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Carpentry

Carpentry - Minor Home Repair and Projects

This is an introductory course for home owners. Students learn the theories and manipulative skills involved in the proper use of hand tools and machinery dealing with the repair and maintenance of a cottage. The student gains practical experience in performing typical minor home repairs. Safety is stressed.

Learner Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the course, you will learn: 1) What Personal Protective Equipment is necessary while working with tools and equipment necessary for minor home repair and fabrication. 2) How to use and manipulate hand and electrical tool safely. 3. How to design and fabricate items for home use


Section - ENR4200-013

Industry and Trades

Carpentry - Minor Home Repair and Projects

This is an introductory course for home owners. Students learn the theories and manipulative skills involved in the proper use of hand tools and machinery dealing with the repair and maintenance of a cottage. The student gains practical experience in performing typical minor home repairs. Safety is stressed.

Learner Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the course, you will learn: 1) What Personal Protective Equipment is necessary while working with tools and equipment necessary for minor home repair and fabrication. 2) How to use and manipulate hand and electrical tool safely. 3. How to design and fabricate items for home use


Section - ENR4200-013

Code of Conduct: Setting the Tone for your Workplace (Online)

This is an online course.

In the work-world not everything is clear cut. When dealing with many people, they can all have many ideas about what is appropriate conduct and what isn’t. This course will take the guesswork out of appropriate conduct by showing how a code of conduct is a required tool for any workplace.

Learner Outcomes

Over the duration of this course, you will learn the whys and whats of a workplace code of conduct. You learn why they are needed, who they apply to, how to develop and implement one, and how to train employees on it.


Section - BUS4935-001

Crisis Management (Online)

Viable organizations need to be ready for emergencies because they are a fact of doing business. This course will show you how to create a crisis management plan that will help your business prevent, respond to, and recover from all types of crises.

Learner Outcomes

To begin this course, you will learn how to put the right people in place with a crisis management team and appropriate training. Then, you will learn how to identify and assess crisis risks, develop a response process, and gather appropriate resources. You will also learn how to respond to, document, and investigate crises; establish an emergency operations center; create a continuity plan; and recover from a crisis.


Section - BUS4933-001

Forklift New Operator Training and Certification Course

Forklift training for those who have never operated a forklift. Training includes classroom and hands-on training. Participant must wear long pants and covered shoes. Certification is for Class 5 vehicles.


Section - TRAD8350-148

Onboarding: The Essential Rules for a Successful Onboarding Program (Online)

This is an online course.

Did you know that most employees decide to leave a job within their first 18 months with an organization? You can greatly increase the likelihood that a new employee will stay with you by implementing a well-designed onboarding program that will guide the employee through their first months with the company.

Learner Outcomes

This course will explore the benefits of onboarding, show you how to design an onboarding framework, give you ways to customize the program for different audiences (including managers and executives), and demonstrate how to measure results from the program.


Section - BUS4948-001

Security Guard Re-Certification Course (Online/Zoom)

In accordance with HRS Section 463-10.5 (Act 208 (SLH 2010), effective July 1, 2013, all guards, and all agents, operatives, and assistants employed by a guard agency, private business entity, or government agency who act in a guard capacity shall apply to register with the Board of Private Detectives and Guards, and meet the following registration, instruction, and training requirements prior to acting as a guard:

  1. Be not less than eighteen (18) years of age;
  2. Possess a high school diploma or its equivalent.
  3. Not be presently suffering from any psychiatric or psychological disorder which is directly related and detrimental to a person’s performance in the profession; and
  4. Not have been convicted in any jurisdiction of a crime which reflects unfavorably on the fitness of the individual to act as a guard, unless the conviction has been annulled or expunged by court order; provided that the individual shall submit to a national criminal history record check as authorized by federal law, including but not limited to the Private Security Officer Employment Authorization Act of 2004, and specified in the rules of the Board.

For more information on the registration process with the Board call the Licensing Branch of the Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs (DCCA) at 586-3000 or visit: http://dcca.hawaii.gov/pvl/boards/private/
Effective June 30, 2014, registered guards are required to obtain at least four (4) hours of continuing education prior to each renewal. These four hours are required to be obtained in the classroom.

Topics to be covered include:

  1. Professional image and aloha training;
  2. Active shooter;
  3. Workplace violence;
  4. Fire safety;
  5. Blood borne pathogen exposure awareness;
  6. Professional ethics; and
  7. Civil liability

Prequisites

Must be currently registered with the Board of Private Detectives and Guards through the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA), and must have completed the Initial 8-Hour training requirement.


