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Community Education

Community and Economic Development

BUSINESS TRAINING

 

WORK READINESS SERIES

Maintenance Technician (036890)

Schedule         September 22 - November 17, Mondays 8:30a-5:00pm *

                        OSHA Class:  Thursday October 2 & Friday October 3 from 9:00am - 3:00pm  

                        *Monday November 10 is Veterans Day -

                        Class will meet Tuesday November 11 instead

Fee                  $695

Class Limit     12

Locations        CR Community Education 525 D Street Eureka

                         & Annie B Ryan House 1000 F Street Eureka

Instructor        Bob Felter

An initial 10-hour OSHA training, then lecture and hands-on experience covering how to repair most problems encountered with buildings. Includes hand and power tool use and safety, home energy efficiency, rough and finish carpentry, plumbing, electrical, wall repair, heating systems, doors and windows, fasteners, abrasives and paint. The instructor has a varied experience from working as a mechanic, log and timber construction, home repairs and has been a licensed contractor for 25 years.

Utilizing both lecture and hands-on methods, the following areas will be covered:

Construction, repair, and installation of minor items

Electrical and plumbing basics

Painting Basics

Earthquake Safety

MSDS Sheets

10-Hour OSHA Certification

These Work Readiness trainings are brought to you by College of the Redwoods and the Job Market.

Adults 18+ may qualify for a full scholarship through the Humboldt County Department of Health & Human Services’ Employment & Training Division.  For more information on the eligibility process,

contact The Job Market at 441-5627. 

Scholarship decisions are made two weeks in advance of the training start date.

For information on other scholarship eligible trainings, visit The Job Market website:  www.thejobmarket.org/upcomingtrainings

 

 

 

Community edNOTARY PUBLIC CLASS & EXAM (036949) 

Date                       November 4, 2014

Day                         Tuesday

Time                       8:00am – 6:00pm

                                (Re-Commissioning class starts at 12:15)

Class Fee              $105 payable upon registration to CR

                                 (includes class materials)

State Exam Fee    $40 - Check to Secretary of State payable to state proctor day of exam

Class Limit            20

Location                 Classroom at 333 6th Street Suite B Eureka

Instructor               Master's Notary Academy

                          

 Become a California State Notary Public.  California needs additional

professional notaries!.  This class will provide new or previously

commissioned notaries with the education and skills needed to pass

the State proctored examination, detect fraud, and become successful

in a career as a notary.  There is a growing need for notaries in the

expanding financial, real estate, business and law professions.  Become

a valuable employee or own your own business.  This class exceeds

the State qualifications for new applicants and notaries that are renewing

their commissions.  The student will receive a State approved Certificate

of Completion for the class in order to take the State proctored notary

examination.  This is a one-day class that meets the requirements to sit

for the State notary exam.  Commissioned notaries may take this course

six months prior to their commission expiration date. 

Please inquire about the Passport Photo and Live Scan Requirements

Pre-registration and fee required in advance

 

Notary Public Retest/Test (03....)  

Date                        November 4 , 2014

Day                          Tuesday

Time                        3:30pm – 6:00pm

Fee                           $20 payable upon registration to CR

State Exam Fee    $20 retest fee payable to Secretary of State proctor on day of exam

                                  $40 test only fee payable to Secretary of State proctor on day of exam

Class Limit             Subject to availability

Location                Classroom at 333 6th Street Suite B Eureka

Instructor               Master's Notary Academy

  

 

 

CAL FIRE/United States Forest Service Fireline Safety Awareness

for Hired Vendors

 

 

cal fire

CAL FIRE and the United States Forest Service (USFS), in partnership with College of theRedwoods Community Education was able to offer the required 2014 fire season hired equipment safety training. We will plan to do the same for the 2015 fire season. 

Bulldozer operators, water tenders, crew bus drivers, vehicle drivers and mechanics who have a CAL FIRE/USFS agreement or contract requiring annual safety training will need to take this mandatory class or they will not be eligible for contracts for the entire 2014 fire season. This class will offer hired vendors a better understanding of fire safety and give them the knowledge to stay safe while fighting fires during the 2014 fire season.

For hired vendor contract information, call CAL FIRE Humboldt & Del Norte counties at

707-725-4431, Mendocino County at 707-459-7414 and the US Forest Service at

707-441-3514.

 

You are welcome to FAX, mail or phone in your registration information.

Contact Community & Economic Development


Mail: 525 D Street

Eureka, CA 95501

Phone: 707.476.4500 Fax: 707.443.3417

Website: www.redwoods.edu/departments/community-ed

 

COMMAND SPANISH        

                   Group scheduling for 6 or more available

Command Spanish is an occupational Spanish program that teaches

just the phrases one needs in one's job.  Command Spanish

incorporates techniques that teach specific occupational language

in a limited time period.  Instead of focusing on grammar-based

materials, Command Spanish materials utilize phonetic encoding,

a highly effective system that focuses on Spanish pronunciation.

Programs are available in the areas of medical personnel, nursing,

banking, business and industry, education, law enforcement, corrections

and probation, public safety, and many other specific occupations.

CUSTOMIZED BUSINESS TRAINING        

The goal is to help organizations make the most of their most valuable

resource ?PEOPLE- by improving their performance. The focus is on

“tapping into the reservoir of talent and knowledge” that they have

and how they can apply that knowledge today. Getting your entire

organization involved and on the road to “putting the fun back in business”

is the goal. These seminars and workshops can be configured to meet

your organizations time frame and special needs.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

Are You Listening to Me?

Calming the Angry Beast

Customer Service

Effective Communication

Motivating People through Understanding

Problem Solving and Negotiation

Resolving Conflict

Team Building

Time Management

If your specific business training needs are not listed above, or you need

help identifying them through consultation, contact us about our many

different customized training program options.

Contact College of the Redwoods

Community & Economic Development

 525 D Street

Eureka, CA 95501

Phone: 707.476.4500 Fax: 707.443.3417

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