Non-Credit Course Schedule - Delaware Technical Community

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Delaware Technical Community College • Jack F. Owens Campus, Georgetown, Delaware
CONTINUING EDUCATION
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION
January - July 2015
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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
“With this change also comes a renewed
focus on developing programs that will
prepare the next generation of Delaware’s
workforce – one that is highly-skilled and
responsive to economic development
opportunities throughout the state and
the surrounding counties.”
Greetings!
For more than four decades, Delaware
Tech’s Corporate and Community Programs
(CCP) division has met the educational and
training needs of Delaware’s business and
industry, individuals seeking professional or
personal development, and our youth. As
Delaware Tech’s new president, let me take this
opportunity to thank the students, companies,
state agencies and community members who
have enrolled in training, partnered with us,
and supported our efforts to create programs
for those we serve.
I am pleased to share that the College’s
CCP division recently began operating under
a new name -- Workforce Development
and Community Education. “Workforce
development” more accurately represents the
extensive range of innovative and relevant
training programs that we offer to help
Delaware’s business remain competitive and its
residents acquire the skills they need to succeed
in the workplace. With this change also comes
a renewed focus on developing programs that
will prepare the next generation of Delaware’s
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workforce – one that is highly-skilled
and responsive to economic development
opportunities throughout the state and the
surrounding counties. Rest assured that our
Community Education offerings will continue
to provide unique experiences for youth as
well as creative and valuable professional and
personal development opportunities for all
Delawareans.
As you browse through this edition of
our catalog, we hope you will find programs
and courses that meet your educational and
professional goals. If not, we encourage you
to contact the Workforce Development and
Community Education division in your county.
You can find contact information on the next
page of this booklet.
Mark T. Brainard
President
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Table of Contents
Professional Development............................
Business and Careers......................................
Computers........................................................
Early Childhood Education.............................
Health................................................................
Professional Bartending..................................
Real Estate.........................................................
ServSafe.............................................................
Social Media......................................................
Tour Guide.........................................................
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Technical and Trades Training.........................
Automotive........................................................
CAD....................................................................
Charter Captain................................................
Fiber Optics.......................................................
Flagger Certification........................................
Forklift...............................................................
GIS Certification................................................
HVACR................................................................
Landscaping......................................................
Pool Operators..................................................
Safety.................................................................
Welding.............................................................
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Contract Training............................................. 21
Personal Enrichment.......................................
Adult Basic Education, GED® testing & ESL...
Arts and Crafts..................................................
CPR.....................................................................
Culinary.............................................................
Defensive Driving.............................................
Family.................................................................
Genealogy..........................................................
Money Matters..................................................
Music..................................................................
New Year, New You...........................................
Photography.....................................................
Special Interest.................................................
Technology.........................................................
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Fitness Membership/Classes........................... 33
Dance Fitness.................................................... 33
Kids On Campus............................................... 34
Kids Fitness....................................................... 35
Encore...............................................................
Enrichment.......................................................
Explore..............................................................
Fitness...............................................................
Lunch and Learn..............................................
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Road Scholar.................................................... 41
Travel and Culture........................................... 42
Online Courses/Training................................. 46
Registration..................................................... 49
We moved offices!
We are now located in the William A.
Carter Partnership Center. Please feel
free to call us at (302) 259-6330.
Holiday Calendar
Office Hours:
(College closed on these days)
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.,
Monday - Thursday
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Monday, 1/19/15
Good Friday
Friday, 4/3/15
Memorial Day
Monday, 5/25/15
Independence Day
Friday & Saturday, 7/3-7/4/15
8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m., Friday
(excluding holidays)
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Abbreviation Legend
Important Numbers:
M - Monday
Bookstore
302-259-6116
Registration
302-259-6329
Information
302-259-6330
T - Tuesday
W - Wednesday
Th- Thursday
F - Friday
S - Saturday
Su - Sunday
Christopher Moody
Workforce Development and
Community Education Director
302-259-6315
Workforce Development and Community Education
Jack F. Owens Campus
21179 College Drive • Georgetown, DE 19947
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Professional Development
Business & Careers
Business & Careers
Administrative Assistant
Certificate Program
An administrative assistant provides office
services by implementing administrative
systems and policies and procedures. Topics
include: communication, organization and
planning, information distribution, records
management, document production,
financial functions and human resources.
Required skills: administrative writing, verbal
communication, working knowledge of MS
Office applications and problem solving.
Study review session will be provided.
Tuition does not include exam fee of
approximately $150. No class 4/2.
Instructor: Sherri Mullen
EYD 525 231 - 30 hrs, 3 CEUs, Fee $525
10 sessions, 2/19-4/23, Th, 6-9pm
Basics of Bookkeeping
NEW
Administrative Assistants Conference
With all of the changes in the business world, assistants have never been
more challenged and required to perform more tasks than they are
today. Learn new practical skills that will inspire you to think differently
on how to manage your job and your career. Focus on areas most
important to your on-the-job performance and return to your office
revitalized, refreshed and renewed.
Designed for:
Administrative/Executive Assistants • Office Managers • Secretaries and
Support Staff • Project Coordinators
Skills learned:
Speak and act professionally • Leadership • Problem solving
•Positive attitude • Overcoming digital stress
FYD 241 201 – 7.5 hrs, .75 CEUs, Fee $99 • Lunch is provided.
1 session, 4/23, Th, 8am-4:30pm
Call 302-259-6330 for a detailed flyer.
Gain a marketable new skill by learning the
basics of bookkeeping. Course covers the
fundamentals of bookkeeping; delivering
lessons and examples to build the skills
needed to be an entry level bookkeeper.
Textbook available in college bookstore.
Instructor: Janette Fletcher
EYD 594 231 - 24 hrs, 2.4 CEUs, Fee $305
12 sessions, 3/2-4/8, M&W, 6-8pm
Basic Survival Sign Language
Did you know that American Sign Language
(ASL) is the third most frequently used
language in America? This course will focus
on learning “Basic Survival” Conversational
American Sign Language. Learn the manual
alphabet, numbers, colors, and over 400
signs in American Sign Language. Discuss
deaf culture, cultural norms, and etiquette
introducing oneself using ASL. By the end of
this course, you will be able to utilize basic
ASL to communicate with people who are
deaf. Textbook available in college bookstore.
EYD 544 231 - 20 hrs, 2 CEUs, Fee $225
10 sessions, 2/24-4/28, T, 6-8pm
Certified Wedding and Event Planning Course
Instructed by Lovegevity’s Wedding Planning Institute (LWPI) this course teaches
the basic fundamentals of planning, orchestrating, and delivering social events.
From weddings and anniversaries to birthdays and baby showers, LWPI’s step-bystep methodology teaches clear and concise formulas for detailing the personal and
professional aspects of any social event. Course includes role playing, vignettes and
discussions to practice actual business objectives or work settings in the day-today of wedding and event planning. Local vendors will be invited as guest speakers
giving students the opportunity for networking. Classroom students fulfill all course
requirements and prepare for the certification exam. Tuition includes textbook,
instruction, online curriculum, event planning software, certification exam and online
student networking center. In-class students also receive access to the Dina Manzo
Planning 101 course.
EYD 593 231 - 40 hrs, 4 CEUs, Fee $1295
20 sessions, 3/3-5/7, T&Th, 6-8pm
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Building Self Confidence:
Assertiveness in the Workplace
What is communication without
assertiveness? Enhance your interpersonal
skills and management development
skills. Topics include: understanding selfconfidence and how it benefits workplace
communication, skills of assertive
communication and persuasion and how to
properly negotiate, dealing with aggressive
and submissive behavior and the art of
saying “no.” Instructor: Sherri Mullen
EYD 200 231 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $89
2 sessions, 1/20-1/22, T&Th, 6-9pm
EYD 200 231 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $89
2 sessions, 6/16-6/18, T&Th, 6-9pm
Building Your Life and Business
Coaching Career
Professional Sales Certificate
Training Program
Interested in building a successful
coaching practice, yet not sure what to
do next? Designed specifically for human
development professionals to develop the
skills they will need to enter the coaching
profession. The course provides essential
knowledge and skills to launch a coaching
career and is required of students who want
to become professional coaches. Course
consists of three modules: Module I - You
as Coach; Module II - Business of Coaching;
Module 3 - From the Inside Out.
Instructor: Alisha Broughton
Learn sales skills that will allow you to
understanding what a selling career is,
make a great presentation, use sales basics
for success and how to network. Business
analysis will teach you how to quickly
determine whether someone is an ideal
client, reduce sales resistance, how to
increase your income and understand why
sales people fail. At the end of the course
you will get the opportunity for role play,
self assessment, critique and feedback.
Instructor: Jerry Semper
EYC 236 231 - 20 hrs, 2 CEUs, Fee $255
10 sessions, 3/2-5/4, M, 6-8pm
Mastering Public Speaking
One of the 10 most stressful life-situations
a person can experience is public speaking.
Learn and practice techniques, skills and
strategies to control your fear and make
a powerful presentation whether it is a
speech, business presentation or meeting.
Handle questions smoothly, manage
your emotions in meetings and excel in
interviews. Develop your speaking voice
with tips for using both verbal and non
verbal communication.
Instructor: Robert Harris
EYD 589 201 - 18 hrs, 1.8 CEUs, Fee $215
6 sessions, 4/9-5/14, Th, 1-4pm
EYD 231 231 - 21 hr, 2.1 CEUs, Fee $399
7 sessions, 3/2-4/13, M, 6-9pm
Workplace
Professional Skills
Bring Your “A” Game To Work
Designed to instill foundational workplace
behaviors and values in today’s workforce.
Built to be flexible to meet the needs of
organizations of all sizes, the content,
examples and activities are adaptable to
any industry and cultural context. Become
proficient in reliability, professionalism,
positivity, initiative, respect, integrity and
gratitude. Discuss the seven behaviors
of the Work Ethic Performance Matrix:
Attitude, Attendance, Appearance,
Ambition, Accountability, Acceptance and
Appreciation. Instructor: Sherri Mullen
EYD 586 231 - 30 hrs, 3 CEUs, Fee $755
10 sessions, 3/3-5/5, T, 6-9pm
Business Phone and
Correspondence Etiquette
Writing skills techniques greatly enhance
communication, which is essential in
the workplace. Topics include: business
correspondence, e-mail etiquette and phone
techniques. Discover ways to make a good
first impression. Instructor: Sherri Mullen
EYD 203 231 - 2 hrs, .2 CEUs, Fee $39
1 session, 2/17, T, 6-8pm
EYD 203 231 - 2 hrs, .2 CEUs, Fee $39
1 session, 6/2, T, 6-8pm
Communicate Across Cultures
Understanding how other cultures act,
react, and view the world can go a long
way in helping people relate to and work
with those who do not act, react and think
as they do. Learn about other cultures
without feeling hostile or defensive. This
understanding, when applied, can help
remove barriers between people of different
cultures. Instructor: Jerry Semper
EYC 227 231 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $49
1 session, 3/26, Th, 6-9pm
Conflict Resolution
Learn how to analyze, address, and manage
conflict effectively. Discuss strategies
for successful negotiation by identifying
strengths and weaknesses and improving
your ability to make good choices.
Instructor: Jerry Semper
EYC 223 231 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $49
1 session, 5/14, Th, 6-9pm
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Professional Development
Business & Careers
Effective Supervision
Generational Diversity
This workshop teaches coaching as an
integral part of effective supervision.
Learn the special nature of coaching
employees to perform a task. Distinguish
among performance problems that require
coaching and those that can best be
handled by clearer instructions, or other
means. Reduce the amount of stress in your
work. Instructor: Jerry Semper
Four different generations participate in the
American Labor Force today: Traditionalists
(59+), Baby Boomers (41-58), Generation X
( 24-40) and Generation Y (23 & younger).
Each generation approaches work and
career in different ways. Discuss the
differences between the four generations
and what each one has to offer.
Instructor: Jerry Semper
EYC 228 231 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $49
1 session, 2/19, Th, 6-9pm
EYC 231 231 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $49
1 session, 4/16, Th, 6-9pm
Emotional Intelligence
Moral Development for
Professionals: From Leadership
to Frontline Workers
Today’s employers are looking for people
who can recognize and handle their
emotions and who can relate well to others.
The way team members relate to each other
is vital to success. Identify the characteristics
of emotional intelligence and learn why
they are important in the workplace. Gain an
accurate awareness of your EI strengths and
weaknesses. Instructor: Rob Harris
EYC 216 201 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $49
1 session, 3/5, Th, 1-4pm
Enhanced Communication
Skills
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Effective communication isn’t important
- its paramount! Employ adult-learning
techniques and strategies to address the
importance of the basic workplace skills of
oral, written and symbolic communication.
Discover how to listen, formulate questions,
present information, provide data and
express yourself in a clear, understandable
way. Establish rules for coaching, counseling,
mentoring, and providing feedback. Improve
relationships between coworkers, superiors
and subordinates by minimizing negative
confrontation and improving understanding.
Experience how enhancing communication
reduces conflict and create agreements that
will help move the organization from where
it is to where it is envisioned.
Instructor: Rob Harris
EYD 595 201 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $49
1 session, 4/2, Th, 1-4pm
Learn techniques that boost morale and
integrity in the workplace among leaders
and employees, which could enhance
better productivity and unity. Topics
include: communication and feedback,
conflict resolution, skills assessment,
retreats, collaborations and brainstorming,
motivation, goal setting, and team
development. Also discuss “What do you
bring to the table?” Instructor: Sherri Mullen
Problem Solving and
Critical Thinking
This course uses a four-element model
to demonstrate how to solve problems.
Identifiying the problem/opportunity is the
first element followed by alternative selection.
Decision making and implementation/action
plan concluded the elements in problem
solving. The course is highly interactive with
participant teams working with real life
problems. Teams are chosen to create and
present a problem solving proposal covering
the four elements. The proposal will be
critiqued and give a go or no go decision.
Instructor: Stanley Goldstein
EYC 241 201 - 10 hrs, 1 CEUs, Fee $155
5 sessions, 2/5-3/5, Th, 1-3pm
Time Management
EYD 201 231 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $89
2 sessions, 2/3-2/5, T&Th, 6-9pm
Focuses on how to manage time and
priorities when faced with deadlines,
high expectations and demands on your
time. Learn to stay relaxed, organized
and productive using the most effective
techniques to enable you to keep track of
projects and get more done every day.
Instructor: Jerry Semper
EYC 221 231 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $49
1 session, 2/26, Th, 6-9pm
EYD 201 231 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $89
2 sessions, 7/7-7/9, T&Th, 6-9pm
Verbal Self Defense
Positive Attitude in
the Workplace
Believe in yourself. Your attitude is the
primary force that will determine whether
you succeed or fail. Managing one’s attitude
also involves affecting others with their
attitude. If you want to improve your
performance and make an impact on people
and the organization, take this workshop
and be a better you. Instructor: Jerry Semper
EYC 229 231 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $49
1 session, 3/5, Th, 6-9pm
This course will teach you how to speak
and act professionally under pressure.
Modifying and changing behavior will help
you take control of a stressful situation.
Verbal Self Defense will give you the tools to
redirect behavior and calm difficult people.
Instructor: Jerry Semper
EYC 230 231 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $49
1 session, 4/23, Th, 6-9pm
Your Brain at Work
A highly interactive and fun workshop
that will get you thinking about thinking
using Herrmann International’s Whole Brain
Thinking Model. Gain an understanding about
personal thinking preferences and applying
them to communication, problem solving and
working in teams. Appreciate differences in
brain dominance and leverage differences to
improve business outcomes. Use a problem
solving model that employs creativity, facts,
procedure, and people so that nothing will be
over looked. Instructor: Rob Harris
EYC 239 201 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $49
1 session, 3/19, Th, 1-4pm
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ENTREPRENEURS
Delaware Kauffman FastTrac® New Venture™
Gain the skills you need to create, manage, and grow your business using practical hands-on methods.
Delaware Kauffman FastTrac® New Venture™
If you want a fast way to gain the skills needed to create, manage, and grow your business using practical hands-on methods, then
this is the course for you! FastTrac© is a framework for entrepreneurs helping entrepreneurs. As a FastTrac© participant you don't
just learn about business, you live it. You’ll work on your own business ideas or existing ventures throughout the program – moving
your venture to reality. Program combines facilitator-led sessions, small-group exercises, guest subject-matter experts, and idea
sharing with peers with business coaching and mentoring.
EYC 232 2B1 - 30 hrs, 3 CEUs, Fee $49
10 sessions, 3/2-5/11, M, 6-9pm (No class on 4/6)
It's Brewing Here!
Two local entrepreneurs take the stage each week
for six minutes to present their business ideas to
gain insight into how they can improve their
businesses, get realtime feedback, and connect
with their community.
Every Wednesday, 9 - 10 a.m.
Delaware Technical Community College
Java 101, Student Services Center
Georgetown, Delaware
If you would like to sign up to present your
business idea or attend the event visit
http://delaware.sites.1millioncups.com.
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Computers
Professional Development
Computers
Microsoft Office 2013 Applications
Certificate, Level I - Online
Build Your Own Website and
Market Your Own Business
Gain the valuable training necessary to
compete in the job market of today through
instruction in Windows and the Microsoft
Office 2013 applications: Excel, PowerPoint,
Word and Access. This training provides a
solid foundation of basic business skills for
those who want to be an effective employee
in an office environment. Textbook available
in the college bookstore.
Need to generate more business or starting
a new business? Learn and understand how
to market and build your website. Detailed
course explains how to use web editing
tools to host a small site (up to five pages)
immediately without paying web hosting
fees. Step-by-step instructions on how to
work online with a pre-designed template,
web editing tools, basic image editing and
using an extensive image library. Link to
Twitter, Facebook, use a Shopping Cart, and
a whole lot more. Get your business website
up and running in less time and for less
money with an accomplished expert at your
side. Instructor: June McGroary
EYF 541 231 - 12 hrs, 1.2 CEUs, Fee $139
4 sessions, 6/16-6/25, T&Th, 6-9pm
Introduction to Computers
Explains in layman terms the different
hardware and software components of a
personal computer. Learn and customize
the desktop, start menu and taskbar.
Understand Windows Operating System
elements; move/resize/maximize/minimize
windows. Covers browsing the internet
and e-mail skills such as creating, replying,
sending and receiving attachments.
Textbook available in the college bookstore.
EYF 201 231 - 9 hrs, .9 CEUs, Fee $139
3 sessions, 2/10-2/24, T, 6-9pm
EYF 201 232 - 9 hrs, .9 CEUs, Fee $139
3 sessions, 4/7-4/21, T, 6-9pm
EYF 201 231 - 9 hrs, .9 CEUs, Fee $139
3 sessions, 6/9-6/23, T, 6-9pm
Introduction to Microsoft Word
and Excel 2013
Learn to save and open files, create letters
and basic spreadsheets. Learn about file
management: saving, deleting, renaming,
organizing, moving and finding. Textbook
available in the college bookstore (same as
Intro to Computers).
EYF 821 2B1 - 30 hrs, 3 CEUs, Fee $435
Online, 3/2-5/4
Microsoft Office 2013
Applications Certificate, Level II
Provides additional training necessary to
compete in the job market of today through
instruction in Windows and the Microsoft
Office 2013 applications: Word, Excel,
PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, MS Project,
and Quickbooks. This training will help you
become more efficient in the use of your
time when work-related responsibilities
involve computer technology. Textbook
available in the college bookstore (same as
Level I). No class 7/2. Instructor: Celine Stuart
EYF 822 231 - 21 hr, 2.1 CEUs, Fee $299
7 sessions, 6/4-7/23, Th, 6-9pm
Intermediate MS Excel 2013
Become skilled in using validation to protect
the integrity of your worksheets. Learn how
to add functional and eye-catching custom
controls to any worksheet and use scenarios
and data tables to perform to what-if data
analyses. Discover advanced techniques and
how table tools take the complexity out of
table creation and management.
Instructor: Celine Stuart
EYF 200 231 - 12 hrs, 1.2 CEUs, Fee $179
4 sessions, 4/7-4/28, T, 6-9pm
Advanced MS Excel 2013
Learn how to use the advance features of
Microsoft Excel 2013. Explore how to create
advanced formulas, organize data, pivot
tables and charting. Create, use, edit and
manage macros. Work with worksheets and
workbooks and how to protect them. Course
will focus on how to use these features in
the work place. Textbook available in the
college bookstore. Instructor: June McGroary
EYF 823 231 - 7 hrs, .7 CEUs, Fee $119
2 sessions, 6/29-7/1, M&W, 5:30-9pm
Quickbooks Pro Basic and Payroll
Designed to introduce new or current
Quickbooks users to the many functions/
options that make this application so
popular. Function overview: working with
lists/registers/invoices/accounts receivable
and payable/reconciling accounts, setting
up inventory/working with bank accounts/
form letters/analyzing financial data/payroll/
job estimates/progress invoice/time tracking
and how to back up and restore files.
Textbook available in the college bookstore-optional.
EYF 521 231 - 15 hrs, 1.5 CEUs, Fee $195
5 sessions, 3/2-3/30, M, 6-9pm
EYF 521 231 - 15 hrs, 1.5 CEUs, Fee $195
5 sessions, 6/29-7/27, M, 6-9pm
Advanced Quickbooks
Learn how to use other accounting features
in Quickbooks such as: tracking and paying
sales tax; tracking and setting up payroll
and online banking. Use the Quickbooks
calendar to set reminders, to do lists and
notes. Create custom reports and forms.
