      Fri., Sept. 11
      7:30–11:30 a.m.
      Location: BU 125
      Instructor: Heather Hudson, CPA, Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor
      Cost: $95
  • Starting a Business
    Learn how to turn you great ideas into a viable business. We will discuss the steps to starting your own business,
    unknowns that usually take new business owners by surprise, idea viability, and how to market your idea to your target
    market.
    • Course # CEU 0515 70
      .2 CEUs
      Tue., Oct. 20
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Dana Volney
      Cost: $60
  • Strategic Planning Basics for Your Business
    To determine where your business is going, your organization needs to know exactly where it stands and then determine
    where it wants to go and how it will get there. The resulting document is a strategic plan. We will discuss the basic steps
    and tools to analyze your business and develop a strategic plan.
    • Course # CEU 1090 80
      .2 CEUs
      Tue., Oct. 27
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 218
      Instructor: Dana Volney
      Cost: $60
  • Words That Work: Dynamics of Effective Conversation
    If you are looking for more satisfying communication at work, in your family, or other important groups this class will help you
    fulfill that goal. This class, based on the work of psychologist Marshall Rosenberg, Ph.D., offers a fresh approach to
    enhancing conversation and working with conflict in your life. Bring a copy of Choosing Peace: New Ways to Communicate
    to Reduce Stress, Create Connection, and Resolve Conflict by Ike Lasater and John Kinyon to class.
    • Course # CEU 0516 70
      1.6 CEUs
      Mon., Sept. 21 to Nov. 9
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: LH 171
      Instructor: Marilyn Mullen, MA
      Cost: $85
  • Writing for Business
    No matter the business or industry, writing is central to credibility, accuracy, and communication. We will discuss
    etiquette on writing emails, letters, and other professional correspondence; using and creating style guides; and
    proofreading and editing techniques.
    • Course # CEU 0700 60
      .3 CEUs
      Wed., Sept. 16
      5:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Rachel Bouzis
      Cost: $60
    • Course # CEU 0700 70
      .3 CEUs
      Wed., Sept. 23
      5:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Rachel Bouzis
      Cost: $60
    • Course # CEU 0700 71
      .3 CEUs
      Sat., Oct. 10
      9 a.m.–noon
      Location: LH 171
      Instructor: Rachel Bouzis
      Cost: $60
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS (PTSB)
  • Autism and Asperger’s Disorder: Information and Effective Intervention Strategies
    This class will help you better understand autism and Asperger’s disorder, provide intervention strategies to
    enhance communication and learning, and teach more conventional behaviors. The class provides information on the
    characteristics of the disorder, learning styles associated with the disorder, communication weaknesses, and intervention
    strategies proven to be successful when working with students with autism spectrum disorders. To register go to virtualeduc.com/casper.
    • Course # CEU 0110 N1
      3 CEUs
      Location: Online
      Instructor: Dr. Marrea Winnega
      Cost: $195
  • Behavior is Language: Strategies for Managing Disruptive Behavior
    Develop a new perspective on student behavior and effective tools for facilitating positive student change. This class
    provides a developmental framework for understanding what students are trying to tell you through the “language” of their
    behavior, and techniques and intervention strategies that remediate disruptive behaviors, reduce power struggles while
    increasing classroom control, and reduce your workloads and burnout. Find creative, effective solutions for you and
    students. To register go to virtualeduc.com/casper.
    • Course # CEU 0111 N1
      3 CEUs
      Location: Online
      Instructor: Mick Jackson
      Cost: $195
  • Harassment, Bullying, and Cyber-Intimidation in Schools
    This class will discuss definitions and the personal, social, and legal ramifications associated with sexual harassment,
    bullying, and cyber-intimidation. We will explore preventative strategies and how to address issues when they occur. A clear
    understanding of what constitutes harassment and its harmful effects on people and institutions is essential to providing a
    safe and inclusive school environment for all. To register go to virtualeduc.com/casper.
    • Course # CEU 0112 N1
      3 CEUs
      Location: Online
      Instructor: Candyce Reynolds
      Cost: $195
  • Museum Mosaics
    Learn how to use Casper museums to supplement and expand student learning with focused hands-on, participatory
    experiences. Museums offer unique opportunities in an informal setting, which allows students to build a variety of cognitive
    skills including critical thinking and analysis. Discover how a museum experience can affect a student’s effort and attitude.
    Each museum offers specialized experiences that can enhance the student’s understanding of social, cultural, and scientific
    information while stimulating the student’s natural curiosity. We will visit Casper museum educators and staff to discover how
    they can increase student knowledge, develop lesson plans, and create outreach strategies to take back to the classroom.
    Participants will earn 1 PTSB credit.
    • Course # CEU 0115 70
      1.4 CEUs
      Mon., Oct. 5 to Nov. 16
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: TM 108
      Instructor: Patti Wood Finkle
      Cost: $75
  • Reading and Writing in Content Area
    Learn how to teach reading and writing in various subject matter fields at the secondary level including vocabulary building,
    comprehension, and writing skills and methods for motivating adolescents to read and write. We will discuss how to recognize
    reading difficulties, assess textbooks, and the integration of reading strategies within a content area. The strategies taught
    are aligned with the Praxis Reading Across the Curriculum test guide and the Reading in the Content Area national standards. To
    register go to virtualeduc.com/casper.
    • Course # CEU 0116 N1
      3 CEUs
      Location: Online
      Instructor: Pamela Bernards
      Cost: $195
  • Teaching Elementary Math Conceptually: A New Paradigm
    Expand your methodology for teaching mathematics by exploring an innovative teaching model that incorporates strategies for
    teaching concepts constructively and contextually. The goal is for you to gain a deeper understanding of the underlying
    concepts of various math topics and to explore the principles of teaching those concepts to learners. This class will focus on
    the topics of number sense, basic operations, and fractions. To register go to virtualeduc.com/casper.
    • Course # CEU 0117 N1
      3 CEUs
      Location: Online
      Instructor: VESi Staff
      Cost: $195
  • Understanding and Implementing Common Core Standards
    The organization of the class covers the rationale for and design of the Common Core State Standards, the common core mindset
    practitioners need for successful implementation, and specific actions you can take for deeper implementation across settings.
    To register go to virtualeduc.com/casper.
    • Course # CEU 0118 N1
      3 CEUs
      Location: Online
      Instructor: Steve Dahl
      Cost: $195
OCCUPATIONAL SPANISH
Occupational Spanish is a nongrammar-based approach to teaching focused, job-specific commands. Participants will
learn industry specific words and phrases that will help them communicate with Spanish-speaking people in the workplace.
FALL 2015
  • Spanish for First Responders
    This class provides non-Spanish speaking first responders with communication and cultural tools to help provide medical care
    and attention to Spanish-speaking patients with an emphasis on quality patient care. No prior knowledge of Spanish is
    necessary.
    • Course # CEU 0194 60
      1.5 CEUs
      Mon. and Wed., Aug. 31 to Sept. 30
      6–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 202A
      Instructor: Guadalupe Jimenez Merino
      Cost: $189
  • Spanish for Law Enforcement Officers
    This class provides non-Spanish speaking law enforcement officers with communication and cultural tools to help provide
    medical care and attention to Spanish-speaking patients with an emphasis on quality patient care. No prior knowledge of
    Spanish is necessary.
    • Course # CEU 0195 60
      1.5 CEUs
      Tue. and Thur., Sept. 1 to Oct. 1
      6–7:30 p.m.
      Location: LH 286
      Instructor: Guadalupe Jimenez Merino
      Cost: $189
  • Spanish for Nursing and Medical Personnel
    This class provides non-Spanish speaking nurses with communication and cultural tools to help provide medical care
    and attention to Spanish-speaking patients with an emphasis on quality patient care. No prior knowledge of Spanish is
    necessary.
    • Course # CEU 0192 60
      1.5 CEUs
      Tue. and Thur., Sept. 1 to Oct. 1
      4:30–6 p.m.
      Location: LH 286
      Instructor: Guadalupe Jimenez Merino
      Cost: $189
  • Spanish for School Administrators, Teachers, and Support Staff
    This class provides Spanish language skills to help school personnel communicate with Spanish-speaking parents,
    visitors, and children. No prior knowledge of Spanish is necessary.
    • Course # CEU 0191 60
      1.5 CEUs
      Mon. and Wed., Aug 31 to Sept. 30
      4:30–6 p.m.
      Location: LH 285
      Instructor: Guadalupe Jimenez Merino
      Cost: $189


