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					         Continuing Education
        Summer 2012 Schedule
                   Now Available Online

QEP: Oral Communication Across the Curriculum

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              at COM




3   Registration
6   Summer 2012 CE Classes
33 COM Learning Center-North County



www.com.edu/ce • 1200 Amburn Road Texas City, Texas • 409-933-8586
                                            1200 Amburn Road Texas City, Texas 77591
                                          409-938-1211 1-888-258-8859 www.com.edu

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          College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Continuing Education Schedule
            TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                             ACCREDITATION
                                                                                           College of the Mainland is accredited by:
                                                                                           The Commission on Colleges of the Southern




                                                                                                                                                  GENERAL INFORMATION
ACCOUNTING...................................................................6             Association of Colleges and Schools to award
                                                                                           associate degrees and certificates. Contact the
ALLIED HEALTH/EMS ........................................................7
                                                                                           Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane,
ART....................................................................................8   Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-
CHILD DEVELOPMENT .....................................................8                   4500 for questions about the accreditation of
                                                                                           College of the Mainland. The Commission is
COMPUTER CLASSES .....................................................10
                                                                                           to be contacted only if there is evidence that
DRAFTING.......................................................................11          appears to support the institution’s significant
LANGUAGES ...................................................................11            non-compliance with a requirement or standard.
PHOTOGRAPHY ..............................................................12               COLLEGE VISION
RISK MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE ...................................13                            College of the Mainland will be a valued and
                                                                                           vital community partner by striving to enrich
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES.........................................14
                                                                                           our expanding community and preparing our
AIR CONDITIONING/HEATING .......................................14                         students to learn, work and live in a diverse,
ELECTRICAL TRADES ......................................................14                 dynamic and global environment.

MACHINIST / MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE ...............15                                                     COLLEGE MISSION
WELDING TECHNOLOGIES.............................................16                        College of the Mainland is a learning-centered,
                                                                                           comprehensive community college dedicated
CIVILIAN FIREARMS .......................................................17
                                                                                           to student success and the intellectual and
PUBLIC SERVICE CAREERS.............................................19                      economic prosperity of the diverse communities
LAW ENFORCEMENT .....................................................19                    we serve.

SECURITY AND LOSS PREVENTION ...............................20                                     COLLEGE OF THE MAINLAND
FIREFIGHTER ACADEMY ................................................21                                  BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                                                                           Ralph Holm, Rosalie Kettler, Bennie Matthews,
FIREFIGHTER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT .............23                                       Roney G. McCrary, Wayne H. Miles, Clemon P.
WELLNESS MEMBERSHIP PROGRAMS .........................24                                   Prevost Sr. and N. E. “Nick” Stepchinski
CROSS TRAINING CLASSES............................................25                          CONTINUING EDUCATION’S MISSION
CARDIO/STRENGTH TRAINING ......................................26                          Lifelong learning for everyone.
MIND/BODY SCULPTING................................................26                                  SAVE THIS SCHEDULE!
DANCE FOR EXERCISE ...................................................26                   It offers hundreds of classes; one is just right for
                                                                                           you.
SUMMER LEAGUES ........................................................28
FITNESS CREDIT OVERLAY CLASSES..............................28                                     REGISTRATION INFORMATION
                                                                                           Continuing Education registration continues
WATER CLASSES.............................................................29               throughout the semester until classes are filled.
SWIM LESSONS ..............................................................29              Please register at least one week prior to class
SUMMER CAMPS ...........................................................30                 start date. Call 409-933-8264 or 1-888-258-
                                                                                           8859, ext. 8264.

                                                                                           ONLINE: Students who have previously taken
COM LEARNING CENTER-NORTH COUNTY .................33
                                                                                           classes at COM can register online at www.com.
MEDICAL/ALLIED HEALTH..............................................36                      edu with a valid MasterCard, Visa or Discover
REAL ESTATE PROGRAM ...............................................39                      Card. This is available 24-hours-a-day. Have
                                                                                           your credit card information ready. Click on
KIDS CLASSES .................................................................41
                                                                                           WebAdvisor and follow the instructions for
                                                                                           continuing education students. If you have any
                                                                                           questions about online registration, click on the
                                                                                           HELPDESK arrow located on the WebAdvisor
                                                                                           main menu (bottom left) and fill out the form.
                                                                                           Students new to COM must register in person or
                                                                                           by fax or mail.




            College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Education for Everyone                                                                  3
                      WALK IN: You may register in person at the            also reserves the right to make changes in
GENERAL INFORMATION

                      Admissions Office located in the Enrollment           regulations, courses, fees and other matters of
                      Center. Tuition and fees must be paid upon            policy and procedure when deemed necessary.
                      registration. Open Monday and Tuesday from            These provisions are not to be regarded as an
                      8 a.m.-7 p.m. and Wednesday through Friday            irrevocable contract between the student and the
                      from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.                                    college.

                      FAX IN: You may fax your completed                          NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION
                      registration form to 409-933-8012. This is            College of the Mainland does not discriminate
                      available 24-hours-a-day. Include your Visa,          in its education programs and activities on the
                      MasterCard or Discover Card information.              basis of sex. Inquiries concerning application of
                                                                            Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972,
                      MAIL IN: Complete the registration form               as amended, may be referred to the College’s
                      online at www.com.edu/de and send payment             Title IX Coordinator or the U.S. Department of
                      for tuition and fees to Admissions Office at          Education’s Office of Civil Rights. The College
                      College of the Mainland, 1200 Amburn Road,            District designates the following person to
                      Texas City, Texas 77591-2499. Your mail-in            coordinate its efforts to comply with Title IX of
                      registration must reach us seven days prior to        Education Amendments: Lonica Bush, lbush@
                      the start date of the class.                          com.edu, 1200 Amburn Road, Texas City, TX
                            PAYMENT OF FEES AND TUITION                     77591, 409-933-8413.
                      All tuition and fees must be paid at the time              PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
                      of registration. Senior citizens with a valid         College of the Mainland offers credit academic
                      Senior Card pay just 50 percent of the tuition        and vocational programs published in the
                      on selected classes, plus all fees (facility, non-    current college catalog. Admission into these
                      resident, supplies, athletic, etc.)                   programs is based on graduation from an
                                       QUESTIONS?                           accredited high school, a GED certificate or
                      Call 409-933-8586 or 1-888-258-8859, ext.             individual approval. It is the policy of College
                      8586. The Continuing Education Office is              of the Mainland not to discriminate on the basis
                      located in the Technical-Vocational Building,         of sex, handicap, race, color, age or national
                      Suite 1475 and is open Monday through Friday          origin in its education and vocational programs,
                      8 a.m.-5 p.m.                                         activities or employment as required by Title
                                                                            IX, section 504 and Title VI. College of the
                                      CANCELLATIONS                         Mainland will take steps to assure that lack of
                      Don’t be disappointed - register early! Classes       English language skills will not be a barrier to
                      with insufficient enrollment are canceled             admission and participation in all educational
                      approximately five days prior to the start date       and vocational programs. For more information
                      of the class. You will be notified by phone when      about your rights or grievance procedures,
                      a class is canceled, and a refund will be issued.     contact the Vice President for Instruction, 1200
                      You can help avoid cancellations by registering at    Amburn Road, Texas City, TX 77591-2499, or
                      least 10 days prior to the start date of the class.   call 409-933-8229, (local) or 1-888-258-8859,
                                       REFUND POLICY                        ext. 8229. College of the Mainland is an equal
                      Refunds for Continuing Education tuition and          opportunity/affirmative action educational
                      fees will be 100 percent refunded before the          institution and does not discriminate on the
                      first day of class. Refund requests may be made       basis of race, sex, age, religion, veteran status or
                      in person, by phone 409-933-8586, or by fax           national origin.
                      409-933-8012. Student-refund requests must             DECLARACIÓN E INFORMACIÓN PÚBLICA
                      be received during normal business hours, at          El College of the Mainland ofrece programas
                      least one business day prior to the calendar start    vocacionales y académicos publicados en
                      date of the class. When a class is canceled by the    el presente catalogo. La admisión a estos
                      college, the student will receive an automatic        programas se efectua a base de la graduación
                      100 percent refund of tuition and fees.               de una escuela secundaria acreditada o por
                                DISCLAIMER STATEMENT                        medio de un certificado de GED o aprobación
                      College of the Mainland reserves the right to         individual. Es la politica del College of the
                      withdraw a student due to any inability to            Mainland no discriminar a base de sexo,
                      maintain the prescribed rate of progress or for       desventaja fisica, raza, color, edad u origen
                      behavior detrimental to the learning process of       nacional en sus programas educativos y
                      the student or class. College of the Mainland         vocacionales, ni en las actividades y el empleo,
                                                                            de acuerdo con los requisitos del Titulo IX,
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                             College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Continuing Education Schedule
Sección 504, y del Titulo VI. El College of the         consent. No student record, demographics or
Mainland tomara´ medidas para asegurar que              schedule information will be shared with anyone
el desconocimiento del idioma ingles no sea             over the phone or to any third party.




                                                                                                             GENERAL INFORMATION
obstaculo a la admisión y participación en todos
                                                         ABREVIATIONS USED IN THIS SCHEDULE
los programas educativos y vocacionales.
                                                        ADM Administration Building
       TOBACCO-FREE ENVIRONMENT                         AHC   Allied Health Center-League City
All College of the Mainland campuses are                AUD   Auto Diesel Building
tobacco-free facilities. In addition, COM has a         CLC   North County Learning Center-League
zero tolerance for alcohol on campus.                         City
                                                        COM College of the Mainland
    A NON-RESIDENT OF COM DISTRICT
                                                        CSHS Clear Springs High School-League City
A non-resident of the College of the Mainland
                                                        FAB   Fine Arts Building
district shall be subject to out-of-district fees. To
                                                        GCSI Gulf Coast Safety Institute
be a legal resident of the COM District you must
                                                        LRC   Learning Resources Center (Library)
reside in one of the following school districts: La
                                                        PSC   Public Service Careers Building
Marque, Texas City, Dickinson (including San
                                                        SC    Student Center
Leon and Bacliff, but not including Seabrook
                                                        SCI   Science/Math Building
or Kemah), Hitchcock or Santa Fe (including
                                                        SYN   Synonym-unique identifying number
Algoa, Arcadia and Alta Loma).
                                                        TBA   To Be Announced
    TEXAS PUBLIC EDUCATION GRANTS                       TVB   Technical Vocational Building
Grants are available to individuals, based on           CL    Face-to-face classroom course
need, who want to take occupational related             IN    Internet (online) course
courses. Grants may be used for tuition, fees and       HY    Hybrid course (50-85 percent online
materials only. Eligible programs include fire                and 15 to 50 percent in the classroom)
technology, certified nursing assistant, certified      WE    Web-enhanced (some assignments online)
medication aide, medical billing and police             WLD Welding
academy. Contact the Student Financial Services
                                                                 CREDIT OVERLAY CLASSES
Office, 409-933-8274 or 1-888-258-8859, ext.
                                                        Credit overlay classes are non-credit classes that
8274, for more information.
                                                        are scheduled with credit courses. Non-credit
             THE HAZELWOOD ACT                          students are not required to take the college
College of the Mainland may waive tuition               placement test or make application to the
and fees for Texas Veterans who are no longer           college to take the class.
eligible under VA Education Benefits, were
                                                        JOIN OUR SENIOR ADULT (55+) PROGRAM
honorably discharged from the military after
                                                        Join our classes and activities by registering
serving at least 180 days, entered the service
                                                        in Admissions and purchase a non-refundable
with Texas as their home of record and have
                                                        Senior Card for $10 in district, $20 out-of-
resided in Texas for at least 12 months prior to
                                                        district. The Senior Card can be purchased
their registration date. Veterans may register
                                                        at the cashier’s window and is valid from
for courses with course identification number
                                                        September 1, 2011 to August 31, 2012. There
beginning with a 5 (i.e., SUBAB55301, etc.).
                                                        is an additional $20 fee for a senior recreation
Application procedures are as follows: provide
                                                        membership. The Senior Adult Program
a letter from the Veterans Administration
                                                        schedule is available upon request. Classes,
stating that veteran is no longer eligible for
                                                        workshops and trips are generally offered
VA Educational Benefits and the original
                                                        during the day between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.,
or The Copy of your DD-214. Contact the
                                                        Monday through Friday. Call the Senior Adult
Student Financial Services Office at 409-933-
                                                        Program Office at 1-888-258-8859 (Houston),
8274 or 1-888-258-8859, ext. 8274, for more
                                                        ext. 8432 or ext. 8226 or 409-933-8432
information.
                                                        (Galveston), for more information.
    STUDENT RECORD PRIVACY POLICY
                                                               INTERNET OR HYBRID CLASSES
College of the Mainland complies with the
                                                        All Internet and Hybrid courses have $25
provisions of the Family Education and Privacy
                                                        networking fee, plus the cost of tuition and
Act (Buckley Amendment of 1974, Public Law
                                                        books. All students enrolled in Internet or
90-247, as amended) and any regulations that
                                                        Hybrid classes for the first time are required
may be promulgated there under. The College
                                                        to successfully complete the Blackboard
permits a student to inspect his or her own
                                                        Online Learner Workshop (see page 6 for
records and limits disclosure to others if a
                                                        more information about the Online Learner
student has not granted access by prior written
                                                        Workshop).
         College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Education for Everyone                                  5
                         2012 Summer Continuing Education Classes
                      ONLINE LEARNER WORKSHOP
                      All students enrolled in Internet or Hybrid classes for the first time are required to successfully complete the
                      Blackboard Online Learner Workshop prior to the start date of the course. The Online Learner Workshop is an
                      introduction to the Blackboard Learning Management System. Blackboard is where online courses are hosted. By
                      completing the Online Learner Workshop students will gain the skills necessary to succeed in their online course.
                      Access instructions can be found at http://www.com.edu/de/olw.cfm.
                      Cost:    In District: FREE Out-of-District: FREE
                      SYN:8226 WBCT-1005-061IN
                      06/01/12-06/30/12               INTERNET                                                          M Willis
                      SYN:8225 WBCT-1005-060IN
                      06/01/12-06/30/12               INTERNET                                                          M Willis
                      SYN:8228 WBCT-1005-071IN
                      07/01/12-07/31/12               INTERNET                                                          M Willis
                      SYN:8227 WBCT-1005-070IN
                      07/01/12-07/31/12               INTERNET                                                          M Willis
                      SYN:8230 WBCT-1005-081IN
                      08/01/12-08/31/12               INTERNET                                                          M Willis
                      SYN:8229 WBCT-1005-080IN
                      08/01/12-08/31/12               INTERNET                                                          M Willis
                      SYN:8231 WBCT-1005-082IN
                      08/01/12-08/31/12               INTERNET                                                          M Willis

                                                                   ACCOUNTING
                                                 FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8311
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS




                      ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES I-64HRS-CREDIT OVERLAY
                      A study of accounting concepts and their application in transaction analysis, financial statement preparation and
                      asset and equity accounting in proprietorships and corporations. Emphasis on accounting cycle for service and
                      merchandising enterprises. Upon course completion, the student will be able to identify and apply generally
                      accepted accounting principles, concepts, and procedures; identify and process transactions in the accounting cycle
                      for service and merchandising enterprises. Automatic enrollment in labs.
                      Cost:    In District: $246 Out-of-District: $251
                      SYN:8047 ACCTL-2001-101CL
                      06/04/12-07/06/12               MTWTHF                  09:30AM-11:20AM            TVB 1225       M Williams

                      ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES II-64HRS-CREDIT OVERLAY
                      A study of the fundamentals of managerial accounting. Emphasis on budgeting, planning, management decision
                      making, and analysis of financial reports. Upon course completion, the student will have a working knowledge of
                      management accounting terminology and procedures, and be able to prepare and analyze reports for financial
                      decision-making including statement of cash flow, budgets, variance analysis and other managerial decisions.
                      Hybrid course. Automatic enrollment in lab. All students enrolling in their first Internet or Hybrid section must
                      complete the Online Learner Workshop prior to registering for this course. Register for this free workshop which is
                      listed in the Online Learner Workshop (WBCT 1005) section. Go to http://de.com.edu to access the Workshop and
                      your course.
                      Cost:    In District: $271 Out-of-District: $276
                      SYN:8048 ACCTL-2002-201HY
                      06/04/12-07/06/12               MWTH                    06:00PM-07:50PM            TVB 1225       M Williams

                      ACCOUNTING, INTRODUCTION TO-48HRS-CREDIT OVERLAY
                      A study of analyzing, classifying, and recording business transactions in a manual and computerized environment.
                      Emphasis on understanding the complete accounting cycle and preparing financial statements, bank
                      reconciliations and payroll. Internet course. Mandatory orientation: 6/4/12 at 5:15PM in TVB-1225. All
                      students enrolling in their first Internet or Hybrid section must complete the Online Learner Workshop prior to
                      registering for this course. Register for this free workshop which is listed in the Online Learner Workshop
                      (WBCT 1005) section. Go to http://de.com.edu to access the Workshop and your course. Students should contact
                      their instructor via email prior to the start of the course at mwilliams@com.edu before 6/4/12.
                      Cost:    In District: $281 Out-of-District: $286
                      SYN:8049 ACNT-1003-001IN
                      06/04/12-07/06/12               INTERNET                                                          M Williams




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                             College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Continuing Education Schedule
                                         ALLIED HEALTH/EMS
                             FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8224
                  Allied Health classes are also offered at the COM Learning Center-North County.
                   Allied Health Center located at 200 Parker Court in League City. See page 36.

ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT-16HRS
Skill development for professional personnel practicing in critical care units, emergency departments, and
paramedic ambulances. Establishes a system of protocols for management of the patient experiencing cardiac
difficulties.
Cost:    In District: $150 Out-of-District: $155
SYN:7810 EMSP-2035-101CL
06/07/12-06/08/12               THF                        08:00AM-05:00PM             PSC 118         G Staudt

EMS INSTRUCTOR-48HRS
This is an internet based course. This course teaches methodology for instructors and coordinators of EMS
training. This 48-hour course of instruction meets the requirements of the National Department of
Transportation and is approved by the Texas Department of Health. Textbook required and may be purchased
in the COM Bookstore.
Cost:    In District: $130 Out-of-District: $135
SYN:7813 EMSP-2000-001IN
06/11/12-08/03/12               INTERNET                                                               J Duncan

EMT BASIC RECERTIFICATION-48HRS
This course meets the current Texas Department of State Health Services requirements for recertification of
EMS personnel in adherence with the National EMS Education Standards.
Cost:    In District: $150 Out-of-District: $155
SYN:7814 EMSP-1030-201CL




                                                                                                                          COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
06/05/12-08/02/12               TTH                        06:00PM-10:00PM             PSC 119         J Duncan

EMT COMPLETION-20HRS
Competency review of skills and classroom knowledge for students who are late in completing credit EMS
classes. Successful skills testing and written test is required to pass. Contact Julianne Duncan at Ext. 8198 to set up
days and times.
Cost:    In District: $125 Out-of-District: $130
SYN:7998 EMSP-1091-102CL
06/01/12-08/31/12                                                                      PSC 119         J Duncan

NREMT SKILLS & EXAM-14HRS
Official National Registry Exam site for AEMT and paramedic candidates. Includes optional skills practice
and review on Friday followed by NR exam on Saturday. Call if instructor if you only need a partial skills retest.
Cost:    In District: $150 Out-of-District: $155
SYN:7811 EMSP-1091-101CL
06/15/12-06/16/12               FS                         08:00AM-03:00PM/            PSC 118         J Duncan
                                                           08:00AM-05:00PM

NURSE AIDE FOR HEALTHCARE I-65HRS
Preparation for entry-level nursing assistants to achieve a level of knowledge, skills, and abilities essential to
provide basic care to residents of long-term care facilities. Students must enroll concurrently in Nurse Aide
Clinicals, NURA-1060, to complete the Certified Nursing Assistant Program. Tuition includes Healthcare
Provider CPR certification.
Cost:    In District: $401 Out-of-District: $411
SYN:7864 NURA-1001-201CL
06/05/12-07/25/12               TWTH                       06:00PM-09:00PM/            TVB 1137        P Moore
06/09/12                        S                          09:00AM-01:30PM

NURSE AIDE FOR HEALTHCARE II-24HRS
Clinical experiences are unpaid, external learning experiences. Students must enroll concurrently in Nurse Aide
for Health Care I (NURA-1001) to complete the Certified Nursing Assistant Program. Tuition includes
Malpractice Insurance and CE ID (for clinicals).
Cost:    In District: $152 Out-of-District: $157
SYN:7865 NURA-1060-202CL
06/23/12-06/30/12               TBA                        TBA                                         P Moore




          College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Education for Everyone                                             7
                      HEALTHCARE PROVIDER CPR-4.5HRS
                      Curriculum and testing include adult one and two rescuer CPR, child CPR, infant CPR, and adult and pediatric
                      foreign body airway obstruction which is designed for the Healthcare Provider. Textbooks may be purchased in
                      the COM Bookstore.
                      Cost:    In District: $50 Out-of-District: $55
                      SYN:7866 EMSCE-1003-101CL
                      06/02/12-06/02/12              S                         09:00AM-01:30PM            PSC 118        V Schoppe
                      SYN:7867 EMSCE-1003-102CL
                      07/21/12-07/21/12              S                         09:00AM-01:30PM            PSC 118        V Schoppe
                      SYN:7868 EMSCE-1003-103CL
                      08/25/12-08/25/12              S                         09:00AM-01:30PM            PSC 118        V Schoppe

                                                                             ART
                                                 FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8348

                      DRAWING I-96HRS-CREDIT OVERLAY
                      Introduction to the basic concepts, techniques, and materials of drawing. This course is available to a limited
                      number of non-credit students who are expected to follow the credit course objectives, including attendance.
                      Cost:    In District: $246 Out-of-District: $251
                      SYN:7887 ARTSL-2010-120CL
                      06/04/12-07/06/12               MTWTH                    12:30PM-05:10PM            FAB 130        M Greenwalt

                      Study abroad program - Oaxaca, Mexico. Instructor approval required. Additional expenses include but not limited
                      to transportation, room, meals and art supplies. Contact Mark Greenwalt for approval and additional information
                      at mgreenwalt@com.edu.
                      SYN:7762 ARTSL-2010-420CL
                      07/09/12-08/10/12                    TBA                 TBA                                       M Greenwalt
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS




                      DRAWING II-96HRS-CREDIT OVERLAY
                      This course is an expansion of Drawing I. Stressing the expressive and conceptual aspects of drawing including
                      advanced compositional arrangements, a variety of wet and dry media and the development of an individual
                      approach to theme and content. This course is available to a limited number of non-credit students who are
                      expected to follow the credit course objectives, including attendance. Study abroad program - Oaxaca, Mexico.
                      Instructor approval required. Additional expenses include but not limited to transportation, room, meals and art
                      supplies. Contact Mark Greenwalt for approval and additional information at mgreenwalt@com.edu.
                      Cost:    In District: $246 Out-of-District: $251
                      SYN:7763 ARTSL-2011-420CL
                      07/09/12-08/10/12               TBA                      TBA                                       M Greenwalt

                                                             CHILD DEVELOPMENT
                                                 FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8390

                      THE OUTDOOR CLASSROOM-7HRS
                      Enhance your school’s outdoor experiences. Incorporate art, science, gardening, dramatic play and gross motor
                      activities into playground curriculum. Includes important safety concerns, health benefits and budget stretching
                      ideas. Meets core knowledge area for Administration.
                      Cost:    In District: $22 Out-of-District: $27
                      SYN:8084 CDEC-1032-121CL
                      06/02/12-06/02/12              S                         08:30AM-04:30PM            TVB 1310       L Higgins

                      SUMMERTIME COOL-7HRS
                      Gain information about the importance of creative experiences in young toddler’s development. Suggestions are
                      given for activities that will enhance young toddlers’ development through art, music and pretending. Meets Core
                      Knowledge Area for Child Growth and Development.
                      Cost:    In District: $22 Out-of-District: $27
                      SYN:8085 CDEC-1051-122CL
                      06/09/12-06/09/12              S                         08:30AM-04:30PM            TVB 1310       E Plasek

                      CHILD ABUSE-7HRS
                      Preventing child abuse is everyone’s responsibility. This training helps students understand the typical profile of
                      child abusers as well as the various forms and aspects of neglect and abuse. Meets Core Knowledge Area for Health
                      and Safety.
                      Cost:    In District: $22 Out-of-District: $27
                      SYN:8086 CDEC-1032-123CL
                      06/16/12-06/16/12              S                         08:30AM-04:30PM            TVB 1310       E Plasek
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                             College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Continuing Education Schedule
GROWING LITERACY-7HRS
Early literacy consists of six skills that young children develop starting at birth. Learn creative and
developmentally appropriate ways to teach them, plus develop Make and Take materials for finger plays,
chants, rhymes and book props for your “read alouds.” Core Knowledge Area for Professional Practice, Methods
and Curriculum.
Cost:    In District: $22 Out-of-District: $27
SYN:8087 CDEC-1091-124CL
06/23/12-06/23/12              S                          08:30AM-04:30PM            TVB 1310       L Higgins

PROP BOXES AND LITERACY-7HRS
Theme based curriculum with lots of hands-on activities for Toddlers and Two Year Olds. Songs and Finger
Plays. Core Knowledge Area for Professional Practice, Methods and Curriculum.
Cost:    In District: $22 Out-of-District: $27
SYN:8088 CDEC-1008-125CL
07/07/12-07/07/12              S                          08:30AM-04:30PM            TVB 1310       A Robinson

WHAT HAPPENS IN CLASSROOM ... -7HRS
Does talking with parents feel like a roll of the dice? Do you wear a poker face when you speak to co-workers?
Come learn how to discuss issues without losing all your “chips.” Core Knowledge Area for Professionalism.
Cost:    In District: $22 Out-of-District: $27
SYN:8089 CDEC-1096-126CL
07/14/12-07/14/12              S                          08:30AM-04:30PM            TVB 1335       A Raumaker

HOW DOES YOUR CENTER GROW-7HRS
Do you want to grow great teachers and families? Explore how to plant policies and weed out problems. Meets
Core Knowledge Area for Administration.
Cost:    In District: $22 Out-of-District: $27
SYN:8090 CDEC-1096-127CL
07/21/12-07/21/12              S                          08:30AM-04:30PM            TVB 1310       A Raumaker




                                                                                                                          COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
INFANT/TODDLER CREATIVE ART-7HRS
Come learn some new and creative art ideas to make art time a great hands on learning experience for your
classroom by using various art techniques.
Cost:    In District: $22 Out-of-District: $27
SYN:8091 CDEC-1008-128CL
08/04/12-08/04/12              S                          08:30AM-04:30PM            TVB 1310       A Robinson

PRE-SERVICE TRAINING SESSION I-8HRS
This is one of three eight-hour pre-service sessions that are required of all new employees in regulated child care
facilities. Includes positive guidance and discipline concepts, age appropriate activities for children,
developmental stages, health and s safety practices, SIDS, Shaken Baby Syndrome, early brain development and
other pertinent child care topics.
Cost:    In District: $22 Out-of-District: $27
SYN:8278 CDEC-1009-129CL
08/11/12-08/11/12              S                          08:00AM-05:00PM            TVB 1310       R Castro




          College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Education for Everyone                                              9
                                                              COMPUTER CLASSES
                                                 FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8311

                      MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS-64HRS-CREDIT OVERLAY
                      An overview of computer information systems. Class includes instruction in computer terminology, computer
                      architecture, hardware, software application and system software, communication via computers, and the impact
                      of computers in business and industry. Web-enhanced course. Automatic enrollment in lab. Labs are scheduled
                      the first week of class.
                      Cost:    In District: $246 Out-of-District: $251
                      SYN:8045 COSCL-1001-201WE
                      06/04/12-07/06/12               MTWTH                    06:00PM-08:20PM            TVB 1318       COM Faculty

                                                 FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8154

                      MICROSOFT WORD 2010, INTRODUCTION-8HRS
                      Students will learn basic formatting, editing, saving and printing functions while creating a business document.
                      Skills learned satisfy most entry-level industry requirements. Prerequisite: Keyboarding 25 wpm. Textbook
                      included. No senior discount.
                      Cost:    In District: $105 Out-of-District: $110
                      SYN:8167 POFI-1024-150CL
                      06/02/12-06/09/12               S                        08:00AM-12:00PM            TBA            COM Faculty

                      MICROSOFT WORD 2010, INTERMEDIATE-8HRS
                      Beyond the basics: learn to use search and replace functions, mail merge, insert graphics and more. Prerequisite:
                      Basic knowledge of word-processing. Textbook included. No senior discount.
                      Cost:    In District: $105 Out-of-District: $110
                      SYN:8168 POFI-1042-150CL
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS




                      06/16/12-06/23/12               S                        08:00AM-12:00PM            TBA TBA        COM Faculty

                      MICROSOFT ACCESS 2010, INTRODUCTION-12HRS
                      Learn to design a database using Microsoft Access and to manipulate the data to generate reports. In this
                      introductory class, you will also learn program parameters, data dictionary, optional field characteristics,
                      calculation, constant default values, database organization and report generation. Prerequisite: basic keyboarding
                      and computer use. Textbook included. No senior discount.
                      Cost:    In District: $125 Out-of-District: $130
                      SYN:8169 ITSW-1053-150CL
                      06/30/12-07/14/12               S                        08:00AM-12:00PM            TBA TBA        COM Faculty

                      MICROSOFT EXCEL 2010, INTRODUCTION-12HRS
                      Students will learn spreadsheet terminology, program parameters, display characteristics, formatting, and basic
                      mathematical and printing functions. Skills learned satisfy most entry-level industry requirements. Prerequisite:
                      Basic keyboarding and computer use. Textbook included. No senior discount.
                      Cost:    In District: $125 Out-of-District: $130
                      SYN:8170 ITSW-1022-150CL
                      07/21/12-08/04/12               S                        08:00AM-12:00PM            TBA TBA        COM Faculty

                      MICROSOFT EXCEL 2010, INTERMEDIATE-12HRS
                      Instruction in linking worksheets; moving and copying cell contents; mathematical, statistical, and financial
                      functions; graphics; sorting and generating reports. Prerequisite: basic working experience in Excel. Textbook
                      included. No senior discount.
                      Cost:    In District: $125 Out-of-District: $130
                      SYN:8171 ITSW-1046-150CL
                      08/11/12-08/25/12               S                        08:00AM-12:00PM            TBA TBA        COM Faculty

                      MICROSOFT EXCEL 2010, ADVANCED-12HRS
                      Advanced concepts in electronic spreadsheets. Topics address macro programming features, database functions,
                      merging/linking spreadsheets, data file transfer and Boolean functions. Textbook Included. No senior discount.
                      Cost:    In District: $125 Out-of-District: $130
                      SYN:8279 ITSW-2049-250CL
                      06/5/12-06/14/12                TTH                      06:00PM-09:00PM            TBA TBA        COM Faculty
                      SYN:8280 ITSW-2049-151CL
                      07/10/12-07/19/12               TTH                      09:00AM-12:00PM            TBA TBA        COM Faculty




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                             College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Continuing Education Schedule
                                                DRAFTING
                           FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8311

TECHNICAL DRAFTING-96HRS-CREDIT OVERLAY
Introduction to the principles of drafting, such as terminology and fundamentals, including size and shape
descriptions, preparation methods, geometric construction, sections, auxiliary views, and reproduction processes.
This is not an AutoCAD class.
Cost:    In District: $328 Out-of-District: $333
SYN:8046 DFTG-1005-201CL
06/04/12-07/06/12               MTWTH                   05:00PM-09:50PM           TVB 1220A      COM Faculty




                                            STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM
                                              Prepare now for Spanish
                                            and Art in Oaxaca, Mexico
                                                SUMMER 2012 • JULY 7 - AUGUST 4
                                        • Credit Transfer • Non-Credit • Spanish Immersion




                                                                                                                    COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                                         For more information, visit www.com.edu/oaxaca
                                             RNaranjo@com.edu or call 409-933-8353
                                          or MGreenwalt@com.edu or call 409-933-8673



          Option 1 (four weeks):
            July 7 - August 4
         Option 2 (two weeks):
             July 7 - July 21
          Option 3 (two weeks):
            July 21 - August 4



                                               LANGUAGES
SPANISH I-64 HRS-CREDIT OVERLAY
Study Abroad Program in Oaxaca, Mexico. This program allows you to build your Spanish skills while enjoying
a rich multicultural experience. Earn CEU’s through the option of a 4-week stay or a 2-week stay. Travel times
are 7/7/12 - 8/4/12. Mandatory orientation: 6/28/12 at 6:00 PM in LRC-252. Wrap up session: 8/23/12. For more
information see www.com.edu/oaxaca or email Rnaranjo@com.edu , ext 8353.
Trip Cost: $2,150.00 (4-wk); $1,700 (2-wk)                 In District: $328          Out-of-District: $333
SYN:7992 SPANL-1001-40C1
07/07/12-07/21/12                    MTWTHFS            09:00AM-10:00PM           TBA TBA        R Naranjo
SYN:7994 SPANL-1001-40C2
07/21/12-08/04/12                    MTWTHFS            09:00AM-10:00PM           TBA TBA        R Naranjo



         College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Education for Everyone                                        11
                      SPANISH I-48HRS-CREDIT OVERLAY
                      An introduction to the fundamentals of the Spanish language needed by the beginning student to form a
                      foundation in basic vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation. Students will learn the alphabet, basic rules of
                      pronunciation and grammar. Upon completion the students will have acquired basic vocabulary for use in
                      every day and work situations. Do not purchase textbook until first class meets. Study abroad program-Oaxaca,
                      Mexico. Meets: 7/7/12 - 7/21/12. Mandatory orientation: 6/28/12 at 6:00PM in LRC-252. Wrap up session:
                      8/23/12. Email Rnaranjo@com.edu, Ext. 8253 for more information.
                      Cost:    In District: $348 Out-of-District: $353
                      SYN:7922 SPANL-1001-101CL
                      06/04/12-07/06/12               MTWTHF                  07:30AM-10:15AM            TVB 1224       R Naranjo

                      SPANISH II-48HRS-CREDIT OVERLAY
                      Study Abroad Program in Oaxaca, Mexico. This program allows you to build your Spanish skills while enjoying
                      a rich multicultural experience. Earn CEU’s through the option of a 4-week stay or a 2-week stay. Travel times are
                      7/7/12 - 7/21/12. Mandatory orientation: 6/28/12 at 6:00 PM in LRC-252. Wrap up session: 8/23/12. For more
                      information see www.com.edu/oaxaca or email Rnaranjo@com.edu, ext. 8353.
                      Trip Cost: $2,150.00 (4-wk); $1,700 (2-wk)                 In District: $328          Out-of-District: $333
                      SYN:7997 SPANL-1002-40C1
                      07/07/12-07/21/12                    MTWTHFS            09:00AM-10:00PM            TBA TBA        R Naranjo
                      SYN:8015 SPANL-1002-40C2
                      07/21/12-08/04/12                    MTWTHFS            09:00AM-10:00PM            TBA TBA        R Naranjo

                      SPANISH III-48HRS-CREDIT OVERLAY
                      Study Abroad Program in Oaxaca, Mexico. This program allows you to build your Spanish skills while enjoying
                      a rich multicultural experience. Earn CEU’s through the option of a 4-week stay or a 2-week stay. Travel times are
                      7/7/12 - 7/21/12. Mandatory orientation: 6/28/12 at 6:00 PM in LRC-252. Wrap up session: 8/23/12. For more
                      information see www.com.edu/oaxaca or email Rnaranjo@com.edu, ext. 8353.
                      Trip Cost: $2,150.00 (4-wk); $1,700 (2-wk)                 In District: $328          Out-of-District: $333
                      SYN:8008 SPANL-1003-40C1
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS




                      07/07/12-07/21/12                    MTWTHFS            09:00AM-10:00PM            TBA TBA        R Naranjo
                      SYN:8010 SPANL-1003-40C2
                      07/21/12-08/04/12                    MTWTHFS            09:00AM-10:00PM            TBA TBA        R Naranjo

                      SPANISH IV-48HRS-CREDIT OVERLAY
                      Study Abroad Program in Oaxaca, Mexico. This program allows you to build your Spanish skills while enjoying
                      a rich multicultural experience. Earn CEU’s through the option of a 4-week stay or a 2-week stay. Travel times are
                      7/7/12 - 7/21/12. Mandatory orientation: 6/28/12 at 6:00 PM in LRC-252. Wrap up session: 8/23/12. For more
                      information see www.com.edu/oaxaca or email Rnaranjo@com.edu, ext. 8353.
                      Trip Cost: $2,150.00 (4-wk); $1,700 (2-wk)                 In District: $328          Out-of-District: $333
                      SYN:8014 SPANL-1004-40C2
                      07/07/12-07/21/12                    MTWTHFS            09:00AM-10:00PM            TBA TBA        R Naranjo
                      SYN:8012 SPANL-1004-40C1
                      07/21/12-08/04/12                    MTWTHFS            09:00AM-10:00PM            TBA TBA        R Naranjo


                                                                  PHOTOGRAPHY
                      FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY-12HRS
                      As a student you will increase your knowledge and become comfortable shooting in manual, learn lighting,
                      composition, and manipulating controls for specific outcomes. Bring your Digital SLR and be ready to have fun
                      learning. This course covers the DSLR camera only. Instruction in camera functions, types of lenses, choosing
                      recording media and filters, flash photography, printing, exposure, production, print finishing and retouching. No
                      senior discount.
                      Cost:    In District: $135 Out-of-District: $140
                      SYN:8284 PHTC-1004-250CL
                      08/6/12-08/15/12                MW                      05:00PM-07:00PM            TVB 1569       COM Faculty




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                             College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Continuing Education Schedule
                              RISK MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE
                            FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8365
These safety-training classes are offered free to the public through a generous grant from the Texas Mutual
Insurance Company. Refreshments and materials are free. Times and dates are listed with each course.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and certificates will be awarded upon successful completion of each course.
You can also visit the web site at www.com.edu/rmi for information and registration forms.

HAZARDOUS WASTE OPERATIONS-8HRS
This class teaches you to follow hazardous waste from cradle to grave. TCEQ, OSHA and DOT regulations are
made simple. We will cover hazardous waste and proper disposal (per TCEQ), employee protection and training
topics (per OSHA), along with appropriate transport (per DOT).
Cost:    In District: FREE Out-of-District: FREE
SYN:7526 OSHT-1091-109CL
06/01/12-06/01/12               F                         08:00AM-05:00PM            LRC 131        K Bellows

PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT-8HRS
This seminar provides an introduction to the Process Safety Management of highly hazardous chemicals standard
(29CFR 1910.119) which contains requirements for the management of hazards associated with processes using
highly hazardous chemicals to help ensure safe and healthful workplaces. Topics include: hazard recognition,
evaluation and control; incident investigation and more.
Cost:    In District: FREE Out-of-District: FREE
SYN:7527 OSHT-1091-110CL
06/15/12-06/15/12               F                         08:00AM-05:00PM            LRC 131        B Smith

HYDROGEN SULFIDE SAFETY-8HRS
This seminar provides a basic understanding of hydrogen sulfide, its properties and health hazards. Topics include:
detection, proper handling and disposal, warning signs of exposure, personal protective equipment and more.




