Fall 2012 Featured Classes

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Fall 2012 highlighted classes from UNM Continuing Education. Also includes information on the return of Tuition Remission for Personal Enrichment classes for Fall 2012. Classes include Volunteer Management, swimming, dance, EMT, cooking, and many more.

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Fall 2012 Featured Classes

  1. 1. Fall 2012 Volunteer Management Successful organizations value the commitment of people who share their time, energy and expertise.Tuition Remission Returning Providing an effective and supportive environment for your volunteers will motivate continued participation. for Personal Enrichment Building a Successful Program, 42471 Aug 1 Recruitment, Skill AssessmentEffective Aug. 1, active employees and Training, 42472 Sep 5and retirees will be eligible to applythe equivalent of undergraduate Managing and Motivatingresident tuition for up to one credit Your Volunteers, 42473 Oct 3hour per calendar year to approved Evaluating YourPersonal Enrichment courses Volunteer Program, 42474 Nov 7offered by the Division of Continu-ing Education. In addition, activeemployees and retirees will remaineligible for the equivalent of twoundergraduate resident tuition hoursper calendar year of approved Healthand Fitness Courses, and retireeswill remain eligible for unlimited aca-demic and professional developmentcourses, subject to the provisions ofUniversity Policy 3700.For complete Tuition Remission policyinformation, please contact the Vegetarian Feast Swimming: Level 1benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. August 23 August 21 Substance Abuse Studies FREE Orientation Meeting August 7, 6pm505-277-0077 dce.unm.edu/unm 1634 University Blvd. NE Follow us on /unmce
  2. 2. Emergency Medical Your TuitionTechnician Remission BenefitTrain to work in emergency rooms, Use UNM’s tuition remission for ALLwith ambulance services and for UNM Continuing Education non-creditfire services. classes. This includes Business and Technology, Growth and Enrichment,Emergency Medical Technician Online Courses, Story of New Mexico(EMT) Basic courses and Osher classes. Fall tuition remission benefit for all eligible employ-Aug 6-Nov 28 $799 ees is the equivalent of 8 credit hours.Emergency Medical Technician A separate allotment of one credit hour ($252) per academic year may be applied(EMT) Intermediate to approved personal enrichment coursesAug 18-Jan 7 $1099 and an additional two credit hours ($504) may be applied to approved health and fitness courses. How do I register using Tuition Remission? Walk it in: M-F, 8:00am-5:00pm 1634 University Blvd. NE Mail it in: UNM Continuing Education Attn: Registration MSC07 4030 1 University of New Mexico Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001 Fax it in: 505-277-1990 (24 hrs a day) Tuition Remission forms found online at dce.unm.edu. For complete Tuition Remission policy Italian Film Westcoast Swing & Jitterbug information, please contact the August 23 August 30 benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. Online Training Ed2Go • Gatlin • Skillsoft • Career Step — Courses that fit any schedule!Customized TrainingCustom training is a cost-effective, targeted way to enhancejob skills and workplace performance.Create specialized courses and certificate programs insuch topics as Professional Development, ProfessionalSkills, Health Care, Manufacturing and Engineering,Languages, Information Technology and Digital Arts.If your UNM department would like specialized group instruction,please contact 505-277-6034 or custom-training@dce.unm.edu.UNM Tuition Remission may be used for customized training.505-277-0077 dce.unm.edu/unm 1634 University Blvd. NE Follow us on /unmce Stay on top of UNM Continuing Education’s classes, conferences and events. Sign up for our email newsletter at dce.unm.edu. This flyer contains a minimum of 10% post-consumer fiber. 7/2012

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