Human Development Course Descriptions

XHD0001A Brown Bag
In a lecture, dialogue, discussion, and/or active learning format, participants will explore adult living topics (such as living with Alzheimer’s, dealing with divorce, single living, etc.).
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001E UB Summer Academy/-16
Offers a high school college preparatory program that integrates the subjects of math, science, literature, writing, and foreign language focusing on the Willamette River and the Willamette River watershed. In addition, the course incorporates supporting subjects in the areas of fitness, music, technology, dance, art, history and community awareness. Includes college exam preparation.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001G Testing Accommodation
Designed to provide examination alternatives for students with special needs.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001H Support Service Orientation
Process where disabled students who wish to access support services are interviewed and assessed as to goals, needs, and academic adjustments related to class instructor expectations. Coordinator of Disabled Student Services, in cooperation with the student, formulates a realistic plan that will meet the student's identified needs and enhance the probability of success at Chemeketa.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001J Interpret Serv/FT Deaf Student
Service provided to Deaf and Hard of Hearing students. Interpreters will accompany students to class and will provide voice to sign and sign to voice assistance. FM systems will be loaned to Hard of Hearing students.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001P Int'l Student Practical Trng
Human Development (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001Q Self-Hypnosis
Develops an understanding of the uses of self-hypnosis. Explores ways to use self-hypnosis for changing habits, stress reduction, and personal motivation.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001R Career Center Introduction
Covers resources and services available through the Career Center, the electronic check-in process, and resource room guidelines.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001S Applications That Get Noticed
Covers how to complete job applications, common errors to avoid, how to target towards a specific employment goal and specific tips on how to complete State of Oregon job applications.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001T Resume Basics
Covers basic resume preparation and writing techniques. Includes basic resume content, different styles of resumes, and strategies to target a resume towards a specific job.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001V Job Interview Preparation
Covers what to do before, during, and after a job interview. Includes how to make a positive first impression, research companies, and answer behavioral, difficult, and common interview questions.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001W Practicing for Job Interview
Provides practice interviewing skills through small group activities, "mock" interviews, and/or videotaped interviews. Prerequisites: XHD0001V Job Interview Preparation or consent of instructor
0 Non-Credit

