Professional DevelopmentWorkshops presented by Rend Lake College Community & Corporate Education Illinois Small Business Development Center Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce Starting Your Business in Illinois your business as well as presenting yourself in a positive, This course will cover Small Business Development Center professional manner. Discover quick tips on making you or services, legal structures, registering businesses and busi- your business stand out! We will examine what makes an ness plans. To register for this workshop, contact the Small effective marketing campaign and discuss ways to improve Business Development Center directly at (618)242-5813. your brand. Even if you have had a marketing class in the No Charge past, you will gain insight from this professional and fun Instructors: Curt Mowrer & Nick LeMay workshop. Everyone needs a tune-up once in a while! WKSP 919-08 Thursday,1/20, 9AM-12PM $25 Mt. Vernon, RLC MarketPlace Room 338 Instructor: Brittany Dobil COMED 5334-41 Tuesday, 3/15, 1-5PM WKSP 919-09 Saturday, 3/12, 9AM-12PM Mt. Vernon, RLC MarketPlace Room 354 Mt. Vernon, RLC MarketPlace Room 338 WKSP 919-10 Tuesday, 5/3, 9AM-12PM Create Your Own Marketing Materials Mt. Vernon, RLC MarketPlace Room 338 It’s easy to create impressive and original works if you know how to use Microsoft Publisher. This class will teach John C. Maxwell’s you the fundamentals of desktop publishing. You’ll be on 17 Essential Qualities of a Team Player your way to designing and creating flyers, business cards, Organizations accomplish more when people work to- brochures and more. gether, but making teamwork happen is another story. A $82.50 CSCI 1665-M1 Wednesday, 2/9, 8AM-4PM team is a collection of individuals, and individuals don’t al- Mt. Vernon, RLC MarketPlace Room 338 ways work well with one another. The challenge of each individual—each team member—is to become the kind of person who can maximize his or her contribution and push QuickBooks for Farmers the team forward to fulfill its mission. Randall Shively will This course will focus on the use of QuickBooks for farm- facilitate the class through Maxwell’s workbook and video ers. Discover how to set up a chart of accounts, reconcile series, Learning the 17 Essential Qualities of a Team checking accounts, create & print invoices, receipts and Player. Mr. Shively received his Masters Degree in Man- statements, track payables, inventory, receivables, and agement/Leadership Development and has served as a generate reports. $82.50 RLC administrator since 1995. CSCI 1694-M1 Wednesdays (2 sessions) 1/19-1/26, 8:30AM-12:15PM $65 (workbook included) Mt. Vernon, RLC MarketPlace Room 338 Instructor: Randall Shively CNTED 1690-L30 Thursdays (4 Sessions), 2/3-2/24, 6-9PM Mt. Vernon, RLC MarketPlace Room 203 QuickBooks for You Make your accounting effortless by learning how to use Employment Law QuickBooks. Discover how to set up a chart of accounts, What Every Employer Needs to Know reconcile your checking account, create/print invoices, re- If you’re a supervisor or own a business, this workshop is ceipts/statements, track your income, expenses, inventory, for you. Topics include Federal employment laws, Illinois and generate reports. The instructor will spend one-on-one employment laws, computer use policies and monitoring, time with each student to accommodate individual needs. hiring, firing and discipline, health law issues, discrimination $165 1694-M2 CSCI Wednesdays (4 sessions), 2/16-3/9, 8:30AM-12:15PM and the work environment. Mt. Vernon, RLC MarketPlace Room 338 $10 (includes continental breakfast and lunch) Instructors: Attorneys Courtney Cox, Tom Berry and Stacie Owens of Sandberg, Phoenix & von Gontard QuickBooks for Non-Profits CNTED 1690-L31 Tuesday, 2/15, 8:30AM-4:30PM Mt. Vernon, RLC MarketPlace Room 354 This course will focus on the use of QuickBooks in non- profit organizations. Discover how to set up a chart of ac- counts, reconcile your checking account, create and print Marketing invoices, receipts and statements, track your donations and Give your Business a “Tune-Up” expenses, and generate reports. Do you need a tune-up in marketing? This workshop is $82.50 aimed at helping people remember the