Lawrence Technological University in Southfield Tuesday announced it will offer a series of courses and workshops for working adults through its new Career Development Institute.
“In today’s economy, getting and staying ahead means embracing the concept of becoming a lifelong learner,” says Virinder Moudgil, president of LTU. “These courses, and more that will follow, will help working adults stay abreast of the latest trends in a wide variety of career paths and explore the latest technologies in their fields. We will also offer courses that help adults make career changes into rapidly growing technical fields.”
A one-day workshop on cybersecurity will be offered Nov. 17.; Jan. 19, 2019; April 27, 2019; and June 1, 2019. Workshops in pavement management and mechanistic pavement design will also be offered and are intended for recent transportation engineering graduates, entry- and mid-level municipal engineers, transportation engineers, transportation maintenance supervisors, airport engineers, and facility maintenance supervisors.
In October and December of this year and March and June of 2019, OSHA training for construction or general industry will be offered. A 10-hour program is designed for entry-level or professional staff in construction, building development, repair, alterations, and other fields. A 30-hour course is designed for supervisors.
Professional development workshops for K-12 educators on topics such as modern media, design and technology, active and collaborative pedagogy in STEM classes, hands-on science classes, and product development and design will be offered on weekends from March 2019-June 2019.
More information on the workshops is available here.
LTU is a private university that was founded in 1932.