The online specialization of Clarks Summit University Ministries Bachelor of Science is geared toward the adult student seeking a biblical foundation in counseling and preparation for postgraduate studies. The scope, highlights and results of the program for the ministries available after completion will be detailed below.
Based on the CSU Core, students will participate in psychology and counseling courses that are based, focused and filtered through the lens of the Scriptures. For students interested in postgraduate studies and obtaining a state license, they can obtain up to 18 credits of dual enrollment courses through the Master of Science program in Counseling at the Graduate School of Clarks Summit University.
Track 1 – Only student
PS203 – Introduction to counseling
PS310 – Dynamics of Discipleship
PS303 – Abnormal psychology
PS304 / PA442 – Counseling of women / Pastoral Counseling
PS313 – Ethics
PS402 – Historical and contemporary issues in counseling
PS414 – Marriage and family dynamics
PS416 – Crisis Counseling
6 credits of undergraduate elective counseling
Track 2 – 18 credits of double enrollment postgraduate courses
PS203 – Introduction to counseling
PS310 – Dynamics of Discipleship
PS304 / PA442 – Counseling of women / Pastoral Counseling
PS416 – Crisis Counseling
CO506 – Biblical philosophy of counseling
CO508 – Methods of biblical change
CO530 – Human Development
CO539 – Marriage and family counseling
CO540 – Abnormal behavior
CO550 – Ethics and professional guidance to counseling.
Results of the program
Better serve your community
It prepares you for a wide range of counseling applications in religious organizations.
Complete the Master of Science program in Counseling and obtain the state license
It prepares you for a wide range of counseling applications in religious organizations.
A biblical approach in the field of psychology and counseling
Up to 18 credits Dual enrolled with the MSC program
Course flexibility to pursue interests
High transfer of previous collegiate studies.
Degree is offered 100% online.
“You can say we are very, very good at constructing pipes”, states Jan Bruggenthijs, CEO of steel manufacturer Sif Group based in the Netherlands. The company manufactures foundations for the offshore wind and oil and gas industries.
“Offshore wind turbines are evolving, increasing in size and weight. Thankfully, we are up to the task of producing these enormous units. Within oil and gas, you often find that pipes are required in smaller diameters, either extremely straight or very dense. To conclude, we are well equipped to make pipes to very precise specifics. On time and within budget.”
The company hails from Sittard in the province of Limburg in the Netherlands where in 1948 Jan Jacob Schmeitz started the company Silemetaal that was active in producing brackets to secure rain pipes. In 1952, the company started a cooperation with Sondagh Instrumenten en Fijnmechanisch NS (or Sif for short) and later merged in 1953 into the Sif company known today. Sif has extensive experience in cylinder steel constructions as well as heavy machinery for the (petro) chemical industry. In 2000, the management of Sif conducted an analysis of the market and based on this decided to direct the focus on two industries: offshore oil and gas and offshore wind. A very important decision that has proved fruitful over the past 17 years.
Bruggenthijs: “I think our solid reputation within the industry means just as much as the quality we deliver in products. Our customers know that when we promise something, we will deliver. I think that is very important. We are partners. For instance, if we decide that somewhere in a design of a steel construction less steel is required, we will do so. A cost saving for our clients and for us. We want to operate and communicate in a manner that is transparent; this means we remain a dependable supplier to the industry.”
Sif group currently employs 230 and 390 hired-in workers. “When I started in 2014 we employed 180 people and 150 hired-in workers, so you can say we have grown quite a lot in the past three years. Our business is mainly focused on offshore wind, around 90 per cent; the other 10 per cent is dedicated to offshore oil and gas, an industry we feel it is imperative that we stay active in. To meet the current demands of both industries we have decided to expand our production facilities to the Maasvlakte II in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.”
Jan Bruggenthijs, CEO at Sif Group
“The new location in Rotterdam is very close to sea and easily accessible for large installation vessels. We took on this challenge with the Port of Rotterdam a cooperation I feel very strongly about. The port of Rotterdam distinguish themselves from other ports in the Netherlands as they have a clear vision on where they see themselves, but also in regard to offshore wind. I also see the same work-mentality; they do not offer anything that cannot be achieved. The location on the Maasvlakte II offers us a heavy quayside that is 400 metres long and has a water-depth of 16, 5 metres where vessels can reach the sea without any obstruction,” Jan Bruggenthijs says.