XHD0001X ACE Orientation
Covers information about program opportunities for ACE (Accelerated Community Employment) clients. Includes general information on community resources, job search program, educational opportunities, and employer expectations.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002B Career Services Orientation
Covers resources and services available through the Counseling and Career Services center, the check-in process, and resource room guidelines.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002G Bridge to Employment
Focuses on job search and community resource strategies for persons with criminal histories. Includes time management, community resources, documentation, appropriate disclosure, criminal history questions on job applications and interviews, professional appearance, and networking.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002H Int'l Student Break Term
International Student Break Term
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002N Thinking Like the Employer
Compares and contrasts the American business culture with job seeker’s personal/home culture. Emphasizes understanding of the employer’s perspective and adapting/acclimating to the business culture.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002P Int'l Stu Reduced Course Work
International Student Reduced Course Work
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002R Job Search Strategies
Introduces a variety of effective and innovative job search methods and techniques. Includes the "advertised job market" and ways to tap into the "hidden job market" through networking, informational interviewing and cold calling.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002S Making A Smooth Transition
Covers decision-making strategies, support systems, community resources, employer expectations, and company culture information needed in order to make a smooth transition into employment.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002T Grandparent Rights
Covers an overview of grandparents' and other relatives' rights to visitations and caring for a child.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002U Job Search Networking
Provides a staff-facilitated environment for job seekers and career changers to share resources and job leads with each other. May include staff or peer feedback and coaching on resumes, interviewing, application, or job search strategies.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002W Landlord Tenant Rights
Covers rights under Oregon's residential-landlord tenant law to improve relations, reduce tenant turnover, and avoid conflict in and out of court.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002Y ETG Jungian Psychology
Presents an introduction to the concepts of psychology as developed by Carl Jung. Covers a Jungian understanding of the structure of the psyche, personality development, human nature, spirituality, and religious and creative expression.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0002Z Campus Orientation/Advisement
Covers processes and procedures, resources and services, courses and scheduling, financial aid and scholarships available at Chemeketa Community College
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003A Exploring Careers
Explores careers to learn about skill sets needed, educational requirements, training programs available at the community college and four-year institutions, and labor market information. Includes an employer site visit and opportunity talk with employees working in the field about their experiences.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003C Job Search Skills & Resources
Identifies available resources to research jobs in the local area. Introduces OLMIS, ELLVIS, and CIS and provides the opportunity to use these programs to identify jobs.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003D Loving Your Way Through Life
Covers the topic of love in all its various forms -- not just romantic love -- and how love is part of the everyday and ever stage of life. Explores the difference between intentional and reactive loving, and covers nine myths about loving. A highly interactive class with writing, exercises, and sharing of personal relationship experiences.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003E Transforming Power of Grief
Explores grief and loss, how grief is experienced emotionally, physically and behaviorally, and the impact grief has on relationships. Compares personal and societal views on various kinds of loss and the importance of the grieving process for healing.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003F Voluntary Simplicity
Introduces the concept of "voluntary simplicity." Explores how daily living can be aligned with personal values, stewardship, and sustainable practices. Includes how to deal with major trends and the pressures of consumerism.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003G TRIO DSSS Workshop
Provides practice and opportunity to become more skilled at using WebCT. Develops students’ self-awareness of their disability and the impact it has on their academic studies. Presents resource information to assist college studies.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003H Developing Your Soft Skills
Presents information on using soft skills to gain and maintain employment as well as advance in the workplace. Reviews problem solving and decision making strategies that can be effective on the job.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003K No Stone Left Unturned
Explores the concept of unfinished business as one may carry it into mid- and later life. Exercises deal with regrets, resentments, guilt, what-ifs, unrealized goals, and dreams. Presents strategies to help work through unfinished business and lead a more satisfying emotional and spiritual life.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0003P Tutoring: Online
Provides tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply learning concepts in the subject area and to complete related writing, reading, or oral assignments. Develops study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing course work. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0570A Drugs & Alcohol
Human Development (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633A Tutoring/Accounting
Provides students with tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply accounting concepts and complete class assignments. Assists in developing study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing accounting coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa accounting class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633B Tutoring/Communication Skills
Provides students with tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply communication concepts and complete writing, reading, or speech assignments. Assists in developing study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing communication coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa communications, language, or ESL class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633C Tutoring/Computer
Provides students with tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply computer information concepts to complete class assignments. Assists in using computer software applications to complete course assignments and to develop study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633D Tutoring/Math
Provides students with tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply mathematical concepts and complete class assignments. Assists in developing study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing math coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa math class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633E Tutoring/Prof-Tech
Provides students with tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply professional-technical concepts and complete class assignments. Assists in developing study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing professional-technical coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa professional-technical class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633G Tutoring/Science
Provides students with tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply science concepts and complete class assignments. Assists in developing study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing science coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa science class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633H Tutoring/Social Science
Provides students with tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply social science concepts and complete class assignments. Assists in developing study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing social science coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa social science class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633J Tutoring/Special
Human Development (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633K Tutoring: Tutor Assisted Study
Provides students from a specific course with group tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply concepts and complete class assignments. Assists in developing study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing coursework. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0633Q Tutoring/Language Skills
Provides tutoring in skills needed to interpret and apply language learning concepts and complete related writing, reading, or oral assignments. Develops study skills, strategies for independent problem solving, and self-confidence in completing communication course work. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a Chemeketa language class.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0641A Power & Control:Men Who Batter
Presents techniques to challenge the beliefs and behavior of men who batter women. Includes methods to manage feelings, think clearly under pressure, get along with peers, and focus on productive behaviors.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0652A Exploring Careers
Explores careers to learn about skill sets needed, educational requirements, training programs available at the community college and four-year institutions, and labor market information. Includes an employer site visit and opportunity to talk with employees working in the field about their experiences.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0653B Student Leadership Development
Provides students with a variety of team building activities, sessions on leadership, and opportunities to explore student leadership.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0654A Childbirth Preparation
Covers the process of labor, delivery, and recovery in childbirth. Practice relaxation, breathing, coping techniques, and comfort measures with a partner/labor support person. Discusses options and choices available in childbirth. Prepares participants for postpartum, infant care, and the role of a new parent.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0654B Childbirth Preparation-Spanish
