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Instructional Courses Especially for Adult Part-time Students (18 years or older)




                                   Personal Enrichment Courses
                                   Including:
                                   Defensive Driving; Motorcycle Safety;
                                   Language; Music; Art; Sewing/Quilting;    Professional development Courses
                                   Personal Finances; Personal Protec-       Including:
                                   tion; Special Interest; Senior Citizens
                                   Courses                                   Employability Skills; BioPharma; Licensing
                                                                             Courses; Supervision Series; Career Training;
                                                                             Conversational Spanish for Business; Teacher
                                   Health and Emergency                      Assistant/Renewal; WorkKeys ® and Career
                                   Services Including:                       Readiness Certification; Small Business Semi-
                                   Allied Health/CNA; EMS Education;         nars; Industry Services; Computer Technology;
                                   In Service Law Enforcement; Fire          Distance Learning
                                   Rescue Services
                                                                             Basic Skills Courses Including:
                                                                             Adult Basic Education; English as a Second
                                                                             Language (ESL); Compensatory Education;
                                                                             General Educational Development (GED);
                                                                             Adult High School Education




245 College Road, Smithfield, NC 27577
For the latest updates on our schedules visit our website:
www.johnstoncc.edu                                                           2009 SummEr SCHEdulE
Information                                                                                                            SUMMER 2009

Where to Call for Information                                                   What’s	Inside:	                                                       Page
Office	                                                   Extension             How to Register ............................................................1
                                                                                Fees, Books, Supplies ..................................................1
Adult Basic Education.................................... 209-2065              Refund Policy ...............................................................1
Adult High School .......................................... 209-2065           Course Repetition Policy .............................................2
BioPharma Education .................................... 209-2593               Gift Certificates ............................................................2
Career Readiness Certification ...................... 209-2594                  Course Location Information ......................................2
Career Training/Licensing ............................. 209-2595                Registration Form ...................................... Back Cover
Community Services ..................................... 209-2034
Compensatory Education............................... 209-2542                  Professional	Development	Courses
Computer Courses...........................................209-2108             Employability Skills Training .....................................3
Continuing Education .....................................209-2168                  (Resume, Interview, Job Search)
Defensive Driving .......................................... 209-2213           BioPharma Education ..................................................5
Emergency Services ........................................209-2135                 (Biowork, Pharmacy Asst)
Employability Skills - HRD .......................... 209-2592                  Licensing Courses ........................................................6
English as a Second Language (ESL) ........... 209-2065                             (Notary, Cosmetology, Real Estate, Electrical,
Fire Services ................................................... 209-2081
                                                                                    Contractor)
GED ................................................................ 209-2065
                                                                                NEW Supervision Series .............................................9
In-Service Law Enforcement..........................209-2514
                                                                                Career Training .........................................................11
Industry Services .......................................... 209-2082
Nursing Assistant ...........................................209-2009               (CDL, PLC, Welding, Surveying, Home
Online Courses ............................................... 209-2509             Inspection, Construction)
Small Business Center ................................... 209-2015              Conversational Spanish for Business ........................13
Teacher Assistant/Renewal ............................ 209-2594                 Teacher Assistant/Renewal ........................................14
Vice Pres. of Continuing Education .............. 209-2071                      WorkKeys® and Career Readiness Certification .....16
Workforce Development Center .................... 209-2591                      Small Business Seminars...........................................17
Cleveland Center .............................................989-2128          Industry Services .......................................................20
                                                                                Computer Technology ................................................21
                                                                                    Smithfield (Elsee Building) .................................21
Words	from	the	Vice	President                                                               IT Academy Certifications .....................24
It’s difficult to believe that summer is almost                                     Clayton (Workforce Dev Center) ........................26
here. It has been a very busy fifteen months for
the Continuing Education Division. We have                                          Benson Center .....................................................28
seen tremendous enrollment growth during                                            Cleveland Center .................................................28
this period. The circumstance of an economic                                        Kenly Center ........................................................29
down turn usually results in increased enroll-
ment in our community colleges. These past                                      Distance Learning ......................................................30
fifteen months have been no exception and we
have done our best to rise to the occasion to meet                              Health	and	Emergency	Services
the educational, training and retraining needs of our constituents.
You have come to us for your training needs and our response has                Allied Health / CNA ..................................................33
resulted in an approximate 14 % increase in enrollment. We expect               EMS Education ..........................................................33
this trend to continue and we have put together a summer schedule
that we feel will continue to meet the education and training needs of          In Service Law Enforcement .....................................37
our community.                                                                  Fire Rescue Services ..................................................37
     We have special courses designed to help those who suffered job
losses to reenter the workforce. Strategies for the Job Search, Effec-
tive Resume Writing, and Step Up to a New Career are examples of                Personal	Enrichment	Courses
job search courses. We also have programs and courses that teach new
skill sets to enable you to change career paths if you desire or just find      Defensive Driving – Motorcycle Safety ....................38
employment. Examples are the New Supervisor Series, Small Engine                Language – Music – Art – Sewing/Quilting.............39
and Equipment Repair, Flagger Training, Small Business Seminars,                Personal Finances – Personal Protection..............41-42
Office Computer Operations Specialist, and the Information Technol-
ogy (IT) Academy.In addition to workforce training we have a host of            Special Interest ...........................................................42
courses and programs for personal enrichment and development. We                Senior Citizens Courses .............................................43
are especially pleased and proud to offer again this summer our youth
CAMP IMPACT at the Cleveland Center. We are, however, offering
two additional camps; Environmental Camp at the Howell Woods                    Basic	Skills	Courses
Environmental Learning Center and Drama Camp on the main cam-
pus in Smithfield. These camps will stimulate the minds of youth in             Adult Basic Education................................................44
an enjoyable fun atmosphere. Our regulars (clothing construction,               English as a Second Language (ESL) .......................44
sewing, & piano) are still available along with a few new offerings.            Compensatory Education...........................................44
     Take a look inside and see what we have for you. I encourage you
to take advantage of our offerings whether for employment purposes              General Educational Development (GED) ................44
or for personal enrichment. Thank you for turning to us for your edu-           Adult High School ......................................................45
cational and training needs. We will continue to strive to be a resource
for you as you seek to prepare yourself for the future. Have a great
summer!                                                                         Registration	Form ............................. Back Cover
                      —Talbert Myers, VP of Continuing Education
How	to	Register	                                                                                 SUMMER	2009
Three	Easy	Ways	to	Register                                      When	to	Register
By	Mail                                                          Pre-registration is a necessity! Because space may
You may register by mail using the continuing educa-             be limited for some classes, advanced registration is
tion course registration form found on page 27 (inside           required for all Continuing Education courses with
cover). Complete the form and mail it in with your               the exception of Basic Skills. All continuing educa-
check, money order, or credit card information to the            tion classes/instructors provided are subject to change
address shown on the form. Do not send cash.                     due to specific circumstances and low enrollment may
                                                                 result in class cancellation. All pre-registered students
In	Person                                                        will be notified in advance of any changes to classes.
You also may register in person by completing the                If you are not pre-registered, you may not receive
continuing education form on page 27 (inside cover)              notice of changes. Students must register at least FIVE
and bringing it with your payment (check, exact cash,            CALENDAR DAYS prior to the class start date.
credit card, or money order) to the Elsee Building
on JCC’s main campus Monday – Thursday from                      After	you	Register
8:00am to 3:00pm and Friday from 8:00am to 1:00pm.
Students attending courses at the Cleveland Center               Plan to attend the classes for which you registered as
may pre-pay by calling 989-2128 for times to register.           scheduled. You will not be contacted unless there is a
Students attending courses at the Workforce Develop-             change in the class; for example, if the class is post-
ment Center may pre-pay register from 8:00 am – 9:00             poned, full or canceled.
pm Monday – Thursday.

By	Fax
                                                                 Fees/Books/Supplies	
You may fax registrations paid with a credit card using          Registration fees, which are listed with each class
Master Card or VISA to the attention of “Registra-               description, do not include the cost of textbooks or
tion” at 919-209-2189.                                           supplies. Fees are set by the NC General Assembly
                                                                 and are based on the number of contact hours for each
****The registration form may also be printed from               course. Some of the courses listed in this schedule
the website at www.johnstoncc.edu by clicking on                 require textbooks that may be purchased at the JCC
“Continuing Education” and mailed in with exact                  Bookstore.
registration fee.
                                                                 The College bookstore will be open Monday through
Who	May	Register?                                                Thursday from May - July. Please contact the book-
                                                                 store at 209-2104 for operating times or check our
If you are 18 years old or older, you may register for           website. Any textbooks and/or course materials may
a course.                                                        be purchased during these times. The College book-
                                                                 store can be contacted by dialing (919) 209-2104.
Under the current law, North Carolina does not allow
students under the age of 16 to register for Continuing          Some courses listed in this schedule will require a lab
Education courses, with the exception of self-support-           or technology fee. The fee will be listed with the each
ing community service courses that may be offered in             applicable class.
the summer.
                                                                 Continuing	Education	Refund	Policy	
Registration	for	In-Service	Law	
Enforcement	Officers                                             A student who officially withdraws (in writing) from
                                                                 a Continuing Education course prior to the first class
(Must be a law enforcement officer to attend this                meeting is eligible for a 100% refund upon request to
mandated training)                                               the Continuing Education Division. A student may be
                                                                 eligible to receive a 75% refund of the registration fee
You can register on-line by completing the on-line               if the student officially withdraws (in writing) from
registration form at http://www.johnstoncc.edu/                  the course after the class begins but prior to the 10%
ConEd/law/law.html or by emailing Carla Roberts at               census date (10% of total course hours). A student
robertscp@johnstoncc.edu.                                        would not be entitled to receive a refund if he/she
                                                                 withdraws after the 10% census date (more than 10%
 You must include your name, agency, course title/date           of total course hours) of the course. Courses offered
and contact phone number. If you need further assis-             as self-supporting are not eligible for a refund as these
tance, or have questions, please call Carla Roberts,             programs are funded by registration fees collected.
In-Service LE Coordinator, 919-209-2514 or Jason                 Students are eligible for a 100% refund if the class is
Godwin, BLET School Director, 919-209-2203.                      canceled by the College.
                          Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,                   1
                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                     www.johnstoncc.edu
How	to	Register		                                                                                SUMMER	2009
Course	Repetition	Policy                                         GIFT	CERTIFICATES
A special provision of the State General Assembly                Johnston Community College’s Continuing Education
concerning course repetition became effective July               Division is now offering gift certificates year round
1, 1993. Students who take an occupational exten-                for the cost of the registration and technology fee for
sion course more than TWICE within a FIVE-YEAR                   any Continuing Education class. Give the gift of Life
period shall pay their cost for the course at a rate             Long Learning with class.
based on current contact hour value. Students shall
be primarily responsible for monitoring course rep-              Registration fees range from $15 and up. Books not
etitions; however, the College shall review records              included. North Carolina Senior Citizens 65 years of
and charge students full cost for courses taken more             age and older are exempt from paying registration fees
than twice. Senior citizens who are legal residents of           for some courses and if applicable, would only require
North Carolina and who wish to enroll in an occu-                the technology fee. Technology fees range from $1-$5.
pational extension course will not be required to pay            For more information, please call Paula Parrish at 919-
for taking the course twice. Senior citizens who take            209-2108 or Continuing Education at 209-2522.
an occupational extension course more than TWICE
within a FIVE-YEAR period shall pay their cost for
the course. Students may repeat occupational exten-
sion courses an unlimited number of times if the
repetitions are required for certification, licensure, or
recertification.

Course	Locations
Continuing education courses are held in many differ-
ent locations. These locations should be listed with the
particular course information. Maps to JCC’s campus
in Smithfield, 245 College Road, Smithfield, 27577;
the Cleveland Center, 9046 Cleveland Road, Clayton,
27520; Howell Woods, 6601 Devils Racetrack Road,
Four Oaks, 27524; Kenly Center, 408 South College
Avenue, Kenly, 27542; Benson Center, 314 South Lee
Street, Benson, 27504; and Workforce Development
Center, 135 Bestwood Drive, Clayton, 27520 can be
found on the website at www.johnstoncc.edu under
General Information.

An	Important	Message	for	North	Carolina	
Senior	Citizens
Senior Citizens (age 65 or older) do not pay registra-
tion fees for classes unless the classes are self-sup-
porting sections and these classes should be noted in
the schedule. Senior citizens are required to submit a
registration form and to buy any required supplies or
textbooks.

**All	Continuing	Education	classes/instructors	
provided	are	subject	to	change	due	to	specific	cir-
cumstances,	and	low	enrollment	may	result	in	class	
cancellation.	All	registered	participants	will	be	
notified	in	either	event.	Please	refer	to	the	Continu-
ing	Education	Refund	Policy.




2                         Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                     www.johnstoncc.edu
Human	Resource	Development


Professional	Development	Courses	                                                                SUMMER	2009

EMPLOyABILITy	SkILLS	                                            Course	Code: HRD3005 04U
                                                                 Date: June 15-June 17, M,T,W, 8a-4p
TRAINING	-	HUMAN	RESOURCE	                                       Location: JCC/Elsee
DEVELOPMENT                                                      Room: 115
                                                                 Registration: $55 @ 24 hours
                                                                 Book: None
Free	to	Qualified	Participants                                   Instructor: Badgett
To	register	for	Employability	Classes	contact	
Letitia	Rawlinson	at	919-209-2592.	                              Course	Code: HRD3005 03U
                                                                 Date: July 6- July 16, M,T,W, TH 1p-4p
HRD	Tuition	and	Fee	Waiver                                       Location: Cleveland Center
                                                                 Room: 4
HRD provides skills assessment services, employ-                 Registration: $55 @ 24 hours
ability skills training, and career development                  Book: None
activities for adults who are unemployed or under-               Instructor: Wissinger
employed. Registration fees for the following
Employability Classes may be waived (FREE) for                   Course	Code: HRD3005 05U
individuals who meet the following criteria:                     Date: July 20-July 22, M,T,W, 8a-4p
• unemployed;                                                    Location: JCC/Elsee
• received notice of pending layoff;                             Room: 115
• working and eligible for Federal Earned Income                 Registration: $55 @ 24 hours
     Tax Credit (FEIT); or                                       Book: None
• working and earn wages at or below two hundred                 Instructor: Badgett
     percent (200%) of the federal poverty guidelines.
                                                                 Effective	Strategies	for	your	Job	Search
Introduction	to	Computers
                                                                 This 3-hour workshop will provide tips on topics criti-
This is a great course for anyone that needs introduc-           cal for job seekers including résumé writing, creat-
tory computer skills. It can assist those who need               ing effective cover letters, interviewing skills, and
beginning skills to take online placement tests and              handling difficult information. Come learn what you
other online assessments. It is also excellent for the job       need to know to make your résumé speak to employ-
seekers interested in learning some basics for using             ers. You will be on your way to a new career!!
the computer as a tool for the job search. It is designed
to introduce computers and computer terms, develop               Course	Code: HRD3001 01U
a moderate comfort level of basic computer-use                   Date: June 3, Wed, 1:30p – 4:30p
skill to prepare employment-related documents and                Location: JobLink Career Center, Clayton
other online assessments, introduce the internet, and            Room: 001
develop email capabilities focusing on the use of the            Registration: $50 @ 3 hours
computer to search for employment or conduct other               Book: None
electronic communication.                                        Instructor: Dickinson

Course	Code: HRD3005 01U                                         Course	Code: HRD3001 02U
Date: June 2-June 11, T, W, Thurs, 8a-12p                        Date: July 1, Wed, 1:30p – 4:30p
Location: WDC                                                    Location: JobLink Career Center, Clayton
Room: 1031                                                       Room: 001
Registration: $55 @ 24 hours                                     Registration: $50 @ 3 hours
Book: None                                                       Book: None
Instructor: Harris                                               Instructor: Dickinson

Course	Code: HRD3005 02U                                         Course	Code: HRD3001 03U
Date: June 8-June 18, M,T,W, TH 1p-4p                            Date: August 5, Wed, 1:30p – 4:30p
Location: Cleveland Center                                       Location: JobLink Career Center, Clayton
Room: 4                                                          Room: 001
Registration: $55 @ 24 hours                                     Registration: $50 @ 3 hours
Book: None                                                       Book: None
Instructor: Wissinger                                            Instructor: Dickinson



                          Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,               3
                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                     www.johnstoncc.edu
Human	Resource	Development


Professional	Development	Courses	                                                                SUMMER	2009
Effective	Résumé	Writing                                         Location: JCC/Elsee
                                                                 Room: 115
This 3-hour workshop will be your opportunity to                 Registration: $55 @ 24 hours
create a résumé! A knowledgeable instructor will                 Book: None
guide you through the development of a résumé that               Instructor: Badgett
will help you get the attention of employers. Cover let-
ters and reference lists will be created as time allows.         Pre-Teller	Certification
Bring your experience and education history and
reference contact information.                                   Pre-Teller Certification is designed to assist individu-
Course	Code: HRD3001 04U                                         als who would like to enter the banking industry. This
Date: June 10, Wed, 1p-4p                                        class will provide entry-level skill awareness and
Location: JCC/Elsee                                              development, computer skills training, baking termi-
Room: 115                                                        nology, customer service skills, career exploration,
Registration: $50 @ 3 hours                                      employment document creation and job seeking and
Book: None                                                       keeping strategies. If you are interested in a career in
Instructor: Dickinson                                            banking, this class is the place to start!

