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Asbestos Awareness

Summary: Personnel who perform assigned work around asbestos containing materials, but who (1) are not engaged in asbestos abatement or clean-up activities, asbestos manufacturing processes or automotive brake and clutch repair, (2) do not handle or use asbestos containing materials and/or (3) are not exposed to airborne asbestos levels at or above exposure limits promulgated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

Who should attend: All employees with exposure

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Initial awareness and refresher as needed

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available


Backhoe Safety

Summary: Review and discuss the use of backhoe safe practices and procedures to eliminate and control hazards. Discussion will include inspection, moving and operating, excavating and loading procedures, as well as working around a backhoe.

Who should attend: Employees that work with or operate a backhoe.

Length: 2 Hours

Recommended: Every 2 years

CEUs: 2 CEU Credit Hours available (Good for WD and WW only)

Bloodborne Pathogens

Summary: Addressing the dangers of Bloodborne Pathogens and written notice requirements regarding locations of hazardous employee exposure and medical records.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: 2 Hours

Required: Annually for those covered under the Exposure Control Plan

CEUs: 2 Non-Safety CEU Credit Hours available every two years (Good for WW only)

Bucket Truck Rescue for City Crews

Summary: Hands-on practice regarding the rescue of an injured person from a bucket truck, setting outriggers, fall protection, safe truck operation, and surrounding hazard recognition. City crews and personnel that use a bucket truck for changing street lights, setting seasonal decorations / banners on utility poles or other structures and tree trimming. Limit: 20 people.

Who should attend: Employees that work with or operate a bucket truck

Length: Approx. 4 Hours

Required: Annually

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Chain Saw / Brush Cutter Safety

Summary: Awareness on the hazards and regulations associated with chain saw operation. Additional subject matter includes grounds keeping, tree trimming, bugs & critters.

Who should attend: Employees working with chain saws or brush-cutters.

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Annually

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available


Chains, Slings, Wire Rope, Lifting Devices

Summary: How to evaluate chains, slings and wire ropes. If available, on-site material will be inspected and participants will be given the opportunity to practice evaluation skills.

Who should attend: Employees handling material with a lifting device

Length: 2 Hours

Required: Initially and introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: 2 CEU Credit Hours available (Good for WT, WD and WW)

Chlorine Safety

Summary: Address how to work safely with different forms of chlorine.

Who should attend: Employees handling chlorine

Length: 2 Hours

Required: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: 2 CEU Credit Hours available every two years (Good for WT, WD and WW)

Concrete Safety

Summary: Review of hazards associated with concrete and working with concrete during pouring, finishing, cutting operations or breaking up of old concrete for disposal. It will discuss the hazards of concrete work, how to protect employees from those hazards and proper PPE to be used.

Who should attend: Employees that have concrete exposure

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Confined Space (Permit Required) -- Basic

Summary: Address identifying, assessing and controlling the hazards found in confined spaces.

Who should attend: Employees exposed to confined spaces

Length: 2 Hours

Required: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: 2 CEU Credit Hours available (Good for WT, WD and WW)

CPR, AED, First Aid

Summary: Training for Adult, Child and Infant CPR, along with how to use an AED. First 3-4 hours cover CPR and AED / Last 1-2 hours cover First-Aid. There is no charge for certification and the card is good for two years.

Who should attend: All employees that need to be certified in CPR and First Aid

Length: Approx. 6 Hours

Required: CPR and First Aid required every 2 years

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available


Cranes and Hoists

Summary: Introduces the student to the various types of mobile cranes and tower cranes used in construction operations. Students are provided with intermediate information concerning crane operations, crane inspection and maintenance, rigging inspection, reading load charts, and corresponding OSHA and consensus standards.

Who should attend: Employees working with cranes/hoists

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Crane Signalperson Requirements

Summary: Covers the twenty (20) requirements in 29 CFR 1926.1428, OSHA’s Signalperson Qualifications standard and discuss the proper application of the hands signals covered in ANSI B20.5. It will also provide information regarding the importance of crane inspections.

