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CSRE 002|Traffic Control

0 Credits

CBC offers the Evergreen Flagger Training Certification program, which is the most recognized course for flagger training in Washington state. The handbook and instructor's manual are constantly updated and contain all the timely information and requirements. This program is approved by the Washington State Traffic Control Oversight Committee. This is a one-day class in which Evergreen-certified instructors are authorized to issue a Washington State Certified Flagging card upon successful completion of the class and test. This card, which is recognized in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho, is required for flaggers working on WSDOT construction projects. It meets Dept. of Labor & Industries requirements for WAC 296-155-305, "Flagger Training Requirements" for Washington state. Class is held at the Pasco campus from 8:30 am to 4 pm. The cost is $60. Pre-registration and pre-payment is required and students are asked to bring their payment receipt to class. CBC does not refer positions.

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CSRE 003|Traffic Control Recertification

0 Credits

Columbia Basin College offers the Evergreen Flagger Training Certification program which is the most recognized course for Flagger Training for Washington state. This Flagger card is accepted in Oregon and Idaho as well. The handbook and instructor's manual are constantly updated and contain all the timely information and requirements. Recertification class must meet certain criteria mandated by Evergreen Safety Council. Please call 509-542-4804 for more information.

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CSRE 095|Orientation to Correctional Careers

1 Credit

Introduces students to a basic understanding of how important communicating professionally is to the correctional environment. It introduces four areas that are identified as crucial when working in the corrections profession, and provides a basic understanding of how important observation, listening, verbal, and written communications are for correctional employees and correctional facility smooth operations. This course also provides a basic understanding of being able to communicate clearly and professionally with co-workers.

Prerequisite

Prerequisite: criminal background check acceptable to the Department of Corrections.

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CSRE 096|Communication in Corrections

1 Credit

Introduces students to a basic understanding of how important communicating professionally is to the correctional environment. It introduces four areas that are identified as crucial when working in the corrections profession, and provides a basic understanding of how important observation, listening, verbal, and written communications are for correctional employees and correctional facility smooth operations. This course also provides a basic understanding of being able to communicate clearly and professionally with co-workers.

Prerequisite

Prerequisite: criminal background check acceptable to the Department of Corrections.

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CSRE 097|Supervision/Human Relations in Corrections

1 Credit

Introduces students to the diverse workforce and offender population, and helps them understand the very basics of supervising offenders in a correctional environment. It also provides a basic understanding of how a corrections employee deals with the day-to-day duties in managing a diverse ethnic offender population, while being a positive and professional team member.

Prerequisite

Prerequisite: criminal background check acceptable to the Department of Corrections.

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