Course	Code: HRD3001 05U                                         Course	Code: HRD3004 01U
Date: July 8, Wed, 1p-4p                                         Date: June 1-July 27, Monday, 6:30p-9:30p
Location: JCC/Elsee                                              Location: PSCB
Room: 115                                                        Room: J1210
Registration: $50 @ 3 hours                                      Registration: $55 @ 30 hours
Book: None                                                       Book: None
Instructor: Dickinson                                            Instructor: Barbee

Course	Code: HRD3001 06U                                         Pathways	to	Healthcare	in
Date: Aug 12, Wed, 1p-4p                                         Johnston	County
Location: JCC/Elsee
Room: 115                                                        Are you considering a career in healthcare but not
Registration: $50 @ 3 hours                                      sure what your options are in this area? Join this class
Book: None                                                       to explore the different careers involved with the
Instructor: Dickinson                                            healthcare industry. Learn what types of healthcare
                                                                 environments exist in Johnston and surrounding
Step	Up	to	a	New	Career!                                         counties, understand the education, experience, and
                                                                 employment requirements for securing these jobs, and
Do you want a new career but don’t know where to                 discuss the successes and challenges of working in the
begin? This class will prepare you for your job search.          field with local health care professionals.
It will help you brush up on your computer skills,
create all the documents you need for your search                Course	Code: HRD3004 02U
and even help you prepare for assessment tests that              Date: June 8-July 1, Mon. & Wed, 6:00p-9:00p
might come your way. You will assess your personal               Location: WFDC
strengths for that next job and investigate careers that         Room: 1031
may be right for you. This class is perfect for indi-            Registration: $55 @24 hours
viduals that are finishing school and ready for the job          Book: None
market and for displaced workers that need guidance              Instructor: Barnes
as they look for that next career. Don’t let this oppor-
tunity pass you by!                                              Teaching	Opportunities
Course	Code: HRD3001 07U                                         The Human Resources Development program is
Date: June 23-June 25, T,W,TH, 8a-4:00p                          always seeking qualified instructors to teach. Exper-
Location: JCC/Elsee                                              tise is needed in science, math, résumé development,
Room: 115                                                        interview preparation and career assessment. If inter-
Registration: $55 @ 24 hours                                     ested, contact Letitia Rawlinson at (919) 209-2592.
Book: None
Instructor: Badgett

Course	Code: HRD3001 08U
Date: July 27-July 29, M,T,W, 8a-4:00p

4                         Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                     www.johnstoncc.edu
Professional	Development	Courses	                                                               SUMMER	2009

BIOPHARMA	EDUCATION                                             Full	Program
                                                                Course	Code: ISC-3200-01U
Information	Schedule                                            Date: May 26 – Aug 11, MTW 8am – 12noon
                                                                Location: Workforce Development Center
JCC has scheduled information sessions for anyone
                                                                Room: 2002
interested in the BioPharma Education Courses,
                                                                Cost: $65 + textbook (approximately $100)
including the BioWork Certificate Program, the
                                                                Lead	Instructor: Darryl Heuser
Advanced Bioprocessing Certificate Program, the
Aseptic Training Certificate Program, the Pathways to
                                                                Course	Code: ISC-3200-02U
BioWork Program, and also the Associate in Biopro-
                                                                Date: May 26 – Aug 11, MTW 1pm – 5pm
cess Technology Degree Program. The sessions are
                                                                Location: Workforce Development Center
held at 1:00pm and again at 6:00pm on the dates listed
                                                                Room: 2002
below. The sessions are free to attend, but registration
                                                                Cost: $65 + textbook (approximately $100)
is required. Please call Leslie Isenhour at 919-209-
                                                                Lead	Instructor: Brian MacDonald
2593 if you are interested in attending.

                        May	4                                   Course	Code: ISC-3200-03U
                        June	1                                  Date: May 26 – Aug 11, MTW 6pm – 10pm
                        July	6                                  Location: Workforce Development Center
                      August	3                                  Room: 2002
                     September	7                                Cost: $65 + textbook (approximately $100)
                      October	5                                 Lead	Instructor: Marilyn Davenport
                     November	2
                     December	7                                 Individual	BioWork	Unit	Classes	(Level	I)
BioWork	Certificate	Program	(Level	I)                           BioWork Individual Units are offered periodically
                                                                throughout the year in order for students to com-
Students who complete this 136-hour BioWork Cer-                plete their certificate. The following units have been
tificate course will gain the basic skills and general          scheduled for the summer session. Other units may be
knowledge needed for entry-level process technicians            offered during the year on an as needed basis. Please
in Bioprocessing, Pharmaceutical, and Chemical                  call Leslie Isenhour @ 919-209-2593 for all offerings.
Manufacturing, as well as, participate in the Human
Resource Development aspect of the course. The                  BioWork	Unit	2	–	Working	Safely
course includes nine (9) modules such as Quality,               Course	Code: ISC-3200-04U
Measurements, Transforming Matter, Growing Liv-                 Date: Jun 8, M 8am – 12pm
ing Cells, Safety, Sterile Processes, Process Control,          Location: Workforce Development Center
and Nuts and Bolts. There are exams at the end of               Room: 2011
each module. Additionally, this course will cover all           Cost: $50 (no textbook required)
aspects of the job search in the Biotechnology arena,           Instructor: Marilyn Davenport
including a job market overview, job search tools
and strategies, resume preparation, and interviewing            BioWork	Unit	3	–	Building	Quality	Into	The	
practice. Computer literacy, teamwork, time manage-             Product	
ment, and problem solving are also incorporated in              Course	Code: ISC-3200-05U
the course. To gain admission to the BioWork course,            Date: Jun 9, T 8am – 12pm, 1pm – 5pm
each student must show proficiency in reading and               Location: Workforce Development Center
math skills, as indicated by the Accuplacer assessment          Room: 2011
test. In addition, interested students must attend one          Cost: $50 (no textbook required)
of the regularly scheduled Information Sessions at the          Instructor: Marilyn Davenport
Workforce Development Center. Please call Leslie
Isenhour at 919-209-2593 with any questions. The                BioWork	Unit	4	–	Measuring	Process	Variables	
course has limited space.                                       Course	Code: ISC-3200-06U
                                                                Date: Jun 15 and 16, MT 8am – 12pm, 1pm – 5pm &
                                                                Jun 17, W 8am – 12pm
                                                                Location: Workforce Development Center
                                                                Room: 2011
                                                                Cost: $55 (no textbook required)
                                                                Instructor: Marilyn Davenport


                         Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,              5
                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                    www.johnstoncc.edu
Professional	Development	Courses	                                                               SUMMER	2009
Pathways	to	BioWork                                             LICENSING	PROGRAMS
This 72-hour Pre-BioWork course focuses on the
basic skills and general knowledge needed to enter              NEW	in	SUMMER	2009!	
the BioWork Certificate Program. It will work in the            Flagger	Training	4	Hour	Course	
areas of Biomathematics, Reading and Science for the
industry, career exploration and job preparation. To            Controlling traffic through work areas is one of the
gain admission to the course, each student must have            most important – and dangerous- operations in con-
reading and math skills at the 7th grade level or higher        struction maintenance. This course is a comprehen-
as indicated by an assessment test.                             sive skill-building session that meets federal industry
Course	Code: HRD-3004-20U                                       guidelines: the Manual on Uniform Traffic control
Date: Jun 2 – Aug 19, TW 6pm – 9pm                              Devices guidelines and the ANSI standard ISEA-107-
Location: Workforce Development Center                          1999. The Office of Highway Safety, the Federal High-
Room: 1033                                                      way Administration and several state Departments
Cost: $60 (no textbook required)                                of Transportation have reviewed this program. This
Instructor: Rita Dickinson/Alan Gruver                          course also complies with the North Carolina Depart-
                                                                ment of Transportation requirements.
Pharmacy	Assistant
                                                                This course is a must for the novice construction
This certification course covers an overview of work-           work zone flaggers in both one-and-two-person
ing in a pharmacy environment. The coursework                   flagging operations. Experienced flaggers can
includes understanding the pharmacy team, knowing               attend this course as a refresher. Pre-registration is
your essential skills and responsibilities as a pharmacy        required. Contact Jackie Seare at 209-2595 for more
assistant, understanding pharmacology basics, learn-            information.
ing about generic, trade, and chemical names of drugs
commonly prescribed, understanding and filling the              Course	Code: SEF 3001 88U
prescription, managing inventory, and understanding             Date: August 6, TH 5:30p-9:30p
potential safety hazards when working with medicine.            Location: Workforce Development Center
Class includes a rotation at a local pharmacy. Phar-            Room: 1034B              Instructor: Ron Ritter
macy Assistant Certificate awarded upon completion.             Registration: $65        Book: none

Course	Code: PHM-3250-401U                                      Notary	Public
Date: Jun 1 – Jul 8, MW, 6pm – 9pm
Location: Workforce Development Center                          This six hour class is required for people wishing to
Room: 2014                                                      apply through the NC Secretary of State’s Office to
Cost: $60 + Assisting in the Pharmacy                           become commissioned. Books must be purchased
(Approximately $40)                                             prior to class from the college bookstore. A minimum
Lead	Instructor: Spirit Holt                                    of 8 and a maximum of 28 students will be accepted.
                                                                Participants must present a valid picture ID prior to
                                                                entering class. Attendees must have at least a GED or
                                                                Diploma in order to obtain a Notary commission.

                                                                Due	to	mandated	course	hour	requirements,	
                                                                participants	arriving	20	minutes	late	will	NOT	be	
                                                                permitted	into	the	class.	Textbook:	Notary	Public	
                                                                Guidebook	for	North	Carolina,	Tenth	Edition,	
                                                                2006,	ISBN	Number	978-1-56011-480-2
                                                                (Prepaid registration and book are required)

                                                                Course	Code: MLS 3874 82U
                                                                Date: June 1 & 2, M, T 6p-9p
                                                                Location: Workforce Development Center
                                                                Room: 2024B               Instructor: Shirley Dupree
                                                                Registration: $50.00      Book: $24.02




6                        Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                    www.johnstoncc.edu
Professional	Development	Courses	                                                               SUMMER	2009
Course	Code: MLS 3874 84U                                       NOTE: North Carolina State Board of Cosmetic Art
Date:, June 6, S 9a-4p                                          requires cosmetologist to complete 24 hours of contin-
Location: Workforce Development Center                          ued education prior to license renewal. Contact Jackie
Room: 2024B             Instructor: Valerie Pack                Seare at 209-2595 for additional information.
Registration: $50.00    Book: $24.02
                                                                Course	Code: SEF 3001 92U
Course	Code: MLS 3874 87U                                       Date: May 18, M, 8:30a – 12:30p
Date: June 18, TH, 8a-3p                                        Location: Workforce Development Center
Location: Workforce Development Center                          Room: 1032                Instructor: Tammy Hetzel
Room: 1032               Instructor: Robert Thomas              Registration: $50         Book: none
Registration: $50.00     Book: $24.02
                                                                Highlighting	with	Browns,	Reds	and	
Course	Code: MLS 3874 85U                                       Blondes	Part	I	(4	Hours)
Date:, July 20 & July 22, M,W 6p-9p
Location: Cleveland Center                                      This course is designed to assist North Carolina
Room: 008                  Instructor: Valerie Pack             cosmetologists in acquiring the NC State required
Registration: $50.00       Book: $24.02                         Continued Education hours.
Contact Jackie Seare at 209-2595 with questions                 Course	Code: SEF 3001 93U
regarding these classes.                                        Date:,June 15, M, 1:15p – 5:15p
                                                                Location: Workforce Development Center
Cosmetologist	CE	Training                                       Room: 1034A               Instructor: Tammy Hetzel
                                                                Registration: $50         Book: none
Basic	Hair	Color	Theory	(4	Hours)	
                                                                Course	Code: SEF 3001 94U
This course is designed to assist North Carolina                Date: July 13, M, 8:30a – 12:30p
cosmetologists in acquiring the NC State required               Location: Workforce Development Center
Continued Education hours. Class Objective: Upon                Room: 1034A                Instructor: Tammy Hetzel
completion, the stylist will have a strong understand-          Registration: $50          Book: none
ing of color theory and know how to use this knowl-
edge to increase their color business. Topics covered           Highlighting	with	Browns,	Reds	and	
include: gray coverage, removing unwanted tones,                Blondes	Part	II	(4	Hours)
consultation tips as well as how to promote color
services for every client. NOTE: North Carolina                 Course	Code: SEF 3001 95U
State Board of Cosmetic Art requires cosmetologist              Date: May 18, M, 1:15p – 5:15p
to complete 24 hours of continued education prior to            Location: Workforce Development Center
license renewal.                                                Room: 1032                Instructor: Tammy Hetzel
                                                                Registration: $50         Book: none
Course	Code: SEF 3001 91U
Date: June 15, M, 8:30a – 12:30p                                Course	Code: SEF 3001 96U
Location: Workforce Development Center                          Date: July 13, M, 1:15p – 5:15p
Room: 1032                 Instructor: Tammy Hetzel             Location: Workforce Development Center
Registration: $50          Book: none                           Room: 1034A                 Instructor: Tammy Hetzel
                                                                Registration: $50           Book: none
Fearless	Hair	Color	Correction	(4	Hours)
                                                                Advanced	Hair	Color	as	a	Specialty
This course is designed to assist North Carolina
cosmetologists in acquiring the NC State required               How many of you would be interested in becom-
Continued Education hours. Class Objective: Upon                ing a Master hair colorists? How many want to be
completion, the stylist will be able to approach any            recognized in your salon & community for your hair
hair color correction situation with an easy step-by-           coloring skills? Would you be interested in becom-
step process. Topics covered include: removal of ash            ing listed among the best hair colorists in the country
tones, neutralizing brassiness, removal of artificial           and have clients seek you out for your services? If you
dark tones, as well as easy steps to tint-back blonde           are interested then you maybe a candidate to become
hair to brunette.                                               board certified by the American Board of Certified
                                                                Hair Colorists or at least have the knowledge to be the
                                                                BEST YOU CAN BE!!!

