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ALL KCIE events charge a registration fee which must be received ONE WEEK PRIOR to the event date. Unless otherwise specified, the registration fee includes lunch, materials, and book costs, if applicable. Workshops can be taken for one graduate credit or for 8 hours of professional development. FHSU Graduate School fees apply for credit offerings at the Graduate level. Undergraduate fees apply for credit at the Undergraduate level.
STEP ONE: Every participant must register for an event regardless of whether or not you pay for college credits. If you are Registering only and do not want to take the workshop for college credit, click on the Register for a KCIE Event below. If you choose to enroll for Graduate credit, follow STEP TWO below. If you choose to enroll for Undergraduate credit, follow STEP THREE below. Register for a KCIE Event and
STEP TWO: Enroll in event for Graduate Credit Follow these steps to enroll for Graduate Credit (PDF) Current Graduate Tuition Rate - $246.90/credit or STEP THREE: Enroll in event for Undergraduate Credit Follow these steps to enroll for Undergraduate Credit (PDF) Current Undergraduate Tuition Rate - $182.00/credit
SPRING 2014* Complete all workshops in the series to earn a KCIE Five-Pointer CertificateTitle: Building Relationships with Families and Partnerships within CommunitiesPresenters: Mrs. Sara Stoup and Mrs. Natalie UnruhLocation: FHSU - Rarick Hall 236BCourse #: TEEL 670 Workshop in Education IIDate: 2/22/14Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PMEnd Reg. Date: 2/15/14 Course Descr.: The intended audience is Early Childhood and Youth Development Professionals. This workshop addresses Content Area IV: Families and Communities as stated in the Core Competencies for Early Childhood and Youth Development Professionals. Participants will develop an understanding of appropriate services, resources and technology through an interactive workshop approach that will assist participants to work collaboratively with families and agencies/organizations to meet the diverse needs of children, youth, and families.Cost: $90.00 workshop fee plus cost for tuition, if applicable Credit: 1Title: *Getting to Know My Home from Foundation to Roof Presenters: Mr. Kris MunschLocation: FHSU - Davis Hall Course #: TECS 606D: Tech Issues Date: 3/8/14Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PMEnd Reg. Date: 3/1/14Course Descr.: This workshop is for anyone thinking about, that owns, or is involved in some type of home renovation. Participants will be engaged from the foundation to roof, will examine HVAC systems, and will consider proper drainage. Cost: $90.00 workshop fee plus cost for tuition, if applicableCredit: 1Title: *The Home Renovation Process – Where do I Begin? Presenters: Mr. Kris MunschLocation: FHSU - Davis Hall Course #: TECS 606E: Tech IssuesDate: 4/5/14Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PMEnd Reg. Date: 3/29/14 Course Descr.: The process of renovating a home can be daunting. This workshop will help you move from ideas to a step-by-step list of what to do. This workshop includes a visit to a home currently being renovated. Cost: $90.00 workshop fee plus cost for tuition, if applicableCredit: 1Title: *Enough Talking About Houses Presenters: Mr. Kris MunschLocation: FHSU - Davis Hall Course #: TECS 606F: Tech IssuesDate: 4/26/14Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PMEnd Reg. Date: 4/19/14 Course Descr.: This workshop will put you to work. You may install a door, replace a wax ring on a toilet or fix drainage around a home. A tape measure, safety glasses, and pencil are needed for this workshop. Cost: $90.00 workshop fee plus cost for tuition, if applicableCredit: 1
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