Continuing Education 2015 Summer Class Schedule

Summer 2015 Continuing Education schedule
LICENSING & CERT COURSES
FEE
STARTS/ENDS DAY(S)
Auto Safety Inspection
$70
6/15/15 - 6/16/15
TIME
BLDG/ROOM
HOURS
INSTRUCTOR
LICENSING & CERTIFICATE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
6 PM - 10 PM
Hunt 1138
8
Larry Carpenter Jr.
5/26/15 - 7/30/15 MTWTh 8 AM - 2:30 PM
Wright 1012
216
Johnny Bowen
6/29/15 - 08/6/15 MTWTh 9:30 AM - 4 PM
Construction
Bldg 1300
144
Thomas Elijah
Auto Safety Inspection prepares students to renew and obtain the license for North Carolina Auto Safety Inspection. Class size is limited.
This course is designed to prepare the student for entry level positions in the auto body repair field. Students will gain a basic understanding of how
to utilize different processes to repair auto body damage, to evaluate vehicle damage through proper application of the repair process and
equipment, and return vehicle to pre-accident condition.
Introduction to Carpentry uses NCCER Core Curriculum. Includes use of hand tools, power tools, construction math, blueprint reading and hands-on
training.
Basic Auto Restoration Part 2
$180
Carpentry, Introduction to
$180
MT
$70 +
book
$12.95
5/28/15 - 7/30/15
Th
6:30 PM 8:30 PM
LeGrand 6108
20
Claudia Phillips
Electrical Contractors Continuing Ed 2014
$70
6/27/15
Sa
8 AM - 5 PM
LeGrand 6108
8
Lonnie Tuttle
Escort Vehicle Operator Certification
$70
7/23/15
Th
8 AM - 5 PM
LeGrand 6112
8
Shell Byars
Industrial Maintenance Technician I
$180
5/27/15 - 7/30/15
WThF
8 AM - 12 PM
Hunt 1039
112
8 AM - 4 PM
Wright 2015
320
Tonya Payne,
Kim Lackey
This comprehensive course provides instruction and clinical practice in manicuring, application and maintenance of artificial nails, and pedicuring.
This training is for students interested in becoming registered manicurists only.
8:30 AM 11:30 AM
LeGrand 6108
24
Laura Davis
This course is designed to meet the training requirements for becoming qualified as a Medication Aide. Students must have a High School Diploma
or GED and must attend all sessions to receive credit.
Conversational Spanish
Manicuring and Nail Technology Medication Aide
NC Manufacturing Certification Program I
Notary Public
OBD II Emission Control Inspection
Personal Trainer Certification, W.I.T.S.
$180 +
$226.50
kit + book 5/26/15 - 8/3/15 MTWTh
$159.50
+ tax
$70 +
book
5/29/15 - 7/24/15
F
$15.50
+ tax
In Conversational Spanish, learn and practice the basics of Spanish with guided instruction and stimulating conversation.
Book Required: Easy Spanish Step-by-Step by Bregstein, McGraw-Hill.
Designed to meet the annual continuing education requirements for licensed Electrical Contractors.
Students must bring their current NC Electrical Code book (2014).
Satisfies the requirements set by the NC Department of Transportation to certify oversize-overweight load escort vehicle drivers.
Rodney Cobb, Alan
This unique program is designed to provide students with basic entry level opportunities in the industrial maintenance field. Successful students
Qualls, Paul Weeks,
can sit for the Manufacturing Skills Standards Council Certified Production Technician exam.
Dana White
5/30/15 - 7/25/15
Sa
8:30 AM 11:30 AM
LeGrand 6111
24
Wanda Scruggs
$180
6/1/15 - 7/31/15
Online
Online
Online
96
Bruce Mack
$70 +
book
$28.75
+ tax
5/30/15
Sa
8:30 AM 3:30 PM
LeGrand 6109
6
Stephanie Herndon
6/29/15 - 6/30/15
MT
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6109
6
Stephanie Herndon
7/18/15
Sa
8:30 AM 3:30 PM
LeGrand 6109
6
Stephanie Herndon
$70
7/13/15 - 7/14/15
MT
6 PM - 10 PM
Hunt 1138
8
Larry Carpenter Jr.
$550
5/30/15 - 7/11/15
Sa
This course is a competency-based training program that introduces students to the basic concepts of manufacturing.
Notary Public is a 6-hour course mandated by the North Carolina Secretary of State for individuals interested in obtaining a commission
as a Notary Public in North Carolina. Topics to be covered are requirements for collecting fees, general powers and limitations, oaths and
more. Participants must reside or work in the state of North Carolina, and read and write English. High School Diploma or GED is required.
