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NonCredit FLEEP Courses


Making the Most of Media:  Media Relations & Communicating Your Message

Cultural Competency for Leadership

Tapping into "the" Abundance


Making the Most of Media:  Media Relations & Communicating Your Message

Friday October 14.

Contact Hours: (total of 6 hours): one day:  9-Noon, Lunch break Noon – 1:30 (on your own,). Second half, 1:30-4:30pm.  You will be given an exercise to work on during your lunch break and we will be able to finish it up during the first 30 minutes.  We begin again at 2 p.m. 

Description:  Often, we know what we want the media to do for us, but either our intended message does not get across, or we or simply ignored.  This seminar/workshop will focus on how to understand what media want and how to give them what they want with positive results.  The first part of the day we will go over media relations and issues.  During lunch you will be given a brief case scenario to make notes on.  The second half the day we will run through the cases and then learn how to use communication strategies to build successful media relationships and outcomes.

Instructor: 

Blakley

Dr. D. E. Clark is an associate professor of communication & digital media studies at UHCL. She has worked as a journalist for several magazines and newspapers, and worked abroad in development, marketing and public relations for several large companies.  She has a book on the role of media and pandemic influenza, and has recently been working on social media and education policies. She has also worked with Major League Baseball and The Department of Homeland Security on developing a national emergency preparedness program.

Tuition Cost:  $139.00 per person.
6 Continuing Education Units will be provided to each participant who successfully completes the workshop.

Registration

NOTICE:
You CAN signup online without paying, however, you are not fully registered until you have completed your payment.

Register Online

If you have any questions, or prefer to register on the phone, please contact Christine Paul at 281-283-3033 or email paul@uhcl.edu

 


Cultural Competency for Leadership

Date: Friday, October 21

Contact Hours: (total of 6 hours): one day:  9-Noon, Lunch break Noon – 1:30 (on your own,). Second half, 1:30-4:30pm.  You will be given an exercise to work on during your lunch break and we will be able to finish it up during the first 30 minutes.  We begin again at 2 p.m. 

Objectives of the One Day Workshop:
The NCBI Prejudice Reduction Workshop is an experiential, participatory workshop that empowers individuals of all ages and backgrounds to take leadership in their communities and workplaces to build inclusive environments that welcome diversity. The NCBI prejudice reduction workshop can stand alone as a powerful one-day experience or be followed at a later date with a train-the-trainer seminar. The train-the-trainer seminar trains participants to work together as a team leading similar prejudice reduction programs.

  • to identify and work though stereotypes and misinformation about other groups;
  • to heal from the scars of internalized oppression;
  • to reclaim pride in one’s own background while at the same time building bridges with other groups;
  • to hear personal stories about various ways different groups experience discrimination and to increase a commitment to be allies for those groups; and 
  • to learn effective ways to intervene when confronted with prejudicial jokes, remarks, and slurs.

Instructor:

Bullock

Linda Contreras Bullock M.A., NCBI Campus Affiliate

Tuition: $ 125.00
6 Continuing Education Units will be provided to each participant who successfully completes the workshop.

Registration

NOTICE:
You CAN signup online without paying, however, you are not fully registered until you have completed your payment.

Register Online

If you have any questions, or prefer to register on the phone, please contact Christine Paul at 281-283-3033 or email paul@uhcl.edu



Tapping into "the" Abundance

Create Prosperity and Purpose In Your Life by Adding Value to Others and the World

Workshop: Friday, November 11 9am - 12pm and 1:30pm - 4:30pm

Contact Hours: (total of 6 hours): one day:  9-Noon, Lunch break Noon – 1:30 (on your own,). Second half, 1:30-4:30pm.  You will be given an exercise to work on during your lunch break and we will be able to finish it up during the first 30 minutes.  We begin again at 2 p.m. 

An Integrative Workshop
Eidetic Imagery, Philosophy, Spirituality, Group Interaction

Images are concealed within us, in those around us, and in the universe.  In particular, specific, vivid, and holographic images called Eidetics store the totality of all our experiences.  They provide us with important information regarding our difficulties and many possibilities toward their solution.   

In this workshop you will :

•    Have your own Eidetic viewing of what is blocking prosperity and    
      purpose in your life and ways to expand beyond those obstacles

•    Learn new concepts about prosperity and purpose and how by    
      adding value to others and the world you can draw more gifts
      into your life from all the available abundance

•    Experience ways to open and expand your heart and your desire  
      through imagery for things that are important to you

•    Discover new potentials and visualize ways you can share and      
     manifest your potentials in the world

Tashnek

Nanette Tashnek, M.S.S.W.   
Eidetic Practitioner
www.eideticimageryhouston.com
713 206-6462 
Ntashnek@att.net

Tuition: $165.00 
6 Continuing Education Units will be provided to each participant who successfully completes the workshop.

Registration

NOTICE:
You CAN signup online without paying, however, you are not fully registered until you have completed your payment.

Register Online

If you have any questions, or prefer to register on the phone, please contact Christine Paul at 281-283-3033 or email paul@uhcl.edu

 

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