Learn how to send Quickbooks files to
your accountant and other administrative
functions. Textbook available in the college
bookstore. Instructor: June McGroary
EYF 820 231 - 7 hrs, .7 CEUs, Fee $119
2 sessions, 7/13-7/15, M&W, 5:30-9pm
Office of Management and Budget
EYF 819 231 - 9 hrs, .9 CEUs, Fee $139
3 sessions, 3/3-3/17, T, 6-9pm
Computer Training for State Employees
EYF 819 232 - 9 hrs, .9 CEUs, Fee $139
3 sessions, 5/5-5/19, T, 6-9pm
For dates and details visit www.delawarepersonnel.com/training
EYF 819 231 - 9 hrs, .9 CEUs, Fee $139
3 sessions, 7/14-7/28, T, 6-9pm
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Computers
Microsoft Office 2013 Specialist Certification
MS Office 2013 Specialist (MOS) Certification
MS Office 2013 Specialist Master Certification
A Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification will enable you
to stand out in today’s competitive job market by broadening
your employment opportunities. Your advanced skills will result
in higher earning potential. These skills will validate proficiency
in the use of all MS Office applications and meets the demand
for most up-to-date skills in the latest Microsoft technologies.
Students who pass a certification exam shows that they can meet
recognized performance standards.
A Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Master certification
demonstrates an overall comprehension and expertise in the
use and applications of the Microsoft programs. Gain more
than a working knowledge and familiarity with the MS Office
software and be technically skilled to apply the extensive
features efficiently and effectively
Students must pass one of the following certification exams in
order to earn a MOS certification:
Microsoft Word Expert 2013
Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
Microsoft Access 2013 or
Microsoft Outlook 2013
Microsoft Word Expert 2013
Microsoft Word 2013
Microsoft Excel Expert 2013
Microsoft Excel 2013
Microsoft Access 2013
Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
Microsoft Outlook 2013
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 or Microsoft One Note 2013
Microsoft Office 2013
The following courses will help prepare you to
take the MS Office 2013 Specialist (MOS)
or the MS Office 2013 Specialist (MOS) Master
Certification Exams. Go to www.microsoft.
com for more information on how to take
the exams.
Microsoft Access 2013
Design and maintain a basic Microsoft
Access database. Create, modify, and extend
functionality of basic database objects to
include tables, queries, forms, and reports.
Construct and modify basic relationships
among database entities. Topics include:
managing the MS Access environment,
import data, find/move/sort and filter
among records. Define and modify field
types and properties, macros, manage
contacts/products/orders/invoices and
receipts/ import and link MS Access objects,
create pivot charts, view objects and object
data, and backup databases. Textbook
available in the college bookstore.
EYF 815 201 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 2/5-3/26, Th, 9-11am
EYF 815 231 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 2/5-3/26, Th, 6-8pm
EYF 815 261 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
4 sessions, 5/9-6/6, S, 9am-1pm
EYF 815 201 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 7/9-8/27, Th, 9-11am
EYF 815 231 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 7/9-8/27, Th, 6-8pm
Students must pass all of the following certification exams in
order to earn a MOS Master certification:
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 or
Microsoft One Note 2013
Microsoft Excel Expert 2013
Microsoft Excel 2013
Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
Create and edit professional looking
spreadsheets for a variety of purposes
and situations. Topics include: learning
terminology, Excel window, ribbons;
creating/managing/previewing and printing
worksheets and workbooks, entering
and formatting data, functions, formulas,
headers and footers; naming of ranges, cells,
and worksheets; freezing rows and columns
and using split screens, applying cell styles,
conditional formatting, filters, sorting, and
statistics; changing column width and row
height; using cell ranges, series, and fill
handle. Create and format charts, macros
and links, customize toolbar and create
shortcuts. Prerequisite: knowledge of MS
Office Suite or Intro to Computers. Textbook
and USB storage device (thumb drive)
available in the college bookstore.
Create complex slide shows, product plans,
reports, and marketing materials. Learn
how to work with text and graphics. Topics
include: managing the MS PowerPoint
environment, design and modify
presentations, proofing, insert tables/
charts/diagrams/pictures and shapes. Save
presentations in HTML so they can be shared
over the web. Work with templates, slide
masters, multimedia and special effects,
formatting, add/edit/delete comments,
compare and merge presentations. Print
slides, outlines, handouts, and speaker
notes. Export presentations into another
MS Office program. Textbook in college
bookstore. Instructor: Celine Stuart
EYF 816 201 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 3/3-4/21, T, 9-11am
EYF 816 231 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 3/3-4/21, T, 6-8pm
EYF 816 261 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
4 sessions, 3/7-3/28, S, 9am-1pm
EYF 816 201 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 7/7-8/25, T, 9-11am
EYF 818 201 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 3/4-4/22, W, 9-11am
EYF 818 231 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 3/4-4/22, W, 6-8pm
EYF 818 261 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
4 sessions, 4/11-5/2, S, 9am-1pm
EYF 818 201 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 7/8-8/26, W, 9-11am
EYF 818 231 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 7/8-8/26, W, 6-8pm
EYF 816 231 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 7/7-8/25, T, 6-8pm
EYF 816 261 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
4 sessions, 8/8-8/29, S, 9am-1pm
302-259-6330 I Search classes and register online at go.dtcc.edu/workforcedevelopment
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Early Childhood
Education
Professional Development
Microsoft Word 2013
Create and edit professional looking
documents for a variety of purposes and
situations. Topics include: creating and
maintaining documents, formatting themes
and styles, page layout, graphics, paragraph
modifications and adding hyperlinks. Create
flyers, newsletters, reports, letterhead; work
with templates, headers and footers, tab
stops, create and learn table formatting,
quick parts, sort content, save documents
in multiple formats, customize toolbar and
create shortcuts. Prerequisite: knowledge
of MS Office Suite or Intro to Computers.
Textbook and USB storage device (thumb
drive) available in the college bookstore.
EYF 817 201 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 2/2-3/30, M, 9-11am
EYF 817 231 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 2/2-3/30, M, 6-8pm
EYF 817 261 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
4 sessions, 2/7-2/28, S, 9am-1pm
EYF 817 201 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 7/6-8/24, M, 9-11am
EYF 817 231 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
8 sessions, 7/6-8/24, M, 6-8pm
EYF 817 261 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $255
4 sessions, 7/11-8/1, S, 9am-1pm
Interested in
Developing and
Teaching a
New Course?
Workforce Development
and Community Education
is continually expanding its
course offerings.
If you would like to propose
a new class, e-mail
Chris Moody at:
[email protected]
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Early Childhood
Education
Training for Early Care and
Education (TECE I)
Curriculum introduces the core
competencies needed in the field of early
care and education. Students will develop
essential knowledge, skills and attitudes that
can enhance young children’s development
in early education settings. Approved
through the Delaware Office of Childcare
Licensing; hours can be applied toward
relicensure. TECE I and II support the training
requirements for the Child Development
Associate credential. The training is an
integral component of Delaware’s licensing
regulations and Delaware Stars, the state’s
quality rating system. Materials included.
Approved for Department of Labor funding.
Training for Early Care and
Education (TECE II)
The Advanced Core Curriculum (Level 2) has
12 modules with an additional 60-hours of
child care training. Each training module has
specific objectives that describe essential
knowledge, skills and attitudes within each
topic area of the advanced core curriculum
in early care and education. Approved
through the Delaware Office of Childcare
Licensing; hours can be applied toward
relicensure. TECE I & II support the training
requirements for the Child Development
Associate credential. The training is an
integral component of Delaware’s licensing
regulations and Delaware Stars, the state’s
quality rating system. Materials included.
Approved for Department of Labor funding.
EYD 335 231 - 66 hrs, 6.6 CEUs, Fee $299
22 sessions, 5/4-7/20, M&W, 6-9pm
EYD 334 231 - 66 hrs, 6.6 CEUs, Fee $299
22 sessions, 2/2-4/15, M&W, 6-9pm
Delaware Technical Community College I Jack F. Owens Campus I Workforce Development and Community Education
Professional Development
Health
Health
Emergency Medical Technician Basic Certification Course
Journey Through
the Chakras
Certified Nursing Assistant
Certificate Program
The EMT-Basic Certificate Course represents
the first response of the emergency medical
system. Be prepared to care for patients
at the scene of an accident and transport
patients by ambulance to the hospital
under the direction of more highly trained
medical personnel. Learn basic emergency
skills to assess a patient’s condition and
manage respiratory, cardiac, and trauma
emergencies. This course combines 123
hours of classroom instruction and 56 hours
of practical sessions and hands on learning.
Participants will be required to schedule
ambulance ride-along hours outside of
regular class hours. Additional Saturday
training sessions are required for course
completion. Does not include $70 exam
fee, $25 State of Delaware certification
fee, or $2 admission fee. Tuition includes
textbooks, CPR, supplies, and criminal
background/drug screening check. This
course is approved by the State of Delaware
Office of Emergency Medical Services and
the National Registry of Emergency Medical
Technicians. Approved for Department of
Labor funding.
This self-development class will help provide
a compass as you navigate the shores of
your inner world. Topics covered: intro to
energy work; identifying your path-vision
boarding and gratitude journal; how to let
go/deciding what to let go of; fear and what
scares you and finding peace with your
faith. Chakra rocks are included in tuition.
Instructor: Paige Deiner
This 150-hour course teaches the student
to safely perform basic nursing skills under
the supervision of a licensed nurse. Student
will be qualified to take the Nurse Aid
Competency Exam for certification. Tuition
includes textbook, criminal background/
drug screening, exam fee and supplies. Does
not include $4 admission fee. Approved for
Department of Labor funding. First night of
class will be held at The Owens Campus on
3/2 at 5pm. Classes are held at Woodbridge
High School in Bridgeville, and clinicals are
held at a long term care facility.
EYK 200 271 - 150 hrs, 15 CEUs, Fee $1999
30 sessions, 3/2-5/7, MWTh, 4:30-10pm
Electronic Health
Records Specialist
Learn practical, hands-on knowledge of
concepts in documentation, regulation, and
reporting of electronic health records. This
443-hour course consists of three major
components: Medical Terminology, Electronic
Health Records Theory and Medical Coding
and Billing Practices. Tuition includes 90-hour
externship, exam fee, textbooks, criminal
background/drug screening. Does not
include $2 admission fee. Prerequisite: Basic
computer skills. Approved for Department of
Labor funding. Instructor: Felicia Rogers
EYK 590 231 - 443 hrs, 44.3 CEUs, Fee $3749
118 sessions, 1/27-3/24/2016, T&Th, 6-9pm
EMT Basic Certification Course –
Info Night
Come join us for a free, detailed info session
on the requirements, course content, and
what is expected to successfully complete
the Emergency Medical Technician - Basic
Certification Course.
ENK 290 231 - 2 hrs, FREE!
1 session, 2/3, T, 6-8pm
ENK 290 232 - 2 hrs, FREE!
1 session, 3/10, T, 6-8pm
EYK 585 2B1 - 179 hrs, 17.9 CEUs, Fee $1299
35 sessions, 4/6-8/10, M&W, 6-9:30pm;
8 sessions, S, 8am-4pm (Scheduled by
instructor)
Health Information Coding
Specialist Certificate Program
Students are trained to analyze inpatient
and outpatient health records in order to
abstract information from the health record
as needed to assign accurate ICD-10 and
CPT codes. Identify principal diagnoses
and significant procedures to evaluate
the accuracy of data submitted to fiscal
agencies. Understand reimbursement
processes and compliance programs.
Required Courses: Medical Terminology (16
hours online 2/2-2/23) and Medical Coding
and Billing I (2/3-5/26), Medical Coding and
Billing II (5/28-7/9) all of which are included
in fee. Textbooks included in tuition.
Approved for Department of Labor funding.
No class on 4/2 and 7/3.
Instructor: Cathy Flowers
NEW
EYK 800 231 - 18 hrs, 1.8 CEUs, Fee $255
6 sessions, 2/24-3/31, T, 6-9pm
Massage Therapy Info Night
Come join us for a free, detailed info session
on the requirements, course content, and
what is expected to successfully complete
the Massage Therapy Certificate Training
Program. Instructor: Joann Justice
ENK 228 231 - 2 hrs, FREE!
1 session, 1/26, M, 6-8pm
Massage Therapy Certificate
Training Program
This 600-hour program is designed to
prepare students for entry-level careers in
therapeutic massage as Licensed Massage
Therapists. This comprehensive course
teaches students the art and science of
massage therapy as well as sound ethical
and business practices that prepare students
for success in the workplace. Students will
also be prepared to sit for the National
Certification Exam for Therapeutic Massage
and Bodywork or the National Certification
Exam for Therapeutic Massage. Textbooks
included in tuition. Instructor: Joann Justice
EYK 250 201 - 600 hrs, 60 CEUs, Fee $6599
100 sessions, 2/9-10/7, MWF, 8:30am-3pm
PAYMENT PLANS
FOR CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
Payment plans and scholarships
available for select programs.
Call 302-259-6330 for more details.
EYK 587 231 - 148 hrs, 14.8 CEUs, Fee $2249
44 sessions, 2/3-7/9, T&Th, 6-9pm
302-259-6330 I Search classes and register online at go.dtcc.edu/workforcedevelopment
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Health
Professional Development
Personal Trainer Info Session
Come join us for a free, detailed info session
on the requirements, course content, and
what is expected to successfully complete
the Personal Trainer Certification Course.
ENK 282 261 - 1 hr, FREE!
1 session, 2/7, S, 10:30-11:30am
Personal Trainer Certification
Medical Coding and Billing I
Medical Office Assistant
Utilize basic medical billing terminology to
understand the medical insurance claims
process and reimbursement procedures.
Learn to identify and properly use the
special terms, marks, abbreviations, and
symbols used in the ICD-10 coding system.
Accurately code all diagnosis by reading the
source document. Focus on procedural (CPT)
coding used in the physician office system.
Bring medical dictionary to class. Required
course: Medical Terminology (16 hours
online 2/2-2/23-NOT included in tuition).
Textbooks included in tuition. Approved for
Department of Labor funding. No class on
4/2. Instructor: Cathy Flowers
Prepares students to work as a medical front
office assistant. Perform administrative
and certain clinical duties under the
direction of physician. Administrative duties
may include scheduling appointments,
maintaining medical records, billing, and
coding for insurance purposes. Clinical
duties may include taking and recording
vital signs and medical histories, preparing
patients for examination, drawing blood,
and administering medications as directed
by physician. Student must demonstrate
basic computer skills. Pre-requisite: Medical
Terminology (16 hours online 2/3-2/24 or
3/3-3/24-NOT included in tuition). Tuition
includes an 40-hour externship, exam fee
(for the Medical Office Assistant exam; you
may also take the Clinical Medical Office
Assistant exam which is not included in the
tuition), textbook and criminal background/
drug screening. Approved for Department of
Labor funding. Instructor: Felicia Rogers
EYK 583 231 - 96 hrs, 9.6 CEUs, Fee $1599
32 sessions, 2/3-5/26, T&Th, 6-9pm
Medical Coding and Billing II
Students are trained to analyze inpatient and
outpatient health records in order to abstract
information from the health record as needed
to assign accurate ICD-10 and CPT codes.
Identify principal diagnoses and significant
procedures to evaluate the accuracy of data
submitted to fiscal agencies. Understand
reimbursement processes and compliance
programs. Prerequisites: Medical Terminology
(16 hours online 2/2-2/23) and Medical
Coding and Billing I – 2/3-5/26). Textbooks
included in tuition. Approved for Department
of Labor funding. No class on 7/3.
Instructor: Cathy Flowers
EYK 582 231 - 36 hrs, 3.6 CEUs, Fee $599
12 sessions, 5/28-7/9, T&Th, 6-9pm
Be a part of what Fortune Magazine and
ABC News.com states as the 4th hottest job
in the U.S. at a national average of $34 an
hour. 24 Hour Fitness, LA Fitness and Gold’s
Gym are just a few of the club groups that
seek out our graduates.Whether making a
career move or gaining personal knowledge,
get all the information needed to become
a Certified Personal Trainer. This 62-hour
course is taught over a 8-week period and
the national exam is held on the 9th week
and consists of 16 hours of lecture, 16 hours
of hands-on practical training and a 30-hour
internship that networks many graduates
right into a job and prepares you for success
with key topics that include biomechanics,
exercise physiology, fitness testing,
equipment usage and health assessment.
CPR/AED is needed to receive the certificate.
W.I.T.S. is the only major certifying body
in the country providing comprehensive
pratical training and internship components.
Textbook is required and not included
in tuition. Call to order and start reading
immediately: (888) 330-9487 or
www.witseducation.com. No class on 4/4.
EYK 575 261 - 62 hrs, 6.2 CEUs, Fee $699
9 sessions, 3/14-5/16, S, 9am-2pm
EYK 591 231 - 187 hrs, 18.7 CEUs, Fee $1689
49 sessions, 2/2-7/22, M&W, 6-9pm
Medical Terminology – Online
Presents a study of basic medical
terminology: prefixes, suffixes, word roots,
combining forms, special endings, plural
forms, abbreviations, and symbols. The first
night (2/2—2B1 and 3/9—2B2) will be held
on campus in Georgetown from 5-6pm;
the rest of the course is online. Textbook
available in the college bookstore.
EYK 252 2B1 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $205
4 sessions, 2/2-2/23
EYK 252 2B2 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $205
4 sessions, 3/9-3/30
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Delaware Technical Community College I Jack F. Owens Campus I Workforce Development and Community Education
Professional Development
Pharmacy Technician Info Night
Come join us for a free, detailed info session
on the requirements, course content, and
what is expected to successfully complete
the Pharmacy Technician program.
Instructor: Debbie Kemp
ENK 285 231 - 2 hrs, FREE!
1 session, 1/21, W, 6-8pm
Phlebotomy Technician Training
Course Info Night
Polysomnography Certificate
Training Info Night
Come join us for a free, detailed info session
on the requirements, course content, and
what is expected to successfully complete
the Phlebotomy Technician Traning Course.
Come join us for a free, detailed info session
on the requirements, course content, and
what is expected to successfully complete
the Polysomnography Certificate Training.
Instructor: Steve Conley
ENK 293 231 - 2 hrs, FREE!
1 session, 2/2, M, 6-8pm
ENK 285 232 - 2 hrs, FREE!
1 session, 2/11, W, 6-8pm
Phlebotomy Technician
Training Course
Pharmacy Technician
Training Program
Students will be taught techniques and
procedures to prepare and dispense
medications in retail, hospital, and home
infusion settings. Learn to count, measure
and compound drugs using both sterile
and non-sterile pharmacy techniques.
Interpreting prescriptions and medication
orders; preparing/packaging/labeling
medications and maintaining the patient
profile; basic drug knowledge and acquiring
skills related to billing and inventory
management make this a comprehensive
program. Achieve competencies established
by ASHP and National Pharmacy Technician
Certification. Tuition includes textbook,
criminal background/drug screening check
and 80-hour externship rotations consisting
of 32 hours in retail, 40 hours in hospital,
and 8 hours in the home infusion setting.
Does not include $2 admission fee or $129
exam fee. Approval for Department of Labor
funding. No class on 5/25.
Instructor: Debbie Kemp, RPhT, CPhT
Health
Instruction in the collection, processing,
and distribution of laboratory specimens
according to established procedures.
Emphasis on safety standards, legal and
ethical behaviors, and quality control
procedures. Learn the proper order of
draw, tube selection, appropriate sites for
venipuncture and specimen handling. Study
the structure and systems of the human
body to include the function, diseases, and
disorders of the major organs. Prerequisite:
Medical Terminology (16 hours online 2/22/23 or 3/9-3/30 - NOT included in tuition).
Program includes 50 hours of classroom
training and a 40-hour externship. Does
not include $2 admission fee. Must also
have up to date Hepatitis B Virus vaccine.
Tuition includes criminal background/drug
screening, exam fee and textbook. Approval
for Department of Labor funding.
Instructor: Ryann Raynor
EYK 593 231 - 90 hrs, 9 CEUs, Fee $1499
20 sessions, 3/16-5/20, M&W, 6-8:30pm
EYK 579 231 - 240 hrs, 24 CEUs, Fee $2349
40 sessions, 3/9-7/27, M&Th, 6-10pm
Job Skills Training Scholarship
Scholarship assistance is available for selected job skills training
courses and is based on income eligibility.
Applications will be considered on a first come, first served basis.
Scholarships do not exceed $500 per semester.
ENK 287 231 - 2 hrs, FREE!
1 session, 2/4, W, 6-8pm
Polysomnography
Certificate Training
As a Polysomnographer (PSG) technologist
you will operate a variety of sophisticated
monitoring devices, which record brain
activity, muscle and eye movements,
respiration, blood oxygen levels, and other
physiologic events. Polysomnographic
technologists are involved in the evaluation
of various treatment methods and are
typically employed in sleep laboratories
located in medical centers, clinic/office
settings, or free-standing sleep labs. Some
technologists transition into management
and marketing of sleep centers, product sales
and support, public and patient education
regarding sleep disorders. Does not include
$2 admission fee. Tuition includes textbook
and criminal background/drug screening
check. Instructor: Steve Conley
EYK 580 231 - 80 hrs, 8 CEUs, Fee $2849
16 sessions, 3/16-5/6, M&W, 5-10pm
Spanish for Healthcare
Professionals
Students will learn Spanish terms and
phrases that are used in the healthcare
industry to include basic questions, greeting
customers and talking with patients in
person or on the telephone. Introduces
essential medical vocabulary and practical
reference information. Instruction is
provided in simple, easy to understand
terms. No prior Spanish is necessary.
Textbook available in the college bookstore.
Instructor: Verna Vaughn
EYK 574 231 - 30 hrs, 3 CEUs, Fee $245
10 sessions, 3/4-5/6, W, 6-9pm
For application information and scholarship criteria,
please call 302-259-6330.
302-259-6330 I Search classes and register online at go.dtcc.edu/workforcedevelopment
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Professional Bartending
& Real Estate
Professional
Bartending
Professional Bartending
Training and Management
Certificate
Explore the ins and outs of managing
or even owning a bar. Covers mixing,
glassware identification, inventory control,
staff management, marketing strategies,
cost control techniques, local, and state
ordinances for your establishment. Includes
$20 materials fee. Must complete 12 out
of 14 sessions to receive a certificate. Must
be age 21. Textbook available in bookstore.
Approved for Department of Labor funding.
