Inside. . . Important Information
REGISTRATION DEADLINE significant non-credit educational
Please register early! and career enhancement experi-
Registration should be complet- ences. One CEU is equal to ten
ed early to guarantee a space in contact hours of participation in
Alabama Sales & Withholding Tax . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 the class. Late registrations may an organized continuing educa-
be accepted if the class is not tion experience under qualified
full. Minimum enrollment levels instruction. For more information
Auctioneering School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 are established for each course. about customized sources for
When enrollment levels are not your business, call the
Computer Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 met, the course may be can- Continuing Education office.
celled. Confirmation notices are
Education Workshops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 not sent. You must mark your
calendar with dates and times. REFUNDS/CANCELLATIONS
Continuing Education is self-
Healthcare Seminars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
NON-CREDIT COURSE POLICY supporting and costs are cov-
Payment is due at the time of ered through student registration
Instant Piano . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 registration. Individuals may pay fees. In the event a course is
by cash, check or credit card. For cancelled by Continuing
Online Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 company sponsored individuals, Education, the student will
an invoice may be used. Invoice receive a full refund or may apply
Paralegal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 information must be determined payment to a future course (with-
at the time of registration. in one year). The registrant will
Photography - NEW CLASS! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 be notified of any changes in
ATTENDANCE POLICY: dates or times. It is important that
you provide a valid telephone
Real Estate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Failure to attend a non-credit
number. No refunds will be given
course does not constitute with-
drawal. The office of Continuing once a course begins. Rates for
Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 courses are subject to change
Education must be notified direct-
ly of a cancellation at least three without notice. Check with the
Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 business days before the start Continuing Education office for
date of a class in order to receive current fees.
Summer Business Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 a full refund. Refunds will not be
made once a class begins.
Summer 2012 Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Participant substitutions may be
The office of Continuing Education
shall not be held responsible for
Technical Certifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 misprints (typos) with regard to
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS
course fees, dates, etc. Schedules
The Continuing Education Unit
and instructors are subject to
(CEU) is a nationally recognized
method of quantifying time spent change. We appreciate your busi-
To register call 334-983-0005 in the classroom during profes- ness and your patience.
sional development and training
activities. The primary purpose of INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY
http://dothan.troy.edu/continuing_ed the CEU is to provide a perma- In the event of inclement weath-
nent record of the educational er, tune into your local radio or
accomplishments of an individual television stations for informa-
who has satisfactorily completed tion about closings.
Summer 2012 Calendar
Thursday, May 3 ............................................................................................................................................................Paralegal classes begin
Monday, May 28.............................................................................................................................................Memorial Day (Campus Closed)
Tuesday, June 5..................................................................................................................................................New Photography class begins
Wednesday, July 4....................................................................................................................................Independence Day (Campus Closed)
Wednesday, July 11..........................................................................................................................................Summer Business Series begins
Friday, July 20 ...........................................................................................................................................................Auctioneer School begins
Sunday, July 22 ....................................................................................................................................Auctioneer Continuing Education class
August ..............................................................................................................................................Fall Schedule of Classes will be available
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT: Students with disabilities, or those who suspect they have a disability must register with the Disability Services Coordinator in order
to receive accommodations. Students currently registered with the Disability Services Office are required to present their Disability Services Accommodation Letter to each
faculty member at the beginning of each term. Individuals needing special services should contact the Dean of Students at (334)983-6556, ext. 1206.
Healthcare Seminars New
The Importance of Evidence Based Practice
Vision in Photography
Evidence based practice (EBP) is one of the latest buzzwords in the
healthcare industry. This course will provide insight EBP by defin-
ing its role in nursing, identify ways to obtain literature, and barri-
ers to its adoption. A historical overview of nursing research will Take the kind of photos you want! In this
be discussed. Also, insight into nursing roles in EBP will be given. class you will learn the most essential fea-
Strategies to ensure ethical conduct when engaging in research will tures of using your camera. Topics will
be discussed. This course will also identify methods of evidence include lens choice, creative use of auto-
appraisal and implementation. focus, proper exposure methods, the mode
Monday, April 23; 9:00 am until 4 pm dial, ISO, composition and much more. On Saturday, June
Instructor: Dr. Shellye Vardaman 23, the class will explore Dothan’s Botanical Gardens, which
School of Nursing, Troy University offers great visual texture to make unique photographs. You
CEUs: .6; Fee: $65. Pre-registration is required. will receive hands-on instruction and hand-out materials from
professional photographer, Bob Joslin. Mr. Joslin is the
Approved for Nursing, Social Worker and Director of Photography on Troy University’s main campus.