This course is designed to prepare auto technicians and service personnel as OBD emission inspectors. Class size is limited.
9 AM - 4 PM
LeGrand 6112
36
Tom Blalock
The program includes lectures, practical training, and a 30-hour internship. High school diploma or GED is required.
$180 + $10
material
Pharmacy Technician Certification Training
5/26/15 - 7/27/15 MTWTh
fee +
books
8:30 AM 11:30 AM
LeGrand 6117
108
Billy Wease
This course is designed to train individuals to work under the supervision of a pharmacist in a variety of settings. Course work provides students
with basic, essential knowledge and skills required to work as a technician in a pharmacy.
5/26/15 - 7/27/15 MTWTh
5:30 PM 8:30 PM
LeGrand 6117
108
Billy Wease
ServSafe® Food Service Safety and
Sanitation
Welding, NCCER Level II
$70 +
book
$102.50
+ tax
$180
6/23/15 - 6/24/15
TW
7/21/15 - 7/22/15
TW
8/18/15 - 8/19/15
TW
6/29/15 - 8/6/15
(T) 8:30 AM - 5:30
PM (W) 8:30
AM - 3:30 PM
(T) 8:30 AM - 5:30
PM (W) 8:30
AM - 3:30 PM
(T) 8:30 AM - 5:30
PM (W) 8:30
AM - 3:30 PM
Hunt 1140
14
Lois Owen
Hunt 1140
14
Lois Owen
Hunt 1140
14
Lois Owen
136
Erik Price
MTWTh 8 AM - 2:30 PM KMHS Welding Lab
ServSafe® Food Service Safety and Sanitation is designed to give the food handler the understanding of proper sanitation precautions and
point out the results to be expected should these precautions not be taken. The course will deal with the study of infection and illness, proper
food handling techniques, personal hygiene, and personal safety. Students will be made aware of the regulations of the Occupational Health &
Safety Act. Textbook required. ServSafe ® Manager 6th Edition can be purchased in the college store. Students must bring textbook to class.
This course will focus on GMAW and FCAW wire welding, plasma cutting, understanding welding symbols in drawings, and SMAW stainless
steel welding.
Summer 2015 Continuing Education schedule
PERSONAL INTEREST COURSES
FEE
STARTS/ENDS DAY(S)
TIME
BLDG/ROOM
HOURS
INSTRUCTOR
Ballroom Dancing
$80
5/28/15 - 7/30/15
Th
6:30 PM - 8 PM
Gym 1130
15
Yvette Whitley
Blueprint Reading Basics
$70
6/1/15 - 6/30/15
Online
Online
Online
12
Bruce Mack
7/1/15 - 7/31/15
Online
Online
Online
12
Bruce Mack
$70
5/26/15 - 6/16/15
T
5 PM-7 PM
Bailey 5332
8
Clarinda Fox
$60 +
$16
Material
Fee
6/1/15 - 8/3/15
M
9 AM - 12 PM
Hunt 2042
30
Joyce Condrey
$40
6/9/15 - 7/14/15
T
10 AM - 12 PM
LeGrand 6108
12
Natasha Hudgins
$40
6/9/15 - 7/14/15
T
6 PM - 8 PM
LeGrand 6108
12
Natasha Hudgins
"The Holy Land"
$45
5/26/15 - 6/23/15
T
6 PM - 8 PM
Dr. Phillip Smith
$70
6/23/15 - 7/28/15
T
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6109
Gym 1141 Holding
Kitchen
10
Home Brewing, Introduction to
Photography, Intro to
$70
6/1/15 - 8/3/15
M
6 PM - 8 PM
LeGrand 6108
20
Veterinary Tech Assistant
$70
6/1/15 - 7/20/15
M
5 PM - 7 PM
Bailey 5332
16
Cell Culture
Ceramics
Crochet, Beginner
COMPUTER COURSES
18
PERSONAL INTEREST COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
This high energy class will introduce you to the basics of many fun dances such as salsa, swing, waltz, and rumba. Wear comfortable shoes - not
tennis shoes.
This course will provide participants with the skills to: visualize three dimensional parts from two-dimensional drawings, interpret lines and symbols
and more.
"This course introduces the theory and practices required to successfully initiate and maintain plant and animal cell cultures. Upon completion,
students should be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to grow, maintain, and manipulate cells in culture.”
Ceramics instructor, Joyce Condrey, will guide students through the processes of finishing and firing beautiful ceramic pieces.
This course is a guide to the basics of crochet: picking the right yarn and hooks, basic stitches, reading patterns, and how to put it all together.