                         Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,               7
                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                    www.johnstoncc.edu
Professional	Development	Courses	                                                                SUMMER	2009
This course has been designed to assist North Caro-              About	the	Instructor:
lina Cosmetologists in acquiring the requirements                Judi Troutman is the owner of Troutman Beauty
for continued education hours. Upon completion of                Affaire located in Raleigh, NC. She has worked in
the course, you will have a strong understanding of              the cosmetology field for over 35 years. Judi is an
the curriculum of “The American Board of Certified               accomplished professional leader in the industry. She
Haircolorists”. This course will give you the founda-            is a Board Certified Haircolorist with the American
tion and sound knowledge to help you in solving hair             Board of Certified Haircolorists. She is an instructor,
color problems. It will give you the vocabulary to               Educator and Mentor licensed to offer Cosmetology
dazzle your clients and help you become the hair color           Certification for CEU’s. She is a member of NHCA,
expert you always wanted to be. Classes	do	not	need	             NCA of NC and CEC of NC. She was inducted into
                                                                 the Hall of Fame in 1999.
to	be	taken	in	sequence. Contact Jackie Seare at 209-
2595 for more information.
                                                                 Real	Estate	Post	Licensing	
Day	1:	(8	CE	Hours)
Upon completion of Day 1, stylists will have an in-
                                                                 Broker	Relationships	and	Responsibilities
depth knowledge of hair color chemistry.                         This course is one of the three 30 hour courses
-Topics that will be covered include: Over - highlight-          designed to assist the provisional broker to meet the
ing, color build- up, how porosity affects hair color            90 hour post-licensing education requirement set by
results, what’s in a bottle of hair color, how does              the NC Real Estate Commission.
H2O2 and alkali work in depositing hair color, the               (Prepaid registration is required.) Book	(North	Caro-
importance of the consultation, how to make rec-                 lina	Real	Estate	Manual	2008-2009	edition)	can	be	
ommendations, dealing with clients fears, handling               purchased	through	the	North	Carolina	Real	Estate	
unreasonable clients, hair color correction techniques,          Commission	at	http://www.ncrec.state.nc.us/
solving many hair color problems such as over-light-
ened hair, color build up, color removal problems, and           Course	Code: RLS 3704 90U
when to say no.                                                  Date: PART I: May 28-31, Th 6p.-10p; Fri. 6p-10p;
                                                                      S 9a -12:30p; Sun 9a-12:30p.
Contact Jackie Seare at 209-2595 for additional                       PART 2: June 4 -7, Th 6p-10p; Fri. 6p-10p;
information.                                                          S 9a- 12:30p; Sun 9a-12:30p.
Course	Code: SEF 3001 80U                                        Location: Workforce Development Center
Date:, July 19, Su 8:00a – 5:00p                                 Room: 1034B               Registration: $50
Location: Workforce Development Center                           Book: North Carolina Real Estate Manual
Room: 1032                  Registration: $99                    2008-2009 Edition
Materials: $45 ABCH Practice Mannequin                           Instructor: Ginger Britt
(www.haircolorist.com)
Instructor: Judi Troutman                                        Contracts	and	Closings	
Day	2:	(8	CE	Hours)                                              This course is one of the three 30 hour courses
Upon completion of Day 2, Stylists will have the prac-           designed to assist the provisional broker to meet the
tical application of color as designed by the ABCH               90 hour post-licensing education requirement set by
national guidelines.                                             the NC Real Estate Commission.
-Stylists will be working on mannequins. The tech-               (Prepaid registration is required.) Book	(North	Caro-
niques are, weave /slice, highlight retouch, gray reduc-         lina	Real	Estate	Manual	2008-2009	edition)	can	be	
tion, tone on tone, reverse highlight, high-low lighting         purchased	through	the	North	Carolina	Real	Estate	
and bleach retouch. The stylist will learn the proper            Commission	at	http://www.ncrec.state.nc.us/
mixing of product, the necessary tools needed to be
                                                                 Course	Code: RLS 3704 91U
best hair colorist they can be. The stylists will prepare
                                                                 Date: PART I: July 24-26, Fri. 6p-10p; S 9a-4:30p;
the hair swatches for different effects and color devel-              Sun 1p-5p
opment. The stylist will know how to maintain clients                 PART 2: August 7-9, Fri. 6p-10p; S 9a-4:30p;
for a lifetime.                                                       Sun 1p-5p
                                                                 Location: Workforce Development Center
Course	Code: SEF 3001 81U                                        Room: 1034B               Registration: $50
Date: August 3, M 8:00a – 5:00p                                  Book: North Carolina Real Estate Manual
Location: Workforce Development Center                           2008-2009 Edition
Room: 1032                Registration: $99                      Instructor: Ginger Britt
Materials: $45 ABCH Practice Mannequin
(www.haircolorist.com)                                           Please contact Jackie Seare at 209-2595 with questions
Instructor: Judi Troutman                                        regarding these courses.

8                         Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                     www.johnstoncc.edu
Professional	Development	Courses	                                                               SUMMER	2009
Electrical	License	CEUs	                                        SUPERVISION	SERIES
These courses are for individuals holding up to Stan-
dard level II – Intermediate, Limited, SP-SFD, and
                                                                NEW	in	SUMMER	2009!
any SP-Restricted Classification electrical licenses.           The	Successful	New	Supervisor	Series
Effective July 1, 2008, all persons seeking to renew
license qualifications must have a minimum of one-              New supervisors have unique needs because transi-
half the continuing education hours taken in a class-           tioning into management requires that they master
room environment. For further information contact               a unique set of skills and competencies in a short
Jackie Seare at 209-2595.                                       amount of time. This 12-hour series of workshops
                                                                provides new supervisors with the skills necessary
Course	Code: ELC 3016 01U                                       to increase their effectiveness quickly. Series topics
Date: June 6, S 9a-1p                                           include: the role of the supervisor, communications
 Location: Workforce Development Center                         (including verbal, written, email and voicemail),
Room: 1032                                                      performance management, coaching, and compliance/
Registration: $50                                               legal issues. Lecture, demonstration, role play and
Book: None                                                      practical applications are the instructional methods
Instructor: Wayne Giles                                         used in this course. Classes	do	not	need	to	be	taken	
                                                                in	sequence.	
Course	Code: ELC 3016 02U
Date: June 27, S 9a-1p                                          Attend one or more sessions for a one time fee of only.
 Location: Workforce Development Center                         $55. (Pre-registration is required.) Contact Jackie Seare
Room: 1032                                                      at 209-2595 with any questions about this new series.
Registration: $50
Book: None                                                      Course	Code: MLS 3807 01U
Instructor: Wayne Giles                                         Date: May 21 – June 11, TH 6p-9p
                                                                Location: Workforce Development Center
                                                                Room: 1032       Instructor: TBA
Residential	/General	Contractors	License	                       Registration: $55.00     Book: None
Would you like to be your own boss and build homes?
This class prepares students to sit for the residential         The	Role	of	the	Supervisor	
and or general contractor’s licensing exam. Empha-
sis will be placed on types of questions found on the           The role of the 21st century supervisor demands skills
exam. (Prepaid Registration is required.)                       in the areas of planning, organizing, staffing, leading,
                                                                negotiating, coaching, project management, and much,
Course	Code: CAR 3118 90U                                       much more. This class will examine all of these roles,
Date: June 5 - 7                                                including how to avoid making the mistakes that most
Friday 6p-10p, Saturday 8a-4p, Sunday 1p-5p                     supervisors make in their new roles.
Location: Workforce Development Center
Room: 1034A                                                     Date: May 21, TH 6-9pm
Registration: $55                                               Location: Workforce Development Center
Book: TBA                                                       Room: 1032
Instructor: Claude Canipe
                                                                Communications	Toolbox	
Please contact Jackie Seare at 209-2595 with questions
regarding these courses.                                        How do you communicate with a culturally diverse
                                                                workforce? Use the communication tools from this
                                                                course to build relationships and enhance your influ-
                                                                ence. You will examine communication challenges,
                                                                (angry E-mails and difficult conversations), Commu-
                                                                nication strategies for writing E-mails and other cor-
                                                                respondence, Conducting conversations by phone, in
                                                                person and in business meetings. You will also learn
                                                                how to give positive and corrective feedback.

                                                                Date: May 28, TH 6-9pm
                                                                Location: Workforce Development Center
                                                                Room: 1032

                         Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,                  9
                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
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Professional	Development	Courses	                                                               SUMMER	2009
Performance	Management	&	Coaching	                              Stress	Solutions	for	Women	
How do you set performance expectations? How do                 Learn how coping strategies can reduce your stress
you measure performance? How do you give correc-                level and prevent burn out.
tive feedback to a low performing employee? What
steps do you take once you’ve identified a perfor-              Date: July 9, 12-2pm
mance problem/ How can you reward employees                     Location: Workforce Development Center
when there’s no money in the budget? How can you                Room: 1032
coach staff and motivate your team? These questions
and more will be addressed in this series.                      Managing	Multiple	Projects	and	Priorities	
Date: June 4, TH 6-9pm                                          In this class you will learn how to prevent bottlenecks,
Location: Workforce Development Center                          streamline your workday and resolve scheduling
Room: 1032                                                      conflicts. You’ll learn how to distinguish between
                                                                important vs urgent priorities, identify shortcuts and
Managing	Compliance	and	Legal	Issues	                           eliminate time wasting activities.
in	the	Workplace	
                                                                Date: July 16, 12-2pm
This course will address questions such as: What is             Location: Workforce Development Center
compliance? How do new supervisors know if they                 Room: Room 1032
are out of compliance? What legal issues in the work-
place should a new supervisor be concerned about?               Women’s	Health	Issues	
Why is documentation important?
                                                                Women are talking about breast cancer, fibromyalgia,
Date: June 11, TH 6-9pm                                         PMS, pregnancy, stress, weight loss, doctor appoint-
Location: Workforce Development Center                          ments, parenting, and never having enough time to
Room: 1032                                                      take care of themselves! In this class a health profes-
                                                                sional will give you some tips on how to find time to
                                                                take care of YOU.
NEW	in	SUMMER	2009!
                                                                Date: July 23, 12-2pm
                                                                Location: Workforce Development Center
Women	In	Action	Series	                                         Room: 1032
BRING YOUR LUNCH and enjoy a series designed
for women of all occupations who are seeking to                 Maintaining	Work/Life	Balance	
increase their ability to achieve and succeed. This
series is designed to give you the tools you need to            If work consumes you and destroys your personal
“get it all done” in today’s hurry-up, produce-more-            life, you could be a workaholic but is that the way
with-less business environment. You will learn how to           you want to live the rest of your life . Working hard is
minimize high stress levels that leave you irritable and        great, but you need to be able to turn if off and savor
exhausted, how to manage multiple priorities. You’ll            the other parts of your life -- friends, family, hobbies,
discuss women’s health issues and how to maintain a             and fun. In this class you will learn 5 tips for creating
healthy work/life balance for yourself and your family.         a better work/life balance.

Attend one or more sessions for a one time fee of only          Date: July 30, 12-2pm
$50.00. Pre-registration is required. Contact Jackie            Location: Workforce Development Center
Seare at 209-2595 for additional information.                   Room: Room 1032

Course	Code: MLS 3012 01U
Date: July 9- July 30, TH 12 -2pm
Location: Workforce Development Center
Room: 1032




10                       Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                    www.johnstoncc.edu
Professional	Development	Courses	                                                               SUMMER	2009

CAREER	TRAINING                                                 Introduction	to	Programmable
                                                                Logic	Control	(PLC’s)
Refresher	Training	for	Truck	Drivers
                                                                This introductory course provides instruction in the
This 40 hour course is a refresher for former truck             following areas: automatic control systems, control
drivers wanting to re-enter the workforce. The course           devices, PC hardware and ladder logic, special com-
includes review of Federal Regulations required for             puters, number systems, and PLC troubleshooting.
entry level drivers, pre-trip inspections, backing              Students will demonstrate the ability to write, modify,
maneuvers, and highway driving. Participants must               and implement a typical PLC program. If you have
hold a current Class-A CDL, with no restriction for             questions regarding this program, call Jackie Seare at
air-brakes, and a valid DOT medical card. A pre-                209-2595. (Prepaid registration is required).
enrollment drug screen is required as well as a 3-year
MVR with no conviction in the past 2 years for DUI,             Course	Code: ELN 3104 90U
careless and reckless, hit and run, or refusal to take          Date: May 18-July 27 M, W 6-9
a chemical test. you	must	pre-register	at	least	one	            Location: JCC/Britt Bldg
week	prior	to	the	beginning	of	class. For more infor-           Room: H103
mation please contact Joy Callahan at 919-209-2027.             Registration: $55
                                                                Book: Text and Lab Manual
Course	Code: SEF 3001 70U                                       Instructor: Mike Angyal
Date: June 22 - 25 7:00am – 6:00pm
Location: JCC/TDT Building
Room: 110                                                       NEW	in	SUMMER	2009!
Registration: $500.00                                           Small	Engine	and	Equipment	Repair
Book: none
Instructor – Ron Nichols                                        Save time and money by learning to service, trou-
                                                                bleshoot and repair 2 and 4 cycle engines such as
Course	Code: SEF 3001 71U                                       lawnmowers, weed eaters and chain saws. Students
Date: July 27 - 30 7:00am – 6:00pm                              should bring their own tools and be prepared to
Location: JCC/TDT Building                                      transport their equipment to and from class each
Room: 110                                                       week. PLEASE DO NOT BRING YOUR EQUIP-
Registration: $500.00                                           MENT TO CLASS ON THE FIRST NIGHT.
Book: none                                                      Contact Jackie Seare at 209-2595 if you have any
Instructor – Ron Nichols                                        questions about this course.

CDL	Test	Preparation	Course                                     Course	Code: AUT 3125 90U
                                                                Date: May 21-July 30, TH, 6p-9p
This 12-hour course is a preparation class for indi-            Location: Britt Bldg.
viduals wanting to take the written tests required to           Room: H113
obtain a CDL Class A or B learner’s permit. The class           Registration: $55
includes instruction and review of General Knowl-               Book: none
edge, Air Brakes, and Combination Vehicle sections              Instructor: John Bain
of the North Carolina Commercial Driver’s Manual.
Participant must be at least 18 years old, be able to           Welding
read, write, and speak English at a level well enough
to benefit from the course, and provide proof of iden-          This course will teach basic welding skills. The
tity as required by Section 1.4 of the Driver’s Manual.         course includes the following topics: welding and
Participant must bring current copy of the Driver’s             cutting metal with oxyacetylene equipment, stick
Manual (available from DMV office) to class.                    welding equipment, interpreting blueprints, welding
                                                                metals with shielded metal arc equipment and under-
Course	Code: TRA 3605 01U                                       standing shop safety. Lecture, demonstration and
Date: June 3 and 4; 8:00am – 3:00pm                             practical applications are the instructional methods
Location: Workforce Development Center                          used in this course.
Room: 2020
Registration: $55.00                                            Course	Code: WLD 3106 91U
Book: Driver’s Manual (available from DMV office)               Date: May 28 – August 6, TH 5p-8p
Instructor – Ron Nichols                                        Location: Britt Building, Smithfield Campus
                                                                Room: Britt 108

                         Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,             11
                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
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Professional	Development	Courses	                                                                 SUMMER	2009
Registration: $55                                                 Introduction	to	Residential
Book: none                                                        Construction	Seminar
Instructor: Cedric Artis
                                                                  Have you thought about going into residential con-
Contact Jackie Seare at 209-2595 for additional infor-            struction? Want to contract or build your own house?
mation regarding this course.                                     Learn from the ground up how to build a house. This
                                                                  weekend seminar is designed to give those individu-
Introduction	to	Land	Surveying	                                   als without construction experience who are think-
                                                                  ing about residential construction or building their
This 30 hour class will provide classroom instruction             own house an idea of the scope of the home building
and field experience in making accurate measure-                  project. This class is the place to start if you are inter-
ments, determining levelness or amount of grade,                  ested in becoming a residential contractor. The class
using transits, and reading surveys. Learn to use                 is a great pre-requisite to the Pre-License Residential
the tools of the trade prism pole, plumb bob, bipod,              Contractors Class if you have no experience in home
tripod, level, and read and hold a level rod. Learn to            construction. This is not a pre-licensing class. The
measure things like pipe size, trees, building, houses            class will include working with building inspectors,
and streets. Learn to set up a transit/theodolite, take           county codes, reading blueprints, construction costs,
field notes and basic courthouse and deed research.               and a variety of other useful information.
This class will be suitable for those presently working
as surveyor helpers of those wishing to enter the sur-            Course	Code: CAR 3112 91U
veying profession. (Prepaid registration is required)             Date: May 29-31, Friday 6p-10p, Saturday 8a-4p,
                                                                  Sunday 1p-5p.
Course	Code: SRV 3115 91U                                         Location: Workforce Development Center
Date: June 1-June 30 M,T, 6p-9p                                   Room: 1032
Location: Workforce Development Center                            Registration: $55
Room: 2024A                                                       Book: none
Registration: $55                                                 Instructor: Claude Canipe
Book: none
Instructor: Danny Kimbrell

Contact Jackie Seare at 209-2595 for more
information.

