Spring massage clinics at CCTC

LLCC’s Capital City Training Center is currently scheduling appointments for spring massage clinics. LLCC Massage Therapy students will perform their clinical work using Swedish massage at CCTC on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from April 3-May 29 and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from June 4-20. Students are supervised by the clinic instructor who is a licensed massage therapist.

Appointments are available for 60-minute massages at 6 p.m. (April, May and June) and 8 p.m. (April). Appointments are available for 90-minute massages at 7:30 p.m. (May and June).

The cost is $20 for a 60-minute massage and $25 for a 90-minute massage. Payment is due when the appointment is scheduled and is non-refundable. Only a few spots are left, so call 524-6749 to schedule your appointment!

CCTC receives Trendsetter award from National Safety Council

Congratulations to LLCC’s Capital City Training Center for receiving a Trendsetter award from the National Safety Council for the Alive at 25 program. Every year the National Safety Council’s Defensive Driving Team recognizes the top training centers and celebrates their dedication to advancing the Council’s mission of eliminating preventable deaths.

Massage clinics at CCTC this spring

LLCC’s Capital City Training Center is currently scheduling appointments for spring massage clinics. LLCC Massage Therapy students will perform their clinical work using Swedish massage at CCTC on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from April 3–June 27. Students are supervised by the clinic instructor who is a licensed massage therapist.

Appointments are available for 60-minute massages at 6 p.m. (April, May and June) and 8 p.m. (April). Appointments are available for 90-minute massages at 7:30 p.m. (May and June).

The cost is $20 for a 60-minute massage and $25 for a 90-minute massage. Payment is due when the appointment is scheduled and is non-refundable. Call 524-6749 to schedule an appointment. Appointments are filling up fast!

CQI session coming up!

All new or current employees who have not completed Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) training are encouraged to sign up now for the next session on March 30, 2018! Facilitators will be Nicole Ralph and Karen Sanders. Register by calling 524-6749 or emailing cctc@llcc.edu.

Massage clinics at CCTC this spring

LLCC’s Capital City Training Center is currently scheduling appointments for spring massage clinics. LLCC Massage Therapy students will perform their clinical work using Swedish massage at the Capital City Training Center on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from April 3–June 27. Students are supervised by the clinic instructor who is a licensed massage therapist.

Appointments are available for 60-minute massages at 6 p.m. (April, May and June) and 8 p.m. (April). Appointments are available for 90-minute massages at 7:30 p.m. (May and June).

The cost is $20 for a 60-minute massage and $25 for a 90-minute massage. Payment is due when the appointment is scheduled and is non-refundable. Call 524-6749 to schedule an appointment.  Appointments are filling up fast!

Massage clinics at CCTC this spring

LLCC’s Capital City Training Center is currently scheduling appointments for spring massage clinics. LLCC Massage Therapy students will perform their clinical work using Swedish massage at the Capital City Training Center on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from April 3–June 27. Students are supervised by the clinic instructor who is a licensed massage therapist.

Appointments are available for 60-minutes massages at 6 p.m. (April, May and June) and 8 p.m. (April). Appointments are available for 90-minute massages at 7:30 p.m. (May and June).

The cost is $20 for a 60-minute massage and $25 for a 90-minute massage. Payment is due when the appointment is scheduled and is non-refundable. Call 524-6749 to schedule an appointment.

 

New CyberSec First Responder certification offered at CCTC

When it comes to cyberattacks, it’s no longer a question of if, but when. A new CyberSec First Responder certification is being offered by the LLCC Capital City Training Center, and a free informational webinar, with special guests from Logical Operations, author of the CFR certification, will be held on Aug. 30.

Participants can learn:
• Why security training matters and who do we need to train
• The need for a paradigm shift in security training
• A holistic approach to security training with CyberSec First Responder
• How CyberSec First Responder compares to other certifications

Visit www.llcc.edu/cybersec-first-responder for more information.

Cybersec First ResponderCyberSec First Responder (CFR) is a DoD 8570 approved cybersecurity training and certification program. Whereas many courses available in today’s market focus on highly specialized, tactical roles, CFR will enable you to cross-train a broader section of your IT function, preparing you to play a meaningful role in threat detection and response. Take cyber risk management to the next level by enrolling your human assets in defense of your networks.

CCTC offering “Current Trends in Drug Abuse” seminar

LLCC’s Capital City Training Center is offering a continuing education seminar June 14 titled “Current Trends in Drug Abuse.” The seminar is being presented by Bruce Talbot.

The Illinois heroin epidemic is being challenged with a wave of designer synthetic narcotic drugs. With strange chemical names such as “U-4,” and “W-18,” or a street slang name of “Badger Repellent,” these next generation narcotics are up to 10,000 times more potent than morphine! Other common street drugs of abuse such as cocaine and marijuana are also being challenged by designer synthetics including alpha-PVP (Blue Aqua) and 5F-ADB (Spice). This one-day seminar will update professionals on the latest street drugs of abuse in Illinois and innovative community responses to this latest drug challenge. Current Illinois drug abuse data will be presented from the Illinois Department of Health and drug seizure data from the Illinois State Police forensic labs.

Six contact hours is being awarded to nurses, professional/clinical counselors and social workers. Teachers will be awarded six CPDUs. IAODAPCA continuing education credits have been applied for and are pending. Law enforcement professionals as well as first responders are also encouraged to attend.

View the presenter bio and registration information HERE.

CQI SESSION COMING UP!

All new or current employees who have not completed Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) training are encouraged to sign up now for the next session Nov. 11 and 18! Facilitators will be Nicole Ralph and Karen Sanders. Register by calling 524-6749 or email cctc@llcc.edu.

CQI SESSION PLANNED FOR NOVEMBER

A reminder to all new or current employees who have not completed Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) training to sign up now for the next session November 11 and 18! Facilitators will be Nicole Ralph and Karen Sanders. Register by calling 524-6749 or email cctc@llcc.edu.