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SUMMER 2015
  • Microsoft Word 2013: Advanced
    This hands-on class will cover advanced formatting such as page and section breaks, using tables, drawing, column tools,
    inserting tables of contents, footnotes and endnotes, setting up references and mail merging, and sharing and protecting
    documents. There will be lots of tips and tricks to manage text and objects. All participants are advised to take Microsoft Word:
    Intermediate before taking this class.
    • Course # CEU 1103 02
      .6 CEUs
      Tue. and Thur., Aug. 18 and 20
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1103 03
      .6 CEUs
      Sat., Aug. 22
      9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
FALL 2015
  • Android: Beginner Tablets and Phones
    This class is for the absolute beginner or for someone who wants to learn more about the Android operating system and
    loading music and photos. We will cover settings, setting up your Google account and email, backing up, Google apps,
    purchasing apps, and web surfing. Bring your devices to class.
    • Course # CEU 1140 60
      .25 CEUs
      Tue., Sept. 8
      6–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Don Lewis
      Cost: $45
    • Course # CEU 1140 70
      .25 CEUs
      Sat., Sept. 26
      9:30–noon
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Don Lewis
      Cost: $45
  • Get to Know Your MAC
    The MAC computer was intended to be different. Learn MAC basics, tips, and tricks, and get the answers to your MAC howto
    questions. Bring your laptop to class.
    • Course # CEU 1001 70
      .5 CEUs
      Sat., Oct. 17
      9 a.m.–2 p.m.
      Location: BU 307
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
  • Google in the Cloud
    This introductory class will help you get the most out of Google apps and services. We will discuss setup and use of Google
    Drive, docs, sheets, and slides. We will cover Gmail, Google contacts, and Google calendar. By using these services, you
    will be able to keep your phone, tablet, and computer in sync with each other.
    • Course # CEU 1030 60
      .25 CEUs
      Sat., Sept. 12
      9:30 a.m.–noon
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Don Lewis
      Cost: $45
    • Course # CEU 1030 70
      .25 CEUs
      Tue., Sept. 22
      6–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 115
      Instructor: Don Lewis
      Cost: $45
  • Introduction to Computers
    This class is a fun way to learn about computer basics, such as how do computers work, what is important to know before
    buying a computer, how to start, where to save files, surfing essentials, and backing up data. No prior computer knowledge
    required.
    • Course # CEU 1000 60
      .6 CEUs
      Sat., Sept. 12
      9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
  • iPad: Intermediate
    Get the most out of your iPad and enhance your productivity. Learn user tips and tricks, including using iTunes, helpful app s
    to get started, syncing with iTunes, organizing, and personal and professional uses of the iPad. This class is the next class
    after iPad Beginner. Bring your iPad to class with the latest operating system installed.
    • Course # CEU 1142 80
      .25 CEUs
      Sat., Nov. 14
      9:30 a.m.–noon
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Daniel Dike
      Cost: $55
  • Microsoft Excel 2013: Basic
    This hands-on introduction to spreadsheets includes how to create, edit, format, print, and work with multiple worksheets;
    create charts, templates, and tables; apply formulas and functions; and use custom number formatting. You should
    have a basic understanding of computers to take this class, otherwise, consider taking Introduction to Computers. Bring a
    jump drive to class.
    • Course # CEU 1111 70
      .6 CEUs
      Mon. and Wed., Sept. 21 and 23
      1:30–4:30 p.m.
      Location: BU 125
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1111 71
      .6 CEUs
      Sat., Sept. 26
      9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
      Location: BU 307
      Instructor: Tonya Nichols
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1111 72
      .6 CEUs
      Sat., Oct. 3
      9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1111 73
      .6 CEUs
      Tue. and Thur., Oct. 13 and 15
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: GW 115
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
  • Microsoft Excel 2013: Comprehensive
    This four-day class combines the Excel basic, intermediate, and advanced classes into one comprehensive class. This integrated
    class is for people who are serious about learning Excel 2013 .
    • Course # CEU 1047 80
      1.6 CEUs
      Mon. thru Thur., Dec. 7 to 10
      5:30–9 p.m.
      Location: BU 125
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $180
  • Microsoft Excel 2013: Intermediate
    This hands-on class will cover managing workbooks, using tables, automating table data, enhancing charts and worksheets,
    sharing Excel files, and incorporating Web information. Bring a jump drive to class. This intermediate class is for people who
    have completed Microsoft Excel: Basic.
    • Course # CEU 1112 70
      .6 CEUs
      Mon. and Wed., Oct. 5 and 7
      1:30–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1112 71
      .6 CEUs
      Sat., Oct. 10
      9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 115
      Instructor: Tonya Nichols
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1112 80
      .6 CEUs
      Tue. and Thur., Nov. 3 and 5
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
  • Microsoft Excel 2013: Advanced
    This hands-on class will cover advanced formulas, charts, and formatting. Microsoft Excel 2013 has amazing tools like Flash
