OAP/ODP provides a wide selection of courses and seminars.
UPCOMING CLASSES for Professional Growth:
ADVANCE ACTIVITY DIRECTOR CLASS>>> Portland Community College/
Gerontology Department. Class number GRN264... prepares you for National Certification through NAAPCC. This class is offered sumer and winter term. Registration begins May 25th, 2020 for summer session. Class begins on July 13th. Can be completed in 7 weeks or sooner as it is a self paced class online with personal zoom sessions with instructor.
ACTIVITY DIRECTOR TRAINING>>>> Portland Community College/ Gerontology Department. Class number GRN165-
New Activity Director Certification Class starts Fall and Summer Terms, Registration for class begins September 6, 2020.... class text, forms, practicums on Documentation and Calendar Building. Covers the ten areas of Certification Required by State Regulations. Class includes videos to supplement reading materials/ 2 zoom sessions for demonstrations on Documentation and Calendar Planning. Class runs for ten weeks, but student my complete at own pace -sooner or later as needed for certification. Student must register with Portland Community College to attend this class. This class will be offered only in Spring and Fall terms.
GRN264 Advanced Activity Professional Training (CRN33282)
Contact instructor Connie Ratti (email@example.com) for more information on this course and prerequisites. For questions related to PCC enrollment, registration and the Activity Professional Certificate, contact the Program Director, Jan Abushakrah at 971-722-4077, firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE AGING MIND >>>>PORTLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Gerontology Department. Class number GRN175, CRN33281 insturctor Roger Anusen
This Summer! Give Your Brain a Treat with The Aging Mind – GRN175 – CRN 33281 2 cr./online Got a “Passion for People”?
Please invest [02:12] of your time to view this video. Your future brain will thank you! “The Aging Mind”: https://tinyurl.com/yajm9flw
Knowledge is Power! You will learn how brains really work and how they change with age. Knowledge gained from this course can help your brain from the first day of class and help your future brain for good.
This first-in-the nation course has been engaging and educating curious minds with
evidence based brain science delivered in plain English since 2011. The materials in this course are guided by the ever-emerging research.
Got 19minutes? Your brain will thank you, again!
“The Power of a Smidgeon”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9EwTB0fyqU&t=8s
The textbook is Strong Brains, Sharp Minds by Michael C. Patterson and Roger Anunsen. Deep discount for PCC students!
For more information about this summer’s brain science adventure
exploring what’s been called
“The most exciting frontier of human knowledge since the Renaissance,” please contact email@example.com.
PCC Summer Term registration starts May 25th and this class starts
June 22nd. Senior Audit available! For more information on this course and all Gerontology courses and supports, contact Jan Abushakrah, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Got a Passions for People...Please invest 2 minutes of your time to view this video. Your future brain will thank you!
The Aging Mind: https://tinyurl.com/yajm9flw
AGEISM>>>>>PORTLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Gerontology Department. Class number GRN201, CRN 32366
instructor Jenny Sasser
Explores ageism as a form of prejudice and discrimination that intersects with other systems of oppression. Introduces perspectives and practices for combating ageism. For more information on this class contact: email@example.com
For All on-line Gerontology Classes and registration information contact:
Jan Abushakrah at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 503-740-9706