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  • A.Y. McDonald
  • Altmans
  • Ambella Home Collection
  • Amtrol
  • Anaco
  • Artisan Manufacturing Corp.
  • Bain Ultra
  • Barclay Products Ltd
  • Basco
  • Bear Creek Glass
  • Blanco
  • Bradley
  • Brass Craft
  • Brizo
  • Cambridge Lee
  • Canterbury
  • Central Brass
  • Charlotte Pipe Foundry
  • Chicago Faucets
  • Church
  • Clarke
  • Colonial Bronze Company
  • Coral
  • Cresline Plastics Pipe Co.
  • Danze
  • Dap
  • Dearborn Brass
  • Delta Faucet
  • Eemax Inc.
  • Elite Bath, Inc.
  • Elkay
  • Erico
  • Fernco
  • Fiat
  • Flo-Control
  • Florestone
  • Fluidmaster
  • Gastite
  • Geberit
  • General Wire Spring Co.
  • Ginger Company USA
  • Grohe
  • Grundfos
  • Hansgrohe
  • Hercules
  • In Sink Erator
  • Infiltrator Systems Inc.
  • IPS Corporation
  • Jay R. Smith Mfg. Co.
  • Jackel
  • Jado
  • Jaclo Industries
  • Jones Stephens Corp.
  • Kohler
  • Legend Valve
  • Lenox
  • Leonard Valve Company
  • Linkasink
  • Little Giant
  • Maax
  • Malco Products Inc.
  • Mansfield
  • Mission Rubber Company
  • Moen
  • Mountain Plumbing Products
  • Mr. Steam
  • Mueller Co.
  • Mueller Industries
  • Navien
  • Nibco
  • Noble Company
  • Oatey
  • Onyx Collection
  • Panasonic
  • Plumberex Specialty
  • Powers
  • Prinsco
  • Rectorseal
  • Rheem
  • Ridgid
  • Robern, Inc.
  • Robert Manufacturing Co.
  • Roman Marble Products
  • Royal Building Products
  • Sioux Chief
  • Sloan
  • Snyder Industries
  • Spears
  • Steamist
  • Sterling
  • Stone Forest, Inc.
  • Swan Corporation
  • Symmons Ind.
  • T S Brass
  • Top Knobs
  • Topp Industries
  • Truebro
  • Uponor / Wirsbo
  • Watco Manufacturing Company
  • Watergroup
  • Watson Manufacturing
  • Watts Regulator Company
  • Wheatland Tube Company
  • William H. Harvey Company
  • Wilkins Regulator
  • Woodford Manufacturing Company
  • Zoeller
  • Zurn

  • Rinse thoroughly and use a soft cloth to wipe the product dry after each use.
  • In the rare occurrence of stubborn stains, use abrasive cleaners sparingly.
  • Do not use steel wool, wire brushes or abrasive sponge pads.
  • Be careful not to leave dirty dishes, coffee grounds, tea bags or other staining materials in contact with the enamel surface for extended periods of time.
  • Consider kitchen sink accessories such as bottom basin racks and rinse baskets to help protect the surface from scratches.

  • Clean your acrylic shower or tub shower regularly with a non-abrasive spray, cream-based cleansing agent or dishwashing liquid.
  • Never use abrasive cleansers, scrapers, metal brushes or anything that could scratch or dull the surface

  • Rinse thoroughly and use a soft cloth to wipe the product dry after each use.
  • Soft abrasive cleaners may be used when necessary to clean KOHLER vitreous china products. Strong abrasive cleaners will scratch and dull the surface.