    Fill, which makes data entry easier than ever. Once you see lists, subtotals, conditional formatting, pivot tables, and macros
    in action you will wonder how you ever went without them. Participants should take Microsoft Excel 2013: Introduction
    before taking this class.
    • Course # CEU 1113 80
      .6 CEUs
      Mon. and Wed., Nov. 2 and 4
      1:30–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1113 81
      .6 CEUs
      Sat., Nov. 7
      9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1113 82
      .6 CEUs
      Tue. and Thur., Nov. 17 and 19
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: GW 115
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
  • Microsoft Excel 2013: Optimum
    This class is for basic and intermediate Excel users. Learn the most popular tools in Excel: pivot tables, macros, enhanced
    charts, formulas, importing and exporting data, dealing with printing issues, named ranges, tables, data validation, and
    creating templates.
    • Course # CEU 1100 80
      .6 CEU
      Sat., Dec. 12
      9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Tonya Nichols
      Cost: $80
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2013: Basic
    This hands-on introductory class will help you transform your ideas into extraordinary professional slideshow presentations,
    presenter notes, and audience handouts. You will learn how to create, modify, enhance, and customize your presentation. You
    should have a basic understanding of computers to take this class, otherwise, consider taking Introduction to Computers.
    Bring a jump drive to class.
    • Course # CEU 1121 60
      .6 CEUs
      Tue. and Thur., Sept. 8 and 10
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: BU 127
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1121 61
      .6 CEUs
      Sat., Sept. 12
      9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
      Location: BU 127
      Instructor: Tonya Nichols
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1121 80
      .6 CEUs
      Mon. and Wed., Nov. 30 and Dec. 2
      1:30–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
  • Microsoft Word 2013: Introduction
    This hands-on introduction to word processing covers how to create, edit, and format documents; insert objects, change
    layouts, manage the ribbon, and default settings. You should have a basic understanding of computers to take this class, or
    consider taking Introduction to Computers. Bring a jump drive to class.
    • Course # CEU 1101 60
      .6 CEUs
      Mon. and Wed., Sept.14 and 16
      1:30–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1101 70
      .6 CEUs
      Sat., Sept. 26
      9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
      Location: BU 125
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1101 71
      .6 CEUs
      Tue. and Thur., Sept. 29 and Oct. 1
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: BU 127
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1101 72
      .6 CEUs
      Sat., Oct. 24
      9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Tonya Nichols
      Cost: $80
  • Microsoft Word 2013: Comprehensive
    This four-day class combines the Word introduction, intermediate, and advanced classes into one comprehensive
    class. This integrated class is for people who are serious about learning Word 2013.
    • Course # CEU 1020 60
      1.6 CEUs
      Mon. thru Thur., Sept. 14 to 17
      5:30–9 p.m.
      Location: BU 125
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $180
  • Microsoft Word 2013: Intermediate
    Participants will learn how to create graphics, merge documents, create and use styles and templates, and develop
    multi-page documents. This class is for people who have completed Microsoft Word: Basic.
    • Course # CEU 1102 70
      .6 CEUs
      Mon. and Wed., Sept. 28 and 30
      1:30–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1102 71
      .6 CEUs
      Tue. and Thur., Oct. 6 and 8
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: GW 115
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1102 80
      .6 CEUs
      Sat., Nov. 14
      9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Tonya Nichols
      Cost: $80
  • Microsoft Word 2013: Advanced
    This hands-on class will cover advanced formatting such as page and section breaks, using tables, drawing, column tools,
    inserting tables of contents, footnotes and endnotes, setting up references and mail merging, and sharing and protecting
    documents. There will be lots of tips and tricks to manage text and objects. Participants should take Microsoft Word:
    Intermediate before taking this class.
  • Course # CEU 1103 80
    .6 CEUs
    Mon. and Wed., Nov. 16 and 18
    1–4:30 p.m.
    Location: GW 222
    Instructor: Kari Eighmy
    Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1103 81
      .6 CEUs
      Sat., Nov. 21
      9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1103 82
      .6 CEUs
      Tue. and Thur., Dec. 1 and 3
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: GW 115
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
  • Windows 8.1
    Windows 8.1 was designed with the user in mind. Learn the operating basics and helpful tips and tricks. Bring your laptop
    with Windows 8.1 installed and updated.
    • Course # CEU 1046 60
      .5 CEUs
      Tue., Sept.1
      9 a.m. –2 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1046 80
      .5 CEUs
      Sat., Dec. 5
      9 a.m. –2 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80
    • Course # CEU 1046 81
      .5 CEUs
      Mon. and Wed., Dec. 7 and 9
      1:30–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Kari Eighmy
      Cost: $80


