CCTC offering Continuing Ed for Social Service Professionals

LLCC is now an approved continuing education sponsor through the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation for Licensed Social Workers, Professional and Clinical Counselors.

The Capital City Training Center will be holding two workshops presented by Mark Sanders, LCSW, CADC, for social service professionals on December 2. Workshop attendees will be awarded 3 contact hours per workshop.

  • 9a.m.-noon Cultural Competence in Clinical Practice
  • 1-4p.m. The Counselor’s Toolbox: Strategies for Engaging the Most Difficult to Reach Clients

For seminar details and registration information visit:
http://www.llcc.edu/career-training/cctc/continuing-education/
Deadline to sign up is Nov. 15.

CQI session planned for November

All new or current employees who have not completed Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) training are encouraged 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.

CQI session planned for November

All new or current employees who have not completed Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) training are encouraged 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.

CCTC offering continuing education in Massage Therapy.

Lincoln Land Community College is now an approved continuing education sponsor through the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation for Licensed Massage Therapists. We will be holding our first continuing education seminar on October 21 at the Capital City Training Center entitled Essential Oils for Emotional Health. The seminar provides 8 CE hours to Licensed Massage Therapists; however, you do not have to be a Massage Therapist to attend. The seminar is open to the public. For seminar details and registration information visit:

http://www.llcc.edu/career-training/cctc/massage-therapy-continuing-education/

Books available from CCTC Course

The Capital City Training Center is offering leftover books from a recent training to LLCC faculty and staff.  If interested, contact Paula Luebbert at 782-1086 or paula.luebbert@llcc.edu. The following are available on a first come, first served basis:

  • MS Office 365, Office 2016 (Shelly Cashman Series) – 5 copies
  • Android Boot Camp for Developers using Java, 3rd Edition; Corinne Hoisington – 6 copies

CCTC Massage Clinics

Thank you to all of the LLCC faculty and staff that have supported our Massage Therapy students by scheduling massages!

The Capital City Training Center still has appointments available for the Massage Clinic on the following evenings:
June 9; 6-7pm
June 14; 6-7pm
June 16; 6-7pm and 7:30-9pm
June 21; 6-7pm

60 minute massages are $20 and 90 minute massages are $25. Payment is due at the time the appointment is scheduled.

Call the Capital City Training Center at 524.6749 to schedule an appointment.

CCTC offers leadership training free to employees

The Capital City Training Center is offering LLCC employees the opportunity to attend a free leadership training course this Thursday, April 14, 1-4 p.m. If you are interested in participating, please email laurel.bretz@llcc.edu by the end of the day Wednesday, April 12.

O’Shea Builder’s Director of Employee Development and Engagement, Tess Fyalka, will be piloting “Building Effective Teams,” a leadership training class, at the Capital City Training Center and is looking for individuals to participate and provide her with feedback on how she can fine tune the class. There is no cost to register as it is a pilot program.

Attendees will participate in a team simulation experience designed to help them better understand the following:

  • What makes an effective team
  • How to create an effective team
  • How to minimize dysfunction and build a positive team culture
  • How to recognize and better manage the 5 key stages of effective teams

 

REMINDER TO SIGN UP FOR CQI TRAINING!

All new or current employee who have not completed Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) training are encouraged to sign up now for the next session April 1 and 8! Facilitators will be Nicole Ralph and Karen Sanders. Register by calling 425-6749 or email cctc@llcc.edu

CCTC seeking participants in class pilot

O’Shea Builder’s Director of Employee Development and Engagement, Tess Fyalka, will be piloting a leadership training class at the Capital City Training Center and is looking for individuals to participate and provide her with feedback on how she can fine tune the class. There is no cost to register as it is a pilot program.
Topic: Building Effective Teams
Date/Time: Thursday, April 14, 1-4 p.m.
Participants: Those who must lead teams
Program type:  Highly Interactive training experience

Attendees will participate in a team simulation experience designed to help them better understand the following:

  • What makes an effective team
  • How to create an effective team
  • How to minimize dysfunction and build a positive team culture
  • How to recognize and better manage the 5 key stages of effective teams

If you are interested in participating, please email laurel.bretz@llcc.edu by April 7.

Massage Clinic at CCTC this spring

LLCC Massage Therapy students will be hosting a massage clinic at the Capital City Training Center on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from April 7 – June 21.

  • Appointments are available at 6 p.m., 7:30 p.m., and 8 p.m.
  • The cost is $20 for a 60 minute massage and $25 for a 90 minute massage.
  • Call 217.524.6749 to schedule an appointment.
  • Payment is due when the appointment is scheduled and is non-refundable.

LLCC students will perform their clinical work using Swedish Massage. Students are supervised by the clinic instructor who is a licensed massage therapist.