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REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
Hands on
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Mission Statement
School of Ulster BOCES Adult Education
Post Secondary Programs
Practical Nurse..............................................................................................................4
Surgical Technologist...............................................................................................5
Medical Assistant........................................................................................................6
Cosmetology.................................................................................................................9
Career Track Classes
Air Conditioning Technician.............................................................................11
Barbering.........................................................................................................................9
Childhood Education............................................................................................17
Electrical Apprentice & Trades.........................................................................12
Health & Medical....................................................................................................4-8
Innovative Manufacturing Technology.....................................................13
Oil Heat Technician.................................................................................................11
Renewable Energy..................................................................................................10
Security Guard...........................................................................................................18
ServSafe & Hospitality...........................................................................................15
Trades.................................................................................................................. 14 & 23
Adult Literacy
HSE, ESL & Home Study............................................................................... 23-26
Community Education
The Arts..........................................................................................................................32
Boating Safety............................................................................................................34
Chef du Jour............................................................................................ 20-22 & 27
Computer Training.......................................................................................... 35-37
Crafts...............................................................................................................................32
Driving Programs.....................................................................................................34
Fitness & Health........................................................................................................28
Language Arts...........................................................................................................33
Personal Growth.......................................................................................................30
Weekend Warrior.....................................................................................................19
General Information
Workforce Development....................................................................................40
Refund Policy................................................................................................. 38 & 42
Registration Information.....................................................................................43
School closing.................................................................................................. 2 & 42
At Ulster BOCES, our mission is to provide high quality shared
educational, administrative, and technical services that will enable
component school districts to develop the capacity in their students and adults to achieve higher standards of performance. With
an emphasis on economic efficiencies, Ulster BOCES is committed
to offering educational programs that enable all students to prepare for employment and /or post-secondary education.
Locations
BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTER (BR)
651 Development Court (Albany Ave), Kingston
CAREER & TECHNICAL CENTER (CT)
Route 9W, Port Ewen
ELLENVILLE LEARNING CENTER
104/105 Center Street, Ellenville
HIGHLAND HIGH SCHOOL (HH)
320 Pancake Hollow Road, Highland
MARLBORO MIDDLE SCHOOL (MM)
4375 ROute 9W, Marlboro
NEW PALTZ CONFERENCE CENTER (NP)
175 Route 32 North, New Paltz
RONDOUT VALLEY SCHOOL (RO)
122 Kyserike Road, Accord
ULSTER BOCES CTC at Lake Katrine (LK)
727 Grant Avenue, Lake Katrine
Ulster BOCES is a
NON-SMOKING campus.
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Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
Ulster Adult Career Education Center
Route 9W, Port Ewen
Wednesday,
Hands
on Education
Air Conditioning Technician
Wednesday
August 6, 2014
5:30 – 7:30 PM
Automotive Technology
Barbering
Child Development
Associate Program
Cosmetology
Electrical Apprentice
At an Open House, You can:
Meet with career counselors
Learn about financial assistance
See if you can attend for free
Learn about career possibilities
Enjoy refreshments
Register for a class
Innovative Manufacturing
Medical Assistant
Nurse Assistant
Oil Heat Technician
Practical Nurse
Photovoltaic Installer
Surgical Technology
Welding
HANDS ON EDUCATION! Explore your
options by attending an OPEN HOUSE.
Cannot Make the Open House?
Call (845) 331-5050 to schedule a tour & orientation appointment.
DO YOU HAVE A SKILL OR TALENT TO SHARE? Consider joining the dedicated Adult Education Team at Ulster
Adult Career Education Center, a division of Ulster BOCES as an Instructor. Teaching certification may not be required
for some classes. New course proposals will be accepted by email to: [email protected] or by easy link to an
online form at www.ulsterboces.org/courseproposal.
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
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REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
HEALTH & MEDICAL
The School of Practical Nursing Nursing: a career for life!
See Page 38
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The Practical Nursing (PN) program encompasses 1200 Hours of classroom and clinical instruction. Graduates are prepared to take the
National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX). Ulster BOCES is committed to providing excellent, competitively priced education on a convenient
schedule. Full time day, full time evening and part time day programs are available to our students. Eligible for VA Educational Benefits.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
High School Diploma, HSE or WES Equivalency for foreign High
School graduates.
Submission of a complete PN Application together with references, driver’s license and social security card with a $200.00
non-refundable application/testing fee.
Successful ATI/Admission Assessment.
Completion of Financial Aid Orientation and FAFSA application.
Successful completion of the interview process with payment
of the $300.00 Deposit of Intent, (of which $100 is
non-refundable).
While enrolled in the Practical Nursing program, students will
qualify to take the NYS Nurse Assistant Certification Examination.
Call (845) 331-0902 for additional information.
CLASS & CLINICAL HOURS:
Full Time Day Program:
Monday through Friday 8:30 AM – 2 PM
Clinical(s) 8 AM – 2 PM
Evening Program:
Monday through Friday 5 – 10:30 PM
Clinical(s) 5 – 11 PM
Part Time Day Program (Year I) Monday through Friday 11:30 AM – 2 PM
Clinical(s) 11:30 AM – 2P M
Plus Part Time Day Program (Year II) Monday through Friday 8:00 AM – 10:30 AM
Clinical(s) 8 AM – 10:30 AM
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TUITION & ANTICIPATED EXPENSES:
2015 -2016 School Year
Tuition, (Books Included)
Application /Testing Fee
$12,219.00
200.00 (non-refundable)
ESTIMATED ADDITIONAL EXPENSES:
Physical Exam
400.00
Uniform
160.00
Shoes
90.00
CPR/FA
Variable
State Board Examination
343.00
Transportation/Parking Variable
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For more information about our
graduation rates, the median debt of
students who completed the program, and
other important information please visit our web site at
www.ulsterboces.org/gainfulemploymentdata.
INFORMATION SESSIONS –
RETURNING WINTER 2015
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE!
Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
HEALTH & MEDICAL
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Ulster County BOCES is accredited through the:
Commission on Accreditation of
Allied Health Programs (CAAHEP)
1361 Park Street, Clearwater FL 33756,
727-210-2350, www.caahep.org, [email protected]
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ARC/STSA
6 W. Dry Creek Circle, Ste #110, Littleton, CO 80120,
(P) 303-694-9262 (F) 303-741-3655
Ulster BOCES is opening the doors to the Operating Room for
you! This intense 970-hour 10 month program will prepare you
as an allied health professional who works closely with surgeons,
anesthesiologists, registered nurses and other surgical personnel
delivering patient care and assuming appropriate responsibilities
before, during, and after surgery.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
High School Diploma, HSE or WES Equivalency
Submission of complete Surg Tech application with references,
driver’s license and social security card; and non-refundable
$200 application/testing fee.
Successful ATI/Admission Assessment.
Completion of Financial Aid Orientation and FAFSA application
Successful completion of the interview process with payment of
the $300 Deposit of Intent, (of which $100 is non-refundable)
CLASS & CLINICAL HOURS:
Class: Mon – Thurs. 8:30 – 3PM
Clinical(s) – Mon – Thurs. 7AM –2:30PM
Surgical Rotation – Minimum of 120-Case Clinical Rotation
Now accepting applications for September 2015.
The Surgical Technician is an essential player on the Surgical Team
and works closely with the surgeon to ensure the proper delivery
of instruments during surgical procedures.
TUITION & ANTICIPATED EXPENSES:
Tuition (includes textbooks and testing fees) $10,799.00
ESTIMATED ADDITIONAL EXPENSES:
Physical
. Exam................................................................................................. $400.00
Shoes ......................................................................................................................
$90.00
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Uniform. .............................................................................................................. $130.00
$89.00
CPR/FA ..................................................................................................................
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Background .Check ....................................................................................... $90.00
Drug Screen ....................................................................................................Variable
Enrollment Capacity: 22
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
Students successfully completing the program must sit for the
National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting
Certification Exam.
National Board of Surgical Technology and
Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA)
6 West Dry Creed Circle, Ste. 100, Littletown, CO 80120
www.nbstsa.org
A criminal background check is required prior to admission
and a drug screen is required prior to clinical.
For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt
of students who completed the program, and other important
information please visit our web site at www.ulsterboces.org/
gainfulemploymentdata.
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REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
Hands on
HEALTH & MEDICAL
Medical Assistant (MA)
This 840-hour course will provide the student with a comprehensive
overview that will include theoretical and clinical concepts as well as the
financial/administrative functions within a medical office and a 140-hour
clinical externship in a medical office/facility. High School or HSE diploma is required to sit for the National Certification Exam.
Introduction to Clinical Healthcare (Module A)
- Medical Terminology • 60 hrs
- Anatomy & Physiology 1 • 50 hrs
- Medical Coding ICD-9 & CPT • 60 hrs
- Health Insurance Billing/Collections • 60 hrs
Total 230 hours
Financial & Management (Module B)
- Anatomy & Physiology II • 50 hrs
- Medical Law & Ethics • 30 hrs
- Human Relations • 30 hrs
- Computer Applications (MS Word) • 20 hrs
- Medical Office Applications • 70 hrs
- Medical Office Management Skills • 30 hrs
Total 230 hours
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ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS:
Submission of a completed MA application. High School Diploma,
HSE OR WES Equivalency for foreign High school graduates.
Successful completion of the interview process with payment of
the non-refundable $100 application fee.
TUITION & ANTICIPATED EXPENSES:
Tuition$8,729.00
Application (non-refundable) Fee
100.00
Uniform150.00
Shoes
90.00
Certification Examination
90.00
CPR/First Aid
varies
Physicalvaries
RMA-1415LK • $8,729 (textbooks included and NCCT testing fee)
Call 331-0902 for an admissions appointment for classes starting
September 8, 2014
VA approved training program.
Ulster BOCES offers a customized training program to achieve a
certificate of completion for Medical Billing & Coding that may be
accomplished by registering for Management portion (Module
A) of the program. Call (845) 331-0902 for more information.
NEW!
NEW!
Clinical Skills (Module C)
- Clinical Asepsis • 40 hrs
- Clinical Procedures • 40 hrs
- Pharmacology • 30 hrs
- Electrocardiography • 30 hrs
- Laboratory Procedures • 100 hrs
Total 240 hours
Clinical Externship (Module D)
Requires 100% attendance • 140 hrs
Students who successfully complete all aspects of this program
and one-year full-time practical experience in the field will be
eligible to sit for the Registered Medical Assistant Exam. Students
will also sit for the NCCT (National Center for Competency Testing)
at the conclusion of the program.
A subsidized training grant is available for individuals unemployed for 20 weeks or more. An option of two career
pathway concentrations are offered; ENHANCED MEDICAL ASSISTANT or HEALTHCARE I.T.TECHNICIAN.
Join us at the OPEN HOUSE, August 6 at 5:30 p.m. to learn more about this exciting training opportunity.
Nursing Assistant (NA)
Students are trained in many aspects of providing service with emphasis on developing good patient care. After successfully completing this 125‑hour course and passing the NYS Department of Health Certification Exam, students are
qualified for work in long‑term care facilities, hospitals, or home care
Course Code
Meeting Dates
Meeting Time
DAYS
agencies. A physical exam is required prior to starting the program.
CN101-0804LK
08/04 – 09/05/14
8:15 am – 1:45 pm
No previous experience is necessary. Clinical training will occur at
CN101-0908LK
09/08 – 10/09/14
8:15 am – 1:45 pm
a local health care facility in Kingston. Approved for the training of
CN1011014LK
10/14 – 11/17/14
8:15 am – 1:45 pm
Veterans. Call 331‑0902 for an admission appointment and to
CN101-1121aLK
11/21 – 12/31/14
8:15 am – 1:45 pm
register. Tuition is $1,284.00, (plus required clinical uniform
CN101-0107LK
01/07 – 02/10/15
8:15 am – 1:45 pm
and physical exam.)
NIGHTS
Free training courses for long-term unemployed individuals interested in the Nursing Assistant program is now OPEN for students,
agency referrals and admissions appointments. Call (845) 331-0902
for an admissions interview (expiring end of September 2014).
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CN101-0908CT
CN101-1105CT
CN101-0126CT
09/08 – 10/30/14
11/05 – 01/15/15
01/26 – 03/18/15
CN101-0929EL
CN101-1110EL
CN101-0406EL
09/29 – 10/31/14
11/10 – 12/17/14
04/06 – 05/08/15
5 – 9 pm
5 – 9 pm
5 – 9 pm
DAYS
8:30 am – 2:00 pm
8:30 am – 2:00 pm
8:30 am – 2:00 pm
Location
Lake Katrine
Lake Katrine
Lake Katrine
Lake Katrine
Lake Katrine
Port Ewen
Port Ewen
Port Ewen
NEW Location!
Ellenville
Ellenville
Ellenville
Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
HEALTH & MEDICAL
Creative Arts Therapy Certificate
Program ‑ NEW!
The Creative Arts Therapy Certificate Program is designed for licensed
mental health, social service, human services, and educational practitioners interested in professional development in creative arts therapy. The program offers a systematic approach to the design and facilitation expressive arts methods and their utilization within the context of
multiple helping professions. For non‑licensed participants, the program
can be utilized as hands on preparation for advance professional training
in the field of creative arts therapy. Training in the Creative Arts Therapy
Certificate program will provide participants with the ability to integrate
and apply arts modalities and creative activities into their practice with
diverse populations. No previous art experience is necessary. Continuing
Education Units are available at the rate of 1 CEU per 10 professional
development hours. NOTE: The number of classes a participant takes
is optional, however classes must be taken consecutively. CEU’s will
be issued according to number of professional development hours
accrued. Certificate of Completion will be issued for professionals completing the entire program only. All classes will be held at the Career
& Technical Center, Port Ewen. Saturday sessions meet 9 AM – 12
Noon. Instructor: Lucy Barbera, PhD. (Introductory Session is
pre-requisite)
HM118‑0207CT
$100.00
HM118‑0906iCT
$50.00
2/7/2015‑2/7/2015 Days:Sa
9/6/2014‑9/6/2014 Days:Sa
9:00 AM‑12:00 PM
Sessions: 1 HM118‑0307CT
$100.00
Lucy Barbera Career & Tech Ctr PE 3/7/2015‑3/7/2015 Days:Sa
HM118‑0913CT
$100.00
HM118‑0411CT
$100.00
9/13/2014‑9/13/2014 Days:Sa
4/11/2015‑4/11/2015 Days:Sa
HM118‑1004CT
$100.00
HM118‑0502CT
$100.00
10/4/2014‑10/4/2014 Days:Sa
5/2/2015‑5/2/2015 Days:Sa
HM118‑1101CT
$100.00
HM118‑0606CT
$100.00
11/1/2014‑11/1/2014 Days:Sa
6/6/2015‑6/6/2015 Days:Sa
HM118‑1206CT
$100.00
HM118‑0711CT
$100.00
12/6/2014‑12/6/2014 Days:Sa
7/11/2015‑7/11/2015 Days:Sa
HM118‑0110CT
$100.00
HM118‑0808CT
$100.00
1/10/2015‑1/10/2015 Days:Sa
8/8/2015‑8/8/2015 Days:Sa
CPR/First Aid Class for Health Occupations
A formal CPR/First Aid training, this course includes basic first aid, CPR,
maneuvers for choking victims and how to use an automated external
defibrillator. This course is recommended for all Ulster BOCES health care
students, and is open for public enrollment. Taught by Joseph Poptanich,
all sections will meet at the Career & Technical Center, Port Ewen.
HM1101-004CT
$89.00
10/4/2014-10/4/2014 Days:Sa
9:00 AM -2:00 PM
Sessions: 1
HM1101-115CT
$89.00
11/15/2014-11/15/2014 Days:Sa
9:00 AM -2:00 PM
Sessions: 1
HM1100-110CT
$89.00
1/10/2015-1/10/2015 Days:Sa
9:00 AM -2:00 PM
Sessions: 1
Joseph Poptanich
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
Culturally Competent Care for Diverse
Populations, and Health Literacy
Cultural and language differences from diverse racial, ethnic, and
socio-cultural backgrounds of patients, colleagues, and staff may engender misunderstanding, a lack of compliance or other factors that
negatively influence clinical situations and impact a patient’s health.
This course is designed with tips for health care workers in the use
of plain language, demonstrative tools, and specific communication
skills to ensure health care directives are understood. Ensure that your
patient and their family members clearly understand the basic health
information, make appropriate healthcare decisions and are able to
navigate the healthcare system. Offered quarterly, this class is 12 instructional hours, $129 Tuition (including materials). Call 331‑0902 for
training dates and admissions appointment.
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
This program covers Anatomy & Physiology, initial patient survey and
triage, airway management, oxygen therapy, treatment of bleeding,
shock, cardiac arrest, fractures, spinal injuries, and other medical
emergencies. This course is designed for anyone interested in working in public safety including fire, police, and ambulance occupations.
Students who successfully complete this program may sit for the
National Registry Examination. Call 331-5050 to schedule an admissions interview.
HM105-0906CT
9/6/2014-5/9/2015
8:45 AM-3:15 PM
Instructor EMT
$775.00
Days:
Sa
Sessions: 30
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Practicing Dental Assistant
Do you have a license yet? What are you waiting for? Our convenient Alternative Licensing Program makes it easy. Continuous
enrollment offered. Admission and grading for all 16 required
examinations for NYS Licensing. Up to one year of unlimited
classes. Take only the classes you need. Tests can be taken as soon
as you are ready. Highly flexible schedule for classes and testing.
Prerequisite: Current employment in a dental office. Proof of High
School Diploma or equivalent is required. A one‑time $1,099 fee
includes the cost of textbooks. Call 331‑5050 ext 2209 to register.