EYD 533 231 - 42 hrs, 4.2 CEUs, Fee $499
14 sessions, 2/17-5/19, T, 6:30-9:30pm
Professional Bartending
Learn actual mixing/presentations,
glassware identification, drink recipes,
proper etiquette, appearance, and
professional handling of situations. $20
materials fee included in tuition. Must
complete six out of eight sessions to receive
a certificate. Must be age 21. Textbook
available in the college bookstore. Approved
for Department of Labor funding.
Professional Development
Real Estate
Real Estate Law
Real Estate Pre-Licensing Course
Info Night
Come join us for a free, detailed info session
on the requirements, course content, and
what is expected to successfully complete
the Real Estate Pre-Licensing Course.
Instructors: Heidi Gilmore and William Ferreri
ENL 201 231 - 2 hrs, FREE!
1 session, 1/20, T, 6-8pm
Real Estate Pre-Licensing Course
Prepares participants for the Delaware
real estate sales licensing examination.
Consists of two distinct sections: Real Estate
Principles and Law. Participants may be
required to take Real Estate Mathematics.
A math challenge exam will be given
the first night of class to determine if
participant is exempt. Successful completion
meets the Delaware real estate education
requirements. Textbooks in college
bookstore. Approved by the DE and MD
real estate commissions. Approved for VA
benefits. Instructors: William Ferreri and
Heidi Gilmore
EYL 200 231 - 76 hrs, 7.5 CEUs, Fee $635
19 sessions, 2/24-4/28, T&Th, 6-10pm
The Law portion of the Real Estate PreLicensing Course provides the prospective
sales person with a working knowledge of
federal/state laws/regulations affecting the
profession. Helpful for agents licensed in
other states who wish to become licensed
in Delaware. Textbook in college bookstore.
Approved by the DE and MD real estate
commissions. Approved for VA benefits.
Instructor: Heidi Gilmore
EYL 202 231 - 33 hrs, 3.3 CEUs, Fee $225
8 sessions, 4/2-4/28, T&Th, 6-10pm
Real Estate Mathematics
Provides prospective sales persons with
a working knowledge of real estate
mathematics. Required for students in Real
Estate Pre-Licensing Course who do not
pass the math exemption test. Successful
completion meets the real estate education
requirements for math in Delaware.
Textbook in college bookstore. Approved
by the DE and MD real estate commissions.
Approved for VA benefits.
Instructor: Carol Bunting
EYL 203 231 - 28 hrs, 2.8 CEUs, Fee $195
7 sessions, 4/30-5/21, T&Th, 6-10pm
EYD 206 231 - 24 hrs, 2.4 CEUs, Fee $305
8 sessions, 2/17-4/7, T, 6:30-9:30pm
Professional Bar Management
Learn how to manage liquor supplies;
hire, fire and schedule employees; plan
marketing strategies, deal with vendors;
and find entertainment. Course also covers
public relations, food service, and local/
state ordinances and laws that apply to
establishments. Must be age 21. Approved
for Department of Labor funding.
EYD 521 231 - 18 hrs, 1.8 CEUs, Fee $245
6 sessions, 4/14-5/19, T, 6:30-9:30pm
creates
The Delaware Governor’s Education Grants
are programs designed to help Delaware residents
build a better career through education.
The Governor’s Education Grant
for Unemployed Workers
This program provides Delaware residents with up to
$2,000 per year to learn a new skill, upgrade a current
skill or earn a certificate or degree.
The Governor’s Education Grant
for Working Adults
This program provides Delaware residents, who are
working, with up to $2,000 per year to attend school
part-time to learn a new skill, upgrade a current skill
or earn a certificate or degree.
Funded by DEDO and administered by The Higher Education Office
Find out how you can qualify today at: www.doe.k12.de.usdheo/grants
www.doe.k12.de.us/dheo/grants or call
302.577.5240 or 800.292.7935 (outside New Castle County).
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ServSafe &
Social Media
Professional Development
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ServSafe
ServSafe Alcohol Training and
Certification
The ServSafe Alcohol program prepares
bartenders, servers, hosts, bussers, valets,
bouncers and all front-of-house staff to
effectively and safely handle difficult
situations in your operation. Failure to
act responsibly could result in fines,
imprisonment, losing your liquor license,
increased insurance costs, or losing your
business. Textbook included.
EYD 582 231 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $95
2 sessions, 4/21-4/23, T&Th, 6-9pm
ServSafe Food Handler
The ServSafe Food Handler Program is a
complete solution that delivers consistent
food safety training. Topics include: basic food
safety, personal hygiene, cross-contamination
and allergens, time and temperature, and
cleaning and sanitation. Textbook included.
EYD 290 231 - 8 hrs, .8 CEUs, Fee $145
2 sessions, 1/20-1/22, T&Th, 6-10pm
EYD 290 232 - 8 hrs, .8 CEUs, Fee $145
2 sessions, 4/7-4/9, T&Th, 6-10pm
Social Media Conference
featuring Krista Neher
Krista Neher is a leading authority, trainer, educator, author, and international
speaker on Internet marketing and social media, and is currently the CEO of Boot
Camp Digital, a leading provider of social media marketing training and consulting
solutions. Krista is a social media pioneer; creating one of the first successful
corporate Twitter strategies and corporate blogs – long before
“social media” was even a recognized term. Krista is also
the author of “Social Media Field Guide: Discover the
Strategies, Tactics and Tools for Successful Social Media
Marketing” and is currently working on the first
textbook on social media marketing. In addition,
Krista is currently the managing director of the
Institute for Social Media at Cincinnati State
and has trained thousands of people in
social media marketing.
FYF 201 201 - 6.5 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $89
1 session, 2/19, Th, 8:30am-3pm
ServSafe Food Safety Program
for Managers
The ServSafe Food Safety Program for
Managers provides food safety training,
exams and educational materials to
foodservice managers. Earn the ServSafe
Food Protection Manager Certification,
accredited by the American National
Standards Institute-Conference for Food
Protection. Learn to implement essential
food safety practices and create a culture
of food safety. Program includes the latest
FDA Food Code, food safety research and
years of food sanitation training experience.
Textbook and exam included.
EYD 583 231 - 8 hrs, .8 CEUs, Fee $199
2 sessions, 1/27-1/29, T&Th, 6-10pm
EYD 583 232 - 8 hrs, .8 CEUs, Fee $199
2 sessions, 5/5-5/7, T&Th, 6-10pm
ServSafe Food Safety Program for
Managers Recertification Exam
Earn the ServSafe Food Protection Manager
Certification, accredited by the American
National Standards Institute (ANSI)Conference for Food Protection (CFP).
END 257 231 - 2 hrs, Fee $75
1 session, 2/10, Th, 8-10pm
END 257 232 - 2 hrs, Fee $75
1 session, 5/7, Th, 8-10pm
Social Media
Blogging 101
Learn how to set up a blog, what to write
and how to promote your blog. Must have an
active e-mail address. Instructor: Lisa Flowers
Business and Community
Networking via LinkedIn
and MeetUp
Are you new in town? Are you looking for
a new job, a new group of friends, or new
activities to enjoy? Do you want to promote
your own business or your professional
skills? Do you have an interest or hobby
that you’d like to share with others? Let’s
create a professional profile on LinkedIn and
a personal profile on MeetUp to help you
start networking in business and in your
community today. Required: active e-mail
account. Instructor: Susan Davis
EYF 812 231 - 2 hrs, .2 CEUs, Fee $29
1 session, 4/8, W, 6-8pm
EYF 812 231 - 2 hrs, .2 CEUs, Fee $29
1 session, 8/5, W, 6-8pm
EYF 531 262 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $39
1 session, 1/10, S, 9am-noon
EYF 531 261 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $39
1 session, 4/18, S, 9am-noon
302-259-6330 I Search classes and register online at go.dtcc.edu/workforcedevelopment
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Tour Guide
Professional Development
Creating Your Social Media Strategy
A social media plan is critical to your business success. Learn to write,
develop and follow a social media plan that will include strategic
development and create and editorial (content) calendar. Discuss
ways to find content and images. Must have a working knowledge of
Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Instructor: Lisa Flowers
EYF 547 262 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $39
1 session, 1/10, S, 1-4pm
EYF 547 261 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $39
1 session, 4/18, S, 1-4pm
Marketing with Pinterest
and Instagram
Are you an artist or gallery owner? A restaurateur or sommelier?
Do you run a bed and breakfast or a wedding venue? If you have a
visually impactful business, you need to be marketing visually via
Pinterest, Instagram and other visual platforms. Required: active
Pinterest and Instagram accounts. Instructor: Susan Davis
EYF 811 231 - 2 hrs, .2 CEUs, Fee $29
1 session, 3/25, W, 6-8pm
EYF 811 231 - 2 hrs, .2 CEUs, Fee $29
1 session, 7/8, W, 6-8pm
Maximizing Marketing with Facebook and Twitter
See the marketing numbers and understand how to maximize them.
Determine who to “Follow” or “Friend” and how. Create and curate
quality content to “Share,”“Tweet,” or “Re-Tweet.” Set your business goals
and allow these social marketing platforms to help you reach them.
Required: active Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Instructor: Susan Davis
EYF 810 231 - 2 hrs, .2 CEUs, Fee $29
1 session, 3/11, W, 6-8pm
Social Media Strategist
Certification Training
The NISM Social Media Strategist (SMS) certification training
course (34 hours: 30 hours of classroom instruction and 4
hours of outside instructor time to be scheduled) will put you
at the forefront of social media in business today. It will not
only provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to
become proficient in strategic social media methodologies,
but it will also prepare you to take the NISM Social Media
Strategist certification examination.Textbook is required
and not included in tuition. Call to order and start reading
immediately: 651-344-7293 or e-mail [email protected]
Must have working knowledge of Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin.
The course is divided into six separate content modules:
Strategic Planning
Create a social media strategic plan that supports
company goals.
Compliance & Governance
Learn the components and framework of social media policies.
Social Media Marketing
Generate a social media marketing plan with targeted content.
Project & Compaign Management
Develop social media plans with key performance indicators.
Community Management
Learn the principles of engaging and building
relationships online.
EYF 810 231 - 2 hrs, .2 CEUs, Fee $29
1 session, 6/17, W, 6-8pm
Research & Analysis
Showcase the results of your work to those who need to know.
Instructor: Lisa Flowers
Tour Guide
EYC 240 261 - 34 hrs, 3.4 CEUs, Fee $1685 (includes test fee)
Tour Guide Certificate
EYC 235 261 - 34 hrs, 3.4 CEUs, Fee $1325
Course consists of a combination of lectures, field excursions
and practical activities aimed at equipping participants with the
theoretical knowledge and practical skills to work as local tour
guides. This course caters to those who have a passion for tourism
destination marketing and a desire to gain employment in the
tourism industry. No class on 4/6. Saturday sessions are field trips
which will depart from the Owens Campus.
Instructor: Carolyn Bonnie Aronson
EYD 204 231 - 27 hrs, 2.7 CEUs, Fee $219
8 sessions, 3/9-4/20, M, 6-9pm; 3/28, S, 9am-noon and 4/18, S, 9am-3pm
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4 sessions, 3/14-3/29, Sa, 9am-5pm & Su, 9am-4pm
4 sessions, 3/14-3/29, Sa, 9am-5pm & Su, 9am-4pm
EYC 235 2W1 - 34 hrs, 3.4 CEUs, Fee $1325
Online, 4/6-5/11, M
FREE Information Session
Join us for a free information session to learn more about
our new Social Media Strategist Certification Training
program. Registration required.
ENC 209 231 - FREE
1 session, 1/14, W, 6-7pm
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Technical & Trades Training
Automotive, CAD
& Charter Captain
Charter Captain
Charter Captain
Automotive
CAD
Principles and Practices of
Automotive Service
Advisement
SolidWorks, Intro to 3D CAD
NEW
This course prepares the student for a job as
an entry level Automotive Service Advisor.
The students will practice and apply the
procedures and methods used to manage
a repair or maintenance service from start
to finish. Students will learn and apply the
interrelated skills and capabilities required
to become an effective member of the
automotive service team in any automotive
service facility. This includes communicating
with a customer to identify what work needs
to be done, passing on this information to a
technician, and managing the entire process
to ensure the customer is completely satisfied.
Students must bring textbook the first night
of class. Textbook is available in the campus
bookstore. Instructor: Mary Lou Moore
EYY 218 2B1 - 30 hrs, 3 CEUs, Fee $295
10 sessions, 2/4-4/8, W, 6-9pm
Designed to get the mariner to the level as
required by the Coast Guard to become a
professional captain. A complete “handson” course that covers rules of the road,
navigation, GPS, LORAN, firefighting, boat
handling, marine communications, aids to
navigation, and marine publications that is
proof of competency for the Coast Guard
“6 pak” license. The OUPV license allows
a mariner to take up to six passengers
on a vessel up to 100 tons and 65 feet.
Certification training is completed on the
final day of class. There is also an online
option available that is Coast Guard
approved. Try it online: see the demo and
take the 1st module FREE!! Get credit for
the 1st module and register to take the
rest of the class online. Please go to www.
eCaptainsSchool.com to sign up and take
the 1st module. Tuition includes an original
Study Guide, materials, charts, use of
plotting gear and the test. The class will be
taught by a professional captain who is also
a local waterman and charter boat captain.
Instructor: 3B’s Captains School
An introduction to basic elements of 3D
mechanical CAD (computer-aided design)
using SolidWorks. Students receive a
working knowledge in system and screen
control to create, edit, and visualize 3D
models and prepare mechanical drawings.
Prerequisite: keyboarding and mouse skills
and Windows experience. Tuition includes
textbook. Instructor: Erik Vamos
EYD 580 261 - 60 hrs, 6 CEUs, Fee $795
9 sessions, 3/13-3/29, F, 6-10pm; Sa&Su,
8am-5pm
EYF 543 231 - 30 hrs, 3 CEUs, Fee $375
10 sessions, 2/18-4/22, W, 5:30-8:30pm
END 263 261 - 12 hrs, Fee $200
3 sessions, 3/27-3/29, F, 6-10pm and Sa&Su,
8am-5pm
Intro to AutoCAD
Learn AutoCAD hardware/software
fundamentals: how to draw accurately,
drawing annotation/management, the latest
3D modeling and visualization techniques.
Required: Keyboarding and mouse skills and
Windows experience.
Instructor: William Benchoff
Charter Captain Review and
Practice Test
Charter Captain review and practice test.
Instructor: 3B’s Captains School
Charter Captain Test Only
END 264 261 - 8 hrs, Fee $100
1 session, 3/29, Su, 8am-5pm
EYF 227 261 - 30 hrs, 3 CEUs, Fee $325
8 sessions, 3/7-5/2, S, 9am-12:45pm
302-259-6330 I Search classes and register online at go.dtcc.edu/workforcedevelopment
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Fiber Optics
Charter Captain Master’s
Upgrade Course
Upgrade to Master no matter how long
you’ve had your license! This course is
approved by the Coast Guard and prepares
you to take more than 6 passengers on a
cruise boat, headboat, water taxi, etc. Tuition
includes workbook, test and Commercial
Assistance Towing as approved by the Coast
Guard. Pre-requisite: Charter Captain’s
course. Instructor: 3B’s Captains School
EYD 581 261 - 24 hrs, 2.4 CEUs, Fee $450
3 sessions, 4/10-4/12, FSa&Su 8am-5pm
Fiber Optics
Certified Fiber Optics Technician
Course (CFOT)
This program combines theory and 75%
hands-on activities to prepare the student
to take the Certified Fiber Optics Technician
test that is sanctioned by the FOA Fiber
Optics Association which is given and
graded the final day of class. Introduces the
student to industry standards governing
FTTD (Fiber To The Desk), FTTH (Fiber To
The Home), LAN/WAN fiber networks, basic
fusion and mechanical splicing. Identify
fiber types, recognize various connectors
used in fiber installation; install, terminate,
splice, and properly test installed fiber cable
to existing standards. Explore the history
and future of fiber optics and its capabilities
and cost of installation. Standards covered:
NECA/FOA-301-2044, EIA/TIA 568-B.3, ANSI/
TIA/EIA 607-A, and NEC Article 770-50.
This program is recognized for BICSI CECs
(Continuing Education Credits): RDDD 21,
OSP 21, INST 15, TECH 18, Cert. Trainer 21.
Tuition includes books and study materials.
Instructor: BDI Datalynk, Inc.
EYD 558 201 - 24 hrs, 2.4 CEUs, Fee $799
3 sessions, 3/2-3/4, MTW, 8am-5pm
EYD 558 201 - 24 hrs, 2.4 CEUs, Fee $799
3 sessions, 7/13-7/15, MTW, 8am-5pm
Technical & Trades Training
Certified Fiber Optics Specialist
in Testing & Maintenance
(CFOS/T)
Advanced training in the testing and
maintenance of fiber optics networks. Offers
a general, easy to understand approach
to fiber optics testing standards with little
theory and considerable hands on activities.
Explains the variety of testing standards,
equipment and technological approaches
used in fiber network testing and splicing
and how to choose among them. 75% of
this hands-on course explores the overall
spectrum of testing and maintenance
of single and multi mode fiber optics
networks and provides a detailed overview
and demonstration of various pieces
of equipment used. Includes a detailed
study of ANSI/TIA/EIA-526-14(7)A, OTDR
fundamentals and uses, OTDR vs. Insertion
Loss Testing, Return Loss Testing, and
Attenuation testing using the Power Source
and Light Meter. Accredited by BICSI for
RCDD 14, OSP 14, INST 14, TECH 14, Cert.
Trainer 14. Prerequisite: CFOT Course or
another Formal Fiber Optics Training Course
within preceding six months, or one year
Fiber Optics Related Experience. Must have
taken and passed the Basic CFOT Exam
prior to registering Specialist Certification
(CFOS/T) with the FOA. Tuition includes
books and study materials.
Instructor: BDI DataLynk, Inc.
EYD 556 201 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $775
2 sessions, 3/5-3/6, Th&F, 8am-5pm
EYD 556 201 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $775
2 sessions, 7/16-7/17, Th&F, 8am-5pm
Certified Fiber Optic Specialist
Outside Plant (CFOS/O)
Designed for students who will be directly
involved with installing Outside Plant (OSP)
Fiber Optics Cabling. It is an add on course
to their FOA portfolio upon successful
completion of the basic CFOT course and can
be taken concurrently with the CFOT course.
This advanced Fiber Training combines
lecture sessions and 85% hands-on activities
to prepare the students to take the CFOS/O,
OSP hands-on and written exams sanction
by the FOA (Fiber Optics Association) given
and graded the final class day. Introduces
students to industry standards governing
the installation, testing, preparation, splicing
and troubleshooting of OSP fiber optics
cable. Students will learn how to properly
identify and repair OSP fiber cabling types,
provide Quality Assurance procedures
to minimize or eliminate future network
outages and recognize various outside plant
closures used in OSP fiber installation.
Tuition includes study materials, textbook,
cd, exams, and one year membership to
the FOA. Effective August 19, 2013, BICSI
recognizes Certified Fiber Optic Outside
Plant Specialist (CFOS/O) training for the
following BICSI Continuing Education
Credits 16 ITS. Prerequisite: CFOT Course or
another Formal Fiber Optics Training Course
within preceding six months or one year
Fiber Optics related experience.
Must have taken and passed the Basic CFOT
Exam prior to registering Outside Plant
Specialist Certification with the FOA.
This course may be taken immediately after
successfully completing the CFOT course.
EYD 585 261 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $775
2 sessions, 3/7-3/8, S&Su, 8am-5pm
EYD 585 261 - 16 hrs, 1.6 CEUs, Fee $775
2 sessions, 7/18-7/19, S&Su, 8am-5pm
Interested in Developing and
Teaching a New Course?
Workforce Development is continually expanding its course
offerings. If you would like to propose a new class, contact
Chris Moody by e-mail: [email protected]
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Technical & Trades Training
Flagger
GIS Certificate
ATSSA Flagger
Certification Training
Introduction to GIS
This four-hour nationally recognized
American Traffic Safety Services Association
(ATSSA) course is offered through the
Delaware Safety Council and is based on
the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control
Devices. Instruction on proper uses of and
standards for flagging equipment; setting
up flagger stations; factors effecting vehicle
stopping distances; recognition of dangerous
situations; communication methods with
highway work zone employees and motorists;
and recognition of health hazards associated
with summer and winter work. A score of
70% or higher is required on the final exam
before ATSSA Certification can be granted.
EYD 535 261 - 4 hrs, .4 CEUs, Fee $79
1 session, 3/14, S, 8:30am-12:30pm
Project Management for GIS
EYD 535 261 - 4 hrs, .4 CEUs, Fee $79
1 session, 6/13, S, 8:30am-12:30pm
EYD 535 262 - 4 hrs, .4 CEUs, Fee $79
1 session, 8/22, S, 8:30am-12:30pm
Forklift Operator
Forklift Operation/Safety
Certification Training Program
Designed to meet OSHA standards by
providing students with the safety and
operational knowledge as well as the skills
required to operate a forklift safely. Each
participant will be required to capably
operate a forklift and demonstrate practical
operational skills. Instructor: Frank Walker
EYP 203 262 - 4 hrs, .4 CEUs, Fee $149
1 session, 5/16, S, 9am-1pm
EYP 203 261 - 4 hrs, .4 CEUs, Fee $149
1 session, 6/13, S, 9am-1pm
EYP 203 262 - 4 hrs, .4 CEUs, Fee $149
1 session, 8/8, S, 9am-1pm
Approved DE Water Ops-NP. Approved DE
WW Ops-I. Approved DE Well Drillers 4 CEUs.
Approved MD lic. PE’s. NJ-07-0313158-30.
