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Comparative Osteoarchaeology: A Practical Workshop July 13th-15th

Osteoarchaeology instructors

Continuing Education, in collaboration with the Department of Anthropology, is pleased to present Comparative Osteoarchaeology: A Practical Workshop, July 13th-15th at Eagle Lake Field Station.

Forensic Archaeology: Field Recovery Methods

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Continuing Education, in collaboration with the Department of Anthropology, is pleased to present Forensic Archaeology: Field Recovery Methods, June 1st-5th. This five-day intensive course focuses on the application of archaeology, anthropology, and forensic science to the location and recovery of human remains in the outdoor environment.

Child Abuse Assessment and Reporting April 17

Join us for the Child Abuse Assessment and Reporting Workshop to review the current reporting laws in California and the responsibilities of a mandated reporter. Raylene Robinson, MFT, will present the workshop. She is a recognized practitioner and has worked in a variety of therapeutic contexts including experience as a mental health therapist, Child Protective Services practitioner, K-12 grade educational counselor, grief counselor, faculty member, group home administrator, and as a supervisor of a Forensic Adolescent Mental Health Clinic. We look forward to her presentation.

Local Government Leadership Development Program Starts February 12th in Chico

The Northern California Local Government Leadership Institute announces that enrollment is open for the Leadership Development Program, a seven-course series designed to help local government employees cultivate leadership skills and become more effective, proactive leaders and managers. The Leadership Development Program, now in its sixth year, has served more than 250 local government leaders throughout California.

Download the Spring 2009 Bulletin Here

The new year is a great time to consider your lifelong learning goals. Check the online bulletin for complete information about all our programs and services. For more information, please visit http://rce.csuchico.edu/spring/

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Localization Certification Program and Localization Project Management Certification Enrollment Now Open

We are happy to announce that enrollment is now open for our 2009 Localization Certification Program and Localization Project Management. This year we will host the programs in San Francisco (starts March 23) and Cologne, Germany (starts May 11). For complete information please visit the Localization Certification Program site: http://rce.csuchico.edu/localize

Facilitative Leadership - Dec. 11-12 on campus

Continuing Education and LearningChange are pleased to announce the next course in the Facilitation Academy: Facilitative Leadership. This course will take place on December 11th and 12th, 2008. The Facilitation Academy is a new training program aimed at helping people learn to develop and manage teams, design effective training programs, provide coaching services, and lead performance improvement initiatives.

A Few Seats Remaining for the Next Facilitation Academy Course - Facilitating Change - Oct 30 & 31

There are a few more seats left for our upcoming Facilitating Change course. Space is limited, please enroll today at the: The Facilitation Academy http://www.thefacilitationacademy.com

Continuing Education Bulletin and Schedule Available

Open University, extension workshop schedules, special session, professional continuing education, online courses and more! Check out the current Continuing Education Bulletin Questions? Give our office a call 530-898-6105.

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Osteoarchaeology: A Practical Workshop, July 21-23

Continuing Education, in collaboration with the Department of Anthropology, is pleased to present Comparative Osteoarchaeology: A Practical Workshop, July 21-23 at Eagle Lake Field Station. This workshop is designed to provide attendees with fundamental information on osteoarchaeological remains. Fragmentary osteological materials can pose unique problems due to their inherent similarities, changing ethical concerns, and maintaining compliance with regulations.