An ongoing series of workshops on a wide range of topics that meet the criteria of approved continuing education for social work and mental health practice.
This annual conference is for anyone who wants to learn about the latest data products, methods of access, and applications. Speakers include national and local data experts. In its 30th year.
An annual week-long continuing education professional seminar for municipal clerks in Nebraska. Accredited by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks to provide education towards the Certified Municipal Clerk and Master Municipal Clerk designations.
A one-day conference exploring how to expand the boundaries of democracy for union members, community and faith-based organizations, social work professionals, and others.
A comprehensive noncredit program in the essentials of fundraising for anyone involved with or thinking about a career in fundraising. Approved for CFRE continuing education.
A biennial conference about trends in aging for all professionals in the health care industry, insurance industry, or who provide services to aging adults. Offers continuing education for nursing, social work, and education.
A nationally-accredited comprehensive management development program specifically for current or aspiring managers in government and nonprofits.
This six-month program helps aspiring or emerging supervisors of public and nonprofit agencies hone their managerial and leadership skills. May be used for CEUs in your profession.
The overarching theme of these workshops centers on changes that generate system improvements and explore opportunities for criminal justice reforms.
This series of classes are offered as open enrollment courses for unions members and as contracted courses for specific local unions and their members, state associations, or central labor councils.
Support and Training for the Evaluation of Programs offers a series of workshops on evaluation, and offering continuing education for social work and mental health practice.
The facility is open to alumni and the general public. Schedule a time with the flight training coordinator and provide the necessary documentation for the TSA.
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