Overall Rating Silver
Overall Score 58.50
Liaison Luis Maggiori
Submission Date March 5, 2021

STARS v2.2

Lane Community College
EN-12: Continuing Education

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 5.00 / 5.00 Audreyanna O'Brion
Administrative Specialist
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Total number of continuing education courses offered:
64

Number of continuing education courses that are sustainability course offerings:
35

Percentage of continuing education courses that are sustainability course offerings:
54.69

A copy of the institution’s inventory of its continuing education sustainability course offerings and descriptions:
Institution’s inventory of its continuing education sustainability course offerings and descriptions:

Lane Community College Non-Credit Course List

202040 XCG0668 44235 Professional Development Intercultural Communication This workshop explores the impact of culture on communication. This is an investigation of how elements like language, nonverbal communication, values, beliefs, worldview, and identity impact communication between different cultures and co-cultures. There is also an exploration of how culturally based assumptions influence perceptions, behaviors, and communication.

202040 XHD0672 44233 Professional Development Equity Lens Discover how you can implement the Equity Lens initiative within your division, department, office or work team. Learn information to equip you to lead your group/area to a more accessible, equitable and inclusive decision-making model. The session will cover the Equity Lens tool, an outline of our strategies, and the Diversity Plan implementation timeline for this strategic direction. (Qualifies as Cultural Competency Professional Development. Session repeats.) Presenters: Greg Evans, Associate Vice President for Equity and Inclusion; Tracy Weimer, Administrative Coordinator, Office of Equity and Inclusion Location: Building 4, Room 264

202040 XNRG9642 44263 Energy Management/Science BOC Level 1 Series Level I classes support the BOC operator skill standard by devoting significant content to the topics of HVAC controls, common opportunities for operational improvements, and building scoping for energy efficiency. The Level I course series provides building operators with knowledge and skill enhancement in the key activities associated with energy efficient building operations. Level I participants attend seven one-day classes, complete class tests and assigned projects for a total of 74 hours, or 7.4 CEU’s. https://www.theboc.info/certification/course-descriptions/

202030 XCG0792 33819 Institutional Sustainability Master Recycler Students learn to become a master recycler who volunteers within the community to assist individuals and businesses improve their waste management. Learn from 24+ local experts, 
202030 XCG9196 33806 Specialized Support Services SSS: Recycling 102 This course teaches the principles of basic bottle and can sorting. Student will learn how to deal with liquids, caps and lids, sorting into appropriate containers and use of space. By the end of the course students will also know when to switch out barrels.

202030 XLMT9057 33862 Continuing Education Cultural Competency/Ethics Gatherings consume our days, yet most of us spend little time thinking about the actual ways we gather. Our gatherings are based on structures we have internalized and may not even realize it. The structure of our gatherings tend to rely on "etiquette" which may have worked when people tended to live in like-minded, close circles of similarly-raised people. This presentation is designed to help us think differently about how we gather and why.
201930 XNRG9641 34015 Energy Management/Science BOC2001A: Building Scoping In this two-day class, participants will learn about the Building Operator Certification Level II training program and the requirements for earning the Level II Certificate. Participants will also learn how to gather building data and create a building walkthrough plan to find opportunities for improving their building’s efficiency and operational performance. Topics include the characteristics of high performance buildings, data gathering tools such as a building operations map and occupant interview guide, four common opportunities for operational improvement, and the steps for completing a building walk through. Class is two days, scheduled several weeks apart.

201930 XNRG9642 34016 Energy Management/Science BOC2001B: Building Scoping In this two-day class, participants will learn about the Building Operator Certification Level II training program and the requirements for earning the Level II Certificate. Participants will also learn how to gather building data and create a building walkthrough plan to find opportunities for improving their building’s efficiency and operational performance. Topics include the characteristics of high performance buildings, data gathering tools such as a building operations map and occupant interview guide, four common opportunities for operational improvement, and the steps for completing a building walkthrough. Class is two days, scheduled several weeks apart.

201920 XNRG9643 24071 Energy Management/Science Building Use Analysis a combination of all of the BOC classes; 1001day1, 1001day2, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006 and 1008.