Covers the anatomy of pregnancy, fetal development, labor, and delivery. Includes relaxation, breathing, coping techniques, and comfort measures. Includes discussion of early postpartum care for both mother and infant, including breastfeeding. Prepares the support person for helping the laboring woman.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0655A Job Search Skills
This course is designed for incarcerated students to help inmates within six months of release learn job search skills. The course includes motivation, employers' expectations, self-assessment, job search techniques, applications, resumes, cover letters, interviews and adapting to the work world.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0655D Career Plan Workshop
Human Development (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XHD0655E Volunteer Work Experience
Involves the placement of students in businesses, agencies, and industry for on-the-job training related to the students employment goal. This course is specifically designed for JOBS program students. Prerequisites: Consent of instructor. XHD0659A (Life and Work Basics) is recommended.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0655G Job Search for Older Adults
Designed to assist the older worker explore employment options. The course will help the student identify skills, employment opportunities, and community resources for employment assistance.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0655H Volunteer Work Experience
Involves the placement of students in businesses, agencies, and industry for on-the-job training related to the students employment goal. This course is specifically designed for JOBS program students. Prerequisites: Consent of instructor. XHD0659A (Life and Work Basics) is recommended.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0655J Volunteer Work Experience
Involves the placement of students in businesses, agencies, and industry for on-the-job training related to the students employment goal. This course is specifically designed for JOBS program students. Prerequisites: Consent of instructor. XHD0659A (Life and Work Basics) is recommended.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0655K Volunteer Work Experience
Involves the placement of students in businesses, agencies, and industry for on-the-job training related to the students employment goal. This course is specifically designed for JOBS program students. Prerequisites: Consent of instructor. XHD0659A (Life and Work Basics) is recommended.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0657A Grace/Thanksgiving/Transition
Explores life transitions, particularly the transitions people face at mid-life. Discusses how the manner in which they face transitions can deepen their spirituality. Uses personal stories, journaling and small group work to personalize the notions of grace and thanksgiving for each person attending.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0657B Planning for 2nd Half of Life
Focuses on taking charge of the second half of life. Analyzes satisfaction, fulfillment, values, beliefs, habits, and fears in current life. Presents how to design a change plan to increase personal satisfaction with life.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0658A Memory Development
Memory improvement and development skills are taught through creative imagination, observation, and awareness.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0658B Memory Retention
This course is to help people understand the difference between memory loss and memory lapse. Knowledge will reduce stress relating to memory lapse and will enable person to manage the effects caused by episodes of loss/lapse.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0659B Life Skills
Offers in-depth personal development, problems solving and communication skills related to becoming self-sufficient and using resource effectively. Prerequisite: Must be a client of Adult and Family Services, receiving public assistance and referred to the program.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0659C Life Skills
Identifies personal barriers that prevent one from becoming self sufficient and independent of the welfare system and offers development of communication skills to improve parenting and worker skills. Prerequisite: Must be a client of Adult and Family Services, receiving public assistance and referred to the program.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0660A Preparation for Marriage
PREP is designed to help couples learn how to resolve conflict, problem solve and identify "hidden" issues in relationships. Presents suggestions for maintaining the fun, friendship and sensuality that brought couples together.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0660B Marriage & Intimacy
Principles of intimacy designed to help increase a couple's happiness, satisfaction and fulfillment in marriage. Develop techniques to improve communication, attitudes, and love for one another.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661A Single Parenting
This workshop focuses on the positive aspects of single parenting. Gain information and support to help you with the real needs of single parenting.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661B Effective Parenting
Develops positive approaches to communicating with and guiding children using natural and logical consequences and problem-solving techniques. Provides information about parenting through class discussion, instructor presentations, overheads, and video materials in a supportive and humorous environment.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661C Parenting Options
Develop skills and strategies to improve family interactions and child safety. Topics include play, praise, effective discipline, and establishing family structure.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661D Parent Volunteer Program
Develop confidence in working with young children (your own and others) by active participation in the Center classroom. Increase knowledge of child development and basic guidance techniques by working with and observing the staff and children.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661E Parenting College Students
Presents information and insight to help parents of college-bound students. Covers college life today, parents’ campus concerns, the departure for college, students’ first weeks on campus, communication (keeping in touch), and when students come home for visits.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661F Empty Nest Syndrome
Explores issues of the emptying next and techniques for effectively coping and moving on with life. Develop a community of support for each other. Explore resources available.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661G ETG Solve Home Discipline Prob
Presents a practical, five-step approach to solving child discipline problems at home. Covers what to do when children misbehave. Develops a home discipline plan and teach children the rewards of behaving responsibly.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661H Parenting/Teen Communication
Develop positive approaches to communicating with teens and ways to navigate the teen years with positive success.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661J Success in School
Presents information to help you understand your child's learning styles and strengths, and help them become a more effective and confident learner. Practice specific strategies that will empower your child and you as lifelong learners. Appropriate for parents and children at all levels (fast, slow, average, or hyperactive in the classroom).
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661K Grandparenting
Human Development (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XHD0661N Successful Job Search Strategy
Covers job search strategies, including networking, resume preparation, and practice interviewing skills through small group activities and “mock” interviews. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XHD0663B Exploring Human Potential
Studies concepts of psychology that will assist in the understanding of self. Identifies personal strengths and explores values, attitudes, and beliefs which support healthy interpersonal relationships.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664A Anger Management
Approaches and techniques on how to effectively deal with anger. Develop positive alternatives to anger by improving self-concept and developing positive relationships with others.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664B Conflict Resolution
Overview of conflict and non-violent conflict resolution. Covers the importance of communication, basic techniques of negotiation and mediation, and creative approaches to resolving conflicts.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664G Assertiveness 1
How to present your ideas and feelings to others and develop skills for improving your relationships with others.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664H Building Self-Esteem
Techniques to help you feel more positive at home, in the workplace, and in social situations. Covers skills for building a positive self-image, identifying personal strengths and abilities, and overcoming barriers to self-esteem.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664J Personal Development
An overview of personal barriers preventing one from becoming self sufficient and independent. Prerequisite: Must be a client of Adult and Family Services, receiving public assistance and referred to the program or incarcerated in Lincoln County Jail.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664K Personal Development
An overview of personal barriers preventing one from becoming self sufficient and independent. Prerequisite: Must be a client of Adult and Family Services, receiving public assistance and referred to the program or incarcerated in Lincoln County Jail.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664L Breaking Barriers
This class is designed to allow participants the opportunity of self-discovery while looking at personal change. Must be a client of Adult and Family Services, receiving public assistance and referred to the program.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664M Self-Esteem: An Inside Job
Identifies negative patterns of low self esteem and discusses and applies tools to enhance personal esteem. Includes development of an action plan to apply concepts learned to a personal issue.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0664N The Power of Choice
Examines the power of personal choices and the results of choices made.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0665A Couples, Communication
Human Development (non-cr)
0 Non-Credit

