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Re-Licensure and Certification

In-Person Workshops

Fundamentals of Engineering Review Course

January 17 – April 4, 2017
All sessions are held on Tuesday evenings, 6:00 – 9:00 PM, in Solon Campus Center 120

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Registration dates and prices:
Register before January 17:
UMD Student: $245
Non-UMD Student: $295

Register on January 17 or later:
UMD Student: $270
Non-UMD Student: $320

Schedule:

Jan 17 – Course Overview, Safety and Prevention, Ethics
Jan 24 – Mathematics
Jan 31 – Probability and Statistics
Feb 07 – Chemistry
Feb 14 – Materials Science/Structure of Matter
Feb 21 – Statics
Feb 28 – Dynamics
Mar 07 – Spring Break—No Class
Mar 14 – Engineering Economics
Mar 21 – Thermodynamics
Mar 28 – Mechanics of Materials
Apr 04 – Discipline-specific breakout sessions: Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical/Computer Engineering, or Mechanical/Industrical Engineering

Apply to take the FE Exam:
Individuals interested in taking the FE Exam must submit an application to the Minnesota Board of AELSLAGID along with the required application fee prior to registering for the exam.
http://mn.gov/aelslagid/

Register for the FE Exam:
Students must register with the NCEES to take the FE EXAM after their application is accepted.
Go to the NCEES site to find the FE-supplied Reference Handbook, locate course materials, and find exam day policies.

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Frontline Leadership Certificate

Transitioning from an individual contributor to a supervisor is not easy. Often, people with strong technical skills are promoted to a leadership role only to find that the skills that made them successful in their old position are vastly different from what is needed to successfully lead others.

Learn more on the Frontline Leadership Certificate page.

Business Communication Certificate

Effective communication skills are necessary for a successful career. Many employers rank spoken and written communication as top skills they look for in job applicants – even ranking them more important than technical or job-specific skills. Our Business Communication Certificate program is designed to help you become the best communicator you can be.

Learn more on the Business Communication Certificate page.

 

Online Courses

Certificate in Business Administration

Online, January 11 – April 28, 2017
Eight Individual Modules: $899 each

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Classes are offered fall and spring semesters. It is possible to complete all eight modules in an academic year. The modules can also be used to fulfill the prerequisite requirement for admission into the UMD Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program. For admission into the certificate program, please contact Tracey Bolen, tbolen@d.umn.edu, 218/726-7520.

Individual Modules
Spring Semester 2017
First half of semester 01/11/2017-03/03/2017
PMBA 2600 Fundamentals of Financial Management
PMBA 2800 Fundamentals of Human Resource Management
Second half of semester 03/13/2017-04/29/2017
PMBA 2300 Fundamentals of Operations Management
PMBA 2700 Fundamentals of Marketing

 

Project Management Test Preparation

Online, self-paced, available anytime
$699 (35 hours; 35 PDUs to qualify for PMI Project Management Professional Exam)

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Experiencing a lack of time to study for the PMP exam? This comprehensive course includes exam-taking tips, 12 comprehensive modules, five process group tests, and two full-length, 200-question practice exams covering the PMBOK Guide areas of knowledge, which will provide a report to help you determine your areas of weakness. After completing the 12 modules (listed below), you will be adequately prepared to pass the PMP examination.

Register for the full PMTP course.

Individual Courses in Project Management Test Preparation

The 12 courses that make up the full Project Management Test Preparation Course may be taken individually. Courses 1 – 11 are 3 hours in length; course 12 is 5 hours. Courses 1 – 11 are $79 each; course 12 is $90.

Click on a course name below to register for individual courses.

 

Studies in Gambling Addiction Certificate (SIGA): Counseling the Pathological Gambler

Online, self-paced, available anytime
Certificate: $1,295 (60 hours), includes Courses 1 and 2
Course 1: $695 (30 hours); Course 2: $695 (30 hours)

Completion of the 60-hour certificate may be applied toward certification by the American Academy of Health Care Providers in Addictive Disorders.

This unique training provides specific knowledge and advanced clinical understanding pertaining to the identification, diagnosis, referral, and treatment of individuals with a gambling disorder. You will learn skills and tools to identify and diagnose a gambling disordered client and how to integrate effective gambling disorder treatment techniques in your practice.