40 hrs, 4.0 CEUs
EYI 936 2B1 - Fee $325
10 sessions, 1/12-3/23, M, 5:30-9:30pm
EYD 535 262 - 4 hrs, .4 CEUs, Fee $79
1 session, 5/16, S, 8:30am-12:30pm
EYP 203 261 - 4 hrs, .4 CEUs, Fee $149
1 session, 4/11, S, 9am-1pm
This course introduces the hardware and
software components of Geographic
Information System (GIS) and reviews GIS
applications. Topics covered include: data
structures and basic functions, methods of
data capture and sources of data, and the
nature and characteristics of spatial data and
objects. Upon completion, students should
be able to identify GIS hardware components,
typical operations, products/applications, and
differences between database models and
between raster and vector systems. Textbook
is available in the campus bookstore.
Instructor: Megan Nehrbas
Learn to examine a variety of organizational
and planning methods used in the GIS
industry. Coursework includes applications
of scientific methods, problem solving,
logics and time management. Textbook
is available in the campus bookstore.
Instructor: Jocelyn Beland
Approved DE Water Ops-NP. Approved DE WW
Ops-I. Approved MD lic. PE’s. NJ-07-031315930. 30 hrs, 3.0 CEUs
EYI 937 2B1 - Fee $295
10 sessions, 1/21-3/25, W, 5:30-8:30pm
Advanced GIS
This course builds upon the principles
of Intro to GIS, including both raster and
vector data structures, data conversion,
map algebra, spatial analysis, modeling, and
networks. Various ways that GIS is currently
begin used in science, business, and
government will also be presented. Texbook
is available in the campus bookstore.
Instructor: Megan Nehrbas
Approved DE Water Ops-NP. Approved DE WW
Ops-I. 30 hrs, 3.0 CEUs
EYI 938 2B1 - Fee $295
10 sessions, 3/30-6/8, M, 5:30-8:30pm
Flagger, Forklift Operator,
GIS & HVACR
Spatial Data Analysis
Examine techniques for modeling and
analyzing spatial data in a GIS. Topics
include: defining object models and
geodatabases as they are used to access
geographic data and build data models,
creating new information from existing data
through data classification, geoprocessing,
presentation, and display and using raster
analysis to display and analyze spatial
data. Textbook is available in the campus
bookstore. Instructor: Jocelyn Beland
EYI 939 2B1 - 40 hrs, 4.0 CEUs, Fee $325
10 sessions, 4/1-6/3, W, 5:30-9:30pm
HVACR
Preparation Review for HVACR
Industry Certification Exam: Air
Distribution
Master the key concepts required to pass
the industry standard air distribution
examination. Knowledge preparation
includes review of gas and oil furnaces, air
conditioning and heat pumps, controls, duct
systems, duct fabrication and installation, air
flow measurement, design considerations
and system analysis and review questions.
Upon sucessful completion of the course,
student may contact the DTCC Testing
Center to schedule an exam. Textbook
available in the campus bookstore.
Instructor: Paul Sichau
EYI 968 261 - 14 hrs., 1.4 CEUs, Fee $199
2 sessions, 1/31-2/7, S, 8:30am-4:30pm
Preparation Review for HVACR
Industry Certification Exam: Gas
and Oil Heating
Master the key concepts required to pass
the industry standard gas and oil heating
examination. Knowledge preparation
includes review of introduction to gas and
oil heating, combustion, furnace installation,
venting, air flow, troubleshooting, oil
burners, oil tanks, preventive maintenance
and review questions. Upon successful
completion of the course, students may
contact the DTCC Testing Center to schedule
an exam. Textbook is available in the campus
bookstore. Instructor: Paul Sichau
EYI 966 261 - 14 hrs., 1.4 CEUs, Fee $199
2 sessions, 2/21-2/28, S, 8:30am-4:30pm
302-259-6330 I Search classes and register online at go.dtcc.edu/workforcedevelopment
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Landscaping,
Pool Operators & Safety
Technical & Trades Training
Pool Operators
Pool Operators Course
This valuable certification meets the
requirements for the State of Delaware’s
Division of Public Health Operator of Public
Pool. Instructor: John Hayman
EYD 534 261 - 8 hrs, .8 CEUs, Fee $169
1 session, 6/13, S, 8:30am-4:30pm
EYD 534 262 - 8 hrs, .8 CEUs, Fee $169
1 session, 7/18, S, 8:30am-4:30pm
Safety
Creating Job Safety Analysis
and Standard Operating
NEW
Procedures
Landscaping
Landscape Design
Sustainable Landscaping
Certificate Boot Camp
NEW
Ever wonder why some outdoor spaces
feel special while others you would like
to avoid? Come learn the art of landscape
design where we will balance the built and
natural environments and create art in the
landscape. Beginning with site analysis, into
an overview of common plants and their
characteristics, and moving onto design
tools and techniques, you will discover how
choosing the right plant for the right spot
can grow into a spectacular outdoor room.
The textbook is available in the campus
bookstore. Instructor: Eric Wahl
EYI 994 231 - 10 hrs, 1.0 CEUs, Fee $195
4 sessions, 2/3-2/24, T, 6-8:30pm
This two-week, 80-hour training program
will provide you with the knowledge
and experience you need to succeed in
this rapidly growing field. Sustainable
landscaping skills will improve your
marketability and the marketability of your
company. Using sustainable landscaping
practices, you can produce beautiful
landscapes that reduce maintenance
costs for your client while protecting
the environment. This program provides
students with a basic landscaping
background and specific experience in
sustainable landscape site assessment,
installation, and maintenance. Students who
successfully complete the program will be
able to apply their knowledge to new and
existing landscapes.
Instructors: Madeleine Russell, Eric Wahl
EYI 921 2B1 - 80 hrs, 8.0 CEUs, Fee $799
10 sessions, 3/2-3/13, M-F, 8:30am-5pm
Begin the development of a safety program
at your place of employment by developing
Job Safety Analysis and Standard Operating
Procedures. Learn what a job safety analysis
is and understand guidelines for conducting
your own step-by-step analysis. Follow up
with Standard Operating Procedure guidelines
and importance of these documents in the
workplace. Instructor: Lori Brown
Approved DE Water Ops. Approved DE WW Ops-I.
NJ-07-0914209-31. 4 hrs, .4 CEUs
EYI 992 201 - Fee $75
1 session, 2/12, Th, 8:30am-12:30pm
10-Hour General Industry
OSHA Course
NEW
This course will provide workers with
information on recognizing and preventing
hazards on general industry work sites.
Authorized training includes required OSHA
Intro, walking and working surfaces, electrical,
hazard communication, and PPE along with
other elective topics pertinent to water and
wastewater hazards. Students will receive
course completion cards. Instructor: Lori Brown
Approved DE Water Ops-NP. Approved DE WW
Ops-I. Approved DE Onsite Lic. A,B,C,D,E,F,H,I.
Approved MD lic. PE’s. NJ-07-0414193-30.
10 hrs, 1.0 CEUs
EYI 970 201 - Fee $199
2 sessions, 1/27-1/28, T&W, 8:30am-2:30pm
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Technical & Trades Training
OSHA Hazard
Communication (GHS)
NFPA 70E 2012 Standard
for Electrical Safety in the
Workplace (Update)
Electrical power is a dangerous force
that requires proper understanding in
the workplace. Discover how to prevent
or minimize exposure to all widely
recognized electrical hazards as well as to
better understand the importance of the
relationship between OSHA and NFPA 70E.
Textbook is included. Instructor: Sam Allen
Approved DE Water Ops-NP. Approved DE WW
Ops-I. MDE Approval #4580-09-07, 7, ALL, NP.
Approved DE Onsite lic. A,B,C,D,E,F,H,I. DE/EE
Approval#091432 for 7 CE hrs. Approved MD
lic. PE’s. NJ-07-0409108-31. 7 hrs, .7 CEUs
EYI 587 201 - Fee $169
1 session, 1/16, F, 8:30am-4:30pm
OSHA Injury and Illness
Recordkeeping
NEW
This course is designed to help employers,
safety personnel, and record keepers to
understand their regulatory responsibility
and obligation to report and record workrelated fatalities, injuries and illnesses.
Employers having had more than 10
employees at any time during the last
calendar year must maintain OSHA injury and
illness records unless classified as a partially
exempt industry under the Occupational
Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
29 CFR 1904.2. Participants will receive
comprehensive training regarding the
recordkeeping standard and how it is applied
when using the OSHA 300 Log of WorkRelated Injuries and Illnesses, 300-A Summary
of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses, and
301 Injury and Illness Incident Report forms.
Instructor: Carmine Castorina
Approved DE Water Ops-NP. Approved DE WW
Ops-I. Approved DE Onsite lic. A,B,C,D,E,F,H,I.
NJ-07-0914207-31. 8 hrs, .8 CEUs
EYI 997 201 - Fee $139
1 session, 3/26, Th, 8:30am-5pm
Safety & Welding
NEW
This course is intended to inform
participants of OSHA’s revised Hazard
Communication Standard (HCS) that was
issued to align with the United Nations’
Globally Harmonized System of Classification
and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). The first
compliance date of the revised Hazard
Communication Standard was Dec.1, 2013.
Employees must repeat this course annually.
Employers must now train their workers
on new labeling elements and the Safety
Data Sheet format to remain in compliance
with 29CFR 1910.1200. New terminology
such as product identifier, signal words,
pictograms, and hazard statements will be
explained. Training on the format of the SDS
will include information on the standardized
16-section format, including the type of
information found in the various sections of
the SDS regarding spills, fire, and personal
protective equipment. Students will be
trained to use the new Safety Data Sheets
to obtain important information about
chemicals in the workplace.
Instructor: Carmine Castorina
Approved DE Water Ops-P. Approved DE WW
Ops-I. Approved DE Onsite lic. A,B,C,D,E,F,H,I.
NJ-07-0914206-31. 4 hrs, .4 CEUs
EYI 996 201 - Fee $75
1 session, 3/27, F, 8:30am-12:30pm
Welding
Basic Pipe Welding I
Hands-on course focuses on the Shield
Metal Arc Welding Welding process for
pipe welding. The training includes both
instruction and repetitive practice in the
areas of pipe fitting, beveling, electrode
selection, joint preparation, and welding.
Various welding positions are covered. Prerequisite: Arc Welding I & II and Basic Pipe
Welding I. Course includes lab fee. Classes
held at Woodbridge High School.
EYD 596 271 - 20 hrs, 2 CEUs, Fee $499
10 sessions, 3/2-4/1, MW, 6-8pm
Basic Pipe Welding II
Hands-on course focuses on the Shield
Metal Arc Welding Welding process for
pipe welding. The training includes both
instruction and repetitive practice in the
areas of pipe fitting, beveling, electrode
selection, joint preparation, and welding.
Various welding positions are covered. Prerequisite: Arc Welding I & II and Basic Pipe
Welding I. Course includes lab fee. Classes
held at Woodbridge High School.
EYD 597 271 - 20 hrs, 2 CEUs, Fee $499
10 sessions, 4/13-5/13, MW, 6-8pm
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Exhibit at Delaware Tech
Take a step back in time to 1622. Experience the excitement of treasure hunting
in the deep waters of the Atlantic as you view the discovered treasures of precious
gems, silver and gold from the ill-fated Spanish galleon, Nuestra Señora de Atocha.
Located at Delaware Technical Community College in Georgetown, Delaware.
Monday, Tuesday, Friday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Call for fees and group tours.
www.treasuresofthesea.org
(302) 259-6150
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Contract Training
Contract Training
CONTRACT TRAINING
Customized, Quality, and Results-Oriented Training for Business and Industry
For more than 40 years, Delaware Technical Community College has been a leader in providing real world, real time training
and education that meets the needs of today’s businesses. The Workforce Development and Community Education Division at Delaware
Tech customizes training for business and industry that is high quality and results oriented. Our strengths and extensive experience in
working with local, regional and international businesses uniquely position us to meet your specific training needs.
Customized
Our expert faculty will work closely with you to determine your specific needs and design a
training program that delivers outcomes directly aligned with your company’s goals.
Quality
High quality programs ensure instruction is relevant, and employees learn skills that can be immediately applied in the workplace.
Results-Oriented
Satisfied clients help your business grow. We will work with you every step of the way to provide training
that delivers the results you need to enhance productivity and remain competitive.
Your success is our success.
For a free on-site consultation, please contact Christopher Moody,
Director of Workforce Development, at 302-259-6315 or e-mail [email protected]
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Adult Basic Education,
GED® testing & ESL
English Conversation II (ESL),
Part II
Reading, writing, and listening activities will
be integrated with conversational exercises.
Prerequisite: Completion of English
Conversation I or instructor’s permission.
ENB 248 201 - 30 hrs, Fee $159
10 sessions, 2/5-4/9, Th, 9am-noon
English Conversation III (ESL),
Part I
Reading, writing, and listening activities will
be integrated with conversational exercises.
Prerequisite: Completion of English
Conversation II or instructor’s permission.
Adult Basic
Education/GED®
Prep Classes
English as a Second
Language
Adults age 16 and older can improve reading,
writing and math skills. If you have never
earned your high school diploma and are
interested in taking the GED® test, these
classes can help you prepare. Registration/
orientation for new students is based on
space availability and is by appointment only.
To make an appointment for registration
or for additional information, please call
302-259-6385.
Adult Basic Education
ENB 301 201 - FREE!
1/27-5/12, T&Th, 8:30-10:30am
ENB 301 231 – FREE!
1/28-5/27, W, 5-8:30pm
GED® test
Preparation Classes
Registration for ALL non-credit ESL classes
will be held at the International Center
as follows:
Registration Dates*
Tuesday, 1/20, 9am-noon and 1-4pm
Wednesday, 1/21, 9am-noon and 5-7pm
Thursday, 1/22, 9am-noon and 5-7pm
Friday, 1/23, 9am-noon and 1-4pm
*Unfortunately, we cannot accept
registrations after Friday, Jan. 23, 2015.
ENB 227 201 - 30 hrs, Fee $159
15 sessions, 2/6-5/22, F, 10:30am-12:20pm
ENB 227 231 - 30 hrs, Fee $159
15 sessions, 2/5-5/14, Th, 5:30-7:20pm
English Conversation III (ESL),
Part III
Reading, writing, and listening activities will
be integrated with conversational exercises.
Prerequisite: Completion of English
Conversation III, Parts I & II.
ENB 252 201 - 30 hrs, Fee $159
15 sessions, 2/6-5/22, F, 8:30-10:20am
English Conversation I
Beginning level instruction and practice
in speaking and understanding English.
Intended for adults whose first language is
not English.
ENB 303 201 – FREE!
1/26-5/6, M&W, 8:30-10:20am
ENB 303 202 - FREE!
1/26-5/6, M&W, 10:30am-12:20pm
ENB 302 201 - FREE!
1/27-5/12, T&Th, 11:30am-1:30pm
ENB 302 231 – FREE!
1/28-5/27, W, 5-8:30pm
302-259-6330 I Search classes and register online at go.dtcc.edu/workforcedevelopment
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Personal Enrichment
Arts and Crafts
New Year's Resolutions
Call it a leap list or a bucket list…here are some of Delaware Technical Community College’s personal enrichment
non-credit community education courses that can help reach your goal and check things off your list.
• Play an instrument (Guitar for Beginners)
• Learn to decorate a cake for the whole family
(Beginner Cake Decorating)
• Make time for myself (Mind and Body Yoga)
• Learn to play golf (Golf Lessons)
• Become a wine enthusiast (Essentials of Food & Wine Pairing I)
• Become an author (Become an Indie Author)
• Learn to line dance (Beginner Line Dancing)
• Learn a new language (Russian 101)
• Organize my life (Using your iPad/iPhone to help
Organize your Life)
• Learn to sing (Vocal Training)
• Learn to paint and relax (Sip, Paint & Relax)
For more information about pricing, dates, times and places fan through our Personal Enrichment
section in this brochure or call registration at 302-259-6330.
Don’t see what you’re looking for? Send us your ideas to [email protected]
Arts and Crafts
Acrylic Painting for Beginners
This class will introduce you to acrylic
painting. You will learn basics such as color
mixing and matching, creating a grid and
painting on a canvas. Instructor will also
provide critique throughout the class to
enhance your acrylic painting skills. Please
call 302-259-6330 for material list.
Instructor: Eddie Filemyr
Portrait Workshop
Enjoyable informal instruction with
individual assistance. Excellent instructor;
for beginners to intermediate artists.
Please bring pencil, paper, charcoal, pastels
(optional) and drawing board to class.
Instructor: Carolyn Wisniewski
ENA 278 201 - 18 hrs, Fee $69
6 sessions, 1/29-3/5, Th, 1-4pm
ENA 278 202 - 18 hrs, Fee $69
6 sessions, 3/12-4/16, Th, 1-4pm
ENA 206 201 - 15 hrs, Fee $99
6 sessions, 1/30-3/6, F, 10am-12:30pm
ENA 278 203 - 18 hrs, Fee $69
6 sessions, 4/23-5/28, Th, 1-4pm
Acrylic Painting Drop In
ENA 289 201 - 1 session , Fee $15
ENA 278 201 - 18 hrs, Fee $69
6 sessions, 6/4-7/9, Th, 1-4pm
Acrylic Painting, Intermediate
ENA 278 202 - 18 hrs, Fee $69
6 sessions, 7/16-8/20, Th, 1-4pm
Advance to the next level! This class will
include more in-depth instruction on acrylic
painting and critique by the instructor. Focus
will be on both small and large renderings.
Please call 302-259-6330 for material list.
No class 4/3. Instructor: Eddie Filemyr
ENA 207 201 - 15 hrs, Fee $99
6 sessions, 3/20-5/1, F, 10am-noon
Portrait Workshop Drop In
ENA 279 201 – 1 session, Fee $15
Sip, Paint & Relax
NEW
From blank canvas to masterpiece, local
artist, Cat Flaherty will take you through a
fun step-by-step art painting instruction
while relaxing and sipping cocktails. A
truly unique opportunity to socialize and
be creative. “Keep Calm and Copy Cat!” It’s
as easy as that. Absolutely no experience
necessary. You will leave class with new
painting techniques, a 16x20 masterpiece
canvas painting made by you and
most importantly, a good time and fun
memories. Please arrive 30 minutes early
to grab a cocktail at the bar. Must be
21 years old. ID required. Class held at
Heritage Shores in Bridgeville.
ENA 290 271
2.5 hrs, Fee $29
1/31, S, 1:30-4pm
ENA 290 272
2.5 hrs, Fee $29
3/21, S, 1:30-4pm
ENA 290 273
2.5 hrs, Fee $29
5/12, T, 6:30-9pm
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Watercolor
Learn the keys to successful watercolor
painting in a relaxed setting. Great
instruction and interaction for all skill levels.
Please call 302-259-6330 for material list.
Class will meet every week on Thursdays.
Instructor: Beverly Bellows
ENA 280 201 - 15 hrs, Fee $55
6 sessions, 5/7-6/11, Th, 9:30am-noon
Watercolor Drop In
ENA 275 201 – 1 session, Fee $15
Intro to Sewing with your
Sewing Machine
Learn to use your own sewing machine,
including winding your bobbin, use of
various stitches, reading, and using a
pattern. Each student will sew placemats, a
tablerunner and other fun projects by the
end of class. Class held at Serendipity Quilt
Shop in Dagsboro. Please bring your own
sewing machine and an instruction manual
for your machine to class. Please call
302-259-6330 for material list. No class
on 5/25.
ENA 281 271 - 12.5 hrs, Fee $59
5 sessions, 3/2-3/30, M, 1:30-4pm
ENA 281 272 - 12.5 hrs, Fee $59
5 sessions, 5/4-6/8, M, 1:30-4pm
Sewing for the
Beach Season
NEW
One of the items you need for a day at
the beach is a... beach bag! Get ready for
summer fun at the beach and learn to
sew a mesh beach bag, beach themed
home accessories such as a table runner,
placemats and/or napkins with your sewing
machine. Class held at Serendipity Quilt
Shop in Dagsboro. Prerequisite: Students
must be comfortable using your sewing
machine and beginner sewing experience
is recommended. Please bring your own
sewing machine to class and call
302-259-6330 for material list.
ENA 291 271 - 6 hrs, Fee $39
3 sessions, 5/1-5/15, F, 1-3pm
CPR
CPR/AED and First Aid Training –
American Red Cross
This course is designed to teach rescuers
the knowledge and awareness skills they
need to recognize emergencies and give
first aid. The first aid section covers general
principles, medical emergencies and injuries.
The CPR section covers adult and pediatric
CPR and choking, and the AED covers
theory and operation of the AED. A course
completion card is issued for this course
with re-certification required every two
years. Students will be given a personal first
aid kit. Instructor: Patricia Hill
EYK 598 261 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $95
1 session, 2/28, S, 9am-3pm
CPR/AED for Professional
Rescuers and Health Care
Providers – American Red Cross
The purpose of this class is to teach those
with a duty to act (professional rescuers
and health care providers) the knowledge
and skills needed to respond appropriately
to breathing and cardiac emergencies. This
includes the use of an automated external
defibrillator to care for a victim experiencing
cardiac arrest. Course is intended for
healthcare providers such as physicians,
nurses, paramedics, EMTs, therapists,
medical assistants, police officers, and
other allied health professionals. A two year
certification is attained and cards will be
provided following successful completion of
written test. Instructor: Patricia Hill
EYK 596 261 - 6.5 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $89
1 session, 3/28, S, 9am-3:30pm
Culinary
Art of Artisan Bread Making
“Raise” your baking skills as you learn to
mix, kneed and bake fresh bread. Under the
direction of a local bread maker, you will learn
the 13 steps and secrets to creating delicious
bread at home. Take these tips and craft
flavorful breads to accompany your holiday!
Class held at Old World Breads in Lewes.
CPR & Culinary
Beginner Cake Decorating
NEW
Have you always wanted to learn how
to decorate cakes? Perhaps, surprise
your Valentine's Day sweetheart with a
homemade cake? If so, this three week
beginner class is perfect for you! This
hands-on course will teach you the basics
of icing cakes, creating decorative borders,
flowers, basket weave, piping, writing, and
how different tips are used. Register today
and you’ll be decorating to impress in no
time! Please call 302-259-6330 for material
list. Additional instructions on what to bring
to the second and third sessions will be
provided at the first class.
