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CEU Programs

Education on Demand (EOD) offers programs in cooperation with WTAMU departments for Continuing Education Units.

EoD can customized a training program for an organization or workplace. If you have specific learning objectives and a time frame, EoD can work with you to find a faculty or staff who can provide the training for a nominal fee. Or if you have a program you would like to offer for CEUs, EoD can help. Please call (806) 651-2037.


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Advanced Placement Summer Institute


Tuesday - Friday, June 13-16, 2017
8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.


Content Areas:

 Pre-AP Middle School English
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Pre-AP Middle School Mathematics
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Pre-AP Middle School History and Social Science
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Pre-P High School Mathematics
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AP Government
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Program Cost: $495 per person

APSIs offer teachers inspiration, new ideas, and tried lesson plans for the coming year. In addition, the week-long conference is a great place for teaches to network, gaining support and new friends within their field.

Register Now! Registration must be accompanied by payment.

Hotel Accommodation: (contact the hotel directly)
Holiday In Express
2901 Fourth Ave.
Canyon, Texas
(806) 655-4445
Due to the TEXAS Musical Drama in Palo Duro Canyon, this hotel is very busy. It is best to reserve early before they sell out.



 Advanced Placement Program

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The Institute is not eligible for academic credit at WTMAU.


Mental Health First Aid

Did you know?
You are more likely to encounter a person in an emotional or mental crisis than someone having a heat attack.

MHFA is a similar to CPR training and is designed to give people key skills to help someone who is developing or suffering from a mental health problem or crisis. You will learn the potential warning signs, symptoms and risk factors for depression, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, eating disorders, and substance use disorders. As well as a 5-step solution action plan to help an individual in crisis connect to professional care.

Schedule training for your workplace, organization, or group by calling Andrea Porter at (806) 651-2038.

Mental Health First Aid is not eligible for academic credit at West Texas A&M University.

Ophthalmic/Optician Assistant Training Course

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Financial aid is available.
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Skills taught include:

  • Ocular anatomy and physiology
  • Conducting visual testing
  • Reading patient prescriptions on specialized equipment
  • Glaucoma testing
  • Principals of fitting and adjusting eyeglasses and contact lenses.
  • General medical knowledge, including medical histories
  • Optical instrument maintenance
  • And skills to assist the doctor

Students  will complete 60 hours of classroom and 20 hours of clinical instruction under the supervision of the course instructor.

Taught by a local optometrist, the 20-hour clinical portion of the course will be completed at a designated doctor’s location in the Texarkana area. Students must successfully pass an end-of-course exam to earn a Certificate of Completion from TAMU-Texarkana and be eligible to sit for the JCAHPO Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA) Exam. Student liability insurance and course materials are including in price of course. Materials will be distributed the first day of class.