The location has yet to be formally opened, this will take place in the third quarter of 2017, and the production process is in full swing already. In December 2016 the first vessel docked.
“Roermond will always remain our base”, stresses Bruggenthijs. “It is our headquarters in Limburg and the soul of the company, though the Rotterdam location naturally adds to this. We are currently training our people to work in Rotterdam and will soon evaluate how we can reshape the Roermond location for future production.”
“We can already produce monopiles for ten to twelve MW foundations, perhaps even larger. As such, we are future proof and can offer this to the industry as we have already made the necessary investments. As soon as ten to twelve MW turbines become a reality, we will be prepared. The industry can count on us to be able to handle any upscale”, comments Bruggenthijs.
Looking toward developments within offshore wind foundations Bruggenthijs sees a clear preference for monopiles, stating: “This type of foundation is cheaper, in regards to installation as well as maintenance. Standardising the transition piece is difficult as offshore wind is still a relatively young industry and innovations follow in quick succession to one another. I think a great advantage is to be found in standardizing design and guidelines to allow the industry to achieve cost reduction. Naturally, the first step will be to invest in these new ideas to be able to generate such a design. At the same time, now is a difficult time to define a standard for design within offshore wind due to the upscale that is happening. Upscaling unfortunately creates a disadvantage to innovative design. The transition piece is where I think some elements can be standardised, such as the boat landing – although in my opinion the boat lading can be left out all together as so many vessel nowadays have a walk-to-work principle, which makes a boat lading obsolete.”
“I might be stepping on some toes here, but I think jackets won’t have a long life within offshore wind”, states Bruggenthijs when asked about the future developments of offshore wind foundations mainly in regards to floating foundations.
“Yes, current high costs make floating a less desirable option right now, but we as an industry have to take on this challenge. I think in the future jacket foundations will make way to cheaper floating constructions. Near shore, monopiles will remain a favourite and for now these suffice even in slightly deeper waters so there is not much call yet for floaters. Opportunities and possibilities for floating foundations will need to be researched and we will have to remain critical in the design, fabrication process and the assembly of floating structures. I do think when the time comes our location in Rotterdam will be much attuned to dealing with floaters. They can be assembled on the quay and then be brought directly to sea, installed and off they go. Sounds simple and perhaps it will be in in the future, but right now, there is no call for this. Though I do think floaters will be a very interesting venture.”
Sif Group is currently working on Galloper and Rampion, both in the English segment of the North Sea. Soon Rentel will be added to this list, off the coast of Belgium. “Yes there will be more projects”, smiles Bruggenthijs. “But I cannot discuss them just yet.”
Much is happening in the Netherlands in regards to employment within offshore wind and oil and gas. Bruggenthijs is worried about the current legislation and policy of the Dutch government. He says: “We thought we would be able to hire many people with an oil and gas background when the industry hit the downturn. In fact, this could not have been further from the truth. In the Netherlands, unemployed received high welfare supplements and these people do not feel the need to look for new jobs right away. This worries me, as these people are not being motivated to get back to work. Many people who worked within oil and gas are used to a very high salary and yes, within offshore wind this might be slightly different. I am not saying Sif Group does not pay well, not at all. I have just heard many people state they are not willing to get back to work, especially if this means working for a lower salary.
“Even if the Dutch government is willing to supplement to reach the previous salary. To be honest I cannot imagine not working and I think this policy regarding the welfare supplement sends the wrong message. We forget that when these people need to get back to work in two or three years’ time they will have a gap in their experience that is not appealing to prospective employers. For Sif Group this means we have to find our technical personnel abroad. I would rather not, but I do not have much choice. Stimulating people to get right back to work seems like a better policy to me. As an employer, we have a good reputation in the Netherlands. I often hear people say that is you work for Sif, you are doing quite well. Naturally, I enjoy hearing this. We do take good care of our people.”
