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Incident Safety Awareness for Hired Vendors

$150

with John Bruno

Calendar Jun 5, 2021 at 8 am

IMPORTANT: for those who have attended the course previously, if you have been issued a State Fire Training Identification Number, bring it with you to the class.

At times when the equipment needed to control an emergency incident exceeds the resources of CALFIRE and the Federal Wildland Fire Agencies, the agencies hire the equipment and services of the private sector to supplement its own resources. Any private contractor or person employed by a private contractor who desires to participate in a wildland fire and may be subject to assignment on the fire line must complete annual training.

The intent of this 8-hour course is to provide private "hired equipment vendors" with the minimum training necessary to satisfy CALFIRE and the Federal Wildland Fire Agencies generic hiring requirements for hired equipment vendors. Typical assignments include: Dozer Operator, Water Tender Operator, tree faller etc.This course covers topics such as: Fire Behavior, Fireline Safety, Organizational Control, Firefighting Terms, the use of Fire Shelters, and other fire related subjects.

This course does not provide training or certify anyone on the use of specific types of equipment and is not intended to attest to the ability of anyone to utilize equipment.Students who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate from the California Office of the State Fire Marshal. This course is part of the Fire Service Training and Education Program. The course fee includes the cost of the certificate and student text.

Saturday, June 5, 2021 8:00am -5:00pm

Shasta College Main Campus 11555 Old Oregon Trail, Redding 

Room 1632

Class runs 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. with a 1-hour lunch time. Be on time! DOORS CLOSE AT 8:00 a.m. SHARP!

IMPORTANT: Due to planning requirements, pre-registration is required.

COVID Guidelines will be in place and all participants must wear a mask.

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Incident Safety Awareness for Hired Vendors

$150

with John Bruno

Calendar Jun 9, 2021 at 8 am

IMPORTANT: for those who have attended the course previously, if you have been issued a State Fire Training Identification Number, bring it with you to the class.

At times when the equipment needed to control an emergency incident exceeds the resources of CALFIRE and the Federal Wildland Fire Agencies, the agencies hire the equipment and services of the private sector to supplement its own resources. Any private contractor or person employed by a private contractor who desires to participate in a wildland fire and may be subject to assignment on the fire line must complete annual training.

The intent of this 8-hour course is to provide private "hired equipment vendors" with the minimum training necessary to satisfy CALFIRE and the Federal Wildland Fire Agencies generic hiring requirements for hired equipment vendors. Typical assignments include: Dozer Operator, Water Tender Operator, tree faller etc.This course covers topics such as: Fire Behavior, Fireline Safety, Organizational Control, Firefighting Terms, the use of Fire Shelters, and other fire related subjects.

This course does not provide training or certify anyone on the use of specific types of equipment and is not intended to attest to the ability of anyone to utilize equipment.Students who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate from the California Office of the State Fire Marshal. This course is part of the Fire Service Training and Education Program. The course fee includes the cost of the certificate and student text.

Wednesday, June 9, 2021 8:00am -5:00pm

Shasta College Main Campus 11555 Old Oregon Trail, Redding 

Room 1632

Class runs 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. with a 1-hour lunch time. Be on time! DOORS CLOSE AT 8:00 a.m. SHARP!

IMPORTANT: Due to planning requirements, pre-registration is required.

COVID Guidelines will be in place and all participants must wear a mask.

Online - Business Process Mapping

$360

with Guy Martindale

Calendar Jun 9, 2021 at 8 am

ONLINE INSTRUCTOR LED BUSINESS PROCESS MAPPING:  Business Process Mapping is one of the most important tools in identifying process improvement. In this 18- hour, 5 session, online instructor led interactive course, participants will explore various process mapping tools and discuss the pros and cons of each. Participants gain hands-on experience with each mapping tool and will understand when to apply them. This hands-on workshop provides participants with the knowledge and experience necessary to start implementing mapping in an organization.

DATES: June 9, 11, 16, 18, 23 Wed/Friday  8:00 am-12:00 pm 

 

Get Fit - Summer Session

$39

with Rhonda Nelson

Calendar Jun 14, 2021 , runs for 6 weeks

Get Fit! Beat the Heat Summer Workout!  

Rhonda Nelson has created another series of workout videos to keep you moving this summer!  Work out at home at a time that is convenient for you--near a fan or under an air conditioner! 

Rhonda's videos are based on her popular, Get Fit! classes.  She incorporates a variety of fitness techniques to boost your metabolism, shape, tone, stretch and give you energy! It's a total body workout for all fitness levels.  This summer edition includes six Get Fit! workouts, and six theme-based workouts (set to club versions of your favorite tunes from the decades 50's-90's, and a broadway workout that will have you singing along!). 

Each video is approximately 45 minutes. Two new videos will be released to you each week beginning on Monday, June 14th for six weeks. Internet access is required for links to YouTube.

