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Concordia University Wisconsin has teamed up with Concordia University Ann Arbor to offer world-class continuing education options. We are a Lutheran higher education institution that strives to cultivate experiences, discussions, and opportunities that help our students grow in mind, body, and spirit. We place an emphasis on service, believing that we are all called to use our talents in service of others. As providers of continuing education, we merge innovation, expertise, and relevance into a remarkable learning experience that will challenge you and cause you to grow in ways you have never imagined.

We are a Lutheran higher education community committed to helping students develop in mind, body, and spirit for service to Christ in the Church and the world. With over 138 years of educating students for lives of Christian leadership and service, Concordia University is an established leader in higher education.

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Continuing Education at Concordia University provides you with lifelong learning opportunities for all stages of life. Choose from several courses, offered online, to advance you in your life and career. “Upskilling” is a terrific way to increase your career opportunities, income, and personal satisfaction. These courses are perfect for anyone who wants to further their knowledge in a specific field but does not need or want a full degree. From adults that want to expand their understanding in an area of study or begin a new direction in their life, to young students who just need the right information and direction to get a good start on their future; we welcome all passionate learners from all backgrounds. Choose from dozens of topics and a variety of formats-in accordance with and advancement of Concordia’s mission.

Category: Technology

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Have questions about continuing education offerings or need technical support with your CE offering? Please email (continuing.education@cuw.edu) or call (262-243-2100).

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Send an email to continuing.education@cuw.edu with your name and email address. Your inquiry will be routed to the IT Helpdesk where they can reset your password, help with login issues, and more.

Category: Payments / Refunds

In general, there is no refund on or after the day the offering (course, webinar, event, or other like offerings that have a defined start date) begins. For the self-paced, online offerings, there is no refund 24 hours after registration. The exception for a refund is if the offering is cancelled due to low enrollment. In this case, a full refund is given.

Currently, we accept credit/debit cards. If paying by check, please arrange for registration and payment by calling 262-243-2100. Checks must be received one week in advance of the start of a continuing education offering or registration will be removed. Currently, we do not accept cash.

Category: Grades / CEU's

  1. Login as a "Student", click here
  2. Click on "My Enrollment History" to view Grades and/or CEUs

Unofficial Transcript

  1. Login as a "Student", click here
  2. Click on "My Enrollment History"
  3. Under "My Competed Courses", click on the "Print Unofficial Transcript" button

Official Transcript

After your course is completed and grades are entered:

  1. Login as a "Student", click here
  2. Click on "Special Requests"
  3. Click "Add to Cart"
  4. Fill in the number of Official Transcripts you're requesting
  5. Decide if you want the Official Transcripts mailed
  6. Enter the address where you'd like the address to be mailed
  7. In most cases, you can ignore "Hold for grade"
  8. If you'd like, you can Add Another Address
  9. Click Add to Cart
  10. Checkout

The primary purpose of the CEU is to supply a permanent record of the educational accomplishments of an individual who has completed significant non-credit educational and career enhancement experiences.

After you sign up for a course that has an Online or Virtual Learning component:

  1. You will receive an email with login credentials for Blackboard
  2. Visit concordia.blackboard.com
    1. If you have an F00 student number or staff id with Concordia
      1. Click "Blackboard Single Sign On to login
    2. If you do NOT have an F00 student number or staff id with Concordia
      1. Click "Continuing Ed Login" to login
      2. Enter your email address as your username and as your password (all lower-case)
      3. Click "Sign In"
  3. If your class has been made available, it will show up on the Courses tab

Note: if your class has not started yet - it might not appear or become unlocked until three days before the class starts.

Category: Badges / Certificates / Credentials

Digital badges, sometimes called open badges, are credentials that can be displayed, reviewed, and shared online. Sometimes referred to as digital micro-credentials, they are awarded when a person has proven knowledge, competency, or skill in a specific area or with a specific task. The badge image carries data about who issued the badge, as well as exactly what was carried out to earn the badge.

Digital badging continues to be an emerging area, more employers are learning and inquiring about them. While many employers may not ask specifically to see your digital badge portfolio, they will be interested in seeing the specific skills you have mastered as shown by the digital badges displayed on your personal website or LinkedIn page.

Micro-credentials are a form of certification that is narrowly focused on specific topics/skills in a chosen field. There are usually 2-4 designated courses that make up a micro-credential. Upon successful completion of the courses, students would receive a digital badge. A client may use the continuing education credits earned in a micro-credential to, if available, to transfer CEU’s earned towards a credit-bearing certificate or program. Transfer fees may apply.

The two formats act differently for their recipients. An Open Badge is focused on a small visual representation of an achievement that can be easily embedded in various places. A digital certificate is focused on clearly communicating the achievement in a recognized format.

For digital badges, you will receive an email with instructions on how to accept and share your digital badge. Certificates can be printed on your own within Destiny.

Depending on your course, your badge might not show up on this website. It might have instead been emailed to you from Credly. In this case, please check your email address that you have on file.

  1. Login as a "Student", click here
  2. Click on "My Badges"

Workplace Wellness: A Focused Look at How to Help Employees Succeed Amongst Mental Health Challenges

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This course provides continuing education upon evidence based trends for how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted mental health. It then proceeds to discuss how an employee may recognize indications of mental health crises, and ways they can support those experiencing an impact on their mental health, or are currently in mental health crises.

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Contact us

Have questions about continuing education offerings or need technical support with your CE offering? Please email (Continuing.Education@cuw.edu) or call (262-243-2100).

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