Spring 2015 Programs - Burlington County College

SPRING 2015
Personal & Professional Development • P.I.N.E.S. • L.I.F.E. • Aquatics
Enhance your current
skills, advance in your
present position,
or learn a new career.
Whatever you want to achieve, BCC
offers a variety of one-day workshops,
certificate courses, and test preparation
classes that will assist you in advancing
your own career management plan.
BURLINGTON COUNTY COLLEGE
Business and Workforce Development
BCC’s Business and Workforce Development staff will develop,
evaluate, and deliver a customized training program that will
fill the skill gaps within your organization or business
to improve performance, and increase successful growth.
TRAINING for YOUR EMPLOYEES
at NO COST to YOUR COMPANY
Our training and development consultants
meet with you to build customized programs.
They then assemble the right resources to deliver
the program at your site, or at one of our convenient locations
in Mt. Laurel, Pemberton, Willingboro, or Mt. Holly.
For more information, please contact
Christine Lipsack
at (856) 222-9311, ext. 2547.
BURLINGTON COUNTY COLLEGE
Burlington County College Corporate Division
has been named New Jersey’s lead institution for the
Global Corporate College, an entity whose mission is to close
the talent gap in America and around the globe by
providing high quality, standardized training for employees
of companies with a national or international footprint.
The Global Corporate College recognizes
that one of the greatest challenges facing
the global economy is the gap between today’s workforce
and the skills needed for tomorrow’s growth markets.
For more information, please contact
Roy Miller by email: [email protected],
or phone: (856) 222-9311, ext. 2521.
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A Message from the
Corporate College Team
BCC is fully committed to the
continuous improvement of the
region’s workforce preparedness
and have access to state and federal
grants for customized training
solutions to be provided at your
business location or on our campuses.
BCC is pleased to provide these new
opportunities and thank you for your
continued support. To discover how
we can help boost your career or
your workforce, visit bcc.edu
The Corporate College Department
is involved with statewide networks
and the New Jersey Community
College Consortium for Workforce
and Economic Development. This
involvement, along with training
relationships with businesses in the
County, have given us insight into what
jobs are in demand and the skill sets
that are needed to fill those positions.
With that in mind, we have developed
new certificate programs and
encourage you to take advantage of
them. Also, spring is a great time to
continue exploring new and exciting
hobbies and other personal interest
courses, see page 4 to see what
piques your interest.
Registration Information................................................. 2
BCC Location codes.............................................................. 3
Personal Development Courses.................................... 4
FIVE ways to register.......................................................... 6
P.I.N.E.S........................................................................................ 9
Career and Professional
CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS........................................................11
L.I.F.E.. ....................................................................................... 30
Aquatics.................................................................................. 32
Registration formS.......................................................31, 39
Or visit bcc.edu
INDEX......................................................................................... 40
Campus maps......................................... Inside back cover
View all program, course and customized training
offerings online by scanning the QR code.
As an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution, Burlington County College affords equal vocational opportunities to qualified individuals regardless of race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap (as defined by Section 504), ancestry, place of birth, marital status or liability for military service in the operation
of its programs and activities (including admissions, access to programs and course offerings, physical education, intercollegiate and intramural athletics, counseling,
employment, use of facilities, and college-sponsored extracurricular activities). This is in accordance with Title Vl of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (which prohibits discrimination
on the basis of race, color, and/or national origin), Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972 (which prohibits sex discrimination), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of
1973 as amended and the Americans with Disabilities Act/ADA (which prohibit discrimination against otherwise qualified handicapped people), and other applicable laws and
regulations. Copies of the Dispute Resolution for Students with Disabilities is available from Mr. Dennis M. Haggerty, Title IX and Section 504 Coordinator, located in Lewis
M. Parker Center, room 401 on the Pemberton campus or by calling him at (609) 894-9311, ext. 1399. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION INSTITUTION
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Registration Information
REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Registration begins
Monday, DECEMBER 15, 2014
Mon – Thu from 8:30 am – 7 pm, and Fri from 8:30 am – 5 pm
Mail & FAX registrations will be processed upon receipt.
Registration Forms:
Page 31 (Personal & Professional Development);
Page 39 (Aquatics)
Registration Information
Questions?
To ensure a place in the class of your choice, please
register through one of the following methods.
For questions regarding course or registration
instructions call (609) 894-9311 or
(856) 222-9311 and dial extension:
(Registration will not be permitted if you have any
outstanding financial obligations from credit courses.)
5 Easy Ways to Register
PHONE – To register by phone, call (609) 894-9311,
ext. 3027 between 8:30 am and 7 pm Monday thru
Thursday or 8:30 am to 5 pm on Friday. If no answer,
please leave a voicemail and your phone call will
be returned within 24 hours. Also, please have your
VISA, MASTERCARD, AMEX or DISCOVER number
and the expiration date ready when you call.
MAIL – Use the registration forms on page 31
(Personal & Professional Development), or page 39
(Aquatics), and mail to the address shown on the
registration form.
FAX – Use the registration forms on page 31
(Personal & Professional Development), and fax to
the number shown on the registration form.
IN PERSON – You may register on the Pemberton
and Mt. Laurel campuses and at the Willingboro and
Mt. Holly centers. See bcc.edu for directions.
• 2537 for Personal & Professional
Development courses
• 1010 for Aquatics
• 1499 for L.I.F.E courses
Class Cancellation
Insufficient enrollment may cause some classes
to be canceled. It is important to register early, so
that your registration can help the class meet the
minimum number. We do not register students in the
classroom. We make every effort to notify registered
students in the event of a cancellation. PLEASE
NOTE: Remember to put both your home and work
phone numbers on the registration form.
Refund Policy
All requests for refunds must be submitted prior to
the start of class. Any requests for a refund after
the start of class are subject to approval by the
Exceptions and Appeals Board.
ONLINE – For all courses, log on to
bcc.edu/webadvisor and click on “non-credit online
registration” to register.
PLEASE NOTE:
No Personal or
Professional Development
courses will be held on:
MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY
• JAN. 19
SPRING BREAK
• MAR. 16 – 22
(ONLY Aqualtics Classes ARE
open during Spring Break.)
GOOD FRIDAY
• APR. 3
When to register
Walk-in and phone registration for Spring 2015
non-credit courses begins Monday, December
15, 2014. Mailed and faxed registrations will be
processed upon receipt. We recommend that you
register for a course at least 10 days before the
first day of class.
Discounts for seniors
If you are 60 years of age or older, and live in
Burlington County, you are eligible to receive 25% off
Personal Development and Aquatics
courses. Please note this on your registration form.
Certain courses are excluded from the discount
policy due to special charges to the college by
outside agencies.
For more information on eligible personal
development courses, please contact
(609) 894-9311, ext. 2537 or 2530.
This discount cannot be applied to L.I.F.E. or
Professional Development courses.
Information in this brochure is accurate to the
date of publication and subject to change.
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SPRING 2015
Campus Resources
BCC CAMPUS RESOURCES
Contact Information
Use of College Facilities
Burlington County College may be reached by one of
our two main phone numbers:
The community is welcome to rent various BCC
facilities. Based on your needs, contact the following:
(609) 894-9311 or (856) 222-9311
Conference, meeting, training rooms, or events at all
BCC locations: Anita Drummond at (609) 894-9311
or (856) 222-9311, ext. 1471.
Any BCC extension listed throughout this book may
be reached by calling either number listed above plus
the extension number.
Aquatics
ext. 1010
L.I.F.E.
ext. 1499
Personal & Professional
Development
ext. 2530 or 2537
P.I.N.E.S.
(609) 893-1765
Pool Rental ext. 1497
24-hour Pool Hotline ext. 1010
RSVP
ext. 1498
The Enterprise Center at BCC
(toll-free) (856) 222-2500
Use of Facilities and Rentals ext. 1471
P.I.N.E.S.
The Pinelands Institute for Natural and Environmental
Sciences (P.I.N.E.S.) operates in historic Whitesbog
Village in cooperation with the Whitesbog
Preservation Trust and Brendan T. Byrne State
Forest. This program provides educational programs
featuring the natural and cultural history of the NJ
Pine Barrens, and provides opportunities for people
to be immersed in local habitats, to foster awareness
of all living things within those habitats and to help
people discover their past and present connection to
the land.
RSVP: The Retired
& Senior Volunteer Program
RSVP is looking for adults (age 55 and older) who
are willing to share their wealth of life experiences
with others. People are needed to work in a great
variety of volunteer opportunities. For information,
call ext. 1498.
Fitness center, physical education facilities and
athletic fields: Anita Drummond at (609) 894-9311
or (856) 222-9311, ext. 1471.
Pool: Andrew Giles at (609) 894-9311 or (856)
222-9311, ext. 1972, or email [email protected]
The Enterprise Center at BCC: For information on
booking day conferences, training, or special events
at the Enterprise Center at BCC, log on to
acc-theenterpriseconferencecenter.com or
call (856) 222-2500.
Volunteer Center of Burlington County
If you’re looking to get involved, let the
Volunteer Center of Burlington County match you
with an agency that would benefit from your help.
This non-profit agency is located in the Lewis M.
Parker Center on the Pemberton Campus of
Burlington County College. For more information,
call (609) 894-9311, ext. 1492.
Course Locations
Unless otherwise noted, courses will be offered at
one of the following locations:
Pemberton – BCC’s Pemberton Campus, 601
Pemberton Browns Mills Road (includes the Lewis M.
Parker Center, the Academic Building, the Physical
Education Building and the William K. McDaniel
Integrated Learning Resource Center)
Mt. Laurel – BCC’s Mt. Laurel Campus, Route 38 &
Hartford Road (includes the Science Building, Laurel
Hall, the Technology & Engineering Center, the
Incubator, and The Enterprise Center at BCC)
BCC Libraries
Willingboro Center – 200 Campbell Drive, Suite 210
BCC’s libraries on the Pemberton and Mt. Laurel
campuses are open to the public six days a week.
Library hours on both campuses (except holidays and
semester breaks) are:
Culinary Arts Center at BCC – 21 Mill Street,
Mt. Holly
Monday thru Thursday 9 am – 8 pm
Friday 9 am – 5 pm
Saturday Noon – 5 pm
Sunday CLOSED
Mt. Holly Center – 1 High Street
Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst – Building 3829
(formerly the Challenger School), McGuire Air Force
Base
BCC Locations &
Course Schedule
Abbreviations
Mt. Holly Center – The BCC Mt. Holly
Center (HLY) is located at 1 High Street in
downtown Mt. Holly.
MT. HOLLY CULINARY ARTS CENTER – The
Culinary Arts Center at BCC (MHCA) is located
at 21 Mill Street in downtown Mt. Holly.
Mt. Laurel – The Mt. Laurel Campus is
located at Route 38 & Hartford Road in
Mt. Laurel.
Pemberton – The Pemberton Campus is
located at 601 Pemberton Browns Mills Road
(County Route 530) in Pemberton.
Willingboro Center – The BCC Center
at Willingboro Center (WBC) is located at 200
Campbell Drive, Suite 210, on U.S. Route 130
between Levitt and Van Sciver Parkways in
Willingboro.
ACAD – Academic Center, Pemberton
BR
– Briggs Road Center, Mt. Laurel
ENTR – The Enterprise Center at BCC,
Mt. Laurel
HTI
– High Technology Incubator,
Mt. Laurel
HLY
– Mt. Holly Center, Mt. Holly
LAUR – Laurel Hall, Mt. Laurel
MHCA – Mt. Holly Culinary Arts Center
PARK – Lewis M. Parker Center, Pemberton
PE
– Physical Education Center,
Pemberton
SB
– Science Building, Mt. Laurel
TEC – Technology & Engineering Center,
Mt. Laurel
WBC – Willingboro Center, Willingboro
OTH
– Off-Campus Site
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
CEUs are a nationally recognized system for
providing students with a permanent, official record
of participation in significant credit-free learning
experiences. Courses eligible for the awarding
of Continuing Education Units will include this
information in the course description.
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Arts & Crafts
Personal DEVELOPMENT
Arts & Crafts............................................ 4
Culinary................................................... 5
Dance...................................................... 6
Driver Education...................................... 6
Fashion.................................................... 6
ARTS & CRAFTS
DRAWING
Create a Drawing: Black & White,
& Color Too! (Ages 18+)
Ceramics
Beginning Ceramics
Learn basic hand-building skills such as pinch, coil
and slab construction, or focus on beginning wheel
skills such as centering and throwing cylinders, bowls
and spheres. Design and create your own projects
or follow step-by-step instructions. Cost of class
includes 25 pounds of clay, all glazes, and electric
or gas firings. No experience required. Please
Note: The use of outside clay and glazes is strictly
prohibited. $180
CFA 112 01 – 10 sessions W 6 – 10 pm
Personal Development Programs
Health, Wellness & Fitness..................... 6
Home Improvement: DIY......................... 7
Literature................................................. 7
Music....................................................... 7
Recreation............................................... 7
Pemberton
Jan. 21 – Apr. 1
(No class Mar. 18)
Advanced Ceramics
Learn additional hand-building skills such as
using slump, hump and spring molds, or focus on
intermediate wheel skills such as altering thrown
forms, throwing off the hump and adding handles,
lids and spouts. Cost of class includes 50 pounds of
clay, all glazes, and electric or gas firings. Please
Note: The use of outside clay and glazes is strictly
prohibited. $220
CFA 114 01 – 12 sessions
Pemberton
F 6 – 10 pm
Jan. 23 – Apr. 24
(No class Mar. 20, Apr. 3)
Creating drawings is a fundamental observational
skill. If you desire to draw and reproduce objects,
people and the scenes around you, then this is the
class for you. Students will be given exercises to
gain proficiency in using graphite pencils, colored
pencils, charcoal and wash techniques. Video and
instructor demonstrations will be given each class.
No experience necessary! Come draw in a fun and
relaxed atmosphere! PLEASE NOTE: Bring a
drawing pad (preferably 8-1/2” x 11”), a small object
to draw, a lead pencil and an eraser. $135
CFA 274 01 – 10 sessions
M 6 – 9 pm
Advanced Silver Jewelry Making
This course is for those who have completed the
Introduction to Silver Jewelry Making course. You will
improve your basic skills and learn more about design and jewelry techniques. $155 (plus $70 course
materials fee payable to instructor)
Prerequisite: Intro to Silver Jewelry Making
CFA 416 01 – 10 sessions Pemberton
SU 1:30 – 4:30 pm
Feb. 15 – May 3
(No class Mar. 22, Apr. 5)
Mt. Holly
Feb. 2 – Apr. 13
(No class Mar. 16)
JEWELRY
Intro to Precious Metal Clay©
– Silver Jewelry Making
In this course the students will work in PMC©, low
fire silver clay (silver plus an organic binder). Learn
how to work, cut, stamp, and shape PMC© into small
designs that can be fired with a torch. When the
pieces are fired, the binder burns away leaving fine
sliver. After firing, these charms will be used as earrings, pendant and pins. Mold making will be covered
in addition to soldering techniques. $155 (plus $70
material fee due on the first day of the class)
CFA 400 01 – 10 sessions Pemberton
SU 10 am – 1 pm
Feb. 15 – May 3
(No class Mar. 22, Apr. 5)
Intro to Silver Jewelry Making
Come explore creative design in metal as you learn
basic jewelry techniques such as fabrication, soldering, chasing, and simple stone setting. $155 (plus
$70 course materials fee payable to instructor)
CFA 409 01 – 10 sessions Pemberton
S 10 am – 1 pm
Feb. 21 – May 9
(No class Mar. 21, Apr. 4)
We recommend you sign
up at leasT 10 days prior
to the first day of class.
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Safety...................................................... 8
Special Interest....................................... 8
Test Preparation...................................... 8
World Languages.................................... 9
SPRING 2015
KNITTING
Art of Knitting
Enjoy the art of knitting with no previous experience
necessary! Through this introductory course you will
gain the knowledge of different types of needles and
yarn and their usage, as well as what a ball band is
and how to read one, culminating with a construction
of a simple project and square samples of techniques
you will learn. PLEASE NOTE: Ask for a supply list
upon registration. $45
CFA 125 50 – 6 sessions
T 6 – 7 pm
Willingboro
Mar. 24 – Apr. 28
PAINTING
Chinese Watercolor Painting
Create Chinese watercolors and ink paintings. Enjoy
learning this art form in a relaxed, supportive, fun
atmosphere. All ages and levels are welcome.
Traditional materials, such as Sami ink and rice
paper, will be available for purchase at class or you
may bring your own. $99 (supplies additional)
CFA 117 75 – 6 sessions W 6 – 8 pm
Mt. Holly
Mar. 25 – Apr. 29
Art & Craft • Culinary
PHOTOGRAPHY
Intro to Digital Photography
This is an introduction to the digital camera. Learn
what to buy, and the difference between point-and
shoot and SLR. Learn the basics of photography.
Composition and lighting also will be discussed.
PLEASE NOTE: A digital camera is required. $115
CFG 286 80 – 7 sessions F 6 – 8 pm
The CULINARY ARTS CENTER at
BURLINGTON COUNTY COLLEGE
is proud to announce
MONDAY DINNER and TUESDAY DINNER
for the Spring 2015 semster!
Mt. Laurel
Jan. 23 – Mar. 6
Beginner Photoshop
This beginner Photoshop class will introduce
students to basic program tools and techniques.
Students will learn how to adjust, retouch and
optimize their images for use on the web and
in prints. PLEASE NOTE: A digital camera is
required. $115
CFG 298 80 – 7 sessions F 8 – 10 pm
For dates and a list of available reservations,
visit bcc.edu/culinary and click on
STUDENT RUN RESTAURANT RESERVATION REQUEST.
The CULINARY ARTS CENTER at BURLINGTON COUNTY COLLEGE
is located at 21 Mill Street, Mt. Holly, New Jersey
Mt. Laurel
Jan. 23 – Mar. 6
Intermediate Digital Photography
Further develop the skills used with a digital camera,
while being introduced to more creative photographic
techniques. Students learn the next level of skills.
Composition and lighting will be further discussed
and demonstrated. PLEASE NOTE: A digital camera
is required. $115
Prerequisite: Beginner Digital Photography
CFG 202 80 – 7 sessions Mt. Laurel
F 6 – 8 pm
Mar. 13 – May 8
(No class Mar. 20, Apr. 3)
CULINARY
Last Meal on the Titanic
Basic Knife Skills
Knowing how to use a knife properly is the foundation
of all cooking. Master this skill and you’ll take your
cooking to new levels. In this class you will learn how
to slice, dice and chop in the safest most efficient
way. You will receive an 8-inch chef’s knife to keep at
the end of class. $119
CFH 210 75 – 1 session S 10 am – 1 pm
Mt. Holly
Feb. 28
Intermediate Photoshop
NEW!! Cookies for Canines
This intermediate Photoshop class will expand and
further explore tools and techniques. Students learn
how to work with digital files, and learn the tools and
techniques necessary for the next level of retouching
and printing photographs. Students will be given
home assignments to be evaluated in class. PLEASE
NOTE: A digital camera is required. $115
Learn why preparing foods for your dog is healthier
than store bought. Understand the costs of commercially produced food vs. the costs of natural foods
and cooking up something yummy for your favorite
friend while doing so in this class! $89
Prerequisite: Beginner Photoshop
CFG 204 80 – 7 sessions Mt. Laurel
F 8 – 10 pm
Mar. 13 – May 8
(No class Mar. 20, Apr. 3)
Black and White Photography
Vintage photography! Get retro and create beautiful
black and white photographs like those made by the
great photographers of the 20th century (think Ansel
Adams). Students will be able to sepia tone prints as
well as, be taught how to develop your film and then
print your black and white pictures in our darkroom.