Recommended materials: Dumbbells and a yoga mat or rug.

Cost: $39

Computer Summer Camp (Virtual)- Scratch Block Coding

$99

with Simply Coding

Calendar Jun 14, 2021 at 10 am

 

Younger kids can code too! This course walks kids through MIT’s scratch coding program giving them experience using all the different tools. They’ll have fun learning about different blocks and how to come together creating a game or animation. By using code blocks they don’t have to worry about brackets and other coding syntax as they learn real computer programming logic. Each lesson focuses on a different skill teaching them different ways computers make decisions, preparing them for future courses. Scratch is used all over the world, it’s a great program for kids to get their first exposure to coding. This course gives them direction and purpose as they explore the world of computer science.

Mon-Fri June 14 -18, 2021 10:00am to 12:00 noon

Each course will have its own needed virtual  ‘workspace’ that will include everything needed to complete the lessons. The software within the workspace is always free and will be installed on the computer. The first lesson of each course walks them through how to setup their workspace. As for hardware. Each computer should have 2GB RAM and at least 10GB of free hard drive space. Students need to use either Mac or Windows computers, no iPads or tablets as they don’t support the needed software to setup your workspace. Chromebooks may be used only for the following courses: Scratch Coding, Coding for N00BS, & JavaScript Game Designs (all JavaScript courses).

Computer Summer Camp (In person) Scratch Block Coding

$99

with Simply Coding

Calendar Jun 14, 2021 at 1:30 pm

 In person classes will be held at the Shasta College Downtown Campus. 1400 Market Street, room 8111 (first floor)

Younger kids can code too! This course walks kids through MIT’s scratch coding program giving them experience using all the different tools. They’ll have fun learning about different blocks and how to come together creating a game or animation. By using code blocks they don’t have to worry about brackets and other coding syntax as they learn real computer programming logic. Each lesson focuses on a different skill teaching them different ways computers make decisions, preparing them for future courses. Scratch is used all over the world, it’s a great program for kids to get their first exposure to coding. This course gives them direction and purpose as they explore the world of computer science.

Mon-Th June 14 -17, 2021 1:30pm to 4:00pm

Each course will have its own needed virtual  ‘workspace’ that will include everything needed to complete the lessons. The software within the workspace is always free and will be installed on the computer. The first lesson of each course walks them through how to setup their workspace. As for hardware. Each computer should have 2GB RAM and at least 10GB of free hard drive space. Students need to use either Mac or Windows computers, no iPads or tablets as they don’t support the needed software to setup your workspace. Chromebooks may be used only for the following courses: Scratch Coding, Coding for N00BS, & JavaScript Game Designs (all JavaScript courses).

Computer Summer Camp (Virtual) - Coding for Noobs Ages 10+

$99

with Simply Coding

Calendar Jun 21, 2021 at 10 am

Interested in coding, but don’t know where to start? This course introduces students to coding through HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Students will have multiple fun activities from coding a simple website to making fun interactive programs. This course assumes no prior coding experience and let students write their own code using the Sublime Text editor. Come learn about creating content, styling, coding games and much more!

Mon- Fri June 21 - 25, 2021 10:00am to 12:00pm

Each course will have its own needed virtual ‘workspace’ that will include everything needed to complete the lessons. The software within the workspace is always free and will be installed on the computer. The first lesson of each course walks them through how to setup their workspace. As for hardware. Each computer should have 2GB RAM and at least 10GB of free hard drive space. Students need to use either Mac or Windows computers, no iPads or tablets as they don’t support the needed software to setup your workspace. Chromebooks may be used only for the following courses: Scratch Coding, Coding for N00BS, & JavaScript Game Designs (all JavaScript courses).

Computer Summer Camp (In person) - Coding for Noobs Ages 10+

$99

with Simply Coding

Calendar Jun 21, 2021 at 1:30 pm

In person classes will be held at the Shasta College Downtown Campus. 1400 Market Street, room 8111 (first floor)

Interested in coding, but don’t know where to start? This course introduces students to coding through HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Students will have multiple fun activities from coding a simple website to making fun interactive programs. This course assumes no prior coding experience and let students write their own code using the Sublime Text editor. Come learn about creating content, styling, coding games and much more!

Mon- TH June 21 - 24, 2021 1:30pm to 4:00pm

Each course will have its own needed virtual ‘workspace’ that will include everything needed to complete the lessons. The software within the workspace is always free and will be installed on the computer. The first lesson of each course walks them through how to setup their workspace. As for hardware. Each computer should have 2GB RAM and at least 10GB of free hard drive space. Students need to use either Mac or Windows computers, no iPads or tablets as they don’t support the needed software to setup your workspace. Chromebooks may be used only for the following courses: Scratch Coding, Coding for N00BS, & JavaScript Game Designs (all JavaScript courses).





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