Students should bring crochet hook (sizes H-J are best), yarn and scissors.
Through this travelogue, students will visit via media the beautiful land of Israel, known as the Holy Land (in the Old Testament).
Learn the process for crafting a personalized beer to meet your specific taste and about careers in the NC brewing industry. Class is taught by an
experienced brewer who is a member of the American Home Brewers Association and NC Brewers Guild. Must be 21 years old to take this class.
This class is designed to give a student the necessary knowledge to use their camera correctly and confidently. Various lighting and shooting
George "Chip" Nuhrah
techniques will also be studied.
This course is designed to provide instruction related to a veterinarian practice, including veterinary terminology, anatomy and physiology, animal
Clarinda Fox
behavior and communication, and more.
J. Benton Reid
FEE
STARTS/ENDS DAY(S)
TIME
BLDG/ROOM
HOURS
INSTRUCTOR
Computer Basics for Seniors I
$48
5/22/15 - 7/17/15
F
1:30 PM - 4 PM
LeGrand 6110
20
Steve Putnam
Learn the basics of personal computer use in a course designed for senior students.
iPad Training
$70
5/18/15 - 6/10/15
MW
1 PM - 3:30 PM
LeGrand 6108
17.5
Leslie Noggle
$70
6/22/15 - 7/13/15
MW
9:30 AM - 12 PM
LeGrand 6108
17.5
Leslie Noggle
Bring your iPad to class and let our teaching professional help you become a real expert with the capabilities of this amazing product. Maximize your
knowledge, have fun, and increase your job skills.
$20
6/9/15
T
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6114
3
Harvey Whisnant
$20
6/23/15
T
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6114
3
Harvey Whisnant
Intro to Excel 2013
$70
5/28/15 - 7/23/15
Th
6 PM - 8:30 PM
Paksoy 3205
20
Steve Putnam
Introduction to Social Media
$70
5/18/15 - 6/10/15
MW
10 AM - 12 PM
LeGrand 6108
14
Leslie Noggle
$70
6/22/15 - 7/13/15
MW
1 PM - 3 PM
LeGrand 6108
14
Leslie Noggle
$70
5/19/15 - 6/11/15
TTh
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6110
24
Chris Putnam
FEE
STARTS/ENDS DAY(S)
TIME
BLDG/ROOM
HOURS
INSTRUCTOR
Rope Rescue Methods for Tree Rescues
$70
5/16/15 - 5/17/15
8 AM - 5 PM
Brown ETC
16
Clint Walker
TR Ropes Certification Course
$180
5/18/15 - 5/28/15 MTWThF
8 AM - 7 PM
Brown ETC
80
Michael Gordon
Hazardous Materials Chemistry
$180
5/26/15 - 6/5/15 MTWThF
8 AM - 6 PM
Brown ETC
81
Tony Bateman
Intro to E-Bay and Craigslist
Microsoft Windows 8 & MS Office
FIP SPECIALTY COURSES
SaSu
COMPUTER COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
Participants will learn how to post items to sell, find items, and establish a delivery process. They will also learn how to create a pay-pal account and
find important information about a seller listing products.
Intro to Excel 2013 introduces basic spreadsheet design and development including creation, design elements, beginning formulas/functions, and
more.
Introduction to Social Media will cover Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Linked-In. Learn how each site works and gain operational proficiency in
these social media products.
Microsoft Windows 8 & Microsoft Office will provide participants with a firm understanding of how Windows 8 works, and will explore updates in
Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
FIP SPECIALTY COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
In Rope Rescue Methods for Tree Rescues, various rescue techniques will be demonstrated. Course topics include throw line techniques, line
placement, high anchor point placement, rigging setup for the rescue team and more.
The Technical Rescuer Ropes certification course will present to the Technical Rescuer the entire Rescue Technician Ropes Course including victim
management, mechanical advantage systems, anchors and more.
Hazardous Materials Chemistry details various chemical uses, and provides the student with an in-depth understanding of the chemical process and
formulas. Students must attend all 81 hours.
Hazardous Materials Specialties - These courses are new specialties branching from Level One Responder. All currently certified HAZMAT Awareness
and Operations personnel are eligible for these 3 classes.
(1) Protective Equipment/PPE
$70
6/1/15 - 6/2/15
MT
8 AM - 3 PM
Brown ETC
12
Instructor TBA
(2) Decontamination
$70
6/8/15 - 6/9/15
MT
8 AM - 5 PM
Brown ETC
16
Instructor TBA
(3) Air Monitoring & Sampling
$70
6/15/15 - 6/16/15
MT
8 AM - 5 PM
Brown ETC
16
Instructor TBA
FIP Specialty Course Fees are waived for NC Fire/Rescue/EMS Personnel.
