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OSHA 10 - General Industry Class
OSHA recommends Outreach Training Program courses as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1910. Workers must receive additional training, when required by OSHA standards, on the specific hazards of the job. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Outreach DOL course completion card. Call 307-782-6401 or register here to be notified of new class dates.
PEC Basic Orientation Class
PEC Basic Orientation provides a basic understanding of general safety at an awareness orientation level. PEC Basic Orientation is accredited by both SafeLandUSA and SafeGulf, this one-day safety orientation will give your employees credentials for SafeLandUSA. If your company does offshore work SafeGulf Orientation may be given, at the company’s request. Upon completion of the course, students will be issued a PEC ID card with their name, company name, picture, barcode, and completed course from PEC. Students are automatically entered into PEC’s Advanced Training Tracker where your company’s clients and auditors can view proof of employee orientation. Call 307-782-6401 or register here to be notified of the new class dates.
Private Cheer/Tumbling Lessons
with Jessica Guild
Private Cheer and/or Tumbling Lessons are great for individual athletes or a small group of athletes looking to try out for high school or college cheer. They are also a great way to work on skills for competition. Tumbling, jumping, dancing, and cheering skills can all be practiced. Stunting practice is limited; however, stunting drills and technique instruction may be provided. Private lessons are scheduled directly with instructor. Call Jessie Guild at 307-679-4224. Age requirement 3 years old and older.
There's an App for That!
with David Ricley
Congrats! You’ve mastered taking photos with your smartphone. Want to learn how to share, store and manage those precious moments with friends and family? Have you thought of your smartphone as a resource for maintaining a healthy lifestyle? Everyone knows how important it is; but did you know there are many tools out there that can help you track and plan your diet and exercise? How about mobile banking? Have you ever been away from home needing to pay a bill, check a balance or deposit a check? You guessed it – you can take care of that right on your smartphone with the same safety and security as doing it from home. Join Union at Valley Learning Center for ‘There’s an App for That!’ and find out how quick, simple, and satisfying it is to be able to take care of these tasks and more from the convenience of your smartphone. Pizza, refreshments & snacks will be provided, as will plenty of time for individual Q&A if you’re curious about certain applications or smartphone functions. We look forward to seeing you! ***Please call for next class date 307-782-6401.
Job Readiness Workshop
with Nicole Espy
This excellent workshop covers three areas vital to any job seeker:
1) Job Searching & Matching - Learn how to use the WyomingatWork.com website in job search activities. The principles learned can be applied to other job search/announcements websites. Pre-requisites: create account for the WyomingatWork.com website (minimum username and password). Class will cover subjects such as Labor Market Information, on-line resumes, virtual recruiters and job skills identification utilizing the WyomingatWork.com website.
2) Resume & Cover Letter - Learn the purpose, information on a resume, and types of resumes and their uses. Discussion of cover letters, their purpose and how to write a cover letter. If time allows, critiques of individual resumes will be done. Discussion will cover information on a resume, formatting a resume, and how to use your information for interviewing. Pre-requisite: WyomingatWork.com registration.
3) Interviewing and Dressing for Success - Learn to prepare for interviews. Class provides information on interviewing techniques for successful interviewing, identifying your skills. Also discussed will be attire for interviewing. If time allows, practice interviews will be conducted. Pre-requisites: WyomingatWork.com registration.
Contact Valley Learning Center for next start date, 307-782-6401.
Coding for Kids
with Tera Gilbertson
Most of the objects we use today are powered by code. But how does code work? And why has coding become such an important skill? Come to class and learn about the language powering so much of our tech. Students will learn to make a GIF, and how to use coding and math to create digital projects from angles, and have some fun! Coding is for anyone who is curious, and is interested in more than just programming. Studies show it teaches kids logical thinking and problem solving. Kids who learn to code become more creative and gain confidence by tackling problems by themselves. Coding teaches kids to be creative. They can make, break and fix anything they want. For ages 9-11. Call VLC for start date 307-782-6401.