Assisted Living Administrators He has extensive classroom and field experience in the
instruction of photography. His artistic vision, technical mas-
Troy University, Dothan Campus, is an approved provider for nursing con- tery and knowledge of natural history formulate his distinctive
tinuing education contact hours. ABNP0208 valid through August 14,
2013. Payment is expected at the time of registration. style. His wildlife photography experience includes much of
the United States and jungles in Peru on the Amazon River.
He has led photographic safaris to East Africa for many years.
His images have appeared in several natural-history publica-
Ethics for Counselors -This seminar will address the issues of tions such as “National Wildlife,” “Ranger Rick,” and
the professional counselor. State codes of ethical conduct will be
“Alabama Conservation.” He is the author of photographic
reviewed along with cases of ethical conflicts.
books and nature videos. His nature programs often appear
Tuesday, May 29, and Thursday, May 31, 9:00 am - 12 noon
on the Discovery Channel for national televised broadcasting.
Fee: $89; CEUs: .6 (six contact hours)
Class size is limited - register early!
Instructor: Dr. Virginia Mayer, Ed.D., LPC
Date/Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 5 & 7, 12 &
14, 19 & 21, 26 & 28, 6:00pm - 8:00pm. On Saturday,
The Fearful Adolescent -This course addresses the June 23 the class will meet at Dothan’s Botanical Gardens
(details will be given during class).
child/adolescent that appears to have fears that are unexplainable Requirement: An SLR film or digital camera where the
and impacts the normal functioning of that child/adolescent. aperture and shutter can be set or have an over-ride to
Counselors will be able to identify potential sources of these fears, manual.
offer several interventions for the fear child/adolescent, and come Fee: $149 per person
away with some preventative measures that they can offer to the
parents and families of the fearful child/adolescent. This seminar is
approved for counselors and social workers.
Thursday, June 7, 9:00 am - 12 noon
Fee: $55; CEUs: .3 (three contact hours)
Instructor: Dr. Virginia Mayer, Ed.D., LPC State of Alabama Sales & Withholding Tax Workshop
The Alabama Department of Revenue (ADOR) provides “New Business
Workshops” for anyone starting or interested in learning about starting a
Victims for Sale: When Human Trafficking business, in Alabama. Information is provided about taxes that are
Hits Home administered by the ADOR. This information includes Sales Tax, Income
Human trafficking is modern day slavery where victims are held by Tax (individual and corporate), and Property Tax information. Those
intimidation, fraud or coercion for purposes of commercial sex, attending will learn about the forms they are required to file, due dates
drug trafficking and/or forced labor. It is not a problem that just and filing requirements of those forms, as well as the different tax num-
happens somewhere else. It happens in Alabama. This seminar will bers they may need or be required to have. This free workshop provides
cover the difference between human trafficking and smuggling, new business owners the opportunity to get this information before start-
highlight national, state and local laws and present solutions and ing their business or as they are starting their business, which hopefully
hope to those affected. will alleviate problems they might have in not being aware of filing
Wednesday, May 16, 8:00 am - 12:30 pm requirements with the ADOR.
Location: Troy Campus, Hall of Honor on University Avenue Thursday, June 7, or Thursday, September 6; 3:00 or 6:00 p.m.
Fee: $55 for CEUs, $35 for non-CEU attendees Adams Hall, Dothan Campus
CEUs: 3.75 for Counselors, Law Enforcement, Social Workers
Light breakfast and refreshments will be provided.
dothan.troy.edu/continuing_ed 334-983-0005 May - August, 2012
Computers and Technology
Check out our special summer reduced prices TECHNICAL CERTIFICATION
for Excel, Powerpoint and MSWord.