XHD0665B Male and Female Communication
Addresses differing communication styles of men and women; verbal and non-verbal interactions, the power in communication, and changing styles.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0665D ETG Effective Communication
Presents a step-by-step process to develop effective communication skills. Covers use of communication to build rapport, create environments of trust, warmth and respect, become more confident, create a positive first impression, get along well with others, and develop more and better personal and professional relationships.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0666A Life and Work Basics
Examines how one's thoughts influence behaviors and how a step-by-step approach can replace negative thoughts with healthier choices using Mind Over Mood strategies and applications. Prerequisites: None; open only to students in Chemeketa JOBS program; must be referred to the program.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0667A Retirement Planning
Provides an overview for the entire subject of retirement preparation; challenge of retirement, legal affairs, meaningful use of time, source of income, and financial planning.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0667B PreRetirement Planning
Covers retirement planning for those preparing to retire or recently retired. Focuses on setting financial goals, protecting assets, and adjusting plan as needs change. Class fee $16. W
0 Non-Credit

XHD0667C What's Next at Midlife
Provides insight, experimentation and planning for people over 50. Focuses on understanding the impact of midlife "triggers" that cause people to reassess their lives and to seek change. Encourages self-assessment of values, skills, abilities and interests, and the development of a life plan.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0668A Understand ADD/ADHD
Presents information on the characteristics of children and adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity disorders and courses of treatment. Covers ADD and its relationship to communication skills, depression, anxiety, addictions, and domestic violence.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0682A UB Summer Academy/+16
Offers a high school college preparatory program that integrates the subjects of math, science, literature, writing, and foreign language focusing on the Willamette River and the Willamette River watershed. In addition, the course incorporates supporting subjects in the areas of fitness, music, technology, dance, art, history and community awareness. Includes college exam preparation.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0800A Money Matters
Develops money management techniques by identifying financial, personal, family, and community resources, as well as alternatives to buying. Prerequisite: Must be a client of DHS Self Sufficiency and Employment Program and referred to the class or be incarcerated in Lincoln County Jail.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0800B Managing Your Money
Covers basic budgeting skills of identifying financial goals, organizing financial records, tracking and analyzing expenses and revenues, and creating a spending plan.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0800C ETG Personal Debt Elimination
Presents a step-by-step process for eliminating debt and operating completely using cash. Covers specific strategies that work. No insurance, investments, or get-rich-quick schemes will be offered.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0802A Adult Legal & Financial Issues
Introduces tools available to take greater control in the management of health and financial needs, especially in the event of incapacity. Focuses on estate planning in the areas of health care, financial protection and preservation. Class fee $24. W
0 Non-Credit

