Continuing Education Center (CEC)
 
Corporate Workshops 
CEC develops workshops tailored to our corporate clients in Lebanon and the region.  The workshops that were recently developed and conducted are.


Workshop 1: Principles of Pharmacy


This workshop introduces the participants to the “Drug Management Cycle”. It equips the participants with the knowledge and skills to interpret, evaluate, and process a request while maintaining appropriate medication use processes.  This module utilizes lectures, demonstrations, practice guidelines, and applications within the conceptual framework of safe medication to help participants provide the pharmaceutical care concerned with the outcomes of their services and not just the provision of these services. Participants are evaluated with a written and practical exam before and after the course. Upon the successful completion of Principles of Pharmacy, all participants receive official certificates of completion from the Continuing Education Center.


Workshop 2: Classroom Management for Intermediate and Secondary Classes


Classroom Management for Intermediate and Secondary Classes introduces the participants to the art of teaching and managing a classroom in order to promote an environment conductive to learning.  It equips the participants with the skills for establishing and maintaining acceptable behavior in students, as well as strategies on implementing effective teaching in the classroom.  This module utilizes lectures, and discussions within the conceptual framework of classroom management to help participants implement a list of proactive measures to provide a better learning environment. Participants are evaluated with a written and practical exam before and after the course. Upon the successful completion of the Classroom Management for Intermediate and Secondary Classes, all participants receive official certificates of completion from the Continuing Education Center.


Workshop 3: Accounting for Non-Accountants


Accounting for Non-Accountants introduces the participants to the language of business and the accounting cycle. It equips the participants with the knowledge and skills to interpret, analyze, and use financial information from a national and international perspective.  This module utilizes lectures, discussions, and problem-solving activities within the conceptual framework of accounting to help navigate the participants through appropriate courses of action regarding corporate accounting decisions. Participants are evaluated with a written and practical exam before and after the course. Upon the successful completion of Accounting for Non-Accountants, all participants receive official certificates of completion from the Continuing Education Center.


Workshop 4: Life Support Essentials


Life Support Essentials introduces the participants to the basics of responding successfully to a medical situation in all its stages. It provides the participants with knowledge on the theory and the practice of patient-physician communication. It educates the participants on how to evaluate and implement pro-active measures to prevent infection risks. It also focuses on practical and life-saving skills on how to react promptly and efficiently to victims of trauma. This module addresses the role of different professionals in response to a major incident. Furthermore, it utilizes lectures, demonstrations, role-playing, and applications within the conceptual framework of safe medication to help participants deal with a medical condition efficiently. Participants are evaluated with a written and practical exam before and after the course. Upon the successful completion of Life Support Essentials, all participants receive official certificates of completion from the Continuing Education Center.

Please contact CEC with your corporate workshop needs.

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