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UNM Continuing Education Catalog - Spring 2014

  1. 1. NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION US POSTAGE PAID ALBUQUERQUE, NM PERMIT NO. 39
  2. 2. Table of Contents Business & Technology Custom Training Certificate Programs Online Training Professional Development Supervisory Skills Project Management Event Management Customer Service Instruction and Facilitation Training Administrative Professionals Finance and Accounting Paralegal & Legal Support Careers Grant Writing Volunteer Management Mediation and Conflict Resolution 3 4 6 7 7 8 10 11 11 13 13 14 14 15 15 Health and Wellness Professions 17 Emergency Medical Services 17 Health Care Careers 17 Health Care Careers Online 19 Phlebotomy 20 Personal Training 21 Holistic Health—Center for Life 22 Holistic Health 23 Human Services Careers 24 Substance Abuse Studies 24 Computers and Technology 27 Computer Training 27 Microsoft Office 28 CompTIA for Systems Engineering 30 Infrastructure Library (ITIL) 31 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) 33 AutoCAD 34 Apple: Mac and iPad 35 Digital Arts Graphic Design & Visual Communication Business, Marketing & Social Media Digital Photography & Videography Computer Graphics Animation, Video Editing & Motion Graphics Audio & Music Production Apple Creative Professional for Video & Music Web Design & Development 46 47 48 Personal Enrichment Arts & Crafts 54 Arts 54 Crafts & Hobbies 60 Photography 65 Cooking 66 Humanities 70 Communication 70 Dance 72 Film 73 Humanities 73 Music 74 Reading & Writing 76 Fitness & Health 80 Dance Fitness 80 Eastern Practice 81 Meditation 81 Natural Healing 82 Outdoor Recreation 83 Pilates 85 Strength & Cardio 86 Swimming 87 Yoga 88 Home & Garden 91 Languages 93 Personal Finance & Money 96 Youth 98 37 Story of New Mexico Travel & Lectures 103 37 38 39 42 Osher Lifelong Learning Institute 115 45 Community Services Spanish Resource Center 117 DWI 117 NM Kids 117 6 Easy Ways to Register Online ce.unm.edu Email ceregistration@unm.edu Phone 505-277-0077 Option 1 M-F, 8:00am-5:00pm Most credit cards accepted Mail UNM Continuing Education Attn: Registration MSC07 4030 1 University of New Mexico Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001 Fax 505-277-1990 Fax/Mail instructions see website. In Person M-F, 8:00am-5:00pm UNM Continuing Education 1634 University Blvd. NE South Building (just north of Indian School) General Information Office Hours Non-Credit Registration Center Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm with the exception of holidays. See website for holiday closures. Free Parking Parking is free and readily available at the UNM Continuing Education campus. Over-flow parking is located at 1642 University Blvd. NE Phone Directory Most Requested Numbers Educational Programs Catalog Requests 505-925-9562 Registration 505-277-0077 Program Information 505-925-9562 Reception Desk 505-925-9562 Conference Center 505-277-5984 Professional Development Health and Wellness Digital Arts/Apple Training Computer Training Custom Training Story of New Mexico Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Personal Enrichment Youth Programs Fax Numbers All Programs 505-277-8975 Registration 505-277-1990 Conference Center 505-277-6080 Community Services 505-277-3975 505-277-6025 505-277-6037 505-277-6033 505-277-6034 505-277-0563 505-277-6179 505-277-6320 505-277-0698 DWI Awareness Training Spanish Resource Center Community Outreach Cariño Early Childhood TTAP Child Care Referral Services Transportation Regulation & Licensing 505-277-6170 505-246-2261 ext. 125 505-277-6034 505-277-1262 505-277-7900 505-277-8771 For complete registration information and business policies visit our website at ce.unm.edu Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 1
  3. 3. unt sco 0% Di 1 Tuition Remission for UNM Faculty/Staff/Retirees Available towards non-credit classes for: • Anyone registering for three or more classes at the same time; • Organizations registering three or more employees in the same class; • Senior citizens age 65 or older with proof of age (also available online); • UNM students with a valid UNM ID; • Couples Rates are available for some Dance and Money Matters classes. The couples rate is considered a discount, and all rules apply. Some restrictions apply, see website for details. Use UNM’s tuition remission for ALL UNM Continuing Education non-credit classes. This includes Business and Technology, Personal Enrichment, Online Courses, Story of New Mexico courses and Osher classes. Benefit information and tuition remission forms can be found online at ce.unm.edu. If registering by email, send completed forms to ceregistration@unm.edu For questions regarding the UNM tuition remission benefit, call the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. For complete registration information and business policies visit our website at ce.unm.edu You value life-long learning. Consider continuing your love of education with a gift. What Legacy Will You Leave? Your gift in support of UNM Continuing Education’s special programs, or to any facet of education at the University of New Mexico, demonstrates your love of learning. The UNM Foundation can help you plan a meaningful gift now or a future bequest. Call 505-277-4503 or 1-800 UNM-FUND, or visit unmfund.org. Thank you. 2 Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  4. 4. Custom Custom Training & Consultation Custom solutions Just for you. UNM Continuing Education can create any type of high-quality educational offering for you or your organization. And it’s done with flexibility in delivery, location, scheduling and pricing. Flexible We will design the training specifically for your group size, schedule and location. The courses are created just for you and others with similar interests. Arrange training dates and times to meet your schedule. Cost-Effective We will maximize your budget and time by giving you exactly the training you need. Save money with cost-effective group training. Maximize learning time with training at your location. Targeted Create specialized workshops, certificate programs and conferences for your business. Develop customized one-on-one training. Ensure quality of programs through constant contact with the UNMCE Project Manager. Our instructors are industry experts with at least 10 years of experience in training adult learners. To find out how we can customize classes or training for you, please call 505-277-9360 or visit ce.unm.edu/Custom. 505-277-9360 customtraining@dce.unm.edu Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 ce.unm.edu/Custom 3
  5. 5. Certificate Programs Business & Technology Certificate Programs About the Programs Our certificate programs and individual courses offer the knowledge, skills and abilities in demand by today’s business and industry leaders. We specialize in offering solutions for employees within organizations of varying sizes and industries. Our training partners ensure our courses feature the latest technologies and business trends. Our Instructors We hire instructors who are industry experts and enjoy teaching the concepts and skills that are part of their own daily work. They provide the latest tools and know-how to accurately and effectively respond to your individual and business needs. Learning Objectives Our certificate programs are responsive to the fast-paced business environment and provide outcomes that can be applied on the job immediately. Our content is relevant and is consistently evaluated to bring you the latest tools for success. We design a curriculum that is engaging, interactive, and relevant to the specific job tasks and responsibilities. Tuition Assistance Funding is available for many of our certificate programs through special funding programs or employer tuition assistance. For additional information, visit the website at ce.unm.edu. UNM employees may use their Tuition Remission benefit for all Business & Technology courses. For complete information, visit the website at ce.unm.edu/unm-tuition-remission. Training Partners UNM Continuing Education partners with many companies to provide the very best in local, national, and international training. The logos below represent a cross-section of our partners. Volunteer Management Certificate students Student says… I’m interested in helping our community programs grow, by using the resources and tools provided in these classes. ~Magnus from Albuquerque CASA, Inc. 4 Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  6. 6. Professional Development Accounting with Computer Applications Certificate Administrative Professional Certificate Advanced Supervisory Skills Certificate Bookkeeping Certificate Corporate Event Planning Certification Culinary Fundamentals Online Certificate Program Global Career Development Facilitator Program Good Manufacturing Practices Grantsmanship Training Legal Administrative Assistant Certificate Program Mediation and Conflict Resolution Certificate Accelerated Mediation and Conflict Resolution Specialist Online Instructor Paralegal Certificate Program Presentation Certificate Professional Trainer Certificate Project Management Information Systems Certificate Project Management Master Certificate Project Management Practitioner Certificate Supervisory Skills Certificate Volunteer Management Wedding and Event Planning Certification Health and Wellness Professions Certificate in Administrative Medical Coding and Billing Certified Personal Trainer Clinical Herbalism Clinical Supervisor Professional Competencies Phlebotomy Certificate Substance Abuse Studies Training Program Computers and Technology A+ Access Database Manager Certificate AutoCAD with 3D Modeling Certificate Computer Literacy Level 1 Computer Literacy Level 2 Geographic Information Systems Certificate for Managers Geographic Information Systems Certificate for Users Health IT Technician Foundation, Intermediate & Advanced ITIL Certificates Mac Support Certificate Microsoft IT Professional Certifications Online Network + Oracle Online Real World Mac Certificate Security+ Server+ Digital Arts Adobe Series Certificates Apple Certified Pro: Final Cut Pro Level One Apple Certified Pro: Final Cut Pro Level Two Apple Certified Pro: Logic Pro Level One Apple Certified Pro: Logic Pro Level Two Digital Filmmaking Level I Certificate Digital Photography Basics Certificate Digital Photography Level I Certificate Digital Photography Level II Certificate Graphic Design Basics Certificate Graphic Design Level I Certificate Graphic Design Level II Certificate Instructional Media Developer Certificate Multimedia Level I Certificate Multimedia Level II Certificate Music Production Certificate Web Design Basics Certificate Web Design Level I Certificate Web Design Level II Certificate Web Developer Certificate Our certificate program information has moved to our website. UNM Continuing Education continues to offer over 60 certificate and certification programs which focus on workforce and professional development. You’ll find details for these programs at ce.unm.edu/certificates. There you’ll also find certificate requirements and program supervisor contact information. You may also want to visit ce.unm.edu for information on financial resources. Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 5 Certificate Programs Over 60 Certificate Programs to give you the tools you need to succeed