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The Center for Training and Development at Casper College is your link to quality, customized training. Increase productivity and gain a competitive advantage by providing your employees with training that is:

  • Designed to meet the needs
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  • Cost effective
  • Taught by qualified instructors
  • Provide on site, on campus, or online
  • Offered at convenient dates and times

 

  • Sampling of Customized Training Offered
    • Leadership and Management
    • Leading change
    • Team building
    • Generational differences
    • Conflict resolution
    • Myers-Briggs

  • Computer Technology
    • Microsoft Office
    • Quckbooks
    • Outlook
    • CAD
  • Communications
    • Professional writing
    • Public speaking
    • Sales
    • PowerPoint presentations
    • Spanish in the workplace

  • Healthcare
    • First aid
    • CPR
    • Coding
    • Health IT
    • Phlebotomy
  • Customer Service
    • Frontline service
    • Internal and external customers
    • Customer service culture

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    • MSHA and OSHA
    • HAZWOPER
    • High angle rescue
    • Emergency service
    • Confined spaces
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For program details, please contact:

268-2124
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Empower Train Employ (formerly known as ETSS) is a grant funded program at Casper College through the Department of Family Services. Each year, research and needs assessments are conducted to locate industries and occupations with high growth rates or a demonstrated need for qualified employees. ETE develops training programs for these areas. The training received is designed for participants to fill gaps in the local labor market and includes targeted courses to encourage professionalism and job retention.

The training is provided at no cost to participants. ETE recognizes the hardships that parents may face as they try to better themselves and continue to provide for their families, and in many cases the program can provide financial assistance or referrals to help with the cost of transportation, interview clothing, job screening, living, and more.

Though time commitments vary greatly for each program, participants will typically attend training for 8 to 20 weeks with a time commitment of 20-30 hours a week.

  • Requirements for Participants:
    • Be a parenting adult (children must be 17 years or younger)
    • Income qualify (contact for further guidelines)
    • Complete an interview and program screenings
    • Commit to attend all class and program sessions
  • Participants Receive:
    • Hands-on skills training
    • Life skills training
    • Professional development
    • Continuing education credits
    • Community involvement
    • Books and supplies

Upcoming Programs:

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Coming Soon . . .


Checklist:
  1. Contact Ashley Mikels at (307) 268-2124 or as soon as possible to be placed on the interview list.
    You will be asked to provide the following information:
    • Full name
    • Contact information
    • Number of children and child age
    • Marital status
    • Current employment information
    • Household income

  2. Wait for Ashley to contact you to schedule an interview (one or two months before program begins).
    You will need to bring the following to the interview:
    • Driver’s License or State Issued ID
    • Social Security Card or Birth Certificate
    • Verification of parenthood in the form of a social security card or birth certificate for each childs
    • Verification of household income

  3. Wait for notification of acceptance into ETE.
    Upon acceptance, you may be required to attend a meeting with Ashley to go over any initial requirements or expectations.

  4. Attend all training as scheduled.
    • Throughout the training, you may schedule meetings with Ashley or Casper College Career Services to receive individual assistance with applying for jobs, resumes, and cover letters.
    • In addition, Ashley can also provide assistance with goal setting, financial issues and budgeting, and community referrals.