Reduced pricing is for Summer 2012 only.
Courses involve intense exam prep instruction
EXCEL by Dr. Shane Stonesifer
Learn to create a spreadsheet, enter and format data, cut, copy, (MCT and MCSE NT/2000/2003; MCITS/MCITP Vista/Win 7/2008;
paste, work with formulas, create lists, sort, filter, get subtotals, CCNP/CCDP; CIWI, CISSP; CEH; CompTIA A+, Network+, and Security+)
create charts, pivot tables and much more in this powerful
spreadsheet program. Materials included. Network + Exam Prep ($495)
Level I - CIS046 May 4-6
Session A: Tue./Thu., June 12 & 14, 5:30-9:30 pm CompTIA Security + Exam Prep ($495)
Session B: Wed., June 13, 8:00 am-5:00 pm June 1-3
Session C: Tue./Thu., July 10 & 12, 5:30-9:30 pm Windows 7 70-680 Exam Prep ($495)
Session D: Wed., July 11, 8:00 am-5:00 pm June 15-17
CEU: .8; Special Summer Price: $79
CompTIA A+ Essentials Certification Exam Prep ($495)
Level II - CIS075 June 29-July 1
Session A: Tue./Thu. June 19 & 21, 5:30-9:30 pm CompTIA A+ Practical Application Exam Prep ($495)
Session B: Wed., June 20, 8:00 am-5:00 pm July 13-15
Session C: Tue./Thu., July 17 & 19, 5:30-9:30 pm Server 2008 70-646 Exam Prep ($495)
Session D: Wed., July 18, 8:00 am-5:00 pm July 27-29
CEU: .8; Special Summer Price: $79 CCNA Exam Prep ($495)
POWERPOINT CIS078 Special exam classes/dates arranged by contacting the Continuing
A complete presentation graphics program that creates profession-
Education Center at 334-983-0005.
al presentations. Learn to outline, draw, use graphs and clip art to
design overhead presentations and animated computer presenta- Boot camp courses are designed for exam preparation for the lat-
tions. Participants must have experience working with Windows. est version of the associated certification exam. Classes meet in
Materials included. the Library/Technology Building on the Dothan Campus. Call for
Session A: Mon./Wed., June 11 & 13, 5:30-8:30 pm more information. Preregistration is required!
Session B: Tue., June 12, 9:00 am-4:00 pm
Session C: Mon./Wed., July 9 & 11, 5:30-8:30 pm Class times are scheduled on a weekend format as follows:
Session D: Tue., July 10, 9:00 am-4:00 pm Friday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
CEU: .6; Special Summer Price: $69 Saturday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday: 1:00pm - 5:00pm
MICROSOFT WORD CIS077
Learn word processing to create professional documents. Online Learning
Participants will learn how to create letters, reports, and bulletins
using features such as clip art, spell check, and tables. Materials All instructor-facilitated online courses run for six weeks (with a two-week
included. grace period at the end). Courses include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assign-
Session A: Mondays, June 11 & 18, 9:00 am-4:00 pm ments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. Complete any of
Session B: Mondays, July 9 & 16, 9:00 am-4:00 pm these courses entirely from your home or office and at any time of the day
CEU: 1.2; Special Summer Price: $89
New course sessions begin each month. Visit our Online Instruction Center to
see exact start dates for the courses that interest you.
Courses Start as Low as $99
An easy program for non-accounting people, this course covers the To get started:
fundamentals of using QuickBooks to track the finances of a small 1. Visit our online Instruction Center:
business. You will learn how to manage bank account transactions, www.ed2go.com/troy
maintain customer and vendor information, generate reports, and write 2. Click the Courses link, choose the department and course title you are
and print checks. You will also learn to create invoices and credit interested in and select the Enroll Now button. Follow the instructions to
memos, add custom fields, set up budgets, and learn about data back- enroll and pay for your course. Here you will choose a user name and
up/protection. Book included. password that will grant you access to the Classroom.
