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Industry & s s e n i s u B r o Center f rses Schedule of Cou Volume 3, Issue 2

John A. Logan College

Your Training Center

April-June 2010

FEMA Region V Hosts Earthquake Preparedness Training Consortium

Training Highlights: Schedule of Courses

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Registration Info

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State Employees Info 3 Meth Conference

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FAQ’s

5

Pharmacy Tech

6

NIMS Training

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The Center for Business & Industry offers computer training courses to state agency employees. These courses are designed to keep state employees up to date on new software and enhance their job skills.

More than 150 local officials from throughout Southern Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee attended FEMA Region V earthquake preparedness training at John A. Logan College on January 27-28 to learn more about how a major earthquake would impact the region and what their communities can do to prepare. It was the first regional training summit in preparedness for next year’s national mock earthquake exercise training. “Through this summit, we hope to foster strong relationships with elected officials, the private sector and the response community in Southern Illinois, which will enable us to work together on earthquake preparedness,” said IEMA Director Andrew Velasquez III. “While we hope a major earthquake never occurs, we simply cannot afford to be complacent.” According to FEMA’s New Madrid Catastrophic Planning Initiative Phase 2 Report, a 7.7 magnitude

earthquake along the New Madrid Seismic Zone could cause $300 billion in direct economic losses within an eight-state impacted area, while indirect economic losses could total twice that amount. In addition, as many as 3,500 fatalities could occur throughout the affected region, with 7.2 million people displaced and two million people seeking temporary shelter. In addition, Jim Wilkinson, Executive Director of the Central U.S. Earthquake Consortium in Memphis, spoke about plans for a multi-state earthquake exercise planned for 2011

that will involve local, state and federal participants. Other speakers addressed an overview of the region’s earthquake program, mass care and sheltering issues, the state’s plan for ensuring the safety of the transportation infrastructure following an earthquake, and the statewide communications interoperability plan. The training was broadcasted live through an internet feed to FEMA offices throughout the country. Another such training is scheduled for this summer.


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April 

Center for Business & Industry, Schedule of Courses

  

      Level  Date  Room  Beg.  1  F112  Int.  15  F112  Adv.  22  F112  Beg.  6  F112  Int.  13  F112  Adv.  20  F112  Beg.        Beg.  9  H125  Beg.  7  F112  Int.  21  F112  Adv.       

Office 2007  Access  Access  Access  Excel  Excel  Excel  Outlook  Publisher  Word  Word  Word    Office 2003  Level  Date  Room  Access  Beg.  5  F112  Access  Int.  12  F112  Access  Adv.        Excel  Beg.  8  F112  Excel  Int.  16  H125  Excel  Adv.        Outlook  Beg.        Publisher  Beg.        Word  Beg.  26  H125  Word  Int.        Word  Adv.          Other Software  & Workshops  Level 

May 

F112 

QuickBooks '09  Int.  QuickBooks '09  Adv.  Webpage Design  Beg. 

16  F112             

Adobe Photo‐ shop 

Beg.‐Int. 

Adobe Acrobat  Beg.‐Int. 

  

      Level  Date  Room  Beg.  3  F112  Int.  10  F112  Adv.        Beg.  5  F112  Int.  19  F112  Adv.  25  F112  Schedule of Courses Beg.        April-June 2010 Int.  24  H125  Beg.  17  F112  All courses meet from 8:30a-4p Int.        Adv.        *Computer skills courses are $55/person

Office 2007  Access  Access  Access  Excel  Excel  Excel  Outlook  Publisher  Word  Word  Word    *Skills management courses are Office 2003  Level  Date  Room  $90/person Access  Beg.  4  F112  Access  Int.  11  F112  Access  Adv.        The entire schedule of courses Excel  Beg.  18  F112  can also be downloaded at Excel  Int.  27  F112  www.jalc.edu/cbi Excel  Adv.        Outlook  Beg.        Publisher  Int.  12  H125  Registration information on page 4 Word  Beg.        Word  Int.        Word  Adv.          Other Software  & Workshops 

Date  Room 

QuickBooks '09  Beg. 

  

Level 

Date  Room 

QuickBooks '09  Beg. 

QuickBooks '09  Int. 

14  F112  28  F112       

QuickBooks '09  Adv.  Webpage Design  Beg. 