“What does the future look like?” ponders Bruggenthijs. “I think in five years’ time we will still have locations in Rotterdam and Roermond. Possibly, we will be working more towards upscaling and who knows; maybe an international operation could be on the cards.”
Note: After speaking to Jan Bruggenthijs, the Dutch Financial Times published an article on companies who have made the switch to offshore wind as an alternative to the oil market and of the many prominent companies Sif was named as one of the companies who had done best within the offshore wind and had shown strong results in the third quarter of 2016.
This article first appeared in the February 2017 edition of the Offshore WIND Magazine.
The household sedan is within the midst of a quiet revolution. What was as soon as indisputablythe kind of automobile most probably to be discovered within the common American storagehas been displaced by crossovers and SUVs that channel slightly Marlboro Man with room forthe children and their gear (plus possibly the neighbors’ children).Mid-size sedans just like the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, and Ford Fusion stay standardimmediately, however they are not the identical breed they have been a decade in the past. Theexpansion now’s in “sporty” mid-sizers, sedans that provide extra practicality, effectivity, andluxury than ever earlier than, however with an added dose of efciency. It is a sub-breed of
household sedan and, if the best-selling automobile in America is something to go by, it is apattern that is right here to remain.They are not going to unseat real sporty four-doors just like the Cadillac ATS or Lexus IS,however these choices provide a variety of bang for the buck.
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2004 Toyota Camry SEThe sporting genesisThe thought of a household sedan that may please these on the lookout for slightly nook carvingis not essentially new, however almost each automaker we surveyed indicated that it is whattheir buyer base is requesting in more and more massive numbers. A decade in the past, solelyToyota and Nissan actually performed on this area with variations of their Camry and Altimasedans that had their very own suspension settings—the Camry SE and Altima 3.5SE.Though they have been slightly extra dynamically spectacular than their extra mainstreamsiblings, these variants did not provide an particularly compelling package deal for somebodyseeking to step out of a BMW or Inniti into one thing much less expensive.Nevertheless, the worldwide recession hit round 2009 and automakers started methods to woothose that might need been prepared to spend more cash a number of years later. Enter thetrendy mid-size sports activities sedan, which is now part of almost each mainstream model’slineup.
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The components are easy—and virtually common—to create a sporty trim stage:Distinctive suspension settings made attainable through distinctive spring charges,struts, and bushings.Bigger diameter wheels on decrease prole tires.A barely sportier tire compound, however not often devoted summer season rubber.Distinctive styling usually restricted to totally different entrance and rear bumpers androcker panel covers (which do not require in depth security testing like metal panels do).Totally different upholstery and trim appliqués inside.Particular badging, though SE does not all the time denote sporty.What might need felt like a advertising and marketing train a number of years in the past istranslating into huge numbers for many automakers. Here is a fast take a look at the
approximate gross sales share for a number of sporty fashions inside every automaker’s wholetrim stage lineup:
.Ford Fusion Sport — 30 p.c
Honda Accord Sport — 25 p.c
Nissan Altima SR — 30 p.c
Subaru Legacy Sport — 15 p.c
Toyota Camry SE/XSE — 45 p.c
Executive MBA Online
Innovation, Strategy and Control
Presentation of the Executive MBA – Executive Master
The transformations that the world has undergone at the present time demand a deep analysis of the new competitive scenarios and the application of new business models. The growing and complex volatility of global economies and their unquestionable interdependence place us in an environment characterized by uncertainty and ambiguity.
In this context, professionals must react quickly to changes and make decisions adapted to the new needs of the company, without stopping the creation of value for the company’s stakeholders.
The Executive MBA (EMBA) of OBS Business School focuses on the strategic, international and innovative vision of the Business Management, while any person in charge of a business organization, or of an area thereof, must have a holistic vision of the company , understand that any strategic decision must be aligned with the strategy of the company and do so in an innovative way.
The master’s degree in business management is focused on developing the skills necessary to lead a business project, take responsibility for an area of the company or start a business of its own.