HM104‑1415CT
9/11/2014‑6/11/2015
6:30 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Rose Mauro
$1,099.00
Days:TTh
Sessions: 38
Career & Tech Ctr PE
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REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
HEALTH & MEDICAL
Wilderness First Aid
The Wilderness First Aid course will help you prepare for the unexpected. This fast paced, hands‑on training is designed to meet
the needs of trip leaders, camp staff, outdoor enthusiasts, hikers,
kayakers and individuals working in remote locations. It will introduce you to caring for people who become ill or injured far from
definitive medical care. Classroom lectures and demonstrations
are combined with realistic scenarios where mock patients will
challenge you to integrate your learning and practice skills hands
on. You will learn to improvise medical care by creating makeshift
items in your environment to assist with immobilization, bleeding
control and other medical emergencies. You will also learn the
guidelines for CPR in remote locations. At the end of the course,
you will have the knowledge, skills and ability to make sound decisions in emergency situations while in the wilderness. Course
completion results in a Wilderness First Aid certification only ‑ not
a CPR certification.
PG175‑0913CT
9/13/2014‑10/4/2014
8:30 AM‑12:30 PM
Health Quest
$160.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 4
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Sports & Injury Prevention Course ‑ NEW!
Sports First Aid and Injury Prevention was developed to help coaches, athletic trainers, athletes and parents of athletes manage the
common emergencies they will likely encounter while participating in sports. The course includes coverage of the phases of injury
and the injury prevention model, prevention tips for sports‑related
injuries common to specific sports, and appropriate treatment
for common injuries and illnesses. The following topics will be
covered during the training: Assessment, Bleeding Control, Shock
Management, Illness Assessment, Injury Assessment. Students will
practice simulated injuries to gain competency in skills. This course
meets the NYS coaching requirements for 1st Aid.
HM120‑0825LK
8/25/2014‑8/27/2014
5:30 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Health Quest
$80.00
Days:MW
Sessions: 2
LKC Ulster CTC
HM120‑0913CT
9/13/2014‑9/13/2014
9:00 AM‑ 3:00 PM
Health Quest
$80.00
Days:Sa
Sessions:1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
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American Heart Association
Friends & Family CPR/AED®
Learn lifesaving skills of adult Hands‑Only® CPR, child CPR with
breaths, adult and child AED use, infant CPR with breaths and relief
of choking in an adult, child or infant. Skills are taught in a dynamic
group environment by using the AHA’s research‑proven practice‑while‑watching technique, which provides students with the
most hands‑on CPR practice time possible. Family & Friends CPR is
for people who want to learn CPR but do not require a certification
card in CPR for their job. This course is ideal for schools, community groups, new parents, grandparents, babysitters and others
interested in learning how to save a life. This course is NOT suitable
for community professionals that require a CPR certification card.
HM119‑0927CT
9/27/2014‑9/27/2014
8:30 AM‑12:30 PM
Health Quest
$40.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
HM119‑1025EL
$40.00
10/25/2014‑10/25/2014 Days:Sa
9:00 AM‑ 1:00 PM
Sessions: 1
Health Quest
ELC BOCES Learning Center
HM119‑1108CT
11/8/2014‑11/8/2014
8:30 AM‑12:30 PM
Health Quest
$40.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
First Aid Course – NEW!
This course covers basic first aid for trauma and illness, maneuvers
for choking victims and environmental emergencies. This course
does not cover CPR, it is 1st Aid only but you may take this course
in conjunction with a CPR AED Course. Course completion results
in a certification card valid for 2‑years from the American Heart
Association. This course meets requirements for day care workers,
construction works, day camp counselors, security, students and
many other community professions. This course does not meet
the requirements for NYS Coaches. Please see the Sports & Injury
Prevention course to meet that requirement. HM121‑1101CT
11/1/2014‑11/1/2014
8:30 AM‑12:30 PM
Health Quest
$55.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
HM121‑1206CT
12/6/2014‑12/6/2014
8:30 AM‑12:30 PM
Health Quest
$55.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
BEAUTY ENHANCEMENT
Cosmetology
for New York State Licensing
Become an artist on the “cutting” edge of trends, and learn how
to transform a customer’s style from modest to marvelous! A
cosmetologist is more than just a hairstylist. Cosmetology is
the broadest and most all encompassing of the beauty disciplines, covering hair, nails, makeup, skin care and waxing all in
one program. At the Ulster Adult Career Education Center, our
Cosmetology Program provides you with instruction in a professional lab setting, where you will learn and practice techniques
expected of a professional cosmetologist. Under the guidance of
our experienced instructors, you will enjoy hands‑on practice on
manikins and fellow classmates, plus participate in weekly public
clinical sessions. Our 1,000‑hour program prepares you for NYS licensing and offers you the opportunity to learn the essential skills
necessary to be successful in today’s fast paced, modern salon
setting. Make your dreams a reality by calling 331‑5050, X2209 to
schedule an admissions interview with facility tour today!
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Part-Time Program:
Monday-Thursday
3:00 -6:00 PM OR 6:30 - 9:30 PM
Tuition: $7,999 (plus $600 for textbook, kit & supplies)
Enrollment Agreements are negotiated by appointment only.
Appointments should be scheduled a minimum of two weeks
prior to anticipated start date.
Barbering for NYS Licensing
Quick Wig Making Workshop ‑ NEW!
The required 500 hours of classroom and hands‑on training will provide students with the preparation they need to pass the New York
State Licensing Exam without the need for an apprenticeship. This
course includes the three‑hour mandated HIV/Aids and Hepatitis
Awareness for Barbers. Call 331‑5050 ext 2209 for more information
about the program, payment plans and a tour of the classroom.
Students are expected to bring models to class for practice. For
more details attend our Open House Wednesday, August 6 at 5:30
PM. Approved for the training of Veterans.
Learn to create a wig with easy do‑it‑yourself wig making techniques. Students will be taught how to make wigs on weave caps,
wig caps and dome caps utilizing the sew on technique enabling the
student to create a wig in just a few hours. There will be discussion
and hands‑on learning of cap styles, sewing techniques, and adhesive
techniques. Fee includes instruction and materials needed to make
a wig in the classroom. NOTE: there is no license required to make
a wig. However, to fit or apply a wig on an actual person requires a
current NYS Cosmetology or Natural Hairstyling license.
BE103‑1020CT
10/20/2014‑7/23/2015
5:30 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Jeannine Goetschius
BE107‑1004CT
10/4/2014‑10/4/2014
7:30 AM‑ 3:00 AM
Tammara Lavender
$4,099.00
Days:MTWTh
Sessions: 143
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
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$109.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
9
Hands on
REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
CLEAN ENERGY TRAINING ACADEMY
See Page 41
Electrical Theory for Renewable
Energy Practitioners
This course will provide the student with an understanding of basic
principles of electricity to include alternating and direct current and
Ohm’s Law, with an emphasis on DC theory. This course is required
for anyone who plans to take Introduction to PV Technology and
doesn’t have the prerequisite knowledge of electrical theory.
PV103‑0903CT
9/3/2014‑9/29/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Gary Goodstal
$299.00
Days:MW
Sessions: 8
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Introduction to
PV Solar Technology
This course will give a student the theoretical basis for understanding
the various types of solar electric systems. It will cover the history of
solar electricity, current markets and industry status, and other considerations necessary for solar electric systems. Detailed study of system
components as well as the proper and safe electrical interconnection of
these components will include hands‑on training exercises and experiments. Local visits to PV related facilities and assembly of real operating
system will reinforce classroom learning. Prerequisites: completion
of Basic Electrical Theory or equivalent knowledge. Instructor: Jason
Novak. Classes held at the Career & Technical Center, Port Ewen. Plus
scheduled Saturdays meeting 9 AM ‑ 3:30 PM
PV102‑1001CT
10/1/2014‑10/29/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:30 PM
Jason Novak
$729.00
Days:MWSa
Sessions: 8
Career & Tech Ctr PE
PV Solar Installer’s
Course
In this course, students will develop the knowledge and practical skills needed to install utility‑connected and off‑grid PV
systems. Study of electric load analysis, system and component
design and sizing, system siting, shading, electrical and mechanical system configuration, safety, and electrical and building
code compliance will be supplemented with hands‑on system
installation. Successful completion of this course will enable the
student to sit for the NABCEP PV Entry Level exam. With additional education, training, and installation experience, this certificate can lead to becoming a NABCEP Certified PV Solar Installer.
Prerequisite: Completion of Introduction to PV Technology or
equivalent course with instructor approval. Anticipated scheduled Saturdays are: 11/22/14 & 12/6/14 from 9 AM – 3 PM.
PV105‑1105CT
11/5/2014‑12/3/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:30 PM
Evan Yavne
10
NABCEP PV Entry Level Exam
Prep Course
This workshop is designed to prepare qualified applicants for
the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners
(NABCEP), PV Entry Level Exam. The class will review the NABCEP
ten learning objectives, on which the exam is based. Those who
pass the exam demonstrate a basic understanding of photovoltaic systems suitable for a supervised, entry‑level position with a
dealer/installer or other PV industry company.
PV111‑1210CT
12/10/2014‑12/12/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:30 PM
Evan Yavne
$129.00
Days:WF
Sessions: 2
Career & Tech Ctr PE
NABCEP PV
Entry Level Exam
The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners,
NABCEP, has selected Ulster BOCES as an approved provider of
its PV Entry Level Exam. Any student who successfully completes
Intro to PV Technology or the PV Installer’s Course at Ulster
BOCES is eligible to sit for the exam. Those who pass the exam
demonstrate a basic understanding of the operation of a photovoltaic system. This certificate may enhance job opportunities
in the solar field. For further information visit NABCEP online at
www.nabcep.org.
PV101‑1213CT
12/13/2014‑12/13/2014
9:00 AM‑12:00 PM
NABCEP Proctor
$125.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
$729.00
Days:MWSa
Sessions: 10
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
HVAC & PROPANE
Air Conditioning Certification
Certified Employee
Training Program (CETP)
for Propane
Returns in May 2015
“The long-term commitment to solar energy
represented by NY-Sun will make New York State a
leader nationally in solar development.”
N.Y. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
On the NY-Sun Initiative, State of the State Address January 2013
Ulster County BOCES in association with
NYSERDA and the Meister Consultants Group
is offering future training in the topics of:
NEC Code Requirements for Renewable
Energy Applications & Installation
Safety FAQ’S for First Responders
(Fire & Rescue)
Technology Trends and Changes for
Architects & Design Engineers
• Innovative Technology
• Solar Solutions
• Clean Power
Call (845) 331-5050, ext 2226 to register for more information.
ny-sun.ny.gov
The NY-Sun Initiative, a dynamic public-private partnership,
will drive growth in the solar industry and make solar technology more affordable for all New Yorkers.
This course provides the opportunity to become a Certified
Technician and receive EPA 608, 609, and R‑410A Certification. This
course is designed for building maintenance personnel and those
seeking careers as entry‑level service technicians. Learn HVAC/
refrigeration theory, as well as how to service and repair residential and commercial refrigeration systems. Study refrigerants and
handling procedures for recovery, recycling, and reclamation to
meet EPA regulations. Safety glasses are required. Instructors: Jason
Novak, John Henriksen and John Santiago.
TR101‑0908CT
$1,899.00
9/8/2014‑9/29/2014
Days:MW
9/30/2014‑12/16/2014 Days:TTh
5:30 PM‑ 9:30 PM
Sessions: 26
John Santiago, Jason Novak, John Henriksen
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Oil Heat Technician
This course is designed for the beginner with
little or no previous experience and combines HVAC theory with hands‑on training.
This course is useful for homeowners, maintenance personnel, or
those seeking employment as an entry‑level technician. Students
will receive training in electrical theory, introduction to the burner
with oil burner certification and Controls. Safety glasses required.
Instructors: Jason Novak, Al Orton, and Todd Fullman.
TR102‑0908CT
$1,899.00
9/8/2014‑12/15/2014 Days:MW
5:30 PM‑ 9:30 PM
Sessions: 27
Jason Novak, Albert Orton, Jr. & Todd Fullman
Career & Tech Ctr PE
See Page 41
OSHA SAFETY
TRAINING & CERTIFICATION
This course is intended to provide awareness training
for construction safety and health topics and places an
emphasis on identifying common hazards in the construction industry, as well as avoidance, control, and
prevention. Topics will include an introduction to OSHA,
the Focus Four Hazards, personal protective and lifesaving equipment, health hazards in construction, and
proper usage of tools and equipment. Upon successful
completion of this course, participants will receive an
OSHA construction Safety and Health 10‑hour card.
WW117‑0904CT
9/4/2014‑9/11/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:30 PM
William Doughman
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
See Page 41
$179.00
Days:TTh
Sessions: 3
Career & Tech Ctr PE
11
REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
Hands on
ELECTRICAL APPRENTICE PROGRAM
1st Year Courses
Trade Math I
Trade Math II
Direct Current Theory Trade Safety Electrical Blueprint Reading Residential Wiring I
Residential Wiring II
TOTAL 24 hrs
30 hrs
39 hrs
21 hrs
24 hrs
30 hrs
30 hrs
198 hrs
2nd Year Courses
Industry Labor Relations 21 hrs
Alternating Current 39 hrs
Instruments Measuring & Testing 18 hrs
Asbestos Certification (not offered by Ulster BOCES) 14 hrs
Commercial Wiring I
30 hrs
Commercial Wiring II
30 hrs
Adult First Aid/CPR Certification 08 hrs
Elective 30 hrs
Sexual Harassment Prevention 03 hrs
OSHA Safety Certification 10 hrs
TOTAL 203 hrs
3rd Year Courses
Transformer Theory & Power Distribution 45 hrs
Industrial Wiring 45 hrs
Semi-Conductor Theory 21 hrs
Industrial Semi-Conductor Theory 27 hrs
Electrical Estimating 24 hrs
National Electric Code Review 30 hrs
Asbestos Recertification (not offered by Ulster BOCES) 04 hrs
TOTAL 196 hrs
4th Year Courses
This program has been designed and developed to meet the
mandated requirements for related instruction in the New York
State Registered Electrical Apprentice Program. Students will receive in excess of 180 hours of instruction per year for 900 hours
over five years while attending class two nights per week from
September to June. Classes will offer both theory and hands-on
training. Upon successful completion of the entire program, New
York State Registered Electrical Apprentices will be qualified as
Journeyworkers. This program of study is also open to
:• Those already employed in the electrical trade who are not affiliated with a registered program.
• Those employed in related trades who wish to expand their skills.
• Those who desire employment in the electrical trade.
EAP-1415CT • 60 Sessions, 190+ hrs - $2,369 per year,
including text book fee • Classes resuming September 2014.
Mandatory Orientation Session
Motor & Generator Theory 39 hrs
Motor Control Theory 39 hrs
Motor Control Wiring & Motor Wiring 15 hrs
General Alarms 30 hrs
Introduction to Photovoltaics Technology 40 hrs
Asbestos Recertification (not offered by Ulster BOCES) 04 hrs
Elective 30 hrs
TOTAL 197 hrs
5th Year Courses
Telecommunications 45 hrs
Fiber Optics Technology 24 hrs
Networking 30 hrs
Programmable Controllers 27 hrs
Electrical Code Update 30 hrs
Intelligent Wiring 30 hrs
Asbestos Recertification (not offered by Ulster BOCES) 04 hrs
TOTAL 190 hrs
12
for 1st year Applicants is
Tuesday, August 27, 2014 at 5:00 PM
Approved for the Training of Veterans.
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For additional information and to initiate the registration process,
call Bill Doughman at 331-5050 ext. 2226.
Join us at the Open House on
August 6 at 5:30 PM to learn more.
Instructors: Bill Glennon, Matt Igoe and Chris Peone are Master
Electricians. Gary Goodstal is an Electrical Engineer. Bill Ecker
is a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff at Verizon
Communications, Inc.
NYS Education Dept. & NYS Dept. of Labor Approved Program
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Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
INNOVATIVE MANUFACTURING
Innovative Manufacturing Technology at Ulster BOCES was designed to enable students to operate the most up-to-date machines,
tools, methods and materials for shaping and assembling products; and to meet a wide variety of existing skill and experience levels in the
real world. Classes take place in a state-of-the-art facility with the best instruction in the Hudson Valley. Students may take advantage of a
partnership with UCCC to continue on to earn an AAS degree. A certificate of completion will be granted to each graduate and will specify
skills attained.
The following courses are available as a package or purchased separately:
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IND 141 Machining & Production I 105 hours
Hands-on study of machine shop practices in this course, together
with care of precision instruments, maintenance of lathes and
milling machines, operation of lathe controls, filing, deburring,
polishing, use of digital readout, use of micrometer, dial indicators,
and pitch micrometers.
IND 142 Machining & Production II 105 hours
Advanced functions of a lathe and milling machine, including use
of hand and precision tools required for operation, are presented in
this course. Prerequisites: IND 141 or equivalent experience
IND 143 Machining & Production III
105 hours
A continuation of Machining & Production II, this course will introduce the students to CNC machining. Students will focus on
machine setup. Prerequisites: IND 142 and concurrently taking
IND 145 or permission of the instructor.
Advanced Manufacturing
(with permission of instructor)
105 hours
The Advanced Manufacturing Program includes a set of skills
which can be deployed to increase the efficiency, productivity
and profitability of modern manufacturing industry. This course
is designed to take a basic skill set and enhance it to an advanced skill set. Topics include advanced manual machining,
project planning, speeds & feeds, set-up for production run,
GD&T blueprint reading, shop math, programming M & G
code, and Mastercam. Students must be able to pass a timed
assessment that evaluates basic machine experience, trade
math, and blueprint readings.
MF107-1415CT
Monday through Thursday 3:00 – 8:00PM
$1,999.00
IND 144 Machining & Production IV
105 hours
A continuation of Machining & Production III, this course will focus
on CNC part production. Students will work on a team assignment
mass producing parts on CNC machines. Prerequisites: IND 143
and concurrently taking IND 146 or permission of the instructor.