  7. 7. Online Online Training Accessible. Affordable. Flexible. Choose from these subject areas: • • • • • • • • • Business and Careers Grant Writing and Nonprofit Management Professional Development Project Management IT Professional Healthcare Test Preparation Internet, Design, and Technical Network Skilled Trades & Industrial Certification Training • Microsoft Certification • Personal Enrichment For a complete listing of online classes visit our website at ce.unm.edu/Online ce.unm.edu/Online Graduate School Exam Prep FREE demonstrations open to the public. Digital Arts Information Session Join us for a free information session on our Digital Arts programs. Get information on certificate programs, courses and employment information for Graphic Design, Web Design and Development, Digital Photography, Digital Filmmaking, Multimedia, Instructional Media, Music Production, Apple Certified Professional, Apple computer maintenance and more. Wednesday, January 15 Wednesday, May 21 5:15pm-6:30pm 5:15pm-6:30pm Grad school entrance exams are only a few hours in length, yet the scores are typically heavily weighted in the grad school admissions process. Graduate school programs require a significant investment of time and money. Invest first in getting a higher score on your entrance exam. We are so confident that our programs work, we offer our Higher Score Guarantee: Readiness: A student who doesn’t feel ready to take the scheduled test date can continue to study with us for the next test administration. Satisfaction: A student who does improve but still wants a higher score can study with us again for the next test administration. RSVP to digitalarts@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6037 if you plan to attend. Money Back: In the rare case that a student does not improve, he or she can continue to study with us for the next test administration or can get a 100% tuition refund. Guarantee requirements are available at www.kaptest.com No need to register. It’s free. Bring a friend. This session meets in room 219 at UNM Continuing Education. 1634 University Blvd. NE. For more information, call 505-277-6037. Visit our website at ce.unm.edu Kaplan is pleased to offer its score-raising programs in Albuquerque in partnership with UNMCE. Please visit www.kaptest.com or call 1-800-KAPTEST to register and for additional program details. 6 Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  8. 8. Business & Technology Course Information Contact Info: Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor Health and Wellness Professions, Grant Writing, Mediation and Conflict Resolution, Volunteer Management Phone: 505-277-6025 email: lnalin@unm.edu; hhs@dce.unm.edu Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor Digital Arts, Apple Phone: 505-277-6037 email: digitalarts@dce.unm.edu Professional Development Supervisory Skills The courses in this section are also part of a certificate program. Supervisory Skills Online Certificate Advanced Supervisory Skills Online Certificate For more information on these certificates, go to ce.unm.edu/certificates. Supervisory Skills Online Ed2go instructor-led options: 4100001 Achieving Success with Difficult People $119 4100003 Building Teams That Work $119 4100008 Get Assertive! $119 4100014 Individual Excellence $119 4100015 Interpersonal Communication $119 4100016 Keys to Effective Communication $119 4100017 Leadership $119 4100023 Skills for Making Great Decisions $119 Professional Development This section contains individual course descriptions, dates and times. Please refer to the section beginning on page 4 for program information and guidelines for both UNM certificates and industry-sponsored certifications. For online course information, see page 6 or visit our website. You can also check the website for new course sections that may be established after catalog publication Angela Pacheco, Program Supervisor Professional Development, Transportation Safety Programs Phone: 505-277-3975 email: delong@unm.edu Sujen Diviney, Program Coordinator Information Technology, CompTIA, GIS, ITIL, AutoCAD Phone: 505-277-6033 email: divineys@unm.edu Andy Peña, Program Coordinator Custom Training Phone: 505-277-9360 email: apena01@unm.edu 4140005 4200000 4200006 4200007 4200009 4200010 4200011 4200016 4200032 4210001 4230008 4900076 4900101 Effective Business Writing $119 Supply Chain Management Fundamentals $119 Creating a Successful Business Plan $119 Distribution and Logistics Management $119 Employment Law Fundamentals $119 Fundamentals of Supervision and Management $119 Fundamentals of Supervision and Management II $119 Managing Customer Service $119 Understanding the Human Resources Function $119 Project Management Fundamentals $119 Writing Effective Grant Proposals $119 Mastering Public Speaking $119 Business Finance for Non-Finance Personnel $119 A certificate in Professional in Human Resources (PHR) is available through Skillsoft. For more information, please visit ce.unm.edu/certificates. Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 7
  9. 9. Project Management Professional Development The courses in this section are also part of a certificate program. Project Management Practitioner Certificate Project Management Information Systems Certificate Project Management Master Certificate PMP Fast Track Certificate For more information on our Project Management Certificates, visit ce.unm.edu/certificates. PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. Globally recognized and demanded, the PMP® demonstrates that you have the experience, education and competency to lead and direct projects. In order to receive the PMP® designation, you must meet the degree requirements, experience hours, and 35 hours of project management education. This certificate is the perfect choice to meet that education requirement and prepare you to take the PMP® Certification Exam. For more information regarding the PMP® requirements and exam, visit www.pmi.org. Understanding Project Management Define and discuss the five process groups of project management: initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing, as discussed in PMI’s Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). Learn to evaluate projects for success and ‘systemize’ your approach to project management. Analyze conflict management, team building, and project manager roles and responsibilities. Integrate learned information into problem-solving sessions. All texts included. Suggested: 21000 or previous experience with Project Management. Course: 21005 $799 For: 21 hours SPA: Jan 27-Mar 17 M 5:30pm-8:30pm Jane Betterton, PMP, BSChe, OPM3 Certified Professional Integrating Project Management: Principles and Practices Learn to integrate project management principles into existing corporate systems. Understand project stakeholders and their differing needs. Separate ongoing operational processes within an organization from project management processes. Incorporate project scope, time, and cost management into overall planning and execution processes. Set up a project management office and establish quality and risk assessment as an integral part of the organization’s decision-making process. Review PMI’s Project Manager Competency framework to understand the effect of specific competencies on the performance of projects. All texts included except: PMI’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (5th Edition) this text is included in course 21005: Understanding Project Management. Additional copies are avialable at UNM Continuing Education for a fee. Recommended Prerequisites: Course 21005 or previous experience. Course: 21010 $839 For: 24 hours SPA: Mar 24-May 19 M 5:30pm-8:30pm Jane Betterton, PMP, BSChe, OPM3 Certified Professional Project Management Professional (PMP)/ CAPM Exam Preparation Participate in an extensive review of the Project Management Body of Knowledge. Determine what you need to learn with an overview of PMP exam topics, and identify the most important exam topics. All texts included except: PMI’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (5th Edition). This text is included in course 21005: Understanding Project Management. Addtitional copies are available at UNM Continuing Education for a fee. Recommended Prerequisites: course 21005 or previous experience. Course: 21015 SPA: Apr 15-May 20 Carol L. Meincke, PMP MS Project Module 1: Project Plan Definition Use Microsoft Project as your Project Management Information System (PMIS). Learn how to outline and build a specific project plan step-by-step, incorporating complex relationships between tasks and resources. Design a Work Breakdown Structure to ensure completion of the project, set realistic schedules, make accurate estimates, and manage the expectations of customers. Prerequisite: 51101 or 51111 or equivalent experience. Course: 21025 SPA: Mar 18-20 SPB: May 2 Note: 2010 Version. Mary Byrd 8 $749 For: 18 hours T 6:00pm-9:00pm $289 For: 8 hours TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm F 8:00am-5:00pm Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  10. 10. Course: 21030 SPA: Apr 1-3 SPB: May 9 Note: 2010 Version. Mary Byrd $289 For: 8 hours TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm F 8:00am-5:00pm MS Project Module 3: Team Communication and Productivity Learn to develop a comprehensive project management information system infrastructure and design advanced reports to meet project communication requirements. Create and manage custom fields, reports and calendars. Develop and use a shared resource pool and project templates. Prepare project information to publish online. Share project information with other software. Review system requirements for workgroup collaboration and various add-on products. Prerequisite: 21030. Required Text: New Perspectives on Microsoft Project 2010: Introductory, Course Technology, First ed. ISBN-10: 0538746769. This text is included in Course 21025: MS Project 2010 Module 1. Additional copies are available at UNM Continuing Education for a fee. Course: 21041 SPA: Apr 15-17 SPB: May 16 Note: 2010 Version. Mary Byrd $289 For: 8 hours TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm F 8:00am-5:00pm PMI Approved Online Courses Gatlin/Ed2go is also a Registered Education Provider for the Project Management Institute (PMI)! These options have also been preapproved for PDUs. For a complete list of Gatlin/Ed2go classes, visit our website at ce.unm.edu and choose “online courses.” Ed2go instructor-led options: 4200013 High Speed Project Management $119 4900135 Purchasing Fundamentals $119 4200040 Six Sigma: Total Quality Applications $119 4900139 Supply Chain Management Fundamentals $119 4200032 Understanding the Human Resources Function $119 4200014 Introduction to Business Analysis $119 4900138 Mastery of Business Fundamentals $119 4900098 Total Quality Fundamentals $119 4200010 Fundamentals of Supervision and Management $119 4200011 Fundamentals of Supervision and Management II $119 4100016 Keys to Effective Communication $119 4100017 Leadership $119 4100001 Achieving Success With Difficult People $119 4550057 Introduction to Microsoft Project 2007 $119 4510006 Creating User Requirements Documents $119 Professional Development MS Project Module 2: Budgeting and Tracking Track the use of resources and materials accurately, and assure the success of any project! Learn to fine-tune schedule and cost estimates with resources using MS Project. Explore trade-off analysis between cost, time and scope. Implement a tracking system for reporting project progress. Prerequisite: 21025 or prior approval from instructor. Required Text: New Perspectives on Microsoft Project 2010: Introductory. Course Technology, First ed. ISBN-10: 0538746769. This text is included in Course 21025: MS Project 2010 Module 1. Additional copies are available at UNM Continuing Education for a fee. Gatlin Career Training Programs: 4900136 Project Management with Microsoft Project 2007 $1995 4900137 Microsoft Project 2007 $795 4220019 Lean Mastery $1695 4220021 Management Training $2095 4220025 Purchasing and Supply Chain Management $2095 4220020 Management for IT Professionals $2095 Project Management Online SkillSoft self-study classes include: 21026N Microsoft Office 2010: Beginning Project 21027N Microsoft Office 2010: Advanced Project Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 $299 $229 9
