Daily Archives: February 12, 2016

Electrical Knowledge and Electrical Safety for Homeowners

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Course #209

Dates: Thursday April 28th 6-9pm, and Saturday April 30th 9am – 12pm

Mercer Public Library, Mercer, WI

Objectives:  Participants should gain an understanding of electrical safety requirements in rules promulgated by the State as well as the requirements of the adopted National Electrical Code. Various electrical devices, their installation, use, testing and replacement will be discussed. Students should have a better understanding of the devices they rely on for safety on a daily basis. Continue reading

Democracy and Issues in Contemporary Political Development

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Course Title:  Democracy and Issues in Contemporary Political Development   

Course #207

4 Tuesdays, Mar. 22-April 12, 4-6pm, Iron County Board Room, Hurley, WI

Objectives:  This course is designed to help students develop a deeper understanding of what democracy is, and is not, in context of contemporary political issues. Participants will learn about the origins of democracy and the differences between parliamentary, presidential, and semi-presidential models of democracy. Sessions will explore how executive, legislative, and judicial institutions vary across countries, emphasizing the concepts of freedom and equality. Upon course completion, students will be able to identify how elites, society, culture, modernization, and international relations shape modern-day democratic development.    Continue reading