Instructor: Dawn Kenton Brown
ENX 270 231 - 6 hrs, Fee $49
3 sessions, 1/26-2/9, M, 6-8pm
Chef’s Table: Flavors
of Thailand
NEW
There is nothing like the smell of lemon
grass, star anise and ginger to get the taste
buds jumping. Our Taste of Thai class will
introduce you to the many basic flavors
that make up this magical cuisine and
demonstrate how you can put out a tasty
Thai meal in your own home. From Pad Thai
to Thai tea we will cover the classics that
can easily be re-made at home. Class held at
Heritage Shores in Bridgeville.
ENX 271 271 - 3 hrs, Fee $75
1 session, 6/2, T, 6-9pm
Chef’s Table: Mardi
Gras Gumbo
NEW
Take a trip to the “Big Easy”! Flavors of the
“Big Easy” and the surrounding area are a
blend of different cultures that have greatly
influenced today’s American culinary
offerings. In this class you will discover
how to make Louisiana's favorite Mardi
Gras dish...gumbo that will be talking
about for weeks! Mardi Gras masks and/or
color appropriate attire is encouraged but
optional! Class held at Heritage Shores in
Bridgeville.
ENX 272 271 - 3 hrs, Fee $75
1 session, 2/19, Th, 6-9pm
ENX 268 271 - 4 hrs, Fee $55
1 session, 3/21, S, 9am-1pm
302-259-6330 I Search classes and register online at go.dtcc.edu/workforcedevelopment
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Personal Enrichment
Defensive Driving
Comida de Cinco de Mayo
NEW
¡Bienvenido a Mexico! What better way
to celebrate the Mexican victory on Cinco
de Mayo than by feasting on Mexican
specialties. Learn to make Mexican fare such
as tamales, guacamole, enchiladas and tres
leches cake. ¡Hasta Pronto! Class held at
Fish On in Lewes.
ENX 273 271 - 3 hrs, Fee $89
1 session, 5/4, M, 5:30-8:30pm
Cooking with Beer
NEW
You can’t drink all of it! So let’s cook with it! In
this hands-on class you will learn how to use
your beer in place of other liquid ingredients
to enhance flavors! Must be 21 years old.
Class held at Old World Breads in Lewes.
ENX 269 271 - 4 hrs, Fee $55
1 session, 4/18, S, 9am-1pm
Essentials of Food &
Wine Pairing I
NEW
Feeling challenged when selecting a wine
to sip or accompany that special dish?
Learn the basics of food and wine parings
and “what goes with what” in this series of
four “hands-on” classes. Visit a local winery
to enjoy a wine tasting and learn the
challenges of viticulture and wine making.
Prepare a multi-course international meal
featuring select wines. Enjoy a wine and
cheese flight and the challenge of selecting
wine with dessert. Discover the physiology
of taste and the function of your five senses.
Learn how to interpret wine labels and
define key terms. An enjoyable series of
classes that will expand your culinary skills
and de-mystify the world of wine. Class
sessions held at DTCC. Winery tour held at
Nassau Valley Vineyards in Lewes.
Please bring an apron to class. Instructor:
Carolyn “Bonnie” Aronson, PhD certified
executive chef
ENX 277 231 - 8 hrs, Fee $175
4 sessions, 4/1-4/22, W, 6-8pm
Seasonal Soups
NEW
Explore the world of from-scratch soups!
You will be introduced to the basics of
soup-making, starting with stockmaking,
which is the foundation of a good soup. In
this hands-on class you will be creating high
quality flavors in your seasonal soups, using
local market fresh seasonal ingredients!
These soups are great to make in large
batches so you can freeze them and have
throughout the winter! Better stocks, better
ingredients...using scrap food and local
market items! Class held at Old World Breads
in Lewes.
ENX 275 271 - 2 hrs, Fee $39
1 session, 1/24, S, 9am-11am
The Art of Risotto
NEW
Learn the secrets of making the perfect
risotto! Hearty, satisfying and the
quintessential meal, risotto is one of the
oldest and most popular dishes! You will
learn there is an art to making risotto
rice and will explore the proper cooking
techniques, procedures and how to use
unthoughtof ingredients to add flair to your
next risotto dish! Class held at Old World
Breads in Lewes.
ENX 274 271 - 3 hrs, Fee $49
1 session, 2/21, S, 10am-1pm
The Luck of the Irish
Defensive Driving, Basic
Earn a 10% reduction on the liability portion
of your automobile insurance premium for
three years; three point credit applied to your
Delaware driving record via the Delaware
Safety Council’s computer linkup with the
Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles. Learn
simple driving strategies. Call 302-259-6329
to register. Must arrive 15 minutes prior to
class with photo ID. Instructor provided by
Delaware Safety Council
EYP 325 231 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $35
2 sessions, 1/12-1/14, M&W, 6:30-9:30pm
EYP 325 261 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $35
1 session, 2/7, S, 9am-4pm
EYP 325 232 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $35
2 sessions, 3/10-3/12, T&Th, 6:30-9:30pm
EYP 325 262 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $35
1 session, 4/18, S, 9am-4pm
EYP 325 233 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $35
2 sessions, 5/11-5/13, M&W, 6:30-9:30pm
EYP 325 261 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $35
1 session, 6/20, S, 9am-4pm
EYP 325 231 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $35
2 sessions, 7/20-7/22, M&W, 6:30-9:30pm
Defensive Driving, Advanced
NEW
Erin Go Braugh! Come take a culinary tour
of the Emerald Isle. Learn to make your own
traditional Irish dishes such as Irish soda
Bread, bacon and cabbage, colcannon and
goody. May the luck of the Irish be with you!
Class held at Fish On in Lewes.
ENX 276 271 - 3 hrs, Fee $89
1 session, 3/13, F, 11am-2pm
Defensive Driving
Earn 15% discount on your liability insurance!
Three-year certification course offers
additional strategies for on-the-road safety,
review of revised traffic laws, as well as current
safety technology. Prerequistite: Students
must have completed the Basic Defensive
Driving class. Must arrive 15 minutes prior to
class with photo ID. Instructor provided by
Delaware Safety Council.
EYP 326 231 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $30
1 session, 1/21, W, 6:30-9:30pm
EYP 326 261 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $30
1 session, 2/21, S, 9am-noon
EYP 326 232 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $30
1 session, 3/23, M, 6:30-9:30pm
EYP 326 233 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $30
1 session, 4/16, Th, 6:30-9:30pm
EYP 326 262 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $30
1 session, 5/9, S, 9am-noon
EYP 326 231 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $30
1 session, 6/15, M, 6:30-9:30pm
EYP 326 261 - 3 hrs, .3 CEUs, Fee $30
1 session, 7/11, S, 9am-noon
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Family & Genealogy
Family
Divorcing Parent
Education Program
Parents must take an approved course
teaching them about what children
experience when their parents do not
live with each other or divorce. Course
satisfies Delaware’s legal requirement for
parent education and is certified by the
Department of Services for Children, Youth
and their Families. Students must bring ID
to class. Instructors: Elizabeth Rupprecht/
Karen Feldman
EYJ 200 231 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $85
2 sessions, 1/20-1/22, T&Th, 6-9pm
EYJ 200 232 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $85
2 sessions, 2/3-2/5, T&Th, 6-9pm
EYJ 200 261 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $85
1 session, 2/21, S, 9am-4pm
EYJ 200 233 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $85
2 sessions, 3/10-3/12, T&Th, 6-9pm
EYJ 200 262 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $85
1 session, 3/28, S, 9am-4pm
Genealogy
Genealogy
EYJ 200 261 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $85
1 session, 6/6, S, 9am-4pm
Are you interested in finding your family
history? Or looking for elusive ancestors in
your family tree? In this introductory class,
you will learn how to begin your journey
into your family’s past. Questions like where
do you start, where do you look and what to
do with all the information that you acquire
in your journey through your family history
will be answered in this class! Come and take
a walk in the shade of the old family tree!
Please bring a pencil, notepad, highlighter,
and pocket folder to class.
Instructor: Teresa Derrickson
EYJ 200 231 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $85
2 sessions, 6/16-6/18, T&Th, 6-9pm
ENO 244 261 - 6 hrs, Fee $49
2 sessions, 1/24-1/31, S, 9am-noon
EYJ 200 234 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $85
2 sessions, 4/14-4/16, T&Th, 6-9pm
EYJ 200 263 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $85
1 session, 4/25, S, 9am-4pm
EYJ 200 235 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $85
2 sessions, 5/5-5/7, T&Th, 6-9pm
EYJ 200 264 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $85
1 session, 5/16, S, 9am-4pm
EYJ 200 262 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $85
1 session, 7/11, S, 9am-4pm
EYJ 200 232 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $85
2 sessions, 7/21-7/23, T&Th, 6-9pm
EYJ 200 263 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $85
1 session, 8/8, S, 9am-4pm
EYJ 200 233 - 6 hrs, .6 CEUs, Fee $85
2 sessions, 8/11-8/13, T&Th, 6-9pm
Paleography – The Study of
NEW
Old Handwriting
This class is a primer of reading old deeds,
wills and other aged documents. In this
genealogy related class, you will learn some
of the peculiarities of the hand written
words in old legal documents and how
to properly translate them. A must for
genealogists! Please bring a pencil, notepad,
highlighter, and pocket folder to class.
Instructor: Teresa Derrickson
Land Deeds - A Primer
NEW
Learn the basics of reading an old land deed,
grant or record from the years 1600-1860.
In this geneology related class, you will find
out what a perch is equal to and just what a
pol (e) is. This class is a great chance for you
to better understand the old land records
that may be in your family tree! Prerequisite:
Students must have taken Paleography - The
Study of Old Handwriting class. Please bring
a pencil, notepad, highlighter, and pocket
folder to class. Instructor: Teresa Derrickson
ENO 573 261 - 3 hrs, Fee $25
1 session, 3/21, S, 9am-noon
Marriage Records
Through the Ages
NEW
What is the difference between a marriage
bann, bond, record and license? In this
genealogy related class, you will learn
just that and more in this mini class about
marriage records through the ages! Please
bring a pencil, notepad, highlighter, and
pocket folder to class.
Instructor: Teresa Derrickson
ENO 574 261 - 3 hrs, Fee $25
1 session, 4/18, S, 9am-noon
ENO 575 261 - 3 hrs, Fee $25
1 session, 2/21, S, 9am-noon
302-259-6330 I Search classes and register online at go.dtcc.edu/workforcedevelopment
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Money Matters & Music
Money Matters
Basics of Selling on eBay
Have you ever wanted to sell on eBay but
thought it was too hard? This course was
designed just for you! Students will learn the
basics of eBay; rules and policies, creating a
seller’s account, listing preparation, photo
tips, pricing, payment and shipping. By the
end of the course, you will be able to sell on
eBay with ease! Tuition includes $20 material
fee. Instructor: Patricia Tear
ENF 560 231 - 9 hrs, Fee $99
3 sessions, 4/14-4/21, T&Th, 6-9pm
Dave Ramsey’s Foundations in
Personal Finance
NEW
This six-week course provides a strong
foundation in financial literacy designed to
fully equip, empower, and entertain young
adults while building confidence in your
own financial decision-making. This class
will cover topics on saving, budgeting, debt,
life after high school and much more! Tuition
includes $33 material fee.
Instructor: Kolby Dukes
ENO 576 231 - 9 hrs, Fee $159
6 sessions, 2/16-3/23, M, 6:30-8pm
eBay: Beyond the Basics
Are you currently selling on eBay but would
like to learn more? Then this course is for
you! With this course, students learn how
to: Start and/or grow an eBay-based store;
reduce fees/increase productivity; create
compelling listings; use eBay listing tools;
market your eBay business; manage your
listings and pack and ship inventory. Learn
little-known secrets of eBay that will make
you a better seller! Tuition includes $20
material fee.
Instructor: Patricia Tear
ENF 592 231 - 6 hrs, Fee $85
2 sessions, 5/12-5/14, T&Th, 6-9pm
Estate Planning
This introductory course will help you
understand the basics of estate planning.
Understand how a will, power of attorney,
living will, and living trust are used to manage
your affairs during life and after death. We
also will introduce the concept of irrevocable
trusts. Instructor: Shannon Owens
ENO 508 231 - 2 hrs, Fee $25
1 session, 2/11, W, 6-8pm
ENO 508 232 - 2 hrs, Fee $25
1 session, 5/12, T, 6-8pm
Get Paid to Talk: Making Money
With Your Voice
Ever been told that you have a great
voice? From audio books and cartoons to
documentaries, commercials and more, this
class will introduce you to the growing field
of voice over. Today, the range of voices
hired has grown dramatically from the days
of announcers. Learn what the pros look for,
how to prepare, and where to find work in
your area! We’ll discuss industry pros and
cons and play samples from working voice
professionals. In addition, you’ll have an
opportunity to record a short professional
script under the direction of our teacher. This
class is lots of fun, realistic, and a great first
step for anyone interested in the voice over
field. Instructor: Voice Coaches
ENO 529 231 - 2.5 hrs, Fee $35
1 session, 1/21, W, 6:30-9pm
ENO 529 232 - 2.5 hrs, Fee $35
1 session, 5/6, W, 6:30-9pm
Mystery Shopping 101
Have you ever wondered whether mystery
shopping is a legitimate way to make a
living? This course will show you how you
can actually make money by: shopping,
eating out, going to the movies…all the
things you normally do! You will also learn
how to watch out for mystery shopping
scams. The course instructor has been
mystery shopping for over 10 years, and now
it’s your turn! Tuition includes $20 material
fee. Instructor: Patricia Tear
Music
DJ 101 Workshop
Have you ever wanted to DJ, but just didn’t
know how to get started? This is the right
seminar for you! Learn the basic skills to
begin a career as a mobile DJ. You will
learn music programming, understanding
music trends, setting up sound systems,
how to build a record collection, basic sales
techniques and much more in this handson workshop. Lunch will be on your own
during an hour break. Please bring a flash
drive to class. Optional: laptop, iPad, tablet,
etc. Instructor: Randolph Potter Jr. a.k.a. DJ
Randy P “The Positive One”
ENO 579 261 - 5 hrs, Fee $65
1 session, 3/21, S, 9am-3pm
Guitar for Beginners
Your musical journey starts here! Learn
chords, simple strums, and tuning in a fun,
relaxed group setting. You’ll be introduced
to the basic elements of rhythm and
harmony that will have you making music
in no time! This class is for beginners. Please
bring a guitar to class. A limited number
of (right-handed) guitars are available for
use. If needed, please call 302-259-6330 to
reserve. Instructor: Debby Dudley
ENO 207 231 - 9 hrs, Fee $99
6 sessions, 2/23-3/30, M, 6-7:30pm
Music Composition
NEW
Music composition is the creation of new
songs by combining melody, lyrics, rhythm
and harmony. In this hands-on class, you
will be introduced to music reading and
song writing. You will also practice and learn
compositional skills such as fundamentals
of music theory, rhythm, chord structure
and progression, and the processes for
composing music in the small forms. Please
bring a small portable instrument that plays
chords to class, if you have one.
Instructor: Marvin Marvel
ENO 585 231 - 12 hrs, Fee $109
8 sessions, 1/28-3/18, W, 6-7:30pm
ENO 531 231 - 6 hrs, Fee $79
2 sessions, 3/17-3/24, T, 6-9pm
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Photography
NEW
Have you always wanted to read music and
sing? This interactive course will introduce
you to the theory of music, providing you
with the basic skills needed to read music
and get over your fear of singing in front of
a group. You will learn how to sing louder,
stronger, improve tone and match pitch,
cultivating your tone quality and breath
control. The instructor will also cover
material such as rhythm, key signatures and
solfege, and falsetto. Music is a timeless
passion. Please bring a bottle of water to
each class. Instructor: Eric Tsavdar
This photo was taken at previous Intermediate Photography class.
ENO 591 231 - 8 hrs, Fee $69
8 sessions, 1/26-3/16, M, 6-7pm
New Year, New You
New Year, New Brand Define Yourself
NEW
What do you stand for? How do you want
others to perceive you? What actions are you
taking to support and grow your “brand?”
This class will answer those questions and
guide you towards identifying your personal
“brand,” beginning your journey of selfdefinition. Through instruction and breakout
sessions, you will create a plan to help you
work towards supporting and marketing the
brand you want others to perceive as well as
formulate your plan of action.
Instructor: Lauren Mills
ENO 586 231 - 2.5 hrs, Fee $29
1 session, 1/13, T, 6-8:30pm
Photography
A “first impression” is actually only a seven
second window upon first meeting someone
and studies have found that nonverbal cues
have over four times the impact on the
impression you make than anything you say.
This course will help you understand how
important body language is in our everyday
communication. It will cover the do’s and
don’ts of communication through actions,
subconscious body language and using
effective body language to support our
verbal communication, that will ensure your
next first impression last much longer than
“seven seconds.” Instructor: Jerry Semper
Understanding Your Camera
ENO 588 231 - 2.5 hrs, Fee $29
1 session, 3/10, T, 6-8:30pm
New Year, New Personal Style
- Organize and Enhance your
NEW
Wardrobe and Image
New Year, New Attire - Dress
for Success
This course will help you determine
the appropriate attire for the business
environment with an emphasis on interview
dress and dressing for the role/promotion
you want. This class will also cover ways
to identify what level of formality is
appropriate, dressing for your body type,
the do’s and don’ts of business dressing,
utilizing make-up and accessories effectively
and resources for shopping on a budget.
Instructor: Lauren Mills
ENO 587 231 - 2.5 hrs, Fee $29
1 session, 2/10, T, 6-8:30pm
New Year, New Mannerisims Non Verbal Communication NEW
Achieve the optimal look for your goals, both
professional and personal, in this fun, handson class. Learn how to organize your closet,
choose clothes that flatter your body type
and define the image you want to achieve.
From image and wardrobe consultant
Jami Faust Jackson, owner of Faust Fashion
Wardrobe Consulting, you’ll learn the basics
of de-cluttering, organizing and enhancing
your wardrobe. Find your own personal
style and discuss how to choose clothing,
accessories and makeup that flatter your
appearance and are easy on your wallet.
Register with some friends for a great girls’
night out! Instructor: Jami Faust Jackson
This class covers everything from an
introduction into digital technology to
important camera settings, and how to
start taking a good picture no matter what
your subject. You will learn how to start
controlling light, color and atmosphere
while learning the controls of your camera.
Perfect for the entry level enthusiast! Please
bring your camera to class and call instructor
with camera make and model at302-2288405. Tuition includes $10 material fee.
Instructor: Mason Dixon
ENA 274 231 - 3 hrs, Fee $39
1 session, 1/14, W, 6-9pm
ENA 274 232 - 3 hrs, Fee $39
1 session, 4/15, W, 6-9pm
Basic Photography
Have fun with hands-on instruction
while learning techniques that make the
difference. Course will focus on developing
the skills necessary to identify and produce
the elements of a good photograph
including basic design, composition and
lighting. Please bring your camera to class
and call instructor with camera make and
model at 302-228-8405. Tuition includes $10
material fee. Instructor: Mason Dixon
ENA 259 231 - 8 hrs, Fee $99
4 sessions, 1/21-2/11, W, 6-8pm
ENA 259 232 - 8 hrs, Fee $99
4 sessions, 5/6-5/27, W, 6-8pm
ENO 589 231 - 2.5 hrs, Fee $29
1 session, 4/14, T, 6-8:30pm
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Special Interest
Intermediate Photography
This intermediate photography course will
expand on the concepts learned in Basic
Photography. Students will apply the skills
learned in the basic course while continuing
to learn more intermediate concepts
in composition, lighting and camera
techniques. Please bring your camera to
class and call instructor with camera make
and model at 302-228-8405. Tuition includes
$10 material fee. Instructor: Mason Dixon
ENA 260 231 - 8 hrs, Fee $99
4 sessions, 3/4-3/25, W, 6-8pm
Intro to Photojournalism
Whether you plan to pursue a career in
the news media or simply would like to
enhance your photography skills, this course
is designed to help students take their
photography to a higher level. Learn the
skills, theory and ethics of photojournalism
while developing the technical and
intellectual knowledge necessary to express
yourself through photography. Students
will learn what it takes to create a good
photograph, and how to improve their
ability for visual storytelling. Students will
also learn how to produce images ready for
publication and to improve their portfolio.
Prerequisite: Students must have a digital
camera and the ability to either print your
photos or share them electronically on a
classroom computer. Instructor: Dave Toth
ENA 208 231 - 8 hrs, Fee $99
4 sessions, 4/8-4/29, W, 6:30-8:30pm
ENA 208 231 - 8 hrs, Fee $99
4 sessions, 6/2-6/23, T, 6:30-8:30pm
Special Interest
Basic Bicycle Maintenance
Citizens Police Academy
NEW
In this basic skills class, you will gain
knowledge about your bicycle’s brakes and
drivetrain as well as how to fix a flat. You will
be taught how to adjust and maintain the
various components of the bicycle and how
to identify and solve common problems.
Squealing brakes, sloppy shifting, flat tires,
and more will all be addressed in this class.
This is a hands-on class so bring your bike
to fix any existing or potential problems.
Instructor: Benjamen Jones
ENO 578 231 - 4 hrs, Fee $29
2 sessions, 6/16-6/23, T, 6-8pm
NEW
Always wanted to be an indie author? This
course will provide you an overview of how
self-publishing is changing the landscape of
the publishing industry. You will learn how to
edit, format, and prepare your manuscripts
for publication in both digital and print
editions; how to choose which platforms
to sell your work; and marketing strategies
including social media tools, street teams,
and paid advertising. Local indie author
Krista Knapp will share what’s worked and
not worked throughout her self-publishing
odyssey which has produced four novels
and a memoir. Prerequisite: Students must
have familiarity with Microsoft Word and
navigating websites. Please bring a pencil
and notepad to class. Instructor: Krista Knapp
ENO 590 231 - 8 hrs, Fee $89
4 sessions, 2/19-3/12, Th, 6-8pm
Interested in Developing and
Teaching a New Course?
