The new year of 2022 is upon us, which means New Year Resolutions have snuck up on us as well. With the variety of continuing education and training courses in the Huntsville-Madison area, your resolution will enable you to stay current in your field and competitive in the workplace. Here is a list of 7 wonderful resources for professional and continuing studies in Huntsville, AL.
1. University of Alabama Huntsville (UAH)
Professional Development Solutions
UAH’s Professional Development Solutions offers a wide range of non-credit certificates and short courses covering topics in engineering, management, information technology, cybersecurity, data analytics, as well as general professional skills and leadership development. Their 2022 catalogue offers multiple course formats including online on-demand, live virtual, and on campus options.
The beauty of this professional development program is that you can choose a pre-made course that fits your needs or, if you don’t see anything that fits your needs, you can request a customized training program that can be delivered directly to your team. With 75+ courses already offered and the flexibility to create your own, you are sure to find what you need at UAH.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI)
OLLI is dedicated to the education and learning of men and women ages 50 and older. With classes ranging from the basics of French, German, and Spanish to the introduction to Tai Chi, yoga, acting, and more, just about anyone is sure to find something of interest.
Additionally, OLLI offers bonus and special events that are a one-day-only commitment. Most courses and events are low cost. Of note, OLLI is offering a free training session on Google Classroom Wednesday, January 19, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. CST. Head over to their website to see what you can get into this year!
2. Alabama A&M University
If you are located north of Huntsville City, you might want to keep an eye on the Center for Extended Studies (CES) at A&M University. CES is aiming to deliver programs of lifelong learning, through innovative programs that respond to our community’s needs. They will have no specific admission requirements, but there will be nominal fees related to each course or program. Check this site regularly for a list of programs and events as they become available.
3. Huntsville Hospital’s Corporate University
Huntsville Hospital’s Corporate University offers training and continuing education opportunities for physicians, nurses, and other clinical professionals, as well as community education programs on the most currently relevant health-related topics. Corporate University is within the Huntsville Hospital Campus in the Dowdle Center on the corner of Gallatin Street and Governors Drive.
Education opportunities include clinical and medical education, conferences, residencies, and CPR & advanced life support classes. Many of the conferences in 2022 surround trauma nursing and emergency care, including the Third Annual Rocket City Emergency Medical Virtual 3-Day Conference on March 29-31, 2022. Beyond these conferences, Huntsville Hospital offers a wide variety of other medical and clinical courses. Check out their website to see if anything looks interesting to you!
4. Dale Carnegie
Looking to clean up your professional and personal façade with better communication and people skills? The world-famous Dale Carnegie has a course designed for that. Regardless of if you are just starting out in your career or are well into your field, the Dale Carnegie Course provides the mindset and skillset to achieve better results and gain command in your career and personal life.
Dale Carnegie offers a variety of online course options as well as in person class times. For in person courses, contact Nancy Covert (firstname.lastname@example.org) about their currently listed upcoming three courses:
5. American Red Cross
More and more often, employers are looking for skillsets outside of your career field that may help in creative or emergency situations. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid could save a life or land you a job. The American Red Cross offers in person and online classes surrounding the latest proven techniques for care and the science behind them.
The Red Cross offers courses in baby and pediatric first aid, adult first aid, CPR, AED, and courses that successively build on each of these skillsets. These emergency-focused classes are open to anyone of any age in Huntsville. To boot, you can request private trainings for yourself or a group. As of January 2022, the online classes cost around $35 per person, and the in-person classes range from $62-117. Check out the schedule here.
6. Huntsville-Madison Chamber
Didn’t see anything that caught your eye? Try the Huntsville-Madison County Chamber’s page for education and training. Currently, they list nine other resources for professional and continuing studies in Huntsville, including LeanStream, AIDT, LearningQUEST, Delta Solutions & Strategies LLC, Alabama School of Cyber Technology & Engineering, University of Alabama College of Continuing Studies, Alutiiq LLC, Bishop 30 Solutions, and Valley Conservatory. There is surely a course or event for you in the Madison-Huntsville area that can help you turn that New Year resolution into a reality.
7. Calhoun Community College
Looking to brush up on, or go back to, the basics? Calhoun might be just right for you. They offer free, self-paced courses in English as a second language, Microsoft Office, as well as Career Pathway Programs for learners in North Alabama.
Any person 18 years of age or older that is not presently enrolled in school may participate in Calhoun’s Adult Education programs. For more information about class locations and schedules, call 256-890-4793 or register for classes here.
Regardless of your field of expertise, Huntsville has a fantastic mixture of health, engineering, and general professional development courses. Start off 2022 with a fresh mindset and fresh goals to propel your career forward and become your best professional self!
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