Registration is open for 6 more non-credit classes being offered this spring! These include: OSHA 511: Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry Get Started With Graphic Design Protect Your Pets: First Aid & CPR for Pet Owners Life Skills: Improve Your Improv Introduction to Conversational American Sign Language (ASL) Behind the Mic: Inside […]
In April 2016, the new website for Purdue University Northwest will launch and our department will become known as Purdue University Northwest’s Office of Continuing Education and Academic Outreach. In the coming months, we will share information as it becomes available regarding our new website and any other changes stemming from the emergence of PNW […]
GET STARTED WITH GRAPHIC DESIGN This program, which is being offered in partnership with Purdue University Calumet’s Department of Computer and Information Technology and Graphics, will teach learners introductory basic design principles, skills and techniques. They will learn: Basic principles of visual communication design About the relationship between type and image Professional techniques for creating and […]
BACK TO BASICS: REFRESH YOUR DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY & ADOBE PHOTOSHOP SKILLS SEMINAR The purpose of this class is to review fundamentals ad bring students “up to speed” for participation in the “Intermediate Photography/Photoshop Class”. On the photography side, we will review basic camera controls for adjusting exposure, white balance, flash and shooting modes. In […]
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CASA and HESI A-2 testing dates for Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 have been posted. Registration is open for all dates. Select the relevant icon below for more information.
In partnership with PNC’s Office of Learning Technology and Westville’s Independent Cat Society, we will be an introductory course on writing grants in October. This program will be taught by Dr. Anastasia Trekles, a clinical professor and the Director of Learning Technologies at Purdue University North Central, and Roberta Jocius, the Grant Coordinator and an Adoption Counselor for […]
Participants will spend two hours learning about what kinds of voices are in demand, how to make a demo, and how to use their speaking voice for commercials, films, videos and more. They will also learn about advertising and work with peers in small groups to record a simulated voice-over. Finally, participants will learn strategies for finding work in the voice-over industry while discussing industry opportunities.
Educators and future educators are invited to join us at PNC for this special 3-night workshop on effective grant search and grant writing practices for educators. Deadline to register is July 27th.