  5. Seek employment.
    • Casper College Career Services and Casper Workforce Center are here to assist you with this.
    • Ashley may notify you of jobs that become available and assist with applying.

  6. Follow up with Ashley after training.
    • You will be contacted once a month to provide an update on employment status, wage data, and job retention.
    • Notify Ashley of employment prior to the first day to receive additional assistance (job supplies, screenings, or related costs).

Employers:

Notify us if you have opportunities for potential employment, job shadowing, or further training. ETE also welcomes suggestions for future programs and feedback on program success. Contact us to request flyers for our latest programs or to be placed on the email list for program updates.

 


Partners:
 

ETE welcomes a number of businesses, local organizations, and individuals as partners, providing support, referrals, educational opportunities, services, or supplies for participants. Thank you to each of you:

  • Casper Area Economic Development Alliance
  • Casper Area Transportation Coalition
  • Casper College Adult Learning Center
  • Casper College Career Services
  • Central Wyoming Rescue Mission
  • Cent$ible Nutrition
  • Community Action
  • Davidson Mechanical
  • Department of Family Services
  • Department of Workforce Services
  • Ferguson Plumbing
  • First Interstate Bank
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Interfaith of Natrona County
  • Life Net
  • Med Form of Casper
  • Mercer Family Resource Center
  • Roto Rooter
  • Seton House
  • Teton Buildings

FAQ:
  • If I do not have a high school diploma, HiSET, or GED, do I qualify for the program?
    You still qualify for the program, but you must be making progress toward obtaining HiSET. Casper College’s Adult Learning Center can help with this.

  • If I have a criminal history, do I qualify for the program?
    This is dependent upon the specific occupation that you are interested in training for. ETE will not train you in an occupation if there is no chance of you being successful in this occupation due to previous criminal convictions.

  • Do I have to be a single mom in order to qualify?
    Absolutely not. The requirements state that you must be a parenting adult, so rather you’re a mother or father, single or married, you meet this requirement.

  • I interviewed and was not accepted for the program. What do I do now?
    You will have the opportunity to interview for another program in the future if you remain in contact with the program advisor. The class may have been too full to accept you or you may need to address some obstacles prior to being accepted.
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The H-1B Technical Skills Training program funds projects that provide training and related activities to workers to assist them in gaining the skills and competencies needed to obtain or upgrade employment in high-growth industries and economic sectors. Funds are used to provide job training and related activities to assist workers in gaining the skills and competencies needed to obtain or upgrade employment positions in high-growth industries and economic sectors. The target population for this grant includes, but is not limited to, long-term unemployed and veterans.

Candidates for education and training funded through these grants should not be at the beginning of a career pathway (entry-level training is prohibited). Eligible participants must be permitted to work in the US, possess a high school diploma/GED, be 18 year or older and have completed some post-secondary education or work experience that is in the field of study in the defined career pathway.

The participant should consider the probability to complete the coursework, secure employment, and remain employed in the career path chosen through this grant for at least one three quarters following the training program completion. The ultimate goal is for the participant to secure employment in the goal occupation for which they are trained and remain in unsubsidized employment for three or more quarters following training. Each student will complete all required applications and tracking forms to ensure grant program outcomes. Participant enrollment, tracking, and wage data are requirements under this grant.


CHECKLIST for H-1B Grant Training Programs:

  1. CC Contact Ann Dalton at 307-268-2085 or adalton@caspercollege.edu to receive program paperwork and information.

  2. CC Call 307-268-2085 to schedule an appointment to return completed paperwork, interview, discuss program requirements and expectations.
    Bring the following items to your interview: proof of eligibility to work in the United States, school documentation (HS Diploma/GED, college transcripts, licensure, etc.), CPR Certification, and military discharge papers, if applicable.
    • Visit wyomingatwork.com to create a Wyoming at Work account prior to meeting. Bring in copy of account creation confirmation.
    • You must be on time for your interview, with all required documents listed above.
    • Provide a copy of your resume to the program advisor to be retained in your file.
    Note – all paperwork, documentation, and interview must be completed prior to the application deadline. Due to time constraints, interviews will done be scheduled once the application deadline has passed.

  3. CC Medical Billing and Coding participants who are not in Casper must fax all items prior to interview to 307-268-3111/Attn: Ann Dalton and schedule an interview by phone.

  4. CC Notification of acceptance into H1B program: This step is your final acceptance into your career training through the H1B grant. Upon registration, you will receive confirmation from Casper College which will include class dates, time, and location.

  5. CC Job preparation, application and employment: Participants will be able to obtain assistance with resume writing, job application, interviewing and job search strategies training in partnership with the Casper Department of Workforce Services and Casper College Career Services Center.
    • Participants will be required to actively seek employment with support from Casper College Career Services Center and the Casper Workforce Center.
    • Provide a copy of resume to case manager to be retained in your file, as well as a list of employers where you have applied.

  6. CC Follow up with case manager throughout and after training: Participants are required to contact case manager with updates and questions related to the training program, employment status, wage data, and changes to contact information. Tracking will take place for one year following program completion.

