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Monitoring Nitrous Oxide Use (Hybrid)
with Stephen Hoffman and Katrina Magee
This course prepares dental assistants and dental hygienists to monitor nitrous oxide use during dental procedures. Upon successful completion of the course, the participant will meet the qualifications stipulated by the NH Board of Dental Examiners.
Online portion: November 20th to December 5th, 2020
Clinical portion(NHTI CAMPUS): December 5th, 8:30am - 1:30pm
-RDH OR ADA Graduate Dental Assistant OR proof of completion of POI and ICP courses at NHTI.
Please click here to submit your forms: https://forms.gle/BJfyKyLULam6KUfQ7
Personal Protective Equipment Requirements: Students must provide their own PPE. This class requires a face mask.
PLEASE NOTE: You will NOT be officially registered and a seat will not be reserved for you until ALL necessary paperwork as well as payment is submitted.
EDU 201C Legal and Ethical Issues in Education
1/19/21 - 3/12/21
Predicated upon legislative requirements such as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), this course considers theories and issues in the context of inclusive instructional settings. Students will develop an understanding of the various legal and ethical requirements as well as effective instructional strategies for curriculum adaptation and delivery within the context of Federal and NH State Special Education and Education laws and procedures. (Prerequisite: EDU 104C/TECP51C or permission of department chair of Education) (TECP candidates have additional course requirements for the certification portfolio.)
Registration information & forms can be found at the link below:https://www.nhti.edu/programs-courses/course-schedule/
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
with Debra Schuler
The Proven Personal Leadership System Based on Timeless Principles of Effectiveness
Dates: Tuesdays, 8:30am to 10:30am February 2 - March 9
Includes 7 Habits Online Course Kit!
Based on Stephen R. Covey's book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People®, which after 30 years continues to be a best seller for the simple reason that it ignores trends and pop psychology and focuses on timeless principles of fairness, integrity, honesty, and human dignity for personal effectiveness, leadership development and change.
Presented in six (6) two (2) hour sessions, this series explores how “living the 7 Habits” can help you lead your life in a truly effective way. This proven process of personal and interpersonal growth begins with an introduction to the paradigms and principles of effectiveness. With this foundation in place, we will learn about the habits that lead to personal mastery: being proactive, beginning with the end in mind and putting first things first. Next, we transition to the habits that improve our interpersonal communications and relationships: thinking win-win, seeking first to understand and synergizing. The final habit, sharpening our saw, will illustrate the importance of making self-care a priority. Lastly, participants will identify the areas in their personal and professional lives that matter most and develop a plan for turning their ideas and good intentions into action.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People® MicroCredential Certificate
Participants must complete all sessions in order to be awarded a certificate of successful completion. Participants are surveyed anonymously in advance of the training so as to give instructors a better sense of the participant’s background and expectations. Participants are also surveyed at the end of the program to determine the program's impact and to allow for feedback in order to continuously improve the program.
Session 1: Habit 1: Be Proactive
So often, success is perceived by what we see on the surface, however true development of effectiveness comes from the inside-out and is more about character than personality. Our 7 Habits learning journey begins with proactively taking responsibility for your life. Proactive people recognize that they are "response-able." They don't blame genetics, circumstances or conditions for their behavior. They consciously choose their behavior.
Session 2: Habit 2: Begin With the End in Mind People are working harder than ever, but because clarity and vision are often lacking, they are not getting very far in terms of overall fulfillment and happiness. Highly effective people make a conscious effort to visualize who they are and what they want in life. It's about reconnecting with your strengths and uniqueness and then defining the personal, moral, and ethical guidelines within which you can most happily express and fulfill yourself.
Session 3: Habit 3 - Put First Things First
To live a more balanced existence, you have to recognize that not doing everything that comes across your path is okay. There's no need to overextend yourself. Highly effective people realize that it's alright to say no sometimes in order to focus on their highest priorities. Putting first things first isn’t just about time management, it’s about life management. What are "first things?" Those things you personally find most valuable and meaningful.
Session 4: Habit 4: Think Win-Win and Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood
Thinking Win-Win isn't about being nice, nor is it a compromise. It is a character-based code for human interaction and collaboration. Most of us think about succeeding in terms of someone else failing--that is, if I win, you lose; or if you win, I lose. Highly effective people see life as a cooperative arena, not a competitive one. It’s a frame of mind and heart that constantly seeks mutual benefit which is also critical to understanding others.
Session 5: Habit 5 Continued and Habit 6: Synergize
Communication is the most important skill in life. We spend years learning how to read, write and speak, but what about listening? Most people seek first to be understood, to get their point across, and in doing so, may ignore the other person or selectively hear only certain parts of the conversation and miss the meaning entirely. Seeking first to understand is listening with the intent to understand, not to reply, which establishes mutual respect and opens the door to creative cooperation--the mindset that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.
