The Department of Education and Early Development and the University of Alaska Anchorage will hold the Applied Learning Summer Academy 2001 from May 30 through June 30 at the Alaska Vocational Technical Center at Seward. Dorms and meals are available.
UAA is offering graduate level credits for all courses. Registration and complete course descriptions are available on the Web at www.eed.state.ak.us/AVTEC/AAregist.
One- to five-day courses include: Microsoft Windows and office application courses; Windows; Excel (levels 1-3); Word (levels 1-3); Access (levels 1-2); PowerPoint and system maintenance for Windows; marine electronic chart display and information system, which uses AVTEC's new state-of-the-art full mission bridge simulator; GPS navigation for teachers; nontraditional occupations training; understanding electrical circuits; real world math; history of international foods; the high tech world of work; Cisco Systems Networking Academy; introduction to Yup'ik Eskimo language and culture; inspection and maintenance of emissions systems (I/M) certification for automotive instructors; AMSEA cold water safety courses; and drill instructor course for teachers.
For more information, contact Bev Grogan or Deb Burdick at (800) 478-5389 or email@example.com.
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