Home	Inspection	
This course is designed to assist applicants for a NC
Home Inspectors License to prepare for the required
written examination. Topics covered include: licens-
ing laws, regulations, professional conduct and ethics,
and report preparation; as well as, interior and exterior
structures, roof structures; and electrical, HVAC, and
plumbing systems. NOTE: The North Carolina Home
Inspector Licensure Board requires individuals to
meet specific experience and/or education require-
ments to be approved to take the Home Inspector
License examination.

Home	Inspection	Exam	Review
Course	Code: CAR 3005 90U
Date:, June 9-July 16, T TH, 6-9
Location: Workforce Development Center
Room: 2014
Registration: $60
Book: $25
Instructor: Claude Canipe


12                         Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                            and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
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Professional	Development	Courses	                                                               SUMMER	2009

CONVERSATIONAL	SPANISH	                                         Spanish	for	Teachers
FOR	BUSINESS                                                    Spanish	for	Teachers	I
                                                                Learn to communicate with the growing Hispanic
Learn to communicate with the growing Hispanic                  population. This class concentrates on conversational
population. This minimal grammar class concentrates             techniques and basic word phrases intended for the
on conversational techniques and basic word phrases.            classroom. Emphasis will be placed on pronunciation
Emphasis will be placed on pronunciation and oral               and oral exercises. (Prepaid Registration is required.)
exercises. Textbooks should be purchased from the
JCC bookstore prior to the first class. A minimum               Course	Code: FLI 3710 20F
of 8 or a maximum of 15 students will be accepted.              Date: Fall 2009
(Prepaid registration is required)                              Location: Elsee
                                                                Room: TBA
Spanish	I                                                       Registration: $55
                                                                Book: Spanish for School Personnel Workbook
                                                                Instructor: Rieger
Course	Code: FLI 3710 01U
Date: June 1- August 3, Mon, 6p-9p                              Spanish	for	Teachers	II	
Location: Cleveland Campus                                      This class is a continuation of Spanish for Teachers I.
Room: 3                                                         The selection of Spanish vocabulary and expressions
Registration: $55                                               focused on, will enhance communication between
Book: $ 24.55, Spanish Now                                      teachers, parents, and students. Participants will learn
Instructor: Maria Hernandez                                     and practice basic greetings, introductions, classroom
                                                                vocabulary, feelings and descriptive vocabulary,
Course	Code: FLI 3710 02U                                       and “survival” vocabulary for parent conferences.
Date: June 4- August 6, Th, 6p-9p                               The participants will practice their new skills with
Location: Workforce Development Center                          partners, in small cooperative groups, and as a class.
Room: 1034A                                                     Spanish for Teachers I is the pre-requisite for this
Registration: $55                                               class. (Prepaid Registration is required.)
Book: $ 24.55, Spanish Now
Instructor: Reggie Matthews                                     Course	Code: FLI 3710 21F
                                                                Date: Fall 2009
                                                                Location: Elsee
Spanish	II	                                                     Room: TBA
                                                                Registration: $55
Conversational Spanish I is a prerequisite for this             Book: Spanish for School Personnel Workbook
class. This class will build on the concepts learned            Instructor: Rieger
in Conversational Spanish I and include basic gram-
mar and writing. A minimum of 8 or a maximum of
15 students will be accepted. (Prepaid Registration is
                                                                Spanish	for	Healthcare
required.)                                                      Learn to communicate with the growing Hispanic
                                                                population. This class concentrates on conversational
Course	Code: FLI 3710 03U                                       techniques and basic word phrases intended for the
Date: June 2- August 4, Tue, 6p-9p                              healthcare environment. Emphasis will be placed on
Location: Cleveland Campus                                      pronunciation and oral exercises. Participants will
Room: 3                                                         learn and practice basic greetings, general administra-
Registration: $55                                               tion questions, requests, and responses, how to obtain
Book: $ 24.55, Spanish Now                                      patient information, and vocabulary for laboratory
Instructor: Maria Hernandez                                     examinations and procedures. The participants will
                                                                practice their new skills with partners, in small coop-
Course	Code: FLI 3710 05U                                       erative groups, and as a class. (Prepaid Registration is
Date: June 1- August 3, Mon, 6p-9p                              required.)
Location: WDC
Room: 1034A                                                     Course	Code: FLI 3710 22U
Registration: $55                                               Date: June 3 - August 5, 2009, W, 6-9 p.m.
Book: $ 24.55, Spanish Now                                      Location: WDC
Instructor: Reggie Matthews                                     Room: 1032
                                                                Registration: $55
                                                                Book: Que le duele?
                                                                Instructor: Reggie Matthews

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                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
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TEACHER	ASSISTANT	/	                                            areas of Reading for Information, Applied Mathemat-
                                                                ics, Locating Information, and Writing. The course
RENEWAL                                                         also includes basic training on the computer. Tuition
                                                                and fee may be waived for individuals who meet the
Teacher	Assistant	Certificate	Program                           following criteria: working and eligible for Federal
                                                                Earned Income Tax Credit, or working and earning
Johnston Community College, in cooperation with the             wages at or below two hundred percent (200%) of the
Johnston County Board of Education, offers a certifi-           federal poverty guidelines.
cate program for those currently employed by JCS and
those who would like to pursue a career as a Teacher            In order to register, students will need to attend a brief
Assistant. Three plans are designed to qualify persons          information session during one of the following times:
to receive this certificate.
                                                                May 4, 2009- 5-6 p.m.,
Plan	A consists of 198 contact hours in specific non-           Workforce Development Center
credit continuing education courses in the area of              May 18, 2009- 5-6 p.m.,
WorkKeys® mathematics/ reading/writing, technol-                Workforce Development Center
ogy/computer courses, conversational Spanish, first
aid and safety, or early childhood development.                 June 8, 2009- 5-6 p.m.,
                                                                Workforce Development Center
Plan	B consists of 18 semester credit hours completed           June 22, 2009- 5-6 p.m.,
in the Associate in Arts or Associate in Sciences               Workforce Development Center
programs.
                                                                Course	Code: HRD 3004 01U
Plan	C consists of 13 semester credit hours completed           Date: June 29- July 16, M-Th, 8:30- 3:30 p.m.
in the Early Childhood Certificate Program.                     Location: Workforce Development Center
                                                                Room: 1031
Upon completion of any of these options, it is the              Registration: $60                   Book: none
responsibility of the teacher assistant to notify the           Instructors: Sullivan-Khouri
Continuing Education Division at Johnston Com-
munity College to receive a certificate verifying their         TA	Training	Level	One	(36	hours):
completion. This certificate may then be taken to the
Personnel Office at the Board of Education for the pay          This class is designed to fulfill the remaining 36 hours
increment to be processed.                                      of the 96 hours of continuing education credits neces-
                                                                sary in order to be “highly qualified” and employable
The following classes are designed to fulfill Plan A            by Johnston County’s Title One schools. This class
requirement of the Johnston County Board of Edu-                focuses on skills needed in the classroom such as
cation for the job of Teacher Assistant. The courses            classroom management, EC issues and laws, disci-
focus on the concepts of becoming an Effective Teach-           pline, and communication.
er’s Aide studying subjects such as classroom man-
agement, discipline, EC issues and laws, computers,             Course	Code: EDU 3010 01U
and more. The classes also teach the skills necessary           Date: July 20- July 30, M-Th, 8:30- 3:30 p.m.
to take the WorkKeys assessment tests of Reading for            Location: Workforce Development Center
Information, Locating Information, Applied Mathe-               Room: 1031
matics, and Writing, and thus receive a North Carolina          Registration: $60                   Book: NA
Career Readiness Certificate. Upon completion of the            Instructor: TBA
96 hours of coursework and the WorkKeys assess-
ments, candidates will be considered “highly quali-
fied” and employable by Johnston County Schools,
                                                                TA	Training/Teacher	Renewal	
and when candidates finish the remaining 102 hours of
                                                                The following classes are designed to partially fulfill
coursework, they are eligible for an increase in pay.
                                                                the remaining hours needed to follow Plan A of
                                                                the Teacher Assistant Certificate program or to fill
Pathways	to	Teacher	Assistant	(60	hours):                       Teacher Renewal Credit hours. For more information
                                                                or for dates, please contact Heidi Harris at 209-2594.
This class is designed to fulfill 60 of the 96 hours of
continuing education credits as well as the WorkKeys            Spanish	for	Teachers	I
Skills assessments necessary in order to be “highly             Learn to communicate with the growing Hispanic
qualified” and employable by Johnston County’s Title            population. This class concentrates on conversational
One schools. This class includes a skills review in the

14                       Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                    www.johnstoncc.edu
Professional	Development	Courses	                                                                SUMMER	2009
techniques and basic word phrases intended for the               Course	Code: HRD 3005 01U
classroom. Emphasis will be placed on pronunciation              Date: June 4, 11, 18, 25, Th, 6-9 p.m.
and oral exercises.                                              Location: Workforce Development Center
                                                                 Room: 1031
Course	Code: FLI 3710 20F                                        Registration: $55
Date: Fall 2009                                                  Book: NA
Location: Elsee                                                  Instructor: Harris
Room: TBA
Registration: $55                                                Effective	Teacher	Training	for	Substitutes	
Book: Spanish for School Personnel Workbook                      Would you like to be a substitute in the public schools,
Instructor: Rieger                                               but you’ve never had training? This course provides
                                                                 training in presentation skills, learning expectations,
Spanish	for	Teachers	II	                                         monitoring student interactions, social interactions,
This class is a continuation of Spanish for Teachers I.          and time management. Pre-registration is required.
The selection of Spanish vocabulary and expressions
focused on, will enhance communication between                   Course	Code: EDU 3002 01U
teachers, parents, and students. Participants will learn         Date: June 22- 25, M-Th, 8:30-3:30 p.m.
and practice basic greetings, introductions, classroom           Location: Workforce Development Center
vocabulary, feelings and descriptive vocabulary, and             Room: 1032
“survival” vocabulary for parent conferences. The                Registration: $55
participants will practice their new skills with part-           Book: Effective Teacher Training
ners, in small cooperative groups, and as a class.               Instructor: Sullivan-Khouri

Course	Code: FLI 3710 21F                                        Course	Code: EDU 3002 02U
Date: Fall 2009                                                  Date: July 27-30, M-Th, 8:30-3:30 p.m.
Location: Elsee                                                  Location: Workforce Development Center
Room: TBA                                                        Room: 2012
Registration: $55                                                Registration: $55
Book: Spanish for School Personnel                               Book: Effective Teacher Training
Instructor: Rieger                                               Instructor: TBA

Sign	Language                                                    Summer	Workshop	2009
Learn to communicate with the hearing impaired.                  A 48 hour class designed to fill teacher renewal credit
This introductory class includes basic signs and                 hours or plan A of the Teacher Assistant Certificate
structure of communication between hearing and the               program. This year’s topics include:
hearing impaired. For more information, call Heidi
Harris at 209-2594.                                              Sign Language for Teachers, Williford- July 6-9
                                                                 Tools for a Successful Learning Environment,
Course	Code: COM 3709 01U                                        Shumate- July 13-16
Date: June 2- July 21, T, 6-9 p.m.                               Incorporating JoCo Heritage into the Classroom,
Location: Elsee                                                  Johnson- July 20- 23
Room: TBA                                                        EC in the Classroom, Ivey- July 27-30
Registration: $55
Book: NA                                                         Course	Code: EDU 3001 01U
Instructor: Williford                                            Date: July 6-30, M-Th, 9am-12pm
                                                                 Location: Workforce Development Center
Computer	Skills	for	the	Teacher	Assistant                        Room: 1034B
This class is designed to help teacher assistants learn          Registration: $60
the basics of the computer. The class will cover 4 basic         Book: None
areas: basic computer skills, navigation of the internet,        Instructor: Williford, Shumate, Johnson, Ivey
skills for the Windows software environment, and
use of Micro Office software for use in the classroom.
Tuition and fee may be waived for individuals who
meet the following criteria: working and eligible
for Federal Earned Income Tax Credit, or working
and earning wages at or below two hundred percent
(200%) of the federal poverty guidelines.


                          Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,              15
                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                     www.johnstoncc.edu
Professional	Development	Courses	                                                               SUMMER	2009

WORkkEyS®	AND	CAREER	
                                                                Course	Code: HRD 3004 06U
READINESS	CERTIFICATION                                         Date: June 1- August 14, 2009
                                                                Location: online
Workkeys®-		CRC	Test	Prep                                       Room: NA                  Instructor: Harris
                                                                Registration: $60
This class is designed to prepare students to take the          Book: none
WorkKeys® assessments. Each area of concentration
will cover basic subject matter needed to upgrade skill         Course	Code: HRD 3004 07U
level and prepare the student to take the WorkKeys®             Date: July 6- September 25, 2009
exam. A fee is required for the test and is free to             Location: online
qualified participants. Tuition and fee may be waived           Room: NA                 Instructor: Harris
for individuals who meet the following criteria: unem-          Registration: $60
ployed, received notice of pending layoff, working and          Book: none
eligible for Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (FEIT),
or working and earning wages at or below two hun-
dred percent(200%) of the federal poverty guidelines.           What	is	the	CRC?
A minimum of 8 or a maximum of 16 students will be
accepted. (Prepaid registration is required.)                   The Career Readiness Certificate is a portable cre-
                                                                dential that promotes career development and skill
Course	Code: HRD 3004 02U                                       attainment for the individual, and confirms to employ-
Date: May 19, 21, 26, 28, T/Th, 6-9 p.m.                        ers that an individual possesses basic workplace skills
Location: Workforce Development Center                          in reading, applied math, and locating information–
Room: 2020                  Instructor: TBA                     essential skills required by the vast majority of jobs
Registration: $55                                               today.
Book: none
                                                                Career Readiness Certificate Levels and
Course	Code: HRD 3004 03U                                       Employability:
Date: June 9, 11, 16, 18, T/Th, 6-9 p.m.
Location: Workforce Development Center                          Bronze – Core employability skills for approximately
Room: 2020                   Instructor: Barnes                 30% of all jobs
Registration: $55
Book: none                                                      Silver – Core employability skills for approximately
                                                                65% of all jobs
Course	Code: HRD 3004 04U
Date: July 14, 16, 21, 23, T/Th, 6-9 p.m.                       Gold – Core employability skills for approximately
Location: Workforce Development Center                          90% of all jobs
Room: 2020                   Instructor: Barnes
Registration: $55
Book: none

On-line	keyTrain	Classes
KeyTrain classes are offered on-line through Johnston
Community College. To receive username and pass-
word, contact Heidi Harris at 919-209-2594 or send an
email to harrish@johnstoncc.edu. On-line classes will
run for 12 weeks and an unlimited amount of hours. A
new class begins the first week of each month.

Registration	is	going	on	now!