Feel free to bring in any old B&W negatives that you
might have. Required Equipment: a film camera (any
kind of 35MM or 120 format camera is okay- it does
not have to be a fancy one); film; and photographic
paper. $120
CFG 207 75 – 5 sessions M 6 – 9 pm
CFH 166 75 – 1 session
S 10 am – 1 pm
Mt. Holly
Mar. 14
NEW!! Easy French Cooking
Ooh la la! French cooking isn’t as hard as it seems.
Learn the basic skills and techniques in this easy to
understand French cooking course. You’ll get all of
the guidance you need and you’ll feel like you’re in
Paris! $89
CFH 167 75 – 1 session S 10 am – 1 pm
Mt. Holly
Mar. 28
Please join us on the 103rd anniversary of the loss of
the Titanic for a magnificent ten course meal consisting of the menu that was served in the dining room
the evening the ship sank. You can watch the chefs
prepare your meal in our open kitchen as you indulge
in delights from a time gone by. $89
CFH 152 75 – 1 session M 6 – 9 pm
Mt. Holly
Apr. 13
NEW!! Farm to Table
Change the way you look at food and by learning
how it’s grown and where it comes from. Make a
fresh meal completely from scratch with some of our
favorite food from local vendors. Learn about sustainability and agriculture along the way from the farm to
your table. $89
CFH 168 75 – 1 session S 10 am – 1 pm
Mt. Holly
Apr. 25
Registration begins
MONDAY,
DECEMBER 15
We recommend you sign up at least
10 days prior to the first day of class.
Information in this
brochure is accurate
to the date of publication
and subject to change.
Mt. Holly
Mar. 2 – Apr. 6
(No class Mar. 16)
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Dance • Driver Education • Fashion • Health, Wellness & Fitness
DANCE
Social Dancing
Come join us for an evening of fun and relaxation by
learning popular dances such as the jitterbug, slow
dance, cha-cha, the waltz, and salsa. Come alone or
bring your friends for a fun-filled evening. $75
CFM 704 40 – 8 sessions M, TH 7:30 – 9:30 pm
Pemberton
Feb. 2 – Feb. 26
DRIVER EDUCATION
Defensive Driving
This course will give you information on how to
become a safer driver by pointing out the hazards
involved with daily travel. Upon completion of the
course, you will be able to deduct points from your NJ
Driver’s License and may be eligible for a reduction in
your insurance rates. PLEASE NOTE: A $10 money
order payable to the NJ Safety Council is required/
No personal checks or cash will be accepted. $65
CFD 201 01 – 1 session S 8 am – 4 pm
Pemberton
Mar. 14
HEALTH, WELLNESS
& FITNESS
Begin to experience the benefits of yoga such as
flexibility, stretching and breathing more freely with
Hatha Yoga. Students safely practice the basic postures, breathing techniques and relaxation methods
of yoga. As we move through the course, we will
be building a program that is designed to ultimately
enhance the quality of your life. Please bring a mat
and water bottle. $140
CFS 248 75 – 14 sessions Mt. Holly
TH 7:30 – 9:30 pm Feb. 12 – May 28
(No class Mar. 19, Apr. 2)
Zumba
®
Come join the latest craze in fitness – Zumba ®
Leave your inhibitions at home and learn to dance
bachata, salsa, merengue, and reggaetone (Latin
hip-hop). Get toned and burn calories while having
fun. Beginner level.
Price: $100
CFP 192 40 – 20 sessions Pemberton
M, W 6 – 7 pm
Mar. 2 – May 13
(No class Mar. 16, Mar. 18)
Price: $50
CFP 193 40 – 10 sessions Mt. Holly
TH 6 – 7 pm
Mar. 5 – May 21
(No class Mar. 19, Apr. 2)
Fashion Basic Sewing
Suite 210
Willingboro, NJ 08046
2.) FAX
(609) 877-5243
3.) Online
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4.) Walk-In
Pemberton Campus
M – TH 8 am – 8 pm
F 8 am – 5 pm
Mt. Laurel Campus
M – TH 8 am – 8 pm
F 8 am – 5 pm
This is an exciting class which builds the foundation
for basic sewing and understanding of fashion terms,
while also enabling you to discover a perfect fabric
for your spring skirt, dress and pants. No sewing
ability is required as introductory sewing skills will be
taught. PLEASE NOTE: Students are responsible for
general sewing equipment. Ask for a supply list upon
registration for the course. Space is limited. $169
CFA 449 01 – 6 sessions
Pemberton
S 10 am – 2 pm
Mar. 7 – Apr. 25
(No class Mar. 21, Apr. 4)
Fashion Intensive Studio Workshop
You will find an ever-changing selection of prints,
stripes which reflect the most current fashion in
fabric. Thrilling new techniques and fashion terms
combined with easy sewing. You will be able to sew
a stunning new ensemble for your spring wardrobe, a
lovely tunic and pants. PLEASE NOTE: Students are
responsible for general sewing equipment. Ask for a
supply list upon registration for the course. Space is
limited. $169
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1.) Mail-In
200 Campbell Drive,
Mt. Holly Center
M – F 9 am – 5 pm
FASHION
CFA 454 01 – 6 sessions S 10 am – 2 pm
Easy ways
to Register
NEW!! Hatha Yoga
Pemberton
May 2 – Jun. 13
(No class May 23)
Willingboro Center
M – TH 9 am – 8 pm
F 9 am – 5 pm
5.) PHONE
(609) 894-9311, ext. 3027
Join the HEALTH and FITNESS CENTER at BCC
• Modern exercise equipment in the
Barons Wellness Center
• Six-lane swimming pool
• Upgraded locker rooms
with private showers
• Male and female saunas
• Outdoor tennis courts & athletic fields
Maroon and gray
membership plans
Individual or
corporate memberships
Family discounts
available
For details call (609) 894-9311, ext. 1486
SPRING 2015
Home Improvement: DIY • Literature • Music • Recreation
HOME IMPROVEMENT: DIY
MUSIC
RECREATION
This course is intended for individuals with no
previous electronics background who are interested
in learning about electricity around the house. By
participating in three labs, the course is intended to
boost your knowledge and confidence with
electronics. Some of the topics include: safety, meter
reading, replacing receptacles and switches, testing
lines, lighting basics, Ohms law, series circuits,
parallel circuits and soldering. $132
In just half a day, learn enough to give you years
of musical enjoyment, whether entertaining others
or just for your own amusement. The traditional
approach teaches note reading, while professional
pianists use chords. Learn all the chords to play any
song in this one session. You will then perfect your
technique at home using an exclusive CD provided
by the instructor. It’s easy, fun and musically correct.
If you already know your way around a keyboard a
little, you know enough to enroll in this workshop.
Materials fee of $25 (for CD and book) will be collected in class by instructor. Max: 10 students. $30
Learn strokes, serving, scoring, and court etiquette
for the beginning player. Video of each student’s
strokes and play will be viewed during one day of
class. PLEASE NOTE: Students must wear regulation tennis shoes (for hard-top surface) and supply
their own rackets. Balls provided by the instructor for
classes only. $95
Electronics Lite
BID 280 30 – 4 sessions S 1 – 3 pm
Mt. Laurel
Feb. 21 – Mar. 14
CFM 670 01 – 1 session
S 10 am – 1 pm
LITERATURE
Memoir Writing
Maybe some time ago you experienced a meaningful
friendship or love that has stayed with you, even
if that person hasn’t. Or you endured a tragedy or
dark period that was difficult, but you eventually
emerged triumphant and stronger. Perhaps you are
of “a certain age” and witnessed a historic event.
You marched for peace or equal rights, you fought
in a war, you drove across country, traveled to an
unforgettable place, climbed a mountain or dove to
the depths of the ocean. Start the process of writing
your memoir and tell your story from the heart. $99
BID 306 50 – 4 sessions
T 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Feb. 17 – Mar. 10
NEW! Fiction Writing
Is your New Year’s Resolution to write a novel?
Or maybe writing and/or publishing a short story is
on your bucket list. Regardless of the reason and
whatever your pursuit, join us for an enlivening
writing workshop on fiction. From creating characters
to mastering plot, we’ll work together to produce
sensational prose. Utilizing a workshop setting, elite
examples as models, and with a multi-published
author as the facilitator, we will draft fiction stories
and/or the beginnings of a novel. Whether you’re a
rookie writer or a seasoned veteran, you write for
pleasure or personal pursuit, join us every Thursday
for an educational and enjoyable experience in a
relaxed setting. Required Books: Stephen King’s
On Writing and Dorothea Brande’s Becoming a
Writer. $115
BID 307 50 – 6 sessions
W 7 – 9 pm
Instant Piano for Hopelessly Busy People
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 25 – Apr. 29
Pemberton
Apr. 25
Beginning Guitar
This course is designed to acquaint the student with
the rudiments of guitar technique. We will explore the
playing of single-note melodies, chordal accompaniment, the solo chord melody style, and finger picking.
The course will emphasize the playing of songs in
tablature rather than getting bogged down in musical
notation and theory. PLEASE NOTE: Students must
bring their own guitar. $99
CFM 520 01 – 9 sessions Mt. Laurel
F 6 – 8 pm
Feb. 20 – May 1
(No class Mar. 20, Apr. 3)
Beginning Guitar II
This class is a continuation of Beginning Guitar. It
will feature reading musical notation and music
theory applicable to the guitar. Solo chord/melody
arrangements will now be presented in traditional
musical notation. Finger picking techniques will be
featured also. In addition there will be ensemble
playing included in this class. $99
CFM 521 01 – 9 sessions Mt. Laurel
F 8 – 10 pm Feb. 20 – May 1
(No class Mar. 20, Apr. 3)
Community Chorus
This involves group rehearsals as well as
participation in a concert. Diverse musical genres
and choral techniques will be explored. No
experience required. $20
CFM 321 01 – 15 sessions T 5 – 6:40 pm
Pemberton
Jan. 20 – May 5
(No class Mar. 17)
Community Band
This involves group rehearsals as well as
participation in a concert. Previous experience on
an instrument IS necessary. Students (other than
percussionists) must bring their own instruments.
Contact [email protected] for more information $20
We recommend you sign
up at leasT 10 days prior
to the first day of class.
CFM 322 01 – 15 sessions TH 7 – 8:40 pm Pemberton
Jan. 22 – May 7
(No class Mar. 19)
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Tennis for Beginners (Ages 12+)
CFP 223 01 – 6 sessions S 10 – 11 am Pemberton Courts
Apr. 25 – Jun. 6
(No class May 23)
ALL Golf programs
are held at SPRINGFIELD
GOLF CENTER
855 Jacksonville Road, Mt. Holly
(609) 267-8440
Beginner’s Guide to Golf (Adults)
This clinic is designed with the true beginner in mind.
If you’ve ever thought about taking golf lessons, this
is the perfect clinic for you. Lot’s of fun. No stress.
We will guide you step by step as you develop your
golf swing and begin the game of a lifetime. Great
clinic to sign up for with a friend…you’ll be glad you
did. Equipment provided if needed. $165
CFP 410 80 – 5 sessions
M 5:30 – 6:45 pm
OTH
Mar. 16 – Apr. 13
CFP 410 81 – 5 sessions
M 5:30 – 6:45 pm
OTH
Apr. 27 – May 25
Parent/Child Golf Clinic
Want to have quality time with your kids, plus a lot of
fun? Look no further than this relaxed atmosphere
clinic. All ages welcome. Clubs are provided if
necessary. This program provides an opportunity for
parents/guardians and their children to learn about
golf together. It is an interactive experience in which
we teach the parent/guardian to teach and share
with their child what they are learning about golf.
Sometimes the children do the teaching. PLEASE
NOTE: The course price is for one parent and one
child. $150
CFP 422 81 – 4 sessions
SU 10 – 11 am
OTH
Apr. 5 – Apr. 26
CFP 422 82 – 4 sessions
SU 10 – 11 am
OTH
May. 3 – May. 24
DAYS OF THE WEEK ARE ABBREVIATED
AS FOLLOWS:
M – Monday, T – Tuesday,
W – Wednesday, TH – Thursday,
F – Friday, S – Saturday, SU – Sunday
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Safety • Special Interest • Test Preparation
SAFETY
Healthcare Provider CPR: Renewal Course
Boating Skills for NJ Boaters
& PWC Operators
This course is designed and presented for all boaters
and Personal Water Craft operators who want to
enjoy operating their vessels on New Jersey and
coastal waterways. Lessons include: basic safety,
rules of the road, boat and trailer handling, basic
navigation and legal requirements at both the Federal
and State levels. This course is approved by the
U.S. Coast Guard, NASBLA and the State of NJ.
This course meets the requirements to earn the NJ
Boating Safety Certificate which is required for the
operation of power boats and PWCs on NJ waters.
Cost includes textbooks, homework and exam materials, a completion certificate recognized by most
Marine Insurance companies, and the processing of
the NJ Boating Safety Certificate. A temporary boating safety certificate will be issued upon successful
completion of the exam given on the fourth session.
Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 13-10. $75
CFS 656 30 – 2 sessions W 6 – 10 pm An additional fee of $5 is payable to the instructor on
the day of the class for the certification card.
An optional textbook can be purchased from the
instructor during class for $20.
CFS 756 75 – 1 session
W 6:30 – 9:30 pm
This course is intended for people in the healthcare
profession (nurses, EMTs, nursing students, etc.). It
also is the course required for lifeguards. It includes
training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and
choking skills for infants, children, and adults, as well
as 2-rescuer CPR, the use of barrier devices, and
training on automated external defibrillators (AED).
Successful completion of the course provides a
2-year American Heart Association certification. $70
An additional fee of $5 is payable to the instructor on
the day of the class for the certification card.
An optional textbook can be purchased from the
instructor during class for $20.
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 8 & Apr. 10
Heartsaver CPR/AED
This is for people who require a CPR certification as
a prerequisite to their job but who are not healthcare
providers. The course is suitable for teachers,
physical therapists, gym instructors, scout leaders,
or anybody who wants a practical knowledge of
CPR skills. It includes training in cardiopulmonary
resuscitation (CPR) and choking skills for adults
and children, ages 1-8, as well as the use of barrier
devices, and training on automated external
defibrillators (AED). Successful completion of the
course provides a 2-year American Heart Association
certification. $65
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TEST PREPARATION
Review for Graduate Record Examination
(GRE)
GRE test preparation courses run for six sessions
and are 2.5 hours each. Each course is broken down
into three weeks of verbal/language arts review and
three weeks of math. Both sections of the course
review both general principles, such as basic test
taking strategies, test format, time management and
overall preparation strategies, as well as specific
skills and knowledge that are measured on the test.
This course will acquaint students with typical
questions covered by the GRE. Classes will be
equally divided between the verbal ability test and the
quantitative ability test. As students become familiar
with the type of questions and test format, they often
lose much of their nervousness that can lead to a
lower than expected score. $195
Students may register to take the test with
Educational Testing Service
by calling 1-800-GR-CALL.
CFI 234 50 – 6 sessions
M, T 6 – 8:15 pm
for the 2Oth Annual
Burlington County College
F OU N DAT ION
GOLF
TOURNAMENT
MAY 2015
For more information on this and
other Foundation events to benefit
BCC student scholarships,
please contact Brittany Quintana
(856) 222-9311, ext. 2540
or [email protected]
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 30 – Apr. 14
Graduate Management Admittance Test
(GMAT)
Each course is broken down into three weeks of
verbal or language arts review and three weeks
of math. Both sections of the course review both
general principles, such as basic test taking
strategies, test format, time management and overall
preparation strategies, as well as specific skills
and knowledge that are measured on the test. This
course will acquaint students with the questions on
the GMAT. Classes will be equally divided between
the verbal ability test and the quantitative ability test
with special emphasis on the business logic portion.
$195
Students may register to take the test with
Educational Testing Service
by calling 1-800-GRE-CALL.
CFI 235 50 – 6 sessions
M, W 6 – 8:15 pm
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 30 – Apr. 14
Information in this
brochure is accurate
to the date of publication
and subject to change.
An additional fee of $5 is payable to the instructor
onthe day of the class for the certification card.
An optional textbook can be purchased from the
instructor during class for $20.
CFS 746 75 – 1 session W 6:30 – 9:30 pm Mt. Laurel
Mar. 11
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 25 & Apr. 1
Healthcare Provider CPR
CFS 745 75 – 2 sessions
W, F 6 – 10 pm This course is intended for people in the healthcare
profession (nurses, EMTs, nursing students, etc.)
who hold a current, unexpired Healthcare-provider
level CPR certification and need a refresher/renewal.
Receive training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation
(CPR) and choking skills for infants, children, and
adults, as well as 2-rescuer CPR, the use of barrier
devices, and training on automated external
defibrillators (AED). Successful completion provides
a 2-year American Heart Association certification.
Bring your current unexpired certification card to
class, or entrance may be denied. $65
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 22
SPRING 2015
World Languages • P.I.N.E.S. Programs
WORLD LANGUAGES
ASL – American Sign Language
This course is an introduction to ASL and deaf
culture. This will help people who want to learn to be
able to communicate and interact with deaf/hard of
hearing and signers in the community. It provides an
opportunity for people to experience ASL before they
decide to go for ASL credit courses at BCC. $80
CFL 111 50 – 8 sessions
TH 7:30 – 8:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 5 – Apr. 30
(No class Mar. 19)
Intro to Italian
Come learn Italian, one of the major languages of
civilization in any age – perhaps the language of
your heredity, or the language of your future travels.
This course is a thorough introduction to spoken
and written Italian, and will include pronunciation,
vocabulary, conversation, language structure,
and Italian culture. Students will practice skills for
confidently getting around in an Italian-speaking
culture and for further study of Italian. $130
CFL 450 75 – 10 sessions T 6:30 – 9:00 pm
Basic Spanish
Intermediate Spanish
This 6-week course is designed to help students
acquire foundational knowledge of Spanish
conversation. Each class theme aims to develop
basic speaking ability that will prepare students
to carry on short conversations outside of class,
in the real world or, in everyday situations. The
topics covered include: physical and emotional
descriptions, family relations and descriptions,
popular and cultural Hispanic foods, holidays and
special dates, and sports and activities. ¡Bienvenidos
a tu clase de español! $99
This 6-week course builds on Basic Spanish and
allows the student to practice conversation at the
low-intermediate level. In a low-stress classroom
environment, topics will include: household chores,
going shopping, going on vacation, health and emergencies, and family relations. The cornerstone of this
class will be the usage of the past tense, as well as
the present, in conversing about most of these topics.
