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Contributed by Fresno State News

In support of those who continue to work and provide service to the public during the COVID-19 pandemic, Fresno State’s Division of Continuing and Global Education is offering three online, professional development courses free for local first responders and essential workers.

The online courses are available for first responders such as EMTs, paramedics, police, fire, correctional, or probation officers, and essential workers such as teachers, grocery store employees, food service providers, or janitorial staff, and certified or licensed health care professionals. Other essential workers may be considered as well.

The three online courses available are:

  • Teaching Online: From Surviving to Thriving
  • Functional Spanish for Emergency Medical Responders
  • Project Management for the Workplace

“Fresno State’s Division of Continuing and Global Education is humbled to offer these programs to our hero first responders and essential workers,” said Scott Moore, dean of Continuing and Global Education. “On a daily basis, they ensure our safety and well-being. We are proud to join the chorus of Californians wishing them a heartfelt thank you.”

For more information or to register for the free courses, visit fresnostate.edu/essentialworkers.

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