F112 

Adobe Photo‐

Time & Stress Man‐ agement    

Team Building     Visio 2007    

H125  shop  Beg.‐Int.  20  H125  Adobe Acrobat     Beg.‐Int.  25  H125 

23  F110  30  F109  26  F112 

Time & Stress Man‐ agement    

Team Building     Visio 2007    

13  F109  20  F110  6  F112 


Volume 3, Issue 2

June 

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      Level  Date  Room  Beg.  1  F112  Int.  8  F112  Adv.  15  F112  Beg.  2  F112  Int.  9  F112  Adv.  16  F112  Beg.        Adv.  11  H125  Beg.  18  H125  Int.        Adv.       

Attention State Employees:

Office 2007  Through a quarterly schedule, the Center ofAccess  fers one–day training workshops to address Access  the special interests and job requirements of computer users. The Access  Center provides a wide variety of offerings suitable for everyone Excel  from beginners to the more advanced computer users. Excellent inExcel  structors along with small class sizes ensure each learner will reExcel  ceive quality training. Our one–day workshops are the perfect fit for your organization. The schedule of courses can also be located on Outlook  the State of Illinois IATC website http://intra.state.i.us/TCH Publisher  Word  Word  Word  *Important Registration Information   Classes are one-day workshops from 8:30a-4p. Computer Office 2003  Level  Date  Room  courses are $55/person. Time & Stress Management Access  Beg.  7  F112  courses are $90/person. To register or for more information Access  Int.  14  F112  please email name, billing address, class and date of class to Access  Adv.        cbi@jalc.edu or call (618) 985-2828 Ext. 8510. Excel  Beg.  21  F112  **Cancellation Policy: Notification of cancellation is required Excel  Int.        5 working days in advance for all scheduled courses or you will Excel  Adv.  28  F112  be billed. Outlook  Beg.        Publisher  Beg.  4  H125  Word  Beg.        Word  Int.        Other Contact Information: Word  Adv.          Other Software  Center for Business & Industry & Workshops 

John A. Logan College 700 Logan College Rd.

Level 

Date  Room 

Carterville, IL 62910

QuickBooks '09  Beg. 

18  F112 

(618) 985-2828 Ext. 8510

QuickBooks '09  Int. 

25  F112             

cbi@jalc.edu

QuickBooks '09  Adv.  Webpage Design  Beg.  Adobe Photo‐ shop 

Beg.‐Int.  22  H125  Adobe Acrobat  Beg.‐Int.  23  H125  Time & Stress  Management 

   Team Building     Visio 2007    

17  F109  14  F109  30  F112 

www.jalc.edu/cbi

Customized Courses

If through our scheduled courses you do not find the training you need, we will customize a program that meets your needs. We can build a curriculum around you and deliver solutions that best fit your desires to generate results. Our professional staff will work with you to give you the specific help you need and identify the best use of your resources, to deliver a solution that works for you. To setup a customized course or for further information contact us today.


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Center for Business Industry, Schedule of Courses

7th Annual Southern Illinois Meth & Other Drugs Awareness Conference April 27 & 28, 2010

SEATING IS LIMITED. PRE-REGISTRATION BEGINS MARCH

15, 2010

Online Registration at www.jalc.edu/cbi For more information, please call John A. Logan College at 618.985.2828 Ext. 8510 or email cbi@jalc.edu CEUs Available!

EVENT SPONSORS John A. Logan College ■ Southern Illinois Healthcare Alliance Against Methamphetamine Abuse ■ Glotell Distribution Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities ■ The H Group ■ Illinois Department of Corrections ■ Illinois Department of Human Services – Department of Alcohol and Substance Abuse US Attorney for the Southern District of Illinois Illinois Department of Children & Family Services Comit Drug Task Force ■ Law Enforcement Training Unit MTU 15


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Frequently Asked Questions How do I register for courses? There are three easy ways. Call (618) 985-2828 Ext. 8510. Or you can go online to www.jalc.edu/cbi and fill out the online registration. Or you can send an email to cbi@jalc.edu Include your name, billing address, date and name of class when emailing registrations.

How Do I Cancel? The Center for Business & Industry requires at least 5 working days in advance prior to the scheduled course. Cancellations can be made by calling (618) 985-2828 Ext. 8510, or through email to cbi@jalc.edu

Your Training Center

Do I get college credit for these courses? Yes. Attendees can earn vocational skills credit from John A. Logan College for all computer and skills management courses.

Does CBI offer customized training? Yes. If through our scheduled courses you do not find the training you need, we will customize a program that meets your needs. We can build a curriculum around you and deliver solutions that best fit your desires to generate results. Contact us today!