¡Nos vemos en clase! $99
Required Text: Easy Spanish Step by Step
by Barbara Bergenstein
CFL 917 50 – 6 sessions
TH 6 – 8 pm
CFL 919 50 – 6 sessions
TH 6 – 8 pm
Willingboro
Mar. 26 – May 7
(No class Apr. 2)
Willingboro
Feb. 5 – Mar. 12
DAYS OF THE WEEK ARE ABBREVIATED
AS FOLLOWS:
M – Monday, T – Tuesday,
W – Wednesday, TH – Thursday,
F – Friday, S – Saturday, SU – Sunday
Mt. Laurel
Feb. 24 – May 5
(No class Mar. 17)
P.I.N.E.S.
Courses are held at Whitesbog Village
in Browns Mills, NJ, as well as Pemberton
and other off-site locations.
For more information about these
programs, call (609) 894-9311, ext. 2537
or (609) 893-1765.
To register,
please call (609) 894-9311, ext. 3027.
Tundra Swan Tour
Enjoy a power point presentation, of our stunning
winter visitors in the Pinelands of New Jersey. Topics will include: general characteristics, migration,
nesting, breeding, feeding, and behaviors of these
beautiful birds. Then walk or drive to their habitat for
observations. Pre-registration is required. PLEASE
NOTE: Wear appropriate footwear and dress for the
weather. Binoculars are recommended. $10
CFG 447 80 – 1 session
TH 10 am – 12 pm OTH – Whitesbog
Jan. 15
Tundra Swan Presentation
Vernal Equinox Hike
Enjoy a power point presentation, of our stunning
winter visitors in the Pinelands of New Jersey. Topics
will include: general characteristics, migration, nesting, breeding, feeding, and behaviors of these beautiful birds. Examine plant specimens that are utilized
as food sources by Tundra Swans. Pre-registration
is required. $10
Enjoy the approaching spring season as we hike on
sandy roads through forests and along cranberry
bogs. Look for signs of plant growth and the early
bloomers, discover animals emerging from their
winter slumber or returning along their migratory
paths. Pre-registration is required. PLEASE NOTE:
Wear appropriate footwear and dress for the weather.
Binoculars are recommended. $10
CFG 507 80 – 1 session
TH 6 – 7 pm OTH – Moorestown
Feb. 12
Owl Prowl
Most active during this time of year, the great horned
owl is busy getting ready for mating/nesting season.
There will be a brief introduction to native owls and
their behaviors to help you make observations on
your evening walk in the woods. Pre-registration is
required. PLEASE NOTE: Wear appropriate footwear
and dress for the weather. Binoculars and flashlights
are recommended. $10
CFG 522 80 – 1 session
F 5 – 7 pm OTH – Whitesbog
Feb. 20
CFG 468 80 – 1 session
TH 10 am – 12 pm NEW!! Rain Barrel Workshop
Join, Nina Odunlami, AmeriCorps NJ Watershed
Ambassador for the Rancocas Creek Watershed,
to learn of the benefits of rain barrels in collecting
rain water for use in your home landscape and
managing stormwater runoff, then create a rain
barrel to install at your home. A presentation will be
followed by assembly of rain barrels. Installation
directions will be provided. Materials and tools will be
provided, however upon registration please contact
the PINES Office at 609-893-1765 or [email protected]
for a list of suggested tools that you are welcome to
bring. Pre-registration required. $20
CFG 272 80 – 1 session
S 10 am – 12 pm bcc.edu
OTH – Whitesbog
Mar. 19
OTH – Whitesbog
Mar. 28
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Burlington County College
African American Cultural Events Committee
presents:
BERNADETTE STANIS “Thelma” from the show “GOOD TIMES”
Thursday, February 5 at the Enterprise Center in Mt. Laurel
Movie screening of “SOMETHING THE LORD MADE”
Thursday, February 12 at the Geraldine Clinton Little Theater in Pemberton
A tour of the EGYPTIAN ART EXHIBIT
Saturday, February 21 at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology & Anthropology in Philadelphia
Please use course code CFI 730 30 to register.
The TASTE of SOUL culinary event
Sunday, February 22 at the Culinary Arts Center at BCC in Mt. Holly • Featuring Chef Tim Witcher & Chef Dawn Frazier
AACEC Celetrates Women’s History Month “HATS OFF to STUDENT SUCCESS”
Saturday, March 28 at the Briggs Road Center in Mt. Laurel
BUS TRIP to the SMITHSONIAN MUSEUM in WASHINGTON D.C.
Sunday, April 28
For more information about all these exciting events, please call (609) 894-9311, ext. 1338.
Burlington County College
SUMMER 2015 CAMPS
COMING SOON!
Check out bcc.edu/camps for more information!
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SPRING 2015
Professional Development
Professional Development
Administrative Assistant . ..................... 12
Banking ................................................ 12
B.Y.O. Briefcase.................................... 12
Childcare Training................................. 12
Computer Information
Technology Training........................... 13
Customer Service................................. 14
PROFESSIONAL Development Programs
Entrepreneurship................................... 15
Logistics & Supply Chain
Food Safety........................................... 16
Management....................................... 21
Fitness................................................... 18
Marketing............................................... 20
Health Care........................................... 17
Non-profit Leadership........................... 22
Human Resources................................ 19
Project Management............................. 22
Leadership............................................ 20
Real Estate............................................ 22
Teacher Development........................... 23
CAREERS and CERTIFICATES AT-A-GLANCE
Start Date
Title
LOCATION
PAGE #
Jan. 20
WINDOW Installation Technician
Off Campus
16
Feb. 7
Industrial electronics test/repair technician
Mt. Laurel
15
Feb. 9
Industrial Systems Technology
Pemberton
16
Feb. 18
Entrepreneurship
Mt Laurel
15
Feb. 18
Childcare Provider
Willingboro
12
Feb. 21
Administrative Assistant
Pemberton
12
Feb. 28
EKG Technician
Willingboro
17
Feb. 28
Medical Administrative Assistant
Willingboro
18
Mar. 2
Clinical Medical Assistant
Willingboro
17
Mar. 2
Human resource Management
Mt Laurel
19
Mar. 3
Logistics/supply chain management
Mt Laurel
21
Mar. 22
PERSONAL TRAINER
Pemberton
18
Mar. 23
HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE
Willingboro
15
Mar. 24
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Mt Laurel
22
Mar. 25
LEADERSHIP MANAGEMENT
Mt Holly
20
Mar. 28
NOTARY PUBLIC
Mt Laurel
12
Apr. 8
CuSTOMER SERVICE
Pemberton
14
Apr. 18
LOAN SIGNING AGENT
Mt Laurel
12
SEE LISTING
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN
MT LAUREL/WILLINGBORO
18
SEE LISTING
MEDICAL BILLING AND CODING
MT LAUREL/WILLINGBORO
17
Registration begins
MONDAY,
DECEMBER 15
We recommend you sign up at least
10 days prior to the first day of class.
UNEMPLOYED?
Contact the Burlington County One-Stop Career Center
at (609) 518-3900
for information on possible funding assistance
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Admin. Assistant • Banking • B.Y.O. Briefcase • Childcare
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Administrative Assistant Certificate
(including MS Office)
Keeping the department organized, on time, and
on track is often a challenge, especially when you
are not in charge. During this training program,
participants will learn how to run a stellar office and
stay in control, no matter how hectic the day gets.
Additionally, they will discover how to build personal
credibility, say “no” without closing doors, use techniques for better listening, deal with difficult people,
handle negative situations, and more. Skills practice
exercises are interactive and allow participants to
practice what they have learned in a fun, high-energy
environment. This is the ideal administrative assistant
training program for those needing to improve their
administrative-assistant skills or those looking for the
extra business edge. Microsoft Office applications
(Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access) are covered
in detail as part of this program. $250
BID 822 80 – 4 sessions S 9 am – 3:30 pm
Pemberton
Feb. 21 – Mar. 14
BANKING
Online Bank Teller Certificate Program
The current teller job market is predicted to see
rapidly expanding growth. Becoming a teller is a
rewarding job with an excellent future outlook.
This program, provided by Banker’s Academy, is a
comprehensive 20-hour online teller training program
that will provide you all the knowledge and skills you
need to be a successful teller at any bank. $595
B.Y.O. BRIEFCASE
(Trainings that allow you to become your own boss)
Notary Public Education & Training
There is a growing need for Notary Publics in many
professions, including financial, real estate, business
and legal professions. This class will educate you
on how to become a valuable employee and how
to better protect your employer’s business. You will
be given detailed instructions on how to obtain your
notary commission from the State of New Jersey.
Additionally, you will acquire skills and tools to
complete your state-assigned job duties as described
by the New Jersey Division of Revenue. Completion
of this course will give any notary (new or renewing)
the ability to perform all notary duties with less
liability and more confidence!
You will learn the answer to these questions:
• What can a New Jersey Notary do?
• What should a New Jersey Notary do?
• What is my liability as a New Jersey Notary?
• What is my employer’s liability as a New Jersey
Notary?
• How can I earn money as a New Jersey Notary?
Meets the standards of the New Jersey Notary
Association and follows all of the laws concerning
the position of a New Jersey Notary Public from the
New Jersey Division of Revenue. $75
SPT 280 30 – 1 session
S 9 am – 1 pm
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 28
BID 411 17
To register for this online teller training
call (609) 894-9311, ext.2537.
Childcare training
Loan Signing Agent:
Advanced Notary Public Education
& Training for New Jersey Notaries
This course is designed to assist the current notary
with a knowledge, understanding and training for the
sub-specialty as a notary signing agent handling
loan document packages for lenders, mortgage
companies and other financial institutions. The
course is comprehensive, providing instruction for the
position of notary public and the office of a “Notary
Signing Agent.” Understand the loan signing industry
and where you fit in. Follow a signing from start to
finish. Learn to avoid common mistakes and errors.
See actual loan documents and take practice loan
documents home. You will receive a head start on
how to set up your office and organization tips from
notaries in the business. Use your course materials to
chart your future as a Notary Signing Agent. Affirms
the standards of the New Jersey laws concerning the
position of a New Jersey Notary Public from the New
Jersey Division of Revenue. $150
Prerequisite: Current notary commission
in NJ, NY or PA.
SPT 281 80 – 1 session
S 9 am – 5 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 18
Wedding Planning & Design
Learn how to create a design for a client’s wedding
(or your own). This course includes planning, and
designing layers to produce a beautiful event. We
will cover today’s wedding trends, styles and the
best way to implement them. This class is sure to be
fun, fulfilling and informative and can set the stage
to help you start a new career, or to plan your dream
wedding. The Association of Bridal Consultants (a
membership association and international body that
governs the field of wedding planning) recognizes
and will give credit to aspiring planners who complete
the course $125
CFA 998 50 – 4 Sessions W 6 – 9 pm
Mt. Holly
Mar. 25 – Apr. 15
Caring for Preschool Children
(CDA Part II of II)
The Child Development Associate (CDA) training provides candidates with 120 hours of classroom instruction towards the national CDA credential. The course is divided into two modules, each consisting of 60
hours, and should be combined with in-service and on-the-job experience. Candidates must be either
high school graduates or hold the GED credential. In New Jersey, the CDA credential is recognized as the
equivalent of the Group Teacher title. For more information on credentialing, please visit the Council for
Professional Recognition’s website at www.cdacouncil.org.
Caring for Preschool Children
(CDA Part II of II)
The second 60 hours of the CDA program will prepare you to take the national CDA assessment, and will
focus on planning a safe and healthy learning environment; Observation of young children; Relationships
with families; and Program management. PLEASE NOTE: CDA Part 1 is prerequisite. $399
CFV 996 80 – 20 sessions
M, W 6 – 9 pm
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Willingboro
Feb. 18 – May 4
(No class Mar. 16, Mar. 18)
SPRING 2015
We recommend you sign
up at leasT 10 days prior
to the first day of class.
Computer Tech • Microsoft Office
COMPUTER INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY TRAINING
Introduction to Computers
Computer Basics
Do you want to hop on the technology highway?
Then this class is for you! In this 6-hour “hands
on” class you will learn computer terminology, the
parts of a computer, how to purchase a computer,
how to not be afraid of the computer, along with an
introduction to Windows, introduction to social media,
internet/email, and keyboarding. $129
BID 679 81 – 2 sessions S 10 am – 1 pm
Willingboro
Feb. 21 & Feb. 28
Computer Troubleshooting
In this class you will learn how to troubleshoot problems that you may have with your computer. We also
look at taking a proactive approach and keeping your
computer running efficiently and faster, and explore
maintenance to make your computer last longer. In
this class we will cover: Top 10 problems and how
to fix them, problem solving 101, determining the
root cause of the problem, taking complete systems
inventories, making an emergency boot disk or CD,
tuning your hard disk regularly, preventative maintenance, keeping your computer organized, backing
up your data, removing applications and data you no
longer use, keeping the Windows operating system
and applications up-to-date, keeping your computer
hardware clean, protecting your PC, eliminating spyware and viruses from your computer, and managing
your applications. $99
BID 240 50 – 2 sessions S 9 am – 1 pm
Microsoft Office
& Training Seminars
Word Level II
Microsoft Office 2010 Training
This comprehensive, 12-hour course is ideal if you
are an inexperienced computer user who needs to
quickly learn the basic Microsoft Office 2010 skills for
everyday life or the workplace. Although introductory
in nature, this course is enough to get you started
quickly using the basic, most important elementary
features of Word, Excel and PowerPoint to produce
documents, spreadsheets and interesting presentations. Topics include integration of the Office applications, learning shortcuts, and how to utilize the new
features of Office 2010. $249
BID 819 05 – 4 sessions
S 10 am – 1pm Mt. Laurel
May 2 – May 30
(No class May 23)
Word Level I
This course is designed for students interested in
learning the basic features of Microsoft Word for
creating and revising basic business documents.
Features of this course include: creating and saving
simple documents, using automatic text features for
entering text, accessing online help, making changes
to an existing document using a variety of editing
techniques, creating and enhancing tables and using
Word’s templates and wizards. $125
BID 200 30 – 1 session
S 9 am – 4 pm Students will expand upon the basic concepts
learned in Word – Basic and be introduced to new
intermediate concepts with an opportunity to apply
them. Intermediate features include: creating custom
templates and styles, managing tables and table
data, inserting graphics, creating newsletters, sending form letters, creating Web pages, and managing
document changes will also be taught. $125
BID 201 30 – 1 session S 9 am – 4 pm Mt. Laurel
Feb. 28
Word Level III
In this course, students will learn to create forms and
long documents as well as how to make it easier to
display and work with those forms and long documents by using macros and collaborating. Additionally, students will be exposed to creating references to
information in a document, preparing a document for
publication, revising documents based on feedback
provided by other users, and modifying an HTML
page in Word. $125
BID 202 30 – 1 session
S 9 am – 4 pm Mt. Laurel
Mar. 7
Mt. Laurel
Feb. 21
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 7 & Mar. 14
Technology 101
The course is designed for new iPad and Android
owners who want to learn how to use their tablet
efficiently. Learn how to effectively use the basic
functions and applications that the tablet offers. You
will learn how to use the most popular features and
how to communicate with friends and family members. You will also learn how to take pictures and
video, setup an iCloud and Google Play account, and
use Facetime, Facebook, and Skype. Students will
learn how to use the tablet in casual and professional
environments. $80
BID 264 40 – 4 sessions Willingboro
S 10 am – 12 pm
Mar. 28 – Apr. 25
(No class Apr. 4)
The Incubators at Burlington County College (BCC),
located on the Mount Laurel Campus, provide an entrepreneurial
environment focused on growing the success of new businesses.
The Business, Science and Virtual Incubators at BCC offer:
• A convenient location with access to major roadways
• Business development services • Networking opportunities
• Professional office space • A business address
• Low market rent • Shared resources • Support services
For more information, please contact:
Barbara Witkowski
Director of Incubator & Economic Development & Assistant Director of Grants
(856) 222-9311, ext. 2800
incubators.bcc.edu
bcc.edu
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Microsoft Office • Social Media • Customer Service • Web Design
Excel Level I
Access Level I
This course offers students the techniques to create,
edit, format, and print basic worksheets and charts
in Excel. Skills learned in this course include: creating basic worksheets by entering text and values,
working with cells and cell data by using a variety of
moving and copying techniques, performing calculations by using formulas, changing the appearance
of worksheet data by using a variety of formatting
techniques, working with multiple worksheets by
formatting, repositioning, copying and moving, and
adding and deleting worksheets within a workbook,
creating and modifying charts, and setting the page
display and printing options. $125
This is for students who want to get started creating
databases in Access and working with the data by
using tables, queries, forms, and reports. This course
is for the new user of Access who assumes no
experience with relational databases. $125
BID 203 30 – 1 session
S 9 am – 4 pm
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 14
Excel Level II
Here’s an opportunity to work with some more advanced features of Excel, including templates, sorting
and filtering, importing and exporting, advanced
formulas, analysis tools, and collaboration. Students
will be exposed to creating templates, sorting and
filtering data, importing and exporting data, analyzing
data, and collaborating on the Web in Excel. $125
BID 204 30 – 1 session
S 9 am – 4 pm Mt. Laurel
Mar. 28
Excel Level III
This advanced course in Excel is designed for
students to learn how to customize workbooks, work
with multiple data sources, collaborate with others
using shared workbooks, and enhance worksheets
using charts and graphic objects. $125
BID 205 30 – 1 session
S 9 am – 4 pm Mt. Laurel
Apr. 11
BID 206 30 – 1 session S 9 am – 4 pm
Access Level II
This course is intended for students interested
in learning more advanced skills and features of
Access. Skills taught will include: how to enhance
database designs by using the principles of table
relationships and referential integrity, integrate data
with other applications, modify a table design to
control data entry, find data with filters and queries,
customize forms and reports, and create data access
pages. $125
BID 207 30 – 1 session
S 9 am – 4 pm
BID 209 30 – 1 session S 9 am – 4 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 18
PowerPoint Level II
This course is intended for students who are already
familiar with PowerPoint on an introductory level and
want to move up to a more advanced level. Students
will work with design templates, custom animations,
techniques for delivering presentations, Web
presentations, and presentation broadcasting. $125
BID 210 30 – 1 session
S 9 am – 4 pm Mt. Laurel
Apr. 25
Mt. Laurel
May 9
SOCIAL MEDIA
Social Media for Beginners
Want to keep up with the world around you? Whether
you’re setting up social media to keep in touch with
family and friends or to connect for business, this
class will provide you with the basics for how to build
your online home. We will explore the ins and outs
of social networking as a foundation for sharing with
your inner circle and staying up-to-date. A hands on
educational approach will acquaint you with the major
social media platforms. $80
BID 265 30 – 4 sessions
T 6 – 7 pm PowerPoint Level I
This course is designed for students who are
interested in learning how to create and modify
basic Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentations.