ENO 567 231 - 8 hrs, Fee $55
4 sessions, 3/5-3/26, Th, 6-8pm
Energy Healing
ENO 578 232 - 4 hrs, Fee $29
2 sessions, 7/28-8/4, T, 6-8pm
Become an Indie Author
Build a relationship with and thoroughly
understand the assorted functions of
the Georgetown Police Department.
This program allows many hands on
opportunities, as well as a ride along with
a patrol officer. Participants are taught
the basics of criminal law, search and
seizure, patrol tactics, firearms, accident
investigation, deadly force issues, crime
scene processing and many other topics.
Learn the various ways the police serve our
community and keep us safe. Co-sponsored
by the Georgetown Police Department.
A serious study of human energy dynamics
and healing techniques. Emphasis will be on
removal of diseased energies and infusion
of healing energies. Students will receive a
Certificate of Completion for those who take
an optional oral and written test.
Instructor: Bea Campbell
ENO 231 231 - 16 hrs, Fee $99
8 sessions, 3/25-5/13, W, 7-9pm
Feng Shui Your Life
Clutter is anything that feels heavy and is
an obstacle to your future. In this class, you
will learn helpful ways to address changes
that will improve relationships, wealth and
happiness through the careful placement
of your possessions. You will also learn how
to arrange your space to best support your
goals, wellbeing and aspirations through the
ancient art of Feng Shui. Come discover how
to get move on, mentally and physically, by
bringing awareness to where energy gets
“stuck” in your home.
Instructor: Paige Deiner, L.M.T
ENO 580 261 - 6 hrs, Fee $65
1 session, 1/31, S, 9am-3pm
Workforce Development and Community Education
is continually expanding its course offerings.
If you would like to propose a new class, e-mail
Chris Moody at: [email protected]
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Firearms: Protection
and Training
Instuctor Feature:
In this class you will learn about safe
gun handling, pistol parts and operation,
ammunition, shooting fundamentals as
well as how to use a firearm properly and
proficiently. Firearms are not permitted on
the campus. First two classroom sessions
meet at DTCC. Third session involves use
of live ammunition and target shooting at
instructor’s firing range. During the third
session only, use of your own firearm/
ammunition is permitted. If you do not
have your own, an additional firearm/
ammunition fee is required. Tuition includes
$15 lab fee. Instructor: John Davis
Amy Stewart, LMT
Amy Stewart, LMT is proud and honored to be the
first licensed Heal Your Life, Love Yourself teacher in
Delaware! Based on the philosophy of Louise Hay,
Amy believes in the Divine healing wisdom and
communication that is consistently occurring between
mind, body and spirit. Amy has over twelve years of experience in the field
of massage and bodywork. She enjoys a lifelong passion for metaphysics
earning many certifications in Energy Medicine and Psychology of the Body.
With her love of teaching and public speaking, she has been a repeated
ENO 201 231 - 6 hrs, Fee $75
3 sessions, 4/3, Th, 7-9pm; 4/9, 7-8pm; and
4/11, S, 9am-noon
guest on several spiritual talk radio shows around the country. Amy currently
Women’s Firearms: Protection
and Training
published her first book, The Living Rainbow, which was featured at the
ENW 205 231 - 6 hrs, Fee $75
3 sessions, 4/23, Th, 7-9pm; 4/30, 7-8pm;
and 5/2, S, 9am-noon
instructing our “Heal Your Life” and “From Inspiration to Creation” Personal
teaches continuing education courses for bodyworkers and recently
Hay House I Can Do It Conference in Baltimore in June 2014. Amy will be
Enrichment classes.
Advanced Firearms: Protection
and Training
Learn the finer points of marksmanship/
instinct shooting in this advanced class. This
class will include situations such as shooting
from barricades, shooting while stationary,
on the move, and kneeling. Firearms are
not permitted on the campus. First two
classroom sessions meet at DTCC. Third
session involves use of live ammunition and
target shooting at instructor’s firing range.
During the third session only, use of your
own firearm/ammunition is permitted. If
you do not have your own, an additional
firearm/ammunition fee is required. Tuition
includes $15 lab fee. Instructor: John Davis
ENO 202 231 - 6 hrs, Fee $75
3 sessions, 5/21, Th, 7-9pm; 5/28, 7-8pm;
and 5/30, S, 9am-noon
Heal Your Life Workshop
NEW
Learn the art of manifesting your dreams
into reality. Bring your life into harmony
with your hearts desires by exploring the
dynamics of the human energy in this
clear, practical class. Please bring a pen
and notepad or journal to class.
Instructor: Amy Stewart
This work-study class is based on the
philosophy of Louise Hay, founder of
Hay House Publishing, where you will
explore the mind/body/spirit connection,
gaining insight on how to recognize and
resolve negative limiting beliefs, self talk
and obstacles that may be hindering
your personal growth. Come discover or
reawaken your body’s authentic self and
divine healing wisdom, and live a joyfilled life! Instructor: Amy Stewart
ENO 581 231 - 5 hrs, Fee $49
2 sessions, 2/17-2/19, T&Th, 6:30-9pm
ENO 582 231 - 16 hrs, Fee $109
8 sessions, 3/4-4/22, W, 6:30-8:30pm
From Inspiration
to Creation
NEW
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Technology
Home Interior: Color Your
Room Your Way
Russian 101
NEW
Have you ever painted your room and it
didn’t turn out the way you imagined or
are you afraid to paint your room and then
get stuck with white walls because you
are hesitant to make a mistake? Let the
professionals help you make an informed
decision and get the room you always
wanted but were unable to do until now. In
this class you will view color as elements,
exploring combinations that will take your
own personal room from something you
fear to something you love. By the end
of the classes you will not only be able
to select the correct color, but you will
actually transform one of your very own
rooms in the processes. Please bring an
image of one given room in your home that
you would like to transform with color to
class. Instructor: Rex Rogosch, owner of
R Squared Design
A comprehensive learning experience
combining textbook, audio files and lecture
to introduce the basics of Russian Language,
Art and Culture. Familiarize yourself with the
Russian alphabet, numbers, colors and basic
conversational phrases. Explore the Cyrillic
alphabet and learn the culture of Russia
through history, music and art. Please bring
a pencil and notepad to class. Students must
purchase textbook prior to class, please call
302-259-6330 for details.
Instructor: Maryia Komar
ENH 202 231 - 12 hrs, Fee $129
6 sessions, 1/26-2/12, M&Th, 6:30-8:30pm
Technology
Get the Most From Your Android
Smartphone
Have you ever heard of Mah-Jongg, and
thought it would be a fun game to learn and
play with friends? Here is your chance. In
this course you will learn the tiles and basic
strategies to win. By the end of the course
you will be playing a full game. No Mah
Jongg experience or knowledge is required.
Instructor: Michelle Rahn
The Android operating system is currently
the most popular mobile environment
available. It powers millions of tablets,
smartphones, and various other devices.
In this beginner class you will discover the
features of your Android powered touch
screen smartphone that will help you get
the most out of your Android powered
device while covering information on setup
and configuration, basic operation, security
and maintenance. You will be introduced
to popular applications, as well as tips and
tricks to keep your phone running smoothly.
No experience is necessary. Please bring an
Android smartphone to class.
Instructor: Sean Christenson
ENO 569 201 - 6 hrs, Fee $35
3 sessions, 3/23-3/26, MW&Th, 10am-noon
ENF 213 231 - 2 hrs, Fee $25
1 session, 2/11, W, 6-8pm
ENO 583 231 - 6 hrs, Fee $59
3 sessions, 1/14-1/28, W, 6-8pm
ENO 583 232 - 6 hrs, Fee $59
3 sessions, 3/11-3/25, W, 6-8pm
Mah Jongg, Beginner
Get the Most From Your
Android Tablet
The Android operating system is currently
the most popular mobile environment
available. It powers millions of tablets,
smartphones, and various other devices.
In this beginner class you will discover the
features of your Android powered touch
screen tablets that will help you get the
most out of your Android powered device
while covering information on setup and
configuration, basic operation, security
and maintenance. You will be introduced
to popular applications, as well as tips and
tricks to keep your phone running smoothly.
Please bring an Android tablet computer to
class. Instructor: Sean Christenson
ENF 501 231 - 2 hrs, Fee $25
1 session, 4/1, W, 6-8pm
Getting to Know iWork
NEW
This class will teach you the ins and outs of
Apples free iWork suite (Apples version of
Microsoft Office). You’ll learn to create great
looking flyers, invitations, and budgets using
Pages (Word); tables, charts, and graphics
using Numbers (Excel); and you’ll learn
how to incorporate themes, transitions,
and animations into your presentations
using Keynote (Powerpoint). This class is
geared toward Mac users but iPad users are
welcome! Please bring a Mac device with
iWork (iMovie) installed, pen and paper to
class. Instructor: Brandon White
ENF 217 231 - 2 hrs, Fee $25
1 session, 4/20, M, 6-8pm
ENO 569 231 - 6 hrs, Fee $35
3 sessions, 5/18-5/21, MW&Th, 6-8pm
Mah Jongg, Advanced
NEW
Take your game to the next level with
instructional strategies and ability to play at
a faster pace. Also learn the betting aspect
of the game while meeting and playing
other players in the area. Prerequisite: Prior
experience or completion of Mah Jongg,
Beginner class. Instructor: Michelle Rahn
ENO 584 201 - 6 hrs, Fee $35
3 sessions, 4/6-4/9, MW&Th, 10am-noon
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Gift Certificates
Do you have a birthday,
anniversary, or special
occasion coming up?
A class makes a great gift!
Call 302-259-6329 for details
on how to give a gift certificate.
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Using your iPad/iPhone to help
Organize Your Life
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to
be more organized, than this class is for
you! You will learn how to share, sync and
create files, folders, calendars and more on
your iPad and iPhone. We will utilize iCloud
and learn about apps that will help make
your life not only easier but more efficient.
You will learn how to pull your personal
finances into one place, where you can track
spending and create budgets with apps like
Mint. Compile your notes, lists, photos and
web articles into one app, like Evernote,
where you can access it from almost
anywhere! Prerequisite: Students should
know how to download apps and have an
Apple ID set up prior to class. Please bring an
iPad or iPhone to class.
Instructor: Sean Christenson
This photo was taken at previous Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Flight School
ENF 214 231 - 3 hrs, Fee $29
1 session, 2/4, W, 6-9pm
Introduction to Social Media
iPad, Intermediate
Does all this technology have you confused
and feeling lost? Take this fun, informative,
hands-on and interactive starter course
designed to show you how to connect with
family and friends online, share photos
and videos, stay up-to-date on news,
research and find information on products
and services including coupons, and build
personal and professional online networks.
Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest
will be reviewed. Prerequisite: Students
must have basic computer skills and working
knowledge of social media with a desire
to dig deeper. Please bring user IDs and
passwords for your social media accounts to
class. Instructor: Lisa Flowers
Now that you have mastered the basics
of you iPad, it is time to examine more of
what this product has to offer! Here you will
learn about multitasking, push notifications,
copy and paste. Instructor will also go over
specific applications that will help you get
things done, as well as, syncing information
to your computer. iPads will be available.
Instructor: Sean Christenson
ENF 594 231 - 3 hrs, Fee $35
1 session, 1/26, M, 6-9pm
iPad for Beginners
Learn how to create and navigate your home
screen. Instructor will go over shortcuts and
you will learn to explore maps, e-mail and
photos. Learn about face time, the app store
and iBooks, as well as, adding music to your
iPad. iPads will be available.
Instructor: Sean Christenson
ENF 585 231 - 4 hrs, Fee $49
2 sessions, 1/21-1/28, W, 6-8pm
ENF 587 231 - 4 hrs, Fee $49
2 sessions, 5/6-5/13, W, 6-8pm
Let's Make an iMovie
NEW
This class will have you ready to head to
Hollywood! Well, not really, but you will be
well on your way. “Let’s Make An iMovie!”
will enable you to turn video clips and/
or photographs into a movie filled with
transitions, titles, and music! This class is
geared toward Mac users but iPad users
are welcome! Please bring Mac device with
iLife (iMovie) installed, pen, paper and video
clips/pictures you would like to turn into
a memorable video (optional) with you to
class. Instructor: Brandon White
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)
Flight School
The unmanned model quadcopter (drone)
aircraft revolution is here! Attend this “crash
course” to learn more about your preflight checklist for the DJI Phantom. This
remote controlled device can be equipped
with a camera to provide amazing aerial
videography and much more. This class will
cover what you need to know for hobby/
recreational use, such as proper operation,
safety, rules, and equipment information.
Learn more about this new technology!
First class will meet in a classroom for
technical review flight school and discussion
and then venture outside for a hands-on
demonstration the following Saturday.
Come explore first hand, the wave of the
future! Instructor: T.J. Redefer
ENF 215 231 - 4 hrs, Fee $49
2 sessions, 6/3, W, 6-8pm and 6/6,
S, 1:30-3:30pm
ENF 216 231 - 2 hrs, Fee $25
1 session, 3/30, M, 6-8pm
ENF 585 232 - 4 hrs, Fee $49
2 sessions, 3/4-3/11, W, 6-8pm
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Fitness
Fitness
Fitness Center
Membership
You select the day and time to work out,
we'll provide the latest cable machines, free
weights and cardio equipment. Includes
an evaluation of fitness goals and progress,
help in setting up a program and reaching
your goals, and training on how to use
equipment. Call our Fitness Center at 302259-6066 to set up your orientation. Youth
ages 12-17 must be accompanied by an
adult and a release form must be signed
by a parent or guardian. Available hours:
Mon, Wed, & Thurs, 11am-7pm; Tues & Fri,
7:30am-7pm. Register and pick up your ID in
the Workforce Development Office, 8:30am4:30pm, M-F.
TAPercise
Calling all wanna be Fred Astaires or
Rockettes to “Come and Meet,” your dancin’
feet and “Shuffle off to Buffalo.” Exercise and
have fun! Designed for beginners. If you can
clap and snap, you can TAP. Tap shoes are not
required. No class on 2/26.
Instructor: Cathy Jansen
ENR 267 231 - 6 hrs, Fee $39
6 sessions, 1/29-3/12, Th, 7-8pm
ENR 267 232 - 6 hrs, Fee $39
6 sessions, 3/19-4/23, Th, 7-8pm
Fitness Classes
Fencing for the Beginner
(Ages 13 & Up)
ENR 284 201 Fast Track to Fitness
(Ages 12 & Up) - One Month, Fee $29
Work with Dave Griffin, a highly experienced
instructor from the Baltimore Fencing
Center, to try your hand at the Olympic sport
of fencing! Equipment will be provided.
Traditional drilling techniques and games
to learn basic footwork, bladework and
bouting. Please wear athletic attire (T-shirt,
sweatpants, sneakers) and bring a water
bottle to class. Class held at Powerhouse
Gym in Seaford. No class on 5/5.
Dance Fitness
ENR 602 271 - 6 hrs, Fee $95
6 sessions, 2/17-3/24, T, 7-8pm
Beginner Line Dancing
ENR 602 272 - 6 hrs, Fee $95
6 sessions, 4/28-6/9, T, 7-8pm
ENR 215 201 Individuals, Fee $99
ENR 216 201/ENR 217 201 Family, Head of
Household plus 3 dependents, Fee $199
ENR 575 201 Drop-In—1 session, Fee $5
“Boot scoot” your way to fun in this
instructional line dancing class. Learn all
the latest dances in addition to the “oldies
but goodies.” Wear comfortable shoes and
prepare to have fun. “It’s electric!...boogie
Woogie”! Instructor: John Martin
ENR 275 231 - 12 hrs, Fee $65
6 sessions, 2/5-3/12, Th, 6:30-8:30pm
ENR 275 232 - 12 hrs, Fee $65
6 sessions, 4/2-5/7, Th, 6:30-8:30pm
Golf Lessons
This course is designed to teach everything
you’ll need to play golf in just a few lessons.
Golf professionals will show that there are
lots of ways to play by combining fun, friends
and fitness. Each session will focus on the
various golf skills you will use while playing.
In addition to learning the basics, you will be
guided onto the golf course to put your skills
into action in a casual, friendly setting. Class
held at the Rookery in Milton.
ENR 200 271 - 6 hrs, Fee $149
6 sessions, 3/24-4/28, T, 4:30-5:30pm
Horseback Riding, Beginner
(Ages 15 & Up)
Learn basics of safety, stable management,
and equestrian skills. Horse/tack equipment
furnished. Please wear pants and closedtoe shoes or boots with at least a 1/2-inch
heel. Class held at Singletree Stables indoor
riding ring in Seaford, DE. Visit www.
singletreestables.com for more information.
Instructor: Mollie Esterson
ENR 204 271 - 4 hrs, Fee $59
4 sessions, 2/11-3/4, W, 6-7pm
ENR 204 272 - 4 hrs, Fee $59
4 sessions, 3/18-4/8, W, 6-7pm
ENR 204 273 - 4 hrs, Fee $59
4 sessions, 4/22-5/13, W, 6-7pm
ENR 204 274 - 4 hrs, Fee $59
4 sessions, 5/27-6/17, W, 6-7pm
Men’s Basketball (Ages 16 & Up)
Dribble, pass and shoot your way to a good
time. No instruction, just organized fun. No
class on 3/17. Instructor: Curtis Brock
ENR 202 231 - 20 hrs, Fee $69
10 sessions, 1/13-3/24, T, 7:30-9:30pm
Mind and Body Yoga
Relieve stress and develop focus through
yoga. Learn basic yoga postures, poses and
breathing techniques that are designed
to ease areas of tension, improve body
flexibility, balance, and increase strength.
You will also practice relaxation techniques
such as guided meditation, which will in
enhance overall body awareness, assist in
quieting the mind, refreshing the body, and
creating a sense of calmness in daily life.
Give yourself or someone you know the
gift of relaxation! No experience necessary.
Please bring yoga mat to class.
Instructor: Victoria Jensen
ENR 234 231 - 6 hrs, Fee $55
6 sessions, 1/21-2/25, W, 6-7pm
ENR 234 232 - 6 hrs, Fee $55
6 sessions, 4/22-5/27, W, 6-7pm
ENR 200 272 - 6 hrs, Fee $149
6 sessions, 4/17-5/22, F, 10am-11am
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Kids On Campus
Tai Chi, Level I
This great exercise combines the use of the
mind, body and spirit into graceful and slow
movements. The yang short form will be
used. Instructor: Tony Burton
ENR 243 231 - 6 hrs, Fee $49
6 sessions, 1/27-3/3, T, 6-7pm
ENR 243 232 - 6 hrs, Fee $49
6 sessions, 3/17-4/21, T, 6-7pm
ENR 243 233 - 6 hrs, Fee $49
6 sessions, 5/5-6/9, T, 6-7pm
ENR 243 231 - 6 hrs, Fee $49
6 sessions, 6/23-7/28, T, 6-7pm
Tai Chi, Level II
This is a continuation of Tai Chi Level I.
Prerequisite: Students must have taken two
sessions of Tai Chi, Level I class.
Instructor: Tony Burton
ENR 245 231 - 6 hrs, Fee $49
6 sessions, 1/27-3/3, T, 7-8pm
ENR 245 232 - 6 hrs, Fee $49
6 sessions, 3/17-4/21, T, 7-8pm
Kids On Campus
Pet 101 , My Buddy and Me
(Ages 5-9)
ARC Babysitter Training with
Pediatric CPR/First Aid
(Ages 11-15)
The “My Buddy and Me” program has been
created specifically for young children. The
main objective of this program is to teach
children about safety and care of companion
pets through presentation, song and a
special appearance by the world’s most
loveable dog, “Dolly Dimples”. Children
often want to have a pet in the family, but
understand nothing or little about proper
care of the pet, leaving all the work to
their parents. This program encourages
children to want to help care for their pet
on an active, daily basis. All children will
receive a Dolly and Friends Activity Book,
autographed by the Doggie Diva herself,
“Dolly Dimples.” Requirement: Students
must be accompanied by an adult.
Instructor: Guy Weidner-Ahorrio
ENR 233 271 - 4 hrs, Fee $119
4 sessions, 2/2-2/23, M, 4:30-5:30pm
Gain skills and confidence to safely and
responsibly care for children and infants
through hands-on activities and lively
discussions. Be able to handle emergencies
such as injuries, illnesses and household
accidents. This training will help participants
to develop leadership skills; learn how
to develop a babysitting business, keep
themselves and others safe and help
children behave; and learn about basic child
care and basic first aid. Students receive a
handbook packed with information and
full-color skill sheets, a compact emergency
reference guide and an interactive CD-ROM.
Certificate of completion will be mailed after
class concludes. Please bring a bagged lunch
to class. Instructor: Patricia Hill
ENR 233 272 - 4 hrs, Fee $119
4 sessions, 3/4-3/25, W, 4:30-5:30pm
EYU 201 261 - 10 hrs, 1 CEUs, Fee $99
2 sessions, 5/2-5/9, S, 8:30am-1:30pm
ENR 245 233 - 6 hrs, Fee $49
6 sessions, 5/5-6/9, T, 7-8pm
ENR 245 231 - 6 hrs, Fee $49
6 sessions, 6/23-7/28, T, 7-8pm
Tennis for Adults
Learn or re-learn the fundamentals of tennis.
Refresh your game and improve your skills
with this class. Make new friends, enjoy
great fitness and have a swinging good
time! Class held at the Dave Marshall Tennis
and Fitness Center at The Plantations in
Lewes.
ENR 233 273 - 4 hrs, Fee $119
4 sessions, 4/6-4/27, M, 4:30-5:30pm
ENR 233 274 - 4 hrs, Fee $119
4 sessions, 5/6-5/27, W, 4:30-5:30pm
ENR 233 271 - 4 hrs, Fee $119
4 sessions, 6/1-6/22, M, 4:30-5:30pm
NEW
ENU 868 261 - 1 hr, Fee $29
1 session, 3/14-3/14, S, 10-11am
The natural instinct of curiosity
and compassion in children leaves
them at higher risk of bites from
dogs and other companion pets.
