LSUS Continuing Education Offers Courses in March

LSUS Continuing Education & Public Service always aims to provide quality continuing education, lifelong learning, and public service programs. For 3/14 – 3/19 we will be offering a full slate of programs for adults seeking to expand their knowledge base or add to their professional development. Such as an EKG technician Certification program, Learn to Sew, Understanding & developing a culture of engagement, and a How to Write and Sell your Story Workshop.

The EKG Technician class will start Monday 3/16 at 6 PM. This 50 hour course is designed to aid subtends in preparing and passing the ASPT- EKG Technician exam and other national certification Exams. This course will include but is not limited to discussing important practice and background information on anatomy and physiology of the heart, medical disease processes, medical terminology, and medical ethics. The regular course price is $1099.00, but if students register by 3/10 they only pay $999.00. 

The Learn to Sew Course will start on Thursday 3/19 from 6 PM to 8:30 PM.  This course will review over basic sewing machine use as well as teach students about fabric grain, sewing seams, measuring from home décor sewing, and more. The regular course price is $69.00, but if students register by 3/13 they only pay $49.00.

The Understanding & developing a culture of engagement class will start Thursday 3/19 from 9 AM to 3:30 PM. This course will utilize the Gallup Q 12 – The 12 Elements of Engagement; participants will explore how these elements impact the work-culture, individual performance, and how to leverage this knowledge for more effective supervision/leadership. The regular course price is $119.00, but if students register by 3/13 they only pay $99.00.

The NOLA “How to Write and Sell your Story Workshop” will be held in the UC Ballroom on 3/14 at 8:30 AM. This event is open to students and adults 14 and older, with internationally-known and multi-published authors, Ashley Elston and Farrah Rachon, along with members of NOLA STARs. The workshop will include lectures on writing in the Young Adult and other genres, break-out groups, and a writing contest. Lunch will be provided and scholarships are available. 

The LSUS office of Continuing Education invites anyone in the Shreveport-Bossier area to consider our course offerings for their professional development and leisure recreation. Interested individuals can enroll in these courses by registering online at or by contacting Cheryl Irvin at 318.798.4177.

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