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ASUMH Workforce and Community Education

Our Classes

Welcome to the Keyboard


with Tamatha Dudley

Calendar Apr 11, 2023 at 5:30 pm, runs for 2 weeks

Welcome to the Keyboard! This course is designed for students who have little or no keyboarding experience. Students will learn proper keyboarding techniques for keying alphabetic, numeric and alphanumeric data with speed and accuracy. It’s not about how “fast” you type, it’s about how “right” you type. One of the most important reasons for teaching keyboarding is to provide technical skills. Keyboarding has become a necessary skill for education, most careers and just everyday life!  It has become an integral part of social relationships, helping to support email, social media, and other forms of communication.

Intro to Digital Photography


with Dane Hustead

Calendar Apr 12, 2023 at 5 pm

The instructor for this great informative and educational class is actually an instructor for ASUMH credited courses in Photography and related topics. The course will have 4 parts:

Part 1 - Perspective and Composition   April 12, 2023

Part 2 - Camera Setting and Light  April 19, 2023

Part 3 - Portraits          April 26, 2023

Part 4 - Landscapes  May 3, 2023

Each students needs to bring a digital camera or phone with apps that can control aperture, ISO, and shutter speed.

Boat Manufacturing Composites Class


with Brian Bigelow

Calendar Apr 17, 2023 at 5 pm

This class is the first “wave” to help you make a splash in the Boat Manufacturing Industry! Let us help you build your knowledge  of the different types of  materials used in the most popular manufacturing venture in the local area.


-Basic composite materials-





-Hand lay-ups-



Full Course

Heavy Metals in the Environment = Heavy Metals in Us!


with Paige Wolfe

Calendar Apr 25, 2023 at 5:30 pm

Learn about when we started adding the “Toxic Burden” of Heavy Metals to our planet.

How we get them into our bodies and the effects they have on our health!

Instructor Bio:

Born in Vermont, moved to Lake Tahoe, California in 1985 when I was 18.

Walked into a Health Food Store when I was 19 and felt like that was exactly where I belonged!

When I was 26, I had the privilege of working at Whole Foods in L.A. in the Nutrition Dept. for 3 years.

This was an incredible learning experience! Classes every week regarding Nutritional products, sometimes 3X a week!

I was married at the time and although my husband and I Loved our jobs, he was a Chef at the L.A. Country Club...we did NOT love L.A. So, we moved to Wyoming and opened a Restaurant!

Years went by, the Restaurant was a success, but the marriage was not...

I moved to Florida in 2012 and worked for Whole Foods again, in the Nutrition Department! After a year there I moved back to New England to be closer to my family.

Because of my own immune health challenges, I have always been interested in how to make the body stronger to fight off illnesses.

What I learned after about 35 years of research, is that it was not really “rocket science”, that it really came down to the ABC’s and 123’s of Health...Eat Right, Clean Air, Clean Water...all that jazz!

BUT! In 2021 someone opened my eyes to toxins in the environment that our bodies cannot expel very well such as Heavy Metals and VOC’s (volatile organic chemicals)

Now, since June of 2021 I have done a “180” on how I view health. I now know that clean food, air, and water do not exist anymore! We are bombarded by toxins every single day!

Because of my own experiences and thousands of other people and Peer Reviewed studies and Clinical Trials, I now help people take back their health by showing them how they can remove their Toxic Body Burden!

I have been focused on this mission for a year and a half now and it brings me more joy than anything else in my career!

I have a moral obligation to share this information!


Energy Leadership: What is Really Getting in Your Way & Causing Your Stress?


with Kim Worlow

Calendar Apr 26, 2023 at 8:30 am

Energy Leadership is a process that develops and supports a personally effective style of leadership that positively influences and changes not only yourself, but also those with whom you work and interact.  This session will teach you how to understand the most important personal resource of all—your energy!  Managers and leaders from all walks of life can use the principles of Energy Leadership to inspire themselves and others to produce results and achieve success in the workplace.