Course	Code: HRD 3004 05U
Date: May 4- July 24, 2009
Location: online
Room: NA                  Instructor: Harris
Registration: $60
Book: none
16                       Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                    www.johnstoncc.edu
Professional	Development	Courses	                                                               SUMMER	2009

SMALL	BUSINESS	SEMINARS                                         Course	Code: SBC 3601 06U
                                                                Date: 6/15/09, Mon. 6-9 pm
Small	Business	Center                                           Location: Workforce Development Center
                                                                Room: 1032                Instructor: Austin
The Small Business Resource Center is located at the            Registration: Free                Book: None
Johnston County Workforce Development Center in
Clayton. The Center’s mission is to support the entre-          Web	to	English	Translation:	Effectively	
preneur in starting a business and to provide assis-            Communicating	with	your	Web	Developer
tance to business owners in being more successful.
The Center does this by offering training, counseling           Does talking to your web developer leave you
and information services to the general public at no            questioning whether they learned English in high
charge. The Small Business Center works with the                school? Are you left unsure of whether the language
local Chambers of Commerce, professional organi-                barrier challenges will eliminate any hope of getting
zations and other governmental agencies to provide              the online image you are hoping for? Get familiar
training at a low or at no cost to the general public.          with some of the common terms and concepts in the
Counseling is by appointment and is provided at no              web design industry. Learn where to find answers
charge by calling 919-209-2015.                                 to become an educated consumer of these services.
                                                                Explore some of the different types of web sites and
Following is a list of seminars of interest to entre-           marketing approaches used online and how these can
preneurs, employees, and those who would like to                be aligned with your business plan.
start a small business. These seminars make up the
Small Business Development Series, designed to                  Course	Code: SBC 3601 10U
instruct the entrepreneur in topics related to operat-          Date: 6/25/09, TH. 6-9 pm
ing a small business. Register for these seminars at            Location: Workforce Dev. Center
http://www.johnstoncc.edu/ConEd/sbc/sbcclass.html               Room: 1032                Instructor: Schmieder
by emailing rsandrews@johnstoncc.edu or by calling              Registration: Free                Book: None
919-209-2015.
                                                                How	to	Write	a	Business	Plan
Small	Business	Center	                                          Fail to plan and you plan to fail. This workshop covers
Evening	Seminars                                                the basics you need to put together a business plan that
                                                                will assist you with start up and funding your business.
10	Steps	to	Starting	your	Own	Business
                                                                Course	Code: SBC 3601 03U
This workshop will give you an overall understand-              Date: 6/29/09, Mon. 6-9 pm
ing of the steps you need to take to make your dream            Location: Workforce Development Center
venture a reality.                                              Room: 1032                Instructor: McLamb
                                                                Registration: Free                Book: None
Course	Code: SBC 3601 01U
Date: 6/1/09, Mon. 6-9 pm                                       Old	Before	Sold?	–	Making	the	Right	Com-
Location: Workforce Dev. Center                                 puter	Purchase	Decisions	for	your	Business
Room: 1032                Instructor: McLamb
Registration: Free                Book: None                    Technology changes quickly and it seems impossible
                                                                to keep up some days. We’ll show you how to balance
Course	Code: SBC 3601 02U                                       your budget needs without buying equipment that
Date: 8/10/09, Mon. 6-9 pm                                      can’t last long enough to meet your business needs.
Location: Cleveland Center                                      Learn basic technology terms and concepts associated
Room: 08                  Instructor: McLamb                    with purchasing computers. Get informed about how
Registration: Free                Book: None                    you can plan for the future while buying for today by
                                                                planning for upgrades rather than replacements during
Employment	Law	for	your	Small	Business                          your 5-year depreciation cycle.

 Do you know the state and federal laws that govern             Course	Code: SBC 3601 11U
your small business? Join an attorney who is an expert          Date: 7/9/09, TH. 6-9 pm
in employment law to learn the laws you need to know            Location: Workforce Dev. Center
about hiring employees for your business. Even if you           Room: 1032               Instructor: Schmieder
are just starting out this seminar will help you get off        Registration: Free               Book: None
to a knowledgeable start!
                         Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,               17
                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                    www.johnstoncc.edu
Professional	Development	Courses	                                                               SUMMER	2009
Basic	Bookkeeping	for	your	Small	Business                       Course	Code: SBC 3601 13U
                                                                Date: 8/6/09, TH. 6-9 pm
Do you know the basic bookkeeping methods needed                Location: Workforce Dev. Center
to run a business? Join this session to learn from an           Room: 1032               Instructor: Schmieder
expert what it takes to effectively manage the finances         Registration: Free       Book: None
of your business.

Course	Code: SBC 3601 04U                                       Small	Business	Center	Day	Seminars
Date: 7/13/09, Mon. 6-9 pm
Location: Workforce Development Center                          Time	Management	for	Champions
Room: 1032                Instructor: McLamb                    Mike Collins, Presenter
Registration: Free        Book: None
                                                                Do you have enough time? Would you like to get a
Do	More	with	Less:	Improving	your	                              grip on where your time goes, how to get more done
                                                                in the time you have and STILL HAVE TIME FOR
Efficiency	with	Computer	Shortcuts                              YOURSELF!? Attending “Time	Management	for	
                                                                Champions” can show you how to get the most out of
Ever wonder how some people get so much done on a
                                                                your time. The program can show you how to better
computer while others seem to endlessly hunt for the
                                                                handle the tasks, people and stuff in life that effect
right menu, toolbar button, or key on the keyboard?
                                                                your time. What would be a perfect workday for you?
Become one of the tech-savvy individuals who let the
                                                                Can you describe it?
computer improve their efficiency and speed up their
work. You will learn keyboard shortcuts, multiple
methods for navigating Microsoft Windows and                    The program will include:
Microsoft Office applications, and simple configu-               • Understanding how much time you really have
ration and process changes that can make your life               • Planning on purpose and planning with a purpose
with a computer much more rewarding. The time you                • Setting and tracking priorities: Are you trying to
spend in this seminar will come back to you time and                do too much?
again in savings later. Don’t miss these tips!!                  • Timelines and deadlines: How to do three things
                                                                    at once
Course	Code: SBC 3601 12U                                        • What to do in times of crisis and conflict
Date: 7/23/09, TH. 6-9 pm                                        • How to handle the information avalanche
Location: Workforce Dev. Center                                  • Getting it done and having a life.
Room: 1032                Instructor: Schmieder
Registration: Free        Book: None                            Course	Code: SBC 3601 07U
                                                                Date: 6/10/09, Wed. 11am-2 pm
Advertising	and	Marketing                                       Location: Workforce Development Center
                                                                Room: 1032       Instructor: Perfect Workday Co.
Develop a marketing plan for your business that works           Registration: Free (You are welcome to bring your
and does not break the bank doing so. Learn steps and           lunch.)
tips to successful marketing.                                   Book: None
Course	Code: SBC 3601 05U                                       Making	Performance	Appraisals	
Date: 7/27/09, Mon. 6-9 pm
Location: Workforce Development Center                          More	Effective
Room: 1032                Instructor: McLamb
Registration: Free        Book: None                            Are you responsible for conducting performance
                                                                appraisals on those you supervise? Would you like to
                                                                provide more useful feedback to your employees and
Cookies	and	Trojans	and	Worms,	Oh	My!–	                         create a performance appraisal that can be a plan of
keeping	your	Computer	Safe	and	Clean                            growth for your staff? Join this session to learn tips
                                                                for creating and delivering effective performance
Is your computer running slower than it used to? Are            appraisals, a process that starts at the date of hire!
you getting strange errors and warnings from the
programs you use? Are you afraid to go online? Do               Course	Code: SBC 3601 14U
you just want it to work? Learn what things you can             Date: 6/17/09, Wed 1-4 pm
do to protect your computer from malicious attack,              Location: Workforce Development Center
what things you do daily that can slow down a com-              Room: 2014                Instructor: Shumate
puter, and how you can keep your machine properly               Registration: Free        Book: None
maintained and protected with little to no technical
knowledge.

18                       Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                    www.johnstoncc.edu
Professional	Development	Courses	                                                                SUMMER	2009
Business	Success	in	Tough	Times
Dan Blankenship, SBTDC, NCSU                                     2. Get state license information and federal referrals.
                                                                    For help visit www.nccommerce.com/servicenter/
What are the secrets of business success in an eco-                 blio or call 800-228-8443, NC Business Service
nomic downturn? How do business owners stabilize                    Center or 800-688-9889, Federal Information Center
their businesses during tough times and hold their                  Also visit www.dor.state.nc.us or call 919-733-
own? Attend this seminar to learn how to prepare                    4626, NC Department of Revenue
for and even grow your business when the economic
climate is stormy. Presented jointly by the Small                3. Check on local license and zoning.
Business Center Network of the North Carolina                       For help visit http://www.co.johnston.nc.us and
Community College System and the UNC System’s                       also http://www.co.johnston.nc.us/mainpage.
Small Business & Technology Development Centers.                    cfm?category_level_id=933&content_id=3169
A variety of resources and the opportunity for free              4. File your business structure and/or register your
business counseling will be made available to semi-                 business name. For help visit www.sosnc.com
nar participants.                                                   County register of deeds – 919-989-5160
                                                                 5. Open a bank account.
Course	Code: SBC 3601 09U
Date: 6/23/09, Tues. 10am-12 pm                                  6. Apply for licenses and permits.
Location: Workforce Development Center                           7. Hold a grand opening.
Room: 1034B               Instructor: Blankenship
Registration: Free        Book: None                             8. Make a PROFIT!!!!!

Why	Do	People	Act	Crazy	at	Work?                                 Weblinks	for	Business	Development:
Mike Collins, Presenter
                                                                 NC Small Business Technology and Development Center
Do you believe that some people act crazy at work?               http://www.sbtdc.org/
Absolutely! A variety of stressors in today’s work-
place combine to create more difficult people. In this           SBTDC Start-Up Business & Resource Guide
session you will learn:                                          http://www.sbtdc.org/pdf/startup.pdf

                                                                 Capital Opportunities for Small Business
• The four reasons why more people are crazy at work             http://www.sbtdc.org/publications/cap_opps.asp
• Who are the crazy people at work and how to deal
  with them                                                      NC Department of Commerce Business ServiCenter
• How to make difficult people more accountable                  http://www.nccommerce.com/en/BusinessServices/
• Who are “problem” people and who are simply                    StartYourBusiness/
  annoying
• Why you can’t tell someone they have a “bad                    Business Link NC
  attitude”                                                      http://www.blnc.gov/
• Why it comes down to how they work and how
  you work                                                       Johnston Community College Small Business Center
• How to keep crazy people from making you crazy                 http://www.johnstoncc.edu/ConEd/sbc/sbc.html

Course	Code: SBC 3601 08U                                        NC Small Business Center Network
Date: 8/12/09, Wed. 11am-2 pm                                    http://www.sbcn.nc.gov/
Location: Workforce Development Center
Room: 1032       Instructor: Perfect Workday Co.
Registration: Free (You are welcome to bring your
lunch.)
Book: None

Starting	a	Business?
1. Write a business plan and decide upon a business
   structure. For help visit http://www.johnstoncc.
   edu/ConEd/sbc/sbc/html Or call 919-209-2015,
   JCC Small Business Center. Also visit http://www.
   sbaonline.sba.gov or call 800-827-5722, SBA.

                          Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,                19
                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                     www.johnstoncc.edu
Professional	Development	Courses	                                                                 SUMMER	2009

INDUSTRy	SERVICES                                                 Safety

Lean/Six	Sigma                                                    All	Safety	Classes	can	be	offered	in	English	or	
                                                                  Spanish
Introduction	to	Lean	Principles
                                                                  10-Hour	OSHA	Awareness	Seminar
This seminar introduces the participants to the build-
ing blocks of a Lean Program. A simulation lets them              Is your job site in compliance? Make sure it is with
see the results achieved as the principles are applied.           this OSHA sanctioned course that will give your
                                                                  employees compliance essentials relevant to their job.
This flexible program can be offered in several
formats:                                                          Topics Include:
• A two hour session geared to introduce Lean prin-               • Inspections, Citations & Penalties
   ciples to your workforce                                       • Material Handling
• A four hour session geared for first line supervision           • Electrical & Welding
   that includes a financial analysis of the simulation           • Means of Egress
• A seven hour session geared for management that                 • Walking & Working Surfaces
   includes implementation guidelines and pitfalls.               • Hazardous Materials
                                                                  • Personal Protective Equipment
                                                                  • Machine Safeguarding
Six	Sigma	Training                                                • Hazard Communication
                                                                  • And Much More!
Six Sigma is widely regarded as the most powerful
management tool-kit for process improvements avail-               Participants who complete this course will receive the
able. In call centers, financial institutions, hotel chains       OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Card certifying they
and hospitals as well as manufacturing operations,                have received the training OSHA requires. Please call
Six Sigma has become both the language of business                Paul Finks 209-2082 for more information.
problem solving and the standard of measure for world
class quality.
                                                                  OSHA	Recordkeeping	
Training	Options:                                                 This 3 hour presentation is an in-depth discussion of
                                                                  OSHA’s recordkeeping rule. It will include a detailed
“6	Sigma	White	Belt” - This three hour awareness                  look at the OSHA 300, 300a and 301 logs. This semi-
program acquaints participants with the DMAIC                     nar is intended for individuals that require a thorough
process and how it is integrated into the company                 understanding of OSHA recordkeeping regulations.
continuous improvement processes. The course is
designed for all levels of employees.                             Bloodborne	Pathogens
“6	Sigma	yellow	Belt” - This 16 hour program                      Workers in many different occupations are at risk of
explores the DMAIC process in depth. Participants                 exposure to bloodborne pathogens, including Hepatitis
use a case study to move through the process as well              B, Hepatitis C, and HIV/AIDS. First aid team mem-
as hands on experience in using many of the key 6                 bers, housekeeping and maintenance personnel are
Sigma tools. The course is designed for those who                 examples of workers who may be at risk of exposure
will serve on 6 Sigma project teams and is available in           in some environments. This 2 hour seminar will cover
classroom or blended learning format.                             these risks and the steps that OSHA requires you to
                                                                  take to prevent them.
“6	Sigma	Green	Belt” - This 40 hour certification
program provides the participants with a full under-              Safety	in	the	Workplace	
standing of the DMAIC process and the selection and
use of key Statistical tools used to solve problems. The          This 4 hour course is designed to provide training in
Blended learning program combines on-line study,                  safe work practices. Employees and employers will
classroom work and a real project to develop the 6                learn good, safe work practices to avoid accidents and
Sigma skills in the participant. It is cost and                   how to prevent potential risks or hazards in the work-
time efficient. The time structure of the program is              place. Course topics will also include OSHA safety
designed around your company needs.                               requirements.

                                                                  For all your industry training needs, call Paul Finks
                                                                  at 209-2082

20                         Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                            and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                      www.johnstoncc.edu
Professional	Development	Courses	                                                               SUMMER	2009

COMPUTER	TECHNOLOGy                                             Windows	XP	&	keyboarding	(33	hrs)
                                                                In this course, students that have some basic knowl-
         SUMMER 2009 Schedule                                   edge of the computer but have never had formal
                                                                training will gain the most important feature of using
Computer Applications and Distance Learning
                                                                a computer—the file management system. This course
   Director: Paula Parrish (919) 209-2108                       will cover this and many other features of the com-
                                                                puter system as well as learning how to type with
        Computer	Campus	Locations:                              speed and accuracy.
    **Please note that the computer schedule is
           arranged by LOCATION**                               Course	Code: CAS 3120 03U
                                                                Date: May 27 – July 1, Mon. & Wed. 1-4:00 pm
                                                                Location: JCC/Elsee
JCC/	Elsee	Building	(Smithfield)	-	located	on	245	              Room: 110        Instructor: A. Penny
College	Road	in	Smithfield.	Rooms 107, 110, 164,                Registration: $64 (includes $4 tech fee)
and 166- Phone: (919) 209-2522                                  Book: approx. $32 -ISBN: 0-07-829795-8
WDC	–	Workforce	Development	Center	located	on	
                                                                Windows	XP	&	Vista	(18	hrs)
135	Bestwood	Dr.	in	Clayton	Rooms 1033 & 2012-
Phone: (919) 209-2591                                           The best of both worlds! Students will learn the mas-
Benson	Center	–	located	on	314		South	Lee	Street	               tery of basic computer skills using the old operating
in	Benson	also	known	as	the	old	Middle	School                   system (XP) and learning the new operating system
Room 205 – Phone: (919) 209-2108                                (Vista). If you are transitioning to the new Vista, this
                                                                class will teach the differences in locating information
kenly	Center	–	located	on	408	South	College	                    on your computer to get you up to speed quickly and
Avenue	in	kenly.	Room 003 – Phone: (919) 209-2108               efficiently.
Cleveland	Campus	–	located	on	9046	Cleveland	
Road	off	of	Hwy	1010.	Room 004 – Phone: (919)                   Course	Code: CAS 3120 04U
989-2128                                                        Date: July 13 – July 29, Mon. & Wed, 1-4:00 pm
                                                                Location: JCC/Elsee
                                                                Room: 110         Instructor: A. Penny
                                                                Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
     Location:	JCC/Elsee	Building                               Book: approx. $25 -ISBN: 13: 978-1-59136-141-1