Who should attend: Employees that work with cranes, or will be designated as a signalperson

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Defensive Driving

Summary: Emphasis on what to look for while you are driving and review important defensive driving procedures.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Recommended: Initially and as needed

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Developing or Auditing a Written Program

Summary: A walkthrough on how to develop a written program.

Who should attend: Employees supervising and developing safety programs

Length: Approx. 6 Hours (per two programs)

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Diversity in the Workplace

Summary: Addresses the unique skills and abilities of all people within the workplace.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Recommended: As needed

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Dog Bite Awareness

Summary: Teaches employees how to prevent one of the most common work hazards as well as lost time due to injuries incurred. Participants will learn what to do when entering yards, what to do if approached by a dog who may attack and what to do if attacked or bitten. Information will also be provided on what makes dogs aggressive and how to use protective devices.

Who should attend: Employees required to enter customers’ yards

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Recommended: As needed for meter readers and all personnel needing access to enclosed areas

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available


Drug & Alcohol Employee/Supervisor Training

Summary: Addresses the effects of drugs and alcohol on the body, how to know if someone is on drugs, and give suggestions as to what an individual can do about it.

Who should attend: All employees involved with CDLs

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Initially, then recommended every two years for gas supervisors & operators and CDL supervisors & drivers

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Electric Safety (Basic)

Summary: Addresses how electricity works and how to stay safe around it. It does not address high voltage systems, but instead deals with the “plug-in” voltage people encounter every day.

Who should attend: All employees (not intended for high-voltage exposure)

Length: 2 Hours

Required: Initially and deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: 2 CEU Credit Hours available (Good for WT, WD and WW)

ELECTRIC SAFETY: Electric Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution (OSHA 269)

Summary: Outlines the OSHA 269 STANDARDS and will inform you on all the written programs that are needed to comply with this standard.

Who should attend: Electric utility employees

Length: Approx. 6 to 8 Hours

Required: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

ELECTRIC SAFETY: High Voltage Lockout-Tagout and Switching Procedures

Summary: Covers working on energized equipment with live line tools. Additionally, load break elbow operation, approved tools, underground & overhead switching procedures, safe work practices in substations and operating enclosed circuit breakers, and air brake switch maintenance. Plus, an explanation of Arc Flash categories and review the requirements of the 2012 NFPA-required arc hazard assessment to determine employee exposure and proper clothing systems.

Who should attend: Electric utility employees

Length: Approx. 4 Hours

Recommended: Annually

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

ELECTRIC SAFETY: High Voltage Personal Protective Equipment

Summary: Emphasis on high voltage hazards including the selection, care, inspection and maintenance of applicable, required PPE.

Who should attend: Electric utility employees

Length: Approx. 4 Hours

Recommended: Annually

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available


ELECTRIC SAFETY: Pole Top and Bucket Rescue

Summary: Provides instruction and hands-on practice regarding the different methods of safe rescue from a pole or bucket truck. This session will include fall protection, review bucket truck safety, recognizing hazards, and methods to insure a safe rescue. Limit: 15 people.

Who should attend: Electric utility employees

Length: Approx. 6 Hours

Recommended: Annually

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

ELECTRIC SAFETY: Safe Wooden Pole Handling and Hazards of Cell Phone Usage

Summary: Teaches the proper method to safely load, transport and install new poles and pole replacement near energized conductors. Safe operation of digger derrick trucks and hand signals will be reviewed. Class will also demonstrate the dangers of cell phone usage on the jobsite, while driving and liability issues caused by accidents. Along with reviewing the importance of complete concentration while working under certain conditions.

Who should attend: Electric utility employees

Length: Approx. 4 Hours

Recommended: Annually

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Emergency Preparedness

Summary: Discusses how to plan for the disasters that might occur.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: 2 Hours

Required: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: 2 CEU Credit Hours available (Good for WT, WD and WW)

Ergonomics (Back Power, Strains and Sprains)

Summary: Looks at the problems of over-exertion and other injuries caused by repetitive motion. The course will focus on proper field and office ergonomics, as well as musculoskeletal disorders that occur in the workplace.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Recommended: New employee and as needed

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Fall Protection, Manlifts and Scissor Lifts

Summary: Covers the “Six-Foot Fall Rule.” Students will have an opportunity to try on and learn the proper way to wear a fall protection harness. If available, it is highly recommended students bring their own harness for inspection and donning.

