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.

August 30 – August 30
19/YR*REL*2907*600
Ottumwa Campus
Thurs, 8:00AM - 1:00PM
Advanced Technology Center
Rm: 116

$179.00
Instructor:  Winterboer

 

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.

August 30 – August 30
19/YR*REL*2904*600
Ottumwa Campus
Thurs, 12:00PM - 5:00PM
Advanced Technology Center
Rm: 116

$179.00
Instructor:  Thein

 

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.

August 31 – August 31
19/YR*REL*2902*600
Ottumwa Campus
Fri, 8:00AM - 1:00PM
Bennett Student Service Center
Rm: 100

$179.00
Instructor:  Winterboer

 

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.

 All of the classes are held at the Jefferson County ISU Extension Office, Cambridge room, at the fairgrounds in Fairfield, IA.

Move for Thought

In this course we will identify the benefits of large motor activities on cognitive and social-emotional development, learn how large motor activities can be integrated with books and music as well as teach cognitive skills, and identify at least three large motor activities to be used in transitions, large group, small group, and outside play.

 Sara Sprouse, presenter, is a Nutrition and Wellness Specialist for Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. She has a Master's Degree in Nursing/Health Advocacy.

August 31 – August 31
18/YR*VOC*1248*608
Tues, 6:00PM - 8:00PM

 

American Red Cross Sun, Water & Pool Safety

Be prepared for two summer-time safety issues for small children. The instructor will utilize ARC curriculum to discuss sun exposure issues as well as preventive measures and considerations when children are outside. In this program we will also cover water safety education needed when children use water sources such as home pools, municipal pools, facility pools, water parks, and natural bodies of water for education and/or recreational outings and activities.

May 15 - May 15
18/YR*VOC*1248*609
Tues, 6:00PM - 8:00PM

 

Electrical, Plumbing, Mechanical and Safety

 

Residential Wiring

This 8-hour class covers the National Electrical Code requirements for residential wiring beginning with general requirements and continuing through service installation, grounding and bonding, conductor sizing and installation, overcurrent protection, box sizing, receptacle locations, lighting and switching rules, appliances, heating and air conditioning, and spas, hot tubs and hydro-massage bathtubs. This class provides 8 “code” hours towards re-licensure for electricians. Participants should bring a copy of the 2017 NEC, highlighters, notebook and pencils. Cancellation is required three business days prior to class taking place.

May 11 – May 11
18/YR*REL*2960*609
Ottumwa Campus
Fri, 8:00AM - 4:30PM
Advanced Technology Center
Rm: 111A

$249.00
Instructor:  Chambers

 

 Arc Flash Training NFPA 70E

The purpose of this 4-hour class is to introduce personnel to the electrical hazards of shock, arc flash and arc blast. The program will explain the requirements of NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace specifically related to personnel safety. This session will demonstrate lockout/tagout procedures that are required in order to put equipment in an electrically safe working condition and describe the types and levels of personal protective equipment (PPE) that may be necessary for work on live parts, and show how to select the PPE that is required for the job. This class provides 4 “non-code” hours towards re-licensure for electricians. Cancellation is required three business days prior to class taking place.

May 12 – May 12
18/YR*REL*3955*610
Ottumwa Campus
Sat, 8:00AM - 12:00PM
Advanced Technology Center
Rm: 111A

$179.00
Instructor:  Chambers

 

Pools, Spas & Hot Tubs

This 3-hour class covers the National Electrical Code requirements for swimming pools, fountains, hot tubs, spas, and hydro-massage bathtubs, including: bonding and grounding; permitted wiring methods; clearances for overhead and underground wiring; rules for equipment disconnects and motors; distances for receptacles, luminaires, ceiling fans, and switches; rules for underwater lighting; the equipotential bonding grid; and specialized pool equipment. This class provides 3 “code” hours towards re-licensure for electricians. Participants should bring a copy of the 2017 NEC, highlighters, notebook and pencils. Cancellation is required three business days prior to class taking place.

May 12 – May 12
18/YR*REL*2960*611
Ottumwa Campus
Sat, 12:30PM - 3:30PM
Advanced Technology Center
Rm: 111A

$159.00
Instructor:  Chambers

 

Insurance Re-Licensure

 

Ethical Conduct in Insurance

April 24 – April 24
18/YR*REL*2060*501
Ottumwa Campus
Tues, 9:00AM - 3:00PM
Advanced Technology Center
Rm: 111A

$69.00
Instructor:  Stockebrand

 

Ethical Case Studies in Life Insurance

April 24 – April 24
18/YR*REL*2068*501
Ottumwa Campus
Tues, 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Advanced Technology Center
Rm: 111A

$19.00
Instructor:  Stockebrand

 

Essentials of Insurance Taxation

June 12 – June 12
18/YR*REL*2123*502
Ottumwa Campus
Tues, 9:00AM - 4:00PM
Advanced Technology Center
Rm: 111A

$88.00
Instructor:  Stockebrand


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.