  7. CC Continuation to Advanced Degree: Career pathway continuation to industry degree – speak with a career counselor.
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Clinical Medical Assistant

CMAsMedical Assistants perform routine clinical tasks to keep medical offices running smoothly including administering medications, obtaining laboratory specimens for testing, educating patients, and maintaining clinical equipment.

  • 15 week program. Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6:00-9:30; Saturday sessions from 9:00-4:30p
  • 140 Classroom Hours and 160 Clinical hours (optional)
  • Participants receive CPR certification and NHA certification
  • Grant may also cover fees, books and supplies.
  • Next session: September 8 - December 15
  • Deadline to apply is August 10

Summary Report for 31-9092.00 - Medical Assistants

Perform administrative and certain clinical duties under the direction of a physician. Administrative duties may include scheduling appointments, maintaining medical records, billing, and coding information for insurance purposes. Clinical duties may include taking and recording vital signs and medical histories, preparing patients for examination, drawing blood, and administering medications as directed by physician. (www.onetonline.org)

Sample of reported job titles:
Medical Assistant, Certified Medical Assistant (CMA), Certified Medical Assistant (CMA), Doctor's Assistant, Medical Office Assistant, Optometric Assistant, Clinical Assistant, Ophthalmic Technician, Optometric Technician, Outpatient Surgery Assistant
(www.onetonline.org)

CMAs
State and National Trends
United States Employment Percent
Change
Job
Openings (1)
2010 2020
Medical Assistants 527,600 690,400 +31% 24,380
Wyoming Employment Percent
Change
Job
Openings (1)
2010 2020
Medical Assistants 500 630 +26% 70
(1) Job Openings refers to the average annual job openings due to growth and net replacement.

State and National Wages
Location Pay
Period
2012
10% 25% Median 75% 90%
United States Hourly $10.14 $11.99 $14.12 $17.01 $19.99
Yearly $21,100 $24,900 $29,400 $35,400 $41,600
Wyoming Hourly $10.85 $12.43 $14.30 $16.60 $18.13
Yearly          
(www.careerinfonet.org)
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Dental Assistant Program

DMADental Assistants keep the office running smoothly and provide important support for the dentist including preparation of the work area, making patients comfortable, taking and processing x-rays and perform other office management tasks.

  • 6 week program. Monday and Thursdays from 5:30-8:30; Saturdays 8:00-12:00. Monday and Thursday classes at Casper College; Saturday classes at Hilltop Family Dental.
  • Participants receive CPR certification and X-Ray certification
  • Grant may also cover fees, books and supplies.
  • Next session: September 14 - October 24
  • Deadline to apply is August 7

Summary Report for 31-9091.00 - Dental Assistants

Assist dentist, set up equipment, prepare patient for treatment, and keep records.
(www.onetonline.org)

Sample of reported job titles:
Dental Assistant, Registered Dental Assistant (RDA), Certified Dental Assistant (CDA), Expanded Duties Dental Assistant (EDDA), Orthodontic Assistant, Certified Registered Dental Assistant, Oral Surgery Assistant, Surgical Dental Assistant, Expanded Dental Assistant, Expanded Duty Dental Assistant.t. (www.onetonline.org)

DMA
State and National Trends
United States Employment Percent
Change
Job
Openings (1)
2010 2020
Dental Assistants 297,200 388,900 +31% 15,400
Wyoming Employment Percent
Change
Job
Openings (1)
2010 2020
Dental Assistants 530 680 +29% 70
(1) Job Openings refers to the average annual job openings due to growth and net replacement.

State and National Wages
Location Pay
Period
2012
10% 25% Median 75% 90%
United States Hourly $11.32 $13.64 $16.59 $19.86 $22.87
Yearly $23,500 $28,400 $34,500 $41,300 $47,600
Wyoming Hourly $12.16 $13.54 $16.05 $18.51 $21.05
Yearly $25,300 $28,200 $33,400 $38,500 $43,800
(www.careerinfonet.org)

 

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Basic IV Therapy

IV TherapyThe State of Wyoming requires all LPN’s to obtain IV Therapy recertification every two years. Participants must attend both days of class, pass a final exam with a score of 80% or higher, complete 16 hours of clinical time within six (6) weeks, and successfully start three IV’s in the clinical setting to obtain recertification. This class uses Wyoming State Board of nursing approved curriculum. LPN license required.

  • 2 day program. Saturday and Sunday 8a-5p
  • Participant receive IV Therapy certification
  • Grant may also cover supplies and books.
  • Next session: Fall 2015 (contact Ann Dalton for more information)

Summary Report for 29-2061.00 – Licensed Practical Nurses

Care for ill, injured, or convalescing patients or persons with disabilities in hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, private homes, group homes, and similar institutions. May work under the supervision of a registered nurse. Licensing required.

State and National Trends
United States Employment Percent
Change
Job
Openings (1)
2010 2022
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 738,400 921,300 +25% 36,310
Wyoming Employment Percent
Change
Job
Openings (1)
2010 2020
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 800 1,000 +25% 110
(www.careerinfonet.org)
IV


State and National Wages
Location Pay
Period
2012
10% 25% Median 75% 90%
United States Hourly $14.89 $16.82 $19.97 $23.26 $27.58
Yearly $31,000 $35,000 $41,500 $48,400 $57,400
Wyoming Hourly $15.65 $17.31 $19.82 $22.53 $25.48
Yearly $32,600 $36,000 $41,200 $46,900 $53,000
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RN Refresher

DMAThis self-study refresher course was developed to help registered nurses review and update their nursing knowledge and skills. This course is offered over the internet and may be completed in one’s home community at a pace and time which best meets individual needs, over a six-month period of time. This course has been approved by the Wyoming State Board of Nursing.