OBJECTIVES for this Session:

  • Recognize seven distinct levels that are the key to understanding why everyone thinks and acts the way they do, in life and specifically within the workplace.
  • Distinguish truly effective leaders from those who deplete the energy of the people around them, and specific techniques to shift energy levels to inspire peak performance.
  • Identify the Big Four Energy Blocks and discover proven techniques and strategies for overcoming.
  • Develop the ability to shift internal energy to meet any leadership challenge and use this newfound power to inspire respect, confidence and loyalty in others.

Your Presenter: Kim Worlow is a certified Leadership Development Coach and Trainer. She holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Illinois. Kim spent over 10 years with the University of Arkansas as a leadership trainer.  More recently, she served as the Director of Education at Baxter Regional Medical Center, where she focused on leadership development across the organization.  She specializes in helping professionals accelerate their growth and mastery in all things leadership!  She currently lives in Mountain Home, AR and her company is called InspireMe.

Work Ethic, Integrity and Customer Service


with Tamatha Dudley

Calendar May 3, 2023 at 1 pm

Employers want employees with strong work ethic. Employers want employees who have a personality that chooses good conduct, habits, and values that help the employers do what they are in business to do. Work Matters, Work Ethic Matters.

Integrity is foundational to the workplace. Honest communication is necessary for production and service delivery. Good decision-making relies on accuracy. Dishonesty harms everyone. Our reputations are the only things that really matter. Without a good reputation, we won’t have opportunities. Integrity reflects our reputation. Eventually, the culture rots. When the company suffers, jobs are lost.

The idea of providing service to others might seem like it belongs in a job called Customer Service. The truth is that every interaction we have with others while we are at work is giving customer service. The assistance and advice we provide others is constant. The person to whom we offer these things are the customers. The greater the culture of helping one another, the greater the chance the company will be successful.

Students will reflect on present skill level via self-assessment for each of the 3 components (work ethic, integrity, and customer service) before learning.

Students will learn constructs of work ethic, integrity, and customer service

Students will set goal(s) for improvement of skills

Microsoft Excel-Advanced


with Melanie Lueck

Calendar May 10, 2023 at 2:30 pm, runs for 2 weeks

Your experience to date with Microsoft® Excel gives you a solid foundation with this software. This class builds upon the knowledge presented in the Microsoft® Office Excel® Basic and Intermediate classes to help you get the most of your Excel experience. This course covers Excel’s more advanced features—automating common tasks, auditing workbooks to avoid errors, sharing your data with others, analyzing data and using Excel data in other applications. Use Excel to actually solve problems for your business. The ability to collaborate with colleagues, automate complex or repetitive tasks, and use conditional logic to construct and apply elaborate formulas and functions will put the full power of Excel right at your fingertips. The more you learn about how to get Excel to do the hard work for you, the more you’ll be able to focus on getting the answers you need from the vast amounts of data your organization generates.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Work with multiple workbooks and worksheets
  • Use Lookup functions and formula editing
  • Share and protect workbooks
  • Automate workbook functionality
  • Create sparklines and map data
  • Forcast data

Rural EMS Education Session 2


with Tony Hartman

Calendar May 13, 2023 at 8 am

 This is for ANY EMT that needs CEU's for their National Registry EMT or an individual interested in obtaining their Emergency Medical Responder (EMR).

These sessions will be offered in a similar pattern from 2023 - 2024 so if someone is not able to attend all of these sessions they could attend a session in that year. 

By attending all 8, it will meet the NREMT and State of Arkansas requirements.  

For the EMR they must attend all 8 concurrently, then we will assist the individual in obtaining their EMR through NREMT. 

 Register for each session separately

  • April 8, 2023  Session 1
  • May 13, 2023  Session 2
  • July 8, 2023  Session 3
  • Aug 12, 2023  Session 4
  • Oct 14, 2023  Session 5
  • Nov 11, 2023  Session 6
  • Jan 13, 2024 Session 7
  • Feb 10, 2024  Session 8

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