IND 145 Introduction to Computer
Numerical Control
45 hours
This course will prepare students for the use of CNC machining.
Emphasis will be placed on manually writing CNC programs using
G and M codes. Students will also be introduced to computer-aided
manufacturing. Prerequisite: IND 142 or permission of the instructor.
IND 146 Advanced CAM and Computer
Numerical Control
60 hours
A continuation of Introduction to CNC, with the use of computer-aided manufacturing software, the emphasis of this course will
be placed on creating advance tool paths to be posted to CNC
machines. Prerequisites: IND 143 and IND 145 and concurrently
taking IND 144 or permission of the instructor.
MF101-1415CT Monday through Thursday 3:00 – 8:00PM
These manufacturing programs have been developed and revised
by an advisory group comprised of manufacturers from across the
Hudson Valley region. These courses are designed from the ground
up to meet real‑world business and manufacturing requirements.
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
525-Hour Modular Manufacturing Program $5,299.00
($1,099 per 105-hour module)
CLASSES RESUME SEPTEMBER 8, 2014
13
Hands on
REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
INNOVATIVE MANUFACTURING
OPEN ENROLLMENT is available for the following courses, with detail training schedules established during an admissions interview.
Training is available - Monday through Thursday, 3 – 8 PM.
Certified SolidWorks
Associates Program
Helping you to design better products, SolidWorks, 3D CAD software will be a more productive program to use. Ulster BOCES will
provide you with the 50-hour computer lab setting to conquer the
intricacies of this powerful design tool.
MF106‑1415CT$759.00
G‑Code Programming
This 40-hour course is designed for the experienced manual machinist who seeks to learn how to write G‑Code programs to control the operation of CNC machines. Basic shop math, computer
skills, and machining experience required. Please bring a calculator
with Trigonometric functions to class.
MF102‑1415CT$659.00
Mastercam for Certification
Validate your skills and increase your value in the workplace by
training to become certified in Mastercam, the industry’s leading
CAM system. In this 82‑hour program, you will work on milling, 2‑D
and 3‑D tool path, lathe parts drawing and tool path, wire frame,
and solids. At the conclusion of the course, you will sit for the
National Mastercam Certification exam, which includes machining
a piece that you have created in wire‑frame. Instructor Mark Harris
is a Mastercam Certified Instructor.
Classes and Lab Resources resume
Monday, September 8, 2014
Be a part of the future in Ulster County and develop advanced
manufacturing skills for today’s growing economy.
Individualized training and certification is available in many advanced manufacturing and programming software tools. Inquire
about customized enrollment packages and how Ulster BOCES
can help you to move up the Manufacturing Skills Ladder with:
Basic Blueprint Reading
G-Code • Solid Works
MasterCam Certification
Cell – Agile – Lean - Manufacturing Processes
See
Page 41
ISO 9001 – Quality Assurances
Basics of Engineering
Blueprint Reading ‑ NEW!
This basic print reading program is for setup & inspection personnel, purchasing, supervisors; anyone who would like to read engineering drawings. Learn the importance of engineering drawings
in manufacturing. Learn the basic elements of blueprint concepts
and interpretation. No prior knowledge of drafting or drawing is required. This course covers the principles of sketching, basic review
of shop math and use of common measuring tools. MF108‑1001CT
10/1/2014‑10/29/2014
5:30 PM‑ 8:30 PM
John Pulaski
$149.00
Days:W
Sessions: 5
Career & Tech Ctr PE
MF105‑1415CT$999.00
Welding Certification Course
Welding Principles
This is an entry level course that will provide the training necessary
to sit for the American Welding Society shielded metal arc welding
entry level certification. Students will progress at different speeds
and achieve different levels of success, depending on their experience prior to the start of class. This class includes instruction in
welding safety & health, drawing and welding symbol interpretation, shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding
(GMAW), flux cored arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW),
thermal cutting, plasma arc welding (PAC), and welding inspection
and testing. Tuition includes personal welding equipment (welding hood, gloves, goggles and lens, chipping hammer, brush),
materials, and textbook. AWS testing fees are extra.
This class will introduce beginners to the fundamentals of welding and welding safety. Students
will learn arc welding procedures in all positions,
mig welding, and oxygen acetylene cutting.
Students will fabricate metal items, such as coat
racks, as a means of learning various welding
techniques. Proper attire is required for safety
and will be explained at the first class. First Day
Attendance is Mandatory. Tuition includes
personal welding equipment (welding hood,
gloves, goggles & lens, chipping hammer &
brush), materials, and textbook.
WW105‑1208CT
$1,099.00
12/8/2014‑1/21/2015 Days:MW
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Sessions: 10
Charles Hubert III
Career & Tech Ctr PE
WW112‑0915aCT
9/15/2014‑11/24/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Charles Hubert III
14
$1,499.00
Days:MW
Sessions: 20
Career & Tech Ctr PE
See Page 41
Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
EARN A CERTIFICATE – GET A JOB
Hospitality Certificate: Hotel and
Restaurant Management ‑ NEW!
Now is the time to join the growing employment field available
in hospitality. With more than 200 different job categories Ulster
BOCES Hospitality Certificate program will prepare students for
entry level employment in a variety of lodging positions. Course
concentration will include front desk representation, restaurant
server, guestroom attendants, plus maintenance and security responsibilities. Successful completion of training will lead to examinations in START and Gold Certifications offered by the American
Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute. CU601‑1112CT
11/12/2014‑2/11/2015
5:30 PM‑ 8:30 PM (W)
9:00 AM- 3:00 PM (S)
Shane Churchill
$2,099.00
Days:WSa
Sessions: 20
Pending Approval
Career & Tech Ctr PE
ServSafe Food Production
Manager’s Certification
New York State public health law now mandates food safety training for
food service workers and managers in supermarkets, restaurants, hotels,
hospitals, non‑profit and volunteer organizations. The ServSafe Program is
America’s most recognized food‑safety training program and is designed
to provide training and certification for anyone who handles food for public consumption. Students will learn basic food safety concepts, and how
to protect against food‑borne illness outbreaks. Successful completion of
this class will also help reduce liability risks and minimize insurance costs.
Perfect attendance is required to sit for the certification examination to be
offered on the final night of class. Instructor Victor Arnao is a member of
the American Culinary Federation and the National Restaurant Association
Education Foundation State Advisory Board.
HS101‑1001CT
$249.00
10/1/2014‑10/22/2014 Days:W
5:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Sessions: 4
Victor Arnao
Career & Tech Ctr PE
HS101‑1201CT
$249.00
12/1/2014‑12/22/2014 Days:M
5:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Sessions: 4
Victor Arnao
Career & Tech Ctr PE
HS101‑0204CT
$249.00
2/4/2015‑2/25/2015
Days:W
5:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Sessions: 4
Victor Arnao
Career & Tech Ctr PE
HS101‑0406CT
$249.00
4/6/2015‑4/27/2015
Days:M
5:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Sessions: 4
Victor Arnao
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
Basics of Culinary Arts
Under the instruction of a professional chef, students in this class
will prepare for work as a cook in a variety of food service settings. Students will learn to identify varieties and grades of food, use of
kitchen equipment, food handling, preparation and presentation,
and techniques and methods of cooking. Successful students will
earn ServeSafe Food Handler Certification. Components include: introduction to cooking techniques, basics of knife use and maintenance, soup, sauces and stocks, elements of entree production,
desserts, and catering. Call (845) 331‑5050 for more information
and join us at the August 6 Open House to tour the kitchen. Uniform required (chef coat and cap).
CU501‑0916CT
9/16/2014‑10/30/2014
2:30 PM‑ 5:30 PM
Shane Churchill
$549.00
Days:TTh
Sessions: 15
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Pending Approval
ServSafe Recertification
Food managers and food handlers need to renew their ServSafe
certification every five years. Make sure that your ServSafe certification doesn’t lapse by retesting before your certification expiration
date. There is no need to retake the entire course. Just register to
take the test on any of these schedules dates.
HS103‑1022CT
$75.00
10/22/2014‑10/22/2014 Days:W
5:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Sessions: 1
Victor Arnao
Career & Tech Ctr PE
HS103‑1222CT
$75.00
12/22/2014‑12/22/2014 Days:M
5:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Sessions: 1
Victor Arnao
Career & Tech Ctr PE
HS103‑0225CT
2/25/2015‑2/25/2015
5:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Victor Arnao
$75.00
Days:W
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
HS103‑0427CT
4/27/2015‑4/27/2015
5:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Victor Arnao
$75.00
Days:M
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
15
Hands on
REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
EARN A CERTIFICATE – GET A JOB
Start & Run a Home‑Based
Food Business
CORPORATE TRAINING:
Do you love to bake or cook? Would you like to earn money doing
what you love, making these foods at home? With minimal start‑up
money anyone can turn their kitchen into a lucrative business.
Whether you are interested in a part‑time or full‑time business,
this course will guide you step‑by‑step through the entire process.
From your initial idea, through delivery of products to your customers. You will learn how to price, label, and package products;
find customers and keep records; and begin the process to obtain
the necessary legal permits. In the event you are unable to operate
your business from home, alternatives will be discussed. This class
has a $35 material fee to cover text and marketing research products that is payable to the instructor upon arrival to the class. This
course is not eligible for HVBS membership discount.
Have you see changes in your workplace? Are you addressing
issues with staff that are related to language, culture, ethnicity,
age, gender, sexual orientation, religion and other issues? We can
help you with training to support a more inclusive climate at work,
while helping you ensure you are meeting state and federal laws
relating to issues of hate, harassment and discrimination in the
workplace. Contact us for specific training designs, from two hours
to comprehensive full day sessions. All trainings are research based
and designed to encourage a positive work climate. Relevant for
all environments. Contact Lisa Herlihy, at (845) 255-8989 for
corporate training opportunities.
CU191-0221CT
2/21/2015‑2/21/2015
8:30 AM‑ 3:30 AM
Mimi Fix
$99.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Home Baking for Profit
For anyone who bakes and sells (or wants to): Learn tips and tricks
for product development, quantity production (includes scaling
up recipes and assembly line method), oven usage, shelf‑life
testing, food safety, sanitation, packaging, storage, and everything
production‑related. This class has a $30 materials fee to cover text
and supplies that is payable to the instructor upon arrival to the
class. This course is not eligible for HVBS membership discount.
CU151‑0207CT
2/7/2015‑2/7/2015
8:30 AM‑ 3:30 PM
Mimi Fix
$99.00
Days:
Sa
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
QuickBooks Comprehensive
This is an intensive course that takes you from the basics and beyond to build a solid QuickBooks foundation. Beginning classes
will include a brief overview of the bookkeeping fundamentals
necessary to start making transactions in the program. After
learning to work with customer and vendor transactions and
how to use QuickBooks for banking, you’ll learn how to deal with
physical inventory, sell inventory items, use QuickBooks for payroll,
work with balance sheet accounts, create estimates, and perform
job costing and time tracking. You’ll also learn how to customize
QuickBooks for your specific needs. Tuition includes text book. This course is designed to prepare you for the certification exam,
which is administered by a third party. BU126‑0915NP
9/15/2014‑11/10/2014
5:30 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Kathi Goodyear
16
$509.00
Days:MW
Sessions: 14
New Paltz Conference Ctr
Diversity in the Workplace
Dignity for All Students Act
(DASA) Workshop
Dignity for All Students Act (The Dignity Act or DASA) Workshop: Six hour training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying and
Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention. New York
State’s Dignity Act seeks to provide the State’s public elementary
and secondary school students with a safe and supportive environment free from discrimination, intimidation, taunting, harassment, and bullying on school property, a school bus and/or at a
school function. School professionals applying for certification or
license on or after December 31, 2013 are required to complete
six clock hours of course work or training in this area. This training
is designed to fulfill that requirement. Tuition is $100, call (845)
255‑8989 for training dates.
DASA‑1415NP
$100.00 New Paltz Conference Ctr
Immigration Law ‑ Potential Paths to
Legalization ‑ NEW!
In this workshop you will gain a general overview of immigration
law, including potential paths to legalization. The workshop will
cover the basic steps of citizenship applications, family petitions,
the Violence Against Women Act, asylum and refugee status, labor
trafficking, U & T visas and Deferred Action on Childhood Arrival. It
will also include general guidelines on the law to protect yourself
and your family from the legal consequences of the unauthorized
practice of law, the collateral consequences of convictions during
the application process, grounds of inadmissibility and some of
your constitutional rights regardless of legal status. (Please note
this course is for general informational purposes, not as individualized legal advice. Always consult an attorney before filing any
immigration forms to avoid serious legal consequences.)
BU149‑0918CT
9/18/2014‑9/18/2014
6:30 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Valeria Gheorghiu
$25.00
Days:Th
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
EARN A CERTIFICATE – GET A JOB
Know Your Rights! Basic
Workers’ Rights to All ‑ NEW!
Child Development Associates
Program ‑ 2.0
Learn your basic worker’s rights regardless of legal status.
Covering general employment law topics included in this workshop are wage and hour laws, overtime, which pay deductions are
lawful, labor trafficking, transportation, health and safety laws. You
will also learn about protection against discrimination, retaliation
for complaints or efforts to collectively improve working conditions, and the potential legal remedies and agencies available to
assist you. Finally, you will also learn to identify whether you are
lawfully an independent contractor or employee, the respective
tax consequences, and your legal remedy if you have been inappropriately classified. (Please note this course is for general informational purposes, not individualized legal advice. Always consult
an attorney for specific legal advice.)
Our Child Development Associate (CDA) Program ‑ 2.0 is recognized
by the Council for Early Childhood Professional Recognition as fulfilling the formal 120‑hour education requirement toward earning
the CDA credential. This course is required for Head Start teachers.
NYS Childcare Education scholarships, Educational Incentive Plan
(EIP), can cover most of the cost of this training for eligible participants. For more details and scholarship applications, attend our
Open House on Wednesday, August 6 at 5:30 PM. Approved for
the Training of Veterans. For additional information and to register
call 331‑5050 ext. 2209. BU150‑1002CT
10/2/2014‑10/2/2014
6:30 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Valeria Gheorghiu
$25.00
Days:Th
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Legal Office Secretary ‑ Overview ‑ NEW!
If you like to work independently in a fast‑paced office, and are
a stickler for details, this law office administrative procedures course
is for you. After an introduction of terminology, law office practices
and required filing forms, you will also review NYS Notary Public
law, the application process and how to pass the examination. BU147‑1016CT
$149.00
10/16/2014‑11/20/2014 Days:Th
6:00 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Sessions: 6
Valeria Gheorghiu
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Notary Public Test Review
This 3‑hour class is designed for those preparing to take the examination to become a commissioned Notary Public in New York
State. Review topics include law, general terms, and information
related to duties and functions of a notary public as well as information on the testing schedule, fees, and procedures.
BU1081120CT
$39.00
11/20/2014‑11/20/2014 Days:Th
6:00 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Sessions: 1
Valeria Gheorghiu
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Grant Writing Basics I
will return in the Spring 2015
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
MR102‑0915CT
9/15/2014‑2/25/2015
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Ellen Boldrin
$999.00
Days:MW
Sessions: 40
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Child Abuse Mandated
Reporter Training
An on‑line NYS certified program fulfills training requirements
for professionals and paraprofessionals in human service fields
to report suspected child abuse as mandated by New York State
law. Possible indicators of abuse are identified. Appropriately and
effectively deal with sensitive issues and your role as a mandated
reporter. Certificate provided upon successful completion. Call
(845) 339‑2025 to register for convenient on‑line courses.
CORPORATE TRAINING:
Child Abuse Mandated Reporter
Training
Does your agency need dedicated training at your convenience,
tailored to your work environment? We are here to help! Call
(845) 331-5050, Ext 2226 for more information and corporate
fee rates.
Register Today
Online
www.ulsterboces.org
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EARN A CERTIFICATE – GET A JOB
8‑Hour Pre‑Assignment (or In‑Service)
Training Course for Security Guards
New York State requires the licensing of all security guards or personnel acting in security functions. Ulster BOCES is approved by the NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services to offer the mandated
eight‑hour pre‑assignment training and the eight‑hour annual in‑service training programs. Participants
who successfully complete the course will receive an official course completion certificate. Saturday
class: it is recommended to bring a bag lunch. NOTE: Completion of this course is only one of the
requirements to be a licensed security guard. Upon completion of this class, students must file an application with NYS and be fingerprinted for which there are additional fees. For more information go to:
http://www.dos.ny.gov/licensing/.
SG101‑0920CT
7:30 AM‑ 3:30 PM
$79.00
Sessions: 1 9/20/2014‑9/20/2014
Jason Young
SG101‑1020aCT
5:30 PM‑ 9:30 PM
$79.00
Sessions: 2 10/20/2014‑10/22/2014 Days: MW
Jason Young
Career & Tech Ctr PE
SG101-1022EL
7:30 AM‑ 3:30 PM
$79.00
Sessions: 1
10/22/2014‑10/22/2014 Days: Sa
TBA
ELV Learning Ctr
SG101‑1115CT
7:30 AM‑ 3:30 PM
SG101-1025EL
7:30 AM‑ 3:30 PM
$79.00
Sessions: 1 11/15/2014‑11/15/2014 Days: Sa
Jason Young
Career & Tech Ctr PE
$79.00
Sessions: 1 10/25/2014‑10/25/2014 Days: Sa
TBA
ELV Learning Ctr
SG101‑1208CT
5:30 PM‑ 9:30 PM
$79.00
Sessions: 2 12/8/2014‑12/15/2014
Jason Young
Days: M
Career & Tech Ctr PE
SG101‑0110CT
7:30 AM‑ 3:30 PM
$79.00
Sessions: 1 1/10/2015‑1/10/2015
Jason Young
Days: Sa
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Days: Sa
Career & Tech Ctr PE
CORPORATE TRAINING:
16 Hour “On-The-Job” Course for Security Guards
Employers: are you seeking customized on-the-job security training for your unique facility and new
employees? A reminder this is required within 90 days of a new employee’s assignment. Let Ulster
BOCES assist you by customizing training for you. We will provide your employees with the detailed
information on the duties and responsibilities of being a better security guard, by building your unique
security requirements into a 2 day lesson plan. Topics covered in this course include the role of the
security guard, legal powers and limitations, emergency situations, communications and public relations, access control, ethics and conduct, incident command systems, and terrorism. The passing of an
examination is required for successful completion of this course. All classes will meet at the Career &
Tech Center, Port Ewen. Call (845) 331-5050, Ext 2226 for more information and corporate fee rates.