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According to the National Council on Problem Gambling, about 1% of American adults — nearly 3 million people — are pathological gamblers. Another 2%–3% have less serious but still significant problems, and as many as 15 million are at risk. To meet the growing demand for trained professionals in the area of gambling addictions, UMD Continuing Education (CE) and the North American Training Institute (NATI) collaborated on a unique online training program, Studies in Gambling Addiction: Counseling the Pathological Gambler.

This training provides specific knowledge and advanced clinical understanding as it relates to the identification, diagnosis, referral, and treatment of individuals with a gambling addiction. Completion of the 60-hour training may be applied toward certification by the American Academy of Health Care Providers in Addictive Disorders.

Further information on content outlines (for the Certificate, Course 1, and Course 2), activities and assessments, CEU approvals, and policies can be found on the NATI website.

 

Register Now! Certificate Course (60 hours)

 

Course 1:

Upon completion of the Studies in Gambling Addiction Certificate courses, you will be able to:

  • Discuss the importance of the winning phase in the progression of a gambling addiction.
  • Integrate the concept of ‘the bailout’ into a treatment plan for a gambling addiction client.
  • Identify maladaptive behavior and thinking as it relates to the addiction process.
  • Differentiate between the motives for gambling among different gambling types.
  • Identify a personal belief system about winning as it relates to superstition and magical thinking.
  • Describe how the cognitive development of an individual aids in the development of a gambling addiction.
  • Integrate the underlying personality dynamics in assessing pathological gambling.
  • Explain the importance of looking at the entire psychosocial environment when assessing pathological gambling.
  • Identify two models for understanding the functioning of the gambler.
  • Identify methods for assessing the gambler, and list the major assessment tools.
  • Complete an initial assessment and formal diagnosis of a pathological gambler.
  • Demonstrate how DSM-5 Criteria and GA Twenty Questions are used in diagnosis.
  • Differentiate between other disorders and pathological gambling.
  • Discuss the five stages of the grieving process.
  • Integrate the concept of unresolved grief into an understanding of the development of a gambling addiction.
  • Understand the concept of substitute satisfaction and its role in the development of the gambling addiction.
  • Describe the phases of the Miller Treatment Model.
  • Critique the importance of this model in the treatment of an addicted gambler.
  • Apply this concept to a specific caseload.
  • Identify specific learning interventions for pathological gamblers in treatment.
  • Develop a therapeutic cognitive approach in dealing with a pathological gambler.
  • Identify significant psychological factors in the development of a gambling disorder.
  • Integrate working treatment plan skills.

 

Register Now! Part 1 Course (30 hours)

 

Course 2:

Upon completion of the Studies in Gambling Addiction Certificate courses, you will be able to:

  • Examine the role that unmet needs and substitute satisfaction play in the gambling disordered client’s life.
  • Trace the gambler’s unresolved grief episodes to the development of a gambling disorder.
  • Identify three early family history patterns and examine their relationship to the gambling disorder.
  • Trace the gambler’s cycle of rebellion, guilt and shame, and conformity.
  • Describe the ‘Teflon’ and ‘Velcro’ phases of rebellion and conformity.
  • Identify seven elements of the gambler’s dissociative experience.
  • Explain the recommended treatment interventions based on strengths and needs in the area of personal, interpersonal, vocational, financial, and legal.
  • Diagram the significant stress source in the client’s life and the implications for treatment.
  • Identify behaviors and patterns evidenced during the Assessment & Diagnosis: Advanced Questionnaire
  • Utilize news articles to summarize current legal thinking on pathological gambling sentencing.
  • State impressions of client drawn from the House-Tree-Person projective test.
  • Identify significant experiences related to money.
  • Discuss personal attitudes and feelings about money.
  • Relate personal attitudes to counseling practice.
  • Identify the two reasons for the client’s distressing affect.
  • Discuss the importance of isolation of affect.
  • List five personality vulnerabilities in this type of gambler.
  • List eight thinking patterns the gambler uses to deny reality.
  • Analyze the active/passive dimension of the psychodynamic concepts of the pathological gambler.
  • Assess the roles of physical reality and emotional reality in the understanding and treatment of the impulsive disordered client.

 

Register Now! Part 2 Course (30 hours)

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