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Continuing Education for Electricians
The State of Kansas requires 12 classroom hours of continuing education every 2 years or 6 classroom hours every year to renew your Master, Journeyman or Residential Wireman license or certificate.
Continuing Education for Mechanical
The State of Kansas requires 12 classroom hours of continuing education every 2 years or 6 classroom hours every year to renew your Master or Journeyman license or certificate.
Continuing Education for Plumbing
The State of Kansas requires 12 classroom hours of continuing education every 2 years or 6 classroom hours every year to renew your Master or Journeyman license or certificate.
 

 Environment

 
  
Child Care Licensing Classes
The Child Care Licensing Program offers classes that meet KDHE regulations for Initial and ongoing professional development in the areas of Child Development, Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention including Abusive Head Trauma, and SIDS Risk Reduction/Safe Sleep. Additional classes are provided on topics of interest, i.e. Symptoms of Common Childhood Illness and Disease Control, Understanding Immunizations, and Emergency Preparedness to name a few.
Food Handler Classes
Food handler cards are required for all persons working or volunteering in a food service establishment in Wichita. Other cities or counties may have differing requirements. Students need only attend one session. A class is approximately 2 hours in length, and students will receive a Food Handler Card at the conclusion of the class. There is no fee for taking the class.
WATER Center Education Programs
A one-of-a kind venture, the WATER Center offers a hands-on, interactive environmental center dedicated to the education and health issues caused by water and pollution. This facility has the potential to reach far outside the community affected by the Gilbert-Mosley contamination and to provide education for the understanding and prevention of many water pollution activities.
 

 Public Safety

 
  
Child Care Licensing Classes
The Child Care Licensing Program offers classes that meet KDHE regulations for Initial and ongoing professional development in the areas of Child Development, Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention including Abusive Head Trauma, and SIDS Risk Reduction/Safe Sleep. Additional classes are provided on topics of interest, i.e. Symptoms of Common Childhood Illness and Disease Control, Understanding Immunizations, and Emergency Preparedness to name a few.
Citizen's Fire Academy
The Wichita Fire Department Citizens Fire Academy is designed to increase understanding of fire and emergency medical operations and to promote citizen interaction with Wichita Fire Department firefighters.
Food Handler Classes
Food handler cards are required for all persons working or volunteering in a food service establishment in Wichita. Other cities or counties may have differing requirements. Students need only attend one session. A class is approximately 2 hours in length, and students will receive a Food Handler Card at the conclusion of the class. There is no fee for taking the class.
 

 Recreation

 
  
Botanica Education Programs
The Downing Children's Garden is a wonderful asset to Botanica's education department. There are activities going on every day in the garden. Browse through our education events for the programs that require registration and explore the educational activities for drop-in activities and investigation station fun!
CityArts Art Classes
CityArts is a center for artistic creation and appreciation, featuring exhibitions of local and regional art as well as year-round art classes for youth and adults. CityArts' classes are taught by professional artists.
Great Plains Nature Center Educational Programs
There is always something going on at the Great Plains Nature Center! Family programs, school field trips, meetings, and summer teacher workshops.
In-Service and Summer Activity Camps

Park & Recreation offers two in-service camps and two summer activity camps.​

Mid-America All-Indian Cultural Education Programs
Unless otherwise noted, enrollment is open to Indian Center members and the general public, but limited to the first 12 people who sign up. School-age children must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18 to participate.
Old Cowtown Museum Education Programs
Old Cowtown Museum engages visitors through living history and hands-on learning. A blending of historic structures, buildings furnished with period artifacts, livestock and costumed history interpreters provide an authentic experience for learning and discovering the past.
Park & Recreation Activities Guide

Park & Recreation offers classes and activities for children and adults each season.​

Ralph Wulz Riverside Tennis Center Lessons

Ralph Wulz Riverside Tennis Center offers a variety of lessons and clinics for children and adults.​

Wichita Art Museum Art Education Programs
The Wichita Art Museum is committed to providing the highest quality art education programs available. WAM’s educational programming fulfills the Museum's mission through the presentation of information and public programs that stimulate curiosity, provide access to the creative process, and expand knowledge. Educational programming includes art appreciation tools such as guided tours, lectures, and films, but also extends to hands-on creative activities.
Wichita Ice Center Lessons

The Wichita Ice Center offers lessons in figure skating, hockey, and much more.​

Wichita Public Library FREE Programs

The Wichita Public Library offers FREE programs such as Programs for Adults, Technology Training Classes, Programs for Teens, Programs for Children, Programs for Families Together, and Programs to Go...From Your Library.​

Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum Programs

The Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum offers programs such as Senior Wednesdays, Kids and Family Events, School Tours, and Teacher Pass.​

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