Learn something new in Beginning Sign Language 1 or further develop your skills in Beginning Sign Language 2.
Explore new ideas, foster your passion for learning, and meet others who share your interests. Classes are typically held each spring and fall with new topics. Invest in yourself and experience something new.
End of life care is an important topic across several industries. This series offers attendees a unique learning opportunity that combines the perspectives of both national and local experts in end of life care. Sessions will begin with a viewing of the latest webinar from the Hospice Foundation of America. After, a panel of local experts will take the discussion further and allow you to engage with your peers about the presented topics. Consider this specialized series as an option to earn CEUs for your continued professional development.
*Webinars carry a number of board certifications, including social work, nursing and counseling boards.
Ethics and Boundaries Training
Wisconsin social workers, licensed professional counselors, psychologists, and licensed marriage and family therapists, are you looking for a convenient and informative way to fulfill your Ethics and Boundaries requirement? Each of our Ethics and Boundaries workshops targets a specific topic in current issues, practice settings, or client base. Don’t settle for dull or repetitive classes; sign up now for workshops directly relevant to your practice. With multiple locations in Wisconsin, you will enjoy convenience and quality programming from a trusted provider.
Continuing Education for Social Workers, Counselors, Therapists and Psychologists
Continuing Education at UW-Eau Claire offers a variety of interesting and innovative 4 and 6-hour workshops in Ethics and Boundaries, any of which can be applied toward your Wisconsin licensure requirement. Gain the contact hours you need!
UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6669. UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.
You care a great deal about your clients and want the best outcomes for them. What better way to refresh and recharge than to discover the most current research-based assessment tools, intervention techniques, and treatment strategies to help your clients thrive?
Programs in the Focus on Mental Health Series are perfect for social workers, counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists, or any other professional working with clients who struggle with mental health issues. The series is focusing on youth mental health and suicide risk assessment.
The workshops include:
- The latest research
- Practical applications you can use right away
- Interactive learning
- Discussions with peers
- Expert instructors - a combination of faculty researchers and clinicians/practitioners
It’s a convenient, affordable way to earn continuing education contact hours to fulfill your license and certification requirements.
Interested in broadening your professional options? Consider adding foot and nail care to your skill set. With an aging population and rising rates of diabetes, the demand for nurses trained in foot and nail care is increasing. Formal nursing education often neglects this area of practice, resulting in a shortage of professional foot and nail care experts.
Let this shortfall become your opportunity. When you enroll in our Foot and Nail Care: Education for Nurses programs you will gain the skills and knowledge you need to begin a practice of basic foot and nail care. If you’re ready to strike out on your own, also consider enrolling in Foot and Nail Care: Starting a Business.
Planning for graduate school? You know your application will look better with a high score on the GRE, GMAT or LSAT, but are you sure you’re ready for the exam? Let us help! Improve your confidence with our Live-Online test preparation courses. These classes deliver high quality content through live, online instruction.
With live-Online test preparation, you’ll enjoy online convenience with the benefits of a face-to-face class. When it’s time for class, sit down anywhere you have internet connection and enter the virtual classroom of Live-Online. Ask the teacher questions, interact with other students, and if you miss a session, watch the recorded class for up to 30 days after your course ends.
All of our test prep courses include:
- Live, online instruction.
- Experienced, expert instructors.
- Preparation materials.
- Comprehensive presentations and explanations.
- Real questions from previous exams.
If you plan to study on your own, or you’re not quite ready to take a prep class yet, start with our free one-hour online strategy workshops. We’ll give you an overview of the exam and tips for success, plus sample questions and study resources.
Summer Institute has a 40-year tradition of teaching and delighting children across the Chippewa Valley. Your kids will love the variety of activities, and you will appreciate the small classes that promise high quality learning. From art to animals, math to music, stories to science and so much more, Summer Institute will make learning fun for your K-5 child. Join us for hands-on activities, new friends and learning adventures!
What do you get when you combine free education, a free meal, and great networking opportunities? The Wegner CPA’s Nonprofit Roundtable Series! These seminars, focused around a broad range of topics relevant to nonprofit organizations, are presented by topic experts. The roundtable series also allows for great networking connections with other nonprofits in the Chippewa Valley community.
Features/benefits the program offers:
- Two-hour, bi-monthly sessions offered with varying topics relating to nonprofits
- Seminars are free of charge and include lunch
- Opportunity to connect and collaborate with other nonprofit professionals in the community
The Wisconsin Educational Services Program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (WESP-DHH) operates under the direction of the Wisconsin DPI and supports students from across the state who are deaf, hard of hearing, or deafblind.
Each year, WESP-DHH offers courses, events and an annual conference for professionals serving students who are deaf or hard of hearing. UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education offers an option for you to receive university credit for attending these programs. Both graduate and undergraduate credits are offered at a significantly reduced tuition rate.
If you hold a Baccalaureate degree or higher, you may select either graduate or undergraduate credit. If you hold an Associate’s degree, please select undergraduate credit.