                                                                                                                         COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
Cost:    In District: FREE Out-of-District: FREE
SYN:7528 OSHT-1091-111CL
06/29/12-06/29/12               F                         08:00AM-05:00PM            LRC 131        N Stuart

PRINCIPLES OF CONSTRUCTION SAFETY-8HRS
Topics include introduction to OSHA, general duty clause, general safety and health provisions, electrical
hazards, fall protection, scaffolding, materials: handling, storage, use, and disposal, hand and power tools,
welding, trenching and excavating, stairways and ladders and other topics.
Cost:      In District: FREE         Out-of-District: FREE
SYN:7529 OSHT-1091-112CL
07/13/12-07/13/12                    F                    08:00AM-05:00PM            LRC 131        M Akladios

PROACTIVE SAFETY METRICS-8HRS
This course gives key steps for developing a safety performance management system and for measuring the
result. It offers possible solutions to problems with statistics along with effective methods of measuring. Learn
how to create a job safety scorecard and what to do with the data. Join us in this study of job task safety
measurement and remember, “What gets measured, get’s done.”
Cost:    In District: FREE Out-of-District: FREE
SYN:7530 OSHT-1091-113CL
07/27/12-07/27/12               F                         08:00AM-05:00PM            LRC 131        B Wehnes

KEEPING CONTRACTORS SAFE-8HRS
This class teaches how to keep your contractors safe and your liability at a minimum. You will discover the
power and pit falls of subcontracts. Discuss covering your bases with pre-project meetings and determine what
key elements to look for in a contractor inspection.
Cost:    In District: FREE Out-of-District: FREE
SYN:7531 OSHT-1091-114CL
08/10/12-08/10/12               F                         08:00AM-05:00PM            LRC 131        K Bellows

ARC FLASH SAFETY-8HRS
Electrical arc flash represents a significant risk of serious injury to everyone who works around electric power
and is the major cause of hospital admissions from electrical accidents. This course examines how arc flash
occurs and what must be done to protect workers from injury. Participants learn to use the principles written in
the 2012 National Fire Protection Association’s NFPA 70E industry standard.
Cost:    In District: FREE Out-of-District: FREE
SYN:7532 OSHT-1091-115CL
08/24/12-08/24/12               F                         08:00AM-05:00PM            LRC 131        B Smith




          College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Education for Everyone                                            13
                                                       INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES

                                                       AIR CONDITIONING/HEATING
                                                  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8406

                      AIR CONDITIONING, LEVEL I-96HRS
                      An introduction to HVAC principles, terminology, tools, and skills. The student will discuss basic HVAC
                      principles as well as hands on. No senior discount.
                      Cost:    In District: $328 Out-of-District: $333
                      SYN:8065 HART-1038-206CL
                      06/04/12-09/26/12               MW                        07:00PM-10:00PM            GCSI 117        R Bird

                      AIR CONDITIONING, LEVEL II-96HRS
                      Study and practical application of air conditioning principles, including air properties, maintenance operations,
                      thermodynamics, and compressor. Correctly measure AC and DC electrical circuits and air properties and
                      distribution. No senior discount.
                      Cost:    In District: $328 Out-of-District: $333
                      SYN:8067 HART-1005-207CL
                      06/05/12-09/20/12               TTH                       06:00PM-09:00PM            GCSI 117        R Bird

                      AIR CONDITIONING, LEVEL III-48HRS
                      An advanced course in application of troubleshooting principles and use of test instruments to diagnose air
                      conditioning and refrigeration components and system problems including conducting performance tests. No senior
                      discount.
                      Cost:    In District: $175 Out-of-District: $180
                      SYN:8068 HART-2036-208CL
                      06/04/12-09/26/12               MW                        05:30PM-07:00PM            GCSI 117        R Bird
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS




                      EPA CERTIFICATION-10HRS
                      Federal regulations require that persons who work with regulated refrigerants be certified. The certification exam
                      verifies that the person has read and understands the requirements of the Federal Clean Air Act. No senior discount.
                      Cost:    In District: $130 Out-of-District: $135
                      SYN:8070 HART-1091-101CL
                      06/23/12-06/30/12               S                         08:00AM-01:00PM            GCSI 117        R Bird
                      SYN:8072 HART-1091-102CL
                      07/21/12-07/28/12               S                         08:00AM-01:00PM            GCSI 117        R Bird
                      SYN:8074 HART-1091-104CL
                      08/18/12-08/25/12               S                         08:00AM-01:00PM            GCSI 117        R Bird

                                                               ELECTRICAL TRADES
                                                  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8406

                      ELECTRICAL, LEVEL I-96HRS
                      A general introduction to electrical concepts and tasks. Theory and hands-on activities in the following course
                      subjects: basic electricity, electrical safety, electrical prints, drawings, and symbols, electrical equipment, DC
                      circuits, wiring, tubing bending and installation, anchors and fasteners, common electrical test equipment,
                      introduction to the National Electrical Code and more. techniques. No senior discount.
                      Cost:    In District: $328 Out-of-District: $333
                      SYN:8059 ELPT-1019-206CL
                      07/05/12-10/23/12               TTH                       06:00PM-09:00PM            GCSI 119        P Doak

                      ELECTRICAL, LEVEL II-96HRS
                      Intermediate level theory and hands-on activities in the following course subjects: alternating current and
                      characteristic of alternating current systems, applications of OHM’s law to AC circuits, AC and DC motor theory
                      and application, motor parts, circuits and connections, grounding and bonding electrical systems, conduit bending,
                      boxes and fittings, wire and equipment selection, NEC regulations and more. No senior discount.
                      Cost:    In District: $328 Out-of-District: $333
                      SYN:8060 ELPT-1020-207CL
                      07/11/12-10/31/12               MW                        06:00PM-09:00PM            GCSI 119        P Doak




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                             College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Continuing Education Schedule
                   MACHINIST / MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE
                           FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8154

MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN - 3-YEAR PROGRAM-780 TOTAL HRS
This program was developed through the combined efforts of dedicated professionals in the industrial
community. Working together in an alliance with College of the Mainland, the Collaborative Crafts Training
Advisory Counsel (CCTAC) was formed to identify training and curriculum needs and to guide development of a
three-year community college workforce development program to train the next generation of Machinist-
Millwrights. This course of study spans over a period of 12 10-week quarters.

INDUSTRIAL MATHEMATICS - ORIENTATION, MATH REVIEW, MATH & MEASUREMENT-
65HRS
Math skills applicable to industrial occupations. Includes fraction and decimal manipulation, measurement,
percentage, and problem solving techniques for equations and ratio/proportion applications. Textbook included.
No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $475 Out-of-District: $480
SYN:8164 TECM-1001-211CL
06/04/12-08/13/12               MW                     06:00PM-09:15PM            AUD 012       COM Faculty

INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE - HAND AND POWER TOOLS-65HRS
Basic mechanical skills and repair techniques common to most fields of industrial maintenance. Topics include
precision measuring instruments and general safety rules common in industry, including lock-out/tag-out.
Prerequisite: TECM-1001 or instructor approval. Textbook included. No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $475 Out-of-District: $480
SYN:8165 INMT-1005-212CL
08/22/12-10/29/12               MW                     06:00PM-09:15PM            AUD 012       COM Faculty

CNC PROGRAMMING-124HRS




                                                                                                                     COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
A study of numerical control machine operations. Emphasis on standard and computer numerical controlled
procedures for planning, preparing and operation of computer assisted program. The student will apply
knowledge and skills to make necessary calculations, select desired machine tools and plan machining operations
and sequences to parts from working drawings and sketches with a minimum of instructor prepared guidelines.
This course will give the student knowledge of CNC controls, CNC tooling, setups, programming and safety.
Prerequisite: TECM-1001, MCHN-1091, MCHN-1038 or Instructor approval. Textbook included. No senior
discount.
Cost:    In District: $720 Out-of-District: $725
SYN:8166 MCHN-2034-201CL
06/04/12-09/24/12               MW                     06:00PM-10:00PM            AUD 019       COM Faculty

MILLWRIGHT, VI - RECIPROCATING, CENTRIFUGAL, OTHER COMPRESSORS-65HRS
A study of design, operation, and application of fans, blowers, and compressors. Emphasis on the relationships
and differences between types of pneumatic equipment as well as troubleshooting, repairing, and installing fans,
blowers, and compressors. Prerequisite: INMT-2003 or Instructor approval. Textbook included. No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $475 Out-of-District: $480
SYN:8163 MCHN-2014-224CL
08/06/12-10/17/12               MW                     06:00PM-09:15PM            AUD 017       COM Faculty

SPECIAL TOPICS/MACHINIST - PRINTS, SKETCHES, RIGGINGS, SLINGS, HOISTS AND
OVERHEAD CRANE-65HRS
Topics specific to this program include prints, sketches, rigging, slings, hoists and overhead cranes. Read
interpret and draw orthographic projection mechanical drawings. Describe basic safety procedures for heavy
lifting, Demonstrate proper hand signals. Prerequisite: INMT-1005 or Instructor approval. Textbook included.
No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $475 Out-of-District: $480
SYN:8161 MCHN-1091-213CL
06/19/12-08/23/12               TTH                    06:00PM-09:15PM            AUD 017       COM Faculty


                       Our Machinist program has five courses that total 426 hours of
                       instruction. We will take you from basic machine shop, through
                       CNC Programing and Operation, up to 3D solid model and design.

                       See more information on page 48.




          College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Education for Everyone                                        15
                                                        WELDING TECHNOLOGIES
                                                   FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8406

                      WELDING, MULTIPLE PROCESSES-112HRS
                      Basic welding techniques using some of the following processes: Oxy-fuel welding (OFW) and cutting, shielded
                      metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), and gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW). No senior
                      discount.
                      Cost:    In District: $500     Out-of-District: $505
                      SYN:8016 WLDG-1007-110CL                                 SYN:8035 WLDG-1007-216CL
                      06/04/12-06/28/12    MTWTH                               07/16/12-09/10/12    MTWTH
                      08:30AM-05:00PM      WLD 010          D Miller           06:00PM-09:00PM      WLD 010          R Brown
                      SYN:8029 WLDG-1007-210CL                                 SYN:8023 WLDG-1007-117CL
                      06/04/12-07/30/12    MTWTH                               07/23/12-08/16/12    MTWTH
                      06:00PM-09:00PM      WLD 010          R Brown            08:30AM-05:00PM      WLD 010          V Woods
                      SYN:8017 WLDG-1007-111CL                                 SYN:8036 WLDG-1007-217CL
                      06/11/12-07/05/12    MTWTH                               07/23/12-09/17/12    MTWTH
                      08:30AM-05:00PM      WLD 010          V Woods            06:00PM-09:00PM      WLD 010          D Cooper
                      SYN:8030 WLDG-1007-211CL                                 SYN:8024 WLDG-1007-118CL
                      06/11/12-08/06/12    MTWTH                               07/30/12-08/23/12    MTWTH
                      06:00PM-09:00PM      WLD 010          D Cooper           08:30AM-05:00PM      WLD 010          D Miller
                      SYN:8018 WLDG-1007-112CL                                 SYN:8037 WLDG-1007-218CL
                      06/18/12-07/12/12    MTWTH                               07/30/12-09/20/12    MTWTH
                      08:30AM-05:00PM      WLD 010          D Miller           06:00PM-09:00PM      WLD 010          R Brown
                      SYN:8031 WLDG-1007-212CL                                 SYN:8025 WLDG-1007-119CL
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS




                      06/18/12-08/13/12    MTWTH                               08/06/12-08/30/12    MTWTH
                      06:00PM-09:00PM      WLD 010          R Brown            08:30AM-05:00PM      WLD 010          V Woods
                      SYN:8019 WLDG-1007-113CL                                 SYN:8038 WLDG-1007-219CL
                      06/25/12-07/19/12    MTWTH                               08/06/12-09/27/12    MTWTH
                      08:30AM-05:00PM      WLD 010          V Woods            06:00PM-09:00PM      WLD 010          D Cooper
                      SYN:8032 WLDG-1007-213CL                                 SYN:8026 WLDG-1007-120CL
                      06/25/12-08/20/12    MTWTH                               08/13/12-09/10/12    MTWTH
                      06:00PM-09:00PM      WLD 010          D Cooper           08:30AM-05:00PM      WLD 010          D Miller
                      SYN:8020 WLDG-1007-114CL                                 SYN:8039 WLDG-1007-220CL
                      07/02/12-07/26/12    MTWTH                               08/13/12-10/08/12    MTWTH
                      08:30AM-05:00PM      WLD 010          D Miller           06:00PM-09:00PM      WLD 010          R Brown
                      SYN:8033 WLDG-1007-214CL                                 SYN:8027 WLDG-1007-121CL
                      07/02/12-08/27/12    MTWTH                               08/20/12-09/17/12    MTWTH
                      06:00PM-09:00PM      WLD 010          R Brown            08:30AM-05:00PM      WLD 010          V Woods
                      SYN:8021 WLDG-1007-115CL                                 SYN:8040 WLDG-1007-221CL
                      07/09/12-08/02/12    MTWTH                               08/20/12-10/15/12    MTWTH
                      08:30AM-05:00PM      WLD 010          V Woods            06:00PM-09:00PM      WLD 010          D Cooper
                      SYN:8034 WLDG-1007-215CL                                 SYN:8028 WLDG-1007-122CL
                      07/09/12-08/30/12    MTWTH                               08/27/12-09/24/12    MTWTH
                      06:00PM-09:00PM      WLD 010          D Cooper           08:30AM-05:00PM      WLD 010          D Miller
                      SYN:8022 WLDG-1007-116CL                                 SYN:8041 WLDG-1007-222CL
                      07/16/12-08/09/12    MTWTH                               08/27/12-10/22/12    MTWTH
                      08:30AM-05:00PM      WLD 010          D Miller           06:00PM-09:00PM      WLD 010          R Brown




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                              College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Continuing Education Schedule
       Want a Career
       in Welding?


       Call 409-933-8406



                                                                                                                     COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                                        CIVILIAN FIREARMS
                           FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8285

CHL REQUALIFICATION-4HRS
This course is designed to provide the current holder of a concealed handgun license the opportunity to meet the
State of Texas requirements for requalification. Student may use personal firearm with instructor approval. Use of
handgun (if needed), ammunition, target, range fee, and safety equipment included in tuition. All students must
wear long pants and closed toed shoes while on the Range.
Cost:    In District: $54 Out-of-District: $59
SYN:7824 CIVI-7002-104CL
06/16/12-06/16/12              S                        08:00AM-12:00PM            FIR 107        L Powell
SYN:7825 CIVI-7002-105CL
07/28/12-07/28/12              S                        08:00AM-12:00PM            FIR 107        L Powell
SYN:7826 CIVI-7002-106CL
08/18/12-08/18/12              S                        08:00AM-12:00PM            FIR 107        L Powell

CIVILIAN FIREARMS PRACTICE-3HRS
Structured handgun practice session. Instructors are present for assistance in enhanced skills and accuracy. On-
campus firing range is located adjacent to parking lot “E.” Students may use personal handgun with instructor
approval. Use of handgun (if needed) ammunition, target, range fee, and safety equipment included in tuition. All
students must wear long pants and closed toed shoes while on the Range. Minimum age 18.
Cost:    In District: $20 Out-of-District: $25
SYN:7827 CIVI-7001-201CL
06/07/12-06/07/12              TH                       06:30PM-09:30PM            FIR 107        L Powell
SYN:7828 CIVI-7001-202CL
06/21/12-06/21/12              TH                       06:30PM-09:30PM            FIR 107        L Powell
SYN:7829 CIVI-7001-203CL
07/05/12-07/05/12              TH                       06:30PM-09:30PM            FIR 107        L Powell
SYN:7830 CIVI-7001-204CL
07/19/12-07/19/12              TH                       06:30PM-09:30PM            FIR 107        L Powell
SYN:7831 CIVI-7001-205CL
08/02/12-08/02/12              TH                       06:30PM-09:30PM            FIR 107        L Powell
SYN:7832 CIVI-7001-206CL
08/16/12-08/16/12              TH                       06:30PM-09:30PM            FIR 107        L Powell


          College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Education for Everyone                                        17
                                            Civilian Firearms Training
                                                                    for beginners
                                                                             College of the Mainland offers an eight-hour
                                                                             class for the First-Step Handgun course for
                                                                             the beginner shooter.
                                                                             Includes:
                                                                             	 ✔ Safety handling and storage of handguns
                                                                             	 ✔ Basic principles of shooting
                                                                             	 ✔ Care and cleaning of handguns

                                                                             This class will prepare you for your Texas
                                                                             Concealed Handgun License.

                                                                 Two nights from 6 to 10 p.m.
                                                       For more information, call 409-933-8485.
                                                 1200 Amburn Road        Texas City, Texas 77591    www.com.edu

                      CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE-10HRS
                      This course is designed for persons desiring to qualify to obtain a permit to carry a concealed handgun. Course
                      topics are those required by the State of Texas. State law requires passage of a written test and demonstrated
                      proficiency with the handgun. Use of handgun (if needed), ammunition, target, range fee and safety equipment
                      included in tuition. All students are required to wear long pants and closed toed shoes while on the Range. Personal
                      handguns may be used with instructor approval. Minimum age 21. This class is not for someone who does not
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS




                      know how to safely operate and fire a handgun.
                      Cost:    In District: $84 Out-of-District: $89
                      SYN:7821 CIVI-7003-101CL
                      06/09/12-06/09/12              S                           07:30AM-06:30PM         FIR 107        L Powell
                      SYN:7822 CIVI-7003-102CL
                      07/14/12-07/14/12              S                           07:30AM-06:30PM         FIR 107        L Powell
                      SYN:7823 CIVI-7003-103CL
                      08/11/12-08/11/12              S                           07:30AM-06:30PM         FIR 107        L Powell

                      FIREARMS SAFETY-4HRS
                      This course is designed to provide an introduction to the basic principles of firearms safety. It is strongly
                      recommended for beginners who are considering the purchase of a firearm. The student will be instructed in the
                      proper loading and unloading of handguns, rifles, and shotguns. A variety of storage methods will be covered for
                      each of these firearms as well as the storage of ammunition in the home. Safety rules for Firing Ranges and safety
                      equipment needed for range usage will be addressed.
                      Cost:      In District: $20         Out-of-District: $25
                      SYN:7835 CIVI-7007-201CL
                      06/25/12-06/25/12                   M                      06:00PM-10:00PM         FIR 107        L Powell

                      FIRST STEP BASIC HANDGUN-8HRS
                      This course is designed to provide beginner level instruction relating to the use of a handgun. It is strongly
                      recommended for beginners thinking towards personal protection with a handgun. Course consists of classroom
                      and practical use segments. Training will expose students to the variety of sizes/types of handguns, forming
                      valuable knowledge for the personal selection process. There will be strong emphasis on safe handling and storage
                      procedures. Use of handguns, targets, ammunition, safety equipment, and range fee included in tuition. All students
                      must wear long pants and closed toed shoes while on the Range. Registration required minimum three days prior to
                      course date.
                      Cost:    In District: $68 Out-of-District: $73
                      SYN:7833 CIVI-7004-201CL
                      07/09/12-07/10/12              MT                          06:00PM-10:00PM         FIR 107        L Powell

                      INTERMEDIATE DEFENSIVE HANDGUN-12HRS
                      This course designed to begin real-life training for handgun use in quick reaction self defense. Training to include
                      danger awareness, planned response, quick reaction shooting techniques, and safety after incident. Minimum age
                      21 and CHL required. Student must provide own handgun and carry method equipment. Ammunition, targets,
                      range fees, and safety equipment included in tuition. All students must wear long pants and closed toed shoes while
                      on the Range. Registration required minimum three days prior to course date.
                      Cost:    In District: $180 Out-of-District: $185
                      SYN:7834 CIVI-7005-201CL
                      08/13/12-08/15/12               MTW                        06:00PM-10:00PM         FIR 107        L Powell
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                             College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Continuing Education Schedule
                                    PUBLIC SERVICE CAREERS

                                           LAW ENFORCEMENT
                            FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8285

ARREST, SEARCH AND SEIZURE-16HRS
Topics include probable cause, detention and arrest, exceptions to search warrant requirements, search warrant
principles, and preparation including documentation and components of a probable cause affidavit, suppression
hearings and civil liabilities.
Cost:    In District: $40 Out-of-District: $45
SYN:7818 CJLE-2002-101CL
08/23/12-08/24/12              THF                         08:00AM-05:00PM             PSC 116         R Williamson

ICC, USE OF FORCE-16HRS
Psychological and emotional factors, “use of force” factors, force options, and deadly force. Emphasizes legal
issues such as civil rights complaints, governmental liability, court decisions, and vicarious liability. Includes review
of Chapter 9 of the Penal Code. Demonstrate use of force options including voice options, weapons strategies,
command presence, non-lethal weapons and deadly force.
Cost:    In District: $40 Out-of-District: $45
SYN:7817 CJLE-1056-101CL
07/24/12-07/25/12              TW                          08:00AM-05:00PM             PSC 116         R Williamson

TCLEOSE BASIC INSTRUCTOR-40HRS
Topics include the adult learning process and the differences between adult and child learning, the role of the
instructor, the three domains of learning and their impact on the learning process. Other topics included are factors
affecting learning, the four phases of the teaching/learning process, learning objectives and their proper use, lesson
plan preparation, methods of instruction, techniques of developing tests and evaluations and the use of instructional




                                                                                                                            COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
media. Students successfully completing this course and who pass the TCLEOSE Instructor Examination will be
eligible for the TCLEOSE Instructor License.
Cost:    In District: $110 Out-of-District: $115
SYN:7816 CJLE-2049-101CL
06/04/12-06/08/12               MTWTHF                     08:00AM-05:00PM             PSC 116         R Williamson

LEGAL UPDATE-4HRS
TCLEOSE 3182 The goal of this curriculum is to provide law enforcement officers with an update of recent statute
changes and additions provided by the 82nd Legislature. Recent Supreme Court decisions that impact
important issues such as search and seizure, detention, etc., are also included in this curriculum as these cases may
impact the function, policy, and procedures of law enforcement officers and law enforcement administration.
Cost:    In District: $10        Out-of-District: $15
SYN:7820 LE-1005-102CL
07/26/12-07/26/12                     TH                   01:00PM-05:00PM             PSC 116         R Williamson
SYN:7819 LE-1005-101CL
07/26/12-07/26/12                     TH                   08:00AM-12:00PM             PSC 116         R Williamson




           Interested in the Security Industry?
                      Full-time or part-time Employment
                     Salary range as high as $17 per hour.

