2015 "E" License Soccer Certificate

Mindfulness Based Training Program

Allied Health Academy

Computer Technology


MA-R to MA-C Training Program

Nonprofit Management Certificate

Personal Growth

Professional & Career Development

The Arts/Fitness

Urban Agriculture Certificate Program

Online Learning UGotClass


Click Here for NAC Program


Spring 2015 Quarterly Schedule

To Receive a Quarterly Schedule

Click Here


Facebook Logo


Like us on Facebook-Click the Logo

  Flagger Training and Traffic Control

Flagger Training
A one-day seminar in flagging, safety, and traffic control. Students who successfully complete this class will receive a flagger certification card valid for three years. Textbook and course materials provided; bring a #2 pencil. Funding may be available for those who qualify, please contact Woman's Program/WorkFirst at 206-592-3340 to see if you qualify for funding. Must be 18 years of age. Note: There is no job placement service with this class.
CEUs: 0.75

Apr 11
1 Sat
9702 - Add to cart
8:00AM - 4:30PM
Outreach Center Building 99
Bldg 99, Rm 130
May 9
1 Sat
9704 - Add to cart
8:00AM - 4:30PM
Outreach Center Building 99
Bldg 99, Rm 130
Jun 20
1 Sat
9706 - Add to cart
8:00AM - 4:30PM
Outreach Center Building 99
Bldg 99, Rm 130

Project Management

Project Management Professional PMP
Need a certification to advance your career? Want recognition as a leader in your industry? Designed to prepare students interested in taking the PMP exam, this course focuses on standards set by the Project Management Institute. Curriculum includes project quality, scope, time, cost, human resources, communications, risk, procurement, and integration management. This course meets PMI formal education requirement. The instructor Duane Petersen, has served many years as a PMP Exam Prep instructor and his students have an outstanding passing rate. Prerequisites: bachelors degree (or global equivalent) and 3 years of project management experience, or a secondary diploma and 5 years of project management experience. Text Required: Mulcahy-PMP Exam Prep.8th Ed.978-1932735659 Optional: Guide to Project Mgmt Body of Knowledge, 4th Ed,978-1932735000 Sanghera-PMP In Depth. 2nd Edition 978-1-59863-9994
CEUs: 3.6

Apr 21- May 19
5 Tue 4 Thu
Duane Petersen
9144 - Add to cart
5:00 - 9:00PM
Outreach Center Building 99
Bldg 99, Rm 130

Introduction to Project Management
Want to learn how to effectively manage projects professionally and personally? This foundation course focuses on the vocabulary, methodology, and best practices recognized by the Project Management Institute. Learn the skills to help you: Initiate, Plan, Execute, Monitor, Control, and formally close a project. Gain the skills and insight to take your projects to the next level. The instructor David Syverson has over 30 years of project management training. He has worked for leading organizations including: Boeing, McCaw Cellular, University of Washington and Weyerhaeuser. Text Required: Introduction to Project Management, Schwalbe, 4th Edition, ISBN# 978-0982800331, Microsoft Office Project 2010-Step by Step, Chatfield, 1st Edition, ISBN#9780735626959.
CEUs: 2.4

Apr 14- May 19
6 Tue
David Syverson
9142 - Add to cart
5:00 - 9:00PM
Outreach Center Building 99
Bldg 99, Rm 251

Professional Development

SCUBA 1: The Science Behind SCUBA
Beginning scuba diving is designed to introduce students to the joy and excitement of scuba diving. Through home study and classroom sessions, you will learn the essential information needed to scuba dive. This class focuses on knowledge development in facts, principles and concepts for the PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) Open Water Diver course. Subjects covered will include diving physics & physiology, equipment, dive planning, emergency procedures, aquatic life & environment. There is no diving or certification to dive with Scuba 1. No prerequisites. Required study materials for PADI Open Water course cost $85.00 (available through TL Sea Diving). Study materials available in various languages upon request. College Credit: 1 Science Lecture Credit LOGS (Life, Oceanography and General Science-GE SC 106- Science of SCUBA).
CEUs: 0

SCUBA 2: SCUBA Diving in Puget Sound
Building upon the principles learned in Scuba 1, you will go to the pool to learn and practice the skills required for open water certification. Students will practice techniques and methods for diving skills to include equipment usage, buoyancy control, underwater communication & diver safety. Upon completion of the pool dives, you will then participate in four open water dives over two days, and gain a PADI Open Water certification. This course begins the fourth week of Scuba 101, and can run concurrent to that course. Prerequisites: ability to swim 200 yards or snorkel 300 yards; 10 minute water tread; completed medical release form; enrollment in or previous completion of Scuba 1. Required Equipment: mask, snorkel and fins suitable for cold water diving. 2 open water dives in the Puget Sound will conclude the class on a Saturday/Sunday. College Credit: 2 Lab Science Credits LOGS (Life, Oceanography and General Science- GE SC 107- SCUBA Diving).
CEUs: 0

HR: BUSN 267 Online Certificate Program Part 3- Funding Available
Looking to start a career in Human Resources or wanting to further your professional expertise? The third class of a 3-part, 15 credit certificate program (classes do not have to be taken in order) Credits can also be applied toward an Associate’s Degree at Highline College. The program will allow you to work 100% of the time in a place where you want to study without compromising your family or job. Your pace, your space! Topics include: Employee & Union-management relations, Appraising performance, HR Information Systems, and Compensation. Required text: Human Resource Management, by Robert Mathis and John Jackson, 13th edition, for all three quarters of this program. For complete program information, please call (206) 870-3785. For detailed information regarding the PHR Certification Exam, please go to the Human Resources Certification Institute website: www.hrci.org. Funding Available- Please contact Highlines Workforce Education Service at 206-592-3802 or Womans Program/WorkFirst Services at 206-592-3837 to see if you qualify for funding.
CEUs: 5

Mar 30- Jun 11
0 Sun
Dawn Thomas
8888 - Add to cart
Bldg 0, Rm 0

U.S. Soccer "E" License Certification
The National E license certification covers the elementary principles of coaching and prepares interested coaches for the D license course. Approved by the Washington State Soccer Association, this course will help develop the core coaching competencies necessary to effectively teach the 9-12 year old athlete and team. You will better understand the characteristics and needs of an athlete in the Basic Stage of U.S. Soccers Long Term Athlete Development Model and establish a foundation of knowledge and experience in order to proceed through the sequence of coaching development courses. Course is held outdoors and in classroom setting. Prerequisites: Must have completed the National F license certification. This 2 hour program can be completed entirely online and is open to all parents and coaches of at least 16 years of age. To complete this program, please visit http://www.ussoccer.com/coaching-education/licenses/national-f.
CEUs: 0





Continuing Education
PO Box 98000
M/S 99-101
Des Moines, WA 98198
(206) 870-3785
TTY (206) 870-4583
VP (253) 237-1106
VP (866) 327-6856

Page last updated: March 08 2012.

Back to Top :: Home Page

This web site was developed by and is maintained by the Continuing Education department.  If you have questions or concerns about the content, please email:
Continuing Education.

Privacy Policy    Public Disclosure