Re-Licensure Programs

Re-Licensure Programs contain courses that meet the re-licensure requirements for careers outside of health occupations. For Health Re-Licensure Programs, please visit the Health Programs tab.

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Re-Licensure

Used Auto Dealer

Under the Hood – Dealer 101

This course is the basic course on understanding dealer responsibilities.  This class will serve as a refresher course and will teach the requirements of being an auto dealer in Iowa and how to maintain a dealer’s license.  Updates of changes to state and federal law, rule and regulation will be provided.  The trainer will discuss new laws enacted during the 2018 legislative session impacting auto dealers as well as providing new information from federal and state agencies pertaining to the auto industry.  Dealers will be encouraged to bring forth areas of concern to assist with possible solutions to these concerns.  Dealers will review videos from the staff of the Iowa Department of Transportation Bureau of Investigation and Identity Protection and the Consumer Protection Division of the Iowa Attorney General’s office. An updated manual or a USB/flash drive will be provided to all attendees.  The classes will be held on the Ottumwa Campus and instructed by C. Winterboer.

 Oct 26 - Oct 26
19/YR*REL*2907*601
Fri, 8:00AM - 1:00PM
Bennett Student Svc Ctr
Rm: 100 - $179.00 

Turbocharged Dealer Details – Dealer 102

This course will serve as a refresher course for Iowa auto dealers, plus provide training on vehicle title compliance and the necessity for dealer compliant paperwork.  The trainer will provide an overview of dealer responsibilities with lender resources and compliant guidelines for assisting consumers with financing options.  The course will provide updates to state and federal law, rule and regulation.  The trainer will discuss new laws enacted during the 2018 legislative session impacting Iowa auto dealers.  Dealers will review video presentations from the Iowa Department of Transportation Bureau of Investigation & Identity Protection and the Consumer Protection Division of the Iowa Attorney General’s office.  An updated 5 hour dealer education manual and/or a USB flash drive will be provided to all attendees. The classes will be held on the Ottumwa Campus and instructed by T. Thein.

Oct 26 - Oct 26
19/YR*REL*2904*601
Fri, 8:00AM - 1:00PM
Advanced Tech Center
Rm: 116 - $179.00

A Major Tune-up – Buy Here Pay Here Operations- Dealer 103

Updates of state and federal law, rule and regulation will be shared with dealers. The trainer will provide an overview of regulations, policies and procedures for compliant buy here pay here dealerships.  New laws impacting Iowa auto dealers enacted during the 2018 Iowa legislative session will be reviewed.  The importance of using compliant forms in buy here pay here operations will be discussed with attendees.  The course will be beneficial for existing buy here pay here dealers as well as those dealers who are giving consideration to establishing a buy here pay here dealership.  An updated 5 hour dealer education manual and/or a USB flash drive will be provided to all attendees. The classes will be held on the Ottumwa Campus and instructed by C. Winterboer.

 Oct 25 - Oct 25
19/YR*REL*2902*601
Thurs, 12:00PM - 5:00PM
Bennett Student Svc Ctr
Rm: 100 - $179.00

 

Cosmetology

The Cosmetology classes will be held on the Ottumwa Campus in the Bennett Student Services Center, room 100 and instructed by S. Besch. Continental breakfast and box lunch will be provided for this class. Please let us know of any diet restrictions in advance.

Change Brings on Opportunity, Opportunity to Look at Ourselves in a New Way.’
We will teach you the newest techniques in color and cuts on makeover participants directly from the audience. You will see how new techniques can apply to your everyday client. We all love to see the before and after, we can all make a difference! Don't miss out and you may be eligible for the makeover!

Oct 08 - Oct 08
19/YR*REL*3000*101
Mon, 8:00AM - 12:00PM, $80.00

Law & Sanitation
Law & Sanitation will include 2 hours of fun learning with modern game shows! Discover new laws and ways to keep up on sanitation.

Oct 08 - Oct 08
19/YR*REL*3000*102
Mon, 1:00PM - 3:00PM, $30.00

 

Childcare Classes

These childcare classes are each approved for 2 CEU’s of continuing education for DHS licensed childcare professionals and are approved for training contact hours for other childcare providers through the Iowa Childcare Provider Training Registry.

These courses are FREE to all childcare providers in the home daycare, community daycare and pre-school settings. Other community childcare providers are welcome to attend. These classes are sponsored by Indian Hills Community College and the Iowa/Jefferson/Keokuk County Early Childhood Board. All of the classes are held at the IHCC Service Center, 112 S. Court St, Fairfield.

