Two-day field course introducing chainsaw use, maintenance, and safety. Chainsaw parts their function and care; proper care and use of personal protective equipment; creating a pre-fell plan and safety evaluation; and notching, felling, limbing, and bucking techniques. Chainsaw safety certifications will be awarded upon completion.
This course may be used by individuals who need to satisfy certification or safety requirements for Department of Natural Resources, forestry service, arborists, and construction. It also may be a selective for specific concentrations in the BS Environmental Science degree program.
$259.81 plus special course fee of $55.08
Thursday and Friday, January 19 and 20, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm; plus arranged
Strategies for conservation and sustainable management of freshwater and marine fisheries. Characteristics of vulnerable species, direct and indirect causes of decline, habitat mitigation, fishery assessment and regulation, management of undesired and invading species.
For professional development of educators or for those interested in learning about strategies for conservation and sustainable management of freshwater and marine fisheries. This course may be applied towards the PSM in Conservation Biology. For registration questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introductory course that provides a complete overview of human resource roles and responsibilities. Foundational human resource knowledge and competencies based on the SHRM body of knowledge: selecting qualified individuals; total rewards; learning and development; the performance management process; employment law.
Second level of understanding, speaking, reading, and writing in French. Introduction to future, conditional, imperfect and subjunctive verbs. Direct and indirect object pronouns. Short spontaneous and directed conversations. Topics in cultures of French-speaking people. One year H.S. French or FREN-101 required.
For individuals who wish to learn the French language and culture.
$1,265.08 WI undergraduate
January 23 - May 10; Online plus online-synchronous sessions on Wednesdays, 9:00 am - 9:55 am
Continued development of the fundamentals of the German language through the development of speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills; continued development of an understanding of German society and culture.
For those who wish to learn German. Students must have taken GER 121 and GER 122, or GER 101, or have the consent of instructor if they have taken a beginning German course.
$1,265.08 WI undergraduate
January 23 - May 10; Online-synchronous sessions Monday and Wednesday, 9:00 am - 9:50 am; online-asynchronous Tuesday and Friday
Online and online-synchronous
Ms. Rebecca Raham, Department of Modern Language, University of Wisconsin-River Falls, 715-232-2693, email@example.com