The Executive MBA, program in business administration, is specially designed for professionals who have extensive professional experience and want to expand their knowledge in areas complementary to their current responsibility. In short, professionals who seek a promotion by adding more value to their curriculum or who are thinking of a professional change.
We want to highlight, finally, the commitment to the Final Project subject of this program in business management, which gives the participants the opportunity to face the development of a Business Plan, with all the complexity associated with the launch of a business idea. This subject is not exclusively focused on the creation of an own company but allows the participant to have an open mind towards new ideas of action that can be developed in their current job.
Professional departures from the EMBA
Communication and advertising companies
Regulatory bodies and Private Banking
Small and medium businesses
Objectives of this master’s degree in business management
Facilitate an integrated and global vision of the general direction and the role of each area of the company
Acquire the key knowledge and develop the essential skills to strategically direct the business activity
Design innovation strategies and policies that improve business management and business efficiency
Encourage teamwork and involve all departments of a company in the management of projects
Increase the ability of managers to make decisions in an increasingly complex and unstable environment
To favor the capacity of detection, analysis and resolution of problems and the enterprising spirit through the elaboration of the Business Plan
The MBA in Shipping and Maritime Management has been designed by the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO in order to provide the necessary knowledge and experience to managers and senior leaders in the maritime and maritime sector. The emphasis is on maritime and maritime management in an international and local environment, and the program is based on a body of knowledge and emerging evidence to enable comparisons between different countries and systems.
The program focuses primarily on education in transportation, business, administration and maritime science and technology, to develop the experience of the transportation industry, research and development.
The Maritime Studies program leads to obtaining the MBA degree in Maritime Administration and Shipping. An internship in the maritime industry, as well as field visits, complements the learning experience.
Students will be offered the opportunity to develop a career in global maritime management, freight forwarding or export and import. They will earn a distinctive business title that will allow them to work abroad, in a wide range of industrial positions, naval operations, marine sciences, maritime management and operation.
The diversity of support activities within the highly dynamic maritime industry and its various sectors, consisting of hundreds of large, medium and small employers, offers a wide range of opportunities in demanding and challenging positions. Graduates of this program will have a variety of career options including ship management, insurance, port agency, law firms, cargo transportation, ship finance, ship brokering, import and export business, as well as administrative positions in the public and private sectors.
The Department collaborates with several organizations and local shipping companies, such as port authorities, boat owners’ companies and shipping companies, in order to provide students with practical experience and excellent employment prospects.
The objective of this program is to equip students with in-depth knowledge of aspects of the maritime business, together with the business management skills necessary for them to meet the requirements of a management position within the maritime world and its associated industries.
To achieve this purpose, the program offers its students a unique combination of professional and academic courses. Practical training programs further enrich their studies and allow them to adapt quickly to the needs of employers and respond in an appropriate and imaginative way to emerging problems in a dynamic industry.
To achieve the objectives of the program, the following objectives were developed:
to provide students with a solid background in the standard core curriculum of business administration courses.
to provide students with a firm understanding of the economic, political and social forces that shape the globalizing trends of the world in the 21st century as seen in the structure and functioning of the shipping industry.
provide a fundamental and contextual approach to the appreciation of maritime law and related legal issues.
to explain the economic and commercial environment in which the maritime market is organized and to answer basic questions about how it works.
to provide an innovative, “practical” approach to instruction led by a faculty composed of experts in their fields.
to provide a good basis for a variety of careers in a variety of management functions.
At the end of this program, students should be able to:
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding in the field of maritime and maritime management, structure and operation.
Describe the functions of the shipping companies, analyze the daily operating costs and understand the dry cargo and tanker markets.
Identify the normative and legal shipping environment.
Understand the role of international organizations and associations.
Demonstrate knowledge of international law, including the sources of law, the coastal state and the jurisdiction of the flag state, the protection of the environment and the freedom of navigation.
Know the legal regime that applies to boats in different areas of maritime zones.
Understand the meaning of piracy and how it has been dealt with
Show detailed knowledge and understanding of the marine environment.
