University of Southern Indiana Continuing Education Courses

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University of Southern Indiana Continuing Education Courses


The Department of Continuing Education at the University of Southern Indiana will offer the following noncredit courses during the week of April 15-21. For more information, or to register for a course, contact USI's Division of Outreach and Engagement at 812/ 464- 1989 or 800/467-8600. Registrations can also be completed online at https:// www.usi.edu/extserv/ssl/regform.asp. To receive monthly emails on upcoming noncredit courses, email Brandi Schwartz, marketing coordinator in the Division of Outreach and Engagement, at blschwartz@usi.edu.

SHRM CERTIFICATION LASTMINUTE REVIEW COURSE

Course Number: PHR551 Fine-tune your human resource knowledge before taking the PHR/ SPHR certification exam. This course covers all major points of the SHRM Learning System and provides a last minute, instructor-led opportunity to review the material before taking the exam. Through discussions, lecture, and question/answer, this interactive course will help build your confidence and test your preparedness. The course will meet from 6 to 9 p.m. on two Wednesdays and Thursdays, April 18, 19, 25, and 26 at USI. Registration is $355 or $315 for members of the Evansville Area Human Resource Association.

VERBAL SKILLS FOR THE SAT

Course Number: ACA400B Cut the SAT Reasoning Test down to size by developing strategies for test taking, identifying study priorities, and working practice questions. Hands-on experience with an interactive computer program in the afternoon will give students practice with topics covered in morning lectures. Take- home practice materials are included in the course fee. Emphasis will be on vocabulary development, written English, and critical reading. The course will meet from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 21 at USI. …

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