PowerPoint 2010 is a feature-rich, easy-to-use
program that enables you to create presentation
slides that combine text, clip art, drawings, tables,
and charts and graphs. $125
Mt. Laurel
May 2
Willingboro
Mar. 24 – Apr. 14
Customer Service
Representative Certificate
This certification verifies that customer service
professionals are knowledgeable in the skills and
techniques required to provide exceptional service
and support in both support center and call center
environments. It ensures they understand how
to assess customer needs while exceeding
expectations. Front-line customer service
representatives interact with customers every day.
Do you have the skills to create first-rate customer
experiences? This skills building and certification
course introduces the skills and techniques required
to provide outstanding customer service and support.
BCC Customer Service Representative training
focuses on call handling best practices;
communication and listening techniques;
documentation, problem solving, and troubleshooting
skills; conflict negotiation; and responses to difficult
customer behaviors. $99
BID 315 50 – 4 sessions
T 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Pemberton
Apr. 7 – Apr. 28
Web Design Certificate Program
MODULE I – Fundamentals of Web Design
MODULE II – Graphic Design for the Web
This program consists of four modules and is broken down into two parts.
To earn the complete certificate, both Part I and Part II must be completed.
The first part includes Fundamentals of Web Design and Graphic Design for the Web.
The second part includes Dynamic Web I: PHP/MySQL and Dynamic Web II: Flash Java Script.
Part II of II: Dynamic Web I: PhP/MySQl
Dynamic Web II: Flash/JavaScript
Through the use of PHP and MySQL, students
will learn how to create dynamic websites. This
course introduces the basic concepts of client-side
programming and database development. $436
Students will learn how to create animation,
games, and other client-side applications in Adobe
Flash by using ActionScript 3.0. As the industry is
shifting away from Flash, students will also learn
how to replicate many of these concepts by using
JavaScript, jQuery, and HTML 5. $436
BID 356 01 – 7 sessions S 9 am – 2 pm
Pemberton
Feb. 7 – Mar. 28
(No class Mar. 21)
Information in this brochure is accurate to the
date of publication and subject to change.
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CUSTOMER SERVICE
SPRING 2015
BID 726 01 – 7 sessions
S 9 am – 2 pm
Pemberton
Apr. 11 – May 30
(No class May 23)
Industrial Electronics Repair Technician • Entrepreneurship
Industrial Electronics
Test/Repair Technician
Do you have a basic understanding of electronics? This course will prepare you to work
technically and at various levels with industrial
automation equipment used to run our factories
(institutions and homes). Those who successfully complete this course will have learned how
to test, troubleshoot and even repair electronics
used in various industries such as Plastics,
Pharmaceuticals, Robotics, Automotive, and
more. This hands on program will teach what
these machines do and how they are tested.
Attendees will be taught how to test and/or repair
circuit boards, photo electrics, drives, motors,
controls, sensors etc. Skills will include soldering,
troubleshooting, component identification, using
various types of test equipment, and product
knowledge amongst many other topics. $480
Prerequisite: Basic understanding of
electronics.
ENTREPRENEURIAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
The NJ Small Business Development Centers network and the NJ Council of County Colleges have
partnered to provide a 30-hour Entrepreneurial Certificate Program (ECP). The ECP will teach
participants to successfully start a new business or expand existing operations. Students who
complete this program will receive a certificate issued by Burlington County College and the
NJ Small Business Development Center, Rutgers University-Camden.
Courses may also be taken individually.
Starting a Business from A-Z
A comprehensive overview, this course is designed
for entrepreneurs who intend to start or have
recently started a small business. It examines
legal forms of doing business in New Jersey,
how to register a business, setting up bookkeeping
records, Federal and State taxation, payroll,
insurance and licensing. $115
SPT 700 50 – 2 sessions
W 6 – 9 pm
Participants who successfully complete
this course will be guaranteed an interview
at Radwell International Inc., for a possible
lucrative career as an electronic test and/or
repair technician. (Radwell International
is located in Lumberton NJ, Franklin IN, New
Castle Under Lyme United Kingdom, and
Stony Creek Canada).
Writing a Business Plan
BID 316 01 – 12 sessions
Mt. Laurel
S 8 am – 12 pm
Feb. 7 – May 9
(No class Mar. 21, Apr. 4)
SPT 706 50 – 2 sessions
W 6 – 9 pm
NEW!! Hospitality Management Certificate
Get ready to charge into the Hospitality Industry with
this exciting “Boot Camp Style” program. A diverse
field full of many different types of opportunities. For
example: hospitality marketing, catering, banquet
services, front desk customer service, housekeeping,
and security. When you move into large hospitality
chains, the opportunities are manifold and often offer
great upward mobility. $1595.
CFH 200 30 – 12 sessions
M-TH 9 am – 3 pm
Willingboro
Mar. 23 – Apr. 9
Information in this
brochure is accurate
to the date of publication
and subject to change.
Mt. Laurel
Feb. 18 & Feb. 25
Developing a business plan is one of the most
important challenges you will face as an
entrepreneur. This 6-hour program was developed
to guide you through that process and give you
a hands-on systematic way to develop an outline,
investigate and create a draft of your own business
plan. $115
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 4 & Mar. 11
Financing a Small Business
One of the primary challenges facing a new
business is obtaining the necessary funding to
start or expand the business. This course explains
the criteria used by lenders to evaluate a potential
borrower. Sources of financing will be explored,
including: bank and non-bank lenders, the SBA,
micro-lenders, venture capitalists and others. The
borrowing basics will be directly tied to the contents
of a business plan/loan proposal. $60
SPT 702 50 – 1 session
W 6 – 9 pm
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 25
Marketing Research & Strategies
Examine the two critical aspects of marketing.
The first session will focus on how to conduct
market research (industry trends, demographics,
etc.) to determine the feasibility of your plans for the
future. The second session will focus on developing
specific strategies to market your business. $115
SPT 703 50 – 2 sessions
W 6 – 9 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 8 & Apr. 15
Understanding Financial Statements
Gain an understanding of basic business financial
statements (balance sheet, income statement,
and statement of cash flow). The class will
demonstrate how the review and analysis of the
financial statements can provide you with the
information needed to improve profitability
and/or grow your business. There will be detailed
discussion of revenues and expense items,
forecasting and trend analysis. $60
SPT 704 50 – 1 session
W 6 – 9 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 22
Business Ownership, Contracts
& Agreements
This class provides a basic understanding of business contract law with an overview of the different
types of contracts. Topics include situations requiring attorney consultation, legal structures, partnerships and partnership agreements, and corporation
and shareholder agreements. $60
SPT 705 50 – 1 session
W 6 – 9 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 29
Recording Business Transactions
This is a practical application class designed to
teach the business owner how to record specific
transactions in a manual record keeping system.
Disbursement and sales journals will be prepared
as well as accounts receivable and accounts
payable ledgers. Sample transactions will be
used to generate business activity through the end
of an accounting period and formulate financial
statements. $60
SPT 701 50 – 1 session
W 6 – 9 pm
bcc.edu
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 1
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Window Installation Technician • Industrial Systems Technician • Servesafe®
NEW! Window Installation Technician
Do you enjoy home improvement and possess mechanical ability? This course will prepare you to be a
window installer. Those who successfully complete this course will have learned how to install vinyl replacement windows, install Doors, and installation of the patio sliders. This combination hands on and lecture will
help individuals with a strong mechanical ability to become proficient in the window installation trade. Topics
include communication with customers, introduction to lead safe practices, and organizational job skills. $980
Participants who successfully complete this course will be guaranteed an interview at Castle
Windows for a lucrative career as a window installation technician. (located in Moorestown, NJ)
BID 320 50 – 30 sessions
M – F 9 am – 2 pm
OTH – Moorestown
Jan. 20 – Mar. 2
New! Industrial Systems Technician
Certificate Requirements:
Complete ALL five modules.
(Modules may also be taken individually)
Programmable Logic Controller
This course offers not only the basics of blueprint
reading, but also the fundamentals of construction
methods that make blueprint reading meaningful. The
course is designed for office personnel, foremen,
superintendents, and anyone who desires a basic
knowledge of construction drawings. This course will
offer basic descriptions of pictorial drawings, construction materials, construction specs, how to use
a scale, and reading plot plans. It will also cover the
basics of print reading for concrete footings, structural
steel framing, welding, unit masonry construction,
framing and finish, plumbing systems, air conditioning
systems and electrical systems. $150
Machines and robots are replacing people in the
work place. Having the knowledge and skills to be
a part of this growing industry will ensure you have
a position in our increasingly automated world.
This program is intended to provide students with a
well-rounded introduction to a career in the sales,
purchasing, quality control and/or operations in
the industrial automation field. Topics will include
pneumatics, motion, electronics, hydraulics, HVAC,
and electrical control equipment for plant floor and
facility maintenance machinery. $300
SPT 220 50 – 3 sessions
M, W 6 – 9 pm
Pemberton
Feb. 9 – Feb. 16
Geometric Dimensioning
and Tolerance (GDT)
Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, often
referred to as GD&T, is a symbolic language
used on engineering drawings and models to
define the allowable deviation of feature geometry.
The language of GD&T consists of dimensions,
tolerances, symbols, definitions, rules, and conventions that can be used to precisely communicate
the functional requirements for the location, orientation, size, and form of each feature of the design
model. Thus, GD&T is an exact language that
enables designers to “say what they mean” with
regard to their design models. Production can then
use the language to understand the design intent
and inspection looks to the language to determine
set up requirements. $150
SPT 221 50 – 3 sessions
M, W 6 – 9 pm
Pemberton
Feb. 18 – Feb. 25
This course will enable the student to identify and
understand personal skills and technical skills
needed for success in the machining field. Students
will be able to show a basic understanding of training opportunities and methods available to gain
skills required for the machining field. $200
Pemberton
Mar. 30 – Apr. 8
3D Printer and Scanner
Take some of the mystery out of the current hype
about 3D Printing and find out what, how, and
why people are using 3D printers. Learn about the
different types of machines and materials available
(hobby, desktop, and large industrial machines; plastics, metals, waxes), create part files and send them
to the printer for a hands-on experience. Develop a
good foundation to go forward and incorporate 3D
printing in some of your upcoming projects, and find
out what’s coming in the future of these machines
and how we create things to print. $200
SPT 224 50 – 4 sessions
M, W 6 – 9 pm
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Mar. 2 – Mar. 25
Basic Machining
SPT 223 50 – 4 sessions
M, W 6 – 9 pm
The ServSafe® training course provides food
establishment owners and managers the opportunity to learn the industry standards and regulations regarding food safety. Our 12-hour training
course offers both training and certification exam.
The online exam will be given at the end of the
second session. Upon the successful completion
of the course and exam (minimum score of 75),
participants will receive ServSafe® Certificate
which satisfies the NJ requirement for “Risk Type
3” food establishments. Recertification students
also may attend. $85
Required Materials: ServSafe® Manager Book,
6th Edition, with online exam voucher – ESV6R
Blueprint Reading
SPT 222 50 – 6 sessions
M, W 6 – 9 pm
ServSafe® Food
Safety Manager
Training and
Certification
Pemberton
Apr. 13 – Apr. 22
SPRING 2015
Please purchase and review the textbook before
beginning class. Bring two forms of ID (one
photo) to class on day of the exam. Textbook and
online exam voucher ESV6R can be purchased
at www.servsafe.com for $68. Allow one week for
shipping.
BID 802 80 – 2 sessions
S 8:30 am – 3 pm
Willingboro
Feb. 28 – Mar. 7
BID 802 30 – 2 sessions S 8:30 am – 3 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 11 – Apr. 18
Healthcare
Certified Home Health
Aide Training Program
Clinical Medical Assistant Program
In partnership with
Bayada Home Health Care
This program is intended for students who want to prepare for an exciting, challenging and rewarding
career in healthcare. This program trains students to assist physicians by performing functions related
to the clinical responsibilities of a medical office. Instruction includes preparing patients for examination
and treatment, routine laboratory procedures, diagnostic testing, technical aspects of phlebotomy and the
cardiac life cycle. Students will review important topics including phlebotomy, pharmacology, the proper
use and administration of medications, taking and documenting vital signs, cardiology including proper lead
placements, a professional workplace behavior, ethics and the legal aspects of healthcare. This program
includes 140 hours of classroom lecture and hands-on labs and a 160 hour clinical externship opportunity
at a local healthcare provider. To be eligible for the clinical rotation, students must successfully complete
the 140-hour program, submit to a thorough background check and drug screening, and meet other
requirements. NOTE: Upon successful completion of this program, students would be eligible to sit for the
National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) national examination.
$2,399 (textbooks included)
This Board of Nursing approved curriculum includes 60 hours in the classroom and 16 hours of
clinical, provided in a skilled nursing facility with
actual patients. Covered in the training: Providing
care for adults and seniors including people
with disabilities, assisting clients with bathing,
dressing, grooming and toileting, managing
nutrition and diet, learning anatomy, physiology
and common diseases, and handling emergency
procedures and vital signs. $500 (Includes:
License application to the Board)
For more information or to register
for this course, please call
Bayada Home Health Care, 1-856-231-0200
15 sessions
OTH – Bayada
M – F 9 am – 3:30 pm
Classroom Hours (60 hrs)
140 Classroom Hours + a Clinical Externship
BID 311 80 – 35 sessions
M, W 6 – 9:30 pm
Willingboro
Mar. 2 – Jun. 15
(No class Mar. 16, Mar. 18, May 25)
S 9 am – 4:30 pm (Required)
Mar. 7 – May 30
(No class Mar. 14, Mar. 21, Apr. 4, Apr. 18, Apr. 25, May 9, May 23)
Bayada Home Health Care – Maple Shade Office
1000 Lenola Road, Suite 102
Maple Shade, NJ 08052
Electrocardiography (EKG) Technician
Clinical Hours (16 hrs)
This comprehensive 60-hour EKG Technician Certification Program prepares students to function as EKG
Technicians and to take the ASPT-Electrocardiograph (EKG) Technician exam and other national certification exams. This course will include important practice and background information on anatomy and physiology of the heart, medical disease processes, medical terminology, medical ethics, legal aspects of patient
contact, electrocardiography and stress testing. Additionally, students will practice with EKG equipment
and perform hands-on labs including introduction to the function and proper use of the EKG machine, the
normal anatomy of the chest wall for proper lead placement, 12-lead placement and other clinical practices.
Prerequisite: High school diploma or GED. $999 (textbooks included)
St. Mary’s Nursing Home
210 St. Mary’s Drive
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
(Qualifies for BCC academic credits)
SPT 600 80 – 10 sessions
S 9 am – 3 pm
We recommend
you sign up
at leasT 10 days
prior
to the first day of class.
DAYS OF THE WEEK
ARE ABBREVIATED
AS FOLLOWS:
M – Monday, T – Tuesday,
W – Wednesday, TH – Thursday,
F – Friday, S – Saturday,
SU – Sunday
Willingboro
Feb. 28 – May 16
(No class Mar. 21, Apr. 4)
Medical Billing & Coding
(Qualifies for BCC academic credits)
This combined 60-hour billing and coding course offers skills needed to solve insurance billing problems: How
to manually file claims (using the CPT and ICD-9 manual), complete common insurance forms, trace delinquent
claims, appeal denied claims and use generic forms to streamline billing procedures. The course includes: CPT
(introduction, guidelines, evaluation and management), specialty fields, ICD-9 (introduction and guidelines)
and basic processes for medical insurance and third party reimbursements. Students learn how to find the
service and codes using manuals, (CPT, ICD-9 and HCPCS). After obtaining practical work experience
(6 months-2 years), students who complete this course can be qualified to sit for the American Academy of
Professional Coders (AAPC); Certified Professional Coder Exam (CPC or CPC-H Apprentice); American Health
Information Association (AHIMA) Certified Coding Associate (CCA) exam; and/or other National Certification
Exams. Prerequisite: High school diploma or GED. $1,299 (textbooks included)
SPT 504 75 – 18 sessions
T, TH 6 – 9:30 pm
Willingboro
Mar. 3 – May 7
(No class Mar. 17, Mar. 19)
SPT 504 30 – 10 sessions
T, TH 9 am – 3 pm
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 3 – Apr. 9
(No class Mar. 17, Mar. 19)
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Healthcare • Personal Trainer • Nutrition
Medical Administrative Assistant Program
This 64-hour course prepares students to function effectively in many of the administrative and clerical
positions in the healthcare industry. Medical administrative assistant, medical secretary, and medical records
clerk are all positions in great demand. This program covers important background information on the medical
assisting profession and interpersonal skills, medical ethics and law, medical terminology, basics of insurance
billing and coding, telephone techniques, scheduling appointments, medical records management and
management of practice finances. This program is intended to provide students with a well-rounded
introduction to medical administration so that they can gain the necessary skills required to obtain an
administrative medical assistant position. This program meets the necessary requirements to take the
National Healthcareer Association (NHA) - Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) exam.
Prerequisite: High school diploma or GED. $999 (textbooks included)
BID 247 80 – 11 sessions
S 9 am – 3 pm
Willingboro
Feb. 28 – May 23
(No class Mar. 21, Apr. 4)
Pharmacy Technician Program
(Qualifies for BCC academic credits)
This comprehensive 60-hour course will prepare students to enter the pharmacy field and take the Pharmacy
Technician Certification Board’s exam. Technicians work in hospitals, home infusion pharmacies, community
pharmacies and other health care settings, working under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. Course
content includes medical terminology specific to the pharmacy, reading and interpreting prescriptions and
defining drugs by generic and brand names. Students will learn dosage calculations, I.V. flow rates, drug
compounding, dose conversions, dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control and billing and reimbursement.
Prerequisite: High school diploma or GED. $999 (textbooks included)
SPT 601 75 – 18 sessions
M, W 6 – 9:30 pm
Willingboro
Mar. 2 – May 6
(No class Mar. 16, Mar. 18)
SPT 601 30 – 10 sessions
M, W 9 am – 3 pm
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 2 – Apr. 8
(No class Mar. 16, Mar. 18)
Personal Trainer National Certificate
Start a new career by becoming a certified personal trainer. This combination lecture and hands-on program
prepares you to work one-on-one with clients. Core topics include: anatomy, exercise physiology, nutrition,
muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, cardiorespiratory fitness, musculoskeletal injuries, weight
control, health screening, motivation, teaching techniques, and more. This course is taught over a 5-week
period for better retention and skill competency. The national certification exam is held on the sixth week.