Getting Paid to Talk: Voice‑Overs as a Profession
Ever been told you have a great voice? From audio books and cartoons to documentaries, commercials, and more, this class will introduce you to the growing field of voice over. Learn what the pros look
for, how to prepare, and where to find work in your area! We will discuss industry pros and cons and
play samples from working voice professionals. In addition, you will have an opportunity to record a
short professional script under the direction of our teacher. This class is lots of fun, realistic, and a great
first step for anyone interested in the voice over field. For more info visit: www.voicecoaches.com
PG106‑1027CT
$34.00
PG106‑1215CT
$34.00
10/27/2014‑10/27/2014 Days:M
12/15/2014‑12/15/2014 Days:M
6:30 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Sessions: 1
6:30 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Sessions: 1
David Bourgeois
Career & Tech Ctr PE David Bourgeois
Career & Tech Ctr PE
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CLASS SCHEDULES
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Adobe InDesign
Learn how to compose professional
looking documents such as business
cards, brochures, books, flyers, and
ads using Adobe InDesign. Learn how
to lay out your text, manipulate type,
import graphics, import photographs,
and create graphics to enhance your
design and how to prepare it for outputting to a professional printer. IT143‑1002CT
$169.00
10/2/2014‑11/6/2014
Days:Th
5:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Sessions: 6
Sally Lord
Career & Tech Ctr PE
PhotoShop I
PhotoShop is the cornerstone
application to create, edit, and
compose images for print, web,
and multi‑media. Learn the basic
principles of creative digital manipulation and electronic editing from
retouching and color correction to
special effects. Discover the nearly
limitless design capabilities this
software provides. It is strongly
recommended that students taking this course have access to a
computer running PhotoShop.
IT171‑1113CT
$159.00
11/13/2014‑12/18/2014
Days:Th
5:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Sessions: 5
Sally Lord
Career & Tech Ctr PE
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Basic Household Wiring
Learn the basics of residential wiring from Master Electrician Chris
Peone as he guides you through electrical instruction and information about topics such as building a complete working circuit, general lighting versus task and accent lighting, light switch replacement and wiring, different wiring methods and requirements, and
much more. This hands‑on class will leave you more confident the
next time you find a faulty outlet.
WW119‑0922CT
9/22/2014‑9/24/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Christopher Peone
$79.00
Days:MW
Sessions: 2
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Plumbing for the Homeowner
Learn a wide range of basic plumbing practices, techniques, and
principles in this fast‑paced program geared for the homeowner.
Learn soldering, installation of sinks and toilets. Students should
bring the following tools to class: an adjustable wrench, one pair
of slip joint pliers, one regular head screwdriver, one Phillips head
screwdriver, and safety glasses.
WW108‑1018CT
10/18/2014‑11/1/2014
9:00 AM‑12:00 PM
John Henriksen
$159.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 3
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Small Engine Repair & Turf Management
Small engines need regular service to reduce the frequency of
malfunctions and to maintain optimal performance. Get ready
for each season and learn how to service, repair and maintain
seasonal blowers, mowers and string‑trimmers before you need or
store them away. This class will focus on simple two and four‑cycle engine theory and repair/maintenance techniques as well as
instruction on lawn maintenance. Each season provides us with
an opportunity to weed and feed. You will learn the basics of soil
science, turfgrass identification, how to fertilize a lawn and to control weeds, insects, and other turfgrass pests. This class is designed
for the homeowner, as well as skilled trades people, and will be
taught by outdoor power equipment expert Charles Giarizzo and
turf management and horticulture expert Alan Kulibaba. Students
are encouraged to bring in their own equipment to repair. WW116‑1002CT
10/2/2014‑11/20/2014
5:30 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Charles Giarrizzo
$429.00
Days:Th
Sessions: 8
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
Education
do it yourself and save!
Introduction to Automotive Service
Combining the new ASE Introduction to Automotive Service
e-learning program and hands-on training in our NATEF approved
automotive shop. Each class expands and reinforces with hands-on
class room/shop activities to support e-modules. Topics include shop
safety & equipment, service procedures, fluids, filters, belts & hoses,
suspension, tire & brake inspection, body, battery charging & electrical
system inspection. Instructor Paul Schmelz is an ASE Master Mechanic.
TR103‑0909CT
9/9/2014‑10/21/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Paul Schmelz
$559.00
Days:TTh
Sessions: 13
Career & Tech Ctr PE , Room ‑
TR103‑1104CT
11/4/2014‑12/23/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Paul Schmelz
$559.00
Days:TTh
Sessions: 13
Career & Tech Ctr PE , Room ‑
Automotive Brake Basics
How are your brakes? This six‑hour course will cover the basics of disc
and drum brake inspection and repair. Topics to be discussed are brake
lining inspection, rotor and drum inspection, repair or replacement,
brake line, brake hose, wheel cylinder, brake caliper, and parking brake
inspection and repair. Safety Glasses are required. TR111‑1028CT
$69.00
10/28/2014‑10/30/2014 Days:TTh
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Sessions: 2
Paul Schmelz
Career & Tech Ctr PE
TR111‑0106CT
1/6/2015‑1/8/2015
6:00 PM‑ 8:01 PM
Paul Schmelz
$69.00
Days:
TTh
Sessions: 2
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Supervised Auto Repair Clinic
Calling all amateur auto mechanics! Work on your own car in a handson supervised shop experience. Under the watchful eye of Master ASE
Technician Bob Azzara, perform tune ups, oil changes, repair exhaust
system, shocks or brakes. Gain an understanding of the parts and
systems of your car. Some lifts are available for class use, plus tools
and other equipment (excluding alignment racks and the advanced
diagnostic system). Prerequisite: Basic automotive knowledge.
WW102‑0908CT
9/8/2014‑10/6/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Robert Azzara
$129.00
Days:M
Sessions: 5
Career & Tech Ctr PE
WW102‑1103CT
11/3/2014‑12/1/2014
6:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Robert Azzara
$129.00
Days:M
Sessions: 5
Career & Tech Ctr PE
WW102‑0105CT
1/5/2015‑2/9/2015
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Robert Azzara
$129.00
Days:
M
Sessions: 5
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register Today Online
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CHEF DU JOUR!
Looking for a special recipe or
a fun night out with friends?
Warm your heart and your belly with food and friendship, cooking and camaraderie! Our popular series
of one-night cooking classes continues with some familiar favorites and a sampling of new courses. In
each hands-on class, our expert chefs will teach professional cooking skills as you prepare the meal and
then sit to enjoy it with your classmates! Register early. These classes fill quickly! All classes are held at
the Career & Tech Center, Port Ewen.
All classes are 1 Session/3 hrs from 6 – 9 PM*
Register with a friend and SAVE
$60 pays for both or $35 single registration
No senior citizen discount on dual registrations.
There is also a $15 food fee for each class participant
including guest, payable to the instructor at the class.
*except where otherwise scheduled.
Due to food planning requirements, there will be NO REFUNDS or CREDITS after the registration due date.
Registration is due seven days before class. Bring your own apron.
Knish, the Meal in a pocket! ‑ NEW!
Baking Dinner Tonight! ‑ NEW!
Eastern European immigrants arriving in the early 1900’s brought
knishes to North America. With the current food trend their popularity has grown and expanded across the country. Come join us
in learning how to create these popular, savory, handheld treats.
Leave class with recipes and knishes to share with family and
friends. There is also a $15 FOOD FEE for each class participant
including guest, payable to the instructor at the time of class.
Bring a friend and we will assemble a quick and tasty, week night
dinner. Together, we will create two types of quiche and a seasonal
salad. While we are enjoying dinner, a dessert that we prepare will
be baking in the oven. You will leave after dessert and dishes are
put away with simple recipes for re‑creating the meal at home. Suggestion: bring an apron! There is a $15 FOOD FEE for each class
participant, payable to the instructor upon arrival to class.
CU220‑0918CT
9/18/2014‑9/18/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Mimi Fix
CU245‑0923CT
9/23/2014‑9/23/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Ann Scibienski
$35.00
Days:Th
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
$35.00
Days:T
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Korean Kimbap (Sushi Roll) ‑ NEW!
A Garden’s Hue of Aubergine ‑ NEW!
Resembling “sushi” roll, Kimbap is not considered fine or fancy food
fare in Korea. It is picnic or snack food that is easy to assemble and
eat with your hands. Fillings range from fresh to spicy, seasoned
vegetables, egg, and meat. Join SunWha Gil as she teaches you
how to roll Kimbap which is easy to change to fit any diet, palate or
occasion. There is also a $15 FOOD FEE for each class participant
including guest, payable to the instructor at the time of class.
Join Oksana Lanova‑Fortune, as she shares family recipes, and gifts
from her garden as you prepare this delicate perennial into a vegetarian meal, and more. Students will also learn about Russian cuisine, customs, ingredients and cooking techniques handed down
from family and now friends. There is a $15 FOOD FEE payable per
participant (including guest) to the instructor. CU246-0920CT
9/20/2014‑9/20/2014
10:00 AM‑ 2:00 PM
Sunwha Gil
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$45.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
CU252‑0927CT
9/27/2014‑9/27/2014
10:00 AM‑ 2:00 PM
Oksana Lanova‑Fortune
$45.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
CHEF DU JOUR!
Education
Looking for a special recipe - or -
Vegetarian Easy ‑ NEW!
Japchae (Korean Stir‑Fried Noodles)
Want to learn the secrets for preparing easy, delicious, meat‑free
dishes? Need strategies for stress‑free, family‑friendly, no‑meat
meals? Cook and taste with us, then leave with a few recipes and
sample to share with family and friends. There is a $15 FOOD FEE for
each class participant, payable to the instructor upon arrival to class.
This classic glass noodle meal is prepared with thin strips of meat
and various vegetables. All ingredients separately cooked to develop the layers of flavor and combined into a delicious dish. A Korean
favorite prepared for special occasions, this meal will also be served
with a cup of Korean Miso Soup. There is also a $15 FOOD FEE for
each class participant including guest, payable to the instructor at
the time of class.
CU256‑1009CT
10/9/2014‑10/9/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Mimi Fix
$35.00
Days:Th
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Korean Seafood Pancake
(Haemul Pajeon)
CU238‑1108CT
11/8/2014‑11/8/2014
10:00 AM‑ 2:00 PM
Sunwha Gil
$45.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Thanksgiving Breads and Bundts
This savory Korean‑style pancake is very filling and so easy to make;
a little batter, some scallions, a choice of assorted seafood, a little
dipping sauce, and you have a full meal. Serve with a little miso soup
and kimchi. There is also a $15 FOOD FEE for each class participant
including guest, payable to the instructor at the time of class.
Join us for a fun class where we make pumpkin, banana, and sour
cream batters into loaves and bundts. Leave class with two breads
for your Thanksgiving table, plus recipes for making them again at
home. There is also a $15 FOOD FEE for each participant including
guest, payable to the instructor at the class.
CU247‑1018CT
$45.00
10/18/2014‑10/18/2014 Days:Sa
10:00 AM‑ 2:00 PM
Sessions: 1
Sunwha Gil
Career & Tech Ctr PE
CU161‑1118CT
$35.00
11/18/2014‑11/18/2014 Days:T
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 AM
Sessions: 1
Mimi Fix
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Ukrainian Borscht & More
Bread: Easy as 1‑2‑3
Borscht is a specialty stew of Slavic countries and dates well back to
medieval times. This delightfully hearty cold weather meal is full of
root vegetables, cabbage and meat. Join Oksana Lanova‑Fortune
as she shares her family recipe, and more about the cuisine, culture,
and customs of Ukraine. A vegetarian version will also be served. There is a $15 FOOD FEE payable to the instructor at class. Yes, easy formulas can be used for bread baking! Join this class to
learn a simple formula for sandwich bread, dinner rolls, even pizza. Class will cover the hands‑on techniques to create wonderful
products in your home – all based on the same simple formula.
You’ll leave class with the formula, additional recipes, and samples.
There is a $15 FOOD FEE for each class participant, payable to the
instructor upon arrival to the class. CU251‑1025CT
$45.00
10/25/2014‑10/25/2014 Days:Sa
10:00 AM‑2:00 PM
Sessions: 1
Oksana Lanova‑Fortune
Career & Tech Ctr PE
CU234‑1122CT
$45.00
11/22/2014‑11/22/2014 Days:Sa
9:00 AM‑ 1:00 PM
Sessions: 1
Ann Scibienski
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Baking with Almond Paste
Cinn‑Fully Sinful
We will make cookies, frangipane filling, and a fresh fruit tart! You
will leave class with recipes, cookies, a small tart, and tips for working with this densely sweet ingredient. There is a $15 FOOD FEE
payable per participant, including guest, to the instructor upon
arriving to class.
One or our most popular classes! Learn to make wickedly delicious
cinnamon buns and sticky buns. Join us in making these fresh
sweet rolls, warm and gooey fresh from the oven. You will leave
class with recipes, sweet buns, and the ability to make them again.
There is a $15 FOOD FEE payable per participants, including guests,
to the instructor upon arrival to class. CU244‑1104CT
11/4/2014‑11/4/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Mimi Fix
CU243‑1209CT
12/9/2014‑12/9/2014
4:30 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Mimi Fix
$35.00
Days:T
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
$45.00
Days:T
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
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a fun night out with friends?
Biscuit Basics
No experience necessary. In this class you will learn the recipe
for the basic baking mix for biscuits. You will gain the hands-on
experience so you can start each day with fresh baked scones and
end with hot biscuits for dinner. You will leave class with recipes,
confidence, samples, and extra baking mix to get you started at
home. There is a $15 FOOD FEE for each class participant, payable
to the instructor upon arrival to the class.
CU235‑1216CT
$35.00
12/16/2014‑12/16/2014 Days:T
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Sessions: 1
Ann Scibienski
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Beyond Biscuits
Biscuit Basics is a prerequisite. In this class we’ll use the biscuit mix
basics to create a greater variety of biscuits that can be paired with
everyday meals, or tailored for special occasions. Applying what
we’ve learned, we’ll make vegetable quiche. You’ll leave class with
recipes, samples, and the confidence to go beyond biscuits. There
is a $15 FOOD FEE for each class participant, payable to the instructor upon arrival to the class.
CU236‑0120CT
1/20/2015‑1/20/2015
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Ann Scibienski
$35.00
Days:T
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Whole Grain Pastries ‑ NEW!
We will use whole grain flours to make delicious sweets and pastries such as muffins, cookies, and snacking cakes. You will leave
class with a few recipes and samples to share with friends and
family. There is a $15 FOOD FEE for each class participant, payable
to the instructor upon arrival to the class.
CU255‑0108CT
1/8/2015‑1/8/2015
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Mimi Fix
$35.00
Days:
Th
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Homemade Granola ‑ NEW!
If you like this tasty breakfast delight, learn to make your own
and never pay high prices again. We will do a basic version and
then using a variety of grains, dried fruits, nuts, and seeds, we will
customize to create the special tastes you enjoy. Leave class with
recipes and enough granola to eat for the entire week. There is a
$15 FOOD FEE for each class participant, payable to the instructor
upon arrival to the class.
CU254‑0211CT
2/17/2015‑2/17/2015
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Mimi Fix
22
$35.00
Days:T
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
CHEF DU JOUR!
NEW SERIES
Yes, You Can! Peach Jam
Learn the basics of canning and make jams the old‑fashioned
way with local fruit! In this class we will go over canning 101
by making classic peach jam without traditional pectin. You
will leave class with a jar of jam, recipes and the knowledge
to safely can your own jams. Wintertime will be that much
cozier with a row of your own jars of jam lining the shelves.
There is a $15 FOOD FEE for each class participant, payable to
the instructor upon arrival to the class.
CU248‑0910CT
9/10/2014‑9/10/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Julia Sforza
$35.00
Days:W
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Yes, You Can! Apple Chutney
Learning the basics of canning while making this savory
condiment to serve with wintertime roasts or holiday cheese
plates! We will cover canning 101 while we make this relish;
you’ll leave class with the confidence to can in your own
kitchen. You will also leave with a jar of chutney, recipes and
ideas for serving. There is a $15 FOOD FEE for each class participant, payable to the instructor upon arrival to the class.
CU249‑1001CT
10/1/2014‑10/1/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Julia Sforza
$35.00
Days:W
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Yes, You Can! Pear Preserves
Learn the basics of canning and make jams the old
fashioned way with local fruit! In this class we will cover
canning 101 by making pear preserves. You will leave
class with a jar of preserves, recipes and the knowledge to
safely can your own jams. Great gift for the holidays! There
is a $15 FOOD FEE for each class participant, payable to the
instructor upon arrival to the class.
CU250‑1105CT
11/5/2014‑11/5/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Julia Sforza
$35.00
Days:W
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
Your future is calling . . .
With a high school equivalency, more doors open –
to a better job, college, and the respect you deserve.
Need help?
We have your back.
Call (845) 331-5050, ext 2243 for more information about preparation programs in your area.