  • Do. Rinse thoroughly after each use. Thorough rinsing can be done by running the water for a few minutes and rubbing the cleaned area with a sponge.
  • Do. Towel dry after each use to prevent mineral deposits from building up on the surface of the sink.
  • Do. Scour the sink once a week, being sure to rub in the direction of the satin finish lines, using an Elkay recommended cleanser.
  • Don’t. Scour the sink across the satin finish lines. Scouring across the satin finish lines can damage the original sink finish.
  • Don’t. Allow liquid soap or other household cleansers to dry on the surface of the sink. Most brands contain chemical additives which will affect the original high luster finish.
  • Don’t. Leave standing solutions of chlorine bleach and water in the sink for extended periods of time. Chlorides, which are found in most soaps, detergents, bleaches, and cleansers, are very aggressive to stainless steel. If left on the sink too long they can cause surface pitting.
  • Don’t. Use a steel wool pad to clean your sink. If a more abrasive product is needed, use a Scotch Brite pad being sure to rub in the direction of the satin finish lines. Steel wool pads have a tendency to break apart and small particles of steel can become embedded in the surface of the sink. The steel particles will rust and will give the appearance that the sink itself is rusting.
  • Don’t. Use rubber mats or dishpans in the sink to protect the finish. Leaving rubber mats or dishpans in the sink can lead to surface rust or possible pitting. However, if you do use mats or dishpans please remove them after each use.
  • Don’t. Leave wet sponges, cloths, or cleaning pads on the sink. This can lead to surface rust.

Kitchens Baths by Briggs are the largest decorative plumbing showrooms in the area. As a premier and registered Kohler showroom, they feature the most current and innovative products with the finest selection of bathroom furniture, custom showering products, decorative sinks, toilets, bathtubs and faucets. Let us help you create an anything but ordinary room in your home.

Our company was founded in 1906 as a pump and windmill supply house in Omaha, Nebraska. Over the ensuing years, Briggs has grown in size from one location to nine locations in Nebraska, Iowa and Kansas. The company product line has grown as well from primarily water pumps and well supplies to plumbing fixtures and supplies.

As a Midwestern oriented business our philosophy is to strongly emphasize customer service, carry a wide array of high quality products, show honesty and integrity in our business dealings, and offer fair, affordable prices and terms to our customers.

We have been in business a long time and we have grown into the largest distributor of our kind in Nebraska because of our adherence to our philosophy of the right way to do business, and because we have very good people as employees. Let us show what we can do for you!

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Online Course: Wellness Coaching 101 – CEU Certification #wellness #course, #online #course #class #video #tutorial


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Online Class: Wellness Coaching

Course Description

Wellness coaching is a relatively new field, intriguing anyone who desires to get all areas of their life into balance. This Wellness Coaching course is a general survey course designed to give you a well-rounded introduction to this exciting discipline. This self-paced class is designed to appeal to both potential clients of wellness coaching, as well as anyone interested in pursuing this career opportunity.

Explore the main concentrations of wellness coaching–physical wellness, mind wellness, spiritual wellness, and financial wellness. While it’s not necessary for every person to work on all of these areas, it is a wonderful and comprehensive profession for anyone with a wide variety of interests and the desire to be in charge of their own career.

Wellness coaches can set their own schedule, pay rates, choose their clientele, work from nearly any location, and enjoy unlimited creativity and flexibility in their coaching approach. For potential wellness coaching clients, it’s important to know what wellness coaching can and cannot offer.

This course can also teach you enough basics that you may be able to apply the lessons to yourself and get the help you need without further expense or consultation. Wellness coaching can help you identify and set realistic, measurable goals, remember and act on the joys and positive memories of childhood through exploration of the five senses, and unlock the creative energy that lies in each of us.

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Lesson One: Why Choose Wellness Coaching?

Wellness coaching is a relatively new phenomenon. Not only can students benefit from applying the basics of wellness coaching to their own lives, but they can take what they know and funnel it into a new career.

  • Lesson Two: Your First Client is You

    In wellness coaching, the first and most important client is always you. Clients will pick up on your balance, your energy, your wellness. You are not going to sell them on your services if you do not practice what you preach.

  • Lesson Three: How Do I Know if It Is Working?

    What does it mean to have a goal? If you have a goal to change your physical wellness, how will you know if you are successful? Is it a feeling? Is it something more tangible?