Career opportunities exist in fitness centers, gyms, spas, or start your own business. Proof of CPR required
for certification to be issued. Exam results will be issued but no certificate without proof of CPR. CPR may be
taken before or after course. Call 1-888-330-9487 to purchase the textbook. $430
CFP 157 01 – 6 sessions
SU 9 am – 4:00 pm
Pemberton
Mar. 15 – May 3
(No class Mar. 22, Apr. 5)
The World Instructor Training Schools (W.I.T.S.) were designed in 1989 to meet an ever-increasing market of
fitness enthusiasts. How does one get started in the industry? The W.I.T.S. courses allow community colleges
and universities to become the educational instructor leaders in their respective community. The courses
grant the student a basic level national instructor certification for a passing grade in theory and practical
skills. More importantly it gives the student adequate time to digest a lot of serious information over a 6-week
period with a qualified instructor who is a local permanent resource. Advancing to international certifications
like the NSCA or the American College of Sports Medicine is readily attainable after taking this professionally
directed program.
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SPRING 2015
Nutrition Concepts for Success
Maximize your success as a personal trainer by
helping clients with their nutritional needs. This
course is valuable for anyone wanting to learn more
about nutrition. Learn how to develop optimal ratios
of carbs, fat and protein, how to analyze food labels,
and help clients change eating patterns. Explore
nutritional needs of athletes and the effect of diet on
aging. Co-sponsored with World Instructor Training
Schools (W.I.T.S.) and provides 6 CEUs. Please bring
calculator to class. $90
CFP 163 40 – 1 session
Su 9 am – 4 pm
Pemberton
May 17
Human Resources
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE
(Qualifies for BCC academic credits)
Certificate Requirements:
Required Core (C) Courses:
Electives (E):
Choose and complete 6 required
core (C) courses plus 2 electives (E) for a
total of 8 courses.
• Benefits Administration
• Equal Employment Opportunity
• Compensation Management
• Diversity in the Workplace
• Employee Relations
• Training and Development
Total Certificate Cost: $1,592
• Human Resource Management and the Law
Registration for Individual Courses: $199
• Performance Management
• Principles of Human Resources
• Recruitment, Staffing and Selection
Gain the knowledge and skills necessary to help you and your organization meet the goals and objectives of today’s challenging HR Department. You may enroll in
selected core or elective courses if you do not wish to earn the entire certificate. Each course is a complete learning experience.
Upon completion of individual courses, you will receive a certificate indicating the Continuing Education Units (CEUs) earned.
Text: Fundamentals of Human Resource Management, 11th Edition Book is available for purchase at the bookstore on the Mt. Laurel campus.
Principles of Human Resources (C)
Compensation Management (C)
Performance Management (C)
A broad overview of the functional areas of Human
Resources. Topics include: HR goals in today’s
competitive environment; framework for integrating
HR activities; understanding the key HR role and its
impact on organizational goals. CEU 0.6 $199
Examines technical skills and practical knowledge
required in the practice and theory of compensation management. Topics include: compensation
management approach consistent with business
objectives; tailoring a compensation program;
market data collection and integration to develop
and support a competitive salary program.
CEU 0.6 $199
Gain skills to develop and implement a performance
management system. Topics include: selecting the
most appropriate performance appraisal methods
and forms; linking employee goals and performance to organization’s strategic goals; providing
a credible basis for merit increases and incentive
awards; and training management on organization’s
appraisal and evaluation system. CEU 0.6 $199
BID 622 50 – 2 sessions
M, W 6:30 – 9:30 pm
BID 629 50 – 2 sessions
M, W 6:30 – 9:30 pm
BID 620 50 – 2 sessions
M, W 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 2 & Mar. 4
Recruitment, Staffing & Selection (C)
Addresses planning and decision processes related
to auditing and evaluating organizational staffing.
Topics include: developing effective recruitment
strategy/methods; selecting appropriate screening/
selections techniques; aligning promotion and
succession systems with the organization’s strategic
goals. CEU 0.6 $199
BID 621 50 – 2 sessions
M, W 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 9 & Mar. 11
Human Resource Management
& the Law (C)
This course provides an understanding of the laws
that obligate employers. Topics include: recent
legislation and court cases, defining employer/
employee rights and obligations; legal/business
considerations bearing on employer decisions;
practical legal implications in day-to-day HR
operations; impact of laws on policy/procedure
development; alternatives to minimizing employer
exposure to employee lawsuits and administrative
charges. CEU 0.6 $199
BID 625 50 – 2 sessions
M, W 6:30 – 9:30 pm Mt. Laurel
Mar. 23 & Mar. 25
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 30 & Apr. 1
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 27 & Apr. 29
Benefits Administration (C)
Equal Employment Opportunity (E)
An in-depth look at key aspects of benefits. Topics
include strategies/objectives for a total program;
legally mandated benefits; regulatory issues and
requirements; minimizing and containing benefits
costs; emerging trends and issues. CEU 0.6 $199
A review of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative
Action laws and orders. Topics include: employer’s
responsibilities regarding family medical leave;
federal, state, and local laws, regulations and cases.
CEU 0.6 $199
BID 623 50 – 2 sessions
M, W 6:30 – 9:30 pm
BID 628 50 – 2 sessions
M, W 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 6 & Apr. 8
Mt. Laurel
May 4 & May 6
Diversity in the Workplace (E)
Training and Development (E)
A review of the impact of cultural diversity on the
management process. Topics include: the influence
of culture on communication, intercultural conflict
resolution strategies, analyzing performance in
cross-cultural situations. CEU 0.6 $199
This course examines the role of training and
development within the organization. Topics include:
components of training systems; assessment
methods and tools; designing a sound training
program; transferring knowledge; evaluating
and measuring results. CEU 0.6 $199
BID 627 50 – 2 sessions
M, W 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 13 & Apr. 15
Employee Relations (C)
An overview of components for creating and
sustaining a positive employee relations climate.
Topics include: elements of an effective program;
effective coaching, counseling and progressive
discipline strategies; identifying employee concerns;
and effective communication techniques.
CEU 0.6 $199
BID 626 50 – 2 sessions
M, W 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 20 & Apr. 22
bcc.edu
BID 624 50 – 2 sessions
M, W 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
May 11 & May 13
One CEU is awarded for every
ten hours of instruction.
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Leadership Management • Marketing
MARKETING
Leadership Management Certificate
Social Media Boot Camps
Certificate Requirement:
Complete ALL five modules
(Modules may also be taken individually)
Introduction of Supervision
This course will provide a clear and in-depth role
of the supervisor in today’s work environment.
Topics on the discussion will include effective
communication techniques between employees
and management, decision making and effective
problem-solving strategies and techniques. The
objective of this module is to help supervisors
manage their professional practices and integrity
in the workplace. Moreover, supervisors will learn
practical strategies in helping employees improve
performance. $99
BID 232 01 – 1 session
TH 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Holly
Mar. 26
Developing Employees through
Coaching, Mentoring & Accountability
Employee Evaluation,
Discipline & Documentation
This course will outline appropriate employee
evaluation and discipline practices from a legal
perspective. There will be thought-provoking
exercises regarding required documentation on
discipline, appraisals and confidentiality practices
in the workplace. This interactive module will help
company leaders to manage their professional
integrity through written, verbal and behavioral
practices in the work environment. $99
BID 235 01 – 1 session
TH 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Holly
Apr. 16
Interviewing Skills & Methodologies
This course will help in enhancing supervisory
skills in areas to distinguish the difference between
managing and coaching employees. There will
be exercises demonstrating effective coaching
techniques and principles. There will be an
overview on how the employee’s performance is
accountable to management and the organization
as a whole. $99
This module will focus on the various interviewing
techniques and methodologies used to conduct
effective interviews; such strategies will address
behavioral interviewing, including experience,
knowledge, skills and abilities that are job related.
Topics of discussion will include improving
interviewing and hiring practices from a legal
perspective. Appropriate interview questions and
best practices in selecting the right applicant for
the job will be addressed. $99
BID 233 01 – 1 session
TH 6:30 – 9:30 pm
BID 236 01– 1 session
TH 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Holly
Apr. 2
Mt. Holly
Apr. 23
Facebook/Google+
BID 229 30 – 2 sessions
S 10 am – 2 pm
Gain skills in developing collaborative and cooperative team building behaviors and practices.Topics
will address learning what, when and to whom to
delegate with effective follow-up strategies regarding
projects and other assignment outcomes. In addition
to delegation, participants will learn how to motivate
employees, both individually and collectively for
maximum performance in the workplace. $99
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 14 & Mar. 28
(No class Mar. 21)
LinkedIn
BID 285 30 – 2 sessions
S 10 am – 2 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 11 & Apr. 18
Easy ways
to Register
1.) Mail-In
Delegating & Team Building
BID 234 01 – 1 session
TH 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Want to know how to set up your social media
networks and sites, build your community, and
connect with your fans while enhancing your brand
at the same time? Whether you are starting from
scratch or retrofitting an existing platform, there’s
more to social media than shares and likes, but what
do you really need to know? With these bootcamps
you will learn strategies and techniques that
maximize your networks reach and promote
fan engagement. The goal is to develop an online
presence. Students have the option of taking the
modules individually or in a series to maximize their
social media footprint. Each module is $69.
200 Campbell Drive,
Suite 210
Willingboro, NJ 08046
2.) FAX
(609) 877-5243
3.) Online
Mt. Holly
Apr. 9
bcc.edu
4.) Walk-In
Pemberton Campus
M – TH 8 am – 8 pm
F 8 am – 5 pm
Mt. Laurel Campus
M – TH 8 am – 8 pm
F 8 am – 5 pm
Mt. Holly Center
M – F 9 am – 5 pm
Willingboro Center
M – TH 9 am – 8 pm
F 9 am – 5 pm
5.) PHONE
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SPRING 2015
(609) 894-9311, ext. 3027
Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Logistics & Supply Chain Management Certificate
A program jointly sponsored by BCC and the Delaware Valley Chapter of the American Society of Transportation and Logistics
Certificate Requirements:
Complete 5 core courses (C) plus 2 electives (E) for a total of 7 out of 9 courses.
Total Certificate Cost: $973
Registration for Individual Courses: $139
You may enroll in selected core or elective courses if you do not wish to earn the entire certificate. Each course is a complete learning experience.
Upon completion of individual courses, you will receive a certificate indicating the Continuing Education Units (CEUs) earned.
Text: The Management of Business Logistics – A Supply Chain Perspective, 9th Edition.
Book is available for purchase at the bookstore on the Mt. Laurel campus.
Certificate Courses:
Electives (E):
Required Core Courses (C):
• Supply Chain Valuation and Service
• International Logistics
• Transportation Modes and Systems
• Logistics Management
• Third Party and Contract Management
• Supply Chain Finance: Procurement & Inventory Decision-Making
• Warehouse Systems Management
• Supply Chain Systems
• Transportation Economics & Management
Service Logistics Management (C)
Transportation Modes & Systems (E)
International Logistics (C)
This course explores the principles of supply chain
management. Topics include management aspects
of moving and storing raw materials, semi-finished,
and finished goods throughout the supply chain;
importance of interrelationships between logistics
and production, marketing, and financial
management. CEU 0.6 $139
This course explores the importance of all
transportation modes with an emphasis on history,
costs, rates, service and claims. Learn how to
select various carriers, how they operate, service
parameters and current market conditions and
finances. CEU 0.6 $139
Learn import/export basics and how goods move
around the world. Topics include: documentation,
shipping terms, customs procedures, NAFTA,
freight forwarders, finance ocean freight and
airfreight. CEU 0.6 $139
BID 604 50 – 2 sessions
T, TH 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 3 & Mar. 5
Warehouse Systems Management (E)
This course explores current issues in the
warehousing field and ways to manage them
effectively. Topics include: inventory control and
management, material handling and staffing
concerns; product disposal concerns including
methods, rules and regulations. CEU 0.6 $139
BID 610 50 – 2 sessions
T, TH 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 10 & Mar. 12
Supply Chain Finance: Procurement
& Inventory Decision-Making (C)
Learn how purchasing and inventory control
managers affect the supply chain with their
decision-making. Topics include: inbound logistics,
managing inventory flows through the pipeline, and
inventory management’s effect on supply chain
finances. CEU 0.6 $139
BID 656 50 – 2 sessions
T, TH 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 24 & Mar. 26
BID 609 50 – 2 sessions
T, TH 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 7 & Apr. 9
Transportation Economics
& Management (C)
This course provides an overview of transportation
modes and their effect on the economy. Topics
include: role of government in regulating and
providing transportation services and carrier management, and basic economic principles that affect
decisions related to transportation. CEU 0.6 $139
BID 605 50 – 2 sessions
T, TH 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 21 & Apr. 23
Third Party & Contract Management (E)
Managing a supply chain requires the expertise to
manage and understand third parties. Learn how
to define third party logistics and types of service
providers to use for your benefit. Discuss the
selection process and measurement standards.
Learn how to develop various legal contracts and
methodologies and how they define your operations.
Discuss the role that effective negotiations play in
today’s environment. CEU 0.6 $139
BID 657 50 – 2 sessions
T, TH 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 28 & Apr. 30
bcc.edu
BID 654 50 – 2 sessions
T, TH 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
May 5 & May 7
Supply Chain Valuation & Service (E)
Explore ways to value a company’s supply chain with
emphasis on improving overall efficiency and service.
Learn assessment methods for productivity responsiveness, ease of use and organizational value of the
supply chain. Focus on freight transportation system’s
role in supply chain management. CEU 0.6 $139
BID 608 50 – 2 sessions
T, TH 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
May 12 & May 14
Supply Chain Systems (C)
This course covers concepts in designing, planning, and operating a supply chain. Topics include:
evaluating e-business roles and products, modeling
concepts, principal supply chain management
topics and spreadsheets. CEU 0.6 $139
Prerequisites: General knowledge
of the Internet and basic proficiency
in Excel or Lotus spreadsheets.
BID 607 50 – 2 sessions
T, TH 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
May 19 & May 21
Presenter: Daniel N. McAuliffe, CTL, is a certified
professional with the American Society of Transportation &
Logistics and has an M.B.A. from Michigan State University.
He has more than 25 years experience in both international
and domestic supply chain, having worked as a director for a
variety of retail, private, and manufacturing companies.
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Non-Profit Leadership • Real Estate • Project Management
NON-PROFIT LEADERSHIP
Measurements & Evaluations
for Non-Profit Organizations
The environment has changed for non-profits where
funders are now looking for structurally sound
nonprofits who can provide measures of success for
their programs. This class will teach non-profits how
to use Lean Six Sigma tools to develop the measurements and evaluations that the funders are seeking.
The first part of the class will discuss the need and
means to align a non-profit’s vision, mission, goals,
activities, outcomes and measurements. The class
will also review a number of evaluation tools that
are being used in the non-profit arena and what
non-profits need to do to satisfy those requirements.
Lastly, the course will cover Lean Six Sigma tools
for continuous improvement including process flow
maps, SIPOC (supplier, input, process, output,
client/customer) maps, problem identification and
resolution tools and feedback mechanisms. $99
BID 450 50 – 1 session T 6:00 – 9:00 pm Mt. Laurel
Mar. 24
Grants 101
Successful grant writing starts with understanding
the essentials of grant writing. You will be introduced
to the fundamentals of grant writing and learn the
key elements to developing professional and winning
grant strategies. $99
BID 451 50 – 1 session
T 6 – 9 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 14
REAL ESTATE
Real Estate Sales
Prepare for the NJ Real Estate Sales Exam, provided
by the Weichert Real Estate School. Topics include:
NJ Licensing Act and regulations, contracts, property
rights, mortgage, and leases.
Text: Essentials of New Jersey Real Estate, 10th
edition, by Edith Lank and Joan Sobeck. The text is
provided at the first class meeting at no additional cost.
PLEASE NOTE: Visit http://www.state.nj.us/dobi/division_rec/licensing/reclicrequire.htm to view the most
up-to-date licensing requirements. Prerequisite: High
school diploma or equivalent (GED). $349
SPT 766 50 – 19 sessions
M, W 6 – 10 pm
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 23 – May 27
(No class May 25)
SPT 766 80 – 10 sessions
Willingboro
S 9 am – 4:30 pm
Mar. 14 – Jun. 6
(No class Mar. 21, Apr. 4, May 23)
PROJECT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE
Imagine achieving your objectives, meeting your deadlines, controlling your budget and managing your
role as a project leader or project team member…add Project Manager to your professional profile. It
will make a difference! This program is the foundation on which project management expertise is built.
Individuals who are responsible for managing people, tasks and assignments that need to be completed
on time and on budget should attend. Participants – across industries – will develop a full range of skills
needed to deliver sound, solid and significant business results. These workshops serve as an excellent
foundation to pursue your PMP® Certification.
Completion Requirements:
Attend ALL (5) workshops to earn 3.5 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) or 35 Professional Development
Units (PDUs) – which meets the pre-requisite
as stated by PMI to apply for your Project Management Professional (PMP®) Exam.
Total Certificate Cost: $995
Back to Square One:
The Conceptualization Phase
of Project Management
We never seem to have the time to do it right, but
we always have the time to do it over. Although
often neglected, the highly critical project conceptualization phase sets the stage for success.
During this phase, a project manager and team will
establish a project’s value and communicate its
scope by answering the what, why, how and how
much of each project. CEU 0.7 $199
BID 635 50 – 2 sessions
T, TH 6 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 24 & Mar. 26
Planning for Success: The Planning
Phase of Project Management
If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. The planning
stage of any project is crucial to its on-going
progress and successful completion. Skip it at your
own risk. Place your important project(s) “under
the microscope” and perform a careful analysis
of task order (who is doing what and when) so
that – as a Project Manager – you can efficiently
organize work flow, carefully assign resources,
describe work assignments and precisely schedule
resources and deliverables. CEU 0.7 $199
BID 636 50 – 2 sessions
T, TH 6 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Mar. 31 & Apr. 2
The Measure of Success: The Execution
Phase of Project Management
Whether you’re a novice or an expert, even the best
laid plans never go according to plan. As a Project
Manager, you’ll find yourself clarifying expectations,
shuffling resources, changing targets, negotiating
support, analyzing reports, adjusting budgets,
sharing options (rather than problems), and
communicating constantly. A well-planned project
execution phase will allow you to avoid “scope
creep,” manage the unexpected and keep your
team on track. CEU 0.7 $199
BID 637 50 – 2 sessions
T, TH 6 – 9:30 pm
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Registration for Individual Courses: $199
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 7 & Apr. 9
SPRING 2015
Leadership for the Project Manager
– Part One
Leadership that makes a difference
This course will assist you in proactively taking
swift action against the factors that trigger project
trouble and subsequently avoid the distractions, delays and disruptions that so easily short-circuit our
purpose, priorities and preparation. It is said that
we are ready only according to the degree by which
we have prepared. So stop “sweeping the dirt under
the rug,” so to speak, and begin honestly assessing
the heart of the matter in terms of project troubles
and addressing the steps to project recovery and
ultimately project success. CEU 0.7 $199
BID 638 50 – 2 sessions
T, TH 6 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 14 & Apr. 16
Leadership for the Project Manager
– Part Two
Leadership that speaks volumes
This course will assist you in proactively applying practical concepts and ethical principles of
leadership in order to foster a project management environment that encourages transformation
resulting in both individual and corporate growth;
in it, you will discover and discuss the purpose of
leadership models; identify the picture of sound
leadership maturation; identify “The 32 Leadership
for the Project Manager Ladder of Success™”
as one model and examine how leaders become
leaders, how/why they connect with people, how
they get results, how they grow organizations and
how they make their mark. CEU 0.7 $199
BID 647 50 – 2 sessions
T, TH 6 – 9:30 pm
Mt. Laurel
Apr. 21 & Apr. 23
ABC Consulting Group International®, LLC. – in a
cooperative effort with Burlington County College,
offers a Project Management Certificate to help you
gain total control of your projects. This certificate of
completion is recognized and endorsed by PMI ® The Project Management Institute. ABC Consulting
Group International, LLC. is a designated
Registered Education Provider (R.E.P. #2230).