Positive Behavior Interventions and Support
Sept 13 - Sept 13
19/YR*VOC*1248*600
Thurs, 6:00PM - 8:00PM

This learning experience will be an overview of the evidence-based practices of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) for addressing the social and emotional development and challenging behavior of infants and toddlers. This class is taught by Anne Michel, Early Childhood Consultant at GPAEA. She has a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Special Education, and experience as a Home Intervention Teacher, Preschool Special Education Teacher, Play Coach, College Professor, and CEO of an Animal Sanctuary.

Supporting Breastfeeding in Childcare
Oct 10 - Oct 10
19/YR*VOC*1248*601
Wed, 6:00PM - 8:00PM

This program will provide an opportunity for child care professionals to learn safe practices for storage and handling of breast milk, as well as how to support breast feeding in your child care. Mandi Lauderman, presenter, is an RN, BSN, MSN for the Jefferson County Public Health Department.

Process vs Product: Providing Meaningful Creative Art Experiences for Preschoolers
Nov 15 - Nov 15
19/YR*VOC*1248*602
Thurs, 6:00PM - 8:00PM

Young children are natural artists! Art in the early childhood classroom should support these budding artists by promoting art that allows them to explore, discover, and challenge their creativity. Participants will engage in a hands-on creative art experience using loose parts, recycled/found objects and natural materials. We will discuss how an environment rich in open-ended, real materials encourages children to experiment, construct, engage, invent, tinker, manipulate and play.
Vickie Parker, instructor, is an early childhood consultant with the Great Prairie AEA.

Understanding the Characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorder and Ways to Support
Dec 12 - Dec 12
19/YR*VOC*1248*603
Wed, 6:00PM - 8:00PM

Current statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), show that about 1 in 68 children have been identified with autism spectrum disorder. With this prevalence, and the known benefit of early intervention, participants will gain knowledge around the characteristics of autism, different strategies to support individual needs and additional resources. Crystal Hornback, instructor, is a special education consultant and autism specialist for the Great Prairie AEA.

 

Electrical Re-Licensure

Classes will be held at the Ottumwa Campus in the Advanced Technology bldg., room 111A and will be instructed by R. Chambers. Participants will need to bring a copy of the 2017 NEC, highlighters, notebook and pencils.

 2017 NEC Update
This 6-hour course covers the significant changes in the latest edition of the NEC. These changes include five new articles dealing Fixed Industrial Process Heating (425), Large-Scale PV Electric Power Production (691), Energy Storage Systems (706), Stand-Alone Systems (710), and Direct Current Microgrids (712). Also covered will be the major changes in the introduction and all nine chapters of the codebook.

Sept 29 - Sept 29
19/YR*REL*2955*600
Sat, 8:00AM - 2:30PM, $209.00

Ampacity Calculations
This 2-hour interactive class covers ampacity calculations for conductors in residential, commercial, and industrial applications, including derating for ambient temperature, number of conductors in a raceway or cable, and installations on rooftops.

Sept 29 - Sept 29
19/YR*REL*2959*600
Sat, 2:30PM - 4:30PM, $139.00

Grounding & Bonding
This 6-hour interactive course is designed for those who wish to better understand grounding and bonding of electrical systems and equipment. The PowerPoint presentation is based on the Soares Book on Grounding, and has been completely revised to coordinate with the 2017 NEC. The class will explain the fundamentals and practice of grounding and bonding in easily understood language using hundreds of color illustrations and photos.

Nov 17 - Nov 17
19/YR*REL*2956*600
Sat, 8:00AM - 2:30PM, $209.00

Conduit Sizing & Calculations
This 2-hour interactive class covers conduit sizing calculations for residential, commercial, and industrial applications, including all conductor and raceway types and nipples.

Nov 17 - Nov 17
19/YR*REL*2957*600
Sat, 2:30PM - 4:30PM, $139.00

 

Plumbing/HVAC/Mechanical Re-Licensure

Plumbing / HVAC / Mechanical re-licensure classes are offered on the IHCC campuses by The CEU Authority. Course registration is through CEU Authority’s website at www.theceuauthority.com. For more information on any of the classes or registration contact Audrey Pins at audrey@theceuauthority.com or (515) 333-1293.

The following classes will be held on Wed, Oct 17, 2018 on the Ottumwa Campus in the Advanced Technology bldg, room 11A.

What's New in the Uniform Plumbing Code
This course will walk you through many of the changes from the previous plumbing code cycle to the current plumbing code cycle. This will include: revisions, additions and deletions. This course is good for 2 CEU's of plumbing code for the Iowa Plumbing License.

