Portland Community College | Portland, Oregon

CEU 3654
CISSP Security Prep

PCC Institute of Fundraising and Grant Writing with WVDO

Build the skills to successfully write grants and raise funds for worthy projects and organizations. Courses are taught by professionals with real world experience, and will give you a comprehensive look at all aspects of the funding field. Geared for those working with nonprofits, those who aspire to do so, and volunteers who support nonprofits in raising support.

Each PCC class enrollment comes with a 3-month free Willamette Valley Development Officers (WVDO) membership. Completion awards will be given to participants who complete all 5 PCC courses (Creating Nonprofit Boards will be held in Fall 2016) and attend 5 WVDO educational program events. Details on WVDO's schedule are listed at http://wvdo-or.org/. Email communityed@pcc.edu with PCC class questions.

CEU 908V
Grant Writing Introduction
CEU 908W
Fundraising Fundamentals
CEU 3381
Creating Nonprofit Boards
CEU 9705
Grant Writing Advanced

Educator Professional Development

For K-12 teachers and education professionals: Complete your annual PDU requirement with one online course. These 25 PDU online courses are completed within a 6 - 8 week timeframe. Work on them at your convenience: at home, at school, at any time of day. Classes repeat monthly.

CEU 3519
Teaching Smarter with Smart Boards
CEU 3520
Solving Classroom Discipline Problems
CEU 3521
Teaching Students with ADHD
CEU 3530
Guided Reading, Writing Strategies for Maximum Achievement
CEU 3531
Teaching Students with Autism
CEU 3660
Solving Classroom Discipline Problems II
CEU 3662
Empowering Students with Disabilities
CEU 3663
Guided Reading: Strategies for the Differentiated Classroom
CEU 3664
Spanish in the Classroom
CEU 3665
The Creative Classroom
CEU 3666
MS PowerPoint 2013 in the Classroom
CEU 3667
Using the Internet in the Classroom
CEU 3668
Singapore Math Strategies: Model Drawing for Grades 1-6
CEU 3669
Singapore Math: Number Sense and Computational Strategies
CEU 3670
Creating the Inclusive Classroom
CEU 3674
Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom
CEU 3736
Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities
CEU 3737
Integrating Technology in the Classroom
CEU 3738
Differentiating K-12 Assessments
CEU 3739
Differentiated Instruction, Response Intervention Connection
CEU 3740
Response to Intervention: Reading Strategies That Work
CEU 3741
Common Core Standards English Language K-5
CEU 3742
Content Literacy: Grades 6-12

Electrical License Renewal

Updated for the 2014 Code Book. Let PCC help keep your electrical training current and advance your career! Our classes offer the latest training in the electrical profession. Each course meets the requirements of the State of Oregon Electrical Board for Continuing Education for license renewal. Most classes can also be used to meet the Washington State requirements through the WA/OR reciprocity agreement. A course completion award for continuing education will be issued by the instructor at the end of each Saturday workshop to students who have proof of registration. Attendance rosters for all classes will be sent to the State for certification purposes. Please note that the electrician's license renewal fee is not included in the cost of the class. A 2014 National Electric Code Book is required.

CEU 921Z
National Electrical Code Changes
CEU 922C
Grounding and Bonding
CEU 922A
NEC Code Calculations for Motor and Transformers
CEU 3516
Oregon Rule and Law for Electricians

Mediation

PCC's courses are taught by leading mediation professionals. A hallmark of the training is the individualized coaching provided by a team of professional mediator colleagues. The mediation experience comes to life through a comprehensive exploration of concepts, experiential learning and vivid examples from the instructors' wealth of practical experience. CLEs also provided.

CEU 901Y
Advanced Workplace Mediation
CEU 911K
Mediation Training

Tattoo Artists

These courses are approved by the Oregon Board of Body Art Practitioners under the continuing education requirement [331-915-00055(4)] of coursework that must be obtained by participation in or attendance at a course provided by an institution, program, or organization.

CEU 3493
Business Issues for Tattooists: Business Concepts
CEU 3494
Intellectual Property: Who Owns a Tattoo?
CEU 3495
Recent Issues in Tattoo Law
CEU 3661
Clean Tattoo Procedure