  • 16 week online program (three month completion time)
  • 80 hours clinical time (three month completion time)
  • Participants are eligible to apply for RN license
  • Grant may also cover books.
  • Participants are responsible for coordination of clinical time, liability insurance, immunizations, background check, drug screens, CPR Certification, scrubs, and any other requirements of clinical sites or state licensing agency.
  • Next session: TBA (contact Jennifer Pepple for more information)

Summary Report for 29-1141.00 - Registered Nurses

Assess patient health problems and needs, develop and implement nursing care plans, and maintain medical records. Administer nursing care to ill, injured, convalescent, or disabled patients. May advise patients on health maintenance and disease prevention or provide case management. Licensing or registration required.
(www.onetonline.org)

Sample of reported job titles:
Dental Assistant, Registered Dental Assistant (RDA), Certified Dental Assistant (CDA), Expanded Duties Dental Assistant (EDDA), Orthodontic Assistant, Certified Registered Dental Assistant, Oral Surgery Assistant, Surgical Dental Assistant, Expanded Dental Assistant, Expanded Duty Dental Assistant.t. (www.onetonline.org)

RN
State and National Trends
United States Employment Percent
Change
Job
Openings (1)
2010 2020
Registered Nurses 2,737,400 3,449,300 +26% 120,740
Wyoming Employment Percent
Change
Job
Openings (1)
2010 2020
Registered Nurses 5,130 6,460 +26% 660
(1) Job Openings refers to the average annual job openings due to growth and net replacement.

State and National Wages
Location Pay
Period
2012
10% 25% Median 75% 90%
United States Hourly $21.65 $25.80 $31.48 $37.84 $45.54
Yearly $45,000 $53,700 $65,500 $78,700 $94,700
Wyoming Hourly $21.65 $24.98 $28.67 $33.75 $37.54
Yearly $45,000 $52,000 $59,600 $70,200 $78,100
(www.careerinfonet.org)
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Online Medical Billing and Coding

This online billing and coding course offers the skills needed to perform complex coding and billing procedures. The course covers: CPT (Introduction, Guidelines, Evaluation and Management), specialty fields (such as surgery, radiology and laboratory), ICD-9 (Introduction and Guidelines) and basic claims processes for insurance reimbursements.

  • Course will be completed at participant’s own pace within a 6-month period beginning April 30, 2015. All online coursework must be completed by October 30, 2015. Completion prior to this date is acceptable and encouraged.
  • Participants will be eligible to sit for AAPC CPB exam.
  • Grant may also cover fees, books, and certification exam fee and membership.
  • Next session: April 30th - October 31st.    
  • Deadline to apply: April 10th, 2015

43-3021.02 - Billing, Cost, and Rate Clerks

Compile data, compute fees and charges, and prepare invoices for billing purposes. Duties include computing costs and calculating rates for goods, services, and shipment of goods; posting data; and keeping other relevant records. May involve use of computer or typewriter, calculator, and adding and bookkeeping machines.
(www.onetonline.org)

Sample of reported job titles:
Sample of reported job titles: Accounting Assistant, Accounting Clerk, Accounts Payable Clerk, Accounts Receivable Clerk, Administrative Assistant, Biller, Billing Clerk, Billing Coordinator, Billing Specialist, Office Manager. (www.onetonline.org)

Online Medical Billing and Coding
State and National Trends
United States Employment Percent
Change
Job
Openings (1)
2012 2022
Billing and Posting Clerks 513,800 607,000 +18% 18.780
Wyoming Employment Percent
Change
Job
Openings (1)
2012 2022
Billing and Posting Clerks 700 830 +19% 30
(1) Job Openings refers to the average annual job openings due to growth and net replacement.

 

State and National Wages
(www.careerinfonet.org)
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Logo This project is funded by a grant awarded under the H1B grants, as implemented by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. The collection of the information contained in this packet helps to track the long-term success of this training program. Your personal information is kept confidential and secure and will not be shared with any outside agencies other than those involved with the support or oversight of the H1B grant received by the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, sub-granted to Casper College, and issued by the U.S. Department of Labor. Your information will never be sold or shared with third party agencies through your participation in grant supported training activities.

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Activities Professional Program

Beginning fall 2012, students will earn a certificate of completion that is recognized as satisfying the State of Wyoming Training Course to be a qualified Activities Professional. This move allows the Training Courses to be offered more quickly and effectively to our workers in long-term care facilities.

For more information, Please contact Ann Dalton and view this brochure.

Some Frequently Asked Questions:

  • What do an activities professionals do?
    • Activities professionals provide elderly and disabled clients opportunities to pursue social, mental, creative, spiritual and recreational activities. They plan and implement activity programs for residents that enhance their quality of life. Whether planning a holiday party, playing bingo or leading a stretching class, activities professionals work to provide a better quality of life for their clients. Activities include everything from field trips, games, exercise and crafts to videos, dancing and scrapbooking.

