Professional/Continuing Education Units (CEU) | Casper College, Wyoming

Professional/Continuing Education Units (CEU)

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We are always looking for new class ideas and instructors. If you would be interested in teaching a community education class, please complete a proposal to teach form.


Facebook for Your Business: Basic

Use Facebook to build successful, engaging marketing campaigns for your business. This class is for people who do not have a business Facebook page set up and would like to learn about tools for everyday use. Bring a laptop or tablet
to class.

  • Course # CEU 1063 60
  • .2 CEUs
  • Tue., Jan. 16
  • 6:30-8:30 p.m.
  • Location: GW 222
  • Instructor: Dana Volney
  • Cost: $60
Facebook for Your Business: Advanced

Facebook can be used to build successful, engaging marketing campaigns for your business. We will discuss Facebook marketing fundamentals, including growing your fan base and driving relevant and authentic engagement with your business. This class is for people who have a current Facebook page that they have used before. Bring a laptop or tablet to class.

  • Course # CEU 1077 60
  • .2 CEUs
  • Tue., Feb. 6
  • 6:30-8:30 p.m.
  • Location: GW 223
  • Instructor: Dana Volney
  • Cost: $60
Grant Writing I

Successful grant writing takes skill and knowledge. Learn the basic skills of grant writing including terminology, funding source types, reading a request for proposal, and budgets. Gain knowledge of the fundamental components of a grant proposal and how to research funding opportunities and prepare a grant proposal.

  • Course # CEU 0705 80
  • .2 CEUs
  • Mon., Apr. 23
  • 3-5 p.m.
  • Location: GW 222
  • Instructor: Jennifer Dyer
  • Cost: $65
Observing Behavioral Cues and Body Language Basics

Recognize individual and group nonverbal traits and cues that can help predict intentions and apply to many professional settings such as personnel management, sales, and education. Focus on safety and security by learning to spot indicators,
environmental effects, the whole picture, and dominance and aggression through practice exercises.

  • Course # CEU 0407 80
  • .1 CEUs
  • Tue., Apr. 10
  • 6-8:30 p.m.
  • Location: LH 184
  • Instructors: Larry Wilson and Michael Cavalier
  • Cost: $85
QuickBooks: Fundamentals I

Discover how easy QuickBooks is to use and explore fundamentals in this introductory class. We will cover basic program features, create a company fi le, how to record checks and deposits, reconcile bank accounts, set up customer and
vendor records, enter and reconcile credit card transactions, record NSF transactions, and run basic reports. Bring a flash drive to class.

  • Course # CEU 1153 70
  • .4 CEUs
  • Mon. and Wed., Feb. 26 and 28
  • 6-8:30 p.m.
  • Location: BU 308
  • Instructor: Jeaneece Schmidt
  • Cost: $95
QuickBooks: Fundamentals II

This class will cover how to invoice customers, receive payments and make deposits; enter and pay bills; manage credit card and loan accounts; and produce, fi lter, and analyze basic QuickBooks reports. “QuickBooks: Fundamentals I” or a basic
understanding of QuickBooks is a prerequisite to take this class. Bring a flash drive to class.

  • Course # CEU 1155 70
  • .4 CEUs
  • Mon. and Wed., Mar. 5 and 7
  • 6-8:30 p.m.
  • Location: BU 308
  • Instructor: Jeaneece Schmidt
  • Cost: $95
Social Media Marketing

Learn how to use key social media platforms such as Facebook, e-newsletter systems, YouTube, and Instagram to promote your business. Participants will learn how to build Facebook and YouTube ads, and how to track those ads for effectiveness in reaching customers. This class is for people who regularly use their Facebook business page and want to learn enhanced social media and email marketing techniques. Bring a laptop to class.

  • Course # CEU 1060 70
  • .6 CEUs
  • Tue., Feb. 13 to 20
  • 6-8:30 p.m.
  • Location: GW 207
  • Instructor: Dana Volney
  • Cost: $110
Words that Work

Discover how to develop satisfying communication at work and with your family or other groups. Based on the work of psychologist Dr. Marshall Rosenberg, this class offers a fresh approach on how to enhance conversations, work with conflict, and understand the brain in relationships. Bring a copy of Rosenberg’s book “Nonviolent Communication, A Language of Life” to class, ISBN 978-1-892005-28-1. This class is certified for SHRM credits

  • Course # CEU 0516 70
  • 1.6 CEUs
  • Tue., Mar. 6 to May 1 (No class Mar. 27)
  • 6-8 p.m.
  • Location: GW 202A
  • Instructor: Marilyn Mullen, MA, CNVC Certifi ed Trainer
  • Cost: $95

PTSB Courses:

Math in Music

Use music to teach math or use math to teach music. This class will provide teachers with the skills to seamlessly integrate music into K-6 math curriculum and to meet math standards. Create lesson plans that teach your students how to hear fractions and stay engaged in the math learning process. This class qualifies for one PTSB credit. NCSD teachers are eligible for a $200 BOCES tuition grant. Please contact Sarah Schneider at 307-268-3847 for details.

  • Course # CEU 2100 70
  • 1.4 CEUs
  • Tue. and Thur., Feb. 20 to Mar. 8
  • 4-6:30 p.m.
  • Location: MU 112
  • Instructors: Nathan Baker and Kendall Jacobs
  • Cost: $250
STEM Standards in the Elementary Classroom

This class will help elementary school teachers develop the skills and knowledge to lead hands-on STEM activities in their classes. We will review the Wyoming Science Standards of 2016 and work through activities in four science content areas: physical science, life science, earth and space science, and engineering and technology. Participants will leave with lesson plans to implement immediately and materials, tools, and resources to help integrate STEM education with other subjects such as language arts, math, social studies, and art. Earn .5 PTSB credits and receive $50 of classroom materials. NCSD teachers are eligible for a $200 BOCES tuition grant. Contact Sarah Schneider at 307-268-3847 for details.

  • Course # CEU 0117 80
  • .8 CEUs
  • Sat., Mar. 24
  • 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
  • Location: The Science Zone, 111 W. Midwest Ave.
  • Instructor: Leah Ritz
  • Cost: $250

Online Classes

Earn 1.5 PTSB credits by taking an ed2go online class. Classesm run for six weeks and cost $89 per class. To gain approval for classes that are not preapproved, contact the Wyoming Professional Teaching Standards Board at 307-777-7291. Classes must be educationally related and fall into one or more of the following categories: improving your role as an educator , improving your classroom skills, improving your knowledge related to your specific teaching area(s), or improving student achievement. To see the complete list of classes or to register go to Following are some of the classes preapproved for PTSB.

• Creating a Classroom Web Site
• Enhancing Language Development in Childhood
• Guided Reading and Writing: Strategies for Maximum Student Achievement
• Integrating Technology in the Classroom
• Teaching ESL/EFL Grammar
• Teaching ESL/EFL Reading
• Teaching ESL/EFL Vocabulary
• Teaching Math: Grades 4–6
• Teaching Science: Grades 4–6
• Teaching Smarter with SMART Boards
• Teaching Students with ADHD
• Using the Internet in the Classroom
• Writing for ESL