Beginning January 2014, there will be a new High School Equivalency Exam. The current version of the GED® expired
at the end of 2013 and scores from previously taken exams may expire shortly. Have you attempted the exam, passed
some sections but not all? NOW is the time to return for academic preparation, test and earn your diploma.
Don’t wait! Let us help you to succeed!
Are you looking for an alternate path to attaining
your High School Equivalency Diploma?
National External Diploma Program (NEDP) may be for you. NEDP provides a flexible high school
completion option. Read below to learn how.
NEDP provides a pathway for adults to earn their high school diploma. NEDP awards a traditional
high school diploma accepted by employers, colleges, the U.S. military, and other organizations. As a
competency-based assessment system, NEDP is different from the TASC™ or GED®.
NEDP offers participants:
• Self-paced and individualized flexible
scheduling with no formal classes
• Effective private sessions to demonstrate competencies
• Contains electronic portfolio for scoring and tracking
• Ongoing personal counseling
What is the NEW National
External Diploma Program (NEDP)?
The NEDP is a high school diploma program for adults over 21 years
old who can demonstrate their academic skills in an applied performance process. This on-line program assesses academic and life skills,
including foundation, work readiness and empowering skills.
Call (845) 331-5050, ext 2243 for more information and to pre-register.
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
Life could be different if you have a diploma!
ADULT LITERACY
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REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
Hands on
ADULT LITERACY High School Equivalency (HSE)
Location
Facility
Meeting Days
Meeting Time
Ellenville
Ellenville Learning Center
104/105 Center Street
Tues & Wed
Mon & Wed
9:00-12:00 pm
5:00-8:00 pm
Rondout Gardens
132 Rondout Dr.
Mon & Wed
10:00-1:00 pm
Everette Hodge Community Center
15 Franklin Street
Mon & Thu
9:30-12:30 pm and/or
5:30-8:00 pm
Ulster Literacy Association
480 Aaron Court (by Hannaford Plaza)
Mon & Tue
5:00-8:00 pm
Clinton Ave Methodist Church
122 Clinton Avenue
Tue, Wed & Thu
12:30-3:30 pm
Colonial Gardens Apartments
Bldg. 42-64 (downstairs community room)
Tue & Thu
11:00-2:00 pm
BRC in Kingston
Business Recourse Center
1 Development Court (room 118)
Mon - Thu
8:00-11:00 am and/or
11:30-2:30 pm
New Paltz
New Paltz Middle School
2 South Manheim Blvd (room 39)
Mon & Wed
6:00 – 9:00 pm
Tue & Thu
5:00-8:00 pm
Mon - Thu
5:00-8:00 pm
Kingston
Kerhonkson
Port Ewen
Lake Katrine
Plattekill
Marlboro
Kerhonkson Elementary
30 Academy St
Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Ctr
319 Broadway (room 203)
Ulster BOCES at Hudson Valley Bus Ctr
727 Grant Ave (via East Lobby)
Plattekill Elementary
1270 Route 32 (room 28)
Marlboro Middle School
1375 Route 9W
Mon & Wed
5:00-8:00 pm
Tue & Thu
6:00-9:00 pm
Mon & Wed
5:00-8:00 pm
Why?
Prepare for the new TASC™ Exam.
How? By classroom instruction in social studies, math, science, literacy, the language arts and writing skills.
Enroll at any time – simply walk into the class which is most convenient for you.
Must be 18 years of age or older to participate.
Public school locations will resume the week of September 8, 2014. Call for up-to-date information on class meeting times and locations.
Fast Forward New York, GRASP, Smart
Home study students must be at least 21 years of age or older and willing to study independently for at least six hours per week.
Why?
Prepare for the new TASC™ Exam
This home study program is designed for adults who are not able to attend traditional classes.
How?
Pre-registration is required to attend Orientation.
Telephone help included with your
home-based study program. Work at
your own pace. Assignments based on
educational need. Pick-up assignments
from a library conveniently located to you.
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$20 Orientation Fee
Lake Katrine evening orientations are scheduled at 5:00 p.m. on the 1st Monday and
3rd Wednesday of each month.
Ellenville orientations – call (845) 331-5050, ext 2243 for assistance and to reserve a
seat for the next scheduled orientation date.
Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
English as a Second Language ADULT LITERACY
VOCATIONAL plus ENGLISH Language Learning
Are you an English Language Learner who would like to become a nursing assistant or medical assistant?
If yes, call (845) 331-5050, ext 2243 for more information.
VESL 2014-15 Nursing Assistant – returning in September 23, 2014.
VESL 2014-15 Medical Assistant - September 8, 2014.
Location
Facility
Meeting dates
Meeting Times
Ellenville
Ellenville Learning Center
104/105 Center Street
Tue & Wed
1:00-4:00pm
Tues & Thurs
3:00-5:00 pm
Ulster Literacy Association
480 Aaron Court (by Hannaford Plaza)
Wed & Thurs
6:00-9:00 pm
Everette Hodge Community Center
15 Franklin Street (off of Broadway)
Mon & Thu
5:30-8:00 pm
2nd Iglesia La Mision Asambleas de Dios
80 Elmendorf Street
Mon & Wed
5:30- 8:00 pm
Holy Cross Church
30 Pine Grove Avenue
Mon & Wed
6:00-9:00 pm
New Paltz
New Paltz Middle School
2 South Manheim Blvd (room 38)
Mon & Wed
Port Ewen
Ulster BOCES at Adult Career Education Center
319 Broadway (room 903)
Lake Katrine
Ulster BOCES at Hudson Valley Business Center
727 Grant Ave (via East Lobby)
Mon & Wed
Kerhonkson
Kerhonkson Elementary
30 Academy Street (in Art Room)
Tue & Thu
West Park
Center for New Americans
2086 Route 9W
Mon & Wed
6:00-9:00 pm
Saugerties
Boys & Girls Club
45 Partition Street
Mon & Wed
10:00-1:00 pm
Plattekill
Plattekill Elementary
1270 Route 32
Tue & Thur
6:00-9:00 pm
ABCD at Kingston
6 Adams Street
Kingston
Why?
Tue & Thu
6:00- 9:00 pm
8:00-11:00 am
5:00-8:00 pm
5:00-8:00 pm
No charge for English classes
Learn to converse and understand English.
Enroll at any time – simply walk into the class which is most convenient for you.
How?
Must be 18 years of age or older to participate.
Classroom instruction in speaking, reading,
and writing English (includes citizenship
education).
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
Public school locations will resume the week of Sept. 8, 2014. Call for up to date
information on class meeting times and locations.
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REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
Hands on
ADULT LITERACY
Providing total literacy
for the whole family,
from birth through adult.
Visit the Midtown Kingston Literacy Zone, an Ulster BOCES Community Partnership located at
Everette Hodge Community Center, 15 Franklin Street – Kingston
Ulster Works! One Stop Center, 651 Development Court – Kingston
Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center at Lake Katrine, 727 Grant Avenue – Lake Katrine
Coleen Macaluso, Literacy Coordinator, (845) 331-5050, ext 2228
Your Future is Calling . . .
Are you thinking of starting college, but need your diploma? Our NYS Plus class may be just what
you are looking for. Call (845) 331-5050, ext 2243 for more information.
COMPASS Preparation ATTENTION
S.N.A.P. Recipients!
Is it time to find your bearings, refresh your academic skills and
score higher on your COMPASS college placement tests?
The answer is YES!!!
Why prepare for the COMPASS exam?
Lower scores on COMPASS exams may result in placement into development or
review classes, using valuable time and tuition dollars. Review and preparation
may enable you to place into more advanced courses and complete your college
program in less time. You may choose one or both 3.5 hour blocks of intensive
individualized instruction in college level math and writing skills.
REFRESH FOR SUCCESS!
Meeting Tuesday from 5 – 8 PM, in Port Ewen
Call (845) 331-5050 for assistance with
registration for the next available lab.
Investing in improved education leads to better jobs.
When you are enrolled in a HSE, ABE, ESL or Distance Learning
Program such as GRASP, Fast Forward NY, SMART you may be
eligible for subsidized training in job skills programs.
Consult with your instructor for a referral today.
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If you are ONLY receiving Food Stamps,
and you do not have a high school
equivalency (HSE) diploma, you may be
eligible for the following services:
Career Exploration with a counselor to
complete a career plan
Earn your high school equivalency (HSE)
diploma, and improve your literacy skills
Participate in Job Skills Training in one of
the following occupational career tracks
Nursing Assistant
Manufacturing Technology
HVAC Technician
Resume writing, employment search
and placement assistance
This program is supported by a grant with
the Supplemental Nutrition Assistant
Program (SNAP) and Ulster County BOCES.
Interested applicants should call
(845) 331-5050, ext. 3214
to begin your career exploration.
Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
Welcome to the BAKE and TAKE Classes! – NEW!
Ever wish you were the person bringing homemade goodies to your club, class, office, or meeting? Want to bring something homemade rather than “picked-up” at the national donut chain or supermarket? This series allows you to do just that! Bring a friend and enjoy
your night out without the hassle of choosing a recipe, shopping for ingredients, baking and cleaning up (well, you might help us in the
kitchen), than worrying about the right tray to tote the goodies in.
Each month either Mimi Fix or Annie Scibienski will work with you to bake goodies that you are proud to call your own. Together we
will bake a sample batch for the class to taste. Then you will mix up a batch to Bake and Take! There is a $15 FOOD FEE per participant,
including guest, payable to the instructor upon arrival to class.
Get Your Chocolate On!
Legally Magic Brownies ‑ Oh my!
Our Midnight Blackout Cake is part brownie and part cake. Seductive and chocolaty ‑ the perfect indulgence for sharing There is a $15 FOOD FEE for each participant, including guest,
payable to the instructor upon arrival to class.
Legally Magic Brownies ‑ Oh my! For those of us who need more
indulgence, we will bake an extra pan for you to leave at home. There is a $15 FOOD FEE for each participant, including guest,
payable to the instructor upon arrival to class. BT101‑1001CT
10/1/2014‑10/1/2014
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Mimi Fix or Ann Scibienski
BT104‑0114CT
1/14/2015‑1/14/2015
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Mimi Fix or Ann Scibienski
$35.00
Days:W
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Breakfast Bars!
$35.00
Days:W
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Bars for Snacking!
Fruit Bars & Cookie Bars
Treat your friends, classmates or colleagues to cookie bars for
breakfast! Although these yummy snacks are 100% whole grain,
they do not taste “healthy” or cause suspicion. There is a $15
FOOD FEE per participant, including guests, payable to the instructor upon arrival to class. Another Bake and Take delight! We will show you how to whip
up a batch of bars. These treats are far easier to make than individual cookies! There is a $15 FOOD FEE payable per participant,
including guest, to the instructor upon arrival to class. BT102‑1029CT
$35.00
10/29/2014‑10/29/2014 Days:W
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Sessions: 1
Mimi Fix or Ann Scibienski Career & Tech Ctr PE
BT103‑0204CT
2/4/2015‑2/4/2015
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Mimi Fix or Ann Scibienski
$35.00
Days:
W
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Mini‑Pies to Share!
Mini‑Pies to Share! Fresh fruit season with local produce is almost
here. Learn shortcuts to pie making and impress your friends. Instructor: Mimi Fix. There is a $15 FOOD FEE for each participant,
including guest, payable to the instructor upon arrival to class. BT105‑1112CT
$35.00
11/12/2014‑11/12/2014 Days:W
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Sessions: 1
Mimi Fix
Career & Tech Ctr PE
The Hudson Valley Baking Society is in its third year of “Baking a Difference in the Hudson Valley” with activities and
events that have attracted home bakers and professionals alike! Come see what you are missing and join the fun!
Benefits of membership:
Two general membership meetings per year plus smaller special interest gatherings for breads, cookbooks,
cake decorating, cupcakes, cookies, home food businesses etc.
Participation in HVBS events plus reduced admission to paid events such as tastings, baking challenges,
guest lectures and more.
Involvement in baking fundraisers in the Ulster BOCES kitchens to the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley.
Reduced tuition for Ulster BOCES Chef du Jour cooking classes and free baking workshops just for members!
What’s more fun than the pleasures of socializing and baking with folks who share your passion?
Become a member today!! Annual Membership fee is $45, which includes FREE Hudson Valley Baking Society Apron
“Baking a Difference
in the Hudson Valley”
Join online at www.ulsterboces.org/adult or by calling (845) 331-5050
Email: [email protected] or HVBS Coordinator Mimi Fix at [email protected] LIKE the Hudson Valley Baking Society on Facebook!
Next General Membership Meeting is: SEPTEMBER 13, 2014 FROM 10 AM – 12 NOON. New member registration is due one week prior to
meeting. RSVP from active members is appreciated as well.
Course Code: BAKE101-1415Member
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
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Fitness & Personal Growth Take time for yourself...
A Moving Meditation NEW!
This session is for busy people who would like an introduction to
the concept of Tai Chi. Without the use of equipment, students
will learn a few non impact, slow and simple Tai Chi movements
which can be practiced alone or with a partner. This is also an
opportunity to learn about Tai Chi philosophy, the various styles
and Jing’s maintaining wellness Tai Chi training systems. For more
information visit: www.elegantevidence.com
$29.00
HF133-0910HH
9/10/2014-9/10/2014 Days:W
6:30 PM-8:30 PM
Sessions: 1
Jing Shuai
Highland High School
Tai Chi Beginners Solo Form
Without the need for equipment, this non impact routine is an any
age and ability level beginner course for people who would like to
enhance their vitality, calm the mind, condition the body, prevent joint
problems and create a sense of overall well being. With a touch of
Tai Chi philosophy, Jing, who has practiced this moving meditation
for 8 years and studied at the legendary Taoist martial art school in
China, will help you to master this ancient exercise and philosophical
regimen. For more information visit: www.elegantevidence.com
$119.00
HF113-0916HH
9/16/2014-10/21/2014 Days:T
6:30 PM-8:30 PM
Sessions: 6
Jing Shuai
Highland High School
Yang Style Tai Chi Grade One Form – NEW!
Introduction to Aromatherapy
Experiencing Seasonal Blues and wondering what to do to lift
your spirits? Aromatherapy is the therapeutic use of plant extracts
and essential oils to promote health and well being. In this class
students will learn the basic principles, practical applications, and
benefits of aromatherapy as well as the precautions to consider
when using fragrance. The class will also discuss various methods
of utilizing essential oils for a healthy body, in the household, and in
the environment. This course is provided for educational purposes
only. Consult your doctor for diagnosis and treatment of specific
medical conditions. Supply fee: $10 payable to the instructor the
night of class. Instructor Aleese Cody is the owner of Help’s on
the Way Herbal Therapies, a NYS Licensed and Nationally Certified
Massage Therapist and a practicing clinical herbalist.
$39.00
PG138-1016CT
10/16/2014-10/16/2014 Days:Th
6:00 PM-9:00 PM
Sessions: 1
Aleese Cody
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Couple’s Massage
Give that special person the gift of massage during the holiday season. Together you will learn the techniques of Swedish Massage in a
safe, friendly, and comfortable environment. Learn how to warm the
muscles, address precautions, apply adequate pressure, and increase
the effectiveness of the massage through the direction of your stroke.
Wear loose, comfortable clothes. This class is not intended to use
massage professionally or for profit. Instructor Aleese Cody is a NYS
Licensed Massage Therapist. Please bring a twin sheet and a pillow
case set for personal use, and non staining, non fragrant massage oil.
This course is for anyone who is familiar with Tai Chi. Students will
cover various non impact methods and strategies for maintaining
wellness utilizing the martial art application of the form. You can
practice it individually or interact with a friend. This slow, smooth
movement form restores energy and vitality to both body and
mind and is for all ages and skill levels. For more information visit
www.elegantevidence.com
$119.00
HF127-0917HH
9/17/2014-10/22/2014 Days:W
6:30 PM -8:30 PM
Sessions: 6
Jing Shuai
Highland High School
$39.00 (per person)
PG121-1211CT
12/11/2014-12/11/2014 Days:Th
6:00 PM-9:00 PM
Sessions: 1
Aleese Cody
Career & Tech Ctr PE
All Natural Facials
Soap is fun to make and great to give as gifts. In this hands-on
workshop, you will learn the art of making luscious bar and hand
soaps. Aleese Cody, local herbalist and owner of Help’s on the Way
Herbal Therapies and Teachings, will instruct this course. Recipes
will be shared and samples will be given. Remember, this is a
hands-on workshop so dress accordingly. $10 material fee payable
to the instructor the night of class.
It is said that you should never put anything on your skin that you
wouldn’t eat. Keeping that in mind, learn how to give yourself a
fabulous facial with all natural products from the pantry and the
garden. Bring a washcloth and a towel. Material fee $10 payable
to the instructor the night of class. Instructor Aleese Cody is the
owner of Help’s on the Way Herbal Therapies.
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PG139-0911CT$39.00Sessions:
9/11/2014-9/11/2014
Days: Th
6:00 PM -8:00 PM
Aleese Cody
Career & Tech Ctr PE
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PG121-0109CT
1/9/2015-1/9/2015
6:00 PM-9:00 PM
Aleese Cody
$39.00 (per person)
Days:
Th
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Soap Making Workshop
PG108-1113CT
$46.00
11/13/2014-11/13/2014 Days:Th
6:00 PM -9:30 PM
Sessions: 1
Aleese Cody
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
Fitness & Personal Growth Happy Families, Calm Kids - NEW!
An intergenerational program, to discuss various family management
styles, schooling options, and occupational wellness for parents, you
will examine how to bring these into harmony and create a calmer
and happier space for your family. This class begins by focusing on
individual parenting styles, family management skills & the different
personalities of your children. In the coming weeks you will solidify a
family management book and brain storm ideas that will support your
family in its ultimate purpose of calm and happiness. Note: children
welcome with a supervising registered adult.