Identify, describe and analyze critically the main problems in the administration of ports, cargo handling and documentation involved;
Describe the responsibilities of the parties involved in the transport of goods and understand the main clauses of a part of the Charter that describe the responsibilities of the parties involved.
Know the importance of P
Feel comfortable with the Marine Glossary of Abbreviations and Terms.
Know the standard form of contracts, shipping documents and international agreements.
Demonstrate the ability to understand key legal concepts.
Identify and explain the context, challenges and opportunities involved in the formulation and implementation of the maritime and maritime management policy;
Understand the nature of maritime insurance, the importance it has in trade and commerce and demonstrate the basic concepts of the maritime insurance law.
Be comfortable with the standard terminology used in a contract and understand the use of Lloyd’s Law reports.
Analyze the charter procedures, the documentation involved and the actions
appropriate with regard to the problems that arise from the disputes.
Review the types of policies, situations and problems in the field of maritime and maritime management, planning and policy formulation;
Appreciate and evaluate the maritime financial sector.
Use the right tools to perform a financial analysis for investment purposes in the shipping industry.
Apply knowledge and skills in selected areas of maritime and maritime management;
Comply with accepted modes of professional behavior and work as a team in an appropriate role; develop the concepts and methodologies developed during the program through the completion of a dissertation;
Evaluate economic activities whose main objective is to promote, restore or maintain maritime and maritime management services;
Describe the function and apply selected economics techniques for financial planning of maritime and maritime management;
Describe and use the concepts of organization and structure, methods of planning and management of resources and systems to review and evaluate services.
Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of good governance and professional ethics;
Communicate effectively, work in groups, prioritize and manage the workload effectively;
Develop their capacity for independent learning and continuous professional development;
Describe and analyze critically the contemporary problems of the maritime and maritime management sector reforms and their relevance for the development of financial resources;
Analyze contemporary approaches to the management of financial resources and develop a strategic development approach for the maritime and maritime management sector;
Describe and criticize the current concepts, models and theories of maritime and maritime management;
Understand the role of management and leadership roles in maritime and maritime management
Have a conceptual understanding of management thinking and leadership that allows students to reflect and critically evaluate current research and its application to the practice of leadership in maritime and maritime management;
Introduce students to the main scientific disciplines that contribute to modern maritime and maritime management services.
The MBA program has a duration corresponding to 90 ECTS according to the ECTS cycle study system of intensive full-time study (180 UK credit equivalents).
In order to obtain 1 ECTS academic credit, in accordance with current regulations, the student must complete 25 hours of activity. These are structured in video lessons, tasks, videoconferences, didactic and research activities in a combination of synchronous and asynchronous distance learning educational methodology. The Master is composed of 6 units of academic core modules and a Research Dissertation.
The academic degree awarded in accordance with the higher education legislation in Italy is University Master.
Erasmus Mundus Internship and Opportunities
Students can also use the Erasmus Mundus mobility program, coordinated by the International Mobility Office of the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO. The Office is responsible for promoting exchanges of mobility of students and teaching staff with other Universities, both in Europe and in non-European countries. The Office coordinates the local Erasmus activities and the Erasmus Mundus projects in which the University participates.
At the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO students can attend their Programs in one of the languages offered. The official languages of the University Programs are:
Italian, English, French, Arabic, Polish and Greek.
The MBA in shipping and shipping management is offered in English and Greek. In the near future, Russian and Chinese will be added as official languages at the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO.
.Principles of Maritime and Shipping Management.
.International law of the sea
.Marine geography and oceanography
.Operations and management of port and maritime cargo
.The Law of Transport of Merchandise by Sea
.Marine environment and pollution
The MBA in Maritime Management and Shipping is part of the Academic Programs of the Faculty of Economics. The Faculty has undergraduate and graduate programs, while qualified students can also study for a Ph.D. Doctorate and conducting post-doctoral research.
The didactic activity is carried out through the Internet, in the corresponding section of the portal: www.uninettunouniversity.net, the first portal in the world where teaching is taught in six languages: Italian, English, French, Arabic, Polish and Greek . The adopted psychopedagogical model implements the change:
from the central role of the teacher to that of the student;
from the transmission of knowledge to the construction of knowledge;
From passive and competitive learning to active and collaborative learning.