Protective Equipment/PPE will expose the HAZMAT Level One Responder to the knowledge and skills needed to: plan a response within the
capabilities of personal protective equipment; implement the planned response; and terminate the incident by completing reports and
documentation pertaining to PPE.
This Decontamination course will cover the knowledge and skills needed to plan and implement a response utilizing mass and technical
decontamination processes.
This Air Monitoring and Sampling course will teach students the knowledge and skills to plan and implement air monitoring and sampling activities.
Summer 2015 Continuing Education schedule
FIP SPECIALTY COURSES
FEE
STARTS/ENDS DAY(S)
TIME
BLDG/ROOM
HOURS
INSTRUCTOR
FIP SPECIALTY COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
Law and Administration will provide a basic understanding of the governmental and legal system. The class must be successfully completed by
Charles Barrett Graham
individuals wanting to earn a certification as a North Carolina Code Enforcement Official.
Law and Administration
$70
6/6/15 - 6/7/15
SaSu
8 AM - 5 PM
Brown ETC
16
Fire Life Safety Educator III: Planning and
Development
$70
6/8/15 - 6/9/15
M
9 AM - 6 PM
Brown ETC
12
James Strickland
T
9 AM - 1 PM
The Fire Life Safety Educator III: Planning and Development course will train personnel in how to develop a fire and life safety education program
using the systematic planning process.
T
2 PM - 6 PM
Brown ETC
12
James Strickland
W
9 AM - 6 PM
The Fire Life Safety Educator III: Education course will teach students how to create training and awareness programs to meet local identified fire
and life safety needs.
Th
8 AM - 7 PM
Brown ETC
10
James Strickland
8 AM - 6 PM
Brown ETC
416
Richard Carroll
Fire Life Safety Educator III: Education
Fire Life Safety Educator III:
Administration
Summer Firefighter Academy 2015
TR: Surface Water Rescue
$70
$70
$180 +
$176.30
Student
Fee
6/9/15 - 6/10/15
6/11/15
6/15/15 - 8/14/15 MTWThF
The Fire Life Safety Educator III: Administration course will detail methods and procedures on how to create fire and life safety goals and objectives,
mission statements, and review loss statistics so that goals are consistent with the organization’s mission.
The purpose of the Firefighter Academy is to produce high quality firefighters who will strengthen the fire protection service in order to provide a
higher degree of customer service.
The Technical Rescuer: Surface Water Rescue course will provide the knowledge, skills, and ability to satisfy the requirements of Chapters Eleven
and Twelve (Surface and Swift Water) of the NFPA 1006; Standard for Technical Rescue Professional Qualifications.
The Driver Operator Series includes the Pumps Series (Introduction to Pumps; Basic Pump Operations; Pump Maintenance; Sprinkler and Standpipe;
Pump Hydraulics; Service Testing; Pump Water Supply), and Aerial Operations (Introduction to Aerials; Basic Aerial Operations; Aerial Maintenance;
Aerial Testing).
$125
7/6/15 - 7/9/15
MTWTh
8 AM - 9 PM
Brown ETC
48
Reid Roper
Driver Operator Series
$70 each
7/6/15 - 8/5/15
MTWThF
Various Hrs.
9 AM - 6 PM
Brown ETC
16-24
Gary Reagan
Fire Inspector, Level II
$125
7/11/15 - 7/19/15
SaSu
8 AM - 5 PM
Brown ETC
32
Claude Wilson
The Fire Inspector, Level II course is designed to develop knowledge and skills for advanced fire prevention code enforcement.
Fire Officer, Level II Certification Course
$125
7/17/15 - 7/19/15
FSSu
8 AM - 6 PM
Brown ETC
27
Instructor TBA
The Fire Officer, Level II Certification course covers the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to serve as an entry-level fire department company
officer.
Fire Instructor, Level I Certification
Course
$125
8/7/15 - 8/9/15
FSSu
8 AM - 6 PM
Brown ETC
27
Dr. John Still
The Fire Instructor, Level I Certification course covers the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to train others in fire service operations.
Emergency Vehicle Driver
$70
8/6/15 - 8/10/15
ThF
9 AM - 4 PM
Brown ETC
20
Gary Reagan
M
9 AM - 6 PM
Brown ETC
The Emergency Vehicle Driver course deals with the safe operation of emergency vehicles, driving skills, legal implications of emergency driving, and
departmental standard operating procedures.