  • Lesson Four: Fact Versus Fiction in Wellness Coaching

    Since wellness coaching is a still-developing career, coaches and clients may be uncertain about what can be accomplished. This lesson will separate fact from fiction, as well as clue you in to untold client expectations.

  • Lesson Five: Why We Get Stuck and How to Get Going Again

    At some point, either the coach or the client will get stuck. It is a phase and it can be beneficial. But there are some tips for getting through this time and learning from it.

  • Lesson Six: Body Wellness

    It seems obvious–eat well, exercise regularly, get plenty of sleep–for good health. Body wellness also includes respect, trust, education, and a bit of objectivity.

  • Lesson Seven: Mind Wellness

    Mind wellness is more than mental health. It is positivity, it is attitude, and it is acknowledging that each of your five senses contributes to wellness. Creativity is also an important element to mind wellness and it exists in everyone.

  • Lesson Eight: Spiritual Wellness

    Not every client will want or need to address spiritual wellness. Not every coach will want to address the topic. This lesson simply presents the basics of spirituality in wellness coaching; the rest is up to client and coach.

  • Lesson Nine: Economic Wellness

    This lesson is about letting go of the white picket fence dream, forgetting about keeping up with the Johnsons, and finding how economic wellness complements other areas of wellness.

  • Lesson 10: Staying Balanced in Times of Crisis

    Times of crisis are so stressful and all-consuming that it is easy to lose focus. Through the lens of crisis, everything looks bigger and more impossible to handle.

  • Lesson 11: Ethics of Wellness Coaching

    In the future, it is expected that different areas of coaching will have ethical codes. For the time being, this is at the wellness coach’s discretion.

  • Lesson 12: Business Strategies for Wellness Coaching

    Few wellness coaches will be able to start by hanging their shingle outside the door. While an office is not necessary for successful coaching practices, some sort of business strategy or plan will be.

  • Additional Course Information

    • Document Your Lifelong Learning Achievements
    • Earn an Official Certificate Documenting Course Hours and CEUs
    • Verify Your Certificate with a Unique Serial Number Online
    • View and Share Your Certificate Online or Download/Print as PDF
    • Display Your Certificate on Your Resume and Promote Your Achievements Using Social Media

    Course Title: Wellness Coaching

    Course Number: 7550363

    Learning Outcomes

    By successfully completing this course, students will be able to:

    • Know what wellness coaching is and whether or not it is right for you.
    • Define who the first client is.
    • Describe methods to determine whether or not your wellness coaching is effective.
    • Know fact versus fiction in wellness coaching.
    • Define ways to get out of the rut people find themselves in.
    • Know body wellness.
    • Know mind wellness.
    • Know spiritual wellness.
    • Know economic wellness.
    • Describe staying balanced in times of crisis.
    • Know ethics of wellness coaching.
    • Know business strategies for wellness coaching, and
    • Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 70% or higher.

    Student Testimonials

    • “I have really enjoyed doing this class as I have already completed a life coaching course in Australia and I can tell you it cost me a whole lot more money yet didn’t teach me nearly as much as I have learn’t with this one. Karen was great, I bet she is as nice as her writing. I am so glad I took this class it has given me so much more that I feel really confident in starting my business now, didn’t feel this way not too long ago, thank you for a great class. I have really enjoyed doing this class as I have already completed a life coaching course in Australia and I can tell you it cost me a whole lot more money yet didn’t teach me nearly as much as I have learn’t with this one. Karen was great, I bet she is as nice as her writing. I am so glad I took this class it has given me so much more that I feel really confident in starting my business now, didn’t feel this way not too long ago, thank you for a great class!” — Ann A.
    • “This was my first experience with UniversalClass as well as my first experience taking an online course, and I was very pleased. I loved being able to work at my own pace, and I felt that the quality and quantity of instruction was a good value for the money. I would definitely considering taking another course through UniversalClass. This was my first experience with UniversalClass as well as my first experience taking an online course, and I was very pleased. I loved being able to work at my own pace, and I felt that the quality and quantity of instruction was a good value for the money. I would definitely considering taking another course through UniversalClass.” — Jonelle V.

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