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ITIL Foundation Certification Training in Norfolk, NE


The ITIL certification training course is aimed at professionals who require basic understanding of ITIL framework and methods which could be applied to enhance the quality of IT service management. The ITIL training and certification is required to everyone. Everyone interested in aligning IT with business, controlling or reducing IT costs, improving IT service quality and balancing IT resources. iCert Global 2 day ITIL Foundation Training Kit 2Day Classroom Training Learn from ITIL Expert Trainer Accredited ITIL Course Material High Quality e-Learning Content 90 days access (worth $150) 2 full length simulated ITIL Foundation practice tests Exam Tips and Techniques to pass exam in first attempt 100% Money back Guarantee 16 PDU Certificate  Exam Fee included  Visit iCertGlobal-ITILTraining for any queries or future ITIL Foundation workshop dates. Please contact us [email protected] or call us at 713-518-1852. We assure that, all our training classes are confirmed to run with no cancellations and no rescheduling. You can confidently make your training plans with our confirmed classes. Other Trainings: CAPM | PMP | LSSGB | CSM | ECH | ACP | CBAP | CCBA Promo Code – ICERT20 to avail 20% of discount on all our training courses  Please let me know if you have any more queries and I request you to forward to your friends and colleagues who might be interested. I Looking forward for your registration with us. Contact Us : iCert Global LLC E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.icertglobal.com Call Us Now: +1 (713)-287-1187

Venue:
4200 W Norfolk Ave,
Norfolk, NE 68701, USA Norfolk

When:
Wed, 30 Jan 2019 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Norfolk - Child Abuse and Neglect 101: Reporting and Responding to Child Abuse and Neglect


The purpose of this 3 hour course is to prepare mandatory reporters with the knowledge and skill needed to recognize and report child abuse and neglect. Participants will be able to: * Define child abuse and neglect* Identify who must report child abuse and neglect* Practice the questions they should ask children before making a report* Become familiar with the roles and responsibilities of child protective services, law enforcement and child advocacy centers in protecting children* Appreciate that child abuse reporting can be a sensitive and stressful experience for reportersThis training is approved by the Nebraska Crime Commission for 2.75 Crimes Against Children hours.This training is approved by the Nebraska Department of Education for Step Up to Quality In-Service training hours. This training meets the requirements for social work and mental health providers in the state of Nebraska.

Venue:
Faith Regional Health Services
1500 Koenigstein Avenue , Prairie Room Norfolk

When:
Wed, 30 Jan 2019 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Traditional Structure Teach, Classic Autism - Day 1 of 2 Day Event


WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Special Education & Paraeducators (K-12/Transition), General Education Teachers & Early Childhood Teachers who work with students with classic to moderate autism (not high functioning Autism) Community Providers Related Service Providers  Participants will learn the important components of structured teaching including the following:  Structuring the Environment  Individual Daily Schedules  Work Systems/Work Tasks Using visuals in the areas of: Communication Sensory Social Lunch/Materials Cost: $17.50 Each participant will receive a Structured Teaching binder that will include a flashdrive with photos of structured tasks, job boxes and visual examples.  Don't forget to register for Day 2, March 1, 2019

Venue:
Northeast Community College
701 East Benjamin Avenue Norfolk

When:
Thu, 28 Feb 2019 8.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Traditional Structure Teach, Classic Autism - Day 2 of 2 Day Event


WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Special Education & Paraeducators (K-12/Transition), General Education Teachers & Early Childhood Teachers who work with students with classic to moderate autism (not high functioning Autism) Community Providers Related Service Providers  Participants will learn the important components of structured teaching including the following:  Structuring the Environment  Individual Daily Schedules  Work Systems/Work Tasks Using visuals in the areas of: Communication Sensory Social Lunch/Materials Cost: $17.50 Each participant will receive a Structured Teaching binder that will include a flashdrive with photos of structured tasks, job boxes and visual examples. 