Students play an active role in their learning progress and can study whenever and wherever they want. In the course of their learning, students are guided by an online tutoring system, which is able to facilitate their learning and web-based communication process and to provide them with the tools to successfully carry out the study of their particular topic.
Online tutoring is organized in classes for students, with an advanced agenda system that can recognize each individual and obtain follow-up of the didactic activities and the quantitative and qualitative evaluation of the learning process of each student.
The didactic activity on the Internet is developed within the macro-area WEB known as the Didactic Cyberspace. In didactic cyberspace, the learning and development process is implemented and access is differentiated through session initiation and passwords based on the three different roles of those involved in the learning process: teachers, tutors and students. The three categories of those who use the service can access the information related to each teaching subject.
In particular, the Teacher and the Tutor can modify or substitute the didactic materials and add new ones during the teaching period, while the student has its own area where data, information and personal notes can be inserted. The student can access to:
the page of the designated teaching teacher
The Tutor’s Page.
Within these pages, learning environments are inserted and it is possible to access:
The contents of the course are constituted: digitized video-lessons with markers allow the hypertextual and multimedia link to books, selected bibliographical references, texts of the exercises, lists of selected websites. The dynamic marker system gives the Internet-based video lessons a hypertextual character that allows different levels of navigation: from one lesson to another, between the topics of a single lesson, among the materials that refer to the same topic.
Students enrolled in the master’s course can be followed at every step of their study path by the telematic teacher-tutor, who represents a guide and a constant presence during their learning process. Long-distance tutoring activities can be carried out in two ways:
synchronously, by using chat rooms, video chat rooms, video and audio conference systems activated in didactic cyberspace, but also the three-dimensional classroom created on the UTIU knowledge island in Second Life.
in a diachronic way, through tools such as email and Internet discussion forums. The discussion forums, related to the topics of a given teaching topic, allow you to broaden the dialogue and activate a collaborative learning and organize your thoughts regarding the topic of discussion and the study activity in which you are involved.
.The virtual classroom at UNINETTUNO Island of Knowledge in Second Life
In UNINETTUNO (University of International Telematics) Island of Knowledge, we conducted a 3D Auditorium dedicated to the Master’s course. This is where the avatar of the students and the avatars of the teachers / tutors interact in the three-dimensional world of UNINETTUNO with their voice. Practical works, evaluation tests and videoconferences are carried out with the protagonists of the European Union that attend through their avatars, as well as direct practice activities guided by the avatars of the teachers / tutors. In the virtual classroom of Second Life on the Island of Knowledge of UNINETTUNO, students and teachers / tutors teach and learn collaboratively and cooperatively, develop and share knowledge with people belonging to different political, cultural and religious realities, dialogue They compare cultural differences, activate socialization processes and create new knowledge.
To complete the Program, a successful evaluation of all the Academic Modules is required, as well as in the final Dissertation.
More specifically, students are evaluated as follows:
For each academic module:
Written assignments or assignments are required, which are marked by the coordinating teacher of the module. The written assignments are sent electronically, through the special personal portal that each student has, on a specific date (the teachers give special instructions during the course, while the expired assignments are not accepted by the electronic system. students wanting to request an extension must submit a special application and justification well in advance of the due date).
Oral or face-to-face written / face-to-face examination that takes place at the University of Rome facilities, or at a place abroad organized by the University, or at one of the Technology Poles of the University abroad, or in the premises of the Italian embassies. The evaluation of the tasks and the written exams and the organization of the exams are carried out exclusively by the academic and administrative staff of the University.
In the case of a failed evaluation, the student has the right to repeat the test.
Students can not pass to the last stage of their studies, writing their Dissertation Thesis, if they have not previously been evaluated successfully in all assignments and oral / written exams.
For the thesis of final / dissertation of Prova:
evaluation of the thesis dissertation of the professors of the University.