T
9 AM - 1 PM
Brown ETC
12
Instructor TBA
W
9 AM - 6 PM
TIME
BLDG/ROOM
HOURS
Trailer Towing Operations (B.A.T./Big
Awkward Trailers)
EMPLOYABILITY COURSES
Career Readiness Certificate (CRC)
Skill Up Class
*Employability Course fees
are waived if unemployed or
underemployed.
$70
FEE*
$70
8/11/15 - 8/12/15
STARTS/ENDS DAY(S)
5/12/15 - 5/14/15
TWTh
1 PM - 4 PM
LeGrand 6103
9
5/18/15 - 5/21/15
MTWTh
1 PM - 4 PM
LeGrand 6103
12
5/26/15 - 5/28/15
TWTh
1 PM - 4 PM
LeGrand 6103
9
6/1/15 - 6/4/15
MTWTh
1 PM - 4 PM
LeGrand 6103
12
6/8/15 - 6/11/15
MTWTh
1 PM - 4 PM
LeGrand 6103
12
6/15/15 - 6/18/15
MTWTh
1 PM - 4 PM
LeGrand 6103
12
6/22/15 - 6/25/15 MTWTh
1 PM - 4 PM
LeGrand 6103
12
6/29/15 - 7/2/15
MTWTh
1 PM - 4 PM
LeGrand 6103
12
7/6/15 - 7/9/15
MTWTh
1 PM - 4 PM
LeGrand 6103
12
7/13/15 - 7/16/15
MTWTh
1 PM - 4 PM
LeGrand 6103
12
7/20/15 - 7/23/15 MTWTh
1 PM - 4 PM
LeGrand 6103
12
7/27/15 - 7/30/15
MTWTh
1 PM - 4 PM
LeGrand 6103
12
8/3/15 - 8/6/15
MTWTh
1 PM - 4 PM
LeGrand 6103
12
INSTRUCTOR
Danielle Beam, Chad
Chastain, Charles
Christenbury
The Trailer Towing Operations class will teach students to properly and safely handle the trailers that are fast becoming common place in the fire/
rescue service. Driving, backing, loading, etc., will be covered.
EMPLOYABILITY COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
This class provides Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) employability skills training for underemployed or unemployed adults. The curriculum
framework utilizes the computerized CRC skill up materials to address the following areas: Assessing a student’s individual assets, developing
a positive self-image by successfully completing the CRC, employability skills, communication, problem solving skills and awareness of how
technology impacts the workplace.
Summer 2015 Continuing Education schedule
EMPLOYABILITY COURSES
Career Planning and Assessment
FEE*
$70
*Employability Course fees are
waived if unemployed or underemployed.
Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) Lab
$180
Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) Online
$70
Professional Résumé Development
Fundamental Company Assessments
Employee-Focused Competency
Success: Land Your Next Job
INSTRUCTOR
EMPLOYABILITY COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
DWS
2.5
Charles Christenbury
5/27/15
W
8:30 AM - 11 AM
DWS
2.5
Charles Christenbury
6/3/15
W
8:30 AM - 11 AM
DWS
2.5
Charles Christenbury
6/10/15
W
8:30 AM - 11 AM
DWS
2.5
Charles Christenbury
6/17/15
W
8:30 AM - 11 AM
DWS
2.5
Charles Christenbury
6/24/15
W
8:30 AM - 11 AM
DWS
2.5
7/1/15
W
8:30 AM - 11 AM
DWS
2.5
7/8/15
W
8:30 AM - 11 AM
DWS
2.5
Charles Christenbury Career Planning and Assessment provides employability skills training for unemployed and underemployed adults. The curriculum framework is
designed to assess interests, attitudes, aptitudes, and readiness as it relates to career, employment, and/or educational goals. The content of
Charles Christenbury
the instructional materials focuses on the following topics: personal development, career development, career exploration, goal setting and the
Charles Christenbury development of a written plan of action.
7/15/15
W
8:30 AM - 11 AM
DWS
2.5
Charles Christenbury
7/22/15
W
8:30 AM - 11 AM
DWS
2.5
Charles Christenbury
7/29/15
W
8:30 AM - 11 AM
DWS
2.5
Charles Christenbury
8/5/15
W
8:30 AM - 11 AM
DWS
2.5
Charles Christenbury
8/12/15
W
8:30 AM - 11 AM
DWS
2.5
Charles Christenbury
5/12/15 - 8/7/15
MTWThF
8 AM - 12 PM
LeGrand 6103
268
Chad Chastain,
The Career Readiness Lab course provides employability skills training for unemployed and underemployed adults. Instruction is designed to be selfCharles Christenbury,
directed, self-paced, and structured on an open-entry, open-exit basis to meet the customized needs of individuals and/or partner agencies.