       College of the Mainland is offering courses for Commissioned
       Security Officers. Graduates may apply for licensing by the
       Texas Department of Public Safety Private Security Bureau.
                            Day and Evening Classes
                    For more information, call 409-933-8285.




          College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Education for Everyone                                              19
                                                 SECURITY AND LOSS PREVENTION
                                                 FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8285

                      COMMISSIONED SECURITY OFFICER-40HRS
                      This course provides required training to carry firearms for private security employment. Training consists of
                      TCPS Levels II and III, to include the role of the security officer; legal power and authority for arrest, search and
                      use of force, professionalism, leadership, ethical conduct, written documentation, emergency situation conflict
                      resolution, and Commission rules and regulations. Students must pass written exams and demonstrate proficiency
                      with handgun and shotgun. Successful completion of the course will provide initial certification through the Texas
                      Private Security Bureau to carry a firearm for private security employment responsibility.
                      Cost:    In District: $165 Out-of-District: $170
                      SYN:7836 SLPS-1013-201CL
                      06/11/12-06/22/12               MTWTHF                   06:00PM-10:00PM             PSC 117        L Powell
                      SYN:7837 SLPS-1013-101CL
                      07/16/12-07/20/12               MTWTHF                   08:00AM-05:00PM             PSC 116        L Powell
                      SYN:7838 SLPS-1013-202CL
                      08/13/12-08/24/12               MTWTHF                   06:00PM-10:00PM             PSC 117        L Powell

                      SECURITY CLASSROOM INSTRUCTOR-40HRS
                      This course is designed to comply with mandated Texas Commission on Private Security training standards for
                      issuance of Classroom Instructor License. Course curriculum is taken directly from TCLEOSE Basic Instructor
                      Course. Topics covered include adult learning process, factors affecting adult learning, four phases of teaching/
                      learning process, learning objectives and their proper use, lesson plan preparation, methods of instruction,
                      techniques for developing tests and evaluations, and the use of instructional media.
                      Cost:    In District: $110 Out-of-District: $115
                      SYN:7842 SLPS-2059-101CL
                      06/04/12-06/08/12               MTWTHF                   08:00AM-05:00PM             PSC 116        R Williamson
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS




                      SECURITY FIREARMS REQUAL/CE-7HRS
                      This course provides for the every two year firearms requalification and continuing education training mandated by
                      the Texas Commission on Private Security in order to recertify as a Commissioned Security Officer. Training must
                      take place within the last 90 days prior to expiration date of Commission.
                      Cost:    In District: $56 Out-of-District: $61
                      SYN:7839 SLPS-1091-101CL
                      06/29/12-06/29/12              F                         08:00AM-03:00PM             FIR 107        L Powell
                      SYN:7840 SLPS-1091-102CL
                      07/27/12-07/27/12              F                         08:00AM-03:00PM             FIR 107        L Powell
                      SYN:7841 SLPS-1091-103CL
                      08/31/12-08/31/12              F                         08:00AM-03:00PM             FIR 107        L Powell




                                          COM Bookstore
                                                            STUDENT CENTER

                                                            Regular Store Hours
                                                 Monday and Tuesday                           8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
                                                 Wednesday and Thursday                       8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
                                                 Friday                                       8 a.m. - 3 p.m.


                                                           409-933-8239
                            Order books and supplies online at www.combookstore.com.


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                             College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Continuing Education Schedule
                    FIRE ACADEMY
                 Texas Commission on Fire Protection
            BASIC FIRE SUPPRESSION CERTIFICATION
                Day Academies (16 weeks) Spring and Fall Semesters
              Night Academy (32 weeks) Fall through Spring Semester
         Tuition and Fees:                   In district: $1669 Out-of-district: $1704
         Bunker Gear Rental:                 $300
         Boots, Hood, Gloves:                $185
         Uniforms:                           $100
         Books:                              $150
         Total Approximate Cost:             fewer than $2500
       Note: Bunker gear rental, boots, hood, gloves, uniforms and books are provided
       by private vendors and are subject to change without notice.
        Visit www.com.edu/fire-technology/ for complete details about the Fire Academy.
                          Classes limited to the first 24 applicants.
               For more information, contact Susan Meadows at 409-933-8285.



                                           FIREFIGHTER ACADEMY
                                FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8378

FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION I-112HRS
This course is one in a series of courses in basic preparation for a new firefighter. The course must be taken in




                                                                                                                       COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
conjunction with Firefighter Certification II, III, IV, V, VI and VII to satisfy the Texas Commission on Fire
Protection (TCFP) curriculum for Basic Structural Fire Suppression, Course #100. Subjects include curriculum and
competencies as set forth in the TCFP Curriculum Manual for Basic Fire Suppression.
Cost:    In District: $290 Out-of-District: $295
SYN:7857 FIRS-1001-201WE
08/27/12-05/10/13               MTWTHS                              06:00PM-10:00PM/      PSC 120   D McLerran
                                                                    08:00AM-05:00PM
SYN:7850 FIRS-1001-101WE
08/27/12-12/14/12                          MTWTHF                   08:00AM-05:00PM       PSC 120   D McLerran

FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION II-112HRS
This course is one in a series of courses in basic preparation for a new firefighter. The course must be taken in
conjunction with Firefighter Certification I, III, IV, V, VI and VII to satisfy the Texas Commission on Fire
Protection (TCFP) curriculum for Basic Structural Fire Suppression, Course #100. Subjects include curriculum and
competencies as set forth in the TCFP Curriculum Manual for Basic Fire Suppression.
Cost:    In District: $284 Out-of-District: $289
SYN:7858 FIRS-1007-202WE
08/27/12-05/10/13               MTWTHS                              06:00PM-10:00PM/      PSC 120   S Kozlowski
                                                                    08:00AM-05:00PM
SYN:7851 FIRS-1007-102WE
08/27/12-12/14/12                          MTWTHF                   08:00AM-05:00PM       PSC 120   S Kozlowski

FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION III-80HRS
This course is one in a series of courses in basic preparation for a new firefighter. The course must be taken in
conjunction with Firefighter Certification I, II, IV, V, VI and VII to satisfy the Texas Commission on Fire
Protection (TCFP) curriculum for Basic Structural Fire Suppression, Course #100. Subjects include curriculum and
competencies as set forth in the TCFP Curriculum Manual for Basic Fire Suppression.
Cost:    In District: $204 Out-of-District: $209
SYN:7859 FIRS-1013-203WE
08/27/12-05/10/13               MTWTHS                              06:00PM-10:00PM/      PSC 120   S Scott
                                                                    08:00AM-05:00PM
SYN:7852 FIRS-1013-103WE
08/27/12-12/14/12                          MTWTHF                   08:00AM-05:00PM       PSC 120   S Scott




         College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Education for Everyone                                           21
                      FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION IV-80HRS
                      This course is one in a series of courses in basic preparation for a new firefighter. The course must be taken in
                      conjunction with Firefighter Certification I, II, III, V, VI and VII to satisfy the Texas Commission on Fire
                      Protection (TCFP) curriculum for Basic Structural Fire Suppression, Course #100. Subjects include curriculum and
                      competencies as set forth in the TCFP Curriculum Manual for Basic Fire Suppression.
                      Cost:    In District: $204 Out-of-District: $209
                      SYN:7860 FIRS-1019-204CL
                      08/27/12-05/10/13               MTWTHS                 06:00PM-10:00PM/          PSC 120        S Kozlowski
                                                                             08:00AM-05:00PM
                      SYN:7853 FIRS-1019-104WE
                      08/27/12-12/14/12                   MTWTHF             08:00AM-05:00PM           PSC 120        S Kozlowski

                      FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION V-96HRS
                      This course is one in a series of courses in basic preparation for a new firefighter. The course must be taken in
                      conjunction with Firefighter Certification I, II III, IV, VI and VII to satisfy the Texas Commission on Fire
                      Protection (TCFP) curriculum for Basic Structural Fire Suppression, Course #100. Subjects include curriculum and
                      competencies as set forth in the TCFP Curriculum Manual for Basic Fire Suppression.
                      Cost:    In District: $244 Out-of-District: $249
                      SYN:7861 FIRS-1023-205WE
                      08/27/12-05/10/13               MTWTHS                 06:00PM-10:00PM/          PSC 120        S Scott
                                                                             08:00AM-05:00PM
                      SYN:7854 FIRS-1023-105WE
                      08/27/12-12/14/12                   MTWTHF             08:00AM-05:00PM           PSC 120        S Scott

                      FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION VI-80HRS
                      This course is one in a series of courses in basic preparation for a new firefighter. The course must be taken in
                      conjunction with Firefighter Certification I, II III, IV, V and VII to satisfy the Texas Commission on Fire
                      Protection (TCFP) curriculum for Basic Structural Fire Suppression, Course #100. Subjects include curriculum and
                      competencies as set forth in the TCFP Curriculum Manual for Basic Fire Suppression.
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS




                      Cost:    In District: $204 Out-of-District: $209
                      SYN:7862 FIRS-1029-206WE
                      08/27/12-05/10/13               MTWTHS                 06:00PM-10:00PM/          PSC 120        S Kozlowski
                                                                             08:00AM-05:00PM
                      SYN:7855 FIRS-1029-106WE
                      08/27/12-12/14/12                   MTWTHF             08:00AM-05:00PM           PSC 120        S Kozlowski

                      FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION VII-80HRS
                      This course is one in a series of courses in basic preparation for a new firefighter. The course must be taken in
                      conjunction with Firefighter Certification I, II III, IV, V and VI to satisfy the Texas Commission on Fire
                      Protection (TCFP) curriculum for Basic Structural Fire Suppression, Course #100. Subjects include curriculum and
                      competencies as set forth in the TCFP Curriculum Manual for Basic Fire Suppression.
                      Cost:    In District: $289 Out-of-District: $294
                      SYN:7863 FIRS-1033-207WE
                      08/27/12-05/10/13               MTWTHS                 06:00PM-10:00PM/          PSC 120        S Scott
                                                                             08:00AM-05:00PM
                      SYN:7856 FIRS-1033-107WE
                      08/27/12-12/14/12                   MTWTHF             08:00AM-05:00PM           PSC 120        S Scott




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                             College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Continuing Education Schedule
                   FIREFIGHTER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
                             FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8378

EVOC-16HRS
Bring your own engine on Sunday or use one of the Galveston County Reserve Engines for the driving course. This
is a two-day NFPA 1002 compliant program accepted by VFIS. Galveston County Engines will be available for the
driving portion.
Cost:    In District: $250 Out-of-District: $255
SYN:7845 FIRT-1091-101CL
06/09/12-06/10/12               SSU                         08:00AM-05:00PM             PSC 120         S Scott

ISO SAFETY-16HRS
This 16-hour class will prepare firefighters and officers as a Safety Officer, under the recommendations
of the Fire Department Safety Officers Association. The primary purpose of the safety officer is the safety
of all responders. This class will prepare each individual to function as an incident or line safety officer in all
phases of the emergency, from the start of an emergency through the mop-up stage. Training will be both in
the classroom and hands on table top scenarios.
Cost:    In District: $250 Out-of-District: $255
SYN:7848 FIRT-1091-103CL
07/28/12-07/29/12               SSU                         08:00AM-05:00PM             TBA TBA         S Kozlowski

PUMP OPS-16HRS
This course satisfies 16 hours of SFFMA Section 24, Basic and Intermediate Pumps. Note: Departments that
want their personnel to train on their own equipment are encouraged to participate.
Cost:    In District: $250 Out-of-District: $255
SYN:7849 FIRT-1091-105CL
08/04/12-08/05/12               SSU                         08:00AM-05:00PM             TBA TBA         S Scott




                                                                                                                           COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
ROPE & RAPPEL-16HRS
This class satisfies 16 hours of SFFMA Section 28, Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Rope and will include
rappelling. Students will need to be in good physical condition and capable of operating from heights above
ground level. Students will need a helmet (fire helmet is suitable) and overhaul or rope gloves with all fingers (no
open finger gloves).
Cost:    In District: $250 Out-of-District: $255
SYN:7846 FIRT-1091-102CL
06/23/12-06/24/12               SSU                         08:00AM-05:00PM             TBA TBA         S Kozlowski

SEAR-16HRS
This 16-hour course covers advanced firefighter survival skills including requirements for NFA H-134 and Q-133
Calling the Mayday. SFFMA topics include: Rescue Operations 6 hours advanced, SCBA 4 hours advanced,
FF Safety & PPE 4 hours Intermediate, and Ropes 2 hours advanced. Students will need to be in good physical
condition and capable of performing interior fire suppression and rescue functions. Students will be required to
don structural firefighting PPE and SCBA and utilize fire service hand tools. This course is physically intensive
and there is a possibility of minor injuries and damage to gear.
Cost:    In District: $250 Out-of-District: $255
SYN:7847 FIRT-1091-104CL
07/14/12-07/15/12               SSU                         08:00AM-05:00PM             TBA TBA         S Kozlowski




          College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Education for Everyone                                              23
                                                                                    New Name•New Price•New Time
                              New Fitness
                                                                                               Fitness classes are no longer
                           Membership Programs                                                 included in membership fee.




                                               WELLNESS MEMBERSHIP PROGRAMS
                                                  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8174

                      OBTAINING MEMBERSHIPS
                      Make payments at the cashier window located in the Enrollment Center. Method of payment accepted: Cash,
                      Check, VISA, American Express, Discover and MasterCard. Take paid receipt to the Welcome Center to have your
                      ID picture taken or current sticker placed on your ID card. You must have a current ID card to be admitted into the
                      Gym facility.

                      ADULT FITNESS MEMBERSHIPS-79HRS
                      This membership provides a comprehensive range of energizing fitness equipment in the College’s Gym facilities to
                      help you obtain your goals for health, fitness and relaxation.
                      Cost:    In District: $40 Out-of-District: $45
                      SYN:8138 WELL-7009-102CL
                      06/04/12-08/18/12              MTWTHF                      05:00AM-10:00PM
                                                     SSU                         08:00AM-04:00PM

                      YOUTH FITNESS MEMBERSHIPS-79HRS
                      This membership is to provide a positive experience and a safe environment for boys and girls. The College’s Gym
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS




                      facilities offer a wide variety of recreational youth fitness. These activities are designed to give the participant the
                      use of the basketball court, swimming pool and racquetball courts. Ages 15 years and under must be accompanied
                      by an adult.
                      Cost:    In District: $30 Out-of-District: $35
                      SYN:8139 WELL-7060-103CL
                      06/04/12-08/18/12              MTWTHF                      05:00AM-10:00PM
                                                     SSU                         08:00AM-04:00PM

                      SENIOR FITNESS MEMBERSHIPS-79HRS
                      This membership provides a comprehensive range of energizing fitness equipment in the College’s Gym facilities
                      to help you obtain your goals for health, fitness and relaxation. This is a one-year membership (Sept. 1 - Aug. 31).
                      This membership is only available with the purchase of a Senior Card ($10).
                      Cost: With COM Senior Adult card In District: $20             Out-of-District: $ 40
                      SYN:8140 WELL-SENIOR
                      06/04/12-08/18/12                MTWTHF                    05:00AM-10:00PM
                                                       SSU                       08:00AM-04:00PM

                      DAILY PASS                                                    Monday - Friday          4 - 6 p.m.         *Lap/Walk
                      $5 (Purchased at Gym Lobby Desk)                              Monday and Wednesday 7 - 9 p.m.                **Open
                                                                                    Tuesday and Thursday     11 a.m. - 2 p.m.      **Open
                      GYM FLOOR                                                     Saturday                 10 a.m. - noon        **Open
                      (Basketball courts)                                           Call 409-933-8174 for pool information, times and
                      Please check on availability at the front desk.               dates.

                      RACQUETBALL                                                   WEIGHT ROOM AND CARDIO ROOMS
                      Please check on availability at the front desk, by            Must be 16 and older to enter and work out in strength
                      reservation only.                                             and cardio rooms.
                                                                                    Rooms 132, 135, 120 and 119
                      POOL                                                          Monday-Friday             5 a.m. - 10 p.m.
                      New Pool Hours Summer 2012                                    SSU                       8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
                      *Note: Lap/Walk swim is for adults 18 years and older.
                      No diving board.                                              SAUNA
                      **Note: Open swim is for youth and adult. Diving              (18 years and older)
                      board allowed.                                                Monday - Friday             5 a.m. - 9 p.m.
                      Youth 15 years old and under must be accompanied by
                      an adult.                                                     POOL PARTY RENTAL
                      Monday-Friday             6 - 8 a.m.        *Lap/Walk         Minimum two-hour weekend rental includes lifeguards
                      Saturday                  8 - 10 a.m.       *Lap/Walk         and clean-up. For additional information, call 409-933-
                                                                                    8528.
                                                                                    Two-hour Rental     $154
                                                                                    Three-hour Rental $222
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                              College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Continuing Education Schedule
P90X® (FREE VIDEO CLASS)
Improve your physical fitness through a rigorous segmented training. P90X® is an exercise method of cross-training
and per iodization achieved through switching the order of exercises and incorporating new and varied movements.
This should help prevent the body from adapting to exercises over time, resulting in continual improvement without
plateaus. Only a membership or your COM Student ID is required to join in this class.
M/W      12:30PM-01:30PM

INSANITY® (FREE VIDEO CLASS)
The Insanity® workout program is an exercise program that will boost your metabolism and increase your energy
levels. The Insanity® workout program is known as the toughest workout you’ll ever love. Only a membership or
your COM Student ID is required to join in this class.
T/TH        12:30PM-01:30PM

SPINNING® (FREE VIDEO CLASS)
Spinning® classes can be a great way to get in a vigorous workout, burning calories and keeping your muscles in
shape. Only a membership or your COM Student ID is required to join in this class.
F           12:30PM-01:30PM

                                  CROSS TRAINING CLASSES
KICKBOXING-21HRS
This course is an athletic workout for both men and women.
Cost:    In District: $32 Out-of-District: $37
SYN:8142 WELL-7022-201CL
06/04/12-08/15/12              MW                       05:30PM-06:30PM            P-112B         A Lacy

BOOT CAMP -21HRS
This is a result-driven conditioning program that meets twice a week for 60-minute sessions. It is conducted in an
indoor/outdoor environment, utilizing a military-style format, coupled with progressive, innovative and creative




                                                                                                                       COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
exercises in fitness. Boot camp workouts include cardiovascular, speed and endurance, partner resistance, strength
training, dumbbells, barbells and tractor tires.
Cost:    In District: $ 32 Out-of-District: $ 37
SYN:8105 WELL-1001-205CL
06/04/12-08/17/12               TTH                     05:30PM-06:30PM            Gym            TBA

TRIPLE DECKER-22HRS
An incredible 45-minute workout that is the ultimate in cardio, strength and balance synergy. This combination will
challenge your muscles in a creative, balanced format of nonstop cardio, strength and balance intervals. Workout
may include cycling, kickboxing, BOSU, stability ball, medicine ball, body bar, weights or resistance bands. Abs and
stretching at the end.
Cost:    In District: $32 Out-of-District: $37
SYN:8143 WELL-1051-101CL
06/05/12-08/16/12              TTH                      05:00AM-05:45AM            GYM            TBA