Session 6: Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw and Key Take-Aways and Action Planning
Sharpening the saw means preserving and enhancing the greatest asset you have--you. It means having a balanced program for self-renewal in the four key areas of your life: physical, social/emotional, mental, and spiritual. Renewing yourself in each of the four areas facilitates growth and change in your life and inspires you to practice the other six habits. You increase your capacity to produce and effectively handle challenges. We will conclude our session with individual reflection, sharing of key take-aways and action planning to set you up for successful ongoing application of learning and positive results in the most important areas of your life.
About Debra Schuler, B.S. Management, Positive Psychology Certificate
Debra Schuler is a lifelong learner dedicated to helping individuals at all stages of life and career lead themselves with more clarity, purpose and intention to achieve greater fulfillment, joy and success personally and professionally. She works with organizations, youth development non-profits, colleges and universities, and women-in-transition throughout the US and globally to inspire others to take bold risks, realize their full potential and achieve greatness in their lives. She earned her B.S. in Management from Rivier University and was awarded a Certificate in Positive Psychology from Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar and the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health. She is also a graduate of Butera School of Art in Boston and a member of the International Expressive Art Therapy Association. She lives in Portsmouth, NH with her husband and son. www.ensolifebydesign.com
ADLC 230C The Four Domains of the Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW)
This eight-week online course includes detailed and comprehensive information on the educational components required by the NH Licensing Board for Alcohol and Other Drug Use Professional as well as education in the Four Domains of the CRSW credential. This course meets the educational requirements for the CRSW. To receive the CRSW certification, however, students must contact the Licensing Board and meet additional requirements which include 500 hours of paid or volunteer work, completion of the IC&RC exam, and any other conditions as required by the Board. This Credential is ideal for anyone seeking a career in the substance use disorder profession, specifically pertaining to the recovery of individuals suffering from the disease of addiction.
Registration information & forms can be found at the link below:https://www.nhti.edu/programs-courses/course-schedule/
Front Line Manager's Microcredential Certificate
with Nick Manolis
Being a frontline manager is hard. Meeting organizational demands in an efficient and effective way can be challenging, frustrating and seemingly never ending. In order to succeed, the frontline manager must not only have the technical skills to do the job, but the people skills needed to cultivate and maintain a culture where employees are recognized as the organization’s most important asset and consistently treated that way.
Presented in six (6) three (3) hour sessions, this series explores what it takes for a frontline manager to become a frontline leader. The journey taken in this series begins with self- awareness, travels through making the break from the line to manager, makes stops to consider the success steps needed to supervise well and arrives with the transition of the manager to leader.
Throughout the entire series the focus will be on the soft skills all managers need. The series is accentuated by active participation of attendees, readings and exercises. Attendees will leave this series not only with the information needed to manage people well, but with the encouragement to do so.
Participants must complete all sessions in order to be awarded a certificate of successful completion. Participants are surveyed anonymously in advance of the training so as to give instructors a better sense of the participant’s background and expectations. Participants are also surveyed at the end of the program to determine the programs impact and to allow for feedback in order to continuously improve the program.
- The Importance of Human Factors
- Making the Break from Line to Manager
- Supervisory Success
- Ethics, Courtesy, Civility, & Respect
- The Leadership Perspective
About the instructor:
Nick Manolis – NHTI, Business & Training Center Instructor
Nick Manolis has spent his career in a wide variety of senior management and consulting roles in the private, public and non-profit sectors focusing on human resource management, training, development and facilitation. Most recently, Nick served as Vice President of Human Resource Development for Associated Grocers of New England. Over the past year Nick has been engaged in providing training and development services to health care, government, food service, manufacturing, distribution and educational organizations. The principle that “helping organizations develop and grow by helping employees develop and grow” fuels Nick’s passion and guides his work.
Please note: Class meets from 1pm - 4pm Tuesdays only on April 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th & MAy 4th and 11th on campus.*
*In the event the pandemic restrictions are still in play this will be offered online over the course of 8 weeks adding May 18th & May 25th from 1pm - 3pm.
Skin & Wound Management Course
Advance your knowledge- become wound care certified
This course offers an evidence-based approach to wound management to help clinicians stay current with the standards of care and legally defensible at bedside. The Wound Care Education Institute® (WCEI®) provides dynamic instructors who use engaging teaching methods proven to help students learn better and retain new material.
Live online course or self-paced options availableNHTI20 Course Flyer
Fore more information contact: Rachael Garner by phone 919-459-7841 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org