Section - TRAD8101-135

Security Guard Training

Prior to employment as a guard, it is a state mandate to meet certain training requirements. These training requirements include successful completion of an initial eight hour classroom instruction preceding the first day of employment and four hours of classroom training annually. In accordance with HRS Chapter 463-7 (ACT 208), persons who act in a guard capacity (guards, agents, operatives, and assistants) and are employed by private businesses, guard agencies, or government agencies, must register with the Board of Private Detectives and Guards. Participants will receive a certificate upon successful completion of this 8-hour comprehensive training program to meet the state security guard training requirements. For more information on guard requirements and application forms visit the DCCA Professional and Vocational Licensing website http://hawaii.gov/dcca/pvl/boards/private/application_publications 


Section - TRAD8100-207

Survival Skills for the New Trainer (Online)

This is an online course.

Few people choose training and development while they are still in school, and yet there are talented and knowledgeable trainers working in every industry. If you are thinking about becoming a trainer, or have started doing some training already and want to know more about what will help you to become an excellent trainer, this course will help you start your journey.

Learner Outcomes

In this course, you will learn the basic skills that every trainer must have. This includes dressing appropriately, being assertive, being genuine, communicating well, connecting with people, handling difficult participants, and a desire to learn. At the end of the course, you’ll review a list of do’s and don’ts and consider your next steps.


Section - BUS4931-001

Writing Reports and Proposals (Online)

This is an online course

Reports and proposals come in a variety of formats. All formats, however, rely on good writing skills and a solid framework. We recommend that you complete “Business Writing That Works” before beginning this course.

Learner Outcomes

To begin this course, you will learn about the four stages of report writing: investigating, planning, writing, and revising. You’ll also learn about the ten steps of proposal writing, as well as using headings, adding visual aids, writing persuasively, and sourcing material.


Section - BUS4942-001

Safety and Compliance

Survival Skills for the New Trainer (Online)

This is an online course.

Few people choose training and development while they are still in school, and yet there are talented and knowledgeable trainers working in every industry. If you are thinking about becoming a trainer, or have started doing some training already and want to know more about what will help you to become an excellent trainer, this course will help you start your journey.

Learner Outcomes

In this course, you will learn the basic skills that every trainer must have. This includes dressing appropriately, being assertive, being genuine, communicating well, connecting with people, handling difficult participants, and a desire to learn. At the end of the course, you’ll review a list of do’s and don’ts and consider your next steps.


Section - BUS4931-001

Writing Reports and Proposals (Online)

This is an online course

Reports and proposals come in a variety of formats. All formats, however, rely on good writing skills and a solid framework. We recommend that you complete “Business Writing That Works” before beginning this course.

Learner Outcomes

To begin this course, you will learn about the four stages of report writing: investigating, planning, writing, and revising. You’ll also learn about the ten steps of proposal writing, as well as using headings, adding visual aids, writing persuasively, and sourcing material.


Section - BUS4942-001

Security and Defense

Security Guard Re-Certification Course (Online/Zoom)

In accordance with HRS Section 463-10.5 (Act 208 (SLH 2010), effective July 1, 2013, all guards, and all agents, operatives, and assistants employed by a guard agency, private business entity, or government agency who act in a guard capacity shall apply to register with the Board of Private Detectives and Guards, and meet the following registration, instruction, and training requirements prior to acting as a guard:

  1. Be not less than eighteen (18) years of age;
  2. Possess a high school diploma or its equivalent.
  3. Not be presently suffering from any psychiatric or psychological disorder which is directly related and detrimental to a person’s performance in the profession; and
  4. Not have been convicted in any jurisdiction of a crime which reflects unfavorably on the fitness of the individual to act as a guard, unless the conviction has been annulled or expunged by court order; provided that the individual shall submit to a national criminal history record check as authorized by federal law, including but not limited to the Private Security Officer Employment Authorization Act of 2004, and specified in the rules of the Board.

For more information on the registration process with the Board call the Licensing Branch of the Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs (DCCA) at 586-3000 or visit: http://dcca.hawaii.gov/pvl/boards/private/
Effective June 30, 2014, registered guards are required to obtain at least four (4) hours of continuing education prior to each renewal. These four hours are required to be obtained in the classroom.

Topics to be covered include:

  1. Professional image and aloha training;
  2. Active shooter;
  3. Workplace violence;
  4. Fire safety;
  5. Blood borne pathogen exposure awareness;
  6. Professional ethics; and
  7. Civil liability

Prequisites

Must be currently registered with the Board of Private Detectives and Guards through the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA), and must have completed the Initial 8-Hour training requirement.


Section - TRAD8101-135

Security Guard Training

Prior to employment as a guard, it is a state mandate to meet certain training requirements. These training requirements include successful completion of an initial eight hour classroom instruction preceding the first day of employment and four hours of classroom training annually. In accordance with HRS Chapter 463-7 (ACT 208), persons who act in a guard capacity (guards, agents, operatives, and assistants) and are employed by private businesses, guard agencies, or government agencies, must register with the Board of Private Detectives and Guards. Participants will receive a certificate upon successful completion of this 8-hour comprehensive training program to meet the state security guard training requirements. For more information on guard requirements and application forms visit the DCCA Professional and Vocational Licensing website http://hawaii.gov/dcca/pvl/boards/private/application_publications 


Section - TRAD8100-207

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