Oral face-to-face / face-to-face examination of the Dissertation Thesis by the Committee of University Professors who supervised and evaluated the dissertations and the Special Review Commission. The final exam is done in English and is held in Rome or in a place abroad organized for the occasion by the University, or in one of the Technological Poles of the University abroad, or in the facilities of the embassies Italian, or by supervised teleconference. The Teachers Committee and the Examination Committee, apart from the evaluation of the oral / live thesis exam, have the jurisdiction to ask questions for all the academic modules of the Program. After the final exam, the Examination Commission ratifies the final grade of each student.
For written assignments and Dissertation, students must use the Harvard System to refer to their sources, while in the case of plagiarism they will be expelled from the Program.
The MBA in Maritime Management and Shipping is aimed at future students who have a first degree or a recognized equivalent academic degree. In addition, knowledge of the English language and information technology skills are required. Relevant professional experience is also desirable.
The credits granted by previous studies could be transferred to the MBA Program subject to the approval of the Scientific and Academic Committee of the Program.
The International Telematic University UNINETTUNO has a strict equal opportunity policy for all future students.
Enrollment at the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO can be done through our online procedure. It is necessary to have an email account that will be requested at the time of registration. To access the registration procedure, it is necessary to act as follows:
Enter the administrative secretariat
Execute the registration of the new account through the procedure guided by the system. At the end of the procedure, a username and password will be generated; These must be used in the restricted area.
Access the restricted area of the student secretariat using the username and password generated by the registration procedure.
Execute the online registration procedure by entering the data that will be necessary. When all the data is entered, you will be asked which mode of payment you prefer. It is possible to pay the tuition fee by paying online with a credit card or by bank transfer.
Ya sea que desee convertirse en un coach de vida, un ejecutivo o simplemente aplicar habilidades de coaching en su entorno.
The Life And Executive Coaching Foundations (LECF) representa el trampolín para el coaching. Sigue las competencias básicas de la ICF y ofrece información sólida, junto con oportunidades de práctica.
El nivel de Fundaciones está dirigido principalmente a estudiantes que desean integrar las habilidades de coaching básicas en su función de trabajo actual o que lo consideran un paso hacia una certificación completa.
Pero esto no es solo una introducción al coaching. Es el programa que te enamorará del coaching y nunca querrás detenerte.
Lo que nos diferencia:
Este curso ofrece los fundamentos del coaching. Le proporciona el conocimiento de entrenamiento necesario y la capacitación de expertos líderes en la industria.
La combinación de autoaprendizaje, clases en línea y seminarios web le da la posibilidad de ajustarlo a su apretado programa. Usted tiene acceso a una amplia variedad de recursos y posibilidades de redes.
El Certificado de Participación que recibirá al final de este curso le permitirá progresar al Diploma de Entrenador Profesional o al Diploma Corporativo y Ejecutivo, y convertirse en un entrenador totalmente acreditado.
El contenido se proporciona de una manera que es tanto interactivo como fácil de seguir. La plataforma en línea permite la realización en vivo de actividades y notas reflexivas.
Una vez inscrito en este programa, un participante obtiene acceso de por vida a la plataforma de recursos de capacitación y a nuestro equipo de apoyo al estudiante.
Tenemos diferentes planes de pago, por lo que lo único que le importa es comenzar con el curso
El Master en línea de Trabajo Social en la Universidad de Saint Mary’s de Minnesota lo prepara para la práctica clínica. Como graduado, ganará autonomía en su asociación con los clientes, trabajando directamente con individuos, parejas, familias y comunidades para diagnosticar afecciones de salud mental, tratar problemas y más. Ayude a aquellos que están luchando para cambiar sus comportamientos y desarrollar mecanismos de afrontamiento para prosperar en situaciones difíciles.
Puntos destacados del programa
Elige tu camino hacia una carrera en trabajo social
Resultados del programa
Carreras de trabajo social *
La proyección general de crecimiento de empleos de la industria del 16 por ciento1 es más del doble que la del promedio nacional, y algunos títulos relacionados están creciendo aún más rápido. A continuación, encontrará puestos específicos de trabajadores sociales clínicos para los que podría calificar: