Sometimes the education and training you need may require you to look beyond the traditional campus. UNLV Continuing Education leverages the resources of UNLV as Southern Nevada’s premier university to offer a broad spectrum of non-credit courses each term. This fall there are a number of new courses and programs to build and refresh skills or enhance and inspire learning.
Sometimes the training you need does not require going back to college for a degree. UNLV Continuing Education leverages the resources of Southern Nevada’s premier university to offer a broad spectrum of non-credit courses each term.
The fall 2015 Continuing Education Catalog is now available online and in print. Inside, you will find classes to challenge and inspire you. Whether you are looking to build career skills, explore a new hobby, or take a unique journey, the new catalog may have just what you are looking for.
UNLV Continuing Education is involved in preparing the state to succeed in the UAS industry. It has partnered with the UNLV Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering to offer the UAS certificate so anyone can learn about the state-of-the-art technology.
Vegas INC. explores the various economic development and educational opportunities in this article:/http://vegasinc.com/business/legal/2015/jul/06/nevadas-drone-industry-prepares-takeoff/
UNLV Continuing Education will hold a graduation celebration on February 23, 2015 to recognize the new graduates of the UNLV Paralegal Certificate program. The ceremony will be held 5:30-7:30 p.m. in Room 133 of the UNLV Paradise Campus. Graduates are invited to attend along with their families. Light refreshments will be served.
The Grand Canyon is the second-most-visited national park in the country. In-the-know adventurers, however, will tell you there is a better way to experience the Grand Canyon—a raft trip down the Colorado River. This July UNLV geologist Peg Rees and artist/naturalist Sharon Schafer will lead a week-long exploration of the Grand Canyon by motorized raft through UNLV Continuing Education.
Continuing Education’s upcoming term features many classes to challenge and inspire you. Whether you are looking to build career skills, explore a new hobby, or take a unique journey, the new catalog may have just what you are looking for.
Today the Workforce Connections' Board of Directors approved $200,000 to fund participation for 66 newly graduated registered nurses in the GAP Training for RNs program, a 13-week pilot program which will develop new graduate knowledge, skills, attitudes, and competencies to increase employability and retention in the nursing profession.