basics of marketing CSCI 1694-M3 Tuesday, 4/12, 8AM-4PM Mt. Vernon, RLC MarketPlace Room 338 while adding a little real world flair. Learn how to market For more information or to register, phone (618) 437-5321, ext. 1714 or 1267. Professional Development Spring 2011 Create Your Own Website Food Sanitation It seems like just about everyone has a website these days. Learn to identify the causes of food-borne illness, identify Whether you want to create a page for your personal use, and apply correct procedures for cleaning and sanitizing, your business, school or other organization, this course will recognize problems and potential solutions associated with show you how to create and post your own site. Discover facility, equipment and layout, and understand the Illinois how to work with HTML, XHTML, and CSS. Learn about code related to food service establishments. Successful using Workspace tools and how to work with text. You’ll completion of this course prepares you to take the State of find out how to edit and work with images, as well as how Illinois exam for Management and Sanitation Training. The to utilize hyperlinks. Bring flash drive to class. exam is taken on the second day of class. Students must $82.50 bring Photo ID to class. ServSafe Essentials Textbook is Instructor: Evan Youngblood available at RLC Bookstore. CSCI 1666-01 Saturday, 3/5, 8:30AM-4:30PM $88 Instructor: Mary Ann Kluge Main Campus, Vocational Bldg Room 104 CULA 1205-01 Saturdays (2 sessions), 1/22-1/29, 8AM-5PM Main Campus, Advanced Tech Room 118 CULA 1205-71 Saturdays (2 sessions), 2/26-3/5, 8AM-5PM Pinckneyville, Murphy-Wall Room 102 CULA 1205-31 Saturdays (2 sessions), 3/19-3/26, 8AM-5PM Mt. Vernon, RLC MarketPlace Room 354 Editing Pictures with Photoshop Maybe you aren’t a professional photographer…but you Food Sanitation Refresher can look like one! Learn the basics of image manipulation In this course, refresh your knowledge of food-borne illness and enhancement; creating/transforming layers, working by identifying and applying correct procedures for cleaning with colors and color settings; common tools and shortcuts; and sanitizing; recognize problems and potential solutions and modifying photos. Discover how to open, view, and associated with facility, equipment and layout; and under- save files. Be shown how to organize, print and share im- stand the Illinois code related to food service establish- ages. Bring flash drive to class. ments. Successful completion of this course provides the $82.50 student with a renewed license. Student must bring current Instructor: Evan Youngblood Illinois license to class and photo ID. CSCI 1695-01 Saturday, 3/26, 8:30AM-4:30PM $42.50 Instructor: Mary Ann Kluge Main Campus, Vocational Bldg Room 104 CULA 1605-01 Saturday, 1/22, 8AM-5PM Main Campus, Advanced Tech Room 118 CULA 1605-71 Saturday, 2/26, 8AM-5PM Pinckneyville, Murphy-Wall Room 102 CULA 1605-31 Saturday, 3/19, 8AM-5PM Mt. Vernon, RLC MarketPlace Room 354 General Industry 10 Hour Digital Mammography This class is an overview of the basic OSHA safety stan- Quality Control and Beyond dards. Learn vital safety and health information to all per- Journey into the world of digital mammography quality con- sonnel responsible for a safe working environment on the trol procedures. Topics include the Digital Imaging Process, job site. Topics include the inspection and citation process, Digital Mammography Quality Control-what do those QC working and walking surfaces, electrical safety, machine numbers mean, Digital Mammography Artifacts, Pathology guarding, and emergency action plans. Attendees will bet- of the Breast, Not Just Another Positioning Lecture-I prom- ter understand OSHA’s role in the industry. After complet- ise!, and Performing with Passion. ing the required ten hours, participants will receive the $99 OSHA Certification Card. Instructor: Susan Sprinkle-Vincent, R.T.