  11. 11. Event Management The courses in this section are also part of a certificate program Certified Wedding and Event Planner Certificate (Online and Face-to-Face) Professional Development Corporate Event Planning Certificate (Online) Our Event Management courses are offered online and in person through our partner Lovegevity (The Wedding Planning Institute). For more information on these certificates, visit ce.unm.edu/certificates. Certified Wedding and Event Planner—In-Person Lovegevity/Wedding Planning Institute offers in-class sessions for those looking to get started in the wedding and event industry right away. Classroom students fulfill all course requirements AND prepare for the certification exam. In-class sessions not only allow for instructor interaction, but also new perspectives and insider information from others in the industry attending who bring advice, insight, and experience to group discussions. Courses are taught by seasoned wedding and event professionals. This course allows for application and utilization of business tools, formulas and presentation methods that our students learn in their training. This includes role playing, vignettes and discussions to practice actual business objectives or work settings in the day-to-day of wedding and event planning. Students will also be able gain hands-on training during the course. Tuition includes textbook, online curriculum, online student center, wedding/event planning software and certification. Course: 21100 $999 For: 40 hours SPA: Apr 2-May 28 MW 6:00-8:30pm Lovegevity/Wedding Planning Institute Professional Instructors Certified Wedding and Event Planner--ONLINE Lovegevity/Wedding Planning Institute’s Certified Wedding and Event Planning course is an intensive program designed to educate students on the wedding and event planning business “best practices”, methods and techniques to get started in the planning industry right away. Tuition includes up to 6 month access to the online curriculum, course textbook, wedding and event planning software, exam fee, certification, student center library of resources, instructional videos and templates. Through the student center students can also connect with other students around the world in discussion boards, messaging, blogs and individual online classes. Through the career center students can apply for internships and/or job placement assistance. **Students that take the online course are also invited to attend the field trips arranged for the face-to-face course offered through UNM Continuing Education. To participate, contact Angela Pacheco at delong@unm. edu or 505-277-3975. Course: 21101 $999 For: 260 hours SPA: Jan 21-May 27 Self-paced Online Note: This is an online class. Dates listed are the range of when you may start the class. This class is taken on your own computer at the times and dates that are convenient to you. Lovegevity/Wedding Planning Institute Professional Instructors Corporate Event Planning (S.M.A.R.T.)-ONLINE Corporate events span all industries and are planned for a variety of occasions and celebrations. Corporations and their employees celebrate many milestones and accomplishments within the life span of the growth and evolution of its people, products, and successes. Corporate events may range from a new product launch to a retirement dinner. This course will cover the many types of corporate events. More specifically it will provide a detailed guideline on how to design the event, plan the event, set budgets, execute successfully, review performances, and charge for services. The CEP course is known as S-M-A-R-T and covers: -Special Events: galas, fundraisers, public relations, product promotions-Meetings: professional, corporate, business networking-Assemblies: conferences, conventions-Recognition: incentives, awards, achievements-Training: seminars, workshops, education Tuition includes CEP workbook, online curriculum, student center and certificate. Students have up to six months to complete the course and can work at their own pace. Course: 21110 $999 For: 300 hours SPA: Jan 21-May 27 Note: This is an online class. Dates listed are the range of when you may start the class. This class is taken on your own computer at the times and dates that are convenient for you. Lovegevity/Wedding Planning Institute Professional Instructors 10 Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  12. 12. Customer Service Course: 22260 $289 See website for dates and times. Crista Benavidez, MA OLIT For: 8 hours Customer Service Online SkillSoft self-study classes include: 22011N Telephone Skills for Business Professionals 22251N The Customer Service Representative (CSR) 22281N How to Excel at Customer Service 22282N Measuring Customer Satisfaction 22283N Internal Customer Service 22284N Managing a Customer-Focused Department $99 $99 $399 $299 $299 $349 Instruction and Facilitation Training The courses in this section are also part of a certificate program Presentation Certificate Professional Trainer Certificate Online Instructor Certificate Global Career Development Facilitator Certification For more information on our Instruction and Facilitation certificates, visit ce.unm.edu/certificates. In partnership with the New Mexico Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTDNM), UNM Continuing Education offers courses and certificate programs in Instruction and Facilitation Training. Our courses provide participants with the knowledge and skills to become effective professional trainers or to gain advanced skills in delivering presentations and leading group discussions. We also offer training in online teaching and course development. Visit ce.unm.edu/certificates for more information on our certificate programs in Instruction and Facilitation Training. Course: 23000 $429 For: 15 hours SPA: Mar 4-Apr 1 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Crista Benavidez, MA OLIT Instructional Systems Design Receive an introduction to the complete 5-step ISD model—analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation—then participate in a detailed study of the analysis and design steps. Discussions will focus on defining the target audience, developing a content outline and writing instructional objectives. Develop a training project analysis and design a document for the final class project. Suggested: 23000. Course: 23003 SPA: Jan 29-Mar 5 Barbara Ibanez, MA $459 For: 18 hours W 5:30pm-8:30pm Presentation Skills for Trainers Make training more fun and effective. Identify your presentation style and develop the practical skills and techniques to make your presentations interesting, relevant, and engaging. Discuss delivery skills, techniques for dealing with difficult training situations, and activities that enhance learning. Practice new skills in a supportive learning environment. Prerequisite: None. Course: 23006 SPA: Jan 27-Feb 24 Dr. Ellen Dowling $429 For: 15 hours M 6:00pm-9:00pm Creative Training Tools and Techniques Unleash your creativity in designing and delivering unique and effective presentations in this hands-on workshop. Workshop topics include: treasure trove of creative techniques; self-assessment of creative trainers; four roles in the creative process; barriers to creativity and ways to breakdown these barriers, creating tools and techniques for your next presentation. Discover ways to add spark and life to your presentations while driving your content home. Course: 23007 SPA: Mar 3-31 Barbara Ibanez, MA Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 $429 For: 15 hours M 5:30pm-8:30pm 11 Professional Development Certified Guest Service Professional (CGSP) American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute’s Guest Service Gold is a comprehensive program designed to accomplish the goal of creating guest service-oriented hospitality employees who can engage with guests in order to provide memorable service. Students who complete the Guest Service Gold training program are eligible to become certified by taking a 30-question certification exam and scoring 80% or above. Successful candidates will earn the Certified Guest Service Professional (CGSP) designation, to include a certificate and lapel pin in recognition of their guest service knowledge and skills. Facilitating Adult Learning Discover how to facilitate learning in the workplace or classroom. Explore adult learning theory, learning styles, and the unique characteristics of adult learners. View adult learners both as a collective group and as individuals with diverse needs. This course emphasizes the practical, and summarizes the theoretical. It is helpful to anyone teaching or training adults in formal or informal settings. Prerequisite: None.
  13. 13. Conducting an Effective Program Evaluation Learn strategies to accurately evaluate training programs to provide the maximum benefit to students and return on investment. Discuss evaluation models and processes, including determining needs, collecting relevant data, analyzing and interpreting data, communicating results, and developing strategies to ensure the effective use of results. Prerequisites: 23000 & 23003. Professional Development Course: 23009 SPA: May 1-29 Barbara Ibanez, MA $429 For: 15 hours Th 5:30pm-8:30pm Managing Challenging Classroom Situations Anticipate possible classroom challenges including basic accommodations for students with disability. Use facilitation skills to avoid disruptions. Look for cues that allow you to focus on the situation, issue, or behavior while maintaining participant dignity and self-esteem. Discover how your perceptions and delivery style can impact or contribute to a classroom situation. This course explores behaviors in the classroom such as participant passivity, negativity, over-participation, argumentative and sidebar conversations. It also explores the communication strategies: how to influence the emotional reaction, provide support and come face-toface. Skills practice and discussion are included. Prerequisites: 23000 & 23003. Course: 23023 SPA: Apr 2-30 Barbara Ibanez, MA $429 For: 15 hours W 5:30pm-8:30pm Introduction to Online Instruction Explore the fundamentals of online education. Understand the differences between face-to-face, hybrid, and fully-online learning environments and the strengths and limitations of each. Develop course materials and activities geared toward creating successful online learners. Discover strategies used to engage online learners and establish social presence. Recognize the role of an outstanding online instructor and what is required to effectively teach in an online environment. Course: 23041 SPA: Apr 8-17 Angela Pacheco, MA $369 For: 12 hours TTh 5:30pm-8:30pm Exploring Technologies Used in Online Instruction Explore some of the technology tools used to create and deliver effective online courses. Familiarize yourself with common platforms including Moodle, WebCT, and Blackboard. Review the basics of developing online courses in these platforms and the strengths and limitations of each. Prerequisite: 23041. Course: 23042 SPA: May 21 Jane Erlandson 12 $129 For: 3 hours W 6:00pm-7:30pm Basics of Online Course Development Learn about instructional design principles to maximize content comprehension in an online environment. Develop effective learning objectives tailored to online courses. Incorporate activites and other course content that encourages interaction and enhances student engagement. Learn how to complete common course development activities such as discussion sessions, uploading assignments, adding video, and others. Prerequisite: 23042. Course: 23045 SPA: Apr 22-May 20 Jane Erlandson $429 For: 15 hours T 6:00pm-7:30pm Global Career Development Facilitator Training Become a Global Career Development Facilitator! This 120-hour certification course will develop or enhance your career in career development. A GCDF may serve as a career group facilitator, job search trainer, career resource center coordinator, career coach, career development case manager, intake interviewer, occupational and labor market information resource person, academic advisor, human resource career development coordinator, employment/placement specialist, or workforce development staff person. This exciting course is designed to help individuals learn to assist individuals in their career development. This course is a hybrid course – we will meet face to face once a month and then also on-line. Students can expect approximately 30 hours of homework while completing this course. You must have a Bachelor’s degree and currently be working in or pursuing a career advisement position. Contact Jenna Crabb, jennas@unm.edu or Caitlin Henke, crhenke@unm.edu for program questions. You must attend all class sessions in order to be certified. Course: 23077 $1100 For: 120 hours SPA: Jan 27-May 19 M 10:00am-4:00pm Note: Face-to-Face Meeting dates and times: Jan 27, 2014, Feb 24, 2014, March 31, 2014, April 28, 2014 and May 19, 2014 The face-to face classes will meet 1:00-4:00pm on UNM’s main campus, University Advising and Enrichment Center, Student Services, Room 220. Lunch provided at each in person session. Training and Facilitation Online SkillSoft self-study classes include: 23028N Presenting Successfully 23092N Facilitation Certificate Online $129 $259 Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  14. 