Modified Level 1 (Foundations) – This Health Impact course is de-signed to engage the participant with an interest in simulation-based healthcare training with the basic concepts of simulation as an educational strategy. Using a combination of didactic, interactive and immersive group work, the course provides the beginning simu-lation user, the basics of high-fidelity simulation, scenario develop-ment, and debriefing strategies to facilitate learning and the effec-tive use of available technology.
Teachers will receive training on how to implement some of the newest content on the micro:bit™, Arduino™, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things. The workshop will show you how to model these lessons in your classrooms as well as let you explore the thousands of pages of other free resources that NICERC has to offer. Call 909.252.4550 for more information
Discover procurement opportunities to diversify your business, tap into resources to help make your business more competitive, and become more resilient in the area of cybersecurity.
Please join us for invigorating conversations bringing together educators and business professionals to discover the latest trends, industry demands, employment skills needed, and training practices.
Goal: To provide a fourm that leads to curricula and programs responsive to industry needs; preparing a highly-skilled workforce.
Educators: This regional meeting will meet and exceed CTE Grant Advisory requirements (Perkins).
Industry: Your partnership is critical in building a Strong Workforce, please join us!
Bring your HR staff, your floor supervisors and your executives for another exciting 6 hours of idea generation. Manufacturers and supporters of manufacturing in the Inland Empire will find this a tremendous value.
You are cordially invited to attend the California Mayors Cyber Cup where cyber teams represent their city to compete for the regional Mayors Cyber Cup. The winner will take home the coveted cup to their mayor and city hall officials! Teams in each region will represent their respective city and compete in a 4-hour academic cyber challenge mitigating cyber vulnerabilities in a critical infrastructure scenario. Teams will be competing live across the state with an active scoreboard recording their successful endeavors! The California Cyberhub, California Community Colleges, and Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy sponsor the California Mayors Cyber Cup in a collaborative effort to expand cyber education and STEM pathways, support California ICT labor market demand, and support the cyber needs of our small businesses within our communities through academic and business partnerships.
The SIM Science & Engineering Fair is an annual competition of exemplary science projects designed, developed and presented by elementary and secondary students from schools in San Bernardino, Inyo and Mono counties. Participants share their knowledge of science and engineering with experienced industry professionals. Projects are judged based on scientific method, content, clarity of presentation and originality. Who might participate? Engineering Pathways and Advanced Manufacturing Pathways.