Danielle Beam
4/6/15 - 4/30/15
ONLINE
16
Danielle Beam
5/4/15 - 5/29/15
ONLINE
16
Danielle Beam
ONLINE
MTWTh
7/6/15 - 7/9/15
$70
5/18/15 - 5/21/15
16
Danielle Beam
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6112
12
Marilyn Ramsey
MTWTh
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6112
12
Marilyn Ramsey
MTWTh
9 AM - 12 PM
DWS
12
Peggy Ledford
6/15/15 - 6/18/15
MTWTh
9 AM - 12 PM
DWS
12
Peggy Ledford
7/13/15 - 7/16/15
MTWTh
9 AM - 12 PM
DWS
12
Peggy Ledford
8/10/15 - 8/13/15
MTWTh
9 AM - 12 PM
DWS
12
Peggy Ledford
5/26/15 - 5/28/15
TWTh
9 AM - 12 PM
DWS
9
Peggy Ledford
6/22/15 - 6/25/15 MTWTh
9 AM - 12 PM
DWS
12
Peggy Ledford
7/20/15 - 7/23/15 MTWTh
9 AM - 12 PM
DWS
12
Peggy Ledford
5/26/15 - 5/28/15
TWTh
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6112
9
Marilyn Ramsey
6/1/15 to 6/4/15
MTWTh
9 AM - 12 PM
DWS
12
Paul McKnight
6/22/15 - 6/25/15 MTWTh
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6112
12
Marilyn Ramsey
MTWTh
9 AM - 12 PM
DWS
12
Paul McKnight
7/20/15 - 7/23/15 MTWTh
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6112
12
Marilyn Ramsey
7/27/15 - 7/30/15
MTWTh
9 AM - 12 PM
DWS
12
Paul McKnight
5/18/15 - 5/21/15
MTWTh
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6108
12
Tammy Phillips
6/8/15 - 6/11/15
MTWTh
9 AM - 12 PM
Hunt 2071
12
Janice Morton
6/15/15 - 6/18/15
MTWTh
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6110
12
Tammy Phillips
7/6/15 - 7/9/15
MTWTh
9 AM - 12 PM
Hunt 2071
12
Janice Morton
7/13/15 - 7/16/15
MTWTh
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6110
12
Tammy Phillips
8/3/15 - 8/6/15
MTWTh
9 AM - 12 PM
Hunt 2071
12
Janice Morton
6/29/15 - 7/2/15
$70
HOURS
8:30 AM - 11 AM
6/8/15 - 6/11/15
$70
BLDG/ROOM
W
6/1/15 - 6/26/15
$70
TIME
5/20/15
$70
Cleveland County Work-Ready
Certificate (CCWRC) Courses
Utilizing NCWorks for Job Search
STARTS/ENDS DAY(S)
The Career Readiness Certificate class provides employability skills training including communication and problem solving skills. Registration fees
are waived if you are unemployed or underemployed. All students must preregister in the Continuing Education office located on the first floor of
the LeGrand Center.
Professional Résumé Development provides employability skills training to unemployed and underemployed adults. The class focuses on using
technology in the development and implementation of job search strategies, researching career and occupational information using technology, and
more.
This course provides employability skills training for unemployed and underemployed adults. The curriculum framework is based on manufacturing,
distribution and service careers. The following topics are included: employability skills, job search strategies, entry-level awareness and college
readiness.
This course provides employability training for unemployed and underemployed adults. The curriculum framework addresses: 1) assessment of
individual assets and limitations, 2) development of a positive self-concept, 3) development of employability skills, 4) development of communication
skills, 5) development of problem solving skills, 6) awareness of the impact of information technology in the workplace, and 7) workplace safety.
Success: Land Your Next Job covers the personal competencies and qualities needed to project marketability for employment. Individuals will
establish a career action plan while understanding time management, problem solving skills, change management and job search skills. Students
will learn how to assess and profile their skills, aptitudes, training, and future career interests. The class will address interpersonal skills that
teach them to effectively market themselves; creating a confident, positive self-image. There will also be a focus on how to dress for success, write
cover letters and résumés, as well as developing interviewing and networking skills.
The Utilizing NCWorks for Job Search class will focus on the importance of utilizing NCWorks (computer software and hardware) to gain
employment. Each student will develop a moderate comfort level in computer usage. Inside NCWorks, students will develop a dynamic résumé,
cover letter, and learn how to apply for positions through NCWorks online and follow-up.