XHD0802B Maximizing Your 401K
Assists individuals in recognizing opportunities and minimizing risks when investing in 401K, 403b, 457, or TSA.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0813A Enhancing Your Wardrobe
Examines personal appearance from many perspectives including body language and body type. Focuses on how to highlight assets, match clothing styles, mix and match clothing, accessorize, and shop economically.
0 Non-Credit

XHD0850A Living the Mindful Life
Introduces the concept of “mindful living” or how to fully experience what is happening in the present. Covers how mindful living to reduce stress, enrich relationships, and contribute to peace within individuals and in communities.
0 Non-Credit

XHD9000A Work Keys Profile
ACT's Work Keys profiles are designed to identify key tasks and skill levels for a specific job or occupation. Participants are job incumbents, and results may be used by employers, industry representatives, trainers, and/or educators.
1.2 CEU

XHD9000G Basic Mediation Skills
Presents 4 stages of the mediation process and the conflict resolution and communication skills mediators need to conduct an effective mediation, including active listening, questioning techniques, interest/issue identification, neutrality/ethical issues and problem solving. Combines theory and practice and includes demonstrations, lectures, and skills practice through role playing.
3.2 CEU

XHD9000K Youth Mentorship Training
Presents information for adults who work as mentors to high-school-age students both in and out of school. Focuses on workplace and career development.
.4 CEU

XHD9000M Identity Workshop
Develops identities through relationships with ourselves, others, and our surroundings. Covers language and how it becomes the most important means to understand and develop our identity, and gives us a powerful tool to discover, create and inform ourselves. Uses narrative, writing, and conversational exercises to invite participants to look into and act on the ever-changing nature of their identities. Provides creative and imaginative tools to investigate, experiment and expand the use of language. Explores concepts of authoring and re-authoring based on ideas by Walter Benjamin, Emanuel Levinas, Jacques Derrida, and Mihaly Csikzentmihalyi. Class fee $19.10. W
.3 CEU

XHD9000R Authentic Leadership: Managers
Builds interpersonal skills that are crucial for effectiveness as a leader. Focuses on the skills that are necessary to earn the respect and engagement of the people who work in the organization. Includes managing conversations, communicating key messages, organizing effective meetings, coaching and authentic acknowledgment.
2.4 CEU