PG188-0927CT
9/27/2014-11/8/2014
Amy White
$119.00
Sessions: 6
Days: Sa
9:30 AM-11:00 AM
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Pet First Aid, CPR & Disaster
Preparedness
This course is ideal for all pet owners and pet caregivers. This
unique course covers common health and safety‑related issues
for dogs, cats, first aid basics, CPR, choking maneuvers for pets,
when to seek professional care and disaster planning steps for your
pet. You practice your skills on furry life‑like pet manikins. Course
completion results in a certification card valid for 3‑years from the
Emergency Care and Safety Institute. This very popular course fills
up quickly call and register early. PG174‑1018CT
$55.00
10/18/2014‑10/18/2014 Days:Sa
8:30 AM‑12:30 PM
Sessions: 1
Health
Career & Tech Ctr PE
PG174‑1101EL
11/1/2014‑11/1/2014
9:00 AM‑ 1:00 PM
Health $55.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 1
ELC BOCES Learning Center
Forest Farming ‑ Turn Your
Wooded Lot into a Bounty! ‑ NEW!
In this workshop, you will learn how to identify and grow edible and
medicinal species native to wooded lots typical in the mid‑Hudson
Valley. Learn appropriate habitat and planting methods for plants
such as ginseng, mushrooms and ramps. Course Instructor Valeria
A. Gheorghiu completed the Cornell Cooperative Extension Master
Gardener course in 2010, has organized and advised three community gardens and a small co‑operative farm with neighbors. She
owns a forest lot in Saugerties, on which she experiments with
native species.
PG185‑1004CT
10/4/2014‑10/4/2014
9:30 AM‑11:30 AM
Valeria A. Gheorghiu
$25.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
Sustainable Farming, Food Production
and Self‑Sufficiency – NEW!
This course is designed for the amateur gardener, farmer or landowner who is interested in expanding production, developing
sustainable practices, finding profitable markets and living the
dream. Through class work, hands‑on projects and site visits
the class will learn how to design, plan, and manage sustainable
food production. Students will develop individualized plans and
projects using the sustainable permaculture design system. John
House Wilson is a certified Permaculture Designer and educator
with years of experience gardening, farming and teaching. CU701‑0923CT
9/23/2014‑10/25/2014
6:00 PM‑8:00 PM (T)
10:00 AM-12:00 PM (Sa) John House Wilson
$129.00
Days:TSa
Sessions: 7
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Kundalini Yoga ‑ NEW!
Awaken your “kundalini” for greater awareness with the spiritual technology of human consciousness offered by Kundalini Yoga as taught
by Yogi Bhajan. Kundalini Yoga has been referred to as the “science
of angles and triangles” with prescribed sets eliciting predictable
effects. Each class is a unique kriya, consisting of specific sequences
of postures, pranayam, or breath patterns, deep relaxation with gong,
sound, mantras and meditation to awaken your creative potential. Classes also include inspirational quotes and teachings of Yogi Bhajan
to support a yogi lifestyle overall. Open to beginners and experienced
practitioners alike. Please note, entrance to the class in the gymnasium
will be by the South parking lot.
HF135‑1018CT
$169.00
10/18/2014‑11/22/2014 Days:Sa
9:30 AM‑11:30 PM
Sessions: 6
Valeria Gheorghiu
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Are We Having Fun Yet? ‑ NEW!
Discover new ways to reach, teach, stimulate, engage and encourage students or group members through interactive theatre
games and expressive arts experiences. In this experiential series,
teachers, group leaders, facilitators and coaches will learn ways
to apply the creative activities to curriculum, subject themes and
projects to make learning and teaching fun. PG181‑0915LK
9/15/2014‑10/20/2014
6:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Lori Rotolo
$89.00
Days:M
Sessions: 5
LKC Ulster CTC
PG181‑0918EL
9/18/2014‑10/16/2014
6:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Lori Rotolo
$89.00
Days:Th
Sessions: 5
ELC BOCES Learning Center
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Take time for yourself...
A Tale of Two Cities:
Kingston & Rondout ‑ NEW!
Follow the fascinating development of the Rondout through austere
beginnings as a trading post, the tumultuous influx of immigrants
during the construction of the D&H canal, the entrepreneurial days
of boat building, cement production and blue stone quarrying and
more. During this presentation you will visualize bygone days by way
of a creative power point presentation accompanied with modern day
images of the identical location. Join local enthusiast David Keehn as
he shares Kingston’s local history, which will conclude with a walking
tour of the area on September 27 (rain date, Oct. 4). PG182‑0906LK
9/6/2014‑9/27/2014
9:00 AM‑11:00 AM
David Keehn
$79.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 4
LKC Ulster CTC
Kingston Point Park:
Gateway to the Catskills ‑ NEW!
Multitudes of tourists, seeking relief from the big city hustle and
bustle boarded Hudson River Dayliners. Arriving at Kingston Point
Park, they would then continue their journey into the serene
Catskill Mountains for a luxurious stay at one of the golden era
resort hotels. In this offering we will study the man behind the
park and learn how he succeeded in creating an eastern seaboard
destination right here in Kingston! Participants will be transported back into the peak days of the park through a creative power
point presentation. Concluding this lecture with a walking tour of
Kingston Point on November 8 (rain date, Nov. 15).
PG183‑1018LK
10/18/2014‑11/8/2014
9:00 AM‑11:00 AM
David Keehn
$79.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 4
LKC Ulster CTC
The Common Threads of Local History,
Culture and Diversity ‑ NEW!
Experience our rich local history at its best and worst and see how
it has shaped our region and the way we interact today. Develop a
keener awareness of the diversity in your “neck of the woods”, while
curbing your curiosity and shedding some of the myths about culture and customs of your neighbors. Gain a newfound confidence
and live in harmony with your surroundings, and embrace the
components of our local history.
PG180‑0909CT
9/9/2014‑10/14/2014
7:00 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Sonia “Terri” Gittens
$79.00
Days:T
Sessions: 6
Career & Tech Ctr PE
PG180‑1104CT
11/4/2014‑12/16/2014
7:00 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Sonia “Terri” Gittens
$79.00
Days:T
Sessions: 6
Career & Tech Ctr PE
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Artist’s Way ‑ NEW!
The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity by Julia Cameron is a
literacy resource which will be utilized in this safe, exuberant and supportive class of creativity. You do not have to call yourself an artist to be here. Mostly experiential and lecture based workshops will help you to learn
and actively work on the principles, tools and exercises to access creativity
in all aspects of your life. Come ready to fill up your creative well. Tasks
will include the daily, private writing of morning pages, solo artist dates
and on‑your‑own artist’s walks. Self‑purchase of reference text is required.
PG179‑0903LK
9/3/2014‑10/8/2014
6:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Cecilia Deferrari
$109.00
Days: W
Sessions: 6
LKC Ulster CTC
PG179‑1015LK
10/15/14‑11/19/14
6:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Cecilia Deferrari
$109.00
Days: W
Sessions: 6
LKC Ulster CTC
The Sweet Flow of Culture & Spanish
Literature - NEW!
Through readings and poetry from South/Central and North America
you will examine the richness of the Spanish culture. Discussing current events, we will discover how the Spanish/Latino culture is growing and contributing to everyday lives. Self purchase of Like Water for
Chocolate, by Laura Esquivel, is recommended.
PG1840925CT
9/25/201410/23/2014
Amy White
$99.00
6:00 PM 8:00 PM
Days: Th Sessions: 5
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Freedom From Clutter:
Healthy Life, Healthy Home
Are you ready to transform the quality of your health and your
home for the better? Explore proven success strategies to lighten
up the process of clearing clutter. Design a workable plan, with
daily wellness steps, to motivate you to achieve weekly progress
toward your goals. Learn how group classes and individual coaching can make the difference in attaining your goals. Join us on
this joyful path to live a healthier life and live in a healthier, more
organized home. Tuition includes 90 minutes of personal (phone)
coaching from Instructor Marcy Perlmutter.
PG186‑0916CT
9/16/2014‑10/14/2014
Marcy Perlmutter
$149.00
Sessions: 5
Days: T
5:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Freedom From Clutter:
Live the Life of Your Dreams
Clear away the clutter that distracts you and you will have more
time to focus on what is important in your life. Design a vision‑based plan to achieve your organization and life goals. Learn
proven success strategies to simplify conquering your clutter. As
you get your life and home in order, you will be inspired to
achieve the life of your dreams. Tuition includes 90 minutes of
personal coaching (phone) from Instructor Marcy Perlmutter. PG187‑1028CT
$149.00
Sessions: 5
10/28/2014‑12/2/2014
Days:
T
5:30 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Marcy Perlmutter
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
The Arts and Crafts
Belly Dance with Barushka
Come learn the beautiful and feminine art of Belly Dancing. This
basic beginner class explores techniques of traditional movements of Belly Dance. Using choreography and improvisational
techniques, explore specifically structured moves & gestures. You
will work on fusion combos, locks and easy layering along with
fun choreography. The class includes brief belly dance history, a
warmup along with dance steps, queuing techniques, posture and
positioning ideas. HF107-1014CT
$59.00
10/14/2014-11/18/2014 Days:T
5:30 PM-6:30 PM
Sessions: 5
Barbara Strnadova
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Build Your Own Guitar ‑ NEW!
Students will be building their own “Martin style” acoustic guitar
(either a D or an Om) from a kit under the guidance of an experienced woodworker and guitar maker. The focus of the class
is the learning process of assembly and fitting the parts. This is
a great introduction to guitar building without investing in specialized tools. Included with tuition is the cost of a high quality
kit. Customization is possible to meet the student’s needs. Various
finishing options will be discussed. Everything to build the guitar
is furnished except the turners which students will need to provide. Instructor: Bill Sterling
TR601‑0918CT
$699.00
9/18/2014‑2/26/2015 Days:Th
6:30 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Sessions: 20
Bill Sterling
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Introduction to SLR Digital Photography
Learn how to use your SLR digital camera and what to do with all
those pictures after you’ve taken them. Sally Delmerico will explain
basic digital terminology and de-mystify the menus of your SLR
digital camera. Discussing various programs cameras offer, focusing on what is exposure, how to meter for better effect, plus available tools to help utilize existing light by adjustment of aperture
and shutter speed. Come away with the understanding of what all
those buttons and dials are used for! You are encouraged to bring
your own camera to class.
$119.00
AR125-0915CT
9/15/2014-10/6/2014 Days:M
6:00 PM-9:00 PM
Sessions: 4
Sally Delmerico
Career & Tech Ctr PE
AR125-0105CT
1/5/2015-2/2/2015
6:00 PM -9:00 PM
Sally Delmerico
$119.00
Days:
M
Sessions: 4
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
Intro to Digital Photography for
Compact Cameras
Is it time to realize the full potential of your compact camera? Your future
photos need not be simple in style, learn proper use of your digital camera
beyond the ease of a typical point and shoot method. Join instructor Sally
Delmerico as she shares with you techniques to get the most out of your
camera. Do not forget to bring your camera to class.
AR171-1117CT
11/17/2014-12/1/2014
6:00 PM -9:00 PM
Sally Delmerico
$89.00
Days:M
Sessions: 3
Career & Tech Ctr PE
How to Take Great Holiday Photos
Gathering friends and family in one place to capture that annual
holiday photo tends to be an exasperating experience for most of
us. Good news! Sally Delmerico will teach us her tried and true
techniques to capturing that great holiday photo to share and
post. Remember to bring your camera to class.
AR172-1208CT
12/8/2014-12/8/2014
6:00 PM-9:00 PM
Sally Delmerico
$39.00
Days:M
Sessions: 1
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Creating a Digital Photo Book ‑ NEW!
Using software called Shutterfly, you will learn how to create
and publish your own coffee table ready photo book. You will
be taught how to navigate the site to get the most out of your
project. You will learn how to choose from a vast array of page
layouts, design elements, font & text styles to develop your own
personalized product. By creating a Shutterfly book, you will not
only preserve your photos but present them to friends and family
in a highly accessible way. IT232‑1020CT
10/20/2014‑11/3/2014
5:30 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Debbi Adelman
$89.00
Days:M
Sessions: 3
Career & Tech Ctr PE
How to Get the Most Out of
My iPhone or iPad ‑ NEW!
Aaawww a new gadget, now what? This class is for those that
would like to enter the world of “smartphone living” and to better
understand the capacities of your Apple iPhone or iPad. This class
will teach you about shortcuts, text and photo editing, sending images, email, internet surfing. Explore the app store and learn how
to download some of your favorites, many of which are free. The
world is at your fingertips! Let us show you how. IT233‑1110CT
$59.00
11/10/2014‑11/17/2014 Days:M
5:30 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Sessions: 2
Debbi Adelman
Career & Tech Ctr PE
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Hands on
REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
The Arts and Crafts
Painting: An Introduction
Knitting For Beginners
Learn to paint a landscape, a basic portrait, and a still life in this
step‑by‑step class. Instructor Paul Abrams, MFA shares his experience and knowledge as he teaches the basic techniques of painting in water‑soluble oils. View his artwork at www.paulabrams.
com. Some art experience helpful. Supply list upon registration
‑ estimated cost approx. $100. Register early as seats are limited!
AR102-0908CT
$169.00
9/8/2014‑10/20/2014 Days:M
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
Sessions: 6
Paul Abrams
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Knitting isn’t just for grandma anymore! With the introduction of
new, wild fibers, colorful ribbons, and trendy yarns, knitting has resurfaced as a creative outlet and a stress relief for women and men
of all ages. This class is designed to teach students basic knitting
techniques; how to knit, purl, cast on, and cast off. Bring one skein
of your favorite yarn and a pair of #15 knitting needles to the first
class. This class is for non‑knitters and beginners. Laurie will guide
you through your first project from start to finish as she teaches
you how to knit a hat/cap. Fiber Artist Laurie DiFalco creates colorful unique designs for her business, The Fiber Farm.
Handbuilding with Clay ‑ NEW!
This class teaches the basics of crafting your very own creations. Anyone can build with clay at home for enjoyment without investing
in expensive equipment. Basic methods covered will include pinch
pots, slab work, sprigging and coil building. Once each basic method
has been used in an individual object, they will be combined in another piece to enable an understanding of creating a wide range of
finished work at home. This course will cover decoration techniques
such as imprinting, paper resist, under glazing and glazing. Other
things covered will be pottery terms for discussing completed work,
wedging, where to find your own clay, creating homemade tools and
inexpensive firing methods. $25 material fee is payable to the instructor first day of class. Maximum class size is 10 students. AR177‑0912CT
$159.00
9/12/2014‑10/1/2014 Days:WFSa
6:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM (WF)
9:30 AM-12:00 PM (sa)
Sessions: 6
Andrea Walcutt Perez
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Drawing Made Easy
This course offers an opportunity to learn drawing skills, techniques,
and pictorial development. Explore the basic artistic principles necessary to draw realistic renderings, including figurative, portraiture, landscape drawing, and still life using techniques such as form, proportion,
value, light, shadow, and perspective. Bring pencils, sharpener, eraser,
paper, and/or sketchbook to class. Taught by professional artist Paul
Abrams, MFA. View his artwork at www.paulabrams.com. AR130‑1103CT
$135.00
6:00 PM‑ 9:00 PM
11/3/2014‑12/1/2014
Days: M
Sessions: 5
Paul Abrams
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Oriental Brush Painting
Through demonstration of the traditional brush‑ink painting techniques
and the appreciation of the literati style of Asian cultures (Chinese, Korean,
Japanese) join Instructor Sunwha Gil in this step‑by‑step class. While doing
so, develop your unique artistic style using strokes and ink, varieties of thick
and thin, swift and slow to express the sensations of object in Oriental Brush
Painting. Supply list upon registration ‑ estimated cost approx. $50.00 AR170‑0918CT
$199.00
5:30 PM‑ 8:30 PM
9/18/2014‑11/6/2014
Days: Th
Sessions: 8
Sunwha Gil
Career & Tech Ctr PE
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AR111‑0916CT
9/16/2014‑9/30/2014
6:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Laurie DiFalco
$57.00
Days:T
Sessions: 3
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Knitting II
If you’ve mastered the traditional knit and purl, here’s your chance
to learn four new stitches. Instructor Laurie DiFalco will teach you
how to create the rib stitch, cable stitch, seed stitch, and garter
stitch. You’ll get plenty of practice as you incorporate these stitches
into a scarf you’ll make in class. Bring one skein of yarn and #15
knitting needles to class. Fiber Artist Laurie DiFalco creates colorful
unique designs for her business, The Fiber Farm.
AR142‑1008CT
$57.00
10/14/2014‑10/28/2014 Days:T
6:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Sessions: 3
Laurie DiFalco
Career & Tech Ctr PE
It’s All Greek to Me? ‑ NEW!
Is reading a knitting or crocheting pattern extremely frustrating to
you? Does it look like it is written in a foreign language or coding?
Is this correct, how am I supposed to make something out of this? I have my yarn, my needles, my confusing pattern now what? This
class is designed to help you to interpret step by step the pattern
at hand. You will build your confidence with vocabulary, abbreviations and a collection of terms to guide you to success! Material
list will be provided upon registration.
AR178‑1107CT
11/7/2014‑11/21/2014
6:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Laurie DiFalco
$57.00
Days:F
Sessions: 3
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Arm Knitting for the Beginner ‑ NEW!
Yup! Using your arms to create a knitted piece is as easy as crossing
your arms (well almost)! Join master fiber artist Laurie DiFalco as
she leads this class in this new technique of extreme knitting. A
materials list will be provided upon registration. AR179‑1105CT
11/5/2014‑11/19/2014
6:00 PM‑ 8:00 PM
Laurie DiFalco
$57.00
Days:W
Sessions: 3
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
Language Arts
Language Classes for Beginners
The following introductory language classes are designed for those people who want to learn to communicate in German, Irish, Spanish,
Italian at work, in a social setting or in a school environment. They are also helpful for travelers to foreign countries where these languages
are spoken. Basic skills will be achieved through interactive practice using common conversation.
