UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education/UW-Extension connects people with possibilities by providing degrees and certificates for working adults, professional and workforce development, youth and community programs, and resources for business.
Following are upcoming programs that provide opportunities to grow professionally and personally.
Supervisory Management: Learning to Lead
March 8-9, Hudson
Moving into a management role for the first time — or moving into new roles over time — can be stressful for even the most seasoned supervisors. For those just starting out, though, the initial challenges can be overwhelming. This program will provide you with the knowledge and confidence needed to excel as a supervisor.
Indie Publishing from A to Z
Tuesdays, March 6-April 17, Eau Claire
Have you been creating your own world or preserving your thoughts for the future? If you’ve thought about publishing your work and want to know what options you have, come learn the ins and outs of the publishing process.
Helping Mourners Deal with Jealousy, Guilt and Shame in Bereavement
March 20, Eau Claire
Grieving people may experience unsettling emotions after a death, including jealousy, guilt and shame. Learn interventive strategies to help grieving individuals recognize, validate and resolve such complicated reactions. The Hospice Foundation of America webinar will be followed by an in-person panel of local professional experts.
Emotional Intelligence and Empowerment
March 22-23, Eau Claire
Leverage your strengths to draw out the strengths of others. In order to effectively lead, we must first understand ourselves and our core values. Learn how to overcome personal challenges and use emotional intelligence to achieve results.
March 31, Eau Claire
Help your child's imagination grow through art. Artology, for children in grades 3-8, will help encourage creativity by using paint, chalk, fibers and other materials.
For complete program details visit the Continuing Education website, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 715-836-3636.