Teacher Education
24 Hour Introduction to Teaching Pre-Service Class
Plan Now for January 2015!
New Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey Introduction to Teaching
24-hour Pre-Service Program
Do you hold a bachelor’s degree or have significant work experience in an occupational or technical area? Thinking about teaching for your next career? Applying for a
Certificate of Eligibility? Here is your first step:
New Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey and New Jersey City University, in collaboration with Burlington County College, are pleased to offer the “24-hour Pre-Service
Program” required for alternate route candidates who apply for a Certificate of Eligibility (CE) for Grades K to 12 in instructional and career and technical areas.
Please note that this course is not appropriate for individuals seeking the Pre-K to Grade 3 Certificate of Eligibility.
Course content will include:
• Lesson Plans
• The Implementation of Technology
• An Overview of the Teaching Profession
• Learning Strategies
• Classroom Observations
• Classroom Management
• Job Search Strategies for Teachers
• Assessment Tools
• Diversity in the Classroom
This is a non-credit, blended course with 6 hours of class work, 14 hours of on-line assignments, and a 4-hour classroom observation requirement. Upon successful
completion, students will receive a certificate, as required by the NJ Department of Education, which documents their program completion.
The certificate must be included in the CE application packet.
Two class sessions: Jan. 17 & Mar. 7
S 9 am – 12 Noon
Course: CEJ 001 50
Cost: $200
Location: Mt. Laurel
Textbook: Introduction to Teaching: Guide for New Jersey’s Alternate Route Teachers, Second Custom Edition by Frances A. Levin, is available at the bookstore on the
Mount Laurel Campus for approximately $80.00 or via web book resources. Earlier editions of the text are acceptable for the course.
For additional registration information, contact the New Pathways Office at Burlington County College at (609) 894-9311, ext. 1468 or by email at [email protected]
Formerly FACTS Management Co.
AUTOMATIC PAYMENT PLAN
for Non-Credit classes over $777!
An easier way to pay!
Affordable, convenient and interest-free!
Follow these simple steps to enroll
in the payment plan:
• Register for class
• Go to bcc.edu
• Select Online Payment
on the left-hand side
• Select link under the
Non-Credit heading:
“Establish payment plan,
balance must be greater
than $777.00”
bcc.edu
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Teacher Education • Government Contracts
Earth System STEM Teacher Professional Development Series
GeoSTEM Teacher Professional Development Series brought to you by The Institute
for Earth Observations of Palmyra Cove Nature Park. This 8-week series is designed
to give teachers and administrators an overview of programs, resources, and activities
that can often be immediately incorporated into the classroom and/or used for curriculum development. The focus will be on the relationship between the Next Generation
Science Standards (2013) and the Geosciences, Earth/Oceans/Atmosphere.
It will include a guide toward developing a rigorous course of study that focuses on
planet Earth. Throughout the seminar series, the GeoSTEM Teacher-to-teacher Initiative will host Master GeoSTEM Teachers as presenters who will introduce innovative
programs, resources, and best practices. The twin goals of this series are to develop
teacher-leaders and to highlight innovative classroom applications.
Program highlights include:
• GLOBE, Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment: world-wide,
hands-on, promotes collaboration on inquiry-based investigations of the environment
and the Earth System.
• GLOBE SCRC, Student Climate Research Campaign: measuring, investigating,
understanding the climate system.
• GLOBE Satellite Partnerships.
• NASA S’COOL, Student Cloud Observations On-Line: making and reporting ground
observations of clouds to assist with NASA’s CERES satellite instruments.
• Google Earth: develop a Remote sensing lab in the classroom through the use of
Geoscience data sets including clouds, radar, earthquakes, and ocean data.
• USGS Remote Sensing: use images generated by data collected by two remote
sensing satellites to assess the impact of natural disasters, monitor global agricultural
production, monitor impact of climate and other global changes.
• Project ATMOSPHERE & The Maury Project, American Meteorological Society’s
Education Programs: directed towards improving teacher effectiveness in generating
interest and understandings in science, technology, and mathematics among students
at precollege levels.
8 sessions
T 4:00 – 5:00 pm GeoSTEM
TEACHER-TO-TEACHER INITIATIVE II
PREREQUISITE: GeoSTEM Professional Development Series
or by permission of the instructor.
Building on the resources presented in the GeoSTEM Professional Development Series for Teachers, this teacher leadership seminar series
will continue to focus on the relationship between the Next Generation
Science Standards (2013), STEM Education, and the Geosciences;
Earth—Oceans –Atmosphere.
Teachers will be introduced to the Space to Earth: Earth to Space
(SEES) Model that develops field experiences for students to make
observations and measurements, learn scientific protocols, and use
technology, coupled with identifying satellite imagery and data that provide environmental interpretation from Space. The SEES Model identifies and uses resources provided through, but not limited to, NASA,
NOAA, the GLOBE Program, and the American Meteorological Society.
Lessons, projects and experiences will be used in the development of a
GEOSCIENCE and REMOTE SENSING LABORATORY where students
do real science in real time.
Teachers will work together to develop grade/age appropriate lessons
and projects that utilize the Next Generation Science Standards and
STEM Education initiatives in the Geosciences.
Mt. Laurel
Jan. 20 – Mar. 10
8 sessions
W 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Mt. Laurel
Jan. 21 – Mar. 11
Continuing Education Units will be available.
To register for this free program, please email
John Moore, Director of GeoScience STEM Education at:
[email protected]
Continuing Education Units will be available.
To register for this free program, please email
John Moore, Director of GeoScience STEM Education at:
[email protected]
Register Today!
Burlington County College Offers:
– Affordable Tuition
– Flexible Scheduling
– Financial Aid and Scholarship Options
– Dedicated Faculty
– Transfer and Career Services
– More than 80 majors
We are here to help you discover your potential at BCC
and guide you through the process.
For more information or to apply, please visit bcc.edu/fall.
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SPRING 2015
Community Outreach
bcc.edu
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Community Outreach
Services for Employers:
• On campus recruiting
and interviewing
Services for BCC Students
and Alumni:
• Assistance with choosing a major
• Post job or internships FREE at
bcc-csm.symlicity.com
• Finding an internship or co-op
• Assistance with developing a
formalized internship program
• Obtaining on campus employment
• Employer sponsorship
opportunities
• Job searching strategies
• Preparing a resume and cover letter
• Practicing for an interview
• Participation at the annual
Spring Job Fair
• Present at career workshops
and open house events
For more information, please visit us at bcc.edu/careers. You may also
email [email protected] or call (609) 894-9311, ext. 1034.
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SPRING 2015
FREE
Adult Basic
Education
Programs
and
Career
Pathway
Services
Community Outreach
Burlington County College
200 Campbell Drive • Suite 201 • Willingboro, NJ 08046
To Register, call (609) 894-9311, ext. 3016
HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY
TEST (HSET/TASC)
Prep Classes
High School Equivalency Test
(HSET/TASC) classes prepare students
to pass the subjects on the
state-approved high school equivalency
tests and earn a State of New Jerseyissued high school diploma.
English as
a Second Language
This class gives those whose native
language is not English the
opportunity to learn and adapt to the
English language. Students will improve
their English reading, writing, speaking,
and listening skills.
career pathways
Program offers career readiness
workshops, skills assessment,
career/college counseling,
and job search assistance.
ABE-HEST-TASC Prep Hours:
MONDAY – THURSDAY, 8 – 10:30 am OR 10:30 am – 1 pm
ESL Hours:
Monday – Friday, 1 – 4 pm
Eligibility Requirements:
• Must be at least 16 years old • Must be a resident of New Jersey
• Cannot be enrolled in a regular high school • Must complete assessment prior to starting class
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Community Outreach
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Community Outreach
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L.I.F.E. Programs
Learning Is For Everyone: A lifelong learning
program serving members aged 50+!
Spring Session runs from January 26 – May 21, 2015
with no classes April 3 – 5 for the holiday, and April 16
for the annual membership meeting.
DAY TRIPS
Fun and Games
LFG 135 22 – 14 sessions Feb. 11 – May 27 • WED 12:30 – 1:45 pm
(No class Apr. 1 and Apr. 8)
(May have additional costs.)
Brandywine River Museum of Art
LFB 148 27 – 1 session
Apr. 9 • THU 8:30 – 4:00 pm
Riverboat Cruise of Barnegat Bay
LFB 214 17 – 1 session
May 28 • THU 9:30 am – 3:00 pm
The Chocolate Lover
LFB 108 27 – 1 session
Mar. 6 • FRI 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Westampton Weather Station Tour
Winterthur
LFI 141 22 – 1 session
LFV 124 22 – 2 sessions
May 13 • WED 10:00 am – 5:45 pm
LFI 288 22 – 2 sessions
LFP 200 21 – 17 sessions
Feb. 4 – May 27 • WED 1:00 – 2:00 pm
Water Workout
Feb. 6 – Jun 12• FRI 1:00 –2:00 pm
Mar. 2 – Apr. 27 • MON 1:30 –2:30 pm
Apr. 9 • THU 12:00 – 1:50 pm
Apr. 9 – May 14 • THU 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Take Control of Your Health
LFH 138 21 – 6 sessions
Apr. 22 – May 27 • WED 10 am – Noon
Explorers of the Unknown Seas
LFG 304 21 – 1 session
Apr. 23 • THU 12:00 – 1:50 pm
Mount Laurel Campus
From the Left
LFI 159 22 – 22 sessions
Jan. 5 – Jun. 1 • MON 10:00 – 11:30 am
(No class Jan. 19, May 25)
Chess I: How to Play
Jan. 12 – May 18 • MON 1:30 – 2:30 pm
Chess II: Strategies, Tactics, Historical Games
and Competition
LFG 379 22– 18 sessions
Meditate With Us
LFH 224 22 – 6 sessions
Basics of Estate Planning
Mar. 19 • THU 12:30 – 1:30 pm
Foot and Nail Health
LFH 237 22 – 1 session
Mar. 19 • THU 10:00 – 11:00 am
Medical Pioneers (Post 1900)
LFG 543 22 – 8 sessions
Mar. 23 – May 11 • MON 2:00 – 3:00 pm
Learn to Play the Recorder
Mar. 25 – May 13 • WED 3:00 – 4:00 pm
Explorers of New Lands
Let’s Make Cards
Mar. 28 • SAT 12:00 – 2:00 pm
Apr. 7 – Apr. 28 • TUE10:30 – 11:45 am
UNDERSTANDING REVERsE MORTGAGES
LFI 400 22 – 1 session
Flute Ensemble
LFM 198 21 – 6 sessions
LFG 178 22 –18 sessions
Mar. 24 – May 12 • TUE 6 – 8 pm
LFI 225 22 – 1 session
LFA 138 22 – 4 sessions
Vikings
LFA 221 21 – 1 session
Jan. 12 – May 18 • MON 2:30 – 4:00 pm
Jan. 20 – Feb. 24 • TUE 12:50 – 1:50 pm
Apr. 9 • THU 12:30 – 1:30 pm
LFI 186 22 – 6 sessions
Ki SHi
LFA 139 22 – 6 sessions
Jan. 27 – Feb. 17 • TUE 10:30 – 11:45 am
LFS 147 22 – 6 sessions
Jan. 27 – Mar. 3 • TUE 2:00 – 3:30 pm
The Political Economy of John Adams,
Winston Churchill and Henry George
LFI 156 22 – 11 sessions
Jan. 29 – Apr. 9 • THU 10:30 am – noon
DeClutter II-Selling on eBay
LFG 407 22 – 5 sessions
Rummikub
LFG 292 22 – 15 sessions
Feb. 3 – Mar. 3 • TUE 10:00 am – noon
Feb. 3 – Apr. 28 • TUE 1:00 – 2:00 pm
Tai Chi for Health II
Feb. 3 – Apr. 28 • TUE 2:00 – 3:00 pm
Burlington County Library
Main Branch in Westampton
German Movies with English Subtitles
LFG 253 26 – 3 sessions
March 21, April 18, May 16
SAT 2:00 – 4:00 pm
The Movie Critic
LFG 244 26 – 4 sessions
March 6, April 3, May 1, June 5 • FRI 10:05 – 12:30 pm
Film Biopics of Famous Writers
LFG 278 26 – 4 sessions
Feb. 20, Mar. 20, Apr. 17, May 15 • FRI 10:05 – 12:30 pmpm
Multiple Locations
Maximum Benefit Strategies for your IRA
Beneficiaries
LFI 242 24 – 1 session
Mt Holly
May 3 • WED 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Apr. 11 – May 16 • THU 12:30 – 1:30 pm
Goals- Based Investing: Common Sense Investing for the Uncommon Investor
Basics of Coin Collecting
Apr. 14 – Apr. 21 • TUE 6:00 – 7:30 pm
LFI 118 22 –1 session
Mt Laurel
Feb. 10 • TUE 6:00 – 7:00 pm
meditate with us
LFI 118 21 –1 session
Pemberton
Apr. 20 • TUE 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Apr. 21 – Jun. 9 • TUE 12:50 – 1:50 pm
LFI 289 22 – 2 sessions
LFH 164 22 – 8 sessions
Basic Crochet
LFA 219 22 – 4 sessions
Apr. 23 – May 14 • THU 1 – 2:30 pm
An Introduction to the Writings
of Harold Klemp
LFL 206 22 –1 session
April 30 • THU 12:30 – 1:30 pm
Willingboro JFK Senior Center
Mah Jongg II: Learn and Play
De Clutter – Reduce Stress
Connecting Science to Everyday Life
Westampton Recreation Center
Tai Chi for Health I
Apr. 14 – May 19 • SAT 10:00 – 11:00 am
Let’s Make Cards
LFA 136 22 – 4 sessions
LFG 216 24 – 4 sessions
Feb. 27, Mar. 27, Apr. 24, May 22 • FRI 11:00 am – Noon
Mar. 10 • TUE 6:00 – 7:00 pm
LFG 284 23 – 21 sessions
Jan. 22 • THU 12:30 – 1:30 pm
Feb. 26 • THU 9:00 – 11:00 am
Mystery Book Club
LFI 242 22 – 1 session
Mt Laurel
Women’s History, the 19th Amendment
and Beyond
Retirement Income Planning
LFI 224 22 – 1 session
LFG 295 24 –1 session
LFH 242 26 – 12 sessions
Mar. 10 – Apr. 21 • TUE 10 – Noon
LFG 332 22 –1 session
Deep Shallow Workout
LFP 109 21 – 9 sessions
Feb. 13, Mar. 13, Apr. 10, May 8 • FRI 11:00 am– Noon
Exploring Our Spiritual Connection
with Animals
Relationship Readiness
LFM 197 22 – 8 sessions
LFP 100 21 – 17 sessions
LFH 241 26 – 13 sessions
LFH 245 22 – 8 sessions
Water Workout Bar
Mar. 9 — Mar. 16 • MON 6:00 – 7:30 pm
LFG 274 24 – 4 sessions
De Clutter- Reduce Stress- Part III
Pemberton Campus
(All water classes will have an additional
$21.40 user fee added)
Mar. 7 • SAT 12:00 – 2:00 pm
Basics of Coin Collecting
LFG 409 22 – 7 sessions
Jan. 26 – Apr. 13 • MON 9:30 – 11:30 am
Mar. 5 – Mar.12 • THU 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Art History: The Renaissance Period
LFA 100 22 – 1 session
Basics of Microsoft Office Suite
Feb. 19 • THU 12:30 – 1:30 pm
Navigating the Internet
(additional Day Trips may be added to schedule.
Check the LIFE website or call the office.)
LFV 109 21 – 12 sessions
Feb. 17 – Mar. 10 • TUE 10:00 am – Noon
Understanding Your Investments
Mar. 25 • WED 10:00 – Noon
LFB 183 27 – 1 session
LFB 149 27 – 1 session
Discussion with a Touch of Psychology
LFH 234 22 – 4 sessions
MOUNt Holly Center
Can’t Live Without Books
Jan. 8 – Jun. 4 • THU 1:00 – 3:30 pm
(No class Apr. 16)
LFG 406 23 – 1 session
Jan. 27 • TUE 10:00 – Noon
UNDERSTANDING REVERsE MORTGAGES
LFI 400 23 – 1 session
Jan. 27 • THU 12:30 – 1:30 pm
Mah Jongg I: Learn and Play
LFG 270 23 – 17 sessions
Feb. 5 – Jun. 4 • THU 1:00 – 3:30 pm
(No class Apr. 16)
Conversational German
LFL 128 23 – 6 sessions
Mar. 17 – Apr. 21 • TUE 12:30 –2:00 pm
Maximizing Social Security Income: Planning
Strategies for Married Couples
LFI 258 22 – 1 session
Mt Laurel
Jan. 29 • THU 6:00 – 7:00 pm
LFI 258 24 – 1 session
Mt Holly
Mar. 11 • WED 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Healing from the Inside Out
LFH 163 22–1 session
Mt Laurel
LFH 163 23 — 1 session
Willingboro JFK
Feb. 20 • FRI 10:00 – 11:00 am
March 20 • FRI 10:00 – 11:00 am
mOUNt Laurel Library
Exercise Fitness Session I
LFH 235 15 – 8 sessions
Jan. 27 – Mar. 17• TUE 10:15 – 11:30 am
Understanding Social Security
LFI 237 25 – 1 session
Mar. 31 • TUE 6:30 – 8 pm
Understanding Medicare
LFI 209 25 — 1 session
Apr. 2 • THU 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Exercise Fitness Session II
LFH 235 15 — 7 sessions
Feb. 6 – May 15 • FRI 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Apr. 7 – May 19 • TUE 10:15 – 11:30 am
MOST CLASSES are FREE with an ANNUAL $80 MEMBERSHIP FEE.
FOR INFORMATION call (609) 894-9311, ext. 1499. For a COMPLETE DESCRIPTION of ALL COURSES, PLEASE VISIT bcc.edu/LIFE
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Aquatics
AQUATICS
Aqua Tots.............................................. 33
Super Tots............................................. 33
Pre-School............................................34
AQUATICS PROGRAMS
School-Age...........................................34
Home Schoolers................................... 35
Water Exercise...................................... 36
Adult Swim Lessons.............................. 36
American Red Cross Courses.............. 37
Competitive Swim................................. 38
SWIM • SAFETY • RESCUE CLASSES • RECREATION SWIM • SPLASH PARTIES
The college pool is located on the Pemberton campus
(609) 894-4278
Aquatic information including updates and membership
Register for BCC Aquatics on the Web at bcc.edu
LIMITED ENROLLMENT – CLASSES FILL VERY QUICKLY
Scan QR bar code to link directly
to the BCC registration page
POOL ADMITTANCE:
• All swimmers must present a BCC ID with a current fitness center sticker and sign in at the lifeguard station
• Membership is required for anyone using the pool, except for patrons registering for swim lessons or aquatics programs.
