Continuing Ed. Partnership Programs
Appian and Low-Code Skills Workshop
The "Low-Code Skills Workshop" provides two weeks of immersion in the technical aspects
of low-code platforms and the Agile methodology of low-code development and it is
offered to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as USF employees, at no cost.
The workshop is provided by Appian's Professional Services and Training organization,
with the participation of USF IT staff.
We are currently recruiting for our November workshop. Please come by and see us at the USF Career Fair on September 20th at the USF Marshall Center. Please bring your resume if you are interested in applying.
For additional information you may call us at 813-974-3255 or email Nancy Giannopoulos at CE-Inquiries@usf.edu
Designed and taught by instructors from the Institute of Reading Development, our eight summer programs for children in grades K-12 improve reading skills and comprehension. Reading skills programs are available on campus and at over 25 locations throughout South Florida.
Scientific Diver Proficiency
This workshop is designed to provide an opportunity for newly trained, or inexperienced, American Academy of Underwater Science (AAUS) Divers-in-Training (DIT) to gain proficiency in scientific diving techniques. Upon completion, the DIT will have successfully earned their 30 ft diver rating while gaining useful knowledge on common science diving skills. It also allows the opportunity for previously trained, and active, 30 ft divers to maintain their status, as required by AAUS Standards Section 5.60, by providing dives that contribute to the annual number of dives required to maintain their depth rating. This workshop is NOT intended to train beginning scientific divers. Instead, it offers the opportunity to advance or maintain their current scientific diver status while learning skills crucial to conducting research. This is an intensive (32 hour minimum) four day workshop hosted by the Florida Institute of Oceanography at the Keys Marine Lab (KML).