BLS for the Healthcare Provider (2/24)

Basic Life Support for the Healthcare Provider will be held on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 from 5:30-10:00 pm. This course is open to the general public. The registration fee for the provider course is $85 which includes the manual. The BLS renewal course is $70. Interested persons may download a registration fee from the following website: http://ehspace.umbc.edu

Inquires should be directed to Danette McCoy at 410-455-3584 or danette@umbc.edu.

Basic Life Support Instructor Training (2/28)

Basic Life Support for Instructor training will be held on Saturday, February 28, 2015 from 8:00 am -4:00 pm. This course is open to anyone who is interested in learning to teach CPR. Registrants must have a current BLS card. The registration fee for the course is $200 which includes the manual. Interested persons may download a registration fee from the Emergency Health Services website.

Inquires should be directed to Danette McCoy at 410-455-3584 or danette@umbc.edu.

Advanced Cardiac Life Support Instructor Training (3/21)

Advanced Cardiac Life Support Instructor training will be held on Saturday, March 21, 2015 from 8:00 am -4:00 pm. This course is open to anyone who is interested in learning to teach ACLS. Registrants must have a current ACLS card. The registration fee for the course is $300 which includes the course materials and manual. Interested persons may download a registration fee on the Emergency Health Services website.

Inquires should be directed to Danette McCoy at 410-455-3584 or danette@umbc.edu.

Workshop on Commercialization of UMBC Inventions (1/20)

12662631454_73fd5871b4_zJanuary 20, 2015, 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon. Location: ITE 456

This workshop will describe the resources available for commercialization of inventions by UMBC researchers. UMBC has a process in place to help — starting with the submission of invention disclosures and patent applications, to the licensing of the patent or to the development of a start-up company. UMBC faculty will discuss their experiences in obtaining funding for their projects.

MAS – Internal Controls Education Session (1/20)

The auditors are coming! The auditors are coming! Are you ready? Recognizing the benefits of internal controls and understanding internal controls is the responsibility of the campus community. We are having a two-hour Management Advisory Services Internal Control Education session to cover the information you need to be prepared in case the auditors come to your area. This session is appropriate for faculty and staff and is highly recommended for new employees and existing employees who would like a refresher course on Internal Controls.

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The session will be Tuesday, January 20th, in The Commons, Room 331 from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Register by Friday January 16th at: www.umbc.edu/training (locate the event and click “I can attend.”)

Please contact Sharon Doherty-Ritter in Management Advisory Services at doherty@umbc.edu or ext. 5-1620 for any additional information

Preparing an NSF Proposal (12/4)

Ensure your NSF Proposal Meets their Specific Requirements

This workshop builds on the material covered in the Fundamentals of Proposal Preparation workshop and includes methods for tailoring proposals to meet the specific requirements of the NSF. Topics to be covered include: How to Make Sure That Your Idea is Fundable, The NSF Review Process, The NSF Review Criteria, and The Critical Questions That Must be Addressed for an NSF Proposal to be Funded. A detailed description of how to write each part of the proposal will be given.

Presented by: Dr. Ralph M. Pollack, Professor Emeritus, UMBC

Seats are limited, so RSVP here by December 1.