Wednesday, August 1; 8:00am-5:00 pm 3. When your course begins, return to the online instruction center and
click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with the
CEU: .8; Cost: $160
user name and password you selected during enrollment.
dothan.troy.edu/continuing_ed 334-983-0005 May - August, 2012
Business / Professional 5
EDUCATION WORKSHOPS Attorney CLE
Workshops taken through the Continuing Education Center award David vs. Goliath: How to Survive and Defeat the Giant
CEU/PLE credit only. To receive undergraduate or graduate credit, register
through the Admissions Office in Malone Hall. The Hogg & Gartlan Law Firm and the Law Firm of Prince, Glover and
Classes meet 8:00 a.m.-5:15 p.m. Hayes along with Troy University, Dothan Campus are proud to present a six
hour continuing legal education seminar for Alabama general practice attor-
DE-MYSTIFYING PHONICS neys. The seminar will focus on personal injury and accident cases and specif-
Taught by JoAnn McFarland ically the way to survive and defeat the giant insurance companies and big
This session provides the pre-service teacher, in-service teacher, or interest- powerful corporations in injury and accident cases.
ed parents with a workable knowledge of the sound-letter relationships of the Attendees will learn that victory and survival is obtained through early
English language, also known as phonics. To receive academic credit, stu- and thorough trial preparation in each and every case in an effort to prove and
demonstrate liability, injuries, and damages, overcome defenses, and add value
dents will be required to pass a test of phonics knowledge. This test may be
to the case to maximize recovery. Sometimes retaining the services of the right
used to complete the phonics requirement for RED 4481.
medical, psychological, legal, financial, engineering, accident reconstruction,
Friday, June 8 investigative, and other experts can help this mission. This puts the personal
1 CEU/8.0 PLE = EDU126 injury and accident lawyer and law firm in the best position to prove and
Register before June 5 : $55.00; Register after June 5: $82.00 demonstrate that full compensation in the case serves to protect the public by
sending a message that people and businesses that violate rules and expose the
MATCHING TEXT TO READERS public to unnecessary danger will be required to pay in full measure.
Taught by Dr. Cynthia Hicks Speakers include personal injury and accident lawyers David Hogg and
This course will give students a knowledge base for matching books to readers Aaron Gartlan of the Hogg & Gartlan Law Firm in Dothan, personal injury and
along with an understanding of gradient of text and the relationship to the reading accident lawyer Matt Glover of the Law Firm of Prince, Glover & Hayes in
process. Students will have the opportunity to use text factors to level books and Tuscaloosa, Kirk Erikson, DC of the Chiropractic Health Institute and Lynn
determine readability of texts. Class will meet in Adams 112. Suggs, MS of Professional Counseling & Consulting Services in Dothan.
Friday, June 15 The seminar will be free of charge to the first sixty Alabama general
1 CEU/8.0 PLE = EDU128 practice attorneys that register and lunch will be provided. There will also be a
Register before June 6: $55.00; Register after June 6: $82.00 number of vendors in attendance.
STRATEGY FOR SUCCESS: The Word Identification Strategy Friday, July 13
Taught by Dr. Victoria Morin
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
This strategy teaches students how to quickly decode unknown words frequently
CLE: .6; Instructor: Various
encountered in content-area materials. Older students who are reading below
grade level (with at least upper 3rd grade level reading skills) can benefit most from
er Business Se
this structural analysis approach to decoding unfamiliar words. Book included.
Saturday, June 23
Su Take advantage of these weekly ies
1 CEU/8.0 PLE = EDU096
Register before June 14: $55.00; Register after June 14: $82.00
two-hour sessions to gain valuable insight
UNDERSTANDING WHY CHILDREN BEHAVE AS THEY DO
A Different Approach to Classroom Management into workplace business practices.
Taught by Dr. Elizabeth P. Fell
This session provides an insight into the reasons for children’s (Pre-K-12) Management and Leadership Skills - Learn the major principles in
behavior. The effects of organization and management will be examined. successfully building strong work teams, negotiating, and delegat-
Common approaches, behavior modification, prevention, and intervention ing. You will discover ways to lead employees to their full potential
techniques will be discussed and tied to the “why” of children’s behaviors. The and enjoy their work in fulfilling this goal. Learn to deal with change
characteristics of effective teachers and their relationship to a positive environ- and promote change as a positive.
ment will be presented to help educators and childcare providers better meet Wednesday, July 11; 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
individual needs of children. Fee: $39; CEU: .2; Instructor: Jim Smith
Saturday, June 30
1 CEU/8.0 PLE = EDU127 Communication in the Workplace – Explores the methods of ver-
Register before June 21: $55.00; Register after June 21: $82.00 bal and written communications in the workplace with an emphasis
on perceptual differences and improving message content transmis-
THE ART OF INTEGRATING SCIENCE IN CHILDREN’S LITERATURE sion to employees.
Taught by Dr. JeeHae Lee Wednesday, July 18; 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Science is often taught during Reading. How can we combine reading and sci- Fee: $39; CEU: .2; Instructor: Jim Smith
ence and make it engaging? Pre-service/in-service teachers will learn the art of
integrating science in reading. Using storytelling books, participants will engage in Where Did My Week Go? Principles of Time Management –
hands-on science experiments. A free CD of science PowerPoint/SmartBoard pro- Learn strategies to increase productivity and reduce job stress!
grams will be provided for everyone!
Conquer time wasters, eliminate clutter, and learn to set goals and
Friday, July 13
1 CEU/8.0 PLE = EDU129
Wednesday, July 25; 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Register before July 3: $55.00; Register after July 3: $82.00
Fee: $39; CEU: .2; Instructor: Jim Smith
dothan.troy.edu/continuing_ed 334-983-0005 May - August, 2012
Certificate / License Programs
P a r al eg al C e r tif i ca ti on
As the need for legal services has increased, the demand
for paralegals has risen. More paralegals are being hired
by law firms, banks, government agencies, corporations,
and real estate agents than ever before. This non-academ- Classes are $40 each or $175 for all five
ic credit program is especially designed to prepare partici- Pre-registration is required
pants for a career in Paralegalism. The program curriculum
consists of courses which combine instruction in substan-
tive law with practical procedural skills and is designed to Every two years a total of fifteen (15) clock hours of continuing
meet the educational needs of career oriented adults. To education prescribed by the Alabama Real Estate Commission is
earn a Paralegal Certificate, a student is required to suc- required for renewal of an active license. These hours must be
cessfully complete a total of ten courses: three core cours- completed by September 30 of every even year.
es and seven elective courses. A limited number of
online courses are approved for the Paralegal Friday, August 3 or September 14
Certificate. Students must contact the Continuing
Education Office for instructions before taking an 9:00 - 12:00 Risk Management
online course. 2:00 - 5:00 License Law
Saturday, August 4 or September 15
LAW042 Ethics for Paralegals 9:00 - 12:00 Code of Ethics
This course will cover major areas of legal ethics, with spe- 2:00 - 5:00 RECAD
cial emphasis being placed on how the rules affect parale-
gals.Topics include regulations of lawyers and paralegals,
disciplinary processes, unauthorized practice of law, duties Sunday, August 5 or September 16
of confidentiality and the attorney-client privilege, billing and 2:00 - 5:00 Contracts
fees, malpractice and much more. Book required.
Mondays, May 14-July 9 (skip May 28)
Course Fee: $139 Introduction to Real Estate
Instructor: Frank Chirico; CEU: 1.6
You can start an exciting career in real estate! As a growing popu-
lation creates a greater housing need, there is projected to be an
LAW019 Criminal Procedures
This course is designed to help the paralegal understand abundance of opportunities for real estate professionals. The
the constitutional provisions that shape and guide the crim- increase in market activity will create an increased need for quali-
inal procedure system. Sessions will cover the pre-trial fied salespeople and brokers. Get your real estate license and enter
process, the trial process, and the post-trial process with a profession with career potential!
topics including unreasonable searches and seizures, due
process, cruel and unusual punishment and more. REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ALABAMA REAL ESTATE LICENSE:
Thursdays, May 24-July 12, 6:00-8:00 pm Be 19 or more years of age.
Course Fee: $139 Have a high school diploma or GED.
Instructor: Frank Chirico; CEU: 1.6 Not have been convicted of a felony or a crime involving
Take and pass a 60-hours pre-license course.
Pass state exam with a minimum score of 70%.
All classes take place on the Dothan Campus, State exam must be taken within 12 months of successful
completion of Introduction to Real Estate course.
501 University Drive, unless otherwise indicated.
Registration is required for all courses.
The next course will begin in the fall. See the
Please register early. Fall Schedule of Classes for dates, times and fees.
If we do not have sufficient enrollment
For more information regarding state requirements, visit the
several days before the class start date, website of the Alabama Real Estate Commission at
we may cancel the class. www.arec.alabama.gov or call 334-242-5544.
dothan.troy.edu/continuing_ed 334-983-0005 May - August, 2012
Personal Development / Registration 7
AU C T IO NE ER S CH OO L Instant Piano for
Hopelessly Busy People
Discover an exciting career as an auctioneer. The school consists of by David Haynes
the required 85 hours of auction instruction plus direct application
exercises covering a wide range of topics including: If you yearn to experience the joy of playing
Auctioneering History and Ethics piano but don’t want years of weekly les-
Auction and Commercial Law
sons, this short course is for you! In just one
Uniform Commercial Code
enjoyable evening, you can learn enough
Clerking and Cashiering
secrets of the trade to make piano playing a
Advertising an Auction
part of your life, learning chords, not notes.
Site Preparation and Restoration
You’ll learn all the chords needed to play
any pop song, any style, any key, and a
Friday, July 20 - Sunday, July 29 healthy dose of insider secrets on how to
embellish songs. This is an absolute begin-
Register and pay the full tuition by July 10, 2012, and pay only
ning class in chord piano techniques, and if
$895. After July 10, 2012 the regular rate is $995. Upon receipt of
registration and payment, participants will receive pre-course materials you can find middle C and know the mean-
which will include a sample agenda, chanting drills and a demo CD. ing of “Every Good Boy Does Fine,” you
already know enough to enroll. If not, send
a SASE for a free pamphlet to Music
Masters, 90 Molly Lane, Ringgold, GA
2012 Auctioneer Continuing Education Class 30736.
Alabama licensed auctioneers must earn Monday, July 9; 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
six hours of continuing education. Course fee: $55 with a separate
Sunday, July 22 (pre-register by July 18 and pay $100) materials fee of $25 payable to the
Walk-ins will be charged $150. instructor
Class is held 8:00 am until 5:00 pm
registration DOES NOT REQUIRE ADMISSION TO THE UNIVERSITY
Registration is easy!
Online: http://dothan.troy.edu/continuing_ed In Person: Come to Adams Hall, Room 200
By Phone: 334-983-0005 By Fax: (334) 983-0009
By Mail: Continuing Education, P.O. Box 8368, Dothan, AL 36304
Name SS # (last 4 digits) or Student ID # (for office use only)
Address City State Zip
Home number Work number Email address
Course ID/Course Title Date Time Cost
Course ID/Course Title Date Time Cost
METHOD OF PAYMENT: ____Cash(in person only) _____Check (Payable to Troy University) _____Invoice/PO (for Business Only)
____MasterCard _____Visa _____American Express _____Discover
Credit Card Number Expiration Date
Signature (if paying by credit card)
REGISTER EARLY TO AVOID CLASS CANCELLATIONS
Permit No. 390
Dothan, AL 36302
Continuing Education Center
P. O. Box 8368
Dothan, AL 36304
May - August, 2012
Schedule of Classes
Inside: New Photography course! Healthcare seminars for nurses, social workers,
counselors and assisted living administrators, Auctioneer School,
Real Estate, Instant Piano, Attorney CLE. . . . and much more!
Classes begin in May - sign up now
Dothan Campus, Adams Hall, Room 200
Whether you are looking for development opportunities or looking for a total career change,
we can help you reach your goals. University admission is not required.