Spanish I
Fall Italian Weekend Workshop
This course is intended for people who want to communicate in
Spanish at work, in a social setting, or in a school environment.
Also helpful for travelers to Spanish‑speaking locales. No previous
knowledge of Spanish is needed. Basic skills will be achieved
through interactive practice using common conversation. Spanish
is the fastest growing language spoken in the U.S. and now is the
time to begin learning it.
Join author and lecturer Gabrielle Euvino in this intensive but highly
enjoyable weekend workshop. Students will study the Italian language
and appreciate Italian culture through the weaving of historical, linguistic, culinary, literary and musical threads. Practicing pronunciation while
learning more about the etymological roots of common Italian words and
expressions. Bring an Italian/English dictionary. The book, The Complete
Idiot’s Guide to Learning Italian 4th edition (Alpha), will be included with the
tuition. In addition, there is a $10 material fee payable to the instructor. Meeting Friday, 10/17 5:30 ‑ 8:30 PM, and Saturday 10/18, 10 AM ‑ 3 PM.
LA108‑1002CT
10/2/2014‑11/20/2014
6:00 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Patricia Vasquez‑Trimpe
$199.00
Days:Th
Sessions: 8
Career & Tech Ctr PE
LA108‑1002EL
10/1/2014‑11/20/2014
6:00 PM‑ 8:30 PM
$199.00
Days:W
Sessions: 8
ELC BOCES Learning Center
Spanish II
If you took Spanish I at Ulster BOCES, have elementary skills in spoken
Spanish and a background vocabulary, or know Spanish grammar
but have not yet developed comfort with your speaking ability ‑ here
is your chance to further your skills and to broaden your vocabulary.
Conversational simulations will be used to practice new skills in real‑life
situations, such as foreign travel and employer/employee interactions.
Prerequisite: Completion of Spanish I or permission of the instructor.
Textbook is an additional $20.00 fee.
LA110‑0908CT
9/8/2014‑11/3/2014
6:00 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Patricia Vasquez‑Trimpe
$179.00
Days:M
Sessions: 8
Career & Tech Ctr PE
LA110‑1204CT
12/4/2014‑2/5/2015
6:00 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Patricia Vasquez‑Trimpe
$179.00
Days:Th
Sessions: 8
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Spanish III
Increase your fluency in Spanish in this class that places an emphasis on conversational skills where Patricia will focus on verbal
conjugation in past, present, and future tenses. Prerequisite:
Completion of Spanish II or permission of the instructor.
LA101‑1117CT
11/17/2014‑1/26/2015
6:00 PM‑ 8:30 PM
Patricia Vasquez‑Trimpe
$179.00
Days:M
Sessions: 8
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
LA107‑1017CT
$89.00
10/17/2014‑10/18/2014 Days:FSa
9:00 PM‑ 3:00 PM
Sessions: 2
Gabrielle Euvino
Career & Tech Ctr PE
German I
This class will explore the basics of the German language. An
emphasis will be placed upon practical, real life experiences with
the language, culture, and customs. Instructor John Spindler has
always had a love for the German language. He spent a semester
studying in Heidelberg and is a Certified German teacher.
LA118‑0924CT
9/24/2014‑11/12/2014
6:00 PM‑ 8:30 PM
John Spindler
$189.00
Days:W
Sessions: 10
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Irish Language ‑ NEW!
Irish is the oldest written language in Northern Europe. The Irish
language is one of the accepted languages of the European Union. Students will be introduced to the history of the language and will
learn how to hold a basic conversation in Irish. The Instructor, Patrick
Higgins is from Galway, Ireland and also teaches at Vassar College.
LA136‑0909HH
$119.00
9/9/2014‑10/28/2014 Days:T
6:00 PM‑ 7:30 PM
Sessions: 8
Patrick Higgins
Highland High School
Basic Chinese (Mandarin)
This course is for the adult learner who has no background in
Chinese, and for travelers who want to take a quick course on
Chinese. By the time students finish this course they will have
learned about ninety basic sentence patterns, basic grammar,
and will be able to navigate airports, train stations, restaurants
and hotels. Recommended textbook purchase is found at www.
elegantevidence.com/chineseclass.htm.
$159.00
LA132-1020HH
10/20/2014 12/15/2014
Days: M
6:30 PM 8:30 PM
Sessions: 9
Jing Shuai
Highland High School
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REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
Hands on
Language Arts
Beginning Signs I
Beginning Signs Workshop II
Learn beginning signs including the alphabet, numbers, colors, calendar, and family words. This is an opportunity for teachers wanting to
add sign language to their classroom activities, parents looking for a
fun way to communicate with their children, and anyone interested in
a short introduction to sign language. Instructor Rebecca Swenson is
a lecturer in American Sign Language and Deaf Culture at SUNY New
Paltz. She holds a Masters in Deaf Education from Gallaudet University
and has a diverse background working with students of all ages.
LA104‑1018CT
$79.00
10/18/2014‑10/25/2014
Days: Sa
Rebecca S. Swenson
9:00 AM‑12:00 PM
Sessions: 2
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Review using signs from the first workshop and learn additional
vocabulary related to school, food, activities, weather and animals. Practice using signs in conversational activities. Instructor Rebecca
Swenson holds a Masters in Deaf Education from Gallaudet
University and teaches at SUNY New Paltz.
LA131‑1101CT
11/1/2014‑11/8/2014
9:00 AM‑12:00 PM
Rebecca S. Swenson
$79.00
Days:Sa
Sessions: 2
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Defensive Driving & Boating Safety
Defensive Driving: NYS Point Reduction
We offer the defensive driving insurance point reduction program approved by the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles through
the New York Safety Program. This course should be taken every three years to earn a 10% discount on your liability and collision
insurance premiums and may be repeated every 18‑months for a deduction of up to four points from your driver’s license. Bring
your license to the first class. All classes are 6 hrs. Saturday classes: Bring a bag lunch. Pre‑registration required. All classes are $45.
Course Code
Date
Day
Meeting Time
Location
Instructor
DD101 - 0913CT
9/13/14
Sat
9 - 3:30
Port Ewen
Snyder
DD101 - 0920EL
9/20
Sat
9 - 3:30
Ellenville
Mueller
DD101 - 0923HH
9/23 - 9/25
Tue/Thur
6:30 -9:30
Highland
Snyder
DD101 - 1007CT
10/7 - 10/9
Tue/Thur
6:30 - 9:30
Port Ewen
Snyder
DD101 - 1020EL
10/20 - 10/22
Mon/Wed
6:30 - 9:30
Ellenville
Mueller
DD101 - 1025CT
10/25
Sat
9 - 3:30
Port Ewen
Snyder
DD101 - 1103CT
11/3 - 11/5
Mon/Wed
6:30 - 9:30
Port Ewen
Mueller
DD101 - 1118HH
11/18 - 11/20
Tue/Thur
6:30 - 9:30
Highland
Snyder
DD101 - 1122EL
11/22
Sat
9 - 3:30
Ellenville
Mueller
DD101 - 1206CT
12/6
Sat
9 - 3:30
Port Ewen
Snyder
DD101 - 0111EL
1/11/2015
Sat
9 - 3:30
Ellenville
Mueller
DD101 - 0121CT
1/20- 1/22
Tue/Thur
6:30 - 9:30
Port Ewen
Snyder
DD101 - 0207CT
2/7
Sat
9 - 3:30
Port Ewen
Snyder
Register on-line at
www.ulsterboces.org
Senior Discount Promo Code: SrDi
Visit www.ulsterboces.org
and find the quick-link to
NYSP ON-LINE
DEFENSIVE
DRIVING COURSES.
New York State Safety
Program courses qualify
as part of the Internet
Point and Insurance
Reduction Program (IPIRP)
approved by the DMV.
Boating Safety Course
This 8 hour course is required for all (PWC) personal watercraft operators and for power boat operators born after May 1, 1996. It covers the
legal and safety requirements for operating a boat in New York State and includes a review of Hudson River navigational charts. Satisfactory
completion will earn you an official NYS Boating Safety certificate. Certification is good for life and is recognized by the United States Coast
Guard and most other states and may earn you a discount annually on your watercraft insurance. Instructor Len Cleveland has been teaching
boating safety at Ulster BOCES for over 17 years. Additional expense fee for permanent safety certificate from NYS is $10, (no charge for
those under 18 years of age) and payable directly to New York State Parks. This course is open to all students at least 10 years of age (with a
registered supervising adult in attendance) or older. DD102‑0818CT
8/18/2014‑8/20/2014
5:30 PM‑ 9:30 PM
Len Cleveland
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$50.00
Days:MW
Sessions: 2
Career & Tech Ctr PE
DD102‑0922CT
9/22/2014‑9/24/2014
5:30 PM‑ 9:30 PM
Len Cleveland
$50.00
Days:MW
Sessions: 2
Career & Tech Ctr PE
Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
Computers
Computers for Beginners
iMovie (Mac)
Are you brand new to computers and don’t know where to start?
If so, this is the class for you! We will cover the very basics in hardware and software. Become comfortable with using the mouse to
navigate the desktop. This class will cover the essentials to get your
started. We will type a short letter and save it and learn how to
access the internet.
PREREQUISITE: Familiarity with the Mac OS x operating system.
IMovie is a powerful Mac application for creating movies using
your photos, digital video clips, and music. iMovie already comes
installed on your Mac and is perfect for educational and home use. We will cover importing, working with video and audio, as well as
transitions, titles, and effects. We will also explore different ways to
export and share your movie. iTunes and iPhoto will also be used
in this class. This class is structured for the new iMovie user. IT231‑1007NP
10/7/2014‑10/7/2014
8:30 AM‑ 3:30 PM
Pascale Martel
$79.00
Days:T
Sessions: 1
New Paltz Conference Ctr
Gmail Basics
Make the transition to Gmail! Learn how to organize your email
using conversations, labels, stars, and super stars. We will also look
at how to manage contacts, use filters, search, use the vacation
responder, and more. Discover how easy it is to accomplish your
everyday tasks in Gmail.
IT218‑1106NP
11/6/2014‑11/6/2014
12:30 PM‑ 3:30 PM
Pascale Martel
$39.00
Days:Th
Sessions: 1
New Paltz Conference Ctr
Google Forms ‑ NEW!
Google Forms Prerequisite: Gmail account
With Google Forms, you can quickly create a form or survey, send
it to students, parents, teachers, or staff, and keep track of the answers in one spreadsheet. Responses are collected and displayed
immediately in a corresponding Google Drive spreadsheet which
allows you to sort, analyze, and visualize the information. You can
send forms to anyone or link them on a published web site. Forms
also generate an automatic summary with charts, graphs, and statistics about your form responses and can notify you when new
responses are submitted. In this class, we will create a Google Form
and see how the data is reported.
IT222‑1017NP
$39.00
10/17/2014‑10/17/2014 Days:F
9:00 AM‑12:00 PM
Sessions: 1
Pat Johnson
New Paltz Conference Ctr
MS OneNote Introduction – NEW!
MS OneNote 2010 Introduction Learn the basics of using Microsoft
OneNote 2010, a digital notebook that provides a single place
where you can gather all of your notes and/or research. The built‑in
organizational tools within OneNote help you organize, search, and
share information easily.
IT605‑1029NP
$39.00
10/29/2014‑10/29/2014 Days:W
12:30 PM‑ 3:30 PM
Sessions: 1
Pascale Martel
New Paltz Conference Ctr
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
IT208‑1022NP
$79.00
10/22/2014‑10/22/2014 Days:W
8:30 AM‑ 3:30 PM
Sessions: 1
Pat Johnson
New Paltz Conference Ctr
Keynote Introduction
Keynote ‘09 (Mac)Keynote is Apple’s iWork application for creating
simple to advanced presentations. Keynote ’09 allows you to create dynamic presentations containing text, graphics, tables, charts,
video, and sound. Participants will be introduced to Keynote’s animation tools and powerful graphics tools; add dazzling text effects
and slide transitions; utilize over 35 Apple designed themes; smart
builds with Drop Zones; exporting Keynote files to various formats,
including Flash, You Tube™, iPhone, and iPod, HTML, MP3, and PDF
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the Mac operating system.
IT604‑1112NP
$79.00
11/12/2014‑11/12/2014 Days:W
8:30 AM‑ 3:30 PM
Sessions: 1
Pat Johnson
New Paltz Conference Ctr
Live Movie Maker for Windows 7
With Windows Live Movie Maker (only for Windows Vista & Windows
7), you can easily and quickly turn your photos and videos into polished movies. Add special effects, transitions, music, and captions to
help tell your story. The new Windows Live Movie Maker includes an
array of new features that make it simple for you to create, publish to
YouTube or Facebook, and share movies online, in a matter of clicks. Participants will use their own digital photos to create a finished movie,
complete with music and special effects. This movie will be saved to
a CD‑ROM (not supplied). Please bring your digital photos (maximum
10‑15) on CD or thumb drive, and two blank CD‑R’s to record your
finished movie to take home. We will not be transferring photos from
your camera. Prerequisite: Windows Vista or Windows 7 Introduction
or equivalent experience.
IT196‑1031NP
$39.00
10/31/2014‑10/31/2014 Days:F
9:00 AM‑12:00 PM
Sessions: 1
Pat Johnson
New Paltz Conference Ctr
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REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
Hands on
Computers
2014 Go-to-Meeting Online Computer Training or “Slices”
Our “slices” will offer 45 minutes of application training content followed by 15 minutes of group
discussion. Participants will be able to access a web site to view and listen to the various “slice”
offerings by MHRIC trainers. Several audio options will be provided in order to allow the participants to communicate with the trainer and others in attendance. For detail information and system
requirements, go to www.mhric.org/slices. Log-on instructions are sent to your personal email,
which is required upon enrollment.
$25 PER SLICE
ON-
Course Code
Slice
Date
Time
Instructor
SL101-1010NPv
Instagram
Oct. 10
9:00-10:00
Pat Johnson
SL117-1010NPv
iTunes ’11 Overview
Oct. 10
11:00-12:00
Pat Johnson
SL103-1010NPv
Pinterest
Oct. 10
1:00-2:00
Pat Johnson
SL123-1015NPv
Appy Hour
Oct. 15
4:00-5:00
Pat Johnson
SL105-1015NPv
Twitter
Oct. 15
5:30-6:30
Pat Johnson
SL121-1030NPv
Word Tables
Oct. 30
9:00-10:00
Pascale Martel
SL122-1030NPv
Word Graphics
Oct. 30
10:30-11:30
Pascale Martel
SL130-1030NPv
Word Tabs & Indents
Oct. 30
1:00-2:00
Pascale Martel
SL131-1030NPv
Word Bullets & Numbering
Oct. 30
2:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
SL124-1103NPv
Excel Functions & Formulas
Nov. 3
4:00-5:00
Pascale Martel
SL116-1103NPv
Excel Shortcuts, Tips, & Tricks
Nov. 3
5:30-6:30
Pascale Martel
SL103-1113NPv
Pinterest
Nov. 13
4:00-5:00
Pat Johnson
SL101-1113NPv
Instagram
Nov. 13
5:30-6:30
Pat Johnson
SL120-1118NPv
iMovie for the iPad
Nov. 18
4:00-5:00
Pat Johnson
SL102-1118NPv
iPad Tips & Tricks
Nov. 18
5:30-6:30
Pat Johnson
SL109-1208NPv
Excel – Working with Lists
Dec. 8
4:00-5:00
Pascale Martel
SL110-1208NPv
Word Mail Merge
Dec. 8
5:30-6:30
Pascale Martel
SL101-0121NPv
Instagram
Jan. 21
9:00-10:00
Pat Johnson
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Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
The classes listed below are held at the Ulster BOCES New Paltz Campus, Mid-Hudson Regional Information Center. For course
descriptions, go to www.mhric.org/tssclasses.html. Pre-registration is due at least one week prior to class start. Register on-line at
www.ulsterboces.org/adult or for personal assistance call (845) 331-5050. Seats are limited. Students should bring a CD-R or flash
stick to save your work.