According to the Centers for Disease
Control (CDC), 4.5 million Americans
are bitten by dogs each year and
children ages 5 to 9 years of age
account for half of the bite victims.
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Kids Fitness
Kids Fitness
Fencing for the Beginner
(Ages 8-12)
Work with Dave Griffin, a highly experienced
instructor from the Baltimore Fencing
Center, to try your hand at the Olympic sport
of fencing! Equipment will be provided.
Traditional drilling techniques and games
to learn basic footwork, bladework, and
bouting. Please wear athletic attire (T-shirt,
sweatpants, sneakers) and bring a water
bottle to class. Class held at Powerhouse
Gym in Seaford. No class on 5/5.
ENU 687 271 - 6 hrs, Fee $95
6 sessions, 2/17-3/24, T, 6-7pm
ENU 687 272 - 6 hrs, Fee $95
6 sessions, 4/28-6/9, T, 6-7pm
Horseback Riding, Beginner
(Ages 8-14)
Learn basics of safety, stable management
and equestrian skills. Horse/tack equipment
furnished. Please wear pants and closed-toe
shoes or boots with at least a 1/2 inch heel.
Class held at Singletree Stables indoor riding
ring in Seaford. Visit www.singletreestables.
com for more information. No class on 4/4.
Instructor: Mollie Esterson
ENU 201 271 - 4 hrs, Fee $59
4 sessions, 1/17-2/7, S, noon-1pm
ENU 201 272 - 4 hrs, Fee $59
4 sessions, 2/21-3/14, S, noon-1pm
ENU 201 273 - 4 hrs, Fee $59
4 sessions, 3/28-4/25, S, noon-1pm
ENU 201 274 - 4 hrs, Fee $59
4 sessions, 5/9-5/30, S, noon-1pm
Tennis (Ages 7-18)
Learn the fundamentals of tennis or refresh
your game and improve your skills with this
class. Make new friends, enjoy great fitness
and have a swinging good time! Class held
at the Dave Marshall Tennis and Fitness
Center at The Plantations in Lewes.
Spring Break Camp
April 6-10, 2015
Explore a variety of enrichment activities throughout spring break,
while experiencing the college environment. Each program has
been designed to be educational and entertaining and is staffed
by professional educators and camp counselors.
Activities Include:
Arts and crafts
Guided computer use
Athletics, games and activities daily
Guest speakers from the college and local community
organizations
Science experiments and technology activities
Campers need to wear sneakers and bring a snack and lunch daily.
Extended Care is available from 8-9 a.m. and/or 4-5 p.m. if needed.
Ages 6-8: ENU 869 201 (35 hrs)
Ages 9-12: ENU 870 201 (35 hrs)
ENU 811 271 - 4 hrs, Fee $119
4 sessions, 2/2-2/23, M, 4:30-5:30pm
5 sessions, 4/6-4/10, MTWThF, 9am-4pm
ENU 811 272 - 4 hrs, Fee $119
4 sessions, 3/4-3/25, W, 4:30-5:30pm
Fee: $199 per child
ENU 811 273 - 4 hrs, Fee $119
4 sessions, 4/6-4/27, M, 4:30-5:30pm
ENU 811 274 - 4 hrs, Fee $119
4 sessions, 5/6-5/27, W, 4:30-5:30pm
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Enrichment
Lifelong Learning • Enrichment • Engagement
Enrichment
Basic Computer Class
Lifelong Learning • Enrichment • Engagement
Welcome to Encore! Our former Adult Plus program is now
Encore. In this era of lifelong learning, our emphasis is on
consistently developing quality programs and services geared
toward individuals aged 50 and older. Encore is dedicated
to serving the educational, cultural and social interests of
its members through courses, trips, events, and exclusive
membership benefits.
Annual membership fee of $39 entitles you to
these great perks!
• Encore member-only classes covering a wide spectrum of
interests including art, history, financial and retirement
planning, fitness, and much more
• FREE Fitness Center Membership
• Your own Delaware Tech e-mail address
• Access to discounted educational software such as
Microsoft Office
• $10 discount on our great trips all over the mid-Atlantic
• Discounted rates on non-Encore Personal
Enrichment courses
• Invitations to special events on campus
• Free one-time admission to Treasures of the Sea Museum
• Monthly Lunch and Learn Seminars
Do you have a laptop or desktop computer?
Learn the basics from turning it on to how
to make Windows work for you. Learn to
drag and drop, cut and paste and perform
other Windows operations. Keep in contact
with your friends and family. This computer
class will help you become comfortable and
confident using your computer.
Instructor: Richard Taylor
ENQ 812 201 - 8 hrs, Fee $69
4 sessions, 3/16-3/25, M&W, 10am-noon
Happy Life, Healthy Cooking
Enjoy three hands-on classes featuring
low-fat and low-carb breakfast, lunch, and
dinner recipes and tastings. Designed for
those who wish to live a healthier lifestyle,
this course provides tips on reducing
calories while adding taste through the use
of herbs, spices, cooking techniques and
substitutions. Discussions will include menu
development for diet-related conditions,
MyPlate, farm to table initiative and cooking
for a healthier life style. Bring your apron but
it's not required to cook. Students receive
recipe packet. Tuition includes $35 supplies
fee. Instructor: Carolyn “Bonnie” Aronson,
PhD, Certified Executive Chef & Instructor
ENQ 813 201 - 6 hrs, Fee $129
3 sessions, 2/3-2/17, T, 2-4pm
Identity Protection in the
Information Age
It’s more challenging than ever to protect
one’s identity and assets from increasingly
tech-savvy thieves and scam artists. Cpl.
Michael Venero of the Delaware State Police
will share strategies for safeguarding your
valuable personal information both online
and offline, as well as steps to take if you are
the victim of a security breach.
Instructor: Michael Venero
ENQ 814 201 - 3 hrs, Fee $25
1 session, 3/12, Th, 1-4pm
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Encore
Enrichment
Using your iPad or iPhone
Starting from the basics, we’ll take it nice
and slow to introduce you to the wonderful
things your idevice can do. We will cover
buttons, standard apps, tips, tricks and more.
Instructor: Sean Christenson
ENQ 818 231 - 4 hrs, Fee $45
2 sessions, 4/22-4/29, W, 6-8pm
Writing Your Memoirs
Everyone has a story to tell. No matter what
kind of life you’ve led, there’s bound to be
something fascinating about it, which is
why the memoir is such a popular genre. In
this course, you will learn how to focus your
life stories and give them literary purpose,
as well as how to craft all the elements
necessary for an engaging read. You will
explore how best to tell your life story.
Instructor: Lisa Marling
ENQ 819 201 - 6 hrs, Fee $79
3 sessions, 4/17-5/1, F, noon-2pm
Investing 101
Maximizing Social Security
What, in layman’s terms, are stocks, bonds,
mutual funds, and ETF’s? This introductory
level course will explain what each of these
investments are and how they work. Most
importantly, learn how to make your money
work for you. Instructor: Carrie Dupuie
This workshop teaches “baby boomers”
how to maximize their Social Security with
strategic planning for the future. Focus
areas will include understanding the value
of Social Security, whether or not Social
Security will be there, spousal benefits/
divorced/survivor, when you should apply,
Social Security planning for women, couples,
and more. Instructor: Carrie Dupuie
ENQ 815 231 - 2 hrs, Fee $25
1 session, 3/18, W, 6-8pm
Landscaping Southern Delaware
Have you recently moved to Southern
Delaware and wonder what types of plants
grow best here? Or maybe you’re a lifelong
resident who wants to boost your green
thumb. Learn all about landscaping in
Southern Delaware, including soil and perc
testing in your yard, choices for amending
your soils, composting, choosing coastal
plantings that survive storms, native versus
ornamental plant choices, tree selection,
and how to propagate plants from cuttings
and lawn care. Instructor: Madeleine Russell
ENQ 816 201 - 6 hrs, Fee $79
2 sessions, 4/27-4/29, M&W, 1-4pm
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ENQ 228 231 - 2 hrs, Fee $25
1 session, 1/28, W, 6-8pm
Understanding Annuities
Everything you wanted to know about
annuities but didn’t know to ask. We will
discuss what an annuity is, the different
types, fees, charges and pros and cons. You’ll
receive a worksheet that will help determine
if an annuity is the right investment for you.
This is a great course if you have an annuity
or are looking at purchasing an annuity.
Instructor: Carrie Dupuie
ENQ 817 231 - 2 hrs, Fee $25
1 session, 2/18, W, 6-8pm
Your Amazing Brain
Your Amazing Brain will explore how
thoughts are organized, how to think
creatively, and how to communicate more
effectively with those around you. You’ll
develop better listening skills and the ability
to express yourself more clearly.
Instructor: Rob Harris
ENQ 820 201 - 4 hrs, Fee $49
2 sessions, 3/9-3/11, M&W, 10am-noon
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MORE GREAT
CLASSES?
Check out our
Personal Enrichment
courses on
pages 22-33.
Encore members
get a discount!
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Explore
Lifelong Learning • Enrichment • Engagement
Explore
We have an exciting new program
that is part of our Encore membership!
Encore Explore offers members a series of
educational adventures that start with
an expert lecture and conclude with a
field trip to a related site. If you have any
questions, please call Krista Knapp at
302-259-6342.
University of Delaware Marine
Center Tour
Join us for an educational and engaging
tour of the University of Delaware College
of Earth, Ocean and Environment’s
research complex in Lewes. Learn about
how researchers explore the local coastal
environment as well as topics such as
managing marshes and fisheries, harnessing
wind energy, coping with climate change
and sea level rise, biodiesel fuels, and oceanbottom geyser ecosystems. Tuition includes
lunch after tour.
ENQ 828 271 - Fee $55
1 session, 3/10, T, 9am-2pm
Women in Lewes
Cemeteries of Lewes
From the founding of Lewes in 1631, to the
founding of the Lewes Historical Society
in 1961, into modern day, the roles and
lives of women in the “First Town in the
First State” have played a crucial role in the
development of the town’s history. Learn
about the varied trials and tribulations
faced by Lewes Town women in different
eras such as the Revolutionary War in the
18th century to the Menhaden Fishing
Industry in the 20th century. Discover the
matriarchs alongside the lesser known
feminine characters of Lewes like Miss Lil'
and the mystery woman aboard the DeBraak
shipwreck. Meets at Lewes Historical Society
Schoolhouse. Lunch included in tuition.
Lewes Cemeteries are unique. All the
cemeteries, except for a few small family
cemeteries are church-based. Each of the
occupants of the many graves have stories
that can be told of them. Learn the stories of
several people and their part in the history
of the Lewes area. Lecture at 10am at DTCC;
lunch in Lewes followed by tour of Lewes
Historical Society.
ENQ 829 271 - Fee $79
1 session, 3/20, F, 10am-3pm
Seafood Savvy
Seafood is good for you! Learn all about
selecting safe and sustainable fish and
shellfish. Find out how to keep it safe and
nutritious. Taste how easy it is to prepare at
home. Taught by a seafood specialist from
the Delaware Sea Grant Program. Class
meets at University of Delaware Marine
Advisory Service, Cannon Lab Room 104,
700 Pilottown Road, Lewes, DE 19958.
Instructor: Doris Hicks
ENQ 821 271 - Fee $79
1 session, 3/27, F, 10am-3pm
Delaware During World War II
Learn about the fascinating history of
Delaware during World War II followed by a
tour of Fort Miles, one of the strongest coastal
forts ever built and the largest of the East
Coast combat-ready posts. Lecture at DTCC
the first day. On the second day we’ll meet at
Fort Miles for a tour. Instructor: Gary Wray
ENQ 822 271 - Fee $49
2 sessions, 4/13-4/14, M&T, 10am-noon
ENQ 825 271 - Fee $39
1 session, 3/23, M, 10am-noon
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Encore
Fitness
Oystering and Aquaculture in the
Chesapeake and Delaware Bays
Louise du Pont Crowninshield of
the du Ponts of Delaware
This course begins with a lecture covering
the history of oystering in the Chesapeake
and Delaware Bays. We will discuss
aquaculture as a mechanism for economic
development, improving water quality
and restoring oyster populations. We will
examine the differences between practices
in Delaware and Maryland. On the second
day, enjoy a field trip across the Delaware
Bay on the Cape May/Lewes Ferry where
we’ll visit the Bayshore Center’s museum
and enjoy a catered lunch at the Oyster
Cracker Cafe in Bivalve, New Jersey. Lecture
at DTCC the first day. Field trip departs DTCC
at 7:30am; departs NJ at 4pm.
Instructor: Madeleine Russell
Join us for a lecture exploring the life of
Louise Crowninshield, the sister of Henry
Francis duPont. Raised at Winterthur,
she and her brother became well-known
collectors and scholars of Americana. While
H.F. was forming what would later become
Winterthur Museum, Louise was helping to
lay the groundwork for what would become
America’s historic preservation movement.
Her work is recognized as having been of
key importance to organizations such as
the National Park Service and the Salem
Maritime Complex. After the lecture, we will
tour two du Pont properties. Tuition includes
entrance fees to Hagley and Winterthur
plus lunch. Departs DTCC at 7am, departs
Wilmington at 5pm. Instructor: Kim Burdick
ENQ 824 271 - Fee $129
2 sessions, 4/22, W, 1-4pm and 4/23, Th,
7:30am-4pm
The Nanticoke and Their Cousins
in Delaware and New Jersey
Dr. Cara Blume will lecture on the history of
the Nanticoke and Lenape Tribes in Delaware
and New Jersey. After the lecture, we’ll travel
via bus to Long Neck, to visit the Nanticoke
Indian Museum. Bring your own lunch or dine
in the Delaware Tech cafeteria. Trip departs
DTCC at 1pm, departs Long Neck at 4pm.
Instructor: Cara Blume
ENQ 827 271 - Fee $49
1 session, 4/30, Th, 10am-4pm
ENQ 823 271 - Fee $125
1 session, 5/1, F, 7am-5pm
The Glorious American Musical
Lifelong Learning • Enrichment • Engagement
Fitness
Arthritis Aquatics
This course provides water exercise designed
to help with specific symptoms associated
with with arthritis pain. Co-sponsored with
Encore and the Arthritis Foundation. Please
wear a bathing suit under clothes you will be
in the water from 11:15am to 12:15pm. Due
to conflicts at Howard T. Ennis School, where
the class is held, occasionally the pool must
close on short notice.
ENQ 221 271 - Fee $19
2/18-6/10, M&W, 11:15am-12:15pm
ENQ 221 271 - Fee $19
6/15-10/7, M&W, 11:15am-12:15pm
Zumba
The American musical evolved in the 20th
century from vaudeville through rock.
One of America’s greatest contributions to
world culture, the musical gives us not only
immortal music and song but also mirrors
major events and turning points. Learn all
about the history of the American musical
during the morning’s lecture, then join us
for the unforgettable Broadway classic “Guys
and Dolls” at the DuPont Theatre. Tickets are
included in tuition. Independent lunch on
the way to Wilmington. Lecture at 8:30am
at DTCC; Trip departs at 10am; departs
Wilmington at 4pm.
Instructor: Lenore Mussoff
Zumba is a fitness program that combines
Latin and international music with dance
moves. Zumba routines incorporate interval
training — alternating fast and slow rhythms
— and resistance training. An aerobic activity,
Zumba can count toward the 150 minutes
a week of moderate aerobic activity or 75
minutes a week of vigorous aerobic activity
recommended for most healthy adults by the
Department of Health and Human Services.
Aerobic exercise reduces health risks, keeps
excess pounds at bay, strengthens your heart
and boosts your mood. If you enjoy Zumba,
you’re also more likely to do it regularly —
and experience its benefits as an aerobic
exercise. Instructor: Heather York
ENQ 826 271 - Fee $125
1 session, 5/13, W, 8:30am-4pm
ENQ 965 261 - 6 hrs, Fee $49
6 sessions, 2/14-3/21, S, 8-9am
ENQ 965 262 - 4 hrs, Fee $35
4 sessions, 4/18-5/9, S, 8-9am
Tour Guide Certificate
Course consists of a combination of lectures, field excursions, and practical activities
aimed at equipping participants with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills
to work as local tour guides. This course caters to those who have a passion for
tourism destination marketing and a desire to gain employment in the tourism
industry. No class on 4/6. Saturday sessions are field trips which will depart from
the Owens Campus. Instructor: Carolyn Bonnie Aronson
EYD 204 231 - 27 hrs, 2.7 CEUs, Fee $219
8 sessions, 3/9-4/20, M, 6-9pm; 3/28, S, 9am-noon and 4/18, S, 9am-3pm
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Lunch and Learn
Horseback Riding, Beginning
Senior Circuit
Silver Yoga
Have fun and learn basics of safety, stable
management and equestrian skills. Horse/
tack equipment furnished. Please wear pants
and shoes or boots with at least a half-inch
heel. Held at Singletree Stables indoor riding
ring in Seaford. Visit www.singletreestables.
net for more information.
Instructor: Mollie Esterson
Ready, set, get fit! Built for the over-fifty
individual, this twice weekly program
enables you to enhance cardiovascular
endurance and muscle tone while getting
fit at your own pace. The program takes
you through 10-12 exercises on a rotating
basis and allows you to work at your level
of fitness, providing a rewarding, social
environment for exercise. Held at the
Rehoboth Beach YMCA.
Specialized yoga classes for older adults with
modifications for everyone, and emphasis
on topics such as relaxation, flexibility and
strength, balance and injury prevention
and improved memory and focus. This class
is designed to encompass all learning and
ability levels. It is also suitable for anyone with
physical limitations, injuries, etc. Please bring
your own yoga mat. Instructor: Victoria Jensen
ENQ 918 271 - 4 hrs, Fee $55
4 sessions, 1/27-2/17, T, 8-9am
ENQ 941 273 - 16 hrs, Fee $49
16 sessions, 1/6-2/26, T&Th, 11am-noon
ENQ 918 272 - 4 hrs, Fee $55
4 sessions, 3/3-3/24, T, 8-9am
ENQ 941 271 - 16 hrs, Fee $49
16 sessions, 3/3-4/23, T&Th, 11am-noon
ENQ 918 273 - 4 hrs, Fee $55
4 sessions, 4/7-4/28, T, 8-9am
ENQ 918 274 - 4 hrs, Fee $55
4 sessions, 5/12-6/2, T, 8-9am
ENQ 232 201 - 6 hrs, Fee $49
6 sessions, 1/13-2/17, T, 9:30-10:30am
ENQ 232 202 - 6 hrs, Fee $49
6 sessions, 1/15-2/19, Th, 9:30-10:30am
ENQ 232 203 - 6 hrs, Fee $49
6 sessions, 2/24-3/31, T, 9:30-10:30am
ENQ 232 204 - 6 hrs, Fee $49
6 sessions, 2/26-4/2, Th, 9:30-10:30am
Lunch and Learn Seminars
Lifelong Learning • Enrichment • Engagement
Bring your lunch and your brain! We’ll listen to a guest lecturer
present and then open the floor for questions and discussion.
Please call 302-259-6329 to register.
FREE!
January
April
Topic: Humor Through Literature
(Mental Wellness Month)
Speaker: Lenore Mussoff
Topic: Of Heaven, War and Poetry
(National Poetry Month)
July
Speaker: Jean Hull Herman
Topic: Food Lore: Scrapple,
Muskrat and More
Speaker: Ed Okonowicz
ENQ 800 201 - 2 hrs, FREE
1 session, 1/21, W, 11am-1pm
ENQ 803 201 - 2 hrs, FREE
1 session, 4/15, W, 11am-1pm
ENQ 806 201 - 2 hrs, FREE
1 session, 7/15, W, 11am-1pm
February
May
August
Topic: Delaware Black History
(Black History Month)
Topic: Stories Worth Repeating
(Older Americans/Senior Citizens Month)
Speaker: Dr. James E. Newton
Speaker: Sharon Moore
ENQ 801 201 - 2 hrs, FREE
1 session, 2/18, W, 11am-1pm
ENQ 804 201 - 2 hrs, FREE
1 session, 5/20, W, 11am-1pm
March
June
Topic: Voters at Last
(Women’s History Month)
Topic: Keeping Your Brain in Peak
Condition
Speaker: Michael Dixon
Facilitator: Krista Knapp
ENQ 802 201 - 2 hrs, FREE
1 session, 3/18, W, 11am-1pm
ENQ 805 201 - 2 hrs, FREE
1 session, 6/17, W, 11am-1pm
Topic: Saving Family Treasures
(Family Heritage Month)
Speaker: Michael Dixon
ENQ 807 201 - 2 hrs, FREE
1 session, 8/19, W, 11am-1pm
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Road Scholar
Road Scholar
The Golden Age of American
Musicals and Radio - That’s
Entertainment!
Explore the World With Road Scholar and
Delaware Technical Community College
Road Scholar, the not-for-profit leader in educational travel since 1975, offers 5,500
educational tours in all 50 states and 150 countries for adults ages 40 plus. Alongside
local and renowned experts, experience in-depth and behind-the-scenes learning
opportunities. Road Scholar inspires adults to learn, discover and travel.
Delaware Technical Community College partners with Road Scholar to provide programs
in Rehoboth Beach and Ocean City, M.D. Attendees come in from around the country and
we also offer a commuter rate for those wishing to travel over daily to participate in group
activities and meals. While you can register for programs all over the world, we invite
you to especially check out our local educational adventures organized by Workforce
Development and Community Education, which are coming up this spring:
The Du Ponts of Delaware:
Landscapes and Legacies
NEW
One of the most prominent and wealthy
families in America, the Du Ponts, are also
one of the most private and elusive. From
their noble origins in France to the humble
beginnings of their gunpowder mill along
the banks of the Brandywine River, learn
how the family built an industrial empire
dedicated to innovations in chemistry and
engineering headquartered in Wilmington.