  • Where do activities professionals work?
    • Activities professionals work in long-term care nursing homes, swing bed or subacute units, retirement homes, assisted living centers, boarding homes, adult daycare facilities and senior centers.

  • How much are activities professionals paid?
    • According to a 2005 national activity professional association survey, activity professionals can make between $10 and $19 per hour. Wages are dependent upon facilities, so this is just an estimate.

Casper College APRO Courses:

  • The two-year State Approved and Required APRO program will be compressed into one year.

  • At the time of completion, you will have finished the entire National Certification Council for Activity Professionals Modular Education Program for Activity Professionals (NCCAP/MEPAP) Wyoming State Qualifying professional requirement of OBRA Regulation f tag 249 to direct a long-term care activity program. This is one of the major education components to becoming Nationally Certified, as well as being a State Qualified Activity Professional! This is the only Wyoming based State Approved Activity Course.

  • This Course provides 180 hours of contact class time (instructor with students), along with 180 hours of Practicum’s completion in their home care community. For those of students whom have completed the first APRO year, or even a semester of it, you can start later in the year, to finish! Casper College offers this on campus, with 30 CEU's.
STARS Training Series for Childcare Providers
Wyoming licensed childcare providers are required to take 30 hours of approved continuing education every two years.
The Wyoming Children’s Action Alliance has approved the following classes for STARS credits. Grants are available for
Wyoming licensed childcare program owners for professional development for themselves and their staff through the
Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, Wyoming Quality Counts program. The application is available at
wyqualitycounts.org. Applications must be submitted at least 45 days in advance of the class
For more information:
Sarah Schneider
307-268-3847 or sarahschneider@caspercollege.edu
or visit caspercollege.edu/ctd

NOTE: Grants are available for Wyoming licensed childcare program owners for professional development activities for themselves and their staff through the
Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, Wyoming Quality Counts program. Grant applications must be submitted at least 45 days in advance of the class.

  • A Child’s Connection to the World
    Learn how to how to incorporate all areas of the early childhood classroom into early childhood learning. We will explore language
    and literacy, math, science, social studies, art, sensory centers, music and movement, and dramatic play and discuss the
    importance of embracing different cultures into the curriculum. This class meets STARS requirements of one hour each of
    family, community and cultural relationships, and active learning environment. Reference number 9857.
    • Course # CEU 1700 70
      .2 CEUs
      Tue., Oct. 6
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: LH 185
      Instructors: Jackie Kautzmann and Jill Birkle
      Cost: $35
  • Don’t Worry, There’s Always Chocolate
    Working in the childcare field can be stressful. Learn how to deal with workplace stress, including working with co-workers,
    parents, children, and in the early childhood field itself. The instructors will provide techniques to help de-stress in the
    classroom and review communication and learning styles to aid in classroom instruction. This class meets STARS requirements
    for one hour of professionalism and leadership and one hour of family, community, and cultural relationships. Reference number
    8814.
    • Course # CEU 1720 80
      .2 CEUs
      Tue., Nov. 3
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: LH 185
      Instructors: Jackie Kautzmann and Jill Birkle
      Cost: $35
  • Fake It Until You Become It
    Understand the power of observation and its role in how others perceive you. Using this knowledge, we will review what it takes
    to make a great first and lasting impression. Participants will learn how appearance, body language, attitudes, and actions
    influence other people’s perception of us and how we can control the messages we send about ourselves. This class meets two
    hours of professionalism and leadership STARS requirements. Reference number 9081.
    • Course # CEU 1705 70
      .2 CEUs
      Thur., Sept. 24
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: LH 185
      Instructors: Becca Steinhoff and Kelsy Been
      Cost: $35
  • Play with a Purpose
    Learn what the role of play is in child development and the relationship between play and learning. We will discuss types
    of play and how play affects development. We will explore what a learning-through-play early childhood environment looks like,
    motivating children effectively, and how to support creative, dramatic, constructive, and physically active play. This class
    meets STARS requirements of one hour each of active learning environment and child growth and development. Reference
    number 9856.
    • Course # CEU 1710 70
      .2 CEUs
      Mon., Sept. 21
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: LH 185
      Instructors: Jackie Kautzmann and Jill Birkle
      Cost: $35
  • Portfolios and Assessments
    We will define what portfolios and assessments are and how to use them in the early childhood classroom. You will learn why
    they are important and what they can tell us about the children we care for. We will also review the ages and stages of child
    development including normal behaviors and skills. This class meets STARS requirements of one hour each of child growth and
    development and program and business management. Reference number 9314.
    • Course # CEU 1690 70
      .2 CEUs
      Mon., Oct 19
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: LH 185
      Instructors: Jackie Kautzmann and Jill Birkle
      Cost: $35
  • Conscious Discipline: Building Resilient Classrooms
    Expand your knowledge and understanding of conscious discipline, the revolutionary self-regulation approach that teaches
    skills for lifelong change. You will learn to develop discipline within children instead of you applying the discipline. Join us for
    an in-depth study that will help you create peaceful and loving homes and classrooms. Bring a copy of Conscious Discipline:
    Resilient Classrooms by Becky Bailey to class.
    • Course # CEU 1680 70
      .8 CEUs
      Thur., Sept. 17, Oct. 15, Nov. 12, and Dec. 10
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: LH 167
      Instructors: Kelsey Donnini and Amanda Bagwell
      Cost: $125
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