• Membership is discounted for alumni and free for current BCC students, full-time faculty, and staff. All others must purchase
one of the following membership packages:
MEMBERSHIP LEVELS
POOL MEMBERSHIP
IS NOT NEEDED to
REGISTER for CLASSES
GRAY
Pool & Gymnasium
The pool is closed
Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014
through
Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015
Winter Break
Monday, Jan. 19, 2015
MLK Day
Friday, April 3
through
Sunday, April 5
Easter
$50 annually plus
the purchase of a punch card
Adult....................................... $30/10 punches
Child/Senior.............................$20/10 punches
Alumni........................ $50 (punch card not required)
MAROON
Pool
Gymnasium
Wellness Center
Sauna
ANNUAL Adult 18-59 ............................................................... $240 Adult 60+ . ................................................................ $180 One Parent & Child(ren) ........................................... $415 Two Parents & Child(ren) .......................................... $565 Alumni....................................................................... $180
$95
$75
$125
$210
$75
Membership questions
should be directed to the Fitness Center
CHILDREN 5 years of age and under are FREE.
at (609) 894-9311 or (856) 222-9311, ext. 1435
Membership questions should be directed to the Fitness Center
at (609) 894-9311, ext. 1435
Automatic Swim Lift Available
This lift makes BCC’s pool accessible
to the physically challenged.
Please call for more information.
Splash Parties at BCC!
If you are interested in scheduling
or finding out more information regarding
Spash Parties, see our ad in this section.
Lifeguards are ALWAYS on duty when the pool is open.
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SEMESTER
SPRING 2015
IMPORTANT...PLEASE NOTE: Parents in Aqua Tot classes are in the water with child.
Parents are not permitted on the pool deck during swim lessons.
All classes have two parent/guest watch days. Everyone must enter/exit the pool through the locker rooms.
Aqua Tots • Super Tots
CHILDREN’S SWIM LESSONS
American Red Cross
Learn-to-Swim Programs
AQUA TOTS (Ages 6 mos. +)
Pemberton PE Building – Pool
Parents participate in the pool as their child learns
basic swim skills and water safety. Both swim
diapers and tight-fitting plastic pants are REQUIRED
for children under three or any age not toilet trained.
Weekday Mornings
CFP 001 02 – 11 sessions
T 11:05 – 11:35 am $110
Jan. 13 – Mar. 24
CFP 001 05 – 11 sessions
W 10:10 – 10:40 am $110
Jan. 14 – Mar. 25
CFP 001 06 – 11 sessions
TH 11 – 11:30 am $110
Jan. 15 – Mar. 26
CFP 001 07 – 11 sessions
F 9:45 – 10:15 am $110
Jan. 16 – Mar. 27
Weekday Evenings
CFP 001 40 – 10 sessions
M 5:50 – 6:20 pm $100
Mar. 9 – May 18
(No class Apr. 6)
CFP 001 41 – 10 sessions
W 5:20 – 5:50 pm $100
Mar. 11 – May 20
(No class Apr. 8)
Saturday Mornings
CFP 001 60 – 12 sessions
S 9 – 9:30 am $120
Feb. 7 – May 9
(No class Apr. 4 & 11)
LATE SPRING CLASSES
Weekday Mornings
CFP 001 12 – 8 sessions
T 11:05 – 11:35 am $80
Apr. 14 – Jun. 2
CFP 001 16 – 8 sessions
W 10:10 – 10:40 am $80
Apr. 15 – Jun. 3
CFP 001 17 – 8 sessions
TH 11:00 – 11:30 am $80
Apr. 16 – Jun. 4
CFP 001 18 – 8 sessions
F 9:45 – 10:15 am $80
Apr. 17 – Jun. 5
SUPER TOTS (Ages 3 – 4)
Pemberton PE Building – Pool
It’s time to solo! This is your child’s earliest water
experience without having their parent in the water.
Children must participate in a pre-screening and
be able to work comfortably in the pool without their
parent. To schedule a convenient pre-screening
time, select Option 1 at (609) 894-4278. Child
MUST be three years old by start date and also
be toilet trained.
Weekday Mornings
CFP 004 02 – 11 sessions
T 9:55 – 10:25 am
$132
Jan. 13 – Mar. 24
CFP 004 03 – 11 sessions
T 10:30 – 11:00 am $132
Jan. 13 – Mar. 24
CFP 004 04 – 11 sessions
T 11:05 – 11:35 am $132
Jan. 13 – Mar. 24
CFP 004 05 – 11 sessions
W 10:10 – 10:40 am $132
Jan. 14 – Mar. 25
CFP 004 06 – 11 sessions
TH 11 – 11:30 am $132
Jan. 15 – Mar. 26
CFP 004 07 – 11 sessions
F 9:05 – 9:35 am $132
Jan. 16 – Mar. 27
CFP 004 08 – 11 sessions
F 9:45 – 10:15 am $132
Jan. 16 – Mar. 27
CFP 004 09 – 11 sessions
F 11:15 – 11:45 am $132
Jan. 16 – Mar. 27
LATE SPRING CLASSES
Weekday Mornings
CFP 004 10 – 8 sessions
T 9:55 – 10:25 am $96
Apr. 14 – Jun. 2
CFP 004 11 – 8 sessions
T 10:30 – 11:00 am $96
Apr. 14 – Jun. 2
CFP 004 12 – 8 sessions
T 11:05 – 11:35 am $96
Apr. 14 – Jun. 2
CFP 004 13 – 8 sessions
W 10:10 – 10:40 am $96
Apr. 15 – Jun. 3
CFP 004 14 – 8 sessions
TH 11:00 – 11:30 am $96
Apr. 16 – Jun. 4
CFP 004 15 – 8 sessions
F 9:05 – 9:35 am $96
Apr. 17 – Jun. 5
CFP 004 16 – 8 sessions
F 9:45 – 10:15 am $96
Apr. 17 – Jun. 5
CPP 004 18 – 8 sessions
F 11:15 – 11:45 am $96
Apr. 17 – Jun. 5
Weekday Evenings
CFP 004 40 – 10 sessions M 5:50 – 6:20 pm $120
Mar. 9 – May 18
(No class Apr. 6)
CFP 004 41 – 10 sessions
W 5:20 – 5:50 pm
$120
Mar. 11 – May 20
(No class Apr. 8)
Saturday Mornings
CFP 004 60 – 12 sessions
S 9 – 9:30 am $144
Feb. 7 – May 9
(No class Apr. 4 & 11)
Come and join us for an hour
of fun in the water. FREE for
all participants. Ages 8 to 88!
You can try Scuba Diving,
Synchronized Swimming,
Aqua-Exercise, and
Underwater Hockey.
Sunday, January 11th 2015
Noon-1pm.
Activities subject to change,
limited places available.
View the NEW SWIMMER
ORIENTATION online at
bcc.edu/aquatics
Call for details and to register
609-894-9311, ext. 1010.
If you have any questions or would
like to schedule a tour of the facility
please call 609-894-9311, ext. 1010
bcc.edu
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Pre-School • School-Age
Pre-School LESSONS
(Ages 4 – 6)
Pemberton PE Bldg - Pool
This course provides students with opportunities
for success with fundamental swimming skills.
Instruction focuses on water adjustment and
introduction to performing basic skills independently
with an emphasis on water safety. Students are
grouped according to their swimming ability.
Weekday Mornings
CFP 009 01 – 11 sessions
T 9:05 – 9:50 am $110
Jan. 13 – Mar. 24
CFP 009 02 – 11 sessions
TH 9:05 – 9:50 am $110
Jan. 15 – Mar. 26
Weekday Afternoons
CFP 009 11 – 11 sessions
T 1:00 – 1:45 pm $110
Jan. 13 – Mar. 24
Weekday Evenings
CFP 009 40 – 10 sessions
M 5:00 – 5:45 pm $100
Mar. 9 – May 18
(No class Apr. 6)
CFP 009 41 – 10 sessions
T 4:00 – 4:45 pm $100
Mar. 10 – May 19
(No class Apr. 7)
CFP 009 42 – 10 sessions
W 4:30 – 5:15 pm
$100
Mar. 11 – May 20
(No class Apr. 8)
CFP 009 43 – 10 sessions
TH 4:00 – 4:45 pm $100
Mar. 12 – May 21
(No class Apr. 9)
Saturday Mornings
CHILDREN’S SWIM LESSONS
American Red Cross
Learn-to-Swim Programs
School-Age (Ages 6 +)
SHALLOW WATER
LEVEL 1
Non-swimmer, needs to develop basic aquatic skills
LEVEL 2
Non-swimmer, swims independently with float (front
and back five yards)
Weekday Evenings
CFP 017 40 – 10 sessions
M 4:00 – 4:50 pm $100
Mar. 9 – May 18
(No class Apr. 6)
CFP 017 41 – 10 sessions
T 5:00 – 5:50 pm $100
Mar. 10 – May 19
(No class Apr. 7)
CFP 017 42 – 10 sessions
W 6:00 – 6:50 pm $100
Mar. 11 – May 20
(No class Apr. 8)
CFP 017 43 – 10 sessions
TH 5:00 – 5:50 pm $100
Mar. 12 – May 21
(No class Apr. 9)
Saturday Mornings
CFP 017 61 – 12 sessions
S 10:35-11:25 am $120
Feb. 7 – May 9
(No class Apr. 4 & 11)
CFP 017 62 – 12 sessions
S 11:35-12:25 pm $120
Feb. 7 – May 9
(No class Apr. 4 & 11)
CFP 009 61 – 12 sessions
$120
S 9:40 – 10:25 am Feb. 7 – May 9
(No class Apr. 9 & Apr. 11)
LATE SPRING CLASSES
Weekday Mornings
CFP 009 03 – 8 sessions
T 9:05 – 9:50 am $80
Apr. 14 – Jun. 2
CFP 009 14 – 8 sessions
T 1:00 – 1:45 pm $80
Apr. 14 – Jun. 2
UPCOMING Special Events
CFP 009 04 – 8 sessions
TH 9:05 – 9:45 am $80
Apr. 16 – Jun. 4
Scout Badge Days
Saturday Feb. 28, March 21, April
18 and May 9 at 12:45 pm.
DAYS OF THE WEEK ARE
ABBREVIATED AS FOLLOWS:
M – Monday, T – Tuesday,
W – Wednesday, TH – Thursday,
F – Friday, S – Saturday, SU – Sunday
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– AE Try out for Feb Heart Health
Month– Special Olympics Swim
Meet March 8 1:30pm –
Masters Meet March 29th
SPRING 2015
School-Age (Ages 6 +)
DEEP WATER
LEVEL 3
Beginner swimmer, swims independently without float
(front and back, five yards)
LEVEL 4
Intermediate swimmer, stroke improvement
LEVEL 5
Experienced swimmer, stroke refinement
Weekday Evenings
CFP 027 40 – 10 sessions
M 4:00 – 4:50 pm $100
Mar. 9 – May 18
(No class Apr. 6)
CFP 027 42 – 10 sessions
T 5:00 – 5:50 pm $100
Mar. 10 – May 19
(No class Apr. 7)
CFP 027 45 – 10 sessions
W 6:00 – 6:50 pm $100
Mar. 11 – May 20
(No class Apr. 8)
CFP 027 46 – 10 sessions
TH 5:00 – 5:50 pm $100
Mar. 12 – May 21
(No class Apr. 9)
Saturday Mornings
CFP 027 61 – 12 sessions
S 10:35 – 11:25 am $120
Feb. 7 – May 9
(No class Apr. 4 & 11)
CFP 027 62 – 8 sessions
S 11:35 – 12:25 pm $120
Feb. 7 – May 9
(No class Apr. 4 & 11)
The following are for Level 3 only
CFP 027 41 – 10 sessions
T 4:00– 4:50 pm LEVEL 3 ONLY
$100
Mar. 10 – May 19
(No class Apr. 7)
CFP 027 43 – 10 sessions
TH 4:00 – 4:50 pm LEVEL 3 ONLY
$100
Mar. 12 – May 21
(No class Apr. 9)
CHECK OUT
ALL the EXCITING
EVENTS
TAKING PLACE
at the POOL!
VISIT US at
bcc.edu/aquatics
Homeschoolers • Stroke Technique • Babysitter Training
NEW! Adaptive Swim Lessons
(Lessons for children with disabilities)
Small group swim lessons that adapt the aquatic
environment to meet the needs of the children.
Youngsters with special needs (diagnoses may
include autism, cerebral palsy, quadriplegia, or
developmental delays) can all benefit from our
aquatics program. The goals of the Adaptive
Aquatics program are to teach water safety,
functional and recreational swimming skills. Any child
can learn to be independent in the water (always with
supervision, of course) with or without a flotation
device. This program is for children of all ages to
learn to swim to the best of his or her ability. Each
child has individual goals designed to adapt to the
needs of the child. The benefits of this program can
be as small as getting a child to put their face in
the water, to as big as having them ready for total
independence in the water. All instructors are Red
Cross WSI certified.
An adult is required to go in the water with the
student. ( 1 instructor per 5 students) Students
must be toliet trained. Participants will be asked to
complete a Health History Questionnaire and get
doctors approval to swim.
For more information please call
(609) 894-9311, ext. 1010
CFP 304 01 – 6 sessions
TH 1:00 – 1:30 pm $120
Jan. 22 – Feb. 26
NEW! SCOUTS Swim Test Readiness
Get ready for your swim test.
Home Schoolers
Deep Water School Age (6+ years)
From your child’s first time in the pool he or she will
enjoy these classes geared for bringing children
together to learn water safety and swimming skills
in a fun yet nurturing environment. See pages
33 and 34 for course descriptions.
CFP 027 03 – 8 sessions
TH 10:00 – 10:50 am Aqua Tots (6 months - 4 years old)
This program will focus on increasing endurance and
improving stroke technique, including starts, turns
and finishes. This class is open to those who are able
to swim 2 to 4 lengths of the pool without stopping.
They must also have knowledge of three out of four
competitive strokes, be able to swim 2 lengths of the
pool and be at least 8 years of age.
CFP 001 06 – 11 sessions
TH 11:00 – 11:30 am $110
Jan. 15 – Mar. 26
Super Tots (3 and 4 years old)
CFP 004 06 – 11 sessions
TH 11:00 – 11:30 am $132
Jan. 15 – Mar. 26
Pre-School (4 and 6 years old)
CFP 009 02 – 11 sessions
TH 9:05 – 9:50 am $110
Jan. 15 – Mar. 26
School-Age (Shallow Water - 6+ years)
CFP 017 01 – 11 sessions
TH 10:00 – 10:50 am $110
Jan. 15 – Mar. 26
Home School - Stroke Technique and
Endurance
CFP 147 01 – 11 sessions
TH 10 – 10:50 am $110
Jan. 15 – Mar. 26
LATE SPRING CLASS
CFP 147 03 – 8 sessions
TH 10:00 – 10:50 am $80
Apr. 16 – Jun. 4
School-Age (Deep Water - 6+ years)
CFP 027 01 – 11 sessions
TH 10 – 10:50 am $110
Jan. 15 – Mar. 26
LATE SPRING CLASSES
Aqua Tots (6 months - 4 years old)
CFP 001 17 – 8 sessions
TH 11:00 – 11:30 am $80
Apr. 16 – Jun. 4
Super Tots (3 and 4 years old)
CFP 004 14 – 8 sessions
TH 11:00 – 11:30 am $96
Apr. 16 – Jun. 4
This course will help you prepare you to earn credit
for you swim badge. Scout badge assessment if
not included in this course. Must register for Scout
Badge day.
Pre-School (4 and 6 years old)
CFP 116 01 – 3 sessions
M, W 7:00 – 7:45 pm Shallow Water School Age (6+ years)
$30
Feb. 18, 23 & 25
$80
Apr. 16 – Jun. 4
CFP 009 04 – 8 sessions
TH 9:05 – 9:50 am CFP 017 03 – 8 sessions
TH 10:00 – 10:50 am $80
Apr. 16 – Jun. 4
$80
Apr. 16 – Jun. 4
SCOUT BADGE DAY
Earn Credit towards your swim badge through
BCC’s scouting program!
INSTRUCTION by a CERTIFIED SCOUT COUNSELOR and WSI
Saturdays @ 12:45 pm • Feb. 28, March 21, April 11 and May 9
Call Barbara Long at (609) 894-9311, ext. 1497 or
email [email protected] to register your group.
BCC’s Pemberton Campus Pool • Cost is $5 per Scout
bcc.edu
View the
NEW SWIMMER
ORIENTATION
online at bcc.edu/aquatics.
If you have any questions or
would like to schedule a tour
of the facility, please call the
Aquatics department
at (609) 894-9311, ext. 1010.
Home School Family Fun
Tuesdays 10:30-11:30 am
Jan 15 - Mar 26
This is a recreational swim time for
home school children and families.
Noodles, mats and tubes will be
available for use. Children under the
age of 12 must be accompanied in
the water by an adult. All Aquatic
facility guidelines must be followed.
Please call the Aquatics office for more
information. (609) 894-9311, ext. 1010
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Water Exercise • Adult Swim
All Water Exercise Instructors are
AEA or USWFA Certified.
Our instructors are Andy, Barbara,
Beth, Hayley, Meghan and Val.
If you have any questions,
please contact us at
(609) 894-9311, ext. 1010.
Deep Water Fun & Fitness
Aqua Traumatic Brain Injury/Fibromyalgia
Give your hips, knees, and feet a break from land
exercise by enjoying a full body resistance workout
in our warm pool! If you are comfortable in ten feet
of water then this fitness program is for you! Water
walking floatation belts are available.
BCC offers aquatic exercise as an alternative
rehabilitation option. Aqua TBI/Fibromyalgia
takes advantage of the properties of water to
provide a unique exercise environment for patrons
experiencing pain, weakness, muscle spasms,
limited range of motion, decreased strength
and limited weight bearing. Aquatic exercise is
frequently used in conjunction with traditional
land-based physical therapy programs. A certified
exercise specialist will develop a customized exercise
plan specifically tailored to each individual patient’s
needs. Doctor note required.
Weekday Mornings
CFP 135 01 – 21 sessions
M, W 9:00 – 9:50 am $210
Jan. 12 – Mar. 25
(No class Jan. 19)
CFP 135 05 – 32 sessions
M, W, F 9:00 – 9:50 am $320
Jan. 12 – Mar. 27
(No class Jan. 19)
• Build balance and coordination
CFP 135 03 – 11 sessions
F 9:00 – 9:50 am $110
Jan. 16 – Mar. 27
• Renewed energy and endurance
LATE SPRING CLASS
WATER EXERCISE
Enjoy the benefits of water exercise:
• Decrease blood pressure
• Low impact, high resistance
• Improve strength and muscle tone
• Increase range of motion and joint flexibility
• All participants must complete a
Health History Questionnaire.