(R)(M) $105 CNTED 1622-L51 Saturday, March 5, 8AM-4:15PM CNTED 1690-L1 Tuesdays (4 sessions), 2/1-2/22, 6-9PM Main Campus, Advanced Tech Room 118 Main Campus, Applied Science Room 103 CNTED 1690-L2 Saturdays (2 sessions), 3/5-3/12, 8AM-2:30PM Radiology Review Seminar Main Campus, Applied Science Room 103 This seminar will provide each partici- pant with a comprehensive review of the General Industry 30 Hour art and science of diagnostic Radiologic This 30-hour program is intended to provide instruction on Technology and a step-by-step method of preparation for a variety of general industry safety and health standards to the successful completion of the American Registry of Ra- entry-level participants. It includes more overall content diologic Technologists Registry Examination RT(R). This than the 10-hour program as well as being more focused Rad Tech Review is approved for 13 Category A CE credits. on specific subjects. $175 $295 Instructor: Kettering CNTED 1690-L3 Saturdays (4 sessions), 3/19-4/9, 8AM-5PM CNTED 1622-L52 Thurs/Friday, May 5-6, 8AM-4:15PM Main Campus, Applied Science Room 103 Main Campus, Learning Resource Center Room 207 For more information or to register, phone (618) 437-5321, ext. 1714 or 1267. Professional Development Spring 2011 Community Emergency Response Training This training is designed for private citizens who desire the CPR/First Aid skills and knowledge required to prepare for and respond to a disaster. Topics include disaster preparedness, CERT PALS & ACLS Organization, fire safety, disaster psychology, disaster medical operations, terrorism, search & rescue operations. No Charge but must pre-register. Limited seating. CPR/First Aid Instructor: Wayne Sampson One-Day Courses, 9AM-5PM CNTED 1630-L30 Mondays (9 sessions), 1/10-3/21, 6:30PM-9:30PM Thursday, January 6 Wednesday, March 9 Mt. Vernon, RLC MarketPlace Room 222 Tuesday, February 15 Tuesday, April 12 Wednesday, May 4 CPR/Pediatric First Aid One-Day Courses, 9AM-5PM Thursday, January 27 Wednesday, March 30 Wednesday, February 23 Wednesday, April 27 Tuesday, May 10 NIMS ICS 300 This course is designed for those who may serve as com- mand or general staff part of an Incident Management Team. Topics include ICS staffing and organization, trans- fer of Command, Unified Command functions in a multi- jurisdictional or multi-agency incident, ICS forms, Resource Management, Interagency mission planning and procure- ment. All Mid-level Management Federal/State/Local/ Tribal/Private Sector & Nongovernmental personnel should take ICS-300 following completion of online courses ICS 100, 200, 700 & 800. No charge but must pre-register. Limited seating. Instructor: Sam Whisenhunt PALS Recertification CNTED 1630-L31 Tues/Wed (2 sessions) 1/11-1/12, 9AM-5PM One-Day Courses, 9AM-5PM Mt. Vernon, RLC MarketPlace Room 222 Friday, January 14 Thursday, March 10 Friday, May 6 NIMS ICS 400 This course is for those who have completed ICS 100, 200, PALS Provider 300, 700 & 800. Topics include command and general Two-Day Courses, 9AM-5PM Thurs/Friday, Feb 3 & 4 Thurs/Friday, April 28 & 29 staff, deputies and assistants, unified command, organiza- tional relationships between area command, unified com- ACLS Renewal mand, multi entity coordination systems, and Emergency One-Day Courses, 9AM-5PM Operations Centers (EOCs). Tuesday, January 25 Tuesday, March 22 No charge but must pre-register. Limited seating. Thursday, February 17 Wednesday, April 13 Instructor: Sam Whisenhunt Thursday, May 12 CNTED 1630-L32 Mon/Tues (2 sessions) 2/7-2/8, 9AM-5PM Mt. Vernon, RLC MarketPlace Room 222 ACLS Prep Two-Day Courses, 9AM-5PM Tues/Wed, Jan 18 & 19 Wed/Thurs, March 16 & 17 Emergency Medical Technician—Paramedic Wed/Thurs, Feb 9 & 10 Tues/Wed, April 5 & 6 Earn a certificate or degree! Wed/Thur, May 18 & 19 Career opportunities exist in the field of medical services, including medical and ambulance services, To register, contact Leslie Harmon-McKenzie fire departments and industrial settings. at (618)437-5321, x1418 or (618)437-5321, x1418 email@example.com For more information or to register, phone (618) 437-5321, ext. 1714 or 1267. Professional Development Spring 2011 Mt. Vernon Campus Course Credit Number Course Name Dates Time Day Location Instructor Cost Hours CSCI Computer Basics MarketPlace 1/11-1/25 0.5 9-11:30a T Staff $82.50 1624-M1 Getting Started Room 338 CSCI Beginning MarketPlace 1/13 0.5 8:30a-4:30p Th Staff $82.50 1616-M1 Microsoft Excel Room 338 CSCI QuickBooks MarketPlace 1/19-1/26 0.5 8:30a-12:15p W Staff $82.50 1694-M1 for Farmers Room 338 CSCI Computer Basics