14. Administrative Professionals The courses in this section are also part of a certificate program Administrative Professional Online Certificate For more information on this certificate, go to ce.unm.edu/certificates. A NEW online Administrative Professional certificate is now available! Visit ce.unm.edu/certificates for more information. Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: 4100001 Achieving Success with Difficult People $119 4100016 Keys to Effective Communication $119 4200003 Administrative Assistant Applications $119 4200004 Administrative Assistant Fundamentals $119 4510005 Computer Skills for the Workplace $119 4900050 Introduction to Windows 7 $119 4900073 Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2010 $119 4900075 Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2010 $119 4900087 Introduction to Microsoft Access 2010 $119 4900111 Intermediate Microsoft Access 2010 $119 4900112 Introduction to Microsoft Word 2010 $119 4900114 Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010 $119 4900115 Writing Essentials $119 The courses in this section are also part of a certificate program Bookkeeping Certificate Accounting with Computer Applications Certificate For more information on these certificates, please go to ce.unm.edu/certificates. Basics of Budgeting and Finance Mystified by finance reports? The secrets are revealed in this class, intended for busy adults starting a small business or serving on boards, booster clubs, or other governing bodies. Receive an introduction to accounting equations. Learn how to read a budget report, how to present it, and how a double entry accounting system works. Discover the fun of finance in this class where even the most basic questions receive thoughtful, careful answers. Course: 37151 SPA: Feb 10-19 Daniel Valles, MBA $429 For: 15 hours MWF 9:00am-12:00pm Small Business Bookkeeping with QuickBooks Pro This in-depth study of small business bookkeeping using QuickBooks or QuickBooks Pro takes the student from beginning to advanced levels of software use. The list of topics covered begins with company setup and proceeds to receivables, payables, payroll, budgeting, reporting, reconciling, customizing forms and safeguarding information. Knowledge of general bookkeeping is recommended. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. Course: 37158 SPA: Feb 18-27 C. Stephen Sanders $459 For: 18 hours TTh 1:00pm-5:30pm Accounting Basics This course will introduce the students to the accounting environment. The course will cover the basics of accounting: the accounting equation; financial statements; recording business transactions; recording adjusting, closing, and reversing entries; accounting for a trading business; special journals & controls, and accounting for cash. This an excellent course for the business professional who needs a better understanding of accounting processes. Course: 37200 SPA: Apr 28-May 9 Daniel Valles, MBA Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 $459 For: 18 hours MWF 9:00am-12:00pm 13 Professional Development Administrative Professional Online Finance and Accounting
  15. 15. Professional Development Accounting Intermediate The course builds on the knowledge of the accounting environment learned in Accounting One. This course will cover: Accounts receivable and payables; accounting for long-life and intangible assets; accounting for inventories; accounting for payroll; partnership accounting; and corporate accounting. This is an excellent course for the business professional who needs a better understanding of the accounting processes. Prerequisite: 37200. Required Text: E-Z Accounting (Barron’s E-Z). Barron’s Educational Series, 5.0 ed. ISBN-10: 0764142569. This text is included in Course 37200: Accounting One. Additional copies are available at UNM Continuing Education for a fee. Course: 37201 SPA: May 12-23 Daniel Valles, MBA $459 For: 18 hours MWF 9:00am-12:00pm Paralegal and Legal Support Careers Paralegal Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Legal Administrative Assistant Certificate For more information on our Paralegal and Legal Support certificate options, visit ce.unm.edu/certificates. Legal Administrative Assistant Certificate This certificate program builds a comprehensive skillset to prepare students for legal support careers. This course provides an introduction to legal concepts, including vocabulary and legal procedure. Strengthen written communication skills by learning how to prepare legal documents, notices, and pleadings. Learn about how to process law office billing and utilize E-Filing programs. Enhance administrative skills such as phone etiquette, working with clients, filing and organization skills. Course: 37302 SPA: Apr 1-May 22 Nicole Larranaga $1199 For: 48 hours TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Paralegal Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Course This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the legal system and basic concepts of paralegalism, including civil procedure, litigation, evidence, interviewing, law office management, ethics, and Court rules and procedures. Students will learn basic library and online research, in addition to legal analysis and legal writing skills. Course: 37326 $2199 For: 96 hours SPA: Mar 31-May 22 MTWTh 9:00am-12:00pm Anita Traub, J.D. Note: The Paralegal Certificate Program now requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree to be accepted. For admission, please submit a transcript (unofficial is allowed) to: Angela Pacheco, UNM Continuing Education, MSC07 4030, 1 University of New Mexico, 14 Albuquerque, NM 87131. For questions, please contact Angela Pacheco, Program Supervisor, at delong@unm.edu or 505-277-3975. Paralegal Internship The internship is designed to expand knowledge through supervised placements in governmental and other legal settings. The student intern will work under the direct supervision of an attorney or paralegal in a governmental agency or law office as arranged and approved by the instructor. Completion of UNM Continuing Education Paralegal Certificate course with a GPA of 3.0 or better and instructor recommendation is required for enrollment in the internship. Course: 37327 $1699 For: 160 hours SPA: Jan 13-Mar 7 MTWThF 8:00am-5:00pm Anita Traub, J.D. Note: Dates and times of the internship are arranged by the student and internship site. They typically run 20 hours per week. Grant Writing Learn strategies for writing clearly, persuasively, and powerfully. For a full list of our writing classes go to page 76. Framework for Grant Planning: Prevention and Clinical Program Strategies SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) is a 5-step planning process to guide the selection, implementation, and evaluation of effective, culturally appropriate, and sustainable prevention activities. The effectiveness of this process begins with a clear understanding of community needs and depends on the involvement of community members in all stages of the planning process. Course: 42120 SPA: Jan 11-18 To be Announced $329 For: 16 hours Sa 8:30am-5:30pm Grantsmanship Training Improve your ability to win grants. The Grantsmanship Center’s 5-day Grantsmanship Training Program has a proven record of benefits both for newcomers to the field and for experienced grantseekers. Thousands of professionals who’ve completed this training have had outstanding success in winning grants, and they attribute that success largely to this training. You’ll practice using The Grantsmanship Center’s groundbreaking approach to planning programs and writing grant proposals—an approach so powerful and effective it’s been adopted by scores of other organizations. Leave with a wealth of useful, up-to-date, practical information—including a training manual, handouts, and ideas you can put to work immediately. UNM Staff and Faculty may Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  16. 16. register by contacting Loree nalin (lnalin@unm.edu or 505-277-6025; all other participants should contact the Grantsmanship Center directly (registrar@tgci.com or 213-482-9860). Course: 42145 $899 For: 40 hours SPA: Feb 10-14 MTWThF 8:30am-5:30pm Note: UNM Employees using Tuition Remission should register through UNMCE. All others register through GTC. The Grantsmanship Center (TGCI) The courses in this section are also part of a certificate program. For more information on this certificate, go to ce.unm.edu/certificates. Partial scholarship may be available for those wishing to register for all four courses. You must be currently employed by a non-profit and working with volunteers. The application can be downloaded from our web site at ce.unm.edu. Contact Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor at hhs@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6025 for more information. Volunteer Management— Building a Successful Program Your organization serves a unique place in your community. Learn how to recruit the very best with the knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) that will make a different in your organization. Manage, motivate and inspire volunteers of all ages and discover the best ways to keep your volunteers visualizing themselves as significant contributors to your work. Examine best practices to clearly evaluate your organization, knowing what’s going well, and what could be improved as you grow your future. Join us to make a difference in our community. Course: 42471 SPA: Feb 17-19 Dara Ambriz $149 For: 6 hours MW 9:00am-12:00pm Volunteer Management—Recruitment, Skill Assessment and Training You know that there are volunteers available to you. How do you recruit the very best with the knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) that will make a different in your organization? Learn how to attract the best fit for your organization, how to analyze the best possible placement of volunteers within your group, and how to train for the highest possible outcomes using realistic goals, expectations, and evaluations. Prerequisite: 42471. Course: 42472 SPA: Mar 3-5 Martha Benn Course: 42473 SPA: Mar 17-19 Dara Ambriz $149 For: 6 hours MW 9:00am-12:00pm Volunteer Management— Evaluating Your Volunteer Program You’ve designed, developed and implemented a wonderful volunteer component to your organization. Examine best practices to clearly evaluate your organization, knowing what’s going well, and what could be improved as you grow your future. Prerequisite: 42473. Course: 42474 SPA: Mar 31-Apr 2 Barbra J. Portzline, Ph.D. $149 For: 6 hours MW 9:00am-12:00pm Mediation and Conflict Resolution The courses in this section are also part of a certificate program. Mediation and Conflict Resolution Specialist Certificate For more information on these certificates, go to ce.unm.edu/certificates. Understanding Conflict and Effective Approaches to Resolution Effective communication is the key to great team productivity and win-win solutions to difficult situations. Learn how to listen effectively. Communicate ideas so others listen without becoming defensive. Give and receive productive feedback. Manage emotions and “ego-issues” when communicating. Use your knowledge of diversity and cultural factors for effective results. Cope with difficult people and situations. Course: 40110 SPA: Feb 22 Marianela Gish $249 For: 9 hours Sa 8:30am-5:30pm $149 For: 6 hours MW 9:00am-12:00pm Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 15 Professional Development Volunteer Management Volunteer Management— Managing and Motivating Your Volunteers You’ve found some wonderful volunteers. They’re making a huge difference in your organization. Now, how do you manage unpaid staff, and how do you motivate them to keep up the good work? Learn about the drivers that inspire volunteers of all ages and discover the best ways to keep your volunteers visualizing themselves as significant contributers to your work. Prerequisite: 42472.