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                                                      CARDIO/STRENGTH TRAINING
                      DANCE ZUMBA®-22HRS
                      Zumba® fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind fitness program that will
                      blow you away. Zumba® participants achieve long-term benefits while experiencing a blast in an exciting hour of
                      calorie-burning, awe-inspiring movements meant to engage and captivate for life.
                      Cost:    In District: $32 Out-of-District: $37
                      SYN:8145 WELL-7082-101CL
                      06/05/12-08/16/12              TTH                       12:30PM-01:30PM            P-112B          L Moore
                      SYN:8146 WELL-7082-201CL
                      06/05/12-08/16/12              TTH                       05:30PM-06:30PM            P-112B          A Kushner

                      SPINNING® FITNESS-21HRS
                      Spinning® offers a fun and effective way to burn fat and improve cardiovascular endurance. Students will be
                      motivated and lead on an indoor cycling journey up hills, across valleys and down the flats.
                      Cost:    In District: $32 Out-of-District: $35
                      SYN:8131 WELL-7053-103CL
                      06/04/12-08/15/12              MW                        05:30PM-06:30PM            P-112A          B Wright

                      AIKIDO®-22HRS
                      AIKIDO® (harmony-energy-way) is a defensive martial art which teaches its students to overcome an attacker
                      by blending with the attack in order to absorb and redirect its energy. This class offers a well-rounded mix of
                      cardiovascular exercise and self-defense. Most techniques consist of joint locks and throws.
                      Cost:    In District: $80 Out-of-District: $85
                      SYN:8135 WELL-7081-201CL
                      06/04/12-08/16/12              TTH                       06:30PM-09:30PM            Gym             B Biggerstaff

                                                           MIND/BODY SCULPTING
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS




                      YOGA/PILATES-21HRS
                      Boost your exercise routine with this muscle-defining, calorie burning workout class. This class is a system of low
                      impact, gentle exercises that stretch, lengthen and build core strength for a healthy, flexible spine. You’ll move
                      smoothly from one exercise to the next to make sure no muscle is left untouched. This head-to-toe body sculpting
                      plan will help you firm up, lose fat and love your body!
                      Cost:    In District: $32 Out-of-District: $37
                      SYN:8144 WELL-7089-103CL
                      06/04/12-08/15/12              MW                        08:00AM-09:00AM            P-112           TBA

                                                             DANCE FOR EXERCISE
                                                 FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8174

                      DANCE, TEXAS TWO-STEP-11HRS
                      The country western two-step, often called the Texas Two-Step is a progressive dance that proceeds
                      counterclockwise around the floor. The Texas Two-Step is the most widely known and performed country western
                      dance in America.
                      Cost:    In District: $84 Out-of-District: $89
                      SYN:8129 WELL-7008-201CL
                      06/04/12-08/13/12              M                         07:00PM-08:00PM            P-112B          B Whistler

                      DANCE, BALLROOM SWING-11HRS
                      This fast-pace, high-energy dance style is fun and exhilarating. You will learn exciting patterns in the first 30
                      minutes which is combined with a very high-energy dance that uses syncopated footwork, combined with new
                      patterns in the last 30 minutes. Give them a try.
                      Cost:    In District: $84 Out-of-District: $89
                      SYN:8120 WELL-7008-202CL
                      06/04/12-08/13/12              M                         08:00PM-09:00PM            P-112B          B Whistler

                      DANCE, MEXICAN FOLKLORE-11HRS
                      Mexican Folklore Dances such as the Mexican hat dance and other regional dances will be taught in a joyous and
                      festive atmosphere with a clear objective of forming a Mexican Folklore Dance troupe that will perform in the
                      annual Cinco de Mayo celebration and other cultural events in our community such as Hispanic Heritage Month.
                      Cost:    In District: $10 Out-of-District: $15
                      SYN:8128 WELL-7040-101CL
                      06/09/12-08/18/12              S                         11:00AM-01:00PM            P-112B          H Torres


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                              College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Continuing Education Schedule
PERSONAL DIETICIAN
COM Master’s level nutritionist and registered dietician will work with private clients to tailor nutrition plans and
provide nutrition education for individual goals. Clients will benefit from individual plans for exercise/competition
performance, weight loss or disease management/prevention. Three packages are available to help you reach your
goals. Our services include opportunities to help you better understand essential nutrition and balance, muscle
building, weight maintenance, sports nutrition, performance nutrition plans and disordered eating behavior. The
20-minute consultation is free. Make an appointment at 409-933-8190.
Cost:   In District: $50     Out-of-District: $55        1 Session
SYN:8132 WELL-7056-101CL          TBA                  COM Faculty
Cost:      In District: $150      Out-of-District: $155                             3 Sessions
SYN:8133 WELL-7056-102CL          TBA                  COM Faculty
Cost:      In District: $250      Out-of-District: $255                             5 Sessions
SYN:8134 WELL-7056-103CL          TBA                  COM Faculty

PERSONAL TRAINING
COM personal training is designed to get you fit faster. Your personal trainer will walk you through cardio,
flexibility, abdominal and upper and lower body resistance workouts. Depending on how many sessions purchased,
you also get nutritional advice and a personalized meal plan. It’s a program that doesn’t just make you look better
– you’ll feel better. Additional course sections are available in WebAdvisor. You may also call 409-933-8174 for
information about additional sections.

PERSONAL TRAINING-4HRS                                      PERSONAL TRAINING-BUDDY-1HR
                                                            Have a buddy join in on the fun!
Cost:   In District: $150 Out-of-District: $155
SYN:8122 WELL-7019-105CL                                    Cost    In District: $35 Out-of-District: $40
MTWTHFSSU                      TBA                          SYN:8121 WELL-7019-103CL
                                                            MTWTHFSU                      TBA
PERSONAL TRAINING-6HRS
                                                            PERSONAL TRAINING-BUDDY-4HRS
Cost:   In District $220 Out-of-District: $225
SYN:8126 WELL-7019-117CL                                    Cost:   In District: $120 Out-of-District: $125




                                                                                                                         COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
MTWTHFSSU                     TBA                           SYN:8123 WELL-7019-107CL
                                                            MTWTHFSU                       TBA
PERSONAL TRAINING-8HRS
                                                            PERSONAL TRAINING-BUDDY-10HRS
Cost:   In District: $290 Out-of-District: $295
SYN:8127 WELL-7019-118CL                                    Cost:   In District: $275 Out-of-District: $280
MTWTHFSU                       TBA                          SYN 8125 WELL-7019-112CL
                                                            MTWTHFSSU                      TBA
PERSONAL TRAINING-10HR
Cost:   In District: $350 Out-of-District: $355
SYN:8124 WELL-7019-109CL
MTWTHFSSU                      TBA
MASSAGE THERAPY
Is work or school causing you stress? Do you need a therapeutic massage to lower blood pressure and relieve aches
and pains? Choose a massage packet to meet your needs. Make an appointment with Gerselda Bourgeois, M.A., a
licensed massage therapist, for a 60-minute massage treatment. Email gbourgeois@com.edu or call 409-933-8175.
All sessions must be used by the end of the academic semester.

SPECIALTY THERAPEUTIC MASSAGES
These sessions are designed to fit each client’s needs. Each 60-minute session includes a 50-minute Swedish or deep
tissue massage, and time for consultation and preparation in the scheduled hour. Swedish massage therapy is very
gentle and relaxing and is recommended for improving circulation and flexibility. Deep tissue focuses on applying
direct deep pressure across the grains of the muscles to break adhesions that cause specific problems such as scar
tissue, lower back tightness, sore shoulder and stiff necks.
Cost:   In District: $206 Out-of-District: $211             3 Sessions
SYN:8107 WELL-1002-102CL                                                            P 117          G Bourgeois
Cost:   In District: $340 Out-of-District: $345             5 Sessions
SYN:8110 WELL-1002-105CL                                                            P 117          G Bourgeois

SPORTS AND REHABILITATION MASSAGES
These sessions are highly recommended for athletes who are looking to improve their sports performance and
reduce recovery time and for individuals who suffer with specific pain or injuries in such places as the neck,
shoulder, hip, knee and back. Each 75-minute session includes a combination of a therapeutic massage that includes
stretching of the muscles, trigger point therapy, reflexology, and time for consultation and preparation. Each session
comes with a complimentary aromatherapy treatment upon request to help the healing process and speed up the
recovery time.
Cost:   In District: $306 Out-of-District: $311             3 Sessions
SYN:8109 WELL-1002-104CL                                                            P 117          G Bourgeois
Cost:   In District: $408 Out-of-District: $413             4 Sessions
SYN:8106 WELL-1002-101CL                                                            P 117          G Bourgeois
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                                                               SUMMER LEAGUES
                      VOLLEYBALL
                      The volleyball leagues allow community members and students to play volleyball on a friendly yet competitive level.
                      Volleyball leagues practice night will be Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at 6 p.m. Cost is per team registration.

                      VOLLEYBALL-A LEAGUE
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS




                      Cost:    In District: $300 Out-of-District: $305
                      SYN:8117 WELL-5088-201CL
                      05/29/12-08/09/12               TTH                     06:00PM-10:00PM            GYM

                      VOLLEYBALL-B LEAGUE
                      Cost:    In District: $300 Out-of-District: $305
                      SYN:8118 WELL-5088-202CL
                      05/29/12-08/09/12               TTH                     06:00PM-10:00PM            GYM

                      VOLLEYBALL-CO-ED, 4s
                      Cost:    In District: $100 Out-of-District: $100
                      SYN:8119 WELL-5088-203CL
                      05/29/12-08/09/12               TTH                     06:00PM-10:00PM            GYM

                                                FITNESS CREDIT OVERLAY CLASSES
                                                FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL, 409-933-8174

                      AEROBIC-CROSS TRAINING-48HRS-CREDIT OVERLAY
                      Students will be provided with an opportunity to strengthen their cardio respiratory system, decrease body fat, tone
                      and firm muscles while utilizing aerobic/boxing techniques to music.
                      Cost:    In District: $82 Out-of-District: $87
                      SYN:8114 WELL-1009-101CL
                      06/04/12-07/06/12              MTWTHF                   11:30AM-01:20PM            GYM 112B       E James

                      AEROBIC-SPINNING-48HRS-CREDIT OVERLAY
                      Indoor cycling offers a fun and effective way to burn fat and improve cardiovascular endurance. Cycling techniques
                      to music. This is an indoor spinning class.
                      Cost:    In District: $82 Out of District: $87
                      SYN:8130 WELL-7053-101CL
                      07/09/12-08/10/12              MTWTHF                   11:30AM-01:20PM            GYM 112A       C Bordelon

                      HATHA YOGA-48HRS-CREDIT OVERLAY
                      Introduction to basic Yoga Postures, breathing and relaxation techniques. Students will be provided with an
                      opportunity to strengthen and tone muscles while utilizing yoga techniques.
                      Cost:    In District: $82 Out of District: $87
                      SYN:8137 WELL-7089-101CL
                      06/04/12-07/06/12              MTWTHF                   07:30AM-09:20AM            GYM 112        A Johnson
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                                              WATER CLASSES
                            FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 409-933-8174.

AQUA ZUMBA®-24HRS
Aqua Zumba®, known as the Zumba “Pool Party,” gives a new meaning to an invigorating work out. Integrating
the formula and philosophy of Zumba with traditional aqua fitness disciplines, Aqua Zumba® blends it together
into a safe, challenging, water-based workout that’s cardio conditioning, body toning and most of all exhilarating
beyond belief.
Cost:    In District: $32 Out-of-District: $37
SYN:8150 WELL-7009-101CL
06/04/12-08/16/12              MTH                          08:00AM-08:45AM             GYM 146         A Kushner

WATER AEROBICS-32HRS
This group class incorporates a variety of rhythmic body movements and dance steps performed in the water. While
vigorous in nature this environment possesses no stress or strain to joints and makes it an activity for all fitness levels.
Cost:    In District: $32 Out-of-District: $37
SYN:8153 WELL-7009-104CL
06/04/12-08/17/12              MW                           10:15AM-11:15AM             GYM 146         G Devona
Cost:    In District: $32 Out-of-District: $37
SYN:8154 WELL-7009-105CL
06/04/2012-08/15/12            MW                           06:00PM-07:00PM             GYM 146         G Devona

WATER PILATES®
Water Pilates® is a challenging way to strengthen, tone and improve posture awareness through controlled
movements using full range of motion with stretching. The aquatic setting minimizes stress on the joints resulting in
an effective combination of exercise and physiotherapy. This class focuses on maintaining dynamic balance through
the use of abdominal muscles and proper breathing techniques.




                                                                                                                               COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
Cost:    In District: $32 Out-of-District: $37
SYN:8292 WELL-7009-106CL
06/05/12-08/16/12              MTH                          06:00PM-07:00PM             GYM 146         A Fields

                                               SWIM LESSONS
WATER BABIES SESSION-10HRS
This class is for ages 6 to 24 months. Younger children start swimming the faster they learn. Basic water skills are
taught through fun songs and games. Each child must be accompanied in the water by an adult parent or guardian,
which is included in the cost of the registration. Enrollment is limited to 15 students.
Cost:    In District: $50 Out-of-District: $55
SYN:8156 WELL-7093-101CL
06/11/12-06/29/12              MWF                          12:00PM-12:40PM             GYM 146         TBA

TOTS SESSION-10HRS
Children 3-5 years old adjust to the water and develop independent movement. Introduces basic strokes, kicking
skills and floating. Develops pool safety while also enjoying some fun games and songs. Enrollment is limited to 10
students.
Cost:   In District: $50 Out of District: $55
SYN:8157 WELL-7095-101CL




                Shoot the Hoop
                    with the
         Early Morning Basketball Players
                        Mondays, Wednesdays
                             and Fridays
                        5 a.m. in the COM Gym
          College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Education for Everyone                                               29
                      06/11/12-06/29/12                     MWF                 01:00PM-01:40PM            GYM 146        TBA
                      SYN:8158 WELL-7095-102CL
                      07/09/12-07/27/12                     MWF                 01:00PM-01:40PM            GYM 146        TBA
                      SYN:8159 WELL-7095-103CL
                      07/30/121-08/17/12                    MWF                 01:00PM-01:40PM            GYM 146        TBA
                      SYN:8296 WELL-7095-104CL
                      07/09/12-07/27/12                     MWF                 12:00PM-12:40PM            GYM 146        TBA
                      SYN:8297 WELL-7095-105CL
                      07/30/12-08/17/12                     MWF                 12:00PM-12:40PM            GYM 146        TBA

                      WATER BEGINNERS SESSION-10HRS
                      Ages 6-15. Beginner level for those uncomfortable or inexperienced in the water. Introduces basic water skills
                      such as; putting face in the water, floating, kicking, and basic strokes. Develops pool safety while learning some fun
                      games. Enrollment is limited to 10 students.
                      Cost:    In District: $50 Out-of-District: $55
                      SYN:8160 WELL-7096-101CL
                      06/11/12-06/29/12              MWF                        02:00PM-02:40PM            GYM 146        TBA
                      SYN:8162 WELL-7096-102CL
                      07/09/12-07/27/12              MWF                        02:00PM-02:40PM            GYM 146        TBA
                      SYN:8194 WELL-7096-103CL
                      07/30/12-08/17/12              MWF                        02:00PM-02:40PM            GYM 146        TBA

                      INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCE SESSION-10HRS
                      Improve and/or learn new skills or learn how to swim. This session is for ages 16 years and older. Learn advanced
                      skills that may need improvement with emphasis on breath control and relaxation in the water. Enrollment is
                      limited to 10 students.
                      Cost:    In District: $50 Out-of-District: $55
                      SYN:8295 WELL-7097-101CL
                      06/11/12-06/29/12              MWF                        03:00PM-03:40PM            GYM 146        TBA
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS




                      SYN:8196 WELL-7097-102CL
                      07/09/12-07/27/12              MWF                        03:00PM-03:40PM            GYM 146        TBA
                      SYN:8197 WELL-7097-103CL
                      07/30/12-08/17/12              MWF                        03:00PM-03:40PM             GYM 146       TBA

                      ADULT BEGINNER GROUP LESSONS-22HRS
                      Ages 16+. It’s never too late to start! A challenge by choice, group lesson that meets each individual beginner where
                      they’re at. This class starts at basic adjustment to water, safety, floating and beginning stroke skills. Enrollment is
                      limited to 6 students.
                      Cost:    In District: $100 Out-of-District: $105             10 Sessions
                      SYN:8218 WELL-7093-102CL
                      06/06/2012-07/05/2012           TTH                       07:00PM-08:00PM            GYM 146        TBA
                      Cost:    In District: $120 Out-of-District: $125             12 Sessions
                      SYN:8220 WELL-7093-103CL
                      07/10/2012-08/16/2012           TTH                       07:00PM-08:00PM            GYM 146        TBA

                      SWIMMING PRIVATE LESSONS-28HRS
                      All ages, one-on-one lessons with an instructor. Any skill level.
                      Cost:    In District: $150 Out-of-District: $155             4 Sessions
                      SYN:8221 WELL-7100-101CL
                      06/04/12-08/18/12                                                                    GYM 146        TBA
                      Cost:    In District: $220 Out-of-District: $225             6 Sessions
                      SYN:8222 WELL-7100-102CL
                      06/04/12-08/18/12                                                                    GYM 146        TBA
                      Cost:    In District: $290 Out-of-District: $295             8 Sessions
                      SYN:8224 WELL-7100-103CL
                      06/04/12-08/18/12                                                                    GYM 146        TBA
                      Cost:    In District: $350 Out-of-District: $355             10 Sessions
                      SYN:8293 WELL-7100-105CL
                      06/04/12-08/18/12                                                                    GYM 146        TBA




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                             College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Continuing Education Schedule
                                            SUMMER CAMPS
SPEED CAMP-7.5HRS
Speed training helps athletes develop skills that boost performance in every sport. Coach James will combine
traditional exercises with modern exercise science to help athletes become the fastest they can be on the soccer field,
football field, basketball court or track. Campers will learn a series of warm-up drills designed to improve running
techniques and increase speed. Speed camp will help improve the overall athleticism that will maximize each
camper’s performance in their respective sport as well. Ages: 12 years and older.
Cost:    In District: $75 Out-of-District: $80
SYN:8203 WELL-7000-101CL
06/04/12-06/08/12              MTWTHF                     08:00AM-9:30AM             GYM 122
SYN:8204 WELL-7000-102CL
07/09/12-07/13/12              MTWTHF                     05:30PM-07:00PM            GYM 122

VOLLEYBALL CAMP-20HRS
Reach your peak performance potential. We will provide a fun positive atmosphere and great training curriculum
for your camper. The camp will be an all skills camp designed to meet the needs of athletes entering grades 6-12.
This camp will focus on all aspects of the game with the emphasis on the basic fundamentals during hours of on-
court instruction in the following areas: serving, serve receiving, forearm passing, setting, attacking, team defense,
blocking, team reception and transition. Campers will be skill-tested and then placed in a group of similar age and
ability. We will have a low player/coach ratio. Ages 12 years old or older.
Cost:    In District: $210 Out-of-District: $215
SYN:8206 WELL-7000-103CL
06/04/12-06/08/12               MTWTHF                    8:00AM-12:00PM             GYM 122

BASKETBALL CAMP-12.5HRS
The following skill improvement drills are areas of concern most basketball players need to improve their skill set.
The focus on these skills will help player’s development and provide an understanding of team concepts. Campers
will focus on their shooting, ball handling, post player, rebounding, passing defense, conditioning, foot speed and




                                                                                                                          COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
agility. Ages 8 to 13 years old.
Cost:    In District: $50 Out-of-District: $55
SYN:8207 WELL-7000-104CL
06/11/12-06/15/12              MTWTHF                     08:30AM-11:00AM            GYM 122
SYN:8208 WELL-7000-105CL
08/06/12-08/10/12              MTWTHF                     08:30AM-11:00AM            GYM 122

DANCE CAMP-15HRS
This two-week Dance Camp will meet Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to noon. Kids ages ten and older will
be introduced to dance through basic jazz fundamentals to more advanced moves. Camp will consist of stretching,
aerobic workout and jazz fundamental. Campers will also learn two dances. Most of all, students will work
together and have fun. Ages 10 to 18 years old.
Cost:    In District: $65 Out-of-District: $70
SYN:8209 WELL-7000-106CL
07/16/12-07/20/12              MTWTHF                     09:00AM-12:00PM            GYM 122
SYN:8211 WELL-7000-107CL
07/23/12-07/27/12              MTWTHF                     09:00AM-12:00PM            GYM 122

KARATE CAMP-15HRS
Professor Landrus James Stevens’ fighting methods have been proven to make champions and are listed in several
martial arts magazines. His techniques of breaking, block/punch, take downs, grappling and humility are well
known in the martial arts world. He has simplified the methods of martial arts for people of all ages, genders and
backgrounds to learn. Professor Stevens has developed a system to help build self-confidence, respect, courtesy,
increase attention, creating goals and instilling of discipline through self-defense. Grandmaster Stevens’ teachings
are committed to the personal development of the complete self in his students. The skills, philosophy and martial
training can be transferred to the classroom, neighborhoods and the community. Ages 10 to 18 years old.
Cost:    In District: $55 Out-of-District: $60
SYN:8213 WELL-7000-108CL
06/18/12-06/22/12              MTWTHF                     09:00AM-12:00PM            GYM 122
SYN:8215 WELL-7000-109CL
08/06/12-08/10/12              MTWTHF                     09:00AM-12:00PM            GYM 122




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                                                       We’re in Your Neighborhood!




                                                    COM Learning Center-North County
                                                                 200 Parker Court in League City

                                                  Courses offered in
                                                  	 ➤ Word                 ➤ Excel                  ➤ Access
                                                    ➤ Photoshop            ➤ Creative Writing       ➤ Quickbooks
                                                    ➤ Exercise classes     ➤ Dance classes          ➤ Real Estate
                                                    ➤ Nursing Assistant ➤ Medical Assistant ➤ ECG Tech
                                                  	 ➤ Sign Language        ➤ Spanish
                                                    ➤ Computers for beginners
COM LEARNING CENTER-NORTH COUNTY IN LEAGUE CITY




                                                    ➤ Administrative Office Procedures I and II
                                                    ➤ Contract classes for businesses are available.


                                                       Call 281-332-1800 for more information or visit www.com.edu/nc.


                                                               A Word about Waiting to Register …
                                                               Each class a minimum required enrollment. Once that minimum is reached, the class is a “MAKE.” Find
                                                               a class you like, encourage a friend to join you! Sometimes two or three people can make a difference
                                                               tween having a course “make” and having a course canceled.

                                                               When should I register?
                                                                   If a class starts on a…                Register by noon on the following days or the class cancels
                                                                   Sunday/Monday/Tuesday                  Wednesday (the week before start)
                                                                   Wednesday/Thursday                     Thursday (the week before start)
                                                                   Friday                                 Monday (of the same week)
                                                                   Saturday                               Tuesday (of the same week)

                                                               How do I register?
                                                               Online         http://webadvisor.com.edu

                                                               Walk In        Register in person in the Admissions Office in the Enrollment Center, Main Campus.
                                                                              Monday and Tuesday, 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
                                                                              Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

                                                               Fax In         Print the registration form available at www.com.edu/ce in Quick Links and
                                                                              fax to 409-933-8012.

                                                               Mail In        Print the registration form available at www.com.edu/ce in Quick Links and mail to
                                                                              Continuing Education, College of the Mainland, 1200 Amburn Road, Texas City 77591-2499


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                     COM LEARNING CENTER-NORTH COUNTY
                                                            For information on these classes, contact:
                                                            Lanis Neugent, Director
                                                            409-933-8279
                                                            Karen Earl, Administrative Assistant
                                                            409-933-8646




                               ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS
                           FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 281-332-1800

QUICKBOOKS 2011, INTRODUCTION-18HRS
An extensive hands-on class for beginners. Comprehensive overview of QuickBooks covers adding clients,
vendors and employees. Class will complete a hands-on daily transaction in A/R, A/P, inventory, banking and
reports. Prerequisite: Introduction to Bookkeeping or an understanding of bookkeeping procedures. Bring
flashdrive. Textbook purchased at COM bookstore or online. No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $165 Out-of-District: $170
SYN:8050 ACNT-1054-101CL
06/09/12-06/23/12               S                        08:30AM-03:30PM           CLC 111         B Martin

                     COMPUTER AND TECHNOLOGY CLASSES
                                 FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 281-332-1800

COMPUTERS FOR BEGINNERS 2010-12HRS
Structured to assist beginners and those with limited computer knowledge to gain confidence and improve skills
and productivity. This hands-on computer class begins with a basic introduction to computer hardware, software,
and terminology with the end result of helping the inexperienced PC user become confident and proficient. Class
includes an overview of the Microsoft Office productivity suite (word processing, spreadsheets and database), and

                                                                                                                       COM LEARNING CENTER-NORTH COUNTY IN LEAGUE CITY
a review of some of the built-in utilities and applications that are part Windows/XP operating system. Prerequisite:
Basic typing skills. Bring flashdrive. Textbook purchased at COM bookstore or online. No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $74 Out-of-District: $79
SYN:8056 ITSC-1012-201CL
06/06/12-06/27/12              W                         06:00PM-09:00PM           CLC 111         J Hatch

MICROSOFT OFFICE PROFESSIONAL 2007, INTRODUCTION-36HRS
An introduction to business productivity software applications. Bring flashdrive. Textbook purchased at COM
bookstore or online. No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $210 Out-of-District: $215
SYN:8290 ITSC-1022-101CL
06/08/12-07/13/12               F                        09:00AM-04:00PM           CLC 112         COM Faculty

MICROSOFT OFFICE PROFESSIONAL 2007, INTERMEDIATE-36HRS
A continuation of study to business productivity software applications. Bring flashdrive. Textbook purchased at
COM bookstore or online. No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $210 Out-of-District: $215
SYN:8291 ITSC-1043-102CL
07/20/12-08/24/12               F                        09:00AM-04:00PM           CLC 112         COM Faculty

MICROSOFT WORD 2007, INTRODUCTION-8HRS
Students will learn basic formatting, editing, saving and printing functions while creating a business document.
Skills learned satisfy most entry-level industry requirements. Prerequisite: Keyboarding 25 wpm. Bring flashdrive.
Textbook purchased at COM bookstore or online. No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $72 Out-of-District: $77
SYN:8092 POFI-1024-101CL
06/09/12-06/16/12              S                         08:30AM-12:30PM           CLC 112         R Howard




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                                                  MICROSOFT WORD 2007, INTERMEDIATE-8HRS
                                                  Beyond the basics-learn to use search and replace functions, mail merge, insert graphics and more. Prerequisite:
                                                  Basic knowledge of word processing. Bring flashdrive. Textbook purchased at COM bookstore or online. No
                                                  senior discount.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $72 Out-of-District: $77
                                                  SYN:8094 POFI-1042-102CL
                                                  06/19/12-06/28/12              TTH                       06:00PM-08:00PM            CLC 112         R Howard

                                                  MICROSOFT EXCEL 2007, INTRODUCTION-8HRS
                                                  Students will learn spreadsheet terminology, program parameters, display characteristics, formatting, and basic
                                                  mathematical and printing functions. Skills learned will satisfy most entry-level industry requirements. Prerequisite:
                                                  Basic keyboarding and computer use. Bring flashdrive. Textbook purchased at COM bookstore or online. No
                                                  senior discount.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $72 Out-of-District: $77
                                                  SYN:8057 ITSW-1022-101CL
                                                  06/23/12-06/30/12              S                         08:30AM-12:30PM            CLC 112         B Martin

                                                  COMPUTERS FOR BEGINNERS 2007-12HRS
                                                  Structured to assist beginners and those with limited computer knowledge to gain confidence and improve skills
                                                  and productivity. This hands-on computer class begins with a basic introduction to computer hardware, software,
                                                  and terminology with the end result of helping the inexperienced PC user become confident and proficient. Class
                                                  includes an overview of the Microsoft Office productivity suite (word processing, spreadsheets and database), and
                                                  a review of some of the built-in utilities and applications that are part Windows/XP operating system. Prerequisite:
                                                  Basic typing skills. Bring flashdrive. Textbook purchased at COM bookstore or online. No senior discount.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $74 Out-of-District: $79
                                                  SYN:8055 ITSC-1012-101CL
                                                  07/07/12-07/14/12              S                         08:30AM-03:30PM            CLC 112         J Hatch

                                                  GOOGLE®-IT’S NOT JUST A SEARCH ENGINE-9HRS
                                                  This course will introduce students to the online Internet tools offered by Google®. Students will learn how to find
                                                  and use Google® online tools in the following categories: web, mobile, media, geo, home and office, social, special
                                                  search and innovation. No senior discount.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $48 Out-of-District: $53
                                                  SYN:8052 BUSIL-9000-201CL
                                                  07/10/12-07/24/12              T                         06:00PM-09:00PM            CLC 112         J Hatch
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                                                  WINDOWS/7 OVERVIEW-8HRS
                                                  Structured to assist beginners and those with limited knowledge to gain confidence and improve skills and
                                                  productivity of the Windows/7 operating system. The class will also cover using the PC for the uploading and
                                                  downloading of pictures and music. Students that have laptop PCs with Windows/7 installed are encouraged to
                                                  bring their laptops to the class. Prerequisite: Basic typing skills. No senior discount.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $48 Out-of-District: $53
                                                  SYN:8061 ITSWL-1001-101CL
                                                  07/21/12-07/28/12              S                         08:30AM-12:30PM            CLC 112         J Hatch

                                                  MICROSOFT WORD 2010, INTRODUCTION-8HRS
                                                  Students will learn basic formatting, editing, saving and printing functions while creating a business document.
                                                  Skills learned satisfy most entry-level industry requirements. Prerequisite: Keyboarding 25 wpm. Bring flashdrive.
                                                  Textbook purchased at COM bookstore or online. No senior discount.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $72 Out-of-District: $77
                                                  SYN:8093 POFI-1024-103CL
                                                  08/04/12-08/11/12              S                         08:30AM-12:30PM            CLC 111         B Martin

                                                  TROUBLESHOOTING YOUR PC-4HRS
                                                  Why is your PC running so slow? Did a computer virus infect your PC? Is your hard drive on its last leg or has
                                                  your monitor or video card failed? What can you do when you press the power button and the unit does not come
                                                  on? Do you know how to “clean up” the registry and access the BIOS on your PC? In just four short hours, you
                                                  will get the answers to these and other questions. No senior discount.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $35 Out-of-District: $40
                                                  SYN:8080 LEIS-9004-101CL
                                                  06/23/12-06/23/12              S                         08:30AM-12:30PM            CLC 106         J Hatch




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                      LEISURE AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
                                  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 281-332-1800

FLORAL DESIGN, BASIC-18HRS
All students will begin with Floral Basics. Use techniques for creating arrangements, corsages, bouquets, etc., using
fresh flowers. Learn to make beautiful professional bows, to choose the right colors, the right size and shape of
containers, the proper use of tools and much more. Basic overview of related business topics, including flower shop
operation, supplies, and equipment will be presented. Instructor will provide a supply list the first night of class. Pay
instructor an additional cost of $125-$175 for fresh flowers and supplies. No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $65 Out-of-District: $70
SYN:8053 FMKT-1091-201CL
06/04/12-07/09/12              M                           06:30PM-09:30PM            CLC 106         M Haddock

FLORAL DESIGN, ADVANCED-18HRS
A continuation of Basic Floral Design using techniques for creating arrangements, corsages, bouquets, etc., using
silk flowers. Learn to make beautiful professional bows, to choose the right colors, the right size and shape of
containers, the proper use of tools and much more. Basic overview of related business topics, including flower shop
operation, supplies and equipment will be presented. Instructor will provide a supply list the first night of class. Pay
instructor an additional cost of $125-$175 for silk flowers and supplies. No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $65 Out-of-District: $70
SYN:8054 FMKT-1091-202CL
07/16/12-08/20/12              M                           06:30PM-09:30PM            CLC 106         M Haddock

PEN & INK W/OIL ROUGING-8HRS
You can create your very own piece of art without knowing how to draw a straight line or have never painted
before. You will use pen and ink in a fun new way. Lay down a pattern, fill in details and add color using the
rouging method. You can’t make a mistake. You will have a finished piece ready to hang on your wall. Supply fee of
$14 will be payable to the instructor the first class meeting. All other supplies will be furnished. Ages 18 and older.
No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $32 Out-of-District: $37
SYN:8076 LEIS-1006-101CL
07/28/12-08/04/12              S                           09:00AM-01:00PM            CLC 106         J Butler

SCULPTING WITH QUICKWOOD-4HRS
Learn to think out of the box. Create beautiful art objects using uncommon items like wood repair product and

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ordinary household tools. This class will teach you ways to sculpt flowers to add to boxes and other items for
unique art pieces. Ages 18 and older. Students will need to bring a small wooden box, all other supplies will be
furnished. Supply fee of $14 will be payable to the instructor the first class meeting. No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $20 Out-of-District: $25
SYN:8077 LEIS-1012-102CL
07/14/12-07/14/12              S                           08:30AM-12:30PM            CLC 106         J Butler

YOU’RE ON THE AIR - VOICE-OVERS!-2HRS
Voice-overs are hot today! You don’t have to be an actor to get voice-over work, but it certainly doesn’t hurt. You’ll
learn about an exciting new way to get around the competition and actually turn voice-overs into a thriving full or
part-time business. The instructor will discuss the voice-over business, the numerous opportunities, the incredible
income potential, and will discuss the all-important “demo” and how to have it produced. You’ll step up to the mic,
do some practice recording and hear the results. Ages 16 and older. No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $32 Out-of-District: $37
SYN:8078 LEIS-1099-103CL
06/26/12-06/26/12              T                           07:00PM-09:00PM            CLC 106         COM Faculty

EXPRESS YOURSELF! CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP-15HRS
Explore your creative potential in this fun, multi-genre writing workshop. Within a supportive, interactive
environment, students will write and develop imaginative works for personal enjoyment or for publication. Learn
how to tap into your creativity and bring stories to life on the printed page. Gain confidence through practice and
instructor’s feedback. Learn the craft of writing saleable fiction, nonfiction, poetry and more. How and where to
professionally market your work will be discussed. All writing skill levels are welcome. Bring your own writing
materials - pen, paper, or laptop, plus up to five pages to read or turn in to instructor on the first night. Taught by a
published author with 25+ years of experience. No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $73 Out-of-District: $78
SYN:8079 LEIS-6005-201CL
07/12/12-08/16/12              TH                          06:30PM-09:00PM            CLC 106         K Wuttke




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                                                  SOCIAL MEDIA, JOURNALISM AND MARKETING-4HRS
                                                  Learn the basics of using social media to build your media outlet, brand, business or products. The most effective
                                                  ways to accomplish these goals and how to measure your success will be demonstrated. Learn to post status
                                                  updates, photos, videos, poll questions, live coverage of an event and more. Discover the differences and
                                                  similarities between Facebook and Twitter when it comes to building an audience and how each can be used
                                                  successfully. No senior discount.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $25 Out-of-District: $30
                                                  SYN:8075 MRKGL-1011-201CL
                                                  07/11/12-07/11/12              W                         06:00PM-10:00PM           CLC 112         M Sudhalter

                                                  WATERCOLOR FOR TEENS AND ADULTS-8HRS
                                                  How often have you wished you could paint? Men have been drawing and painting from the earliest years. From
                                                  cave drawings to the present, man has the desire to create. Painting allows expression that can be seen in unlimited
                                                  range of styles and forms. Watercolors provide a marvelous way to produce these pictures. It is pleasurable and
                                                  fun. Ages 12 and older. A supply list will be given out the first day of class by instructor. The cost of supplies
                                                  should not exceed $15 and will be needed the second class meeting. No senior discount.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $48 Out-of-District: $53
                                                  SYN:8051 ARTSL-2066-101CL
                                                  07/23/12-08/01/12              MW                        11:00AM-01:00PM           CLC 113         L Traylor

                                                                                     MEDICAL/ALLIED HEALTH
                                                                             FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 409-933-8224

                                                  PHLEBOTOMY TECHNCIAN-99HRS
                                                  This 99-hour course is designed to introduce the basic knowledge and skills of the phlebotomy profession. Various
                                                  types of blood collections utilizing the proper techniques and universal precautions will be studied. At the
                                                  completion of the course, a National Healthcare Association CPT exam will be administered. A textbook is
                                                  required and is available for class in the COM Bookstore. Course prerequisite: (1) High school diploma; GED, (2)
                                                  Completed and approved application that is available online at www.com.edu/ce. Copies can also be picked up at
                                                  the Public Service Careers Building.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $1000 Out-of-District: $1000
                                                  SYN:7877 PLAB-1023-201CL
                                                  06/19/12-08/07/12                TTH                     06:00PM-09:00PM/          AHC 102         J Hull
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                                                                                   S                       08:00AM-05:00PM

                                                  MEDICAL BILLING-60HRS
                                                  In this entry-level course, the principles of insurance and reimbursement processing will be examined. This
                                                  course will introduce the student to basic assigning and reporting of codes for diagnoses, procedures and services.
                                                  Various types of insurances, to include private and government, will be studied. A textbook required and is
                                                  available at the COM Bookstore.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $485 Out-of-District: $490
                                                  SYN:7875 HITT-1013-201CL
                                                  06/05/12-07/24/12               TTH                      06:00PM-10:00PM/          AHC 103         G Parker
                                                                                  TH                       06:00PM-10:00PM           CLC 111

                                                  ADVANCED MEDICAL BILLING-60HRS
                                                  Study of coding skills to prepare reimbursement forms in various health care settings for submission to payors.
                                                  Coding of health records using various classification systems, prepare and execute reimbursement form, and
                                                  apply revenue cycle management procedures. Students completing both Medical Billing and Advanced Medical
                                                  Billing will be eligible to sit for the national licensing exam, NHA Billing and Coding Specialist.
                                                  Cost:      In District: $530         Out-of-District: $535
                                                  SYN:7876 HITT-2040-202CL
                                                  07/26/12-09/13/12                    TTH                 06:00PM-10:00PM/          AHC 103         G Parker
                                                                                       TH                  06:00PM-10:00PM           CLC 111

                                                  BUSINESS OF BABYSITTING (BOB)-6HRS
                                                  This six-hour course for teens 11-15 years old is designed to provide knowledge and skills about the business
                                                  of babysitting. Aspects from what it takes to be a competent babysitter, to learning about interviewing for a
                                                  babysitting job, what expectations are involved, and infant/child safety/first aid concerns will be discussed. Child
                                                  development and age appropriate issues will be reviewed. Teens will also learn CPR for infants and children.
                                                  Upon completion of this course the teen will receive a completion certificate for the course and an American Heart
                                                  Association Heartsaver First Aid/CPR card for Infant and Child.
                                                  Cost:    In District:$75 Out-of-District:$80
                                                  SYN:7884 EMSP-1026-102CL
                                                  06/09/12-06/09/12             S                          09:00AM-03:00PM           AHC 115         V Schoppe
                                                  SYN:7885 EMSP-1026-103CL
                                                  07/07/12-07/07/12             S                          09:00AM-03:00PM           AHC 115         V Schoppe
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  Want a Career as a Phlebotomy Technician?




  Call 409-933-8224
FIRST AID AND CPR-6HRS

                                                                                                                        COM LEARNING CENTER-NORTH COUNTY IN LEAGUE CITY
This course will discuss and demonstrate assessment and management of basic first aid concepts for injured and/or
ill adults and children.
Cost:    In District: $75 Out-of-District: $80
SYN:7882 EMSP-1026-101CL
08/18/12-08/18/12              S                         09:00AM-03:00PM            AHC 115         V Schoppe

CPR INSTRUCTOR-8HRS
Educational theory and skills necessary to prepare the Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) instructor candidate
to present lectures, facilitate skill stations, and conduct student evaluations in CPR courses. Textbook is required.
Cost:    In District: $150 Out-of-District: $155
SYN:7883 EMSP-1042-101CL
08/11/12-08/11/12               S                        09:00AM-05:00PM            AHC 115         V Schoppe

NURSE AIDE FOR HEALTHCARE I-65HRS
Preparation for entry-level nursing assistants to achieve a level of knowledge, skills, and abilities essential to
provide basic care to residents of long-term care facilities. Students must enroll concurrently in Nurse Aide
Clinicals, NURA-1060, to complete the Certified Nursing Assistant Program. Tuition includes Healthcare Provider
CPR certification.
Cost:    In District: $401 Out-of-District: $406
SYN:7870 NURA-1001-101CL
06/02/12-08/04/12               S                        08:00AM-02:00PM/           AHC 104         I Rios
06/23/12                        S                        03:00PM-07:30PM            AHC 115
SYN:7872 NURA-1001-103CL
06/04/12-06/13/12               MTWTHF                   09:00AM-04:00PM/           AHC 102         J Urps
06/09/12                        S                        09:00AM-01:30PM            AHC 116




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                                                  MEDICATION AIDE-142HRS
                                                  Certified Medication Aide course is a 142-hour program which adheres to the regulations and curriculum
                                                  established by the DADS. The course prepares the student to take the state administered examination. Students
                                                  are considered Licensed Medication Aides upon passing the state exam. A textbook is required and available at the
                                                  COM Bookstore.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $641 Out-of-District: $646
                                                  SYN:7874 NURA-1013-201CL
                                                  06/04/12-09/10/12               MW                     06:00PM-10:00PM/          AHC 103        R McAninch
                                                                                  S                      08:00AM-05:00PM

                                                  NURSE AIDE FOR HEALTHCARE II-24HRS
                                                  Clinical experiences are unpaid, external learning experiences. Students must enroll concurrently in Nurse Aide
                                                  for Health Care I (NURA-1001) to complete the Certified Nursing Assistant Program. Tuition includes Malpractice
                                                  Insurance and CE ID (for clinicals).
                                                  Cost:    In District: $152 Out-of-District: $157
                                                  SYN:7873 NURA-1060-104CL
                                                  06/18/12-06/20/12               TBA                                              TBA            J Urps
                                                  SYN:7871 NURA-1060-102CL
                                                  08/11/12-08/18/12               TBA                                              TBA            I Rios

                                                  HEALTHCARE PROVIDER CPR-4.5HRS
                                                  Curriculum and testing include adult one and two rescuer CPR, child CPR, infant CPR, and adult and pediatric
                                                  foreign body airway obstruction which is designed for the Healthcare Provider. Textbooks are available in
                                                  the COM Bookstore.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $50 Out-of-District: $55
                                                  SYN:7879 EMSCE-1003-104CL
                                                  06/16/12-06/16/12              S                       09:00AM-01:30PM           AHC 115        V Schoppe
                                                  SYN:7880 EMSCE-1003-105CL
                                                  07/14/12-07/14/12              S                       09:00AM-01:30PM           AHC 115        V Schoppe
                                                  SYN:7881 EMSCE-1003-106CL
                                                  08/04/12-08/04/12              S                       09:00AM-01:30PM           AHC 115        V Schoppe

                                                  ECG TECHNICIAN-60HRS
                                                  This introductory course is designed to teach the basic fundamentals of cardiovascular anatomy and physiology.
                                                  Includes basic dysrhythmias and appropriate treatment. This course also prepares you to take the National
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                                                  Health Career Association exam to certify you as a Certified ECG Technician.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $600 Out-of-District: $605
                                                  SYN:7878 ECRD-1091-101CL
                                                  06/19/12-08/23/12               TTH                    09:00AM-12:00PM           AHC 115        T McGilberry




                                                        ECG Technician
                                                        ECRD 1091 • 60 Hours
                                                        Tuesdays and Thursdays
                                                        9 a.m. - noon
                                                        Classes begin June 19 through Aug. 23, 2012

                                                        Cost: $605
                                                        Cost can be covered by a CBJT Grant to eligible students.

                                                        Call Tina Starkey at 409-933-8224 or
                                                        Vera Schoppe at 409-933-8512 for details

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                                                       MUSIC
                             FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 281-332-1800

GUITAR FOR BUSY ADULTS AND TEENS-2.5HRS
Have you ever wanted to learn the guitar, but simply find it difficult to find the time? In just a few hours, you can
learn enough about playing the guitar to give you years of musical enjoyment and you won’t have to take private
lessons to do it. This crash course will teach you some basic chords and get you playing along with your favorite
songs right away. Ages 13 years and older. Bring an acoustic guitar to class. Required materials fee of $29 will be
collected in class by the instructor for the workbook and practice DVD. No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $32 Out-of-District: $37
SYN:8082 MUSIL-2002-101CL
06/23/12-06/23/12              S                           09:00AM-11:30AM              CLC 113        A Richards

GUITAR-JUST ONCE BY EAR-2.5HRS
Learn one of music’s deepest mysteries: how to play songs without relying on music. A very practical presentation
of music theory that includes predicting chord progressions, learning from recordings, and transposing all expressed
in every day language. This is an ideal follow up to the Just Once Guitar class and is open to anyone who has a
basic understanding of chords on any instrument. Expand your musical horizons, free yourself from sheet music
dependence, and be the life of the party. Ages 13 years and older. Bring an acoustic guitar to class. Required
materials fee of $29 will be collected in class by the instructor for the workbook and practice DVD. No senior
discount.
Cost:    In District: $32 Out-of-District: $37
SYN:8083 MUSIL-2002-102CL
06/23/12-06/23/12              S                           01:00PM-03:30PM              CLC 113        A Richards

HARMONICA, INTRODUCTION-3HRS
A fun and interactive introduction to playing a harmonica. Taught by legendary local blues harmonica player.
No prior music experience or ability to read music required. Bring diatonic C or Hohner Harmonica to class. No
senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $32 Out-of-District: $37
SYN:8081 MUSIL-7010-201CL
06/13/12-06/13/12              W                           06:30PM-09:30PM              CLC 113        T Jerome

           ACCELERATED FAST-TRACK REAL ESTATE PROGRAM
                             FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 281-332-1800                                                           COM LEARNING CENTER-NORTH COUNTY IN LEAGUE CITY
                     Complete licensure requirements in eight to 10 weeks.
                                Day and night classes available.

All Licensure Real Estate classes at COM League City Learning Center are available as 32-hours classes offered
in two-week sessions. Classes are held Monday through Thursday mornings and evenings. Classes are designed
to enable students to complete the program in eight to 10 weeks. The classes may be taken in any order. The Texas
Real Estate Commission requires a total of 210 classroom hours before you can take the license exam. There are
five required classes and two electives. The five required classes are Real Estate Principles I, Real Estate Principles II,
Real Estate Law of Agency, Real Estate Contracts and Real Estate Finance. It is recommended that Real Estate
Math be taken as one of the electives.

REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES I-32HRS
Overview of licensing as a real estate broker or salesperson. Includes ethics of practice as a license holder, titles
to and conveyance of real estate, legal descriptions, deed, encumbrances and liens, distinctions between personal
and real property, appraisal, finance and regulations, closing procedures and real estate math. Covers a minimum of
three hours classroom instruction on federal, state and local laws relating to housing discrimination, housing credit
discrimination and community reinvestment. The textbook can be purchased at the COM Bookstore or online. No
senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $95 Out-of-District: $100
SYN:8095 RELE-1001-111CL
06/04/12-06/14/12              MTWTH                       09:00AM-01:00PM              CLC 106        R Nowak

REAL ESTATE, PRINCIPLES II-32HRS
This class is a continuation of Real Estate Principles I and can be taken before Principles I. The textbook can be
purchased at the COM Bookstore or online. No senior discount.
Cost:    In District: $95 Out-of-District: $100
SYN:8096 RELE-1038-112CL
06/18/12-06/28/12              MTWTH                       09:00AM-01:00PM              CLC 106        R Nowak



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                                                  REAL ESTATE LAW OF AGENCY-32HRS
                                                  This is the study of law of agency including principal-agent and master-servant relationships, the authority of an
                                                  agent, the termination of an agent’s authority, the fiduciary and other duties of an agent, employment law, deceptive
                                                  trade practices, listing or buying procedures and the disclosure of an agency. The textbook can be purchased at the
                                                  COM Bookstore or online. No senior discount.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $95 Out-of-District: $100
                                                  SYN:8097 RELE-2001-113CL
                                                  07/09/12-07/19/12              MTWTH                     09:00AM-01:00PM            CLC 106        R Nowak

                                                  REAL ESTATE CONTRACTS-32HRS
                                                  Elements of a contract, offer and acceptance, statute of frauds, specific performance and remedies for breach,
                                                  unauthorized practice of law, commission rules relating to use of adopted forms and owner disclosure
                                                  requirements. Textbook purchased at COM Bookstore or online. No senior discount.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $95 Out-of-District: $100
                                                  SYN:8098 RELE-1011-114CL
                                                  07/23/12-08/02/12              MTWTH                     09:00AM-01:00PM            CLC 106        R Nowak

                                                  REAL ESTATE FINANCE-32HRS
                                                  An overview of the U.S. Monetary System, primary and secondary money markets, sources of mortgage loans,
                                                  federal government programs, loan applications, processes and procedures, closing costs, alternative instruments,
                                                  laws affecting mortgage lending and the State Housing Agency. The textbook can be purchased at the COM
                                                  Bookstore or online. No senior discount.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $95 Out-of-District: $100
                                                  SYN:8099 RELE-1019-115CL
                                                  08/06/12-08/16/12              MTWTH                     09:00AM-01:00PM            CLC 106        R Nowak

                                                  REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS-32HRS
                                                  Financing, evaluation, and management of real estate investments. Emphasis on real estate investment
                                                  characteristics, techniques of investment analysis, time-valued money, discounted investment criteria, leverage
                                                  and applications to property tax implications of owning real estate. The textbook can be purchased at the COM
                                                  Bookstore or online. No senior discount.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $95 Out-of-District: $100
                                                  SYN:8100 RELE-1007-116CL
                                                  08/20/12-08/30/12              MTWTH                     09:00AM-01:00PM            CLC 106        R Nowak
COM LEARNING CENTER-NORTH COUNTY IN LEAGUE CITY




                                                  REAL ESTATE MATH-32HRS
                                                  Students will study basic arithmetic skills including mathematical logic, percentages, interest, time-value of
                                                  money, depreciation, amortization, proration and estimation of closing statement. The textbook can be purchased
                                                  at the COM Bookstore or online. No senior discount.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $95 Out-of-District: $100
                                                  SYN:8101 RELE-1025-117CL
                                                  09/04/12-09/13/12              MTWTH                     09:00AM-01:00PM            CLC 106        R Nowak

                                                  REAL ESTATE INITIAL EXAM PREP-16HRS
                                                  This class summarizes the required and core classes taken in preparation for the initial real estate state exam. No
                                                  senior discount.
                                                  Cost:    In District: $63 Out-of-District: $68
                                                  SYN:8102 RELE-1091-118CL
                                                  09/14/12-09/15/12              FS                        09:00AM-05:00PM            CLC 106        R Nowak




                                                                                        REAL ESTATE
                                                                                    Agents Needed
                                                                               The market is recovering and
                                                                              COM will train to fill the demand.
                                                                                Fast-track classes start every two weeks.
                                                                                 Day and Evening Programs available.

                                                                    Call 281-332-1800 or register at www.com.edu/nc.

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                                              KIDS CLASSES
THEATRE AND ON-CAMERA ACTING FOR KIDS AND TEENS-9HRS
Young actors and stage acting participants will learn basic stage terms, rehearse short improvisational and written
scenes and monologues. On-camera acting participants learn basic on-camera terms, auditioning etiquette, and
character and imagination development. Instructor is a member of the Screen Actors Guild. Prerequisite: Students
must be able to read. Ages seven to 18 years. Bring blank VHS tape for recording class work.
Cost:    In District: $35 Out-of-District: $40
SYN:8073 KPRGL-5544-106CL
06/18/12-07/23/12              M                          09:00AM-10:30AM            CLC 113        N Moore

WATERCOLOR PAINTING FOR KIDS-8HRS
Children have been drawing since they were able to hold a pencil. They love to create and, like early cavemen, their
drawings through painting allow them to express themselves. Painting with watercolors is pleasurable and fun. Ages
six to 10 years. A supply list will be given out the first day of class by instructor. The cost of supplies should not
exceed $6 and will be needed for the second class meeting.
Cost:    In District: $48 Out-of-District: $53
SYN:8071 KPRGL-5539-105CL
06/18/12-06/27/12              MW                         11:00AM-01:00PM            CLC 113        L Traylor

DANCE BASICS-4HRS
Ballet and tap class for children. Class begins with a basic ballet warm-up incorporating the French ballet terms
along with English definitions. Basic stretch positions are included as well as the ballet arm and feet positions.
Children will also learn a few dances incorporating simple movement and using props to build coordination skills.
The ballet portion of the class will be followed by a tap warm-up and dances. Girls and boys with or without dance
experience will enjoy this class. Only subject-appropriate music is used. Ballet shoes and dancewear can be worn but
are not required. Children can wear comfortable clothes such as shorts or leggings and use socks instead of ballet
shoes. Tap shoes are required. Ages three to six years.
Cost:    In District: $30 Out-of-District: $35
SYN:8063 KPRGL-5535-102CL
06/19/12-07/10/12              T                          08:30AM-09:30AM            CLC 113        R Green

ROCK AND ROLL-4HRS
Jazz/hip-hop and tumbling class for children. Children begin class with a warm-up including stretches and isolation
exercises. Class then progresses with movements across the floor with age appropriate jazz/hip-hop dances followed
by basic tumbling moves practiced across the mat. Hula hoops, magic wands and bean bags are also used to work

                                                                                                                           COM LEARNING CENTER-NORTH COUNTY IN LEAGUE CITY
on coordination skills. Children can wear dancewear but it is not required. Children may wear comfortable clothes
such as shorts or leggings. Ages three to six years.
Cost:    In District: $30 Out-of-District: $35
SYN:8064 KPRGL-5521-101CL
06/19/12-07/10/12              T                          10:00AM-11:00AM            CLC 113        R Green

CREATIVE WRITING FOR TEENS-8HRS
A creative writing workshop for teens. Learn how to craft short fiction, personal essays and fun poetry in this
supportive and interactive writing workshop. Bring paper and pen to the first class and be prepared to write. The
instructor is a published writer. Ages 13 to 18 years.
Cost:    In District: $40 Out-of-District: $45
SYN:8069 KPRGL-5540-104CL
07/13/12-08/03/12              F                          01:00PM-03:00PM            CLC 106        K Wuttke

CREATIVE WRITING FOR KIDS-8HRS
Join other young writers in a fun, interactive writing workshop. Learn to write poetry, short fiction and more. Bring
paper and pencil to the first class and be prepared to write. Upon completion of the class, students will receive a
copy of an anthology containing a collection of their selected written works. The class is taught by a published
writer. Ages eight to 12 years.
Cost:    In District: $40 Out-of-District: $45
SYN:8066 KPRGL-5501-103CL
07/13/12-08/03/12              F                          09:00AM-11:00AM            CLC 106        K Wuttke

MAD CITY MONEY-5HRS
The “Mad City Money” curriculum includes scenarios for each student to become a virtual adult with a spouse
and possibly a child, particular occupations, credit card debt, etc. Each participant will be required to balance a
register and complete a budget. Ages 13 to 19 years.
Cost:    In District: $15 Out-of-District: $15
SYN:8062 KPRGL-5509-101CL
07/17/12-07/17/12              T                          09:00AM-03:00PM            CLC 113        COM Faculty



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                                                          Put some music
                                                           in your life!
                                                      Join one of COM’s Instrumental Ensembles
                                                      including the award-winning Jazz Ensemble
                                                      or Jazz Combo or if you’re just getting back
                                                      into playing, try the Community Concert Band.
                                                      Specialty groups include the Flute Ensemble and
                                                      Saxophone Ensemble.
                    • Concert Band • Jazz Ensemble • Jazz Combo
                    • Woodwind Ensemble (saxophone and flute)
                    For more information, contact Sparky Koerner at 409-933-8347.




A Word about Waiting to Register …
Each class a minimum required enrollment. Once that minimum is reached, the class is a “MAKE.” Find
a class you like, encourage a friend to join you! Sometimes two or three people can make a difference
tween having a course “make” and having a course canceled.

When should I register?
    If a class starts on a…                Register by noon on the following days or the class cancels
    Sunday/Monday/Tuesday                  Wednesday (the week before start)
    Wednesday/Thursday                     Thursday (the week before start)
    Friday                                 Monday (of the same week)
    Saturday                               Tuesday (of the same week)

How do I register?
Online         http://webadvisor.com.edu

Walk In        Register in person in the Admissions Office in the Enrollment Center, Main Campus.
               Monday and Tuesday, 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
               Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Fax In         Print the registration form available at www.com.edu/ce in Quick Links and
               fax to 409-933-8012.

Mail In        Print the registration form available at www.com.edu/ce in Quick Links and mail to
               Continuing Education, College of the Mainland, 1200 Amburn Road, Texas City 77591-2499




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 COM SENIOR ADULT PROGRAM
                 for seniors, age 55 or older
         CLASSES, LECTURES AND TRIPS
                            SUMMER 2012

Class Offerings:
ART
  ✦	Creative Greeting Cards ✦	Fusion Glass Jewelry           ✦	Stained Glass
  ✦	Mosaic                  ✦	Oil Painting                   ✦	Watercolor Painting
  ✦	Painting Gourds         ✦	Brazilian Embroidery           ✦	Beaded Fashion Jewelry
LECTURES
  ✦	Interesting Lectures          ✦	Driver Safety Classes    ✦	Master Gardening
  ✦	Senior Security               ✦	Investing

EXERCISE CLASSES
  ✦	Weight Training               ✦	Dance for Health         ✦	Line Dancing        ✦	Pilates
  ✦	Dyna Bands                    ✦	Total Fitness            ✦	Yoga                ✦	Water Exercise

CARDS
	 ✦	Hand and Foot card game on Mondays at the La Marque Center
  ✦	Bridge on Wednesdays at the COM Learning Center-North County in League City

COMPUTER CLASSES
	 ✦	Beginner	                     ✦	Digital scrapbooking	    ✦	Crafts and photo projects
	 ✦	and more

TRIPS
✦	Astros Baseball Game
✦	International Gem and Jewelry Show
✦	Shimek Gardens and Froberg Farms in Alvin
✦	Galveston Bay Fishing Trip
✦	Bargain Hunter, Clear Lake Area
✦	Galveston's Moody Gardens

You must be registered and have a OneCard to participate. Call the Senior Adult Office for more
information at 409-933-8226. Call Admissions at 409-933-8264 to register and get your OneCard.



      Join COM Alumni and
                                                          CE REGISTRATION
        Friends Association                             IS AVAILABLE ONLINE!
      Have you graduated from COM?
         Have you been a student                            Online registration is available at
           (credit or non-credit)?                                   www.com.edu.
         Are you a friend of COM?
      Are you a community member?
                                                             Click on WebAdvisor and follow
         If you answered YES to any of these                        the instructions for
     questions, you can become a member of the                continuing education students.
        COM Alumni and Friends Association!
                                                            If you have any questions about online
   For information about the association, contact:
                                                                registration, please click on the
     Monica O’Neal, COM Foundation, Director,
                                                               HELPDESK arrow located on the
     409-933-8557 or email moneal@com.edu
                                                             WebAdvisor main menu (bottom left)
               www.com.edu/alumni                            and fill out the required information.



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Learn Adobe Creative Suite
Learn to design newsletters, postcards, brochures and other print and web
materials using Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator.

State-of-the-art Mac labs, current software, and helpful faculty will get you
started designing materials for your small business or non-profit agency.

Questions? Call 409-933-8535.




Fast and Convenient

Register online
http://webadvisor.com.edu




   If you prefer to mail in your registration, the CE Registration Form is
   available at www.com.edu/ce in the Quick Links.




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NCCER Certification
Industrial Craft Skills Training
                                                                       ProNew
College of the Mainland, in partnership with the Safety                   gra
Council of Texas City, is launching new craft training                       ms
programs: Pipefitting and Electrical. The courses are based
on the NCCER curriculum, the choice of Industrial Contractors in
the area.

These two-year programs provide the training necessary to become certified and employable
in the industrial arena. This certification leads to good paying jobs and careers with a
promising future. These credentials are recognized nationally.

Maybe you already work in the industry and need the credentials to increase your pay or to open
the door to more opportunities? NCCER certification may be just what you are looking for.

Classes are conducted in the evenings, two nights per week, four hours per night. Learn a craft
from instructors who have been working in the craft for years. Acquire the skills by performing
the tasks in our well-equipped labs. Get the right preparation to enter the industrial workforce.