MarketPlace 2/8-2/22 0.5 9-11:30a T Staff $82.50 1634-M1 Internet & Email Room 338 CSCI Beginning MarketPlace 2/9 0.5 8a-4p W Staff $82.50 1665-M1 Microsoft Publisher Room 338 CSCI QuickBooks MarketPlace 2/16-3/9 1.0 8:30a-12:15p W Staff $165 1694-M2 for Beginners Room 338 CSCI Intermediate MarketPlace 2/17 0.5 8:30a-4:30p Th Staff $82.50 1617-M1 Microsoft Excel Room 338 CSCI Beginning MarketPlace 3/1 0.5 8a-4p T Staff $82.50 1616 M2 Microsoft Excel Room 338 CSCI Computer Basics MarketPlace 3/3 0.5 8:30a-4:30p Th Staff $82.50 1624-M3 Getting Started Room 338 CSCI Beginning MarketPlace 3/24 0.5 8:30a-4:30p Th Staff $82.50 1612-M1 Microsoft Word Room 338 CSCI Intermediate MarketPlace 3/29 0.5 8a-4p T Staff $82.50 1617-M2 Microsoft Excel Room 338 CSCI Computer Basics MarketPlace 4/6-4/20 0.5 9-11:30a W Staff $82.50 1624-M2 Getting Started Room 338 CSCI QuickBooks MarketPlace 4/12 0.5 8a-4p T Staff $82.50 1694-M3 for Non-Profits Room 338 CSCI Advanced MarketPlace 4/26 0.5 8a-4p T Staff $82.50 1618-M1 Microsoft Excel Room 338 CSCI Computer Basics MarketPlace 4/27-5/11 0.5 9-11:30a W Staff $82.50 1634-M2 Internet & Email Room 338 Ina Campus CSCI Beginning Vocational 1/22 0.5 8:30a-4:30p Sa Staff $82.50 1600-01 Adobe InDesign Room 104 CSCI Beginning Vocational 3/5 0.5 8:30a-4:30p Sa Youngblood $82.50 1666-01 Wed Page Design Room 104 CSCI Beginning Vocational 3/26 0.5 8:30a-4:30p Sa Youngblood $82.50 1695-01 Adobe Photoshop Room 104 CSCI 1600 Beginning Adobe InDesign Discover the fun of using Adobe las into worksheets, formatting spreadsheets by adjusting the size of col- InDesign! Learn the fundamental operations of print layout and design. umns/rows, using borders/shading, and changing the page setup. Gain knowledge of how to manage the InDesign environment. Add tables and become skilled at designing, enhancing, and finalizing documents. CSCI 1617 Intermediate MS Excel Take your Excel skills to the next Bring flash drive to class. level by broadening your knowledge of spreadsheets. Learn helpful tips about working with large sheets. Discover how to add dramatic graphics CSCI 1612 Beginning MS Word Learn the fundamentals of word proc- and how to make professional spreadsheets with easy to use templates. essing using Microsoft Word. Discover how to use the menu system and Find out how to protect workbooks and manage multiple-sheet works. toolbars; open, reopen, print, save and close documents; insert/delete Understand the secrets to creating those time-saving links and hyperlinks, text, reverse an edit operation, apply font attributes to text, and move text and become skilled at creating professional looking tables and outlines. blocks. Be trained how to use Spelling/Grammar Checker, Thesaurus, the Help menu, and how to customize the AutoCorrect dictionary. CSCI 1618 Advanced MS Excel Become the Excel guru at your work by broadening your knowledge of spreadsheets. Wow them by learning how CSCI 1616 Beginning MS Excel Make working with numbers as easy as to create PivotTables and amazing Macros. Discover how to utilize the 1-2-3 by learning the fundamental operations of spreadsheets. Learn how Financial, Data Analysis, Auditing and other functions. Learn more ad- to use the menu system and toolbars; open, reopen, print and close work- vanced formatting and how to use analysis tools. Find out how to collabo- books; and enter labels. Discover the secrets to adding values and formu- rate in Excel and how to integrate Excel with other programs. For more information or to register, phone (618) 437-5321, ext. 1714 or 1267. Professional Development Spring 2011 CSCI 1624 Computer Basics Getting Started Are you nervous about to work with HTML, XHTML, and CSS. Learn about using Workspace learning the computer? Don’t be…there’s never been a better time to learn tools and how to work with text. You’ll find out how to edit and work with how to use the computer. This class makes it easy by helping you learn images, as well as how to utilize hyperlinks. Bring flash drive to class. the basics of operating a computer using Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Word. This course covers all the basic skills and concepts needed to use CSCI 1694 Beginning QuickBooks Make your accounting effortless by