Course Code: GES2018
|A.||Home Care Professional I: Semester 1 Pretest|
|E.||Professional Uses of Technology|
|F.||Security in Technology|
|G.||21st Century Written Business Communication|
|H.||Time Management Overview|
|I.||Stress Management Overview|
|J.||Anger Management Overview|
|K.||Conflict Resolution Strategies|
|L.||Communication and Diversity|
|M.||Communication in the Workplace|
|N.||Sexual Harassment Awareness Overview|
|P.||Home Care Professional I: Semester 1 End of Semester Exam|
|A.||Home Care Professional I: Semester 2 Pretest|
|B.||Basics of Note-Taking|
|D.||Understanding and Improving Study Habits|
|G||Effective Environments for Learning|
|H.||Distractions and Deterrents of Educational Success|
|I.||What is Motivation?|
|K.||Trust and Motivation|
|L.||Change as a Motivator|
|N.||Critical Thinking Basics|
|O.||Problem Solving Model|
|Q.||Improving Decision Making|
|R.||Home Care Professional I: Semester 2 End of Semester Exam|
|A.||Home Care Professional II: Semester 1 Pretest|
|D.||Verbal Business Communication|
|F.||Written Business Communication|
|H.||Communication Styles and Interpersonal Communication|
|K.||Assertive vs. Aggressive Communication|
|L.||Communicating in Difficult Situations|
|M.||Difficult Behaviors in the Workplace|
|N.||Negativity and Power Struggles at Work|
|O.||Working with Procrastinators and Untrustworthy People|
|P.||Communicating by Telephone|
|Q.||Networking for Success|
|R.||Home Care Professional II: Semester 1 End of Semester Exam|
|A.||Home Care Professional II: Semester 2 Pretest|
|B.||What is Stress?|
|C.||Signs and Symptoms of Stress|
|D.||Sources of Stress|
|E.||Techniques for Managing Stress|
|F.||Anxiety and Stress|
|G.||Mindset and Stress|
|H.||Stress and Values Clarification|
|I.||Stress at Work|
|J.||Emotional Intelligence (EI)|
|K.||Emotional Intelligence Skills|
|Q.||Addressing Violent Situations|
|R.||Home Care Professional II: Semester 2 End of Semester Exam|
|A.||Home Care Professional III: Semester 1 Pretest|
|E.||Healthy Lifestyle Choices|
|H.||Positive Self Talk|
|K.||Tips & Tricks for Smooth Living|
|M.||Using Critical Thinking in Work and Life|
|O.||Balancing Work and Life|
|P.||Pros and Cons of Social Media|
|R.||Home Care Professional III: Semester 1 End of Semester Exam|
|A.||Home Care Professional III: Semester 2 Pretest|
|B.||Introduction to Time Management|
|C.||Time Management Types and Styles|
|E.||Time Management Antagonists|
|F.||Time Management Strategies|
|H.||Handling Information Overload|
|J.||Diversity in the Workplace|
|K.||Tolerance and Respect|
|L.||Respect and Employment|
|M.||Becoming the Go-to Person|
|N.||Advancing in a Job|
|O.||Cooperation and Compromise|
|P.||Influencing and Persuading|
|Q.||Giving and Receiving Feedback and Criticism|
|R.||Home Care Professional III: Semester 2 End of Semester Exam|
|A.||Home Care Professional IV: Semester 1 Pretest|
|B.||The Home Care Career Field|
|C.||Roles and Responsibilities of a Home Care Professional|
|D.||Home Care Organizations and Programs|
|E.||Home Care Person-to-Person Communications|
|F.||Home Care Customers|
|G.||Considerations for Special Clients in Home Care|
|H.||The Human Body I|
|I.||The Human Body II|
|J.||Providing Nutrition and Fluids|
|K.||Buying and Preparing Food|
|M.||Maintaining a Healthy Home Environment|
|N.||Bloodborne Pathogens Awareness|
|O.||Medical Emergency Awareness|
|P.||Dealing with Emergencies|
|Q.||Home Care Professional IV: Semester 1 End of Semester Exam|
Karen Panerali has more than 20 years of experience in instruction, curriculum development, and academic support. Her teaching experience includes high school, college, and corporate training settings. She holds a Bachelor of Art in Journalism and a Master of Arts in liberal arts studies.
Kimberly Sher has been an academic coach for more than 13 years. Previously, she was a science instructor at the University of Miami. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biology and a master’s degree in chemistry education.
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