Computer	Initiation	(30	hours):	                                Microsoft	Office	Applications	Mini	
                                                                Course(24	hrs)
Computer Initiation is a slow-paced computer course
for the very beginner that has never turned a com-              Grasp the most important features of using Word,
puter on or has very minimal experience. This course            Excel, and PowerPoint. This mini course will give
is taught by a patient and caring instructor who will           you the tools you need to get started in all these
guide you completely through this course stress free!           applications.
This course is for the newcomer’s to the computer
world from using the mouse to learning how to surf              Course	Code: CAS 3120 05U
the Internet and send email. By the end of this course,         Date: June 1- June 11, M-T-W-Th., 9a – 12 noon
students will not be afraid of the computer and learn           Location: JCC/Elsee
how to navigate the computer to expedite the learning           Room: 110        Instructor: P. Wissinger
process for other computer programs for employment              Registration: $58 (includes $3 tech fee)
opportunities.                                                  Book: Not required.
Course	Code: CAS 3120 01U
Date: June 1 – Aug. 3, Mon. 6-9:00 pm                           Computer	Café	(18	hrs)
Location: JCC/Elsee
Room: 107 Instructor: B. Harris                                 This course is for students who would like an over-
Registration: $58 (includes $3 tech fee)                        view of basic computing techniques and major
Book: Not required.                                             applications. It is designed to provide the student with
                                                                a thorough overview of new software purchases as
                                                                well as to increase the knowledge of existing soft-
                                                                ware. Major topics covered include: Basic Hardware,

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                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
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Windows XP, Internet techniques, Word, Excel, and               Office	Computer	Operations	Specialist	
QuickBooks. Also discussed will be PowerPoint,                  (140	hrs)
Access, Quicken, and TurboTax.
                                                                This certificate	program offers Word, Excel, Pow-
Course	Code: CAS 3120 06U                                       erPoint, QuickBooks and Access. Each course is 28
Date: May 26 – June 30, T., 6p – 9 p                            hours and will be completed in 10 weeks. All books
Location: JCC/Elsee                                             are available for free use in the classroom. Basic com-
Room: 110       Instructor: J. Foushee                          puter skills are required before enrolling in this class.
Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
Book: Not required.                                             Course	Code: OSC 3603 01U
                                                                Registration Fee: $70 (includes $5 tech fee)
Computer	Intermediate	and	Email	(27hrs)                         Location: JCC/Elsee, Room 164
(Basic	Computer	skills	are	required)                            Instructor: Christy Chrisp

Computer	Intermediate	is	an	excellent	course	to	                Word	2003
follow	after	the	Computer	Introduction	course.                  Date: June 1 – June 11, M-T-W-Th, 6-9:30 pm
Participants learn about CD’s, CD-R and CD-RW,
how to burn CDs, DVD’s and downloading video,                   Excel	2003
installing software, downloading from the Internet,             Date: June 15 – June 25, M-T-W-Th, 6-9:30 pm
Scanning, downloading photos to the PC from a
digital camera, hardware components, and backing                **BREAk	(	June	29	–	July	2)
up files. Computer Maintenance will teach you how
to perform maintenance on your computer such as                 PowerPoint	2003
deleting temporary files, emptying the recycle bin,             Date: July 6 – July 16, M-T-W-Th, 6-9:30 pm
running defragmenter, overcoming computer freezes,
opening the computer to replace or upgrade computer
                                                                QuickBooks	2007
parts, basic troubleshooting and internet security for
                                                                Date: July 20 – July 30, M-T-W-Th, 6-9:30 pm
spyware and viruses. This course also covers how to
send and receive email using the outlook program or a
free email service.                                             Access	2003
                                                                Date: Aug. 3- Aug. 13, M-T-W-Th, 6-9:30 pm
Course	Code: CAS 3120 07U
Date: June 17 – Aug. 12, Wed, 9a-12 noon                        The course above is considered one course for a one-
Location: JCC/Elsee                                             time fee of $70. You only register and pay once and
Room: 110        Instructor: M. Neiverth                        you must enter all classes to receive this certificate
Registration: $58 (includes $3 tech fee)                        of completion. Books are available for free use in the
Book: Not required.                                             classroom. These books or similar books are available
                                                                for purchase in the bookstore if you choose. A certifi-
                                                                cate of completion will be granted for 140 hours upon
Desktop	Publishing	(DTP)	(35	hrs)                               completion of 80% attendance and exams.
Expand the creativity in the workplace by enhanc-
ing the various publications of your job. This course           Basic	AutoCAD	2006:	(30	hrs)
will teach students how to become creative utilizing
specific programs such as Publisher, PowerPoint,                This course is designed to introduce the students to
Photoshop, Word, and Adobe Acrobat.                             obtaining a working knowledge of AutoCAD 2006.
                                                                Topics include how to create new drawings, display
Course	Code: CAS 3060 01U                                       commands, and learn coordinates and basic drawing
Date: June 3 – Aug. 12, Wed., 6-9:30 pm                         commands. By the end of this course, students should
Location: JCC/Elsee                                             be able to produce and plot a CAD drawing. No class
Room: 110        Instructor: A. Penny                           on June 6th.
Registration: $64 (includes $4 tech fee)
Book: Not Required. No class 7/8/09                             Course	Code: DFT 3100 01U
                                                                Date: June 1- Aug. 10, Mon. 6-9 pm
                                                                Location: JCC/Elsee
                                                                Room: 110         Instructor: A. Penny
                                                                Registration: $58 (includes $3 tech fee)
                                                                Book: approx. $80-ISBN: 0-13-171388-4
                                                                No class July 6th

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Computer	Technology–Workshops	                                  to extremely complex and all done with ease. Excel is
                                                                widely used by most businesses and often is a require-
At	JCC                                                          ment of employment. This program is also useful in
                                                                creating budgets, financial planning, and much more.
QuickBooks	Pro	2007	2Day(14	hrs)
                                                                Course	Code: CAS 3050 02U
In this 2 day course, students learn to navigate                Date: May 7 & May 14, Th, 8:30a-3:30p
through this complete computerized accounting sys-              Location: JCC/Elsee
tem for home and business. This accelerated course              Room: 164       Instructor: M. Neiverth
includes all the features of QuickBooks software                Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
features including creating a company, working with             Book: ISBN Excel: 13 978-1-4239-1811-0
lists, bank accounts, sales, and invoices, and paying
bills, etc. Basic computer skills are required.                 Course	Code: CAS 3050 03U
                                                                Date: June 11 & 18, Th, 8:30a-4:00p
Course	Code: CAS 3080 02U                                       Location: JCC/Elsee
Date: May 26 & 28,T/Th, 8:30a-4:00p                             Room: 164        Instructor: S. Sweeting
Location: JCC/Elsee                                             Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
Room: 164       Instructor: C. King                             Book: ISBN Excel: 13 978-1-4239-1811-0
Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
Book: ISBN: 1-4239-5893-4                                       Transitioning	from	XP	to	Vista	(12	hrs)
Course	Code: CAS 3080 03U                                       The best of both worlds! Students will learn the mas-
Date: Aug. 11 & 13,T/Th, 8:30a-4:00p                            tery of basic computer skills using the old operating
Location: JCC/Elsee                                             system (XP) and learning the new operating system
Room: 164       Instructor: S. Sweeting                         (Vista). If you are transitioning to the new Vista, this
Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)                        class will teach the differences in locating information
Book: ISBN: 1-4239-5893-4                                       on your computer to get you up to speed quickly and
                                                                efficiently.
Basic	Excel	2003	–	2	Day	(12	hrs)
                                                                Course	Code: CAS 3120 24U
This course teaches the basic functions and features            Date: June 23 & 25, T/Th, 8:30a-4:00p
of Excel 2003. Students will learn how to enter and             Location: JCC/Elsee
edit data, labels, and formulas, work with functions,           Room: 164        Instructor: S. Sweeting
format cells, print worksheets, create charts, and save         Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
a workbook as a web page. This textbook also pro-               Book: ISBN: 13:978-1-59136-218-0
vides instructor reinforcement with the CBT program
provided.                                                       Course	Code: CAS 3120 25U
                                                                Date: May 4 & 5, M/T, 8:30a-4:00p
Course	Code: CAS 3050 01U                                       Location: JCC/Elsee
Date: June 2 & 4, T/Th., 8:30a-4:00p                            Room: 164        Instructor: S. Sweeting
Location: JCC/Elsee                                             Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
Room: 164         Instructor: S. Sweeting                       Book: ISBN: 13:978-1-59136-218-0
Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
Book: approx. $25 ISBN: 1-4188-8933-4                           Course	Code: CAS 3120 27U
                                                                Date: May 11 & 12, M/T, 8:30a-4:00p
                                                                Location: JCC/Elsee
Basic	Microsoft	Excel	2007	–	2	Day	(12	hrs)                     Room: 164        Instructor: S. Sweeting
                                                                Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
If you work with numbers, you need to know Excel.               Book: ISBN: 13: 978-1-59136-141-1
Discover how to quickly and efficiently set up fully
formatted worksheets by creating formulas and func-             Course	Code: CAS 3120 18U
tions to make your task work. Charts will also be               Date: July 7 & 9, T/Th, 8:30a-4:00p
introduced to emphasize your spreadsheets instead of            Location: JCC/Elsee
just numbers. You will learn that Excel is primarily            Room: 164         Instructor: S. Sweeting
used to manipulate numeric data, see how data can               Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
easily be updated, added, or deleted and any changes            Book: ISBN: 13: 978-1-59136-141-1
immediately propagate throughout the entire work-
sheet. See how calculations can vary from very simple

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Basic	Word	2003	–	2	Day	(12	hrs)                                Course	Code: CAS 3060 02U
                                                                Date: June 10 & 17, Wed., 8 :30a-4 :00 p
This ILT Series course teaches students the funda-              Location: JCC/Elsee
mentals of using Word 2003. Students will learn how             Room: 164        Instructor: S. Sweeting
to create, open, format, save, and print a document.            Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
Course activities also cover basic editing techniques,          Book: Not required.
selection techniques, how to copy and move text, and
how to format characters and paragraphs. Students               Course	Code: CAS 3060 03U
also learn how to create tables, add headers and foot-          Date: July 15 & 22, Wed., 8 :30a-4 :00 p
ers, control page layout, and use the proofing tools.           Location: JCC/Elsee
Finally, students save a Word document as an HTML               Room: 164        Instructor: S. Sweeting
file, insert hyperlinks, and send documents via e-mail.         Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
                                                                Book: Not required.
Course	Code: OSC 3643 02U
Date: July 28 & 30, T/Th., 8:30a-4:00p                          Transitioning	to	Office	2007	(14	hrs)
Location: JCC/Elsee
Room: 164        Instructor: S. Sweeting                        This course covers key differences between Office
Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)                        2007 and earlier versions of Office. The most obvi-
Book: approx. $25 ISBN: 1-4188-8954-7                           ous change, the new interface, is presented first so
                                                                students become accustomed to the Ribbon, Quick
Microsoft	Outlook:	E-mail	(12	hrs)                              Access toolbar, Office menu, and other aspects of
                                                                the improved workflow. This is followed by cover-
Take advantage of the communication management                  age of the new file format, based on XML and ZIP
power of Outlook 2003. With Outlook’s enhanced                  open standards, with an emphasis on backward and
rules and new anti-spam features, you can filter out            forward compatibility with previous version of Office.
the junk and keep the good stuff. And you can orga-             Knowledge of Microsoft Office 2003 helpful but not
nize your messages in ways that make sense to you               required.
without having to copy or move them. You’ll learn
how to use the new information views in Outlook                 Course	Code: CAS 3120 26U
2003 to work with the Calendar and Contact features.            Date: May 6 & 8, Wed/Fri, 8 :30a-4 :00p
                                                                Location: JCC/Elsee
Course	Code: CAS 3120 19U                                       Room: 164        Instructor: S. Sweeting
Date: July 14 & 16, T/Th, 8:30a-4:00p                           Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
Location: JCC/Elsee                                             Book: 13: 978-1-59136-184-8
Room: 164        Instructor: S. Sweeting
Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)                        Course	Code: CAS 3120 28U
Book: ISBN: 1-4188-8942-3                                       Date: May 18 & 19, Mon. /Tue., 8 :30a-4 :00p
                                                                Location: JCC/Elsee
Course	Code: CAS 3120 20U                                       Room: 164        Instructor: S. Sweeting
Date: Aug. 4 & 6, T/Th, 8:30a-4:00p                             Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
Location: JCC/Elsee                                             Book: 13: 978-1-59136-184-8
Room: 164       Instructor: S. Sweeting
Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)                        Course	Code: CAS 3120 21U
Book: ISBN: 1-4188-8942-3                                       Date: June 1 & 3, Mon./Wed, 8 :30a-4 :00p
                                                                Location: JCC/Elsee
Photoshop	Elements	Editing	(14	hrs)                             Room: 164         Instructor: S. Sweeting
                                                                Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
Learn to edit and correct digital images or old pho-            Book: 13: 978-1-59136-184-8
tographs by learning to repair deficiencies and bring
out the best in photo editing. Using the Photoshop              Course	Code: CAS 3120 22U
Elements 6.0 software, learn how to crop, edit, resize,         Date: June 22 & 24, Mon. /Wed., 8 :30a-4 :00p
adjust color and contrast, cloning to remove unwanted           Location: JCC/Elsee
items, printing and emailing photos and more. Pre-              Room: 164        Instructor: S. Sweeting
requisites include basic computer skills.                       Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
                                                                Book: 13: 978-1-59136-184-8




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                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
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Computer	Technology–	I.T.	Academy	                               Room: 107          Instructor: A. Penny
                                                                 Registration: $70 (includes $5 tech fee)
Certifications                                                   Book: approx. $85 ISBN: 0-07-2263113
                                                                 No class on 7/2, 7/7, & 7/9
PC	Troubleshooting	(36	hrs)
                                                                 Security+:	(44	hrs)
Students will learn how to keep PCs running at their
full potential, keep the hard drive cleaned of unnec-            You will learn about the technologies used and
essary files, diagnose and repair common problems,               principles involved in creating a secure computer
keep windows updated to avoid security problems,                 networking environment. You will learn about the
keep PCs from viruses and other malware and how                  authentication, the types of attacks and malicious code
to backup important data. Students will take a look              that may be used against your network, the threats and
inside the PC and learn to identify the major compo-             countermeasures for e-mail, Web applications, remote
nents and perform common upgrades such as add-                   access, and file and print services. A variety of secu-
ing memory or a second hard drive. This course is                rity topologies are discussed as well as technologies
an excellent pre-course to the A+ certification prep             and concepts used for providing secure communica-
courses for entry level computer technician positions.           tions channels, secure internetworking devices, and
                                                                 network medium. Further, you will learn about intru-
Evening	Class                                                    sion detection systems, firewalls, and physical security
Course	Code: ELN 3006 01U                                        concepts. In addition, security policies, disaster recov-
Date: May 20 – Aug. 12, W, 6p-9p                                 ery, and computer forensics are covered. Aside from
Location: JCC/ Elsee                                             learning the technologies involved in security, you
Room: 107        Instructor: D. Brown                            will get to understand the daily tasks involved with
Registration: $64 (includes $4 tech fee)                         managing and troubleshooting those technologies.
Book: not required.
                                                                 Course	Code: CAS 3000 03U
Day	Class                                                        Date: May 21 – Aug.13, Th, 1p – 5pm
Course	Code: ELN 3006 03U                                        Location: JCC/ Elsee
Date: June 2 – Aug. 14, Tue, 1p-5p                               Room: 107        Instructor: A. Penny
Location: JCC/ Elsee                                             Registration: $65 (includes $5 tech fee)
Room: 107        Instructor: A. Penny                            Book: approx. $85
Registration: $64 (includes $4 tech fee)                         ISBN: 978-1-4283-4066-4 (Security+)
Book: not required.
                                                                 Network+	and	Security+:	(102	hrs)
PC	Support	Technician:	A+	(128	hrs)
                                                                 This class combines the CompTIA Security+ and
The CompTIA A+ certification has changed and now                 Network+. The course is designed to cover topics
consists of 4 objectives. This $70 course covers all 4           necessary to build a network from the ground up,
of those objectives:                                             including fundamentals, the OSI model, basic LAN,
                                                                 Ethernet, NIC’s, cabling, Protocols, Network Operat-
•   CompTIA A+ Essentials                                        ing Systems, Remote Connectivity, protecting, and
•   220-602: IT Technician                                       interconnecting other Network Operating Systems,
•   220-603: Remote Support Technician                           and provide the student with a fundamental under-
•   220-604: Depot Technician                                    standing of network security principles and imple-
                                                                 mentation. You will learn about the technologies used
The CompTIA A+ Essentials validates knowledge of                 and principles involved in creating a secure computer
computer hardware and software. IT Technician vali-              networking environment. You will learn about the
dates computer repair issues in conjunction with the             authentication, the types of attacks and malicious code
CompTIA A+ Essentials. The Remote Support Tech-                  that may be used against your network, the threats and
nician validates client interaction, client training, and        countermeasures for e-mail, Web applications, remote
operating system and connectivity issues. The Depot              access, and file and print services. A variety of secu-
Technician validates hardware related activities. The            rity topologies are discussed as well as technologies
CompTIA A+ Essentials and one other objective are                and concepts used for providing secure communica-
required to become A+ certified.                                 tions channels, secure internetworking devices, and
                                                                 network medium. Further, you will learn about intru-
Course	Code: ELN 3006 01F                                        sion detection systems, firewalls, and physical security
Date: June 2 – Sept. 29, T & Th, 6p-10p
Location: JCC/ Elsee

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                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
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concepts. In addition, security policies, disaster recov-        Course	Code: CAS 3120 23U
ery, and computer forensics are covered. Aside from              Date: June 3 – Aug. 5, Wed., 6-9 pm
learning the technologies involved in security, you              Location: WDC, Clayton
will get to understand the daily tasks involved with             Room: 2012         Instructor: D. Stephenson
managing and troubleshooting those technologies.                 Registration: $58 (includes $3 tech fee)
                                                                 Book: approx. $30- ISBN: 978-1-59863-320-7
Course	Code: CAS 3000 02U
Date: June 8 – Sept. 8, M/T, 6p – 10pm                           MS	Excel	2003	(30	hrs)
Location: JCC/ Elsee
Room: A166         Instructor: D. Brown                          This course teaches the basic functions and features
Registration: $70 (includes $5 tech fee)                         of Excel 2003. Students will learn how to enter and
Book: approx. $85 each                                           edit data, labels, and formulas, work with functions,
ISBN: 0-07-225345-2 (Network+)                                   format cells, print worksheets, create charts, and save
ISBN: 978-1-4283-4066-4 (Security+)                              a workbook as a web page. This textbook also pro-
No class on July 6 & 7                                           vides instructor reinforcement with the CBT program
No class Sept. 7, 2009                                           provided.