Who should attend: Employees who work at heights

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard or lift type, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available


Fire Extinguisher Safety & Fire Protection

Summary: Addresses the proper use and selection of fire extinguishers as well as the elements required for a fire to occur and how to prevent them. This session will also address establishing safe exit routes and proper handling / storage of flammables.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Initially and at least annually thereafter or a change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Flagger Safety

Summary: Covers all DOT, plus MUTCD, flagger rules when working in the right-of-way

Who should attend: All employees working in the right-of-way

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Annually

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Forklift Operator and Driving Assessment

Summary: Reviews appropriate operating procedures and other safety measures that will protect employees and meet current OSHA requirements. This site specific Forklift training consists of classroom and practical evaluation.

Who should attend: All employees that operate forklifts. New employees must have this training before operating a forklift without supervision.

Length: Approx. 3 Hours

Required: Initial classroom and driving assessment, then driving assessment every three years or for cause

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Gas Safety (Basic)

Summary: Covers the safe handling and storage of compressed gas cylinders, along with the basic hazards of natural gas. Additionally it’s appropriate for those people who field incoming calls regarding natural gas leaks or gas system problems.

Who should attend: All employees with exposure to natural or propane gas and for gas operator qualification

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Required every three years for gas operators; recommended as needed for all others (Best Practice)

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Harassment (Sexual and Other Types) and Title VI

Summary: Addresses proper communication between genders in the workplace. Harassment is not just about sex anymore and this class will instruct participants how to protect themselves from all harassment situations and proper ways to report incidents. This class will also cover Civil Rights Act, Title VI requirements.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Harassment is recommended: As needed (Best Practice)

Title VI is required: Initially then retaining per company policy

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available


Hazard Communication (Right to Know)

Summary: Addresses basic information you need to know about chemicals in the workplace plus the hazardous effects of chemicals, how to handle them and the first aid needed if you become over-exposed. Includes updates for the Global Harmonization Standard (GHS).

Who should attend: All employees

Length: 2 Hours

Required: Initially and annual refresher – this depends on level of response by employer

CEUs: 2 CEU Credit Hours available (Good for WT, WD and WW)

HAZWOPER Awareness

Summary: Help employees understand what hazardous substances are and the risks in an incident, what the potential outcome could be for a hazardous substance emergency, recognizing the presence of and identifying hazardous substances, emergency response and the importance of contacting additional resources.

Who should attend: Employees needing First Responder Awareness Level who may witness or discover a hazardous substance release and who would take no action beyond notification of the proper authorities.

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Annually for oil handlers

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Hearing Conservation – Awareness

Summary: Addresses the importance of assessing potential noise hazards in work areas and emphasizing the importance of wearing hearing protection.

Who should attend: All employees in a hearing conservation program

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Annually for those in a hearing conservation program; recommended every 2 years for others

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Hearing Baseline or Annual Tests

Summary: A baseline or annual hearing test.

Who should attend: All employees needing a baseline or annual hearing test.

Length: Varies

Required: Annually for those in a hearing conservation program

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Lab Safety -- Awareness

Summary: Explains how to work safely with lab chemicals.

Who should attend: Employees working in labs

Length: 2 Hours

Required: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: 2 CEU Credit Hours available every two years (Good for WT and WW only)

Ladder Safety

Summary: Addresses the selection, care and use of a ladder.

Who should attend: Employees required to use ladders.

Length: 2 Hours

Required: Initially and change in ladder type or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available


Leadership by Empowerment

Summary: Deals with important concepts of leadership and management. Participants will discuss the elements of good management, including organizational skills, prioritization of work, proper delegation, communication skills, effective discipline, and motivation of employees.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: As needed

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Lockout/Tagout (Awareness)

Summary: Discusses servicing and maintenance of machines and equipment in which the unexpected energization or startup of the machines or equipment, or release of stored energy, could harm employees. Establish minimum performance requirements for the control of such hazardous energy.