Summer 2015 Continuing Education schedule
EMT COURSES
TIME
BLDG/ROOM
HOURS
INSTRUCTOR
5/25/15
M
6 PM - 10 PM
Brown ETC #1
4
TBA
6/22/15
M
6 PM - 10 PM
Brown ETC #1
4
TBA
7/27/15
M
6 PM -10 PM
Brown-ETC # 1
4
TBA
8/10/15
M
6 PM - 10 PM
Brown ETC #1
4
TBA
5/26/15
T
6 PM - 10 PM
Brown-ETC # 1
4
TBA
6/23/15
T
6 PM - 10 PM
Brown ETC #1
4
TBA
7/28/15
T
6 PM - 10 PM
Brown ETC #1
4
TBA
8/3/15
M
6 PM - 10 PM
Brown ETC #1
4
TBA
$ 70 +
$20 Card
6/13/15 - 6/14/15
SaSu
9 AM - 5:30 PM
Brown ETC #1
16
TBA
ACLS - Advanced Cardiac Life Support
$ 70 +
$7 Card
5/30/15 - 5/31/15
SaSu
9 AM - 5:30 PM
Brown ETC #1
16
TBA
PALS - Pediatric Advanced Life Support
$70 +
$7 Card
7-18-15 - 7-19-15
SaSu
9 AM - 5:30 PM
Brown-ETC # 1
16
TBA
$70 +
$20 Card
6/12/15
F
9 AM - 5:30 PM
Brown ETC #1
8
TBA
$70
6/5/15 - 6/6/15
FSa
9 AM - 5:30 PM
Brown ETC #1
16
TBA
$70
8/1/15 - 8/2/15
SaSu
9 AM - 5:30 PM
Brown ETC #1
16
TBA
$180 +
$6.30 Fee
6/1/15 -11/25/15
MW
9 AM - 1 PM
Brown ETC #3
203
6/1/15 - 11/25/15
MW
6 PM - 10 PM
Brown ETC #3
203
6/2/15 - 11/21/15
TTh
6 PM - 10 PM
Brown ETC #3
203
AHA BLS Healthcare Provider Course
AHA Heartsaver® First Aid, CPR & AED
International Trauma Life SupportBasic & Advanced Course
Pediatric- International Trauma Life
Support
Pediatric Education for Prehospital
Professionals (PEPP)
Geriatric Education for Emergency
Medical Services (GEMS)
EMT-Basic
EMT-Paramedic
EMS 3000 Basic Anatomy & Physiology
EMT Course Fees are waived for
NC Fire/Rescue/EMS Personnel.
FEE
$70 +
$5 Card
$70 +
$5 Card
STARTS/ENDS DAY(S)
$ 180 +
8/10/15 - 7/18/16
$76.30 fee
$180
7/6/15 - 8/8/15
Louie Ledford &
Donald Loucks
David Trammel &
Chris Swansson
David Trammel &
Chris Swansson
MTh
9 AM - 5:30 PM
Brown ETC #3
1158 (w/
Clinical)
Timothy Ware &
Melissa Parker
MW
9 AM - 5:30 PM
Brown ETC #1
80
Jessica Smith
EMT COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
In the AHA BLS Healthcare Provider course, healthcare professionals learn to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR to victims
of all ages, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner.
The AHA Heartsaver® First Aid, CPR & AED course is a basic first aid and CPR class. Students will learn Adult CPR & AED use, adult choking, child
CPR and AED use, infant CPR and choking and universal first aid. (Not suitable for healthcare providers requiring AHA Healthcare Provider CPR
certification.)
The International Trauma Life Support - Basic & Advanced Course is accepted internationally as the standard training course for prehospital trauma
care. It's used as a state-of-the-art continuing education course, and as an essential curriculum in many paramedic, EMT and first-responder
training programs.
ACLS - Advanced Cardiac Life Support is an advanced, instructor-led classroom course that highlights the importance of team dynamics and
communication, systems of care and immediate post-cardiac arrest care. It also covers airway management and related pharmacology.
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) is a video-based, instructor-led course that uses a series of simulated pediatric emergencies to reinforce the
important concepts of a systematic approach to pediatric assessment, basic life support, PALS treatment algorithms, effective resuscitation and
team dynamics.
Pediatric- International Trauma Life Support course continues the training of the Basic and Advanced courses with an emphasis on understanding
and responding to trauma in children.
Pediatric Education for Prehospital Professionals (PEPP) represents a comprehensive source of prehospital medical information for the emergent
care of infants and children. It will teach prehospital professionals how to better assess and manage ill or injured children.