  17. 17. Communicating Skillfully in Difficult Situations Resolve conflicts to the satisfaction of all interested parties, in a win-win manner, and they tend to stay resolved. Learn to be supportive of all parties involved while remaining neutral, implement productive and lasting solutions to conflicts, get buy-in for these solutions, and manage tensions associated with emotions and differing personalities. Professional Development Course: 40112 SPA: Mar 1 Marianela Gish $249 For: 9 hours Sa 8:30am-5:30pm Win-Win Conflict Resolution Master the skills necessary for efficient negotiation planning and learn the diplomatic skills essential to communicate effectively with the other side. Learn how to establish successful and productive long-term relationships through creative win-win negotiating. Also, discover methods of creating an enjoyable, low-stress atmosphere for the negotiation process, and ways to avoid falling into common negotiating traps. Course: 40114 SPA: Mar 15 Marianela Gish $249 For: 9 hours Sa 8:30am-5:30pm Mediation: Process, Application and Ethics Learn the skills necessary to be an effective “neutral third party. Gain an in-depth understanding and application of the mediation process for the workplace, court system, custody disputes, family and personal relationships. Learn how to be supportive of all parties in a conflict, build trust, help disputants come up with productive solutions to conflicts, and read body language and verbal clues to assess progress and avoid escalating conflict. Understanding and applying ethics for mediators will be included in this course. Information in this course is built upon the three prerequisite courses. Prerequisites: 40110, 40112, and 40114. Nancy Greiff, PhD. Course: 40125 SPA: Apr 5-6 Marianela Gish $639 For: 16 hours SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm Culinary Arts Introducing our new partnership with the Escoffier Online International Culinary Academy! Whether you are a culinary novice or a professional, our unique online learning environment is designed to help you acquire the knowledge, skills, and confidence to awaken and enrich your culinary passion. Completion of our Culinary Arts Program will result in a solid culinary foundation and association with the ideals of the great Master Chef, Auguste Escoffier. The mission of the Escoffier Online International Culinary Academy is to deliver a robust culinary program wherein the novice cook and culinary professional can practice and acquire the techniques and methods of the Master Chef, Auguste Escoffier, through a chefled, self-paced virtual culinary program. Culinary Fundamentals Online Program $3995* *UNM Continuing Education Students receive a 15% discount on this program! Be sure to mention UNM Continuing Education when registering. To Register, call 1-855-696-6602 Don’t forget to mention UNM Continuing Ed for a 15% discount! For more information, visit ce.unm.edu/CulinaryArts 16 Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  18. 18. Health and Wellness Professions Many courses in this area are also part of a certificate program. You’ll find a list of our certificate programs on page 5. Find out more by visiting our website at ce.unm.edu/HealthCare There you’ll find certificate requirements and program supervisor contact information. Emergency Medical Services American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR & AED This American Heart Association (AHA) approved course teaches basic CPR skills such as performing a head tilt-chin lift, giving high quality chest compressions and breaths as well as basic AED (Automatic External Defibrillation) operations. Skills are taught using AHA’s research proven Practice- While-Watching technique which allows Instructors to observe students, provide feedback and guide students in their acquisition of skills during class. This course is recommended for all community individuals with limited or no medical training, such as employees in the workplace, police, airline personnel, security guards, personal trainers and family members of patients at high risk for sudden cardiac death. Successful participants will receive a Heartsaver CPR AED course completion card for this four hour course. Course: 38053 SPA: Jan 11 UNM Valencia staff $69 For: 4 hours Sa 8:30am-12:30pm Course: 38054 SPA: Feb 15 SPB: Apr 26 UNM Valencia staff $79 For: 8 hours Sa 8:30am-5:30pm Sa 8:30am-5:30pm Health Care Careers The courses in this section are also part of a certificate program Certificate in Administrative Medical Coding and Billing For more information on these certificates, go to ce.unm.edu/certificates. Register Now! We want to make sure that you have a seat and materials. If your class is full, please add your name to the waiting list. CPT-4 Coding Specialist (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced) This is an intense CPT coding course. Begin at the basic level, where students gain an understanding and foundation of CPT-4 coding, then progress into evaluation, management, and surgery sections, followed by all other organ and body systems. The course concludes at the advanced level by coding from the medical record documentation. There will also be a complete review of modifiers. Prerequisite: Course #38104 Medical Terminology and Human Anatomy for Coders. Required Text: CPT 2014 Professional Edition (Current Procedural Terminology, Professional Ed. (Spiral) ISBN-13: 978-1603598446; Publisher: American Medical Association, Publication date: 9/13/2013. Student should purchase from the American Academy of Professional coders at http://www.aapc.com/ or by call toll free at 800-626-2633. Course: 38102 $769 For: 37.5 hours SPA: Jan 28-May 6 T 5:30pm-8:00pm Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 17 Health and Wellness AHA HeartSaver First Aid This American Heart Association (AHA) approved course teaches basic first aid skills such as removing gloves aseptically, identifying medical emergencies including administration of an Epinephrine Pen, stopping bleeding and proper bandaging techniques. Skills are taught using AHA’s research proven Practice-While-Watching technique which allows Instructors to observe students, provide feedback and guide students in their acquisition of skills during class. This course is recommended for all community individuals with limited or no medical training, such as employees in the workplace, police, airline personnel, security guards, personal trainers and family members of patients at high risk for sudden cardiac death. Successful participants will receive a AHA Heartsaver First Aid course completion card for this three hour course. Course: 38050 $69 For: 3 hours SPA: Mar 15 Sa 8:30am-11:30am UNM Valencia staff American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR In this course, health care professionals learn to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR to victims of all ages, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. This course is recommended for all health care providers such as doctors, EMS personnel, physician assistants, dentists, nurses, and respiratory therapists who must have a credential (certification card) documenting successful completion of a CPR course. This is a 5 hour course. If students wish to purchase a book to keep an additional $15.00 fee will be charged. (Use of American Heart Association materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course materials; do not represent income to the Association.)
  19. 19. ICD-9 Coding Specialist (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced) This is an intense ICD-9 coding course, which starts with the format and convention behind the International Classification of Diseases, then builds upon these coding fundamentals until the student can code complex diagnoses from the medical record documentation. ICD-9 Volumes 1, 2 and 3 will be covered. Prerequisite: Course #38104 Medical Terminology and Human Anatomy for Coders. Required text: 2013 ICD-9 Vol 1-3 Diagnostic code set for hospital and payer organizations Student should purchase from the American Academy of Professional coders at http://www.aapc. com/ or by call toll free at 800-626-2633. Health and Wellness Course: 38103 $769 For: 37.5 hours SPA: Jan 27-May 5 M 5:30pm-8:00pm Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP Medical Terminology and Human Anatomy for Coders Knowledge of Medical Terminology and Anatomy is essential in any medical setting. This course introduces the foundations of medical language and human anatomy as it applies to medical orders, billers and office personnel. Prefixes, suffixes, diagnostic and medical terms will be covered as well as human anatomy in illustration form. The overview and discussion of body systems and diseases will be covered. Note: Required text: Student should purchase required textbook Medical Terminology and Anatomy for ICD-10 Coding, 1st ED - Betsy J. Shiland (ISBN: 978-1-4557-0774-4) from a vendor of their choice. Course: 38104 $769 For: 37.5 hours SPA: Jan 27-May 5 M 5:30pm-8:00pm Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP ICD-10-CM Coding Specialist This is an intense ICD-10-CM coding course, which starts with the format and convention behind the International Classification of Diseases, then builds upon these coding fundamentals until the student can code complex diagnoses from the medical record documentation. Prerequisite: Course #38104 Medical Terminology and Human Anatomy for Coders. Note: Student should purchase required textbook 2014 ICD10-CM The complete Official Draft Code Set (ISBN: 9781622540679). Course: 38105 $769 For: 37.5 hours SPA: Jan 29-May 7 W 5:30pm-8:00pm Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP 18 ICD-10 PSC Coding This course is designed to introduce students to the new ICD-10-PCS (procedure coding system) which has replaced volume 3 of the ICD-9 coding system. The history and development along with the makeup of codes, structure and characterisitics will be covered. This course includes documentation review and concludes with coding from the medical record. Students should purchase the 2014 ICD-10-PCS The complete official draft code set (ISBN9781622540181) Course: 38106 $439 For: 7 hours SPA: Feb 15 Sa 8:30am-3:30pm Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP Medical Billing and Healthcare Specialist Prepare for a variety of administrative positions in the medical industry, including Admitting Clerk, Medical Biller, Claims Processor and Medical Front Office. Learn third-party payer billing, state and federal rules and regulations, compliance issues, HIPAA, patient record keeping, patient registration, and scheduling. Review reimbursement methodologies, fee schedule reimbursement and charge-master issues, along with an introduction to CPT-4 and ICD-9 coding systems. Course materials included in course fee. Course: 38110 $769 For: 37.5 hours SPA: Jan 30-May 8 Th 5:30pm-8:00pm Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP CPC National Certification Boot Camp This five hour fast paced boot camp will prepare students to take the CPC® national certification exam. All sections of the exam will be reviewed and testing techniques/tools will be covered. The boot camp will conclude with a timed mock exam. Students must bring their current editions of the CPT-4, HCPCS and ICD9 coding books. Course material is included in course fee. Prerequisite: Course #38104, #38102, #38103 or equivalent. Course: 38112 $109 For: 6 hours SPA: May 17 Sa 8:00am-2:00pm Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP ATTENTION VETERANS Take charge of your career by pursuing a certificate to help you meet your goals. Veterans, National Guard, active duty military and families—take advantage of your educational benefits by pursing a career-oriented certificate in Digital Arts, Computers and Technology, Professional Development or Health Care with us. For more information, see our website at ce.unm.edu. Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  20. 