8:00AM - 10:00AM
Tuition: $79.00*

Personal Protective Equipment and Fall Protection
During this course participants will learn how to assess a jobsite and select proper PPE according to given analysis. This course is good for 2 hours safety for the Iowa Plumbing and Mechanical license.

10:00AM - 12:00PM
Tuition: $79.00*

Plumbing Checklists for Success
This course will discuss the framework for organizing the plumbing contractor to have repeatable success, including checklists for planning your work and working your plan. This course is good for 4 CEU's for the Plumbing discipline area of the Iowa Mechanical license.

1:00PM - 5:00PM
Tuition: $149.00*


*A discounted rate of $375 will be applied automatically if you register for the whole day*

The following classes will be held on Wed, Feb 20, 2019 on the Ottumwa Campus in the Advanced Technology bldg, room 11A. 

What's New in the Uniform Plumbing Code
This course will walk you through many of the changes from the previous Plumbing code cycle to the current Plumbing code cycle. This will include: revisions, additions and deletions. This course is good for 2 CEU's of plumbing for the Iowa Plumbing License.

8:00AM - 10:00AM
Tuition: $79.00

Confined Spaces in Construction
Details requirements of the new (8/3/2015) OSHA 29CFR1926, Subpart AA - Confined Spaces in Construction. This course is good for 2 CEU's of Safety for the Iowa Plumbing or Mechanical License/s.

10:00AM - 12:00PM
Tuition: $79.00

Going Green: Plumbing and Mechanical Systems
Energy, energy analysis, efficiency rating systems, conventional and alternative space and water heating, cooling, dehumidification, methods of offsetting heating and cooling requirements, and energy conservation measures will be the focus of the seminar. This course is approved for 4 discipline hours in any of the four plumbing/mechanical licenses for the State of Iowa.

1:00PM - 5:00PM
Tuition: $149

What's New in the Mechanical Code
This course will cover significant changes from the previous Mechanical Code Cycle. This course is good for 2 CEU's for the Iowa Mechanical License.

5:00PM - 7:00PM
Tuition: $79

The following classes will be held on Thurs, Apr 25, 2019 on the Centerville Campus .

What's New in the Uniform Plumbing Code
This course will walk you through many of the changes from the previous Plumbing code cycle to the current Plumbing code cycle. This will include: revisions, additions and deletions. This course is good for 2 CEU's of plumbing for the Iowa Plumbing License.

8:00AM - 10:00AM
Tuition: $79.00

Confined Spaces in Construction
Details requirements of the new (8/3/2015) OSHA 29CFR1926, Subpart AA - Confined Spaces in Construction. This course is good for 2 CEU's of Safety for the Iowa Plumbing or Mechanical License/s.

10:00AM - 12:00PM
Tuition: $79.00

Going Green: Plumbing and Mechanical Systems
Energy, energy analysis, efficiency rating systems, conventional and alternative space and water heating, cooling, dehumidification, methods of offsetting heating and cooling requirements, and energy conservation measures will be the focus of the seminar. This course is approved for 4 discipline hours in any of the four plumbing/mechanical licenses for the State of Iowa.

1:00PM - 5:00PM
Tuition: $149

What's New in the Mechanical Code
This course will cover significant changes from the previous Mechanical Code Cycle. This course is good for 2 CEU's for the Iowa Mechanical License.

5:00PM - 7:00PM
Tuition: $79

 

Insurance Re-Licensure

Classes are held at the Ottumwa Campus in the Advanced Technology Bldg, room 111A and the instructor will be T. Stockebrand. 6 hours of General Insurance CEU’s will be awarded for each class. Cost of each class is $88.

Personal Financial Planning
Sept 11 - Sept 11
19/YR*REL*2085*501
Tues, 9:00AM - 4:00PM

Life Insurance Options in Estate Planning
Oct 09 - Oct 09
19/YR*REL*2097*501
Tues, 9:00AM - 4:00PM

Senior Care Insurance
Nov 13 - Nov 13
19/YR*REL*2079*501
Tues, 9:00AM - 4:00PM


Continuing Education Course Refund Policy:

In order to qualify for a refund, you must cancel your registration at least 3 business days prior to course start.  If you have not prepaid for the class, charges will be assessed to your account if you do not cancel within the required timeframe or if you do not show up for the class you will be charged.  Exceptions will be made only in extreme circumstances.  To cancel a registration, call us at 1-800-346-4413.