STACC (STREET AND AIR CRITICAL CARE) SEPT
The Street & Air Critical Care (StACC) program is a 16week online course designed to provide experienced paramedics and nurses an in-depth understanding of the concepts of critical care transport. Prepares students to pass national critical care transport certification exams. StACC is an IBSC approved review course for those seeking to renew their FPC and CCPC. Participants will be required to purchase the book "Patient Transport Principles and Practice 5th edition" which is not included in the course fee.
SOLIDWORKS CERTIFICATION MECHANICAL DESIGN
This hands-on training course teaches the knowledge and skills necessary to pass the official Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate – Academic Exam (CSWA-EDU). A year of SOLIDWORKS use in industry is recommended. The course offers exam tips, hints, and sample questions that align with each segment of the exam.
SOFTWARE TESTING: CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY (NONCREDIT)
Prepares to become a skilled software testing and quality assurance technician! Learn quality assurance and testing best practices. Training in software testing helps fill the demand many employers are seeking now.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 101
Educates new and seasoned economic development professionals in areas such as community development, business retention and expansion, strategic planning, real estate development, finance, entrepreneurship, neighborhood development strategies, workforce development, and marketing. Course runs on three Fridays (once per month for three months) with a culminating Thursday/Friday event. Course meets 9/13, 10/4, 11/1, 12/5 from 1pm - 5pm, and 12/6.
SHORT-TERM RENTAL (STR) MANAGEMENT - FOUR COURSES (SEPTEMBER)
"Renting a room or an entire home to guests for short stays can be profitable, or it can create loss and liability. Understanding and applying industry “best practices” can benefit hosts and guests. This certification course reviews time-honored and innovative STR management practices, including an overview of the industry, regulations and accounting, marketing and reservations, guest and neighbor relations, maintenance and housekeeping, design and decor, security and guest safety, tech devices and apps, opportunities, challenges, and more! Previous course graduates have evaluated it as vital training they would recommend to all hosts, property managers, realtors, vendors, and investors. The classroom discussions and networking add to the comprehensive instruction presented by an industry leader with over 30 years of experience owning and managing successful vacation homes/short-term rentals. And it costs less than a short reservation.The course includes instruction, testing, the Vacation Rental Management 411 textbook, and additional resources. Graduates also earn use of the respected STR Certification Seal which shows that they have taken their STR knowledge to a professional level. Real Estate professionals may earn 10 CORE CE from the Utah Board of Real Estate. When you rent a home or room to guests, it's a business with risks and benefits. This quality STR education can unlock doors to greater profitability, enjoyment, and success!"
Noon Networking Luncheon
Noon Networking Luncheon - The Spanish Fork Police Department will be speaking about ways to secure your business.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 201
Educate new and seasoned economic development professionals on Community Reinvestment Areas (CRA's) and marketing your community. Through this class the students will create a CRA to include a plan and budget with all documents. Students will also focus on marketing their community with guest lectures to talk about social media, print, web site, brand and logo, and other aspects of marketing. Course dates: 9/20, 10/18, 11/8, 12/13
Shootology-- ribbon cutting Sept. 26 12:00 pm
244 N Main Street, Spanish Fork
UVU WEB DEVELOPMENT & CODING BOOTCAMP POWERED BY BOTTEGA
AUTOMATION AND PROGRAMMING ESSENTIALS
Building upon the Introduction to Professional Programming course, this Automation and Programming Essentials course takes a job and task related approach to programming. Students will learn to read and write comprehensive programs from scratch that execute basic tasks and automate (or, replace) common tasks in the workplace. Students will become familiar with different styles of programming (including Functional Programming, Object Oriented Programming, Procedural Programming, and others). Primary language for the course will be Python taught at an intermediate level, but a significant portion of the class will be spent learning SQL and reading and writing to databases. Prerequisite: UVU Introduction to Professional Programming Certificate or significant industry-based programming experience.