COURSE CODE
IT231-1007NP
OPERATING SYSTEM CLASSES
Computers for Beginners
DATE
Oct. 7
TUITION
$79.00
MEETING TIME
8:30-3:30
INSTRUCTOR
Pascale Martel
IT198-1023NP
Mac OS 10.7 Introduction
Oct. 23
$79.00
8:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
IT198-0122NP
Mac OS 10.7 Introduction
Jan. 22
$79.00
8:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
IT168-1008NP
Switching from the PC to the Mac 10.7
Oct. 8
$39.00
9:00-12:00
Pat Johnson
IT168-1014NP
Switching from the PC to the Mac 10.7
Oct. 14
$39.00
4:00-7:00
Pat Johnson
IT168-0107NP
Switching from the PC to the Mac 10.7
Jan. 7
$39.00
9:00-12:00
Pat Johnson
WORD PROCESSING CLASSES
IT150-1009NP
Word Introduction
Oct. 9
$79.00
8:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
IT150-0108NP
Word Introduction
Jan. 8
$79.00
8:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
IT153-1105NP
Word Intermediate
Nov 5
$79.00
8:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
Oct. 9
$79.00
8:30-3:30
Sheldon Potolsky
DATABASE CLASSES
IT156-1009NP
Access Introduction
IT156-0108NP
Access Introduction
Jan. 8
$79.00
8:30-3:30
Sheldon Potolsky
IT163-1113NP
Access Intermediate
Nov13
$79.00
8:30-3:30
Sheldon Potolsky
IT165-1204NP
Access Forms
Dec. 4
$39.00
9:00-12:00
Sheldon Potolsky
IT166-1211NP
Access Queries
Dec 11
$39.00
8:30-11:30
Sheldon Potolsky
IT169-1211NP
Access Reports
Dec 11
$39.00
12:30-3:30
Sheldon Potolsky
SPREADSHEET CLASSES
IT151-1016NP
Excel Introduction
Oct. 16
$79.00
8:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
IT151-0113NP
Excel Introduction
Jan. 13
$79.00
8:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
IT158-1020NP
Excel Intermediate
Oct. 20
$39.00
4:00-7:00
Pascale Martel
IT158-1113NP
Excel Intermediate
Nov. 13
$79.00
8:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
IT178-0129NP
Excel Charts
Jan. 29
$39.00
12:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
IT603-1118NP
Excel Conditional Formatting & Pivot Tables
Nov. 18
$39.00
12:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
IT119-1203NP
Excel Shortcuts, Tips, & Tricks
Dec. 3
$39.00
12:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
IT208-1022NP
iMovie ‘11 (Mac)
Oct. 22
$79.00
8:30-3:30
Pat Johnson
IT217-1107NP
iPad Introduction
Nov. 7
$39.00
9:00-12:00
Pat Johnson
SPECIALTY CLASSES
IT217-0123NP
iPad Introduction
Jan. 23
$39.00
9:00-12:00
Pat Johnson
IT223-1105NP
iPhoto
Nov. 5
$59.00
9:00-1:00
Pat Johnson
IT223-0129NP
iPhoto
Jan. 29
$59.00
9:00-1:00
Pat Johnson
IT207-1029NP
iTunes 11: It’s Not Just About Music (Mac)
Oct. 29
$39.00
9:00-12:00
Pat Johnson
IT206-1024NP
iTunes 11: It’s Not Just About Music (PC)
Oct. 24
$39.00
9:00-12:00
Pat Johnson
IT604-1112NP
Keynote Introduction
Nov. 12
$79.00
8:30-3:30
Pat Johnson
IT196-1031NP
Live Movie Maker for Windows 7
Oct. 31
$39.00
9:00-12:00
Pat Johnson
IT605-1029NP
MS OneNote Introduction
Oct. 29
$39.00
12:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
IT173-0129NP
PowerPoint Introduction
Jan. 29
$79.00
8:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
Nov. 6
$39.00
12:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
INTERNET CLASSES
IT218-1106NP
Gmail Basics
IT219-1120NP
Google Calendar Basics
Nov. 20
$39.00
8:30-11:30
Pascale Martel
IT220-1120NP
Google Drive Basics
Nov. 20
$39.00
12:30-3:30
Pascale Martel
IT222-1017NP
Google Forms
Oct. 17
$39.00
9:00-12:00
Pat Johnson
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REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
Hands on
Ulster Adult Career Education Center continues to offer dynamic training opportunities inviting students to advance in
career demand occupations of health, business and industry. Our nationally accredited training is designed to be hands-on,
work oriented and leading to gainful employment in your chosen career path . . . a career to be proud of.
Ulster County BOCES is accredited through the:
Council on Occupational Education
7840 Roswell Road, Building 300, Suite 325, Atlanta, GA 30350
(770) 396-3898 or (800) 917-2081 • Fax (770) 396-3790 • www.council.org
C.O.E. accredited programs include:
Practical Nursing* Surgical Technology*
Medical Assistant Adult Cosmetology
LET US HELP YOU FUND YOUR NEW CAREER TRAINING!
*
Federal student loan and grant programs are available for Title IV approved programs. This aid may assist
students and families with resources to meet the necessary costs which include tuition, supplies, personal
needs, transportation, and miscellaneous expenses.
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•
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Pell Grants (a Federal entitlement program)
Federal Student Loans (low-interest loans guaranteed by the Federal Government)
0% Payment Plans (for remaining balances, negotiated to cover balances after aid is applied)
For additional information on financial aid call (845) 331-5050 Ext 2218, or email: [email protected]
Career Admissions Requirements:
• Attend an Open House. Cannot attend an open house? Call (845) 331-5050 or 331-0902 to schedule an orientation
appointment.
• Complete Prerequisites: Application/Admissions paperwork and Entry Assessment as required by specific programs.
• Practical Nursing & Surgical Technologist applicants must attend a Financial Aid Orientation, to review Federal Student Aid,
available funding opportunities and payment plans.
Ulster BOCES Refund Policy for full-time or part-time certificate programs:
• Refund policy is uniformly administered
• Refunds, when due, are made without requiring a request from the student.
• Refunds, when due, are made within 45 days of the last day of attendance.
A refund amount will be assessed based on the following conditions and as approved by the Director.
• 100% returned if drop occurs up to one week prior to or on the first day of class.
• 90% returned if drop occurs after the first day of class through the first 10% of instructional class time accrued.
• 50% returned if drop occurs after 10% of class time is accrued and before 25% of instructional class time is accrued.
• 25% returned if drop occurs after the 1st 25% and before 50% of instructional class time is accrued.
• After 50% of period has elapsed – Ulster County BOCES will retain all of the tuition.
Retention of tuition and fees collected in advance for a student who does not commence class will not exceed $100.
Outstanding balances: Ulster BOCES reserves the right to withhold student transcripts and deny approval for State Board Examinations
to any student who has an outstanding balance. Ulster BOCES complies with the refund policies adopted by the Commission of the
Council on Occupational Education. For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed
the program, and other important information please visit our web site at www.ulsterboces.org/gainfullemploymentdata.
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Education
HEALTH ALLIANCE
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Workp
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Your employees are your greatest asset.
Give them the training they deserve at the Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education
Center. We take great pride in helping many local companies increase their productivity through workforce education. Among them are:
- Benedictine Hospital
- Colonial Oil & Gas
- Ellenville Regional Hospital
- Fair Rite
- Alcoa Fastening Systems
- Kingston Fire Fighters
- Kingston Hospital
- Lehigh Cement Company
- Local 265 Carpenters Union
- Local 417 Ironworkers
- Marist College
- Metro North Railroad
- NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
- Niekamp Tool
- Omega Institute
- Ryan Insurance
- Ulster County Government
- United Precision Gage, Inc.
- Viking Industries
- Woodstock Percussion...and more
High quality education programs are available at reasonable rates for corporate or small businesses. Customized training may be delivered on-site at your place of business or at one of our vocational centers throughout Ulster County.
Please contact Bill Doughman, Program Coordinator at (845) 331-5050 ext. 2226 to set up the program you need.
Trade Areas
- Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
- Heating & Plumbing
- CNC Programming
- Geometric Tolerances
- Shop Math
- Blueprinting Reading
-Welding
- Master Cam
Information Technology
- Network Administration
- Help Desk Training
- A+ Certification Preparation
SAMPLE TRAINING PROGRAMS
Computer Applications
-Excel
-Access
-Word
-PowerPoint
- Microsoft Outlook
- Web Design
- MOS Certification Prep
- IC³ Certification Prep
Health & Safety
- Infection Control
- First Aid & CPR
- Sexual Harassment
Employee Skills
- Team Building
- Workplace Math
- Workplace Communication
- Technical Writing Skills
- Defensive Driving
- Problem Solving in the Workplace
- Spanish for the Workplace
Customer Service
- Listening Skills
- Telephone Skills
- Dealing with Difficult People
- Problem Solving
Businesses may also enroll employees in any course listed in this catalog.
Why not call the Ulster BOCES Program Coordinator today?
For more information and to request a current catalog of courses, please call the Ulster Adult Career Education
Center at (845) 331-5050 ext. 2226 or visit us on-line at www.ulsterboces.org.
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
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REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
Hands on
Worker
Readiness
Credential
Prepared by the
National work
Readiness Council
www.workreadiness.com
The
National
Work
Readiness
Credential is a web-based assessment that demonstrates that job
candidates are well prepared to
enter the workforce with the skills
necessary to succeed in entry-level
employment.
includes;
The assessment
reading
and
oral
language skills, situational judgment, and using math to solve
problems and make decisions.
Earning
the
National
Work
Readiness Credential is a confirmation of an applicant’s preparation
for potential employment.
Ulster BOCES is a testing site for
the NWRC and offers preexamination preparation classes
prior to a scheduled credential
exam. Call (845) 331-5050,
ext. 2226 for more information.
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Ulster BOCES salutes
our returning veterans.
Let Ulster BOCES help you with your education needs. Our VA approved training programs will
fast-track you to an employable skill-set. Visit us at our Open House on August 6, 5:30 PM.
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Hospitality
Culinary
Cannot Attend an Open House?
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
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REGISTRATION DEADLINE is due ONE WEEK PRIOR to CLASS START
Hands on
General Information
z
Ulster BOCES
is a non-smoking
campus.
CAREER CLASSES:
Career classes are available based
upon consultation with your career
advisor. Please call 331-5050 for an
admissions appointment.
REFUNDS & CANCELLATIONS:
Because our instructional program is
self-sustaining, revenue from course
fees must cover all instructional and
material costs. If revenue is inadequate because registration is below
minimum, the Adult Program can
cancel a course or reduce the number of sessions to enable the course
to run. Cancellation of courses that
do not reach minimum enrollment
takes place one week before starting
date. Registrants are notified by
phone when a course is cancelled.
We must, therefore, adhere to the
refund policy described below. All
fees will be refunded if classes are
cancelled by BOCES. If you would like
to cancel your place in class:
Notify us BEFORE the registration due
date and you will receive a refund.
A $10.00 processing fee will be deducted from any refund, transfer or
course credit approved for a course.
Neither refunds, nor rain checks will be
available AFTER the first class meeting.
Refund Policy for Career Track, or
Full-time or Courses scheduled for
100 hours or greater: Please refer to
your Student Handbook or speak to
your career counselor for a refund
schedule.
TRAINING & FINANCIAL AID
ASSISTANCE
Ulster BOCES offers subsidized
tuition assistance and or access
to FINANCIAL AID to qualified
INDIVIDUALS in many of career and
skills programs. Call (845) 331-5050,
or 331-0902 for more information
about careers in addition to training
opportunities, funding/financial aid.
PELL GRANTS:
Available for Practical Nurse and
Surgical Technologist programs
Not all individuals will be eligible for
funding. Decisions are often made
by the funding source and not by
Ulster BOCES. Ulster BOCES makes
no representations concerning
whether you will receive funding for
any particular program based upon
information in this brochure.
60 & OLDER:
We are pleased to offer a 20%
discount on tuition only to adult
learners, age 60 and over, for any
course under 100 hours, EXCLUDING
the Computer E-Learning Resource
Center, Renewable Energy series,
and certain other programs as noted
in this catalog. Call (845) 331-5050
to pre-determine if discount may be
applied.
Notify us AFTER the registration due
date and 24 hours BEFORE the first
class meeting and you will receive
a course credit that is valid for one
year and can be applied to another
Continuing Education course, or
you may transfer the course fee to DISABLED PERSONS:
ACCES-VR (Adult Career and
another class.
Continuing Education ServicesRefunds are made by credit card Vocational Rehabilitation) may
or check, depending on form of provide tuition assistance for eligible
payment used for registration. Check individuals for certain programs. Visit
refunds are issued through the www.acces.nysed.gov/vr. for more
Ulster BOCES Central Administrative information.
Offices, NOT by the Adult Education
Office. Please allow up to 45-days OUT OF WORK?
for credits to appear on charge card You may be eligible for Workforce
statements or for refund checks to be Investment Act-subsidized career
training. Inquire at (845) 338-4696
mailed to you.
for more information, or visit the
One-Stop Center located at the
Business Resource Center, Kingston.
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VETERANS:
Most of our Career-track training
programs are VA approved for the
training of Veterans.
TEXTS & SUPPLIES:
The cost of all textbooks is included
in the tuition fee paid at the time
of registration unless otherwise
noted. Where indicated in the course
description, students will pay an
additional fee for supplies.
MISCELLANEOUS:
Children and pets may not attend
Adult Program classes unless indicated in the course description.
CELL PHONES:
As a courtesy to others please shut
off your cell phone or mute its
volume during class. If you must
take a call, please do so outside the
classroom.
QUESTIONS
Please contact us whenever you
TARDINESS:
have questions or concerns. For
Instructors have the right to deny
your convenience, the Continuing
entrance to any student who arrives
Education Office is open from 9 AM
to class 15 minutes or more after the
to 8 PM, Monday through Thursday,
class has started.
and from 9 AM to 4 PM on Friday.
CERTIFICATES:
We’re even open during lunchtime!
Certificate of Completion will be Call (845) 331-5050 to register.
provided upon request for classes
HOW TO REGISTER
less than 100 hours.
By Mail: Checks, money orders,
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF
MasterCard, and Visa are accepted.
REGISTRATION:
Send the registration with payment
Confirmations are sometime de- to: Ulster BOCES, Adult Education,
layed in the mail and may arrive after P.O. Box 601, Port Ewen, NY, 12466.
the start of a course. If we have not Checks should be made payable to
called you about your registration, Ulster BOCES Treasurer.
you may assume that you are regBy Phone: Call (845) 331-5050 with
istered. Always feel free to call us at
your MasterCard or Visa card number.
331-5050 to verify your status.
By Fax: Credit card registrations only.
MAKEUP CLASSES:
Complete the registration form and
A makeup class is offered when ses- FAX to (845) 339-8797, Attn: Adult
sion is cancelled because of teacher Education.
illness, inclement weather, or other
In Person: Port Ewen: Come to Adult
unavoidable circumstances. The
Services, Continuing Education
makeup class will be scheduled the
Office at the Ulster BOCES Career
week after the last regular session
& Technical Center in Port Ewen
of the course. If a registrant misses a
on Route 9W, Monday through
class, there is no makeup. We regret
Thursday from 9 AM - 8 PM, and
that we are unable to prorate fees
Friday from 9 AM - 5 PM.
for students who cannot attend all
On-Line: On-Line registrations via
sessions of a course.
www.ulsterboces.org/adult
LIABILITY:
Participation in Adult Program ac- All courses are offered without
tivities is at your own risk. If you are regard to gender, age, race, color,
enrolling in physical fitness, sports, or national origin, or disability in conforother physically active courses, check mity with Federal regulations.
with your physician beforehand to
make certain that these courses DISCLAIMER: We are not responare appropriate. Ulster BOCES relies
on each registrant to seek medical sible for typographical or schedadvice as to his/her capacity to par- uling errors. Senior discount
ticipate and will not be responsible
applies to tuition only. We reserve
for injuries, damages, or losses.
the right to cancel or reschedule
TRANSCRIPT REQUESTS:
There will be a $5.00 charge for tran- classes for any reason. Eligibility
scripts. Please make check payable for some courses may be limited
to Ulster BOCES Treasurer.
to students 22 years and older.
Register on-line at www.ulsterboces.org
Education
Mail & Fax Registration
Administrative Team:
Dr. Charles Khoury, District Superintendent
Dr. Laurie Cassel, Deputy Superintendent
Mr. Warren Donohue, Assistant Superintendent for
Administration
Ms. Mary Grenz Jalloh, Director of Adult Education
Board of Education:
Dennis O’Mara, President
Representing Wallkill Central School District
Patrick Rausch, Vice President
Representing New Paltz Central School District
Barbara Carroll
Representing New Paltz Central School District
Regina Tantillo-Swanson
Representing Highland Central School District
Len Cane
Representing Kingston City School District
Maxine Chapin
Representing Ellenville Central School District
Robert Curran
Representing Onteora Central School District
Christopher Farrell
Representing Kingston City School District
FALL 2014
Please mail or FAX the completed form to:
Ulster Adult Career Education Center
Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center
PO Box 601, Port Ewen, NY 12466 • Phone: (845) 331-5050
REGISTER ON-LINE AT www.ulsterboces.org/adult
BY Mail: Make check payable to Ulster BOCES Treasurer
BY FAX: Credit card registrations only (845) 339-8797
Print Name: (Last) (First) (Middle Initial)
❐ Mr. ❐ Ms. _____________________________________________________
Home Address (Street): _________________________________________________
City: ___________________________________State: _____ Zip: _______________
E-Mail: ______________________________________________________________
Home Phone: ____________________
Business Phone: _____________________
Donald Greene
Representing Wallkill Central School District
Please provide us with your date of birth: ___________________________________
Angie Minew
Representing Saugerties Central School District
Have you taken a course with us within the last year?
Gail Hutchins
Representing the Rondout Valley Central School District
Statement of Non
Discrimination
The Board of Cooperative Educational
Services, Sole Supervisory District of
Ulster County (the “District”), complies
with all applicable federal and state
laws regarding nondiscrimination.
The District operates all educational
programs and activities in compliance
with federal laws which prohibit discrimination based on age, color, religion,
gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information,
disability, marital status, veteran status,
national origin or race. Title IX of the
Education Amendments of 1972 (20
U.S.C. Section 1681, et seq.), among other bases, prohibits public school districts
from discrimination against students on
the basis of sex. The prohibition against
sex discrimination covers sexual harassment, including sexual violence. All
inquiries or complaints concerning any
form of discrimination may be referred
to the District’s Compliance Officer, Dr.
Laurie Cassel, 175 Route 32 North, New
Paltz, New York, [email protected] ~ (845) 255-3020 or to the
Office of Civil Rights of the United States
Department of Education.
❐ Yes ❐ No
COURSE CODE
COURSE TITLE
TUITION/FEE
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
*Senior Citizen Discount 20%
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*We are pleased to offer a
20% discount to adult learners, age 60
SUB TOTAL
and over, except where noted, or classes
________________________________________________________________
leading to certification or licensing.
Ulster Adult Career Education Center
a division of Ulster BOCES
Method of Payment:
TOTAL
❐ Visa ❐ MasterCard ❐ Check
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Expiration Date:
month |___|___|
year |___|___|
cvc# |___|___|___|
(3 digit
security code
on back of card)
Signature: _________________________________________________________
*We are pleased to offer a 20% discount to adult learners, age 60 and over.
Register by phone (845) 331-5050
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