MCSE/MCSA	2003:                                                  Course	Code: CAS 3050 04U
Microsoft	Certification	Prep                                     Date: June 2 – Aug. 4, Tues., 6-9 pm
Microsoft	Certified:	System	Engineer	-	System	                   Location: WDC, Clayton
Administrator	–	(7	Track	Series)                                 Room: 2012         Instructor: D. Stephenson
                                                                 Registration: $58 (includes $3 tech fee)
We are now taking applications for the first two tracks          Book: ISBN: 1-4188-8933-4
of the MCSE/MCSA certification prep to begin in the
Fall. There are seven total tracks and we have com-              Photoshop	Elements	Editing	(33	hrs)
bined every two tracks for the price of $70 plus book
fees. The last track (7) will be offered individually. If        Learn to edit and correct digital images or old pho-
you are interested in starting this certification series,        tographs by learning to repair deficiencies and bring
please contact Derek Brown at (919) 209-2509 or                  out the best in photo editing. Using the Photoshop
dkbrown@johnstoncc.edu                                           Elements 6.0 software, learn how to crop, edit, resize,
                                                                 adjust color and contrast, cloning to remove unwanted
Open	Lab	for	IT	Academy                                          items, printing and emailing photos and more. Basic
                                                                 computer skills required.
Lab A166 will an open lab starting May 21 – Aug. 13
for registered IT Academy students only – beginning              Course	Code: CAS 3060 04U
Monday – Thursday from 1-5 and Wednesdays from                   Date: June 1 – Aug. 10, Mon., 6p-9p p
1-5 and 6-9 p.m. The lab will be closed July 6-9.                Location: WDC, Clayton
                                                                 Room: 2012       Instructor: M. Neiverth
                                                                 Registration: $64 (includes $2 tech fee)
                                                                 Book: 1-59136-076-5
            Location:	WDC	
     (Workforce	Development	Center)                              Computer	Technology	–	Workshops	
                                                                 At	WDC
Windows	VISTA	(30	hrs)                                           The following short-term computer courses will be
                                                                 held at Workforce Development Center from approx.
VISTA is an operating system that is replacing the
                                                                 12-18 hours per workshop with a one hour lunch
highly successful Windows XP computer and is now
                                                                 break. The registration fee is listed for each workshop
the standard when buying a new computer. VISTA
                                                                 and a possible book fee that will be available for pur-
includes greatly enhanced security and is useful in
                                                                 chase in the classroom. Some courses do not require
home environments as well as the most demanding
                                                                 a book fee with handouts provided. Pre-registration
business environments. This system offers some really
                                                                 is required! Call Paula Parrish at (919) 209-2108 to
cool multimedia features including games, movies,
                                                                 register at least 5 days prior to the start date.
DVDs, photos, and more. The file system has changed
as well in locating and managing your files.



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PowerPoint		2003	–	2	Day(12	hrs)                                Course	Code: OSC 3643 04U
                                                                Date: June 16 & 18, T/Th., 8:30a-3:30p
You can excite your co-workers, family, or friends by           Location: WDC, Clayton
obtaining the power to create professional Slide Show           Room: 2012        Instructor: D. Witt
presentations for business plans. Students will build           Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
from scratch or use the wizards to add and format               Book: approx. $25 ISBN: 1-4188-8957-1
text, Insert Word art and clipart, create graphs, change        Basic Word skills are recommended.
color schemes and design backgrounds, animation
and sound.                                                      Adv	Word	2003	-	2	Day(12	hrs)	
Course	Code: CAS 3060 05U                                       This ILT Series course builds on the skills taught in
Date: June 2 & 4, T/Th., 8:30a-3:30p                            Word 2003: Intermediate. In this advanced course,
Location: WDC, Clayton                                          students will learn how to perform a mail merge, cre-
Room: 2012        Instructor: D. Witt                           ate an index, track document changes, create macros,
Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)                        and customize menus and toolbars. Course activi-
Book: approx. $25 ISBN: 1-4188-8948-2                           ties also cover creating, modifying, and protecting
                                                                forms, and working with large documents by creating
Basic	Word	2003	–	2	Day	(12	hrs)                                a master document, table of contents, footnotes, and
                                                                cross-references. The book comes with a companion
This ILT Series course teaches students the funda-              CBT program.
mentals of using Word 2003. Students will learn how
to create, open, format, save, and print a document.            Course	Code: OSC 3643 05U
Course activities also cover basic editing techniques,          Date: July 7 & 9, T/Th., 8:30a-3:30p
selection techniques, how to copy and move text, and            Location: WDC, Clayton
how to format characters and paragraphs. Students               Room: 2012        Instructor: D. Witt
also learn how to create tables, add headers and foot-          Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
ers, control page layout, and use the proofing tools.           Book: approx. $25 ISBN: 1-4188-8960-1
Finally, students save a Word document as an HTML               Intermediate Word skills are recommended.
file, insert hyperlinks, and send documents via e-mail.
                                                                Basic	Excel	2003	–	2	Day	(12	hrs)	
Course	Code: OSC 3643 03U
Date: June 9 & 11, T/Th., 8:30a-3:30p                           This course teaches the basic functions and features
Location: WDC, Clayton                                          of Excel 2003. Students will learn how to enter and
Room: 2012       Instructor: D. Witt                            edit data, labels, and formulas, work with functions,
Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)                        format cells, print worksheets, create charts, and save
Book: approx. $25 ISBN: 1-4188-8954-7                           a workbook as a web page. This textbook also pro-
Basic Computer skills are required.                             vides instructor reinforcement with the CBT program
                                                                provided.
Intermediate	Word	2003	-	2	Day(12	hrs)
                                                                Course	Code: CAS 3050 05U
This course requires the knowledge of basic word                Date: June 4 & 11, Th., 8:30a-3:30p
processing to transmit into the intermediate features           Location: WDC, Clayton
such as working with columns, sections, Table Auto-             Room: 1033       Instructor: M. Neiverth
Format, styles, the Drawing Canvas, and templates.              Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
Course activities also cover importing data from                Book: approx. $25 ISBN: 1-4188-8933-4
Excel, performing calculations on table data, using             Basic Computer skills are required.
the Outline feature, inserting graphics, comparing and
merging documents, and printing labels and enve-                Intermediate	Excel	2003–	2	Day(12	hrs)	
lopes. The manual is designed for quick scanning in
the classroom and filled with interactive exercises that        This course teaches intermediate-level features and
help ensure student success. The book comes with a              functions of Excel 2003. Students will learn how
companion CBT program.                                          to work with large worksheets, use 3-D formulas,
                                                                customize toolbar’s and menus, apply special cell for-
                                                                matting, sort and filter lists, create combination charts
                                                                and trendlines, use Excel’s auditing features, and work
                                                                with templates. This textbook also provides instructor
                                                                reinforcement with the CBT program provided.

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                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
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Professional	Development	Courses	                                                                SUMMER	2009
Course	Code: CAS 3050 06U                                        Course	Code: CAS 3120 08U
Date: June 18 & 25, Th., 8:30a-3:30p                             Date: June 8 – July 27, Mon. 6-9:00 pm
Location: WDC, Clayton                                           Location: Benson Center
Room: 1033         Instructor: M. Neiverth                       Room: 205 Instructor: J. Johnson
Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)                         Registration: $58 (includes $3 tech fee)
Book: approx. $25 ISBN: 1-4188-8936-9                            Book: No Book Required
Basic Excel skills are recommended.
                                                                 MS	Word	and	keyboarding(15	hrs)
Advanced	Excel	–	2	Day(12	hrs)
                                                                 In this course, students will learn how to use Word
This course teaches advanced-level features and func-            to save you time and even money such as how to cut,
tions of Excel 2003. Students will learn how to create           copy, and paste, undo and redo, and how to create
nested functions, export/import data, perform what-if            those specific items in Word such as business cards,
analyses, use the Goal Seek and Solver utilities, record         flyers, mailers, and much more that would develop or
and run macros, and use SharePoint services.                     improve your skills in the workplace.

Course	Code: CAS 3050 07U                                        Course	Code: OSC 3643 01U
Date: July 9 & 16, Th., 8:30a-3:30p                              Date: June 9 – July 7, Tues. 6p-9 p
Location: WDC, Clayton                                           Location: Benson Center
Room: 1033        Instructor: M. Neiverth                        Room: 003         Instructor: A. Wise
Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)                         Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
Book: approx. $25 ISBN: 1-4188-8939-3                            Book: Not required.
Intermediate Excel skills are recommended.

Basic	Access	–	3	Day	(18	hrs)	                                            Location:	Cleveland	Center
This course is designed to introduce students to the             Windows	Vista	&	keyboarding	(33	hrs)
powerful Microsoft database management system.
Learn to store, search, filter, query, and report data           VISTA is an operating system that is replacing the
for all types of information. Students will learn how            highly successful Windows XP computer and is now
to create tables, define relationships between tables,           the standard when buying a new computer. VISTA
custom data entry forms, queries reports, and much               includes greatly enhanced security and is useful in
more. Basic Computer skills are required.                        home environments as well as the most demanding
                                                                 business environments. This system offers some really
Course	Code: CAS 3070 01U                                        cool multimedia features including games, movies,
Date: July 23, July 30 & Aug. 6, W., 8:30a-3:30p                 DVDs, photos, and more. The file system has changed
Location: WDC, Clayton                                           as well in locating your and managing your files. Stu-
Room: 1033        Instructor: M. Neiverth                        dents will also learn how to properly type using the
Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)                         computer keyboard. A goal of 25 wpm is encouraged
Book: ISBN Access: Access: 0-07-829785-0                         by the end of the class.

         Location:	Benson	Center                                 Course	Code: CAS 3120 09U
                                                                 Date: June 1 – Aug. 10, Mon. 6-9:00 pm
                                                                 Location: Cleveland Campus
Computer	Initiation	(24	hours):                                  Room: 004        Instructor: K. Taylor
                                                                 Registration: $64 (includes $4 tech fee)
Computer Initiation is a slow-paced computer course
                                                                 Book: approx. $32 –ISBN : 978-1-59863-320-7
for the very beginner that has never turned a com-
puter on or has very minimal experience. This course
is taught by a patient and caring instructor who will            Intro	to	PC	Maintenance	and
guide you completely through this course stress free!            Repair	(30	hrs)
This course is for the newcomer’s to the computer
world from using the mouse to learning how to surf               Students will learn how to keep PCs running at their
the Internet and send email. By the end of this course,          full potential, keep the hard drive cleaned of unnec-
students will not be afraid of the computer and learn            essary files, diagnose and repair common problems,
how to navigate the computer to expedite the learning            keep windows updated to avoid security problems,
process for other computer programs for employment               keep PCs from viruses and other malware and how
opportunities.                                                   to backup important data. Students will take a look

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                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
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Professional	Development	Courses	                                                                SUMMER	2009
inside the PC and learn to identify the major compo-             Course	Code: CAS 3120 11U
nents and perform common upgrades such as add-                   Date: July 13 – July 23, M-T-W-Th., 9a – 12 noon
ing memory or a second hard drive. This course is                Location: Cleveland Center
an excellent pre-course to the A+ certification prep             Room: 004         Instructor: P. Wissinger
courses for entry level computer technician positions.           Registration: $58 (includes $3 tech fee)
                                                                 Book: Not required.
Course	Code: ELN 3006 02U
Date: , June 4 – Aug. 13,Th., 6:00- 9 :00: pm                    Course	Code: CAS 3120 12U
Location: Cleveland Center                                       Date: Aug. 3 – Aug. 13, M-T-W-Th., 9a – 12 noon
Room: 004                                                        Location: Cleveland Center
Instructor: K. Taylor                                            Room: 004        Instructor: P. Wissinger
Registration: $58 (includes $3 tech fee)                         Registration: $58 (includes $3 tech fee)
Book: No Book Required                                           Book: Not required.

