New Continuing Education Courses at Brentwood Campus of Long Island University
Classes offer adult students a world of career and personal development opportunities
Morgan Lyle,Assistant Director of Public Relations
Long Island University
Brentwood, N.Y. - From time management to public speaking to discovering your life's purpose, spring courses from the School of Continuing Education at the Brentwood Campus of Long Island University offer adult students a world of career and personal development opportunities.
Course titles for the spring semester include “Time Management for Educators," "Time Management for Professional Counselors," "Public Speaking for Professional Counselors," and "Discover Your Life Purpose and Find Work You Love."
"We are committed to lasting learning opportunities for adults and strive to make our classes convenient and informative," said Lee Kelly, associate provost for the Brentwood Campus.
Two courses required by the New York State Education Department for professionals who work in schools, "Child Abuse Identification and Reporting" and "Project S.A.V.E. - Safe Schools Against Violence in Education Act" will be taught on Friday, March 11 by educator Bonnie Binder.
Driver's education instruction will also be offered to students ages 16 and older. The class includes six hours behind the wheel, 18 hours of observation and 24 hours of lecture taught by New York State-accredited teachers in late-model, dual-controlled, air conditioned and fully insured automobiles. To be eligible, a student must be 16 years of age before September 15 for the fall term.
The Brentwood Campus is located on a 172-acre, tree-lined property owned by the Sisters of St. Joseph at 100 Second Avenue in Brentwood. For more information on continuing education at the Brentwood Campus or to register, call (631) 273-5112 or visit www.liu.edu/brentwood.
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