20. ICD-10-CM Proficiency Boot Camp for AAPC Certified Coders Effective with the October 2014 implementation of the new ICD-10-CM coding system the Americian Academy of Professioanl Coders (AAPC) has mandated all Certified Professional Coders (CPC)s take an ICD-10-CM proficiency exam in order to maintane their credential/certification. This 1 day boot camp is designed to prepare CPCs for this proficiency exam. A complete review of the new coding system in addition to highlights of each of the chapters will be reviewed. The bootcamp will conclude with a 25 question mock exam. Students should purchase the 2014 ICD-10CM The complete Official Draft Code set (ISBN: 9781622540679) Course: 38114 $109 For: 5 hours SPA: Jan 25 Sa 8:00am-1:00pm SPB: Mar 1 Sa 8:00am-1:00pm Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP Course: 38125 $439 For: 12 hours SPA: Feb 21-Mar 14 F 5:30pm-8:30pm Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP For more information on these certificates, go to ce.unm.edu/HealthCare. These are online classes taken on your own computer at your own pace. Dates and times are placeholders only. Companion textbooks included in tuition. UNM Tuition Remission eligible. Medical Transcription Editor Online Approved by the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI), the Medical Transcription Editor program prepares students to work in medical transcription and editing. Topics studied include medical terminology, anatomy, pharmacology, healthcare documentation, and editing theory and technique, among others. Students also develop their typing and listening skills on hundreds of authentic, employer-provided dictations. Enrollment includes ten textbooks, a transcription foot pedal, a 15-month membership to AHDI, and a 15-month subscription to an online reference library. Course: 38128 $2495 For: 640 hours SPA: Continuous Enrollment Note: This is an online class taken on your own computer at your own pace. Dates and times are placeholders only. Career Step Medical Administrative Assistant Online Approved by the National Healthcareer Association, the Medical Administrative Assistant program prepares students to earn the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) credential after graduation. Topics studied include Microsoft Word and Excel basics, healthcare documentation and reimbursement, medical terminology, basic anatomy, practice finances, and standard office procedures, among others. In addition to one-on-one instructor support and personalized graduate support, students receive twelve textbooks and a pocket style guide for on-the-job business writing. Course: 38132 $1595 For: 200 hours SPA: Continuous Enrollment Note: This is an onine class taken on your own computer at your own pace. Dates and times are placeholders only. Career Step Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 19 Health and Wellness ICD-10—CM: Transition and Mapping The transition to ICD-10-CM is required for everyone covered by the Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA). It is important to prepare now for this transition. Effective October 2014 ICD-10-CM for diagnoses coding will replace the existing ICD-9 codes for reporting medical diagnosis. This course will provide the general structure and characteristics of ICD-10-CM to include structures of the tabular list, conventions in the tabular list, punctuation, words/ phrases with special meanings, notes, terminology, Alphabetic index, Abbreviations and principles for code set maintenance. In addition this course will cover the documentation challenges that present due to the increase in codes from 14,000 in ICD-9 to 69,000 in ICD-10. Coding crosswalks, mapping and ICD-10-CM official coding guidelines will also be covered. Students should purchase the 2014 ICD-10-CM The complete Official Draft Code set (ISBN: 9781622540679) Healthcare Careers Online
  21. 21. Pharmacy Tech Online The Pharmacy Technician program prepares students to earn their national certification by passing the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) Exam. Topics studied include pharmacology, pharmaceutical calculations, and pharmacy law, regulations, and standards, among others. During the training, students have the opportunity to participate in an on-site externship at a local Walgreens or CVS Pharmacy. In addition to oneon-one instructor support and personalized graduate support, students receive six textbooks and a drug reference handbook. Health and Wellness Course: 38140 $1895 For: 285 hours SPA: Continuous Enrollment Note: This is an online class taken on your own computer at your own pace. Dates and times are placeholders only. Career Step Professional Medical Coding and Billing Online The NEW Professional Medical Coding and Billing program was designed by leading industry experts to prepare students for the new ICD-10 code set, and this training is used by some of the largest and most respected healthcare organizations in the country. The course prepares students to pass the Certified Coding Associate (CCA) and Certified Professional Coder (CPC) certification exams and covers healthcare information management, reimbursement methodologies, and biomedical sciences, among other topics. ICD-10, CPT, and HCPCS codes are taught in an extensive practical section, giving students valuable hands-on experience. In addition to one-on-one instructor support and personalized graduate support, students receive textbooks, a complete set of industry code books, and access to an online reference library. Course: 38145 $2495 For: 565 hours SPA: Continuous Enrollment Note: This is an online class taken on your own computer at your own pace. Dates and times are placeholders only. Career Step ICD-10 Fast Track This is a 135 hour course for those who have already taken a coding course (learning ICD-9) or who are working or have worked in the field of coding using ICD-9. In this course, you will learn the necessary Biomedical Sciences that will be needed in order to effectively do ICD-10 Coding. These include: Advanced Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology. Course: 38146 $695 For: 135 hours SPA: Continuous Enrollment Note: This is an online class taken on your own computer at your own pace. Dates and times are placeholders only. Also note a materials fee of $69.95. Career Step 20 Healthcare Careers Online Enhance your learning with these online options from Gatlin and Ed2Go. HIPAA Compliance $119 Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach $119 Medical Billing and Coding + Medical Terminology $1995 Visit ce.unm.edu/Online for course descriptions and registration information Phlebotomy Phlebotomy Certificate Program For more information on this certificate, go to ce.unm.edu/HealthCare. To apply, prospective students will need to verify all prerequisites. The deadline to enroll in the summer certificate program is May 15. Register for 38204 and receive a 10% discount off the tuition of Phlebotomy Essentials, Laboratory and Clinical Experience (38205) for the certificate program. Enroll in these courses as the Phlebotomy Student Package and pay only $2488.10. Discover Phlebotomy Discover Phlebotomy is your opportunity to learn if this medical career is for you. Learn about blood draws and the risks and rewards of this in-demand occupation. Consult with a working phlebotomist about the types of job placement and salary range. Learn about the national certification through the American Society for Clinical Pathology’s Certified Phlebotomy Technician (ASCP PBT) exam. Register for 38204 and receive a 10% discount off the tuition of Phlebotomy Essentials, Laboratory and Clinical Experience (38205) for the certificate program. Deadline to enroll in 38205 is May 15, 2013 with all prerequisites completed. Course: 38204 $59 For: 3 hours SPA: Mar 11 T 9:00am-12:00pm Note: 10% discount on course 38205 with enrollment in this class. Note: time change from printed catalog Sharon Whetten, BSMT (ASCP) SPB: Mar 11 T 5:30pm-8:30pm Note: 10% discount on course 38205 with enrollment in this class. Note: time change from printed catalog Sharon Whetten, BSMT (ASCP) Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  22. 22. Personal Training Fitness and Wellness Online Certified Personal Training Certificate For more information on this certificate, go to ce.unm.edu/HealthCare. Personal Trainer for NASM Certification Ready to make a passion for fitness and motivate others as your professional goal? Acquire a comprehensive knowledge of human movement science, as well as functional assessment and program design to prepare you for the NCCA accredited NASM Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) Certification. Discover the power behind Optimum Performance TrainingTM (OPTTM) as you will learn the scientific rationale, teaching tools and the practical experience necessary to perform assessments, create individualized programs including nutrition, and behavior modification and progress your clients to their goals. New skills can be applied quickly to build clientele and increase revenue. This course provides registration for the NASM CPT exam. Enhance your learning with these online options from Gatlin and Ed2Go. Personal Training and Group Exercise Training for Older Adults $2395 Nutrition for Optimal Health, Wellness, and Sports $2595 Certificate in Holistic and Integrative Health $850 Visit ce.unm.edu/Online for course descriptions and registration information. Health and Wellness Course: 38221 $1529 For: 24 hours SPA: Jan 25-Mar 1 Sa 9:00am-1:00pm Note: Course books and material are provided. NASM exam will be scheduled through ICWA after successful completion of the training. Jonathan Smith, RD, LD Fresh Look Fitness Getting to the CORE of your Fitness If you’re looking to get a fitness push or maybe considering becoming a certified personal trainer, come join us. Using equipment like balance balls and wobble boards, core training stresses strength and conditioning of the stabilizing muscles of the mid-section. Researchers say exercising the core muscles in the hips, lower back, and abdomen improves overall stability for daily activities and sports performance. FREE information session Tuesday, December 10, 2013 6:00 PM UNM Continuing Education 1634 University Blvd. NM Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 Contact Loree Nalin at 505-277-6025 or lnalin@unm.edu 21
  23. 23. Holistic Health­— Center for Life Classes Health and Wellness Classes offered by the UNM-MG Center for Life are held at 4700 Jefferson Blvd., Suite 100, Albuquerque, NM (behind the Lovelace Women’s Hospital on Montgomery and Jefferson). All are welcome to participate. You do not need a referral for these courses. For additional course information contact the Center of Life at 505-925-7464 or 505-925-4551. Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) If you’ve ever wanted to learn meditation, you won’t want to miss this amazing opportunity. Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is an eight week course that leads participants through a uniquely comprehensive study and practice of mindfulness meditation: what it is, how to do it in our daily lives to reduce stress, manage pain, help with sleep issues, addictions, high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, and more, and how it enables our ability to participate in our health and healing. The course culminates with an all-day meditation retreat, an absolute once-in-a-lifetime experience. Participants receive four CD set of Guided Meditations and a comprehensive workbook; full of invaluable information, explanations, and tips, useful during the sessions and as you develop your independent practice. This wonderful series of meditations are a direct descendent of the Dr. Jon Kabat Zinn’s MBSR Program and could not be provided without his generous and exceptional guidance. More information about MBSR is available at:http://www.mindfullivingprograms. com/whatMBSR.php Course: 38250 $290 For: 18 hours SPA: Jan 23-Mar 13 Th 5:45pm-8:00pm Note: Saturday All-day Retreat is March 2 beginning at 9:00 AM. Location will be announced in class. All are welcome to participate. You do not need a referral. Questions? Call Center For Life at 925-4551 Michelle DuVal, UNM Center for Life SPB: Apr 10-May 29 Th 5:45pm-8:00pm Note: Saturday All-day Retreat is May 17 beginning at 9:00 AM. Location will be announced in class. All are welcome to participate. You do not need a referral. Questions? Call Center For Life at 925-4551 Michelle DuVal, UNM Center for Life Mindful Eating and Living (MEAL) Mindful Eating and Living (MEAL) is a one-of-a-kind program developed by UNM that runs six weeks and teaches participants an entirely new approach to weight loss and healthy eating habits. Participants learn the clinically proven techniques of mindfulness and learn how to hone and direct their skills toward eating and weight issues. Some of the key program points include learning how to apply mindfulness toward food choices, developing a greater awareness toward hunger and satiety clues from the body, and understanding how stress impacts not only how we eat but how we live our 22 lives, and special attention is paid toward developing the stress management tools for a lifetime of health and greater well being. Each class also includes specially designed mindful eating exercises to specifically apply what we learn to a direct experience of mindful eating. Course fee includes weekly sessions, all food for in-class eating exercises, a comprehensive coursebook and a 3 CD set of guided meditations. Course: 38252 $235 For: 12 hours SPA: Feb 3-Mar 10 M 5:45pm-7:45pm SPB: Apr 21-May 26 M 5:45pm-7:45pm Note: A fee of $15 for food will be paid to the instructor at the first class meeting. All are welcome to participate. You do not need a referral. Contact phone number for the Center of Life is 925-4551. Michelle DuVal, UNM Center for Life Clinical Energy Medicine: Healing Touch Program—Level I The emerging field of energy medicine is practiced in hospitals and healthcare facilities across the nation. Conventional medical practitioners integrate these holistic concepts recognizing the intrinsic wholeness of the person, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Indeed energy medicine has been practiced for hundreds of years in cultures all over the world and this program acknowledges these age old practices and builds a holistic foundation for health and healing. Explore the fundamentals of energy medicine in this two-day certificate program. Develop knowledge and skills of energy anatomy and apply energy medicine principles to health and healing every day in your work with others. This class is experiential, students will learn techniques, protocols, scope of practice and therapeutic presence in relationship to the human energy field. The Healing Touch Certificate Program is an educational program dedicated to offering classes in the energetic therapy modality of Healing Touch. It is a multi-level certification that provides practitioners the ability to move from beginnger to advance levels of energy work. Note: All are welcome to participate. You do not need a referral. The Healing Touch Program is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Commission on Accreditation. 