Geriatric Education for Emergency Medical Services (GEMS) represents the most credible and complete source of prehospital medical information for
older adults.
EMT-Basic - This course introduces basic emergency medical care. Topics include preparatory, airway, patient assessment, medical emergencies,
trauma, infants and children, and operations. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to
achieve North Carolina State or National Registry EMT-Basic certification. Students must complete a reading placement test the first night of class.
Student prerequisites: High school diploma or GED. If student is under 18 years of age, he/she must be attending high school and provide a Cleveland
Community College Dual Enrollment form stating the high school he/she is attending and courses taken.
EMT-Paramedic - This course builds upon skills and assessments learned in the EMT-Basic course and transitions students to be able to provide
advanced level care. Topics include, but are not limited to, anatomy and physiology, advanced airway management, IV therapy and emergency drug
therapy, cardiology, EKG interpretation, and medical and trauma patient assessment. Students will have vast opportunities for hands on experience
in the clinical setting. Student prerequisites: currently certified as EMT-Basic (NC or National Registry); possess a high school diploma or GED; pass
an entrance exam assessing reading and math skills (must be 12-grade level); Anatomy and Physiology. A course in Anatomy and Physiology will be
offered 7-6-15 to 8-6-15 for those students who have not had the course.
EMS Basic Anatomy & Physiology covers those topics as required as pre/co-requisite for EMT –Paramedic Course entry.
Summer 2015 Continuing Education schedule
SMALL BUSINESS CENTER COURSES
First Time Landlord: Successful Strategies for
Investment Properties
FEE
STARTS/ENDS DAY(S)
TIME
BLDG/ROOM
INSTRUCTOR
SMALL BUSINESS CENTER COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
NA
5/21/15
Th
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6109
Chad Chastain
First Time Landlord: Successful Strategies for Investment Properties will help you with the essential information you should have before buying
your first property.
How to Successfully Interest an Investor to Buy Your
Business
NA
5/28/15
Th
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6109
Michelle Garey
How to Successfully Interest an Investor to Buy Your Business shows both potential business buyers and sellers the buy/sell processes, how
businesses are valued, and ways that a business can be enhanced before the sale.
Maintaining a Profitable Small Business
NA
6/4/15
Th
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6109
Michelle Garey
The Maintaining a Profitable Small Business seminar will help the small business owner identify methods for maintaining financial records, use key
reports to operate the business, and learn how to use financial statements to identify potential problems before they become a serious threat to
the business’s survival.
Am I Cut Out to Be An Entrepreneur?
NA
6/11/15
Th
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6109
Becky Sain
Am I Cut Out to Be An Entrepreneur? This workshop is designed for people who are thinking about owning their own business. Participants will
examine some of the questions that should be asked before going into business.
Will My Business Idea Support Me?
NA
6/18/15
Th
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6109
Becky Sain
Will My Business Idea Support Me? This seminar will identify personal qualities and skills of successful business owners and other factors that
contribute to the success of small businesses.
Optimize Your Online Business Presence
NA
6/25/15
Th
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6109
Jeffrey Champion
The Optimize Your Online Business Presence seminar will help small business owners learn how to enhance engagement online with a content
management marketing strategy for their particular existing business or prospective business.
Business Essentials
NA
7/16/15
Th
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6109
Karen Bargsley
The Business Essentials seminar, for the entrepreneur or small business owner, will provide an understanding of the laws and obligations
necessary for a business to be compliant.
Social Media: Using Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
in Business
NA
7/23/15
Th
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6110
Jennipher Harrill
Social Media: Using Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in Business, a seminar for the entrepreneur or small business owner, will provide an
understanding of just how critical it is for a business to have a presence on the Internet.
Small Business Website Development
NA
7/30/15
Th
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6110
Chance Witherspoon
Business Entities - Should My Small Business
Incorporate?
NA
8/6/15
Th
6 PM - 9 PM
LeGrand 6109
Don Bridges
All Small Business Center seminars are co-sponsored by the Cleveland
County Chamber, the Uptown Shelby Association, and the Cleveland County
Business Development Center. The Small Business Center at Cleveland
Community College sponsors and presents other seminars and training
workshops in our partnerships with various Cleveland County and North
Small Business Website Development is a seminar designed for the business owner. It is an introduction to the fundamentals of developing a
business website and will include information on how to secure a domain name, acquire web hosting, and develop the website.
Business Entities - Should My Small Business Incorporate? This seminar will deal with the subject of legal entities and which one is appropriate for
an individual’s particular business. This class is for the entrepreneur or small business owner.
For more information, contact Steve
Padgett: (704) 669-4146 or
[email protected]
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