                                        PIPEFITTING
     Level 1 – 152.5 hrs       19 weeks (approximately six months)           $850
     Level 2 – 162.5 hrs       20.5 weeks (approximately six months)         $950
     Level 3 – 132.5 hrs       16.5 weeks (approximately five months)        $835
     Level 4 – 192.5 hrs       24 weeks (approximately seven months)         $1,125


                                        ELECTRICAL
     Level 1 – 185 hrs         23 weeks (approximately six months)           $1,100
     Level 2 – 145 hrs         18 weeks (approximately five months)          $850
     Level 3 – 155 hrs         19 weeks (approximately six months)           $925
     Level 4 – 180 hrs         22.5 weeks (approximately six months)         $1,100

The average age of the existing workforce in these craft areas is between 47 and 55 years old;
that means retirements and replacement. If you like working with your hands and are looking
for a career or making a career change, one of these programs may be right for you. Contact the
Continuing Education Department at COM or contact the Safety Council of Texas City.


                      College of the Mainland    Safety Council of Texas City
                                www.com.edu      www.csctc.org
                                Patty England    Latisha Boson
                                409-933-8406     nccer@cstc.org or
                           pengland@com.edu      Jim Gossett
                                                 jgossett@csctc.org
                                                 409-948-9009




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    COM Community Theatre’s 2011-2012 Season
     “Bill W. & Dr. Bob”                          “The Wedding Singer”
         By Samuel Shem                    By Chad Beguelin, Tim Herlihy and Matthew Sklar
         and Janet Surrey                             July 19 - Aug. 12, 2012
     May 24 - June 17, 2012




                                          COM Community Theatre Ticket Information
                                   For Tickets: 409-933-8345 or 1-888-258-8859, ext. 8345
                              Ticket Office Hours: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday (extended hours
                                                     on performance days).
                                      Telephone reservations during regular office hours
                                      Ticket Prices: Sections: “A”/$23, “B”/$18, “C”/$13
                                            Discount for students and senior citizens.
                                           Children must be four years old to attend.




Help a Good Class Make!
                                                           Invite a friend.
                                                               409-933-8264




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      MACHINIST/MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
              College of the Mainland is the leading educator for industrial skills training.

Our MACHINIST program has five courses that
total 426 hours of instruction. We will take
you from basic machine shop, through CNC
Programming and Operation, up to 3D solid
model and design.

There is no fluff in this training. You will
design parts and run the machines yourself in
a step-by-step process on aluminum steel with
your instructor. Our curriculum is recognized
by Texas Gulf Coast companies as one of the
finest. If you desire to be employed in a high
technology production facility or the aerospace
industry as a machinist, we have the training
for you.

Our Mechanical Maintenance Technician
program will prepare you to be gainfully
employed in the petrochemical industry as a
highly skilled Mechanical Technician.

Our Mechanical Maintenance Technician
program has 12 courses that total 780 hours
of instruction. Each quarter of this program
addresses a petrochemical plant-specific topic.
We will take you through technical math, hand
tools, rigging, prints, metallurgy and welding
to advanced topics like bearings, couplings,
mechanical seals, pumps, reciprocating
compressors, Turbines, Gear boxes and Laser
alignment.

For more information, call 409-933-8154.




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      MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
                                  Course at a Glance
This course was developed through the combined efforts of dedicated professionals in the
industrial community. Working together in an alliance with College of the Mainland, the
Collaborative Crafts Training Advisory Counsel (CCTAC) was formed to identify training
and curriculum needs to guide development of a three-year community college workforce
development course and to train the next generation of Machinist-Mechanical Maintenance
Technicians. This course spans 12 ten-week quarters.

Quarter 1: TECM-1001-211CL Industrial Mathematics (1:1)
    Orientation, math review, math and measurement

Quarter 2: INMT-1005-212CL Introduction to Industrial Maintenance (1:2)
    Hand and power tools

Quarter 3: MCHN-1091-213CL Special Topics/Machinist (1:3)
    Prints, sketches, rigging, slings, hoists and overhead cranes

Quarter 4: WLDG-1021-214CL Welding Fundamentals (1:4)
    Metals, welding and torches

Quarter 5: MCHN-1038-234CL Basic Machine Shop (2:1)
    Lathes and mills

Quarter 6: MCHN-2005-221CL Millwright III (2:2)
    Bearings, seals and couplings

Quarter 7: MCHN-2007-222CL Millwright IV (2:3)
    Lubrication, valves and pumps

Quarter 8: INMT-2003-223CL Pumps, Compressors and Mechanical Drives (2:4)
    Pumps and reciprocating compressors

Quarter 9: MCHN-2014-224CL Millwright VI (3:1)
    Reciprocating, centrifugal, other compressors and blowers

Quarter 10: MCHN-2012-231CL Millwright V (3:2)
    Gear boxes, chain and belt drives

Quarter 11: MCHN-2016-232CL Millwright VII (3:3)
    Turbines

Quarter 12: MCHN-2018-233CL Millwright VIII (3:4)
    Alignment and vibration

For additional information, contact Cindy Gallaway at 409-933-8154.




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        Is COM’s Continuing
          Education division
       offering what you need?
        Are you happy with the courses you have
           taken through Continuing Education?
  Please take a few minutes to let us know how we’re doing.
Go to www.com.edu/surveys/ce.html to complete a short survey.

                     We welcome your input.




Fast and Convenient

Register online
http://webadvisor.com.edu




     If you prefer to mail in your registration, the CE Registration Form is
     available at www.com.edu/ce in the Quick Links.




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For more information
Contact                Program                                        Contact Information
Kim Carden             Business and Computer                          409-933-8311
                       (Computer Overlays)                            kcarden@com.edu
Tina Starkey           Allied Health/EMS                              409-933-8224
                                                                      tstarkey@com.edu
Susan Meadows          Civilian Firearms, Law Enforcement, Security   409-933-8285
                       and Loss Prevention, Police Academy,           smeadows@com.edu
                       Firefighter Academy
Danny McLerran         Firefighter Academy                            409-933-8378
                                                                      dmclerran@com.edu
Joyce Palmer           Art                                            409-933-8348
                       (Art, Drama, Music, Photography Overlays)      jpalmer@com.edu
Cindy Gallaway         Business, Machinist, Millwright                409-933-8154
                                                                      cgallaway@com.edu
Patrice Lewis          Child Development                              409-933-8390
                                                                      plewis2@com.edu
Blanca Comeaux         Languages                                      409-933-8212
                       (Spanish Overlays)                             bcomeaux@com.edu
Bonnie Harrill         Risk Management                                409-933-8365
Tammie Helms                                                          bharrill@com.edu or thelms@com.edu
Patty England          Air Conditioning, Electrical, Welding          409-933-8406
                                                                      pengland@com.edu
Jeanette Slaughter     Wellness                                       409-933-8179
                                                                      jslaughter@com.edu
Karen Earl             COM Learning Center – North County in          281-332-1800
                       League City                                    kearl@com.edu
Jennifer Williams      ED2GO Online Courses                           409-933-8586
                                                                      jwilliams@com.edu




                    College of the Mainland wants to be your
                     professional organization’s CEU provider.
                     Just let us know how we can assist you.
                Contact Continuing Education at 409-933-8586
                              or email ContEd@com.edu.

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                                                                 INDEX OF COURSES
                                                                                           DANCE, TEXAS TWO-STEP ........................................... 26
           A
                                                                                           DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY, FUNDAMENTALS OF ............. 12
        ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES I ........................................... 6
                                                                                           DRAFTING ................................................................... 11
        ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES II .......................................... 6
                                                                                           DRAFTING, TECHNICAL ................................................ 11
        ACCOUNTING, INTRODUCTION TO ................................ 6
                                                                                           DRAWING I .................................................................... 8
        ADULT BEGINNER GROUP LESSONS ............................. 30
                                                                                           DRAWING II ................................................................... 8
        AEROBIC-CROSS TRAINING.......................................... 28
        AIKIDO® ..................................................................... 26     E
                                                                                           ECG TECHNICIAN ........................................................ 38
        AIR CONDITIONING, LEVEL I ........................................ 14
                                                                                           ELECTRICAL TRADES .................................................... 14
        AIR CONDITIONING, LEVEL II ....................................... 14
                                                                                           ELECTRICAL, LEVEL I .................................................... 14
        AIR CONDITIONING, LEVEL III ...................................... 14
                                                                                           ELECTRICAL, LEVEL II ................................................... 14
        ALLIED HEALTH/EMS ...................................................... 7
                                                                                           EMS INSTRUCTOR .......................................................... 7
        ART, INFANT/TODDLER CREATIVE .................................. 9
                                                                                           EMT BASIC RECERTIFICATION ........................................ 7
        AQUA ZUMBA® .......................................................... 29
                                                                                           EMT COMPLETION ......................................................... 7
        ARC FLASH SAFETY ...................................................... 13
                                                                                           EPA CERTIFICATION ..................................................... 14
        ARREST, SEARCH AND SEIZURE ................................... 19
          B                                                                                EVOC ........................................................................... 23

        BABYSITTING (BOB), BUSINESS OF 36
                                                                                             F
                                                                                           FIREARMS, CIVILIAN .................................................... 17
        BASKETBALL CAMP ..................................................... 31
                                                                                           FIREARMS PRACTICE, CIVILIAN .................................... 17
        BOOT CAMP ................................................................ 25
                                                                                           FIREARMS SAFETY ....................................................... 16
          C
                                                                                           FIREFIGHTER ACADEMY............................................... 21
        CAMPS, SUMMER ........................................................ 31
INDEX




                                                                                           FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION I ..................................... 21
        CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT, ADVANCED ............................. 7
                                                                                           FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION II .................................... 21
        CARDIO/STRENGTH TRAINING ..................................... 25
                                                                                           FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION III ................................... 21
        CHILD ABUSE ................................................................. 8
                                                                                           FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION IV ................................... 22
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT .................................................... 8
                                                                                           FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION V .................................... 22
        CHL REQUALIFICATION-............................................... 17
                                                                                           FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION VI ................................... 22
        CNC PROGRAMMING .................................................. 15
                                                                                           FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION VII .................................. 22
        COMPUTER AND TECHNOLOGY CLASSES .................... 33
                                                                                           FIREFIGHTER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ............... 23
        COMPUTER CLASSES ................................................... 10
                                                                                           FIRST AID AND CPR ..................................................... 37
        COMPUTERS FOR BEGINNERS 2007 ............................. 34
                                                                                           FITNESS CREDIT OVERLAY CLASSES
        COMPUTERS FOR BEGINNERS 2010 ............................. 33
                                                                                           FITNESS MEMBERSHIPS, ADULT ................................... 24
        CONSTRUCTION SAFETY, PRINCIPLES OF ..................... 13
                                                                                           FLORAL DESIGN, ADVANCED ....................................... 35
        CPR, FIRST AID AND .................................................... 37
                                                                                           FLORAL DESIGN, BASIC................................................ 35
        CPR INSTRUCTOR ........................................................ 37
                                                                                             G
          D
                                                                                           GOOGLE®-IT’S NOT JUST A SEARCH ENGINE .............. 34
        DAILY PASS ................................................................. 24
                                                                                           GUITAR FOR BUSY ADULTS AND TEENS ....................... 39
        DANCE BASICS ............................................................ 41
                                                                                           GUITAR-JUST ONCE BY EAR ......................................... 39
        DANCE CAMP .............................................................. 31
                                                                                           GYM FLOOR................................................................. 24
        DANCE FOR EXERCISE ................................................. 26
        DANCE ZUMBA® ........................................................ 26
        DANCE, BALLROOM SWING ......................................... 26
        DANCE, MEXICAN FOLKLORE ...................................... 26


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HANDGUN, FIRST STEP BASIC ...................................... 16                MEDICAL/ALLIED HEALTH ............................................ 36
HANDGUN, INTERMEDIATE DEFENSIVE ........................ 16                        MEDICATION AIDE ....................................................... 38
HANDGUN LICENSE, CONCEALED ................................ 16                     MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS ............................... 10
HARMONICA, INTRODUCTION ..................................... 39                   MICROSOFT ACCESS 2010, INTRODUCTION................. 10
HAZARDOUS WASTE OPERATIONS............................... 13                       MICROSOFT EXCEL 2007, INTRODUCTION ................... 34
HEALTHCARE PROVIDER CPR ....................................... 38                 MICROSOFT EXCEL 2010, ADVANCED ......................... 10
HEALTHCARE PROVIDER CPR ......................................... 8                MICROSOFT EXCEL 2010, INTERMEDIATE .................... 10
HOW DOES YOUR CENTER GROW.................................. 9                      MICROSOFT EXCEL 2010, INTRODUCTION ................... 10
HYDROGEN SULFIDE SAFETY ....................................... 13                 MICROSOFT OFFICE PROFESSIONAL 2007,
  I                                                                                 INTERMEDIATE .......................................................... 33
ICC, USE OF FORCE...................................................... 19         MICROSOFT OFFICE PROFESSIONAL 2007,
INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE, INTRODUCTION TO - HAND                                      INTRODUCTION ......................................................... 33
AND POWER TOOLS ..................................................... 15           MICROSOFT WORD 2007, INTERMEDIATE .................... 34
INDUSTRIAL MATHEMATICS - ORIENTATION, MATH                                         MICROSOFT WORD 2007, INTRODUCTION................... 33
 REVIEW, MATH & MEASUREMENT ............................. 15                       MICROSOFT WORD 2010, INTERMEDIATE .................... 10
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES ........................................ 13                MICROSOFT WORD 2010, INTRODUCTION................... 10
INFANT/TODDLER CREATIVE ART ................................... 9                  MICROSOFT WORD 2010, INTRODUCTION................... 34
INSANITY® ................................................................. 25     MILLWRIGHT, VI - RECIPROCATING, CENTRIFUGAL,
INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCE SESSION.............................. 30                       OTHER COMPRESSORS............................................... 15
ISO SAFETY .................................................................. 23   MIND/BODY SCULPTING .............................................. 26
  K                                                                                MUSIC ......................................................................... 39




                                                                                                                                                                         INDEX
KARATE CAMP............................................................. 31          N
KEEPING CONTRACTORS SAFE..................................... 13                   NREMT SKILLS & EXAM .................................................. 7
KICKBOXING................................................................ 25      NURSE AIDE FOR HEALTHCARE I .................................. 37
KIDS CLASSES .............................................................. 41     NURSE AIDE FOR HEALTHCARE I .................................... 7
  L                                                                                NURSE AIDE FOR HEALTHCARE II ................................. 38
LANGUAGES ................................................................ 11      NURSE AIDE FOR HEALTHCARE II ................................... 7
LEGAL UPDATE ............................................................ 19         O
LEISURE AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT ..................... 35                          OBTAINING MEMBERSHIPS .......................................... 24
LITERACY, GROWING..................................................... 9           ONLINE LEARNER WORKSHOP ....................................... 6
  M                                                                                  P
MACHINIST / MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE................. 15                             P90X® ........................................................................ 25
MACHINIST, SPECIAL TOPICS/ - PRINTS, SKETCHES,                                     PEN & INK W/OIL ROUGING ......................................... 35
RIGGINGS, SLINGS, HOISTS AND OVERHEAD CRANE ... 15                                 PERSONAL DIETICIAN .................................................. 27
MAD CITY MONEY ....................................................... 41          PERSONAL TRAINING .................................................. 27
MATHEMATICS, INDUSTRIAL ....................................... 15                 PERSONAL TRAINING-BUDDY ...................................... 27
MASSAGES, SPECIALTY THERAPEUTIC ......................... 27                       PHLEBOTOMY TECHNCIAN .......................................... 36
MASSAGES, SPORTS AND REHABILITATION ................. 27                           PHOTOGRAPHY, FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL ............. 12
MASSAGE THERAPY..................................................... 27            POOL ........................................................................... 24
MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN ................. 15                             POOL PARTY RENTAL ................................................... 24
MEDICAL BILLING ........................................................ 36        PRE-SERVICE TRAINING SESSION I ................................. 9
MEDICAL BILLING, ADVANCED .................................... 36                  PROACTIVE SAFETY METRICS....................................... 13




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                                                                                               T
        PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT ................................ 13                         TCLEOSE BASIC INSTRUCTOR....................................... 19
        PROP BOXES AND LITERACY .......................................... 9                  THE OUTDOOR CLASSROOM .......................................... 8
        PUBLIC SERVICE CAREERS ........................................... 19                 THEATRE AND ON-CAMERA ACTING FOR KIDS AND
        PUMP OPS ................................................................... 23       TEENS .......................................................................... 41
           Q                                                                                  TOTS SESSION .............................................................. 29
        QUICKBOOKS 2011, INTRODUCTION ........................... 33                          TRIPLE DECKER ............................................................ 25

          R                                                                                   TROUBLESHOOTING YOUR PC ..................................... 34
        RACQUETBALL ............................................................. 24            V
        REAL ESTATE CONTRACTS ........................................... 40                  VOLLEYBALL ................................................................ 28
        REAL ESTATE FINANCE ................................................ 40               VOLLEYBALL CAMP...................................................... 31
        REAL ESTATE INITIAL EXAM PREP ................................ 40                     VOLLEYBALL-A, B, CO-ED LEAGUE ............................... 28
        REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS ........................................ 40                     W
        REAL ESTATE LAW OF AGENCY.................................... 40                      WATER AEROBICS........................................................ 29
        REAL ESTATE MATH ..................................................... 40             WATER BABIES SESSION .............................................. 29
        REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES I........................................... 39                WATER BEGINNERS SESSION ....................................... 30
        REAL ESTATE, PRINCIPLES II ......................................... 39               WATER CLASSES .......................................................... 29
        REAL ESTATE PROGRAM, ACCELERATED FAST-TRACK . 39                                      WATER PILATES® ........................................................ 29
        RISK MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE ................................... 13                      WATERCOLOR FOR TEENS AND ADULTS ...................... 36
        ROCK AND ROLL .......................................................... 41           WATERCOLOR PAINTING FOR KIDS .............................. 41
        ROPE & RAPPEL ........................................................... 23          WEIGHT ROOM AND CARDIO ROOMS.......................... 24

          S                                                                                   WELDING TECHNOLOGIES ........................................... 16
INDEX




        SAFETY MANAGEMENT, PROCESS ............................... 13                         WELDING, MULTIPLE PROCESSES ................................. 16
        SAFETY METRICS, PROACTIVE...................................... 13                    WELLNESS MEMBERSHIP PROGRAMS .......................... 24
        SAUNA ........................................................................ 24     WHAT HAPPENS IN THE CLASSROOM ............................ 9
        SCULPTING WITH QUICKWOOD ................................... 35                       WINDOWS/7 OVERVIEW .............................................. 34
        SEAR............................................................................ 23   WRITING FOR KIDS, CREATIVE ..................................... 41
        SECURITY AND LOSS PREVENTION ............................... 20                       WRITING FOR TEENS, CREATIVE .................................. 41
        SECURITY CLASSROOM INSTRUCTOR........................... 20                           WRITING WORKSHOP, EXPRESS YOURSELF! CREATIVE 35
        SECURITY FIREARMS REQUAL/CE ................................. 20                        Y
        SECURITY OFFICER, COMMISSIONED ........................... 20                         YOGA, HATHA ............................................................. 28
        SENIOR FITNESS MEMBERSHIPS ................................... 24                     YOGA/PILATES ............................................................. 26
        SOCIAL MEDIA, JOURNALISM AND MARKETING .......... 36                                  YOU’RE ON THE AIR - VOICE-OVERS!........................... 35
        SPANISH I-IV ................................................................ 11      YOUTH FITNESS MEMBERSHIPS ................................... 24
        SPECIAL TOPICS/MACHINIST - PRINTS, SKETCHES,                                            Z
        RIGGINGS, SLINGS, HOISTS AND OVERHEAD CRANE ... 15                                    ZUMBA®, AQUA ......................................................... 29
        SPEED CAMP ............................................................... 31         ZUMBA®, DANCE ....................................................... 26
        SPINNING® ................................................................. 25
        SPINNING®, AEROBIC ................................................. 28
        SPINNING® FITNESS.................................................... 26
        SUMMERTIME COOL ...................................................... 8
        SWIM LESSONS ............................................................ 29
        SWIMMING PRIVATE LESSONS ..................................... 30



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                   College of the Mainland • SUMMER 2012 • Continuing Education Schedule
A Word about Waiting to Register …
Each class a minimum required enrollment. Once that minimum is reached, the class is a “MAKE.” Find
a class you like, encourage a friend to join you! Sometimes two or three people can make a difference
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Walk In        Register in person in the Admissions Office in the Enrollment Center, Main Campus.
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Fax In         Print the registration form available at www.com.edu/ce in Quick Links and
               fax to 409-933-8012.

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               Continuing Education, College of the Mainland, 1200 Amburn Road, Texas City 77591-2499




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