What If I’m a state employee? All courses are offered to State of Illinois employees and are listed on the Illinois Interagency Training Clearinghouse, http://intra.state.i.us/TCH Be sure to work with your training coordinator prior to registering for courses.


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Center for Business & Industry, Schedule of Courses

John A. Logan College –- Center for Business and Industry now offers a training program for those who wish to learn skills for an entry-level healthcare profession. The John A. Logan College Pharmacy Technician program prepares students to enter the pharmacy field in hospitals, home infusion pharmacies, or community pharmacies as an ancillary. Pharmacy technician’s work under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. Course content will include medical terminology specific to the pharmacy, reading and interpreting prescriptions, and defining drugs by generic and brand names. Students will learn dosage calculations, I.V. flow rates, drug compounding and dose conversions. Dispensing prescriptions, inventory control, billing and reimbursement will also be discussed. Schedule of courses is posted online http://www.jalc.edu/cbi/pharmacy_technician_certification.php Completion requirements: Upon successful completion of the program students will receive a John A. Logan College Certificate of Completion and will be eligible to take the National Pharmacy Technician Exam. To receive the Certificate students must have a good attendance record, complete all assignments, and successfully pass quizzes and exams. Although this is a CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT program, letter grades will be assigned. Admission requirements: Students must possess a high school diploma or GED. Length of program: 12 weeks. Includes 60 classroom hours. When: Tuesday’s and Thursday’s Classroom times: 6:30-9:00 p.m. Classroom location: John A. Logan College Workforce Development Building, Room H126. Cost: $999.00 includes textbooks, supplies and materials. Refund Policy: Once you are registered, you must call to cancel your enrollment. Refunds will not be given once the class has started. The College reserves the right to cancel any program. In such cases, a full refund is made.

For complete details about the Pharmacy Technician Training Program and a schedule of Fall courses contact John A. Logan College, 985-2828, ext. 8510. Or email lisanagle@jalc.edu Or online: http://www.jalc.edu/cbi/pharmacy_technician_certification.php Illinois Mandates Certification Beginning on January 1, 2010, within 2 years after being employed as a registered technician, a pharmacy technician  must become certified by successfully passing the PTCB examination or another Board‐approved pharmacy technician  examination in order to continue to perform pharmacy technician's duties. This requirement does not apply to phar‐ macy technicians hired prior to January 1, 2008.


Volume 3, Issue 2

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John A. Logan College Homeland Security Training Schedule Course Name ICS 700 & ICS 100 ICS 200

*ICS 300 (must have ICS 100 and 200)

ICS 400 (must have ICS 100300)

Description

# Hours

Audience

Course Dates

Intro to National Incident Management System and Intro to Incident Command System Training Incident Command System for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents Intermediate Incident Command System Training

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All Federal, State, territorial, private sector and nongovernmental personnel at the following levels of responsibility in emergency management operations – first-line supervisor, mid-level management and general staff

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All Federal, State, territorial, private sector and nongovernmental personnel at the following levels of responsibility in emergency management operations – first-line supervisor, mid-level management and general staff

April 12 & 14, 2010  5:30-9:30 p.m.  Room H126 April 21, 2010  5:30-9:30 p.m.  Room H126

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Advanced Incident Command System Training

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All Mid-level Management Federal/State/Local/Private Sector & Nongovernmental personnel including persons serving as command staff, section chiefs, strike team leaders, task force leaders, unit leaders, division/group supervisors, branch directors, and multi-agency coordination system/emergency operations center staff Persons who will serve as command or general staff in an ICS organization, select department heads with multi-agency coordination system responsibilities, area commanders, emergency managers, and multi-agency coordination system/emergency operations center managers

May 1 & 2, 2010  8 a.m. – 5 p.m.  Room H127 May 15 & 16, 2010  8 a.m. – 5 p.m.  Room H127

The Center for Business & Industry can add additional classes for groups at no extra charge. Please call to schedule additional courses.


Your Training Center

State Agency & Business Development

Schedule of Courses The John A. Logan College Center for Business & Industry can customize a variety of topics that can help improve the skills of your management personnel. These flexible programs can be held on-site or at our campus and will be offered at times that will fit your schedule. The following are examples of class offered. Conflict Resolution  Safety Training  Basic Management Principles  Computer Training  Time & Stress Management  Team Building 

Safety ● Workplace Skills ● Computer Training ● Industrial Topics & Much More

John A. Logan College Center for Business & Industry 700 Logan College Rd. Carterville, IL 62918

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