NC OSHERC Continuing Education

37th Annual Occupational Safety and Health Winter Institute

Math Review and Use of Scientific Calculator

February 26, 2017

Hilton Daytona Beach Resort/Ocean Walk Village, Daytona Beach, Florida

Is your math a little rusty? Do you use a scientific calculator regularly? If you answered "yes" or "no", click on the Institute Pretest to determine the level of your math skills and readiness status to use a scientific calculator accurately. You should be able to successfully complete most problems on the pretest before you attend institute classes that require you to bring a scientific calculator and to be familiar with its use.

If your math is rusty, you do not use a scientific calculator regularly or you did not successfully pass the Institute Pretest, you should make plans to attend the Math Review and Use of Scientific Calculator.

Dr. Nelson Couch will guide you through a review of math and use of a scientific calculator. The class will be taught using the Texas Instruments TI-30Xa model calculator. Make sure to bring a scientific calculator with you.  It will help to practice with the calculator before class. You can find this model at the major Office Supply stores, online and at the larger discount department stores.

Course Faculty

Nelson W. Couch, PhD, Col-ret USAFR, Triangle Health & Safety, Inc., Research Triangle Park, NC

Meeting Times

Course begins Sunday, February 26, 2017, at 2:00 and ends at 4:00 pm.

Registration

Tuition: $125

Registration

Click the link below to go to the Winter Institute registration site. There you will be able to review the classes offered, fill out your information, select your classes, and select your payment method (check, Visa, or Mastercard). Once you've submitted your registration, you will receive a confirmation in your email.

Register for the Winter Institute

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For further information on this course, contact the NC ERC office at osherc@unc.edu, or call us at 919-962-2101.

Last updated 08/11/2016