201920 XNRG9646 23948 Energy Management/Science BOC1003:Efficient Lighting Fun Covers lighting fundamentals and types of lighting for economical and energy-efficient lighting systems. Participants learn principles of efficient lighting including evaluation of lighting levels, quality, and maintenance. Other topics include lighting fixture and control technologies, common upgrades, retrofit, and redesign options, and management strategies as they apply to space use and function. One day. PROJECT: Lighting Survey 

201910 XCG9196 11757 Specialized Support Services SSS: Bottles and Cans This course teaches the student worker the basics of indoor bottle and can retrival using the bagging system. How to fold and lock bags for indoor use. How to rinse bags to be laundered and how to remove bags safely from indoor containers.
201910 XCG9196 11758 Specialized Support Services SSS: Principles of sorting "which one? Principles of Paper Sorting:This course will help students gain knowledge of paper grades, the difference between recycled paper and waste, and the industry quality standards for recycling. Principles of Sorting Bottles:This course teaches the principles of basic bottle and can sorting. Student will learn how to deal with liquids, caps and lids, sorting into appropriate containers and use of space. By the end of the course students will also know when to switch out barrels.
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201910 XNRG9643 11799 Energy Management/Science BOC1001: Energy Eff Op D1 Provides an overview of the Building Operator Certification program and fundamentals of building systems. Focuses on operation and maintenance of envelope, central heating, cooling, air and ventilating systems in buildings. Emphasis is placed on group problem-solving and exercises with respect to preventive maintenance. Two-day class.

201910 XNRG9643 11800 Energy Management/Science BOC1001 Energy Eff Op D2 Provides an overview of the Building Operator Certification program and fundamentals of building systems. Focuses on operation and maintenance of envelope, central heating, cooling, air and ventilating systems in buildings. Emphasis is placed on group problem-solving and exercises with respect to preventive maintenance. Two-day class.

201910 XNRG9643 11854 Energy Management/Science BOC1005: Indoor Env. Quality Introduces the basic causes of indoor environmental quality problems and begins to develop a method of diagnosis and solution. Students will gain an understanding of the dynamic components of indoor environmental quality in relation to source control, occupant sensitivity and ventilation. Emphasis will be placed on communications with building occupants for reliable investigations without aggravating existing issues. One-day class.

201910 XNRG9643 11892 Energy Management/Science BOC1006: Low Cost Operational This class introduces common opportunities that offer the greatest energy savings potential. This module examines typical areas and problems associated with different system types and equipment as well as tools and techniques for identifying opportunities. One-day class.

201910 XNRG9646 11853 Energy Management/Science BOC1003: Lighting Fundamentals Covers lighting fundamentals and types of lighting for economical and energy efficient lighting systems. Participants learn principles of efficient lighting including evaluation of lighting levels, quality and maintenance. Other topics include lighting fixture and control technologies, common upgrades, retrofit and redesign options, and management strategies as they apply to space use and function. One-day class.

201840 XNRG9649 45001 Energy Management/Science BOC1008: O&M Sustainable Build Participants will learn O&M best practices for green or high performance buildings including exterior site issues, water efficiency, cleaning products, material and supply purchasing, energy, and indoor environmental quality to improve the performance of both existing buildings and newly-designed green buildings. One-day class.

201830 XNRG9646 34260 Energy Management/Science BOC1006: Common Opportunities for Low-Cost Operational Improvement -(not Lighting Fundamentals). This class introduces common opportunities that offer the greatest energy savings potential. This module examines typical areas and problems associated with different system types and equipment as well as tools and techniques for identifying opportunities. One-day class.

201830 XNRG9649 34038 Energy Management/Science BOC1002: Meas & Benchmkg Energ Operators learn how energy is used in commercial buildings and how to identify and prioritize conservation opportunities. Includes basic principles of energy accounting, evaluation of fuel options, operation and maintenance strategies to improve efficiency, and energy management planning techniques. Participants will learn how to perform quantifiable evaluations of their facilities’ energy use in order to be able to target prospects for energy conservation. One-day class

201820 XECE9944 23924 LFC: Culturally Responsive This class will help your program define culturally responsive caregiving and why it is important, and discover tools you can use to be a culturally responsive program.
201820 XHD0672 23458 Women in Transition WT: Life Transitions Life Transitions is designed to help women navigate current life transitions and explore new life directions. Attention is given to: life transitions (life stages, endings, losses, starting again); relationships (relationship patterns, healthy relationships); and personal growth (self-esteem, empowerment, assertiveness, communication skills).