XHD9000T Tutor: Training Regular
Introduces tutors to their tutoring assignment and responsibilities. Instructs them in basic interpersonal communication skills, course specific strategies, techniques for effectively tutoring adults, the Socratic learning model, study skills, and learn styles needs. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment at Chemeketa Community College (minimum of 6 credit hours) or meets Chemeketa Community College Human Resources education requirements for a part-time hourly position.
4 CEU

XHD9000U Tutor: Training Advanced
Encourages tutors to evaluate their tutoring skills and techniques and to discover ways to become more effective in their tutoring. Instructs tutors in assertiveness, verbal contracting, andragogy, college resources referral, and critical thinking and problem solving skills. Prerequisite: XHD0633L Tutor Training: Regular.
4 CEU

XHD9000V Tutor: Training Master
Encourages tutors to continue to evaluate their tutoring skills and techniques and to discover ways to become more effective in their tutoring. Instructs tutors in mentoring or group tutoring skills, diagnosing and prescribing solutions for needs, expanding diversity awareness, developing course specific skills, motivating and encouraging positive attitude skills, and presenting good tutoring techniques. Prerequisite: XHD0633M Tutor Training: Advanced.
4 CEU

XHD9000W Transformational Leadership
Explores the skills and qualities of transformational leaders.
.4 CEU

XHD9001B Art of Presentation: Delivery
Presents techniques to maximize the impact of every presentation from one-on-one meetings to large gatherings.
.4 CEU

XHD9001E Mindsets for Performance
Defines mindsets as the mental maps that inform thoughts and actions. Uses mindsets to frame one's view of the world and of what is possible within an organization. Focuses on understanding mindsets and their role in performance as a critical skill for a transformational leader or change agent. Increases the ability to produce breakthrough performance by bringing awareness to individual and collective mindsets and by developing skills in mindset management.
.4 CEU

XHD9001H Leading When Not in Charge
Leadership is needed everywhere in today's organizations. It is possible to exert a profound influence on people and events even when you are not the "boss." Covers the skills of relationship building, influencing and acting with intentionality to increase the positive impact you can make.
.4 CEU

XHD9001N Managing Workgroup Conflicts
Constructive, open conflict within a work group can be a great source of creative problem solving and innovation. More often than not, conflict in work groups isn't handled well and it can lead to employee dissatisfaction, polarization, personal hurt, loss of productivity and sometimes job loss. This course introduces a range of tools for diagnosing and dealing with group problems ranging from "recreational whining" to deep-seated philosophical divisions.
.4 CEU

XHD9001Q Managing Employee Performance
Performance problems can be managed in ways that lead to positive outcomes for the organization and the employee. This seminar will examine the causes of employee performance problems and present strategies for coaching, behavioral feedback and performance monitoring.
.4 CEU

XHD9001R Facilitating Working Groups
This seminar will address how to organize the work of and lead groups that are brought together to accomplish specific tasks.
.4 CEU

XHD9001S Facilitate Challenge Situation
Group facilitation can sometimes be challenging because of competing agendas, interpersonal issues, power dynamics, lack of focus, or other problems. This seminar will deal with challenges that arise in facilitating groups, how to anticipate and prevent them, and how to intervene when they occur.
.4 CEU

XHD9001T Facilitate Managing Large Grps
Large group gatherings can be well-organized, even inspiring, but they require careful planning and execution to be successful. This seminar will focus on the logistics, design, and facilitation of meetings and conferences that involve 50 or more participants.
.4 CEU

XHD9001U Negotiation Strategy/Workplace
The art of skilled negotiation opens doors for professionals. Leaders who develop expertise in negotiating have a higher likelihood of achieving their objectives at work and building satisfying working relationships. This session explores the basic theories of negotiation, distinguishes between competitive and collaborative approaches, identifies the leadership qualities that facilitate successful negotiation, and covers communication strategies that promote successful problem solving.
.4 CEU

XHD9001X Manage Change from Inside Out
In order to work effectively with group change, we must first understand the nature of change within ourselves. In this seminar, we will explore a model for assessing the roots of conflict and barriers to change within our own lives.
.4 CEU

XHD9001Y Managing Diff. Conversation
Working with people who undermine, resist or create problems in an organization can be a time-consuming and inherently unrewarding task. However, there are some proven techniques for getting to core issues and moving to joint or group resolutions more quickly.
.4 CEU