16 CE’s are provided for nurses and massage therapists. Direct student questions to Center of Life at 925-4551. Course: 38256 SPA: Jan 25-26 Barbara Welcer SPB: Mar 29-30 $365 For: 20 hours SaSu 8:00am-6:00pm SaSu 8:00am-6:00pm Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  24. 24. Holistic Health The courses in this section are also part of a certificate program. Clinical Herbalism Certificate For more information on this certificate, go to ce.unm.edu/HealthCare. Coming this summer— NEW online courses by Sonia Masocco covering the TOP TEN herbs categories. Clinical Herbalism 101 This course provides health care professionals and interested community members a basic foundation in Medical Herbalism. Students will explore the basic concepts of herbal terminology, botany, and medicinal uses of herbs for different systems of the body. Topics will include herbal preparations and regulations, plant identification, herb-drug interactions, cultural diversity and traditional techniques in diagnostics and medicinal uses of herbs. Clinical Herbalism 102 This course provides health care professionals and interested community members applied skills for the practice of Clinical Herbalism. Students will learn fundamental principles behind preparation of choice and practice making fresh and dry tinctures, cordial preparations, ghee and honey preparations, syrups, suppositories and inhalers. Synergies, potentiation and incapsulation will also be part of the experiential learning process. Note: Materials fee of $30 will be collected by the instructor at the first class. Material kits will be distributed at the first class. Required text: The Herbal Medicine-Maker’s Handbook: A Home Manual by James Green (ISBN: 978-0895949905). Course: 38280 $59 For: 3 hours SPA: Feb 1 Sa 9:30am-12:30pm Note: UNM Tuition Remissions eligibile under Personal Enrichment. Sonia Masocco, LDT, C.AY, CAH Ayurveda Basics & Assessment Techniques Ayurveda achieves wellness through an emphasis on prevention and balance. There are many internal and external factors that weigh on us as individuals to disturb our balance; examples include emotional states, diet and food choices, seasons and weather, physical trauma, and relationships, both at home and at work. This class helps participants to understand these factors, and defines appropriate actions, based on individual student personalities and constitutions, to restore balance. Health care professionals, care givers, and interested community members will all benefit from the knowledge gained in this course. Course: 38281 $279 For: 12 hours SPA: Feb 6-Mar 13 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm Note: UNM Tuition Remissions eligibile under Personal Enrichment. Sonia Masocco, LDT, C.AY, CAH Online Courses in Health and Wellness For online courses in Health and Wellness topics offered by SkillSoft and Ed2Go, please see our website at ce.unm.edu. Course: 38265 $199 For: 16 hours SPA: Apr 1-May 20 T 6:00pm-8:00pm Sonia Masocco, LDT, C.AY, CAH Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 23 Health and Wellness Course: 38261 $179 For: 20 hours SPA: Apr 3-Jun 5 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm Note: Eligible for UNM Tuition Remission - Personal Enrichment. Recommended Text: Fundamentals of Pharmacognosy and Phytotherapy by Heinrich, Barnes, Gibbons & Williamson (ISBN 9780702033889) 2nd Edition - Student purchases through vendor of their choice Sonia Masocco, LDT, C.AY, CAH Discover Integrated Wellness: Ayurveda, Food as Medicine, Herbalism and More In this class you will learn how to reach optimal health through integrated wellness. By understanding fundamental principles of ancient vedic sciences, using food as medicine and role of herbalism, you will have the road-map to connect for yourself and in your work healthier behaviors to enjoy life to the fullest. This is an excellent intoduction to those working in health care, behavioral and mental health care or fitness or health coaching or case managers for clients of all ages with the added benefit of your own wellness tune-up.
  25. 25. Human Services Careers The courses in this section are also part of a certificate program. Case Management Lunch & Learn Workshop: Veterans & Their Families This Lunch & Learning workshop will serve as a foundation for developing and/or enhancing the competencies and skills needed for effective and professional case management. Topics include the five components of case management, the principles of case management, the roles of the case manager, recommended ethical practices, community resources, effective communication and problem solving. The focus for this spring workshop are the issues important to military members, their families and veterans and their pre- and post-deployment needs. Lunch is provided. Course: 38755 $169 For: 8 hours SPA: Mar 28 F 8:30am-5:30pm Note: Lunch is included for this course To be Announced Health and Wellness Substance Abuse Studies The courses in this section are also part of a certificate program. Substance Abuse Studies Training Program For more information on this certificate, go to ce.unm.edu/HealthCare. Aren’t sure of the licensure requirements in New Mexico to become an addiction counselor? Enroll in our course 39465 and learn the answers to your questions. All rule and regulations for licensure can be found on the New Mexico Counseling and Therapy Practice Board web site. Prerequisites for Success Due to the intensity and nature of our program, we request that those in recovery have been sober for a minimum of one year before seeking admission. Some may find it more helpful to have two or more years in recovery. Please note that the courses are not intended as part of a recovery program to support participant sobriety, or as a replacement for therapy. Students are expected to be open-minded and willing to learn about and discuss new and different approaches for the treatment of addictions. Enrolling in courses under the Substance Abuse Studies Training Program Certificate requires approval from the Program Supervisor. Registration is by phone only. The step for approval can be found at ce.unm.edu or contact Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor at hhs@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6025 for more information. 24 LADAC Exam Preparation Review the content for the CADAC and LADAC exams, and be ready for test day! This class provides exam content outlines and review four content sections, including counseling practices and skills (12 core functions), theoretical basis of counseling, professional considerations (cultural competency and ethics) and pharmacology. Student purchases the textbook, Fundamentals of Addiction Counseling a Primer from DLC Publishing in Santa Fe (see Special Comments). Course: 39310 $129 For: 8 hours SPA: Feb 1 Sa 8:30am-4:30pm Note: Student purchases textbook: Fundamentals of Addiction Counseling a Primer, available from DLC Publishing P. O. Box 29195 Santa Fe, NM 87592 Phone: 866 471-1742 (toll free) Fax: 801 991-7081 Email: v_angel@dlcllc.org Jennifer Cady, MA, LPCC, LADAC Working with Family Members This course focuses on involving family members in effective treatment. The course begins with a review of historical conceptions of the role of families in substance dependence, and of various approaches to family therapy. Participants are introduced to behavioral couples counseling. Effective methods for engaging unmotivated substance users are reviewed, including community reinforcement and family training (CRAFT). Also discussed are Al-Anon, the impact of parental substance abuse on children, and the inter-relationship of substance use disorders and family violence. Course: 39412 $129 For: 16 hours SPA: May 10-11 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm Note: Approval required for registration. Materials for this course are available from the SASTP website (online) at http://ceclass.unm.edu/class2/. Please check your course confirmation for details on how to access the SASTP website. Robert M. Tanner Group Therapies Receive an orientation to the most common form of substance abuse treatment delivery in the US: group therapies. What kinds of treatment can be effectively delivered in group format? Skills and styles for managing groups are presented, along with important format issues (open vs. closed groups, confidentiality, crosstalk, group size, managing attrition). Ways to combine individual and group therapies are discussed. Differences from mutual-help groups are considered. Course: 39413 $129 For: 16 hours SPA: Apr 12-13 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm Note: Approval required for registration. Materials for this course are available from the SASTP website (online) at http://ceclass.unm.edu/class2/. Please check your course confirmation for details on how to access the SASTP website. Alyssa Forcehimes, PhD Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  26. 26. Legal, Ethical and Professional Practice An introduction to the unique legal, ethical, and professional issues in substance abuse treatment. Special emphasis is given to confidentiality for clients and records, documentation and case notes, Federal and New Mexico law, and NAADAC’s code of ethics. Professional issues are discussed including dual relationships, and inter-professional communication. Special issues considered include drug testing, assessment of suicide risk, notification and reporting requirements, and interactions between probation, parole, and the courts, including common issues in forensic testimony. Systems and requirements for clinical supervision are discussed. Course: 39454 $129 For: 16 hours SPA: Jan 25-26 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm Note: Approval required for registration. Materials for this course are available from the SASTP website (online) at http://ceclass.unm.edu/class2/. Please check your course confirmation for details on how to access the SASTP website. Vickie McGinley, MA, LPC, LADAC Course: 39458 $129 For: 16 hours SPA: Feb 22-23 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm Note: Approval required for registration. Materials for this course are available from the SASTP website (online) at http://ceclass.unm.edu/class2/. Please check your course confirmation for details on how to access the SASTP website. Bob Phillips, MSW, MA, LMSW, LADAC Course: 39459 $129 For: 16 hours SPA: Mar 22-23 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm Note: Approval required for registration. Materials for this course are available from the SASTP website (online) at http://ceclass.unm.edu/class2/. Please check your course confirmation for details on how to access the SASTP website. Brian Serna, MAC, LPCC, LADAC Managing Co-occurring Disorders Learn how to integrate screening and treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health problems. The prevalence and nature of common co-occurring disorders are reviewed. Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is presented as a comprehensive model for managing concomitant disorders. Also reviewed are pharmacotherapies for mental disorders, case management, and methods for smoking cessation and infection risk reduction. Course: 39460 $129 For: 16 hours SPA: Mar 8-9 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm Note: Approval required for registration. Materials for this course are available from the SASTP website (online) at http://ceclass.unm.edu/class2/. Please check your course confirmation for details on how to access the SASTP website. Jennifer Cady, MA, LPCC, LADAC Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 25 Health and Wellness Behavioral Couples Counseling This course provides a detailed introduction to behavioral couples counseling as a means to improve substance abuse treatment outcomes. A behavioral model is contrasted with other historical models of how the family is involved in addiction. Participants are introduced to the happiness survey and areas of change, behavioral contracting, strengthening couple communication skills, increasing exchange of positive reinforcement, and strategies for problem-solving and conflict resolution. Also considered are screening for, preventing, and addressing family violence. Working with Adolescents: Treatment and Prevention Discuss the differences between adolescent and adult substance use/abuse, and review evidence-based approaches for working with adolescents. Relationships with parenting style and parental substance abuse are considered. Treatment methods considered are family therapies, multisystemic therapy, and adolescent CRA (ACRA). Additionally, a program for working with family members to engage resistant teens into treatment will be introduced: community reinforcement and family training CRAFT. A ‘what works’ review is included, examining the evidence base for various approaches to prevention.
  27. 27. Clinical Supervision Prepare for the often-neglected but important process of clinical supervision. Methods and styles of clinical supervision are reviewed, as are legal responsibilities of the clinical supervisor. Approaches are presented for using session tapes, obtaining and using client feedback, promoting ongoing clinical skill-building, evaluating treatment outcomes, preventing burnout and promoting staff retention. Health and Wellness Course: 39461 $129 For: 16 hours SPA: Apr 26-27 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm Note: Approval required for registration. Materials for this course are available from the SASTP website (online) at http://ceclass.unm.edu/class2/. Please check your course confirmation for details on how to access the SASTP website. Michael DeBernardi, PsyD Cultural Competencies for Counselors This course explores the impact of cultural diversity on the therapeutic process. Through didactic and experiential exercises students will examine their own cultural identity and assumptions as well as learning how to work effectively with clients of different racial backgrounds, cultural traditions, gender identities and sexual orientations. The melting pot, color blindness, political correctness and other American myths that serve to prevent real connection in the therapeutic process will be explored with safety and humor. Course: 39462 $129 For: 16 hours SPA: Feb 8-9 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm Note: Approval required for registration. Materials for this course are available from the SASTP website (online) at http://ceclass.unm.edu/class2/. Please check your course confirmation for details on how to access the SASTP website. Brian Serna, MAC, LPCC, LADAC Aren’t sure of the licensure requirements in New Mexico to become an addiction counselor? Enroll in our course 39465 and learn the answers to your questions. All rule and regulations for licensure can be found on the New Mexico Counseling and Therapy Practice Board web site. How to Become an Addiction Counselor in New Mexico Ready to become licensed (LADAC) or certified in New Mexico or just needing to know how to get moving in that direction? Get accurate and clear information as you enter the rewarding field of counseling. You will also learn the complete process to be licensed in New Mexico as well as how Certification (CADAC) is helpful to counselors. Determine what meets the NM Counseling and Therapy Practice Board education hours in alcohol, drug abuse and addition counseling from your transcripts (post-secondary degree programs, your SASTP transcript, approved workshops, conferences, and in-service trainings). Leave with a plan from this informative session. To help you on your way, this class requires you to register but is tuition FREE. Course: 39465 $FREE For: 1.5 hours SPA: Jan 6 M 6:00pm-7:30pm SPB: Feb 15 Sa 10:00am-11:30am SPC: Mar 28 F 2:30pm-4:00pm SPD: Apr 21 M 6:00pm-7:30pm SPE: May 23 F 2:30pm-4:00pm Note: No program approval is necessary for enrolling in this class Jennifer Cady, MA, LPCC, LADAC Clinical Supervisor Professional Competencies Expand your capacity for teaching, coaching and consulting with new professionals or those just entering the field of counseling. Clinical Supervision is valuable to the organization by developing staff competence to meet high expectations in the 12 core competencies of addiction counseling. This course is an overview of supervision and management as they relate to the practice of substance abuse counseling. Models of supervision and counselor development, supervision and management processes, assessment and evaluation issues, and ethical and legal aspects of supervision are emphasized. Students explore their skills in management, supervision, and consultation, particularly as they relate to recent changes in the mental health care delivery system. Review the Code of Ethics, and describe the legal aspects of clinical supervision. Prerequisite: Currently licensed in counseling or social work in New Mexico, working in a substance abuse or behavioral services organization in a supervisory capacity for 3 or more years. Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) endorsement is a national credential through the IC&RC - NM Credential Board for Behavioral Health Professionals. Course: 39615 SPA: Jan 25-May 24 26 $249 For: 15 hours Sa 1:30pm-4:30pm Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990
  28. 28. Computers and Technology rules and suggestions for naming, renaming, finding, copying, deleting, and backing up files. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. Computer Training Course: 51115 SPA: Jan 21-23 SPB: May 6-8 Margo Bouchard The courses in this section are also part of a certificate program. Computer Literacy Level 1 Computer Literacy Level 2 Access Database Manager Certificate For more information on these certificates, go to ce.unm.edu/Computers. Beginning Keyboarding Learn proper keyboarding techniques and develop speed and accuracy. Students participate in classroom exercises designed to increase keyboarding speed. This course is taught using PCs. No previous computer experience is necessary. Note: This course is for individuals with little or no keyboarding experience. This course may be repeated for additional skill development. Course: 51001 SPA: Mar 4-20 Margo Bouchard $289 For: 18 hours TTh 9:00am-12:00pm $139 For: 8 hours MW 8:00am-12:00pm MW 8:00am-12:00pm Windows 7: Operating System Basics Learn the basic functions of Windows, how to customize its setup, and create and work with shortcuts. Work with the Taskbar, Windows Explorer, Control Panel, file management, Accessories, the Find utility, and online Help. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. Course: 51101 SPA: Feb 4-11 Rav Nicholson $279 For: 12 hours TTh 8:00am-12:00pm Windows: Organize Your Files and Photos Do you or those in your organization waste valuable time searching for your important files and photos? Learn to effectively organize and manage documents and programs with a systematic approach to file, folder, and disk creation, naming, and placement. Learn the Course: 51201 SPA: Jan 29 Tracy Dengler-Kelly SPB: Mar 12 $99 For: 4 hours W 8:00am-12:00pm W 1:00pm-5:00pm Discover Office 2010 This four-hour class will give you a better understanding of the new features and possibilities of Office 2010. If you have upgraded your computer and are frustrated with the new layout, this class will help you refresh your knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. Course: 52011 SPA: Jan 22 Joe Calkins $99 For: 4 hours W 1:00pm-5:00pm Discover Office 2013 Learn the basics of the newest Microsoft Office suite. This class will give you the ability to navigate and use the basic functions of Microsoft Office 2013. Topics covered will include changes from the last version, as well as tips and tricks to help make Office 2013 work for your specific needs. Course: 52021 SPA: Jan 30 Rav Nicholson SPB: Feb 19 Mary Byrd $99 For: 4 hours Th 8:00am-12:00pm W 1:00pm-5:00pm Basic Applications Get started using the three basic applications for MS Office 2010: Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Clear step-by-step instructions show you how to tackle Office 2010 tasks. Topics include: finding hidden files, creating a blog post, writing a letter, assembling and presenting slideshows, developing a publication, and building a spreadsheet. Lessons are presented in bite-sized modules so you can get started right away. Prerequisite: basic computer experience. Course: 52030 SPA: Jan 21-23 Tracy Dengler-Kelly SPB: Mar 17-19 Online: ce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 $219 For: 8 hours TTh 8:00am-12:00pm MW 1:00pm-5:00pm 27 Computers & Technology Course: 51010 SPA: Feb 10-12 Tracy Dengler-Kelly SPB: Mar 24-26 Margo Bouchard Explore Windows 8 Explore the newest Microsoft Operating systems: Windows 8. This four-hour course will give an overview of Windows 8 in order to familiarize students with the newest features. Students should be able to navigate Windows 8 and have a basic mastery of the operating system by the end of the course. Health and Wellness Learn to Use a Computer at any Age Using a computer is for everyone! This beginning computer course for adults acquaints the novice with computer terminology, essential concepts, and best of all--actual experience at the computer. Topics include startup and shutdown procedures, keyboard and mouse operation, and an overview of popular computing functions. Each student will work at his or her computer and will have access to a computer practice space between classes. $219 For: 7 hours TTh 1:00pm-4:00pm TTh 9:00am-12:00pm

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