201820 XHD0672 23459 Women in Transition WT: Career & Life Planning Career and Life Planning is designed to help students plan their careers and their lives. Attention is given to: self-awareness (values, interests, skills and personality style); career exploration (what careers are available, which careers fit the student’s needs and wants, and what does she need to do to pursue her career goal); and decision making (making decisions and exploring some good ways to make career and life decisions).

201820 XNRG9643 24126 Energy Management/Science BOC1001 D2: Energy Eff Ops Provides an overview of the Building Operator Certification program and fundamentals of building systems. Focuses on operation and maintenance of envelope, central heating, cooling, air and ventilating systems in buildings. Emphasis is placed on group problem-solving and exercises with respect to preventive maintenance. Two-day class.

201820 XNRG9649 24292 Energy Management/Science BOC 1008 O&M Sustainable Bldgs Participants will learn O&M best practices for green or high performance buildings including exterior site issues, water efficiency, cleaning products, material and supply purchasing, energy, and indoor environmental quality to improve the performance of both existing buildings and newly-designed green buildings. One-day class.

201810 XHST0100 11465 Continuing Education Native Bees of Oregon Learn bee identification, bee diversity, and pollination ecology basics. Get ready for spotting the Spring, Summer, and Fall native bees of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Enhance bee watching success. Expand your knowledge of the issues facing our native bee pollinators. Lecture, discussion, and hands on combination
201810 XLAT0100 11459 Continuing Education Cool-Season Garden Planning With a combination of lectures, discussion and activities in the garden, explore concepts and techniques for growing a successful Fall and Winter garden. Want to grow a productive garden but you're out of town a lot in the summer? This 4-week class will teach you how easy and rewarding it can be to garden through the cooler months. Topics include: crop and variety selections; schedules and techniques for seeding, planting and harvest; season extension; managing pests, diseases, weeds, and fertility. Please dress for the elements and be prepared to get dirty and bring water and snacks. Students will receive reading assignments along with resources for further exploration.

201810 XNRG9638 11788 Energy Management/Science BOC 1006: Common Opps for Low This class introduces common opportunities that offer the greatest energy savings potential. This module examines typical areas and problems associated with different system types and equipment as well as tools and techniques for identifying opportunities. One-day class

201810 XNRG9643 11897 Energy Management/Science BOC 1001D1: Energy Eff Op Provides an overview of the Building Operator Certification program and fundamentals of building systems. Focuses on operation and maintenance of envelope, central heating, cooling, air and ventilating systems in buildings. Emphasis is placed on group problem-solving and exercises with respect to preventive maintenance. Two-day class

201810 XNRG9643 11945 Energy Management/Science BOC1005: Indoor Environmental Introduces the basic causes of indoor environmental quality problems and begins to develop a method of diagnosis and solution. Students will gain an understanding of the dynamic components of indoor environmental quality in relation to source control, occupant sensitivity and ventilation. Emphasis will be placed on communications with building occupants for reliable investigations without aggravating existing issues. One-day class.

201810 XNRG9643 11946 Energy Management/Science BOC1008: O&M Sustainable Bld Participants will learn O&M best practices for green or high performance buildings including exterior site issues, water efficiency, cleaning products, material and supply purchasing, energy, and indoor environmental quality to improve the performance of both existing buildings and newly-designed green buildings. One-day class.

201810 XNRG9646 11883 Energy Management/Science BOC 1003 Lighting Fundamentals Covers lighting fundamentals and types of lighting for economical and energy efficient lighting systems. Participants learn principles of efficient lighting including evaluation of lighting levels, quality and maintenance. Other topics include lighting fixture and control technologies, common upgrades, retrofit and redesign options, and management strategies as they apply to space use and function. One-day class.

201810 XNRG9649 11892 Energy Management/Science BOC 1004: HVAC Controls Provides an introduction to automatic control systems and equipment, particularly for central air systems. Participants will learn to target possible inefficiencies in their HVAC systems and to evaluate potential problems as part of an enhanced operation and maintenance program. One-day class.


Do the figures reported above cover one, two, or three academic years?:
Three

Does the institution have at least one sustainability-focused certificate program through its continuing education or extension department?:
Yes

A brief description of the certificate program(s):

Building Operator Certification (BOC*) is a nationally-recognized training and certification program for building engineering and maintenance staff which offers improved job skills to create more comfortable, energy efficient facilities.


Website URL where information about the institution’s continuing education courses and programs in sustainability is available:
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