XHD9001Z Employee Recognition
Presents ideas for recognizing and rewarding employees for behavior and performance. Includes a collection of powerful techniques, strategies, and creative ideas designed to help managers improve their ability to recognize others in the workplace. Covers a variety of specific tools and models that can be adapted to different organizational settings.
.35 CEU

XHD9002A Coaching Your Team
Presents processes for positively affecting employee performance through effective coaching and feedback. Includes techniques to use with superior performers, those with performance problems, and everyone in between.
.35 CEU

XHD9002B Leadership Secrets
Presents skills and traits for effective leadership, helping organizations build high-performance workplaces with motivated co-workers. Includes techniques for managers to use in goal setting, accountability, feedback, coaching and recognition.
.35 CEU

XHD9002C Resolving Performance Problems
Presents processes to establish clear performance standards, deliver meaningful behavior feedback and evaluate, document and reward performance results. Covers a variety of specific tools and models that can be adapted to different organizational settings.
.35 CEU

XHD9002D ETG: Leadership
Provides instruction in the use of personal leadership skills and principles of great leaders to influence, guide, and support others.
2.4 CEU

XHD9002E Keys to Telework
Covers the advantages of teleworking and how to prepare for the transition from working in the office to working at home.
1.6 CEU

XHD9002F Supervision of Teleworkers
Focuses on the unique elements of teleworking, as well as how to recruit and supervise teleworkers.
1.6 CEU

XHD9002G Understanding Gen X and Y
Provides tips and techniques for understanding, communicating, and working with generation X and generation Y.
1.6 CEU

XHD9002H Working with Baby Boomers
Provides information and techniques for understanding, communicating, and working with baby boomers.
1.6 CEU

XHD9002J Supervision and Leadership
Provides information about effective delegation, performance management and writing performance reviews. Covers roles and responsibilities of managers and strategies for improving overall effectiveness as a leader.
3.2 CEU

XHD9900J Brain Development Children
Focuses on the importance of brain development in early lives of children. Covers how parents and caregivers can promote healthy development and learning.
.7 CEU

XHD9900N Surviving through Caregiving
Focuses on the demands and stresses placed on caregivers and how caregivers can learn to take care of themselves. Presents practical information and resources, and emphasizes the need for humor and balance and the role of spirituality while caring for someone. Explores the process of developing a personal survival guide for caregiving. Provides legal resources and information related to end-of-life issues.
.7 CEU

XHD9900P Surviving through Caregiving
Focuses on the demands and stresses placed on caregivers and how caregivers can learn to take care of themselves. Presents practical information and resources, emphasizes the need for humor and balance and the role of spirituality while caring for someone. Explores the process of developing a personal survival guide for caregiving.
.3 CEU

XHD9900Q Managing Employee Performance
Provides supervisors with techniques to develop employee performance and conduct successful face-to-face discussions. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XHD9900R Advanced Mediation Training
Presents advanced level techniques for mediation, including strategies to get to the heart of conflicts and that encourage openness, communication, and reconciliation. Offered as needed
1.6 CEU

XHD9900S Fac Structured Conversations
Presents information and strategies to improve thinking, communication, and problem solving skills in the workplace. Focuses on entry-level workers. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XHD9900T Improving Work Relationships
Presents techniques to create respectful and effective communication in work environments. Includes methods to manage feelings, think clearly under pressure, get along with peers and focus on productive behaviors. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XHD9900U HR Development & Organization
Covers how to develop and organize a Human Resources department to improve performance and organizational functioning. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XHD9900V HR Employees Relations
Covers how a Human Resources Department works within the culture of the organization to improve performance and organizational functioning. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XHD9900W HR Strategic Planning
Covers the leadership roles and responsibilities of a Human Resources Department. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XHD9900X HR Leadership Series
Covers Human Resource Development and Organization, Employee Relations and Organizational Culture, Leadership and Strategic Planning, and Legal Environment. Offered as needed
3.2 CEU

XHD9900Y HR Legal Environment
Covers employee relations, labor management, and the legal environment in Human Resources. Offered as needed
.8 CEU