A	Survey	of	Open	Source	(free)	Software	                         Microsoft	Outlook:	E-mail	(30	hrs)
(9	hrs)
                                                                 Take advantage of the communication management
Students will be given an introduction to the con-               power of Outlook 2003. With Outlook’s enhanced
cepts of Open Source Software—Software which is                  rules and new anti-spam features, you can filter out
available for use free of charge downloaded from the             the junk and keep the good stuff. And you can orga-
Internet. Students will gain hands-on knowledge with             nize your messages in ways that make sense to you
and Open Source operating system (Linux), office                 without having to copy or move them. You’ll learn
productivity suite (Open Office) Internet programs               how to use the new information views in Outlook
(Firefox, Thunderbird), and portable applications                2003 to work with the Calendar and Contact features.
which can be run directly from a USB drive.
                                                                 Course	Code: CAS 3120 17U
Course	Code: CAS 3120 10U                                        Date: June 10 – Aug. 12, W. 6p-9 pm
Date: , June 1 & June 2,M/T., 8:00a- 12 :30p                     Location: Cleveland Campus
Location: Cleveland Center                                       Room: 004        Instructor: P. Jenkins
Room: 004                                                        Registration: $58 (includes $3 tech fee)
Instructor: K. Taylor                                            Book: ISBN: 1-4188-8942-3
Registration: $51 (includes $1 tech fee)
Book: No Book Required
                                                                             Location:	kenly	Center
QuickBooks	Professional	2007	(18	hrs)
Students learn to navigate through this complete                 Computer	Initiation	(30	hours):	
computerized accounting system for your business
                                                                 Computer Initiation is a slow-paced computer course
accounting needs. QuickBooks software features
                                                                 for the very beginner that has never turned a com-
include creating a company, working with lists, bank
                                                                 puter on or has very minimal experience. This course
accounts, sales, invoices, and paying bills.
                                                                 is taught by a patient and caring instructor who will
                                                                 guide you completely through this course stress free!
Course	Code: CAS 3080 01U
                                                                 This course is for the newcomer’s to the computer
Date: , July 7 - Aug. 11,Tues., 6:00- 9 :00: pm
                                                                 world from using the mouse to learning how to surf
Location: Cleveland Center
                                                                 the Internet and send email. By the end of this course,
Room: 004
                                                                 students will not be afraid of the computer and learn
Instructor: J. Foushee
                                                                 how to navigate the computer to expedite the learning
Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)
                                                                 process for other computer programs for employment
Book: No Book Required
                                                                 opportunities.
Microsoft	Office	Applications	                                   Day	Class
MiniCourse(24	hrs)                                               Course	Code: CAS 3120 02U
                                                                 Date: May 28 – Aug. 13, Th., 9a-12 noon
Grasp the most important features of using Word,                 Location: Kenly Center
Excel, and PowerPoint. This mini course will give                Room: 003        Instructor: M. Badgett
you the tools you need to get started in all these               Registration: $58 (includes $3 tech fee)
applications.                                                    Book: Not required

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                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
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Professional	Development	Courses	                                                               SUMMER	2009
Night	Class                                                     Course	Code: CAS 3120 16U
Course	Code: CAS 3120 13U                                       Date: June 3 – Aug. 5, Wed. 6p-9pm
Date: June 2 – Aug. 4 Tues., 6P-9P                              Location: Kenly Center
Location: Kenly Center                                          Room: 003        Instructor: M. Badgett
Room: 003        Instructor: J. Phillips                        Registration: $58 (includes $3 tech fee)
Registration: $58 (includes $3 tech fee)                        Books: approx. $23 each (optional)
Book: Not required                                              Excel – 1-4188-8932-6
                                                                Word – 1-4188-8953-9
Windows	VISTA	(30	hrs)                                          PowerPoint – 1-4188-8946-6
                                                                QuickBooks – 1-4239-5893-4
Windows Vista is a radical departure from the Win-
dows versions of yesteryear. VISTA is an operating
system that is replacing the highly successful Win-             DISTANCE	LEARNING
dows XP computer and is now the standard when buy-
ing a new computer. VISTA includes greatly enhanced             Computer	Technology	–	Individual	
security and is useful in home environments as well
as the most demanding business environments. This               Online	Courses
system offers some really cool multimedia features
including games, movies, DVDs, photos, and more.                Distance	Learning-	$55	each	for	most	
The file system has changed as well in locating files.          classes.	(Six-week	courses)
By the end of this course, students will learn how to
navigate around the Windows Vista operating system.             How	to	get	enrolled	online...	
                                                                Please visit our online instruction center at:
Course	Code: CAS 3120 14U                                       www.ed2go.com/jcc to view a listing of all the online
Date: June 1 – Aug. 10, Mon., 6-9:00 pm                         courses available and to access the online orienta-
Location: Kenly Center                                          tion. There is no obligation to do the orientation;
Room: 003        Instructor: M. Badgett                         however, orientation is mandatory for paid students to
Registration: $58 (includes $3 tech fee)                        be given access to the online course. The orientation
Book: approx. $32 ISBN: 978-1-59863-320-7                       will explain the course requirements and the students
                                                                create their own password. After completing the
Internet	Surfing	and	Email	(18	hrs)                             orientation, the student must print a registration form
                                                                from the college website at http://www.johnstoncc.
Learn how to surf the Internet by using specific re-            edu/ConEd/ce_regform.html Faxed	registrations	
search methods to find exactly what you are looking.            should go to the attention of: Registration at (919)
This course will also teach you how to download and             209-2189. Mailed registrations should be addressed
install programs on the computer as well as how to              to the address at the top of the registration form and
create, send, and handle email messages using free              sent to the ATTN: Derek Brown. Orientation	and	
email software.                                                 Registration	must	be	done	5	days	in	advance	of	the	
                                                                start	date.
Course	Code: CAS 3120 15U
Date: June 25 - July 30, Th. 1p – 4p                            Requirements	for	online	courses
Location: Kenly Center                                          Requirements include Internet access and E-Mail.
Room: 003         Instructor: M. Badgett                        Some courses also require specific software. The
Registration: $57 (includes $2 tech fee)                        registration fee for these courses is $55.00 and there
Book: Not Required.                                             is no book required for most courses. Please read the
                                                                online orientation carefully for that information. Any-
Microsoft	Office	Applications                                   one interested in these courses must PRE-REGISTER
Mini	Course	(30	hrs)                                            by coming by the Continuing Education Office or
                                                                by printing a registration form online and mailing
Grasp the most important features of using Word,                the completed form with payment to the attention of
Excel, PowerPoint, and QuickBooks. This mini                    Derek Brown. Each course requires a MANDATORY
course will give you the tools you need to get started          ONLINE ORIENTATION before or by the designated
in all these applications for any computer-related job          deadline to obtain access to the online course. Each
opportunity. The books are optional but they are of             online course is 24 hours earning 2.4 CEU’s. Upon
great value during and after the course as each book is         completing the online class, each student is required
accompanied by a CBT (computer based training) CD.              to print his/her own completion letter. For informa-
                                                                tion, please call (919) 209-2108.


30                       Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                    www.johnstoncc.edu
Professional	Development	Courses	                                                               SUMMER	2009
Completion	Certificate	Requirements:                            Online	Course	Demonstrations	for	
To receive credit from JCC, students must complete              your	Business
quiz 1 by the 10% point which is the first Friday fol-
lowing your first lesson AND complete the final exam            If your business would like a free one-hour dem-
by passing with 70% or higher. Failure to complete              onstration for the online instruction center and the
both requirements will result in no continuing educa-           enrollment process, please give us a call and make an
tion credit for taking your class.                              appointment. Your business must be set up with Inter-
                                                                net Access. We have over 300 online courses that we
Online	Schedule:                                                would like to share with you and assist you in train-
                                                                ing your employees. Demonstrations are offered on
**Orientation	and	Registration/Payment	must	be	                 Wednesdays and Thursdays only. For more informa-
done	5	Business	days	before	the	class	begins!!                  tion, please call Paula Parrish at (919) 209-2108. Visit
                                                                www.ed2go.com/jcc for your own viewing.
			   Orientation	        Start	Date	        End	Date	
April   4/10/09             4/15/09           5/22/09           Distance	Learning	Lab	for	online	courses
May     5/15/09            5/20/09            6/26/09
June    6/12/09             6/17/09           7/24/09
                                                                During the summer semester, if you don’t have a
July    7/10/09             7/15/09           8/21/09
                                                                computer, printer, or the right software, you can use
August 8/14/09              8/19/09           9/25/09
                                                                the computer lab on campus in room 166 or 110 only
                                                                on Thursday nights from 6p-10p if you are enrolled
Online	Categories:	We	offer	over	300	online	courses!            in an online course. Visit www.ed2go.com/jcc for
Requirements for online courses include Internet con-           courses that state “110-onliner”. The cost is $3 per
nection. Some courses require specific software while           online course that you are enrolled in and this lab will
many do not. Visit the website for more information or          be open from May 21 – August 13, 2009 fro 6-10 p.m.
give us a call.                                                 The lab will be closed July 2nd and 9th. Appointments
                                                                must be made to Derek Brown at (919) 209-2509 to
•   Internet Courses                                            hold your seat.
•   Web Design
•   Web Graphics and Multimedia
•   Web and Computer Programming                                Computer	Technology	–	Online	
•   Basic Computer Literacy                                     Certificate	Programs
•   Computer Applications
•   Desktop Publishing and Imaging                              To enroll in any of the following online certificate
•   Computer Troubleshooting and Networking
•   Computer Programming and Database                           programs, each student must go to www.ed2go.com/
    Management                                                  jcc and click on “Orientation” for the class listed in
•   Digital Photography and Digital Video                       your program. A registration form can be found on
•   Grant Writing and Nonprofit Management                      this website that must be completed and sent in 5 days
•   Business Planning                                           prior to the start date by mail, fax, or walk-in. After
•   Sales and Marketing                                         completing each course in your program, you must
•   Accounting                                                  submit your exam grade and ALL your assignments
•   Business Administration and Management                      throughout your course to pwparrish@johnstoncc.edu
•   Courses for Teaching Professionals                          For more information, please contact Paula Parrish at
•   Law and Legal Careers                                       (919) 209-2108.
•   Health Care, Nutrition, and Fitness
•   Personal Development
•   Child Care and Parenting                                    Webmaster	CP	-	Online	Only
                                                                www.ed2go.com/jcc

          For any questions regarding                           This certificate program ensures that participants
     online computer training, please call                      can design and maintain web pages with HTML and
    Derek Brown at (919) 209-2509 or email                      JavaScript as well as incorporate graphics and layers,
        at:	dkbrown@johnstoncc.edu                              format pages with text, images, links, and tables. This
                                                                certificate is earned by completing the online courses
           	www.ed2go.com/jcc                                   in the list below. Each course is $55 each.




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                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
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Professional	Development	Courses	                                                                SUMMER	2009
1) Creating Web Pages I and II                                   Business	Accounting	CP	-	Online	Only
2) CSS and XHTML                                                 www.ed2go.com/jcc
3) Any Web Programming class of your choice
4) Introduction to Flash or Fireworks                            This certificate program ensures that participants can
5) Dreamweaver                                                   crunch numbers, analyze data, and run a business
6) Designing Effective Websites or ASP.Net                       profession utilizing the following most popular used
                                                                 programs. This certificate is earned by completing
These	courses	must	be	taken	in	order	and	SEVEN	                  the online courses in the list below. Each course is
courses	must	be	completed.	Students	are	required	                $55 each.
to	complete	the	online	exam	with	a	score	of	85%	
and	students	are	expected	to	email	each	of	the	                  1) Introduction to Business Analysis
online	exam	scores	and	all	assignments to                        2) Accounting Fundamentals I
pwparrish@johnstoncc.edu	                                        3) Accounting Fundamentals II
                                                                 4) Introduction to Excel 2003 or 2007
Management	CP	-	Online	Only                                      5) Introduction to QuickBooks 2007
www.ed2go.com/jcc                                                6) Performing Payroll in QuickBooks 2007
                                                                 These	courses	must	be	taken	in	order	and	SIX	
This certificate program is designed for those who               courses	must	be	completed.	Students	are	required	
want to explore or extend their knowledge and effec-             to	complete	the	online	exam	with	a	score	of	85%	
tiveness in a managerial role. This certificate is earned        and	students	are	expected	to	email	each	of	the	
by completing the online courses in the list below:              online	exam	scores	and	all	assignments to
Each course is $55 each.                                         pwparrish@johnstoncc.edu

1) Leadership
2) Fundamentals of Supervision & Management1& II
3) Mastery of Business Fundamentals
4) Mastery of Business Applications
5) Managing Customer Service
6) Keys to Effective Communication

All six courses must be completed in no specific order.
Other recommended courses include:
1) Microsoft PowerPoint
2) Achieving Success with Difficult People
3) Principles of Sales Management

Students	are	required	to	complete	the	online	exam	
with	a	score	of	85%	and	students	are	expected	to	
email	each	of	the	online	exam	scores	and	all	assign-
ments	to	pwparrish@johnstoncc.edu	




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                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
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Health	and	Emergency	Services	                                                                  SUMMER	2009

ALLIED	HEALTH	/	CNA                                             Nurse	Aide	Refresher	Course:
                                                                The 30-hour Nurse Aide Refresher provides review
Nursing	Assistant	I	Certification	Course                        and hands-on skills practice for those students with
                                                                expired nurse aide certifications less than 5 years, and
Nursing Assistant Level I provides basic personal care
                                                                out-of-state nurse aides desiring to be listed on the
training for nurse aides seeking employment in hospi-
                                                                N.C. Nurse Aide Registry. The course is taught during
tals, nursing homes, doctor’s offices and home health
                                                                the day on 3 ½ Saturdays in the Spring/Fall. Require-
agencies. This 160-hour course prepares the nurse
                                                                ments: 1) Copy of driver’s license; 2) Copy of Social
aide to take the Certification Exam given by Pearson-
                                                                Security Card; and 3) Copy of previous Nurse Aide
vue. The class involves classroom, laboratory practice,
                                                                listing or copy of certificate of previous Nurse Aide
and clinical experiences. Classes begin quarterly (Jan/
                                                                Training. This class is not designed to teach the entire
April/Sept). Course times offered are:
                                                                Nurse Aide Level I Course but a review of previously
Days meet M/T/TH (8:30AM-1:00PM) for 3 months.
                                                                learned skills and prepare for the Nurse Aide Certifi-
Days W/F 8:00AM-5:00PM/8:00AM-1:00PM) for 3
                                                                cation Exam. Costs: Tuition $55, Skills Packet approx.
months.
                                                                $10 (JCC Bookstore). Students are to contact Nurse
Evenings (5:30PM-10:00PM) with a few Saturdays
                                                                Aide Coordinator (919) 209-2009 to place your name,
(8:00AM-5:00PM) for 4 months.
                                                                address, and number on the next class waiting list.
Every Saturday/Every other Sunday class
                                                                A registration packet will be mailed to you request-
(8:AM-5:00PM/2:00-6:00PM) for 5 months.
                                                                ing required documents. Classes are taught over four
                                                                Saturdays 8:30AM-5:00PM. Contact Coordinator at
Day classes will last 12 weeks and the Evenings and
                                                                (919) 209-2009 to be placed on waiting list to receive
Weekend classes last 16 weeks. Upon completion of
                                                                packet. Classes will begin in January, Dates TBA and
the class, students will apply to take the State Writ-
                                                                are based needs and waiting list. Out of state Nurse
ten and Hands-On Nurse Aide Competency Exam.
                                                                Aides desiring to only challenge the N.C. Nurse Aide
Upon passing the Exam, the nurse aide will be placed
                                                                Competency Exam should go to website: www.ncnar.
on the N.C. Nurse Aide Registry. Contact Nurse Aide
                                                                org and click on Pearsonvue Testing, then click on
Coordinator at (919) 209-2009 to place your name,
                                                                Nurse Aide Exam for Application, Testing handbook,
address, and phone number on the next available wait-
                                                                Testing sites, and Practice exam.
ing list for the schedule selected. Nurse Aide packets
will be mailed to you prior once a seat is available.
Costs: Tuition: $89, Books: $60, Criminal Background            Nursing	Assistant	IICertification	Course
$5/$25 fee, + uniform. At the completion of the pro-
gram, student will be provided a certificate, a testing         This 160-hour course meets the requirements of the N.
handbook, and an application to mail with a required            C. Board of Nursing for listing on the Nurse Aide II
fee of $92 for the Certification Exam.                          Registry. Students will learn sterile techniques with
                                                                wound care, tracheostomy care, catheter care, diabetic
PRE-REQUISITES : 1) A current CPR card. (Pre-                   testing, oxygen therapy, and nutrition.
register with the Continuing Education Registrar in             Requirements are: 1) Current, active Nurse Aide
the Elsee Building on campus or call (919) 209-2168             Level I listing in North Carolina; 2) a current CPR
about CPR cost and registration requirements. See               card; 3) copy of High School Diploma or GED; and
“Health and Emergency Services” section for further             4) Sign a Consent Form at the time of Orientation/
CPR course description.). 2) Pass Reading Compre-               Registration for Criminal Background cost $5 or $25.
hension Exam. (See Reading Assessment Evaluator                 Clean Record Required. Tuition: $89, Books $65 plus
located in Continuing Education, the Elsee Building,            uniform. Day Class times are 8AM-5:00PM two days
to take the free exam for Nurse Aide (Contact Lanetta           a week Tues/Thurs; Contact Nurse Aide Coordina-
at 209-2054 for Reading Test dates/times). Student              tor (919) 209-2009 to place your name, address, and
must pass with a minimum of an eighth grade reading             number on waiting list for the next available class
level to take the Nurse Aide Course); and 3) Sign a             schedule. A packet will be mailed to you when a seat
Consent Form at time of Orientation/Registration to             is available.
have a Criminal Background performed prior to Clini-
cal Rotation. Students in High School must
complete a Duall Enrollment Form signed by their
principal before registering.




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Health	and	Emergency	Services	                                                                   SUMMER	2009
Medication	Aide	Certification	Course                             Mammography	Certification	Initial	
                                                                 Training
This 24-hour course meets the requirements of the N.
C. Board of Nursing. The course involves class and               This 28-hour program is the Initial Training required
lab practice involving