Educators needing CEUs can take tuition-free class
If you are a Mississippi educator and are in need of Continuing Education Units (CEUs),
Holmes Community College is offering a tuition-free class during the second summer
term (July 6-July 30) to receive 4.5 CEUs.
The College is offering Digital Teaching and Learning (BOT 1763 Communication Essentials)
which allows students in the class the opportunity to learn how to communicate with
students online and navigate Canvas to successfully build classes that are engaging
through the use of several media methods. This course also focuses on the skills necessary
to be successful and effective in the workplace.
In addition to effectively contributing to a team while working with a diverse population,
topics include: customer service and business etiquette, understanding human behavior,
personal qualities of success, emotional intelligence, communication, workplace etiquette,
conflict resolution, self-esteem, and goal setting.
"Engaging students in a digital age can be challenging," Vice President for Academic
Programs Dr. Jenny Jones said. "Holmes is fortunate to have an outstanding eLearning
staff who want to assist our K-12 partners in becoming more familiar with online best
practices and tools."
Upon completion of the course, teachers will receive college credit and are also eligible
to receive 4.5 CEUs for a $25 CEU certification fee.
To register for the class, go to holmescc.edu and click on the Enroll Now tab. You'll
need to fill out an enrollment application, and you will be asked to submit a high
school or college transcript for admission purposes.
For more information, contact Career-Technical Counselor Wyndy Peeples at firstname.lastname@example.org
or (662) 472-9098.