Advanced Aqua
Enjoy, a high intensity, choreographed, water workout
in shallow water. This program focuses on building
cardiovascular strength and endurance through
challenging routines of intervals and higher intensity
options. You will keep your heart rate and pace up
throughout the class. Water shoes recommended.
Not for beginners.
(Minimum of 8 participants required)
SHALLOW WATER: Mondays & Wednesdays
DEEP WATER: Fridays
Weekday Mornings
CFP 131 01 – 32 sessions M, W, F 9:00 – 9:50 am
$320
Jan. 12 – Mar. 27
(No class Jan. 19)
CFP 131 03 – 10 sessions
M 9:00 – 9:50 am $100
Jan. 12 – Mar. 23
(No class Jan. 19)
CFP 131 04 – 21 sessions
M, W 9:00 – 9:50 am $210
Jan. 12 – Mar. 25
(No class Jan. 19)
LATE SPRING CLASSES
CFP 131 07 – 23 sessions
M, W, F 9:00 – 9:50 am $230
Apr. 13 – Jun. 5
(No class May 25)
CFP 131 08 – 7 sessions
M 9:00 – 9:50 am $70
Apr. 13 – Jun. 1
(No class May 25)
CFP 131 09 – 15 sessions
M, W 9:00 – 9:50 am $150
Apr. 13 – Jun. 3
(No class May 25)
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CFP 135 06 – 15 sessions
M, W 9:00 – 9:50 am $150
Apr. 13 – Jun. 3
(No class May 25)
CFP 135 08 – 23 sessions
M, W, F 9:00 – 9:50 am $230
Apr. 13 – Jun. 5
(No class May 25)
CFP 135 04 – 8 sessions
F 9:00 – 9:50 am $80
Apr. 17 – Jun. 5
Aqua Intermediate
A medium to high intensity muscle focused class in
the shallow end of the pool. This program uses the
water as the primary training tool with the option of
using equipment for building muscular strength and
endurance. All major muscle groups will be targeted
providing a total body workout experience. Both
swimmers and non–swimmers of all ages are invited
to attend. Water shoes recommended. (Minimum of 8
participants required.)
CFP 303 01 – 22 sessions
T, TH 9:00 – 9:50 am LATE SPRING CLASS
CFP 303 02 – 16 sessions
T, TH 9:00 – 9:50 am $220
Jan. 13 – Mar. 26
$160
Apr. 14 – Jun. 4
Evening Wet Workout
This fun-filled water exercise class is tailored to the
participants’ interests and abilities. Both swimmers
and non-swimmers of all ages may attend.
CFP 302 01 – 22 sessions
T, TH 1:00 – 1:45 pm
LATE SPRING CLASS
CFP 302 02 – 16 sessions
T, TH 1:00 – 1:45 pm $220
Jan. 13 – Mar. 26
$160
Apr. 14 – Jun. 4
Adult Swim Lessons
Have you always wanted to learn to swim? Let our
experienced and understanding staff guide you to
become comfortable in our pool and begin your
exploration of the wonders of the aquatic world. You
may also want to consider taking a private lesson
or semi-private lesson, with a friend, to begin your
aquatic adventure.
Weekday Mornings
CFP 106 01 – 11 sessions
W 10:50 – 11:40 am $110
Jan. 14 – Mar. 25
CFP 106 03 – 11 sessions F 10:20 – 11:10 am $110
Jan. 16 – Mar. 27
Weekday Evenings
CFP 106 40 – 11 sessions
W 6:55 – 7:45 pm
LATE SPRING CLASSES
Weekday
$110
Mar. 4 – May 20
(No class Apr. 8)
CFP 106 02 – 8 sessions
W 10:50 – 11:40 am $80
Apr. 15 – Jun. 3
(No class Apr. 23)
CFP 106 04 – 8 sessions
F 10:20 – 11:10 am $80
Apr. 17 – Jun. 5
(No class Apr. 25)
Weekday Evenings
CFP 132 41 – 8 sessions
T 6:00 – 6:50 pm $80
Mar. 3 – Apr. 28
(No class Apr. 7)
CFP 132 42 – 8 sessions
TH 6:00 – 6:50 pm $80
Mar. 5 – Apr. 30
(No class Apr. 9)
SPRING 2015
DAYS OF THE WEEK ARE
ABBREVIATED AS FOLLOWS:
M – Monday, T – Tuesday,
W – Wednesday, TH – Thursday,
F – Friday, S – Saturday, SU – Sunday
American Red Cross Courses
American Red Cross
Courses
All materials needed for these classes
must be purchased two weeks before the class starts
at shopstaywell.com
PLEASE NOTE: Include an email address when
registering. All instructor-level course participants will
receive a link to access the online component.
Safety Training for Swim Coaches
Blended Learning Course
This course provides training for competitive swim
coaches and officials, athletic trainers, athletes
participating in aquatic activities, aquatic exercise
training and other individuals involved in aquatic
competitions or programs. Meets the USA Swimming
coaching certification requirements. Two-year Safety
Training for Swim Coaches Certification.
Must provide email for online link content. Additional
Red Cross fee for online content may be required.
Call (609) 894-9311, ext 1497 by Feb. 20, 2014
if interested.
Must have minimum of 6 students to run class.
CFP 734 41 – 1 session
F 5:30 – 9:30 pm $65
Mar. 6
Pemberton PE Building
Pool
Water Safety Instructor
The WSI course certifies candidates to teach water
safety, including the Basic Water Safety and Personal
Water Safety courses, six levels of Learn-to-Swim,
three levels of Preschool Aquatics and two levels of
Parent and Child Aquatics.
Prerequisites: Be 16 years of age on or before
the last day of the course, possess a Fundamentals
of Instructor Training certificate issued within the last
year or possess a current national Health and Safety
Instructor Authorization certificate and successfully
complete the pre-course session of water safety and
Level 4 swimming skills test. In addition to scheduled
classroom time, individual practice teaching will
be arranged by appointment during the evenings
or Saturday swim classes during the weeks of
March 14 and 21.
PLEASE NOTE: Bring lunch, an extra suit and
towels. Cost does not include your books. You must
purchase them ahead of time. Class participants are
required to complete the online pre-course training
and bring the completion certificate with them to the
first day of class. Make sure you include your email
address on your registration form. Your instructor will
provide the deep-link needed to access the online
course via email (must have a minimum of 6 to run
class.)
CFS 718 40 – 6 sessions
$325
F 5:30 – 9:30 pm Mar. 13 & 27
S,SU 8:30 am-4:30 pm Mar. 14, 15, 28 & 29
Pemberton PE Building
Pool
(Additional Red Cross fee may be required for online content)
Lifeguard Review Course
Junior Lifeguarding (Ages 11-14)
This course is for the currently certified lifeguard
that needs to renew his or her lifeguard training, first
aid, and CPR/AED certification. Includes two year
certification for Lifeguard Training, First Aid and
CPR/AED.
This fun program for youth, ages 11-14, provides a
foundation of aquatic knowledge, attitudes and skills
for future successful completion of the Red Cross
Lifeguarding courses. This foundation consists of
five categories: Prevention, Fitness, Response,
Leadership, and Professionalism.
Prerequisites: Must possess a current
American Red Cross Lifeguard Training & CPR/AED
for the Professional Rescuer certificate.
Bring your own CPR mask and books.
(must have a minimum of 6 to run class)
CFS 726 42 – 1 sessions
F 9:00 am – 4:00 pm $99
Apr. 24
CFS 726 43 – 2 sessions
W 6:00 – 9:00 pm $99
May 20 & 27
CFS 726 44 – 2 sessions
W 6:00 – 9:00 pm $99
Jun. 10 & 17
Pemberton PE Building
Pool
Lifeguard Training
This results in certification in CPR/AED, First Aid,
and Lifeguard Training as well as meeting the
certification standards to lifeguard at a public pool,
upon completion. The course prepares participants
to recognize and respond quickly and effectively to
emergencies while preventing drowning and injuries.
Two year Lifeguard Training, First Aid certification
and Professional Rescuer CPR/AED certification.
PLEASE NOTE: The cost does not include CPR mask
or books. You must purchase them ahead of time.
Prerequisites: Must be 15 years of age by the
end of the course. Must be able to pass a pre-test
consisting of a 300-yard non-stop swim (100 yards
freestyle, 100 yards breaststroke, and 100 yards in
your choice of either freestyle or breaststroke). Must
be able to tread water without using hands for two
minutes and perform a timed brick retrieval (consisting of a 20-yard swim, a dive to 10-feet to retrieve a
weighted object, and return the brick while keeping
head above water).
CFS 725 41 – 8 sessions
W 6:00 – 9:00 pm CFS 725 03 – 4 sessions
T, W, TH, F 9:30 am – 3:30 pm $275
Feb. 18 – Apr. 15
(No class Apr. 8)
$275
Apr. 7, 8, 9 & 10
CFS 725 72 – 4 sessions
$275
SU 9:30 am – 3:30 pm Apr. 19 & 26, May 3 & 10
Pemberton PE Building
Pool
Babysitter Training (Ages 11-15)
This American Red Cross babysitter’s training course
provides kids, ages 11 to 15, with information and
skills necessary to provide safe and responsible
care for children. This training will help participants
develop skills in leadership, professionalism, basic
care, safety/safe play, and first aid.
CFP 617 41 – 5 sessions
T, TH 6:00 – 7:30 pm bcc.edu
Prerequisites: Swim the front crawl for 25 yards
continuously while breathing to the front or side, tread
water for one minute using arms and legs, and swim
submerged a distance of ten feet underwater.
Weekday Evenings
CFP 615 41 – 8 sessions
M 6:30 – 8 pm $120
Mar. 16 – May 11
(No class Apr. 6)
American Heart Association Heart Savers
CPR/AED (Aquatics Department)
This course is intended for people who require a
CPR/AED for (Adult/infant/child) certification as a
prerequisite to their job but who are not healthcare
providers. The course is suitable for teachers, physical
therapists, gym instructors, scout leaders, etc., and
anybody who wants a practical knowledge of CPR
skills. It includes training in CPR (cardiopulmonary
resuscitation) and choking skills for adults and children
aged 1 through 8, as well as the use of barrier devices
and training on automated external defibrillators (AED).
Successful completion of the course provides a 2-year
American Heart Association certification. Please bring
your own CPR resuscitation mask and student manual.
The manual is available to purchase from Laedal
http://www.laerdal.com/us/item/90-1038#2 for
$12.00. The CPR mask will be available for purchase
from BCC for $12.00 while stocks last.(must have a
minimum of 6 to run class).
CFS 731 01 – 1 session
F 5:30 – 9:30 pm $65
Jan. 9
CFS 731 02 – 1 session
F 5:30 – 9:30 pm $65
Feb. 20
CFS 731 03 – 1 session
M 5:30 – 9:30pm $65
Mar. 16
Swim Training for Lifeguard Candidates
This brief course will increase endurance and
cover the necessary stroke mechanics to prepare
participants for the Lifeguarding Pre-Test. This does
NOT guarantee that you will pass the pre-test.
Course fee includes admission to all sessions and
one free pass to a lap swim in the pool.
CFS 724 01 – 5 sessions
T, TH 8:00 – 8:50 pm Pemberton PE Building
$50
Feb. 3, 5, 10, 12, & 17
Pool
$99
Feb. 3 – Feb. 17
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Competitive Swim
Competitive Swim
Competitive Swimming Clinic
Mini Competitive Swimming Clinic
This swim clinic is geared for 5 to 7 year olds who
can swim a minimum of 10 yds in the deep end of
the pool, without flotation aids. Course will focus
on development of the four competitive strokes as
well as introduction to starts and relays.
CFP 136 40 – 8 sessions
TH 6 – 6:50 pm $80
Mar. 5 – Apr. 30
(No class Apr. 9)
CFP 136 41 – 12 sessions
S 8 – 8:50am $120
Feb. 7 – May 9
(No class Apr. 4 & 11)
Competitive swimming instruction focuses on
teaching competition level performance of starts,
turns, and stroke mechanics for improved
competition performance. Swimmers should be
at least 7 years old and be able to swim 2 lengths
of the pool and three of the four strokes.
CFP 107 40 – 8 sessions TH 7:00-7:50 pm $80
Mar. 5 – Apr. 30
(No class Apr. 9)
CFP 107 41 – 8 sessions
M 6:30 – 7:20 pm $80
Mar. 2 – Apr. 27
(No class Apr. 6)
CFP 107 60 – 12 sessions
S 8:00 – 8:50 am BCC Masters Swimming
& Triathlon Training (Ages 18+)
Open to Masters Swimmers
• Opportunity to be ranked nationally within
your age group
• Opportunity to attend swimmer specials on
topics such as nutrition, training, equipment, etc.
• Compete in local, regional, or national meets
• Compete in postal events
• Work on and refine swim techniques, body
position, stroke coordination and endurance
Workouts coached sessions are:
Mondays and Wednesdays at 7:45 pm
(Jan. 7 – Mar. 6)
and/or
Mondays and Wednesdays at 8:00 pm
(Mar. 9 – May 20)
$120
Feb. 7 – May 9
(No class Apr. 4 & 11)
Private & Semi-Private
Swimmers may register with USMS –
approximate cost $35
SWIM Lessons
Learn to swim with individual instruction.
Schedule based upon student & instructor availability.
Competitive swim training.
ONE-ON-ONE INSTRUCTION
taught by certified American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors
To schedule private or semi-private lessons call the Aquatics Office
at (609) 894-4278, option 4, to set up a class.
For more information please select Option 3
at (609) 894-4278, or email [email protected]
CFP 117-41
$85.00
Jan. 5 – Mar. 4
(No class Jan. 19)
CFP 117-43
$100.00
Mar. 9 – May 20
(No class Apr. 6 & 8)
Private: By Appointment Only
6 half-hour lessons
$
155 per person
Semi-Private
Bring a friend to our semi-private lessons. All participants must be same skill level.
6 half-hour lessons
$
135 per person
Important Notice: Lessons postponed by the instructor will be rescheduled. Lessons canceled by
the swimmer 48 hours or more in advance of the lesson will be rescheduled (limit 2) . Lessons canceled
less than 48 hours in advance will not be rescheduled unless the instructor is available (limit 1) .
COMMUNITY
OUTREACH PROGRAM
Make a SPLASH!
Bring your party to the pool!
Call Barbara Long at (609) 894-9311,
ext. 1497, or email [email protected]
for Splash Party Package Information!
Your party includes lifeguard supervision & a party room for cake and festivities!
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If you are a community-based or
non-profit organization interested
in hosting a water safety seminar
for children, please give us a call
at (609) 894-9311, ext. 1497.
aquatics Registration
AQUATICS REGISTRATION
601 Pemberton Browns Mills Road, Pemberton, NJ 08068 • (609) 894-9311, ext. 3027, 2325, or 1398
No RegistRatioNs aRe accepted Without paymeNt
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only.
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Index
INDEX
Administrative Assistant.............................. 12
Adult Swim Lessons....................................36
American Red Cross Courses....................37
Aqua Tots....................................................33
Aquatics................................................32 - 38
Arts & Crafts..................................................4
B.Y.O Briefcase........................................... 12
Banking....................................................... 12
Certified Home Health Aide........................ 17
Childcare Training....................................... 12
Clinical Medical Assistant............................ 17
Competitive Swim........................................38
Computer Information
Technology Training................................. 13
Customer Service........................................ 14
Dance............................................................6
Driver Education............................................6
Electrocardiography (EKG) Technician....... 17
Entrepreneurship......................................... 15
Fashion..........................................................6
Healthcare............................................ 17 - 18
Health, Wellness & Fitness ..........................6
Home Improvement: DIY...............................7
Home Schooler Aquatics.............................35
Human Resources....................................... 19
Industrial Electronica Repair Technician .... 15
Industrial Systems Technician..................... 16
L.I.F.E. Programs.........................................30
Leadership Management.............................20
Literature.......................................................7
Logistics & Supply Chain Management...... 21
Marketing . ..................................................20
Medical Administrative Assistant................. 18
Medical Billing & Coding............................. 17
Microsoft Office & Training Seminars......... 13
Music.............................................................7
Non-Profit Leadership.................................22
P.I.N.E.S. Programs......................................9
Personal Development...........................4 - 10
Personal Trainer.......................................... 18
Pharmacy Technician.................................. 18
Pre-School Aquatics...................................34
Professional Development................... 11 - 24
Project Management...................................22
Real Estate..................................................22
Recration.......................................................7
Registration Dates.........................................2
Registration Form.................................. 31, 39
Safety............................................................8
School- Age Aquatics..................................34
Servesafe Food Safety................................ 16
Social Media . ............................................. 14
Super Tots...................................................33
Test Preperation............................................8
Water Exercise............................................36
Web Design................................................. 14
Window Installation Technician................... 16
World Languages..........................................9
REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Course Number & Location Instructions • SAMPLE CONFIRMATION ONLY
DEPT CODE
CAT CODE
SECTION
COURSE TITLE
START DATE
END DATE
DAY(S)
TIME
LOCATION
COST
BID
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Name of Selected Course
07/14
08/06
M, W
6:30
Mt. Laurel
$179
Course
Number
Campus or
Center*
*Please see page 3 for a complete listing of BCC location course schedule abbreviations.
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BCC LOCATIONS
PLEASE NOTE:
ALL SWIM LESSONS
are held at the PE Building on the
PEMBERTON CAMPUS.
Exit 5
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To Hammonton
WARM UP to SPRING!
One-day culinary workshops
cover everything from
cooking comfort foods
to French cuisine.
601 Pemberton Browns Mills Road
Pemberton, NJ 08068-1599
bcc.edu
DATED MATERIAL
Please see page 5 for a full
listing of culinary classes.
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ABE/ESL/HSET Prep
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(High School Equivalency Test)
Call (609) 894-9311,
ext. 3016
RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER
P.I.N.E.S
Pinelands Institute for Natural &
Environmental Studies: tours, trips,
workshops and events that feature the
natural and cultural history of the
New Jersey Pine Barrens.
L.I.F.E.
Learning is for Everyone!
Personal enrichment, music, art,
history, day trips and courses
for adults 50 years or older.
HSET
(High School Equivalency Test)
Test Center
200 Campbell Drive
Willingboro, NJ
Call (609) 894-9311,
ext. 3016 or 3079
For more information,
contact the HSET Center
at Burlington
County College
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AQUATICS
Swim, safety, rescue classes,
aqua fitness, competitive
clinics, splash parties.
Information in this brochure is accurate to the date of publication and subject to change.
ECRWSS
Non-Profit Org.
U.S. Postage
PAID
Bellmawr, N.J.
Permit No. 249