Venue:
Northeast Community College
701 East Benjamin Avenue Norfolk

When:
Fri, 1 Mar 2019 8.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


(ASD) Intro to Intensive Teaching of Verbal Behavior- Day 2 of a 3 Day Event


Don't forget to register for Day 3 (Feb. 13th) registration link Presenters: Bernice Maxwell - Verbal Behavior Consultant- NE Regional ASD Team Member Amy Mazankowski - Verbal Behavior Consultant-NE Regional ASD Team Member Check in between 8:00 am - 8:30 am- Content begins at 8:30 am  Lunch Cost: $15.00 (***No federal funds were used for meals***) Audience: Regular Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Parents, Administrators, Speech Language Pathologist, Early Childhood Professionals, Child Care providers and other Professionals working with individuals with the disability of Autism. ********Must register in teams of a minimum of three per District. Space is limited******** Follow up on-site visits will be provided to the participants to facilitate implementation of Verbal Behavior Information Covered: Behavioral Teaching Strategies: Reinforcement, Establishing Instructional Control, Discrete Trials, Error Correction, Shaping, Prompts and fading Prompts, Teaching Verbal Operants: Manding, Motor Imitation, Echoics, Receptive Language, Tacting, and Receptive Language by Feature, Function and Class, Data Collection and fidelity checks will be given. A Google Team Drive will be provided to each person who is registered for this workshop, along with a flash drive full of resources and content information. This is a “green” conference in that limited paper copies will be provided. Please feel free to download information to your device prior to coming to the workshop  If you need further assistance, please contact Amy Mazankoswski at 402 564-0815 or email [email protected]

Venue:
Tilden Public Library
202 South Center Street Tilden

When:
Tue, 12 Feb 2019 8.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


(ASD) Intro to Intensive Teaching of Verbal Behavior- Day 3 of a 3 Day Event


Presenters: Bernice Maxwell - Verbal Behavior Consultant- NE Regional ASD Team Member Amy Mazankowski - Verbal Behavior Consultant-NE Regional ASD Team Member Check in between 8:00 am - 8:30 am- Content begins at 8:30 am  Lunch Cost: $15.00 (***No federal funds were used for meals***) Audience: Regular Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Parents, Administrators, Speech Language Pathologist, Early Childhood Professionals, Child Care providers and other Professionals working with individuals with the disability of Autism. ********Must register in teams of a minimum of three per District. Space is limited******** Follow up on-site visits will be provided to the participants to facilitate implementation of Verbal Behavior Information Covered: Behavioral Teaching Strategies: Reinforcement, Establishing Instructional Control, Discrete Trials, Error Correction, Shaping, Prompts and fading Prompts, Teaching Verbal Operants: Manding, Motor Imitation, Echoics, Receptive Language, Tacting, and Receptive Language by Feature, Function and Class, Data Collection and fidelity checks will be given. A Google Team Drive will be provided to each person who is registered for this workshop, along with a flash drive full of resources and content information. This is a “green” conference in that limited paper copies will be provided. Please feel free to download information to your device prior to coming to the workshop  If you need further assistance, please contact Amy Mazankowski at 402 564-0815 or email [email protected]

Venue:
Tilden Public Library
202 South Center Street Tilden

When:
Wed, 13 Feb 2019 8.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


(ASD) Intro to Intensive Teaching of Verbal Behavior- Day 1 of a 3 Day Event


Introduction to Intensive Teaching of Verbal Behavior 3-day Training Don't forget to register for Day 2 (Feb 12th) registration link, & Day 3 (Feb. 13th) registration link Presenters: Bernice Maxwell - Verbal Behavior Consultant- NE Regional ASD Team Member Amy Mazankowski - Verbal Behavior Consultant-NE Regional ASD Team Member Check in between 8:00 am - 8:30 am- Content begins at 8:30 am  Lunch Cost: $15.00 (***No federal funds were used for meals***) Audience: Regular Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Parents, Administrators, Speech Language Pathologist, Early Childhood Professionals, Child Care providers and other Professionals working with individuals with the disability of Autism. ********Must register in teams of a minimum of three per District. Space is limited******** Follow up on-site visits will be provided to the participants to facilitate implementation of Verbal Behavior Information Covered: Behavioral Teaching Strategies: Reinforcement, Establishing Instructional Control, Discrete Trials, Error Correction, Shaping, Prompts and fading Prompts, Teaching Verbal Operants: Manding, Motor Imitation, Echoics, Receptive Language, Tacting, and Receptive Language by Feature, Function and Class, Data Collection and fidelity checks will be given. A Google Team Drive will be provided to each person who is registered for this workshop, along with a flash drive full of resources and content information. This is a “green” conference in that limited paper copies will be provided. Please feel free to download information to your device prior to coming to the workshop  If you need further assistance, please contact Amy Mazankowski at 402 564-0815 or email [email protected]

