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SUMMER 2007 - Menu of Professional Development Choice

BACK FALL 2006 ARCHIVES

Welcome to the Staff Development Menu of Professional Development Activities. This menu lists activities that have been identified as appropriate for professional growth. While most of the activities are open to all, there are some which may be specific to one constituent group. Workshops will be identified with target audience.

PLEASE CHECK BACK FREQUENTLY FOR UPDATES AND LATEST INFORMATION!

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ONLINE ACTIVITIES

The Following are pre-approved online activities.
It is recommended that you limit online/video activities to 2 hours per semester or 4 hours per year, and only exceed these limits as necessary.

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activity LOCATION

6/6/07
Wednesday
2-3:30pm

CSI:1 Generation Next
Eve Nighswonger

View the Generation Next DVD, followed by group discussion. NewsHour and Frontline journalist Judy Woodruff examines the lives of 16-25-year-olds across the United States and demystifies this massively diverse group that is hooked on technology, exceedingly tolerant and generally supportive of gay rights and racial differences. It is also a group swamped in debt and facing a future marked by complex global challenges.

Click here for more information.

Maggini 2701

ALL

6/7/07


12:00 - 1:00
Flex Credit 1.0 Hrs.

AA:SP07:54 DSL (Department Safety Leader) –Level 2 SEMS/NIMS
Don Silverek, District Police

This second level training course is mandated by Federal and State law. It is part of preparing staff and faculty to plan, exercise and evaluate their emergency response abilities. Participants will learn why and how the Standardized emergency management System, known as SEMS was developed. The National Incident Management System or NIMS will be explained. They will receive an overview of the Incident Command System or ICS> These three systems will illustrate how our own District fits into the local operational area, regional, state and federal response plan. This level 2 training needs to be taken once and fulfills the mandated requirements of IS-700. Successful completion of both DSL/Level 1 course and the DSL/Level 2 course makes the participant eligible to receive safety gear.

This activity fulfills Article 22 criteria B and AB 1725 criteria 7

Lark 2004

Staff/Regular Faculty

6/7/07
Thursday

2-3:30pm

CSI:2 Generation Next
Eve Nighswonger

View the Generation Next DVD, followed by group discussion. NewsHour and Frontline journalist Judy Woodruff examines the lives of 16-25-year-olds across the United States and demystifies this massively diverse group that is hooked on technology, exceedingly tolerant and generally supportive of gay rights and racial differences. It is also a group swamped in debt and facing a future marked by complex global challenges.

Click here for more information.

Petaluma Campus 101

ALL

6/12/07
Tuesday

10am-12pm

CSI:3 InDesign
John Hemenway

So you’ve used PageMaker and now it’s time to switch to InDesign. This is the workshop for you! We will be covering a broad spectrum of topics designed to get the beginner and switcher (from PageMaker) up to speed with InDesign.

Reservations required. Contact Elizabeth McPherson at 527-4852 to reserve a space. (Minimum of 3 participants preferred.)

Click here for more information.

Doyle 4421

ALL

6/13/07

12:00 - 1:00
Flex Credit 1.0 Hrs.

AA:SP07:54-R DSL (Department Safety Leader) –Level 2 SEMS/NIMS
Don Silverek, District Police

This second level training course is mandated by Federal and State law. It is part of preparing staff and faculty to plan, exercise and evaluate their emergency response abilities. Participants will learn why and how the Standardized emergency management System, known as SEMS was developed. The National Incident Management System or NIMS will be explained. They will receive an overview of the Incident Command System or ICS> These three systems will illustrate how our own District fits into the local operational area, regional, state and federal response plan. This level 2 training needs to be taken once and fulfills the mandated requirements of IS-700.

This activity fulfills Article 22 criteria B and AB 1725 criteria 7

Call Environmental Health & Safety for location

Staff/Regular Faculty

6/13-14/07

8:00-12:00
Flex Credit 8 Hrs.

AA:Sp07:55 Forklift Certification
Rick Hull

All District employees who operate forklifts must be trained and certified. This course covers maintenance, inspection, and safe operation of powered industrial trucks. It is an operator safety course. Attendees must already have training and experience in driving a forklift. A written test and a driving test must be successfully completed to receive an operator’s license. Refresher every three years. Flex credit only for faculty if their job requires operation of forklift truck.

This activity fulfills Article 22 criteria B and C

Call Environmental Health & Safety

Staff & Regular Faculty

6/19/07

12:00 - 1:00
Flex Credit 1.0 Hrs.

AA:SP07:54-R DSL (Department Safety Leader) –Level 2 SEMS/NIMS
Don Silverek, District Police

This second level training course is mandated by Federal and State law. It is part of preparing staff and faculty to plan, exercise and evaluate their emergency response abilities. Participants will learn why and how the Standardized emergency management System, known as SEMS was developed. The National Incident Management System or NIMS will be explained. They will receive an overview of the Incident Command System or ICS> These three systems will illustrate how our own District fits into the local operational area, regional, state and federal response plan. This level 2 training needs to be taken once and fulfills the mandated requirements of IS-700. Successful completion of both DSL/Level 1 course and the DSL/Level 2 course makes the participant eligible to receive safety gear.

This activity fulfills Article 22 criteria B and AB 1725 criteria 7

PC 183

Staff/Regular Faculty

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