Field trips to Du Pont properties as well
as expert-led lectures will reveal the
personalities behind the name du Pont
as well as the many ways the company
influenced the course of American history.
Discover the significant contributions and
enduring legacy of the Du Pont family, set
against the backdrop of luxurious mansions
and beautiful gardens.
Tee Time on Delmarva: Small
Group Golf Instruction
Learn golf basics or take your game to
the next level through golf clinics taught
by local professionals from the Original
Golf School. You’ll enjoy daily on-course
instruction in small groups led by
experienced Original Golf School pros while
lodging in outstanding accommodations on
the beach overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
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Watercolor at the Beach
Take your watercolor painting to the next
level, joining nationally known artist Nancy
Ellen Thompson for encouraging instruction
in the techniques of watercolor. Whether you
are new to the medium or an experienced
painter, be assured that you will discover a
new — or renewed — passion for watercolor
painting in the settings of natural beauty.
Foods of Italy & Songs of
America: Best of Both Worlds
The mouthwatering cuisine of Italy and the
captivating works of the American musical
theatre are universally embraced for their
power to engage and satisfy the senses.
Feed your spirit and your body with this
fast-paced romp along the famed Eastern
Shore. Interwoven through the program
are exciting lectures and concerts on
memorable musicals created by the 20th
Century giants of Broadway and Hollywood.
Delaware on the Front Lines
and Women Spies: From the
American Revolution to WWII
Delaware has been a strategic point of
military defense for the United States since
the country’s very beginnings — from the
American Revolution to World War II and
beyond. Take a fresh look into the military
history of “The First State” as historians and
military experts share their insight into the
military intelligence and espionage during
the Revolutionary War, Civil War, and WWII.
Journey from the 1920s to the 1950s
to experience the “Golden Age” for
American music, its musicals, and radio
communication. The Brothers Gershwin and
Fred Astaire created many unforgettable
Broadway shows and musicals. The
American Musical was evolving into a genre
that would capture the world’s admiration
and attention. Experience the highlights
of this glorious time while relaxing by the
lovely Delaware seaside!
Birding the Delmarva Peninsula
by Kayak
The shorelines, bays, and inlets of Maryland
and Virginia are prime habitats for a
myriad of bird species and other wildlife.
Add to your birding life-list as you explore
the tranquil waterways of the Delmarva
Peninsula via kayak and hiking trails with the
help of a seasoned naturalist and kayaking
instructors. Round out this exciting outdoor
adventure with a series of lectures by local
experts.
Seafood and Shipwrecks:
Bounty Beneath the Sea
Set out to explore the Delmarva’s colorful
maritime past featuring shipwrecks,
piracy and seamen through the ages
while enjoying its legendary seafood and
charming ocean side ambiance. Learn about
the region’s fishing industry and acquire
helpful tips on how to purchase and prepare
seafood. Visit maritime museums and a
marine studies laboratory for firsthand
insights into coastal history and lifestyles,
and hone your palate for wine comparison
and pairing with a tasting at a well-known
vineyard.
For more information, visit Road
Scholar’s website at roadscholar.
org or call 1-877-426-8056. Details
on the local programs listed above
can be discussed with Wendy Feller
by calling 302-259-6366. We look
forward to welcoming you on your
next adventure!
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Trips
Travel with Delaware Tech
DON'T RISK DISAPPOINTMENT. REGISTER FOR TRIPS EARLY!
Refunds for trips are as noted.
PLEASE NOTE:
Trips will depart from Delaware Tech, Stephen J. Betze Library parking lot.
Meals are independent unless otherwise noted.
TRIP DISCLAIMER:
Delaware Tech is not responsible for any loss, cost, injury, expense or damage to you or your property
incurred in connection with any trip. We suggest you do not leave personal belongings aboard the bus
while you are touring your destination. The College assumes no responsibility for loss or damage.
Starting Jan. 1, we’ll be sending e-mail reminders for upcoming trips.
Be sure to give your e-mail address when you register!
Lewes and Lunch – 2/11
Take a step back in history as we visit the
beginnings of the First Town in the First State.
We’ll go on a tour at the Lewes Historical
Society and then enjoy a delightful lunch
(included in price) at a quaint downtown
Lewes restaurant.
2/11, W, Departs DTCC at 9:30am; departs
Lewes at 1:30pm. Refund available prior
to 1/12.
ENS 771 271
Encore Members, $49
ENS 789 271
General Public, $59
“Steel Magnolias” at Clear Space
Theatre – 2/15
Wilmington and Western
Railroad – 2/21
The quintessential story of friendship and
trust, Steel Magnolias serves up a southern
slice of life that’s as warm and comforting
as sweet potato pie! In the world of Truvy’s
local, homegrown beauty salon, six very
different women come together to share
their secrets, fears and love for one another
while engaging the audience in hysterical
and neighborly gossip.
2/15, Su, Departs DTCC at 2pm; departs
Rehoboth at 5:30pm. Refund available prior
to 1/15.
ENS 202 271
Encore Members, $39
ENS 203 271
General Public, $49
All aboard “The Paul Revere,” a 1929 Pullman
Standard Doodlebug motor car for a scenic
journey through the Brandywine landscape.
We’ll travel to the Hunter’s Den Restaurant
where we’ll enjoy a fabulous dinner before
heading back on the Doodlebug to the
station. Dinner included in price.
2/21, S, Departs DTCC at 3pm; departs
Wilmington at 9pm. Refund available
prior 1/21.
ENS 205 271
Encore Members, $99
ENS 210 271
General Public, $109
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Travel and Culture
Trips
Philadelphia Flower Show – 3/1
Experience the stunning juxtaposition of art
and horticulture at the world’s oldest and
largest indoor flower show. Treat yourself
to lectures by experts, how-to gardening
workshops, live entertainment, and culinary
demonstrations amidst beautiful blooms!
Independent lunch.
3/1, Su, Departs DTCC at 8am; departs
Philadelphia 4pm. Refund available prior
to 2/2.
ENS 572 271
Encore Members, $99
ENS 571 271
General Public, $109
9/11 Memorial and Museum
in New York City – 3/25
“Funny Girl” at the Dutch Apple
Dinner Theatre – 3/29
For a day to remember, visit the 9/11
Memorial and new Museum. The Memorial
is a national tribute of remembrance and
honor to the 2,983 people killed in the
terror attacks on September 11, 2001, and
February 26, 1993. Free time to explore
lower Manhattan. Independent lunch.
3/25, W, Departs DTCC at 7am; departs NYC
at 6:30pm. Refund available prior to 2/25.
ENS 768 271
Encore Members, $99
ENS 797 271
General Public, $109
Enjoy a delightful lunch and show at the
Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre! Fanny Brice
ruled Broadway as Ziegfeld’s brightest
star and brought the house down as an
outrageous comedienne and singer. Fanny
became a star, fell in love and married Nick
Arnstein, a handsome gambler whose luck
didn’t hold up. Hear hits “Don’t Rain On My
Parade,” “Who Are You Now?” and the Barbra
Streisand classic “People.”
3/29, Su, Departs DTCC at 8am; departs PA at
4pm. Refund available prior to 2/28.
ENS 246 271
Encore Members, $119
ENS 266 271
General Public, $129
“Chicago” at the
Hippodrome – 3/7
An Adventurous Day in
New York City– 3/25
Travel back in time to the Roaring Twenties,
the days of flappers, prohibition, and all that
jazz! Phenomenal music and dancing make
this Broadway show the #1 longest-running
American musical in Broadway history. We’ll
enjoy an independent lunch in Baltimore
before the show.
3/7, S, Departs DTCC at 9am; departs MD at
5pm. Refund available prior to 2/7.
ENS 221 271
Encore Members, $139
ENS 227 271
General Public, $149
Spend a day in Manhattan doing whatever
you choose! Maps will be distributed. Please
confirm trip prior to purchasing Broadway
tickets.
3/25, W, Departs DTCC at 7am; departs NYC
at 6:30pm. Refund available prior to 2/25.
ENS 245 271
Encore Members, $65
ENS 244 271
General Public, $75
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“Wicked” at the Hippodrome – 4/2
Wicked is the untold story of the witches of
Oz, one is beautiful and popular and the
other is smart and misunderstood. The two
unlikely friends grow up to become the
Wicked Witch of the East and Glinda the
Good Witch. Accompanied by stunning
sets and costumes as well as unforgettable
music, this show has been a crowd pleaser
for over 10 years and has won over 50 major
awards. We’ll enjoy an independent lunch in
Baltimore before the show.
4/2, Th, Departs DTCC at 9am; departs
MD at 5pm. Refund based on waiting list
availability.
ENS 249 271
Encore Members, $129
ENS 256 271
General Public, $139
The Newseum – 4/8
No other Washington D.C., attraction makes
history come alive like the Newseum. See
how the media affects our shared experience
of important moments. Get up close
and personal with historical artifacts. Go
undercover and behind the scenes in our
multimedia exhibits and 4-D theater. The
Newseum was voted one of the top things to
do in D.C. See what everyone’s talking about!
4/8, W, Departs DTCC at 7am; departs DC at
4pm. Refund available prior to 3/9.
ENS 934 271
Encore Members, $69
ENS 938 271
General Public, $79
Smithsonian – 4/8
The day is yours to stroll through the eight
museums located on the National Mall
between the Washington Monument and
the Capitol. Independent lunch. No food or
drink may be brought into the museums.
4/8, W, Departs DTCC at 7am; departs DC at
4pm. Refund available prior to 3/9.
ENS 248 271
Encore Members, $55
ENS 247 271
General Public, $65
Norfolk Botanical Gardens – 4/26
Enjoy a lovely independent day to stroll
among the fresh spring blooms at the Norfolk
Botanical Gardens. Independent lunch.
4/26, Su, Departs DTCC at 9am; departs
Norfolk at 5pm. Refund available prior to 3/26.
ENS 758 271
Encore Members, $69
ENS 756 271
General Public, $79
Trips
Virginia International Tattoo at
the Scope – 4/26
Murder Mystery Dinner
Cruise – 5/9
The Virginia International Tattoo–long
regarded as the most patriotic of the world’s
great tattoos–thrills audiences year after
year with an awe-inspiring spectacle of
music and might. A brand new show every
year, the Tattoo is more than a performance,
it is an experience. Independent lunch.
4/26, Su, Departs DTCC at 9am; departs
Norfolk at 5pm. Refund available prior to 3/26.
ENS 742 271
Encore Members, $119
ENS 741 271
General Public, $129
Who did it? Hop on board the Choptank
Riverboat for a 3-hour cruise where you’ll
enjoy dinner and a show. It’s Maryland’s own
Suicide Bridge Resaurant who caters the
event. Join us!
5/9, S, Departs DTCC at 5pm; departs MD
9pm. Refund available prior to 4/9.
ENS 263 271
Encore Members, $89
ENS 264 271
General Public, $99
An Adventurous Day in
New York – 5/6
Spend a day in Manhattan doing whatever
you choose! Maps will be distributed.
Please confirm trip prior to purchasing
Broadway tickets.
5/6, W, Departs DTCC at 7am; departs NY at
6:30pm. Refund available prior to 4/6.
ENS 245 272
Encore Members, $65
ENS 244 272
General Public, $75
The American Museum of
Natural History – 5/6
Located across from Central Park in New
York City, the American Museum of Natural
history is one of the largest and most
celebrated museums in the world with 27
interconnected buildings, 45 permanent
exhibit halls, and a planetarium. Get in touch
with your inner science nerd as you explore
its vast collection including 32 million
specimens of plants, humans, animals,
fossils, minerals, rocks, meteorites, and
human cultural artifacts. Independent lunch
and dinner.
5/6, W, Departs DTCC at 7am; departs NY at
6:30pm. Refund available prior to 4/6.
ENS 533 271
Encore Members, $99
ENS 535 271
General Public, $109
Longwood Gardens – 5/11
Welcome Spring! Enjoy an independent day
to stroll through the conservatory, ballroom,
music room, organ museum and the
magnificent world-renowned gardens.
5/11, M, Departs DTCC at 8am; departs PA
3pm. Refund available prior to 4/11.
ENS 773 271
Encore Members, $39
ENS 774 271
General Public, $49
“Guys and Dolls” at the
DuPont Theatre – 5/13
You won’t want to miss this classic American
musical at the DuPont Theatre. Bringing
to life the Broadway of the 1940’s, Guys
and Dolls showcases a world inhabited
by gamblers, nightclub performers and
members of the Salvation Army in search
of sinners to cure. With memorable songs
such as “Luck Be a Lady,” the show is one of
the biggest hits Broadway has ever seen.
Independent lunch before the show.
5/13, W, Departs DTCC at 10am; departs
Wilmington at 4:30pm. Refund available
prior to 4/13.
ENS 272 271
Encore Members, $95
ENS 286 271
General Public, $105
Love Broadway?
Join us this spring for one of our many trips to both new and
classic musicals such as Wicked, Chicago, Guys and Dolls, Funny Girl,
and Dirty Dancing. Let us take care of the hassle of driving and
parking in the city. All you have to do is ride along and enjoy
great seats to great shows!
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Travel and Culture
Trips
“Dirty Dancing” at the
Hippodrome – 5/23
Crisfield to Tangier Island Day
Cruise – 6/10
Based on the classic 80’s film, Dirty Dancing
brings heart-pounding music, passionate
romance and sensational dancing to life
on stage. The show tells the story of Baby
and Johnny, two independent spirts from
different worlds who come together despite
the odds stacked against them. We’ll enjoy
an independent lunch in Baltimore before
the show.
5/23, S, Departs DTCC at 9am; departs Baltimore
at 5pm. Refund available prior to 4/23.
ENS 298 271
Encore Members, $99
ENS 500 271
General Public, $109
All Aboard the Steven Thomas Ship! Enjoy
the beautiful Chesapeake Bay as we coast
over to Tangier Island for fun shopping
and dining. You can rent a golf cart or just
stroll along the streets as you revel in the
breathtaking sights and sounds of the sea.
Independent meal on the island.
6/10, W, Departs DTCC at 10:30am; departs
MD at 5:30pm. Refund available prior to 5/11.
ENS 265 271
Encore Members, $59
ENS 276 271
General Public, $69
A Day in the Inner Harbor – 5/23
A fun day on your own to sightsee, shop,
visit the Aquarium, Science Center or Port
Discovery. If you’d like to visit the Aquarium,
tickets should be pre-purchased online after
confirming the trip.
5/23, S, Departs DTCC at 9am; Baltimore at
5pm. Refund available prior to 4/23.
ENS 233 271
Encore Members, $49
ENS 232 271
General Public, $59
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Lavender Fields Forever – 7/9
Forget a trip to France, come see amazing
fields of fragrant and beautiful lavender in
our own backyard! Enjoy an educational
presentation on the history of lavender and
then wander through the blooming fields of
this local working farm in Milton. Includes
lunch after the tour at a local eatery.
7/9, Th, Departs DTCC at 10:30am; departs
Milton at 2pm. Refund prior to 6/9.
ENS 519 271
Encore Members, $39
ENS 523 271
General Public, $49
Eco Tour/Osprey Branding with
Cape Water Taxi – 6/25
Captain Steve will steer the group to osprey
nesting platforms where identification tags
will be placed on the osprey fledglings
before they begin to fly. This practice
allows information about the birds such as
migration patterns, life span and behaviors
to be gathered. Enjoy an unforgettable
experience on local waters!
6/25, Th, Depart DTCC at 8am; depart Rehoboth
at 11am. Refund available prior to 5/26.
ENS 506 271
Encore Members, $49
ENS 509 271
General Public, $59
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We offer a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely over the Internet.
All of our courses are led by expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors.
Our online courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and geared just for you.
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Prepare for a career as a medical billing and coding professional.
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The Owens Campus can be reached from most
surrounding areas within 45 minutes. We are
conveniently situated at the major traffic arteries of
U.S.113 and Seashore Highway, Route 18/404. The
campus serves as a prime location for events in the
county with plenty of free parking adjacent to the facility.
Onsite Catering
Arrangements can be made directly with our contracted
caterers when scheduling your event.
Excellent Customer Service
Our team of experienced professionals is ready to assist
you with every detail of your conference or training need.
Premier Technology
Fiber optic connections to our campuses across the state
will allow you to conduct your event from the Owens
Campus and have it broadcast simultaneously to both
Kent and New Castle counties.
Flexible Meeting Facilities
We have various meeting room layouts to accommodate
small groups of 8-10 or larger groups of up to 250
(banquet style seating). We also feature lecture and
breakout rooms, high tech computer labs, and a
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Our Mission: The Workforce Development and
Community Education Division of the College provides
lifelong learning opportunities for personal and
professional growth for a diverse population through
quality education and training programs. In addition,
the Division supports economic development efforts by
designing and delivering training programs that address
the specific needs of local businesses and industries.
For information on all of our programs, call 302-259-6330.
Cancellation of Classes: Classes will be cancelled
if a minimum number of full-paying students have
not registered.
Enrollment Policy: You are enrolled upon receipt of
payment, provided there is space in the class.You will be
contacted if there is a problem.
Refund Policy: For a full refund, you must contact
the Corporate and Community Programs office at least
72 hours before the first session. Withdrawals within the
first week receive a 75% refund. Refunds are not given
for classes that have three or fewer sessions, with the
exception of the above 72-hour refund request. Please note
that there are some courses with different refund policies.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) Awards: The
CEU (Continuing Education Unit) is a nationally accepted
standard for non-credit continuing education courses. A
certificate is awarded upon successful completion and
may be used as a reference for job promotion or hiring.
Designated non-credit professional development courses
are CEU-certified.
Tax Deduction/Credit Policy: An income tax
deduction/credit may be permitted for educational
expenses incurred while maintaining and improving
professional skills. Consult your tax specialist for
more information.
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information about the delay or cancellation of day, evening
or weekend classes, see announcements on:
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It is the policy of the College that no person shall,
on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, national origin,
age disability, sexual orientation (defined exclusively
as heterosexuality, homosexuality, or bisexuality), or
genetic information be subjected to any discrimination
prohibited by the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended;
the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, as
amended; Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended;
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; Title IX
of the Educational Amendments of 1972; the Genetic
Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 and other
applicable laws, regulations and Executive Orders.
This policy applies to recruitment, employment
and subsequent placement, training, promotion,
compensation, continuation, probation, discharge and
other terms and conditions of employment over which
the College has jurisdiction as well as to all educational
programs and activities.
The College has designated a Civil Rights Coordinator,
who serves as the College’s Title IX Coordinator
and the College’s ADA/Section 504 Coordinator, to
carry out its commitment to equal opportunity and
nondiscrimination. Inquiries or complaints by students
or employees regarding the College’s nondiscrimination
policies may be addressed to:
Barbara Mignon Weatherly, Esq.
Civil Rights Coordinator, Office of the President
P.O. Box 897, Dover, DE 19903 • (302) 739-6356
[email protected]
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Delaware Technical Community College maintains an
annual security report as required by the Clery Act. The
College's annual Clery Act report contains information
on campus security and personal safety, including crime
prevention, the law enforcement authority of College
public safety officers, crime reporting policies, certain
specific College policies, and other important matters
about security on campus. The report also contains
statistics for the three previous calendar years on
crimes that were reported to have occurred on campus,
in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or
controlled by the College, and on public property
within or immediately adjacent to and accessible
from the campus.
Delaware Technical Community College I Jack F. Owens Campus I Workforce Development and Community Education
Registration
Form
Registration for non-credit courses is continuous throughout the year and is accepted on a first come, first served basis.
Please complete this form to register by mail or fax.
Date _________________________________
SS# ___________-________-___________
Birth Date ______/______/______
Name (last, first, middle initial) _______________________________________________________________________________________
Address ________________________________________________________________________________________________________
City __________________________________________
State ____________________
Zip _________________________
Phone (day) ____________________________ (evening) ________________________________ (cell) ___________________________
E-mail Address ________________________________________ Male
Would you like to receive information regarding courses via e-mail? Yes
Encore Membership $39  New Member
Female
No
 Renewal
Register
There are five easy ways to register: online, phone, fax, by person or by mail.
On-line: go.dtcc.edu/workforcedevelopment
In person or by mail: Delaware Tech - Workforce Development
Carter Partnership Center, Room 500
21179 College Drive
Georgetown, DE 19947
Telephone: 302-259-6329
Fax: 302-259-6759
Faxing and mailing requires a printed form. No seats are reserved unless the forms include payment information.
Schedule
Course Number
Course Title
Beginning Date
Cost
Payment
We accept Visa, Master Card or Discover credit and debit cards. Cash accepted for in person registration only.
Source of payment:
Self
Employer
Other ___________________________________________________________
Check payable to DTCC Check #_________________________ Bank _______________________________________________________
Credit Card
Visa
Discover
Mastercard
Card # _________________________________________________ Verification # _________________ Exp. Date _________/_________
Name as it appears on credit card ____________________________________________________________________________________
Billing address if different than above:
Address _______________________________________________________________________________________________________
City ________________________________________________ State _________________________ Zip _________________________
NOTE: The information requested below is optional and will be used for statistical purposes only.
Ethnic Origin: ❑ African-American ❑ Asian/Pacific Islander ❑ Caucasian
❑ Hispanic/Latino ❑ Native American/Alaskan ❑ Other
For internal use only:
Rec’d by: ❑ Mail ❑ In Person
❑ Fax ❑ Phone
Employee Proc Form: _____________
302-259-6330 I Search classes and register online at go.dtcc.edu/workforcedevelopment
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ECRWSS
NON-PROFIT
ORGANIZATION
U.S. POSTAGE
Jack F. Owens Campus
21179 College Drive
Georgetown, DE 19947
PAID
PERMIT NO. 1505
WILMINGTON, DE
Postal Customer
We moved offices!
We are now located in the William A.
Carter Partnership Center. Please feel
free to call us at (302) 259-6330.
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