a computer. Learn about word processing features and how to write letters learning how to use QuickBooks. Discover how to set up a chart of ac- with Word. Discover how to modify system settings, how to save docu- counts, reconcile your checking account, create/print invoices, receipts/ ments and how to utilize files and folders. This course will give you the statements, track your income, expenses, inventory, and generate reports. confidence to use the computer! CSCI 1694 QuickBooks for Farmers This course will focus on the use of QuickBooks for farmers. Discover how to set up a chart of accounts, rec- CSCI 1634 Computer Basics Internet & Email Now that you know the oncile checking accounts, create & print invoices, receipts and statements, basics of your computer, it’s time to learn the basics of utilizing the Inter- track payables, inventory, and receivables, and generate reports. net and email. You’ll be on the “Information Highway” before you know it. Learn how to utilize Internet browsers and search engines. Discover how CSCI 1694 QuickBooks for Non-Profits This course will focus on the easy it is to send and receive email, what a snap it is to download and use of QuickBooks in non-profit organizations. Discover how to set up a upload files, and how to protect your computer’s security. chart of accounts, reconcile your checking account, create and print in- voices, receipts and statements, track your donations and expenses, and CSCI 1665 Beginning MS Publisher It’s easy to create impressive and generate reports. original works if you know how to use Microsoft Publisher. This class will teach you the fundamentals of desktop publishing. You’ll be on your way CSCI 1695 Beginning Adobe Photoshop Maybe you aren’t a profes- to designing and creating flyers, business cards, brochures and more. sional photographer…but you can look like one! Learn the basics of im- age manipulation and enhancement; creating/transforming layers, working CSCI 1666 Beginning Web Page Design It seems like just about every- with colors and color settings; common tools and shortcuts; and modifying one has a website these days. Whether you want to create a page for your photos. Discover how to open, view, and save files. Be shown how to personal use, your business, church, school or other organization, this organize, print and share images. Bring flash drive to class. course will show you how to create and post your own site. Discover how Real Estate Courses Spring 2011 Course Credit Number Course Name Dates Time Day Location Instructor Cost Hours REAL Real Estate 1/10-2/14 1 6-9p M ACA 207 Richardson $88 1207-51 Advanced Principles REAL Real Estate Law, 1/12-2/9 1 6-9p W ACA 207 Richardson $88 1211-51 Contracts, Conveyances REAL Financing 2/16-3/7 1 6-9p M/W ACA 207 Richardson $88 1210-51 REAL Brokerage 3/9-3/30 1 6-9p M/W ACA 207 Richardson $88 1209-51 Administration REAL Real Estate 3/5-3/12 1 8:30a-4:30p Sa ACA 207 Richardson $88 1208-01 Appraisal REAL 1207-Real Estate Advanced Principles (1) This course addresses mandatory categories as outlined by the License Act of 2000 necessary for broker licensing. REAL 1208-Real Estate Appraisal (1) Cannot be used toward the Illinois Real Estate Appraisal License. An intensive study of appraising and valuing real estate. REAL 1209-Real Estate Brokerage Administration (1) In-depth consideration is given to the functions, qualifications and duties of a broker. Organization of real estate offices and personnel are covered. REAL 1210-Real Estate Financing (1) In-depth consideration is given to modern real estate financing. REAL 1211-Real Estate Law, Contract, and Conveyances (1) This course covers the obligations and effects of legal documents in listing, selling, conveying, leasing and financing real estate. An examination of the various legal forms used in real estate transactions conducted. *Above classes are required to sit for the Illinois Real Estate Broker’s License Examination. Beginning April 2011, all Real Estate agents or sales persons will be required to become brokers by April 2012. Sign up now for all 5 courses to become a broker! For more information or to register, phone (618) 437-5321, ext. 1714 or 1267.
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