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Continuing Professional Education

Build Your Skills with Continuing Education Events & Courses

Training to Upgrade Your Life & Career

UW-Green Bay, Continuing Professional Education offers opportunities for employers, employees and citizens of Manitowoc and Sheboygan. In today's shifting world, the skills needed in the workplace are evolving. We offer the courses you need to improve your professional skills and reach your career goals.

Our partnerships with local industries, knowledgeable instructors and our upgraded facilities can provide the "path" to master in-demand skills to land your next job, start your own business or enrich your life.

Questions?

And we are always open for ideas. If you have an idea for a class or workshop, please send to Melissa Schleicher, UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc & Sheboygan Campus Program Specialist at (920) 663-7337 or schleichm@uwgb.edu.

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Special Topic Training

** AVAILABLE ONLINE **

Mental Health During a Crisis

Online Self-Paced Training

Since early March 2020, life as we know it has drastically changed. From social distancing to layoffs, almost every area of our lives has been impacted by the pandemic. These radical changes have occurred at all levels — national and local, individual and family, practical and emotional — seismic transformations that can leave your clients feeling fearful, overwhelmed, and worried about what the future might look like.
 
Taking care of your clients’ mental health during this time is crucial. This course was specifically developed to proactively address emotional upheaval and expand your understanding of psychological well-being. Specifically, the course helps identify and help process your clients’ reactions to crisis by learning healthy ways to cope when circumstances feel beyond their control.

Instructor:
Angela Wessels, LPC, NCC

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Angela Wessels is an alumna of UW-Green Bay and has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology with minors in Human Biology and Human Development. Angela also has a Master's degree in Mental Health Counseling from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. She has worked in the mental health field since 2010, holds a counseling license in the state of Wisconsin and is a nationally certified counselor with Lifepoint Counseling, LLC. Angela has experience providing community educational programming, providing outpatient counseling to a variety of ages and populations, and also provides critical incident debriefings for first responders after traumatic incidents.

$25 Per Person

Upcoming Classes

Turbocharge Lead Generation with Digital Marketing

Wednesday, July 22, 2020
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Online: You will receive a Zoom link when you register
Instructor: Miles Smith
Cost: $25
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Right now you're likely wasting money on marketing with zero return-on-investment (ROI). Digital marketing in today's world requires innovative, evidence-based strategies your competitors aren't using. Discover how to connect with prospects to fill your sales funnel with qualified, excited leads that are ready to engage.

Instructor bio: Miles Smith is a digital marketing expert with deep and quantifiable experience in driving lead generation through both short-term (SEM, PPC, paid social, and other paid traffic) and long-term strategies (SEO, Content, email marketing automation). His specialties include: Lead Generation, Content Marketing Strategy, SEM & SEO Consulting, Email Marketing Automation, and Overall Digital Advertising.

Let's Talk Money

SPRING: Canceled
FALL: Dates TBA
6 - 7:30 p.m.

Instructor: Instructor: Winch Financial Staff
Location: Manitowoc Campus, Room F170
Cost:
$49 per person or $69 per couple (includes take-home binder)​

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This three-session class will teach you everything you need to know to retire on your own terms and avoid outliving your money. You’ll learn how get the most out of your Social Security, withdraw with minimal penalty from your retirement accounts, minimize the taxable impact of your withdrawals, cover the costs of Long-Term Care, guarantee a lifetime income stream, protect your assets from market volatility, and effectively rollover your 401(k), 403(b) or other employer sponsored retirement plan. Sign up today for this interactive, educational seminar and take the first step toward feeling more confident in your ability to protect the assets you’ve earned and enjoy the retirement of your dreams.

Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers

SPRING: Canceled
FALL: Date TBA
1-4 p.m.

Instructor: Instructor: Matt Raunio, Associate Professor, UW-Green Bay Austin E. Cofrin School of Business
Location: Sheboygan Campus, Wombat Room
Cost:
$49 per person (includes light snack and materials)
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In this workshop, you will learn basic financial management skills every businessperson should know. Topics will cover the three major financial statements, sources and uses of cash, cash budgeting, break-even analysis and an introduction to financial ratios. Emphasis is on the practical uses of financial information as a diagnostic tool on a company’s health. Using real-life examples and exercises, participants will learn simple skills they can immediately apply to their workplace. The class is designed for anyone who is new to financial concepts and techniques, and any manager or executive who wishes to update their financial knowledge or whose backgrounds are in creative, scientific or technical.

Topics that will be covered:

  • The difference between profits and cash
  • How to interpret and understand the income statement, cash flow and balance sheet
  • Techniques for managing cash flow
  • How to calculate a break even point
  • Methods to evaluate capital purchases
  • How to use financial information to manage and forecast your business success
  • The importance of understanding your cash conversion cycle
  • How to predict your cash needs with a cash budget and assumptions
  • Where cash lies hidden in your business and how to get it back

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Digital Certificates

Certificates available in Supervisory Leadership and Supply Chain Management.