Who should attend: All employees working with equipment that has energy sources

Length: 2 Hours

Required: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found. Annual review of each authorized employee

CEUs: 2 CEU Credit Hours available (Good for WT, WD and WW)

Material Handling and Storage

Summary: Focuses on people with jobs that require handling material – manually or otherwise. Importance of proper storage and critical injury risk factors will be addressed.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Math for Water & Wastewater Operators

Summary: Deals with the many mathematical equations a water/wastewater employee must understand to be an effective operator.

Who should attend: All water & wastewater employees

Length: 2 Hours

Recommended: Every 2 years

CEUs: 2 Non-Safety CEU Credit Hours available every two years (Good for WT, WD and WW)

Mock OSHA Walkthrough

Summary: A representative should be designated to accompany the instructor during the walkthrough of all facilities (as time allows). The instructor will make an informal inspection for possible safety issues and OSHA violations. The representative should prioritize the order in which facilities are evaluated to make best use of time. Any time leftover will be used to review safety programs. Following the walkthrough a written report will be generated and returned for your review and will cover any phone calls for technical assistance afterward.

Length: Approx. 2-4 Hours

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available. This is not an employee training.


New Employee / Seasonal Employee Orientation

Summary: Topics to be covered: Emergency plans, ergonomics and safe lifting, bloodborne pathogens, hazard communication and employee right-to-know, heat/cold stress, hazard recognition, hazardous employee exposure and medical records, Title VI, housekeeping, ladder safety, personal protective equipment, hearing protection, mower & grounds keeper safety, tool safety (hand & power), electrical safety, lockout-tagout, confined spaces, flagger awareness and work zone awareness.

Who should attend: All new and seasonal employees

Length: Approx. 6 Hours

Required: As needed for new and seasonal employees

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

OSHA Recordkeeping and Program Review

Summary: City employee(s) responsible for the development and upkeep of the written programs. The visit will focus on the review of records and required regulatory programs. In addition any remaining time will be spent providing a one-on-one Safety Program Analysis.

Length: Approx. 4 Hours

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available. This is not an employee training.

OSHA Update

Summary: Addresses critical OSHA updates and what OSHA is looking for during an inspection.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Recommended: As needed

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Personal Protective Equipment

Summary: Provides training and information on the selection, use, care and limitations of PPE.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: 2 Hours

Required: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: 2 CEU Credit Hours available (Good for WT, WD and WW)

Playground Safety & Playground Maintenance

Summary: Emphasis on current safety issues, concerns and standards of care in playground safety. If available, playground equipment will be evaluated to determine if safety hazards exist (e.g. entrapment, impingement, surface deterioration, etc.)

Who should attend: Employees responsible for playground equipment

Length: Approx. 4 Hours

Recommended: As needed

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Pole Top and Bucket Rescue for Electric

Summary: Provides instruction and hands-on practice regarding the different methods of safe rescue from a pole or bucket truck. This session will include fall protection, review bucket truck safety, recognizing hazards, and methods to insure a safe rescue. Limit: 15 people.

Who should attend: Electric utility employees

Length: Approx. 6 Hours

Required: Annually

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available


Pulmonary Function Test

Includes: Physician Review // In-depth Medical History // Pulmonary Function Testing

Length: Varies

Required: Initially for all employees involved in a Respiratory Protection program (or if there has been a change in their health) and every three years for fire fighters

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Quality Customer Service

Summary: Addresses how to improve customer relations.

Who should attend: Employees dealing with citizens

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Recommended: As needed

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Recognition of Workplace Safety & Health Hazards

Summary: Addresses unsafe conditions and potential OSHA citations in your buildings.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Recommended: For new employees and as needed

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Respiratory Clearance Fit Tests

Who should attend: Employees needing to have their respirator(s) tested.

Length: Varies

Required: Annually for those required to wear respirators

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Respiratory Protection – Awareness

Summary: Addresses proper selection and use of a respirator as well as when a respirator is needed.