Venue:
Tilden Public Library
202 South Center Street Tilden

When:
Mon, 11 Feb 2019 8.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


5th Annual KEL "BACK 9" Bar Crawl - ONESIE EDITION


Join us for the 5th Annual Back 9 Bar Crawl!  ONESIE EDITION!! This fun event is bigger and better than ever. Prizes will be handed out for Best Score, Worst Score and Best Costumes!  (Costumes are not required but encouraged)   Register your Four or Five -Person team (include a designated driver) and make your way around 9 Norfolk establishments--playing games and raising money for a great cause! Proceeds raised will benefit the SMILE Inc. (more information about SMILE can be found here http://www.smilehorsetherapy.org/) Sign up early by the end of January and save a spot a 10 bucks!!  Event is capped at 36 teams! Don't miss out!! Day of Event Details Registartion at 11:30 at 5th Street Bar in Norfolk, NE. Teams will travel to 9 establishments around Norfolk (roughly 25 minutes at each stop) playing quick games, enjoying beverages and food specials, and raising money for a great cause!!  The event will finish around 5:30. Scores will be tallied and winners will be announced!! FAQs  Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? MUST BE 21 TO PARTICIPATE.  What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Each team is required to have a designated driver!! Consider carpooling to and from the event to help with parking.   What can I bring into the event? Costumes are encouraged!!  A FUN, POSITIVE ATTITUDE AND A DESIGNATED DRIVER ARE REQUIRED!! How can I contact the organizer with any questions? email:   [email protected]  What's the refund policy? Refunds provide more than 30 days prior to the event.  NO REFUNDS AFTER THE DEADLINE. The weather in Nebraska in Feburary is unpredicable.  We will hold the event as planned, however the safety of our participants is very important.  IF we have to cancel due to weather, no refunds will be issued, but please know that all proceeds will be used to benefit children in Norfolk.

Venue:
Norfolk
1106 West Norfolk Avenue Norfolk

When:
Sat, 23 Feb 2019 11.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


MJ Live - Michael Jackson Tribute Show



Venue:
Divots Convention Center
4200 West Norfolk Avenue Norfolk

When:
Sat, 9 Feb 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


2019 Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC) *NEW 5th Edition*


Two-Day Course: Wednesday, February 13 from 8:00am-4:30pm Thursday, February 14 from 8:00am-12:00pm ENPC is a course that presents a systematic assessment model, integrates the associated anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology and identifies appropriate interventions. It is written by pediatric nurse experts designed to provide the special knowledge and skills needed to care for pediatric patients in the emergency setting. Through a combination of a two-day intensive course with expert instructors, hands-on training and practice, and on-line learning, you’ll gain the core-level knowledge and skills to care for your smallest patients in the emergency care setting. The new, just-launched and completely revamped version of ENPC provides an engaging learning experience designed to enhance your ability to care for a pediatric patient. Systematic approach to initial assessment Multi-platform learning Hands-on skills stations Avatar-driven simulation experience Interactive exercises Case-scenario-based online modules Patient experience videos Electronic testing allows you test outside of classroom time Target Audience: RNs, LPNs, PAs, EMT-P. Only RNs may participate in the testing portion of this course and receive verification. Others may attend the course and receive continuing education credit.  Faculty: Presenters are ENPC instructors through the ENA who work throughout the region in Emergency Medicine. Continuing Education Contact Hours:  CE hours (15.58) are awarded to participants regardless of their performance during testing. Verification is valid for four years. The Emergency Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. The Emergency Nurses Association is approved by the California Board of Registering Nursing. Provider #2322.   Registration Information  Fee: $300 (includes the cost of the book, breakfast & snacks on both days)  Lunch will be on your own on both days. All attendees will need the ENPC Manual 5th Edition Cancellation will result in a 20% processing charge plus the cost of any materials. Course Content: Triage and Prioritization Respiratory and cardiac emergencies Shock Trauma Communicable and infectious diseases Dermatology (New topic) Child maltreatment Human trafficking (New topic) Food allergies (New topic) Crisis intervention Heat and cold emergencies Submersion Toxicology Behavioral Health Medication administration Vascular access  There will be pre-course work that is a requirement of this course. You will receive instructions on how to complete the pre-course work with your manual. After receiving payment for the course, ENPC books will be sent (approximately 2-3 weeks prior to course). You will also receive instructions on how to complete the pre-coursework. Participants are expected to read the text and complete the on-line modules prior to the live course.  

Venue:
Faith Regional Health Services
2700 West Norfolk Avenue Norfolk

When:
Wed, 13 Feb 2019 8.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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