Who should attend: Employees using a respirator

Length: 2 Hours

Required: Annually for those wearing respirators

CEUs: 2 CEU Credit Hours available (Good for WT and WW only)

Rigging

Summary: Addresses the safe use of slings, rigging hardware and lifting devices and includes standard hand & voice signals. Procedures & regulations for working with cranes near overheard power lines will also be covered.

Who should attend: Employees that use chains/slings hoisting devices (not crane operators)

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Recommended: Initially and as needed

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available


Scaffolding

Summary: Covers general scaffolding safety. It will include assembly of frame scaffolding, rolling scaffolding, tube and coupler scaffolding. Class will also cover OSHA training requirements for assembly and use.

Who should attend: Employees that work with scaffolding

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Skidloader / Endloader Operator Training

Summary: Review of appropriate operating procedures and other safety measures that will protect employees and meet current OSHA requirements.

Who should attend: Employees operating skidloaders and endloaders

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Recommended: Initially and as needed

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Slips, Trips and Falls

Summary: Addresses the importance of good housekeeping in the work place and the avoidance of slips, trips and falls.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Recommended: Initially and as needed

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

SPCC Oil Handlers

Summary: Covers the proper techniques to prevent oil spills, hazards, and comply with SPCC (Spill Prevention Controls and Counter-Measurements) requirements. With proper planning, any cleanup costs will be drastically reduced. Additionally there will be a review with the class the city or utility’s plan.

Who should attend: Employees needing SPCC training

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Annually for oil handlers

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Tool Safety – Hand & Power

Summary: Teaches employees important safety practices to reduce accidents and injuries on the job. Inspecting, maintaining, proper guarding, and hazards associated with each tool and power source will be covered. Numerous tools will be shown including hammers, wrenches, saws, hydraulic, pneumatic and electric tools. Also, the class will address the requirements of proper machine guarding.

Who should attend: Employees that works with tools

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Recommended: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available


Trenching & Shoring – Awareness

Summary: Addresses the protection systems and evaluating the dangers of the trench.

Who should attend: Employees working at an excavation site (not competent person)

Length: 2 Hours

Recommended: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: 2 CEU Credit Hours available (Good for WD and WW only)

Trenching & Shoring – Competent Person

Summary: Address soil classification, protection systems and evaluating the dangers of the trench.

Who should attend: The individuals responsible for the control of the excavation job

Length: 6 Hours

Recommended: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: 6 CEU Credit Hours available (Good for WD and WW only)

Violence in the Workplace

Summary: Helps the employee cope with the irate person and suggest ways to assess and handle a volatile situation.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Recommended: For new employees and as needed

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Vulnerability & Security Considerations for Water & Wastewater Facilities

Summary: Introduces the many vulnerability and security considerations that might be included in a basic assessment of water / wastewater plants.

Who should attend: Water/Wastewater utility employees

Length: 2 Hours

Recommended: Every two years

CEUs: 2 Non-Safety CEU Credit Hours available every two years (Good for WT, WD and WW)

Welding, Cutting & Brazing

Summary: Reviews the welding, cutting and brazing regulations of OSHA. Safe practices, safety rules, compressed gas storage and handling, and personnel protective equipment will be addressed.

Who should attend: Employees that weld

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Required: Initially and change in employee duties, introduction of a new hazard, change in procedures or deficiency in knowledge found

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Winter Driving Review

Summary: Reviews important winter driving conditions including an opportunity for discussion about winter driving techniques, equipment readiness and response to weather extremes and road conditions.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Recommended: Every two years

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available


Workers Comp Injuries

Summary: Addresses how municipal employees are being hurt on the job by focusing on the most recent Worker Comp claims. This feedback is very helpful in identifying critical injury areas. The presentation will center on the reduction of accidents and related costs.

Who should attend: All employees

Length: Approx. 2 Hours

Recommended: For new employees and as needed

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

Work Zone Safety (Traffic Control)

Summary: Addresses how to protect employees from traffic while working on or near the streets and roads.

Who should attend: All employees working in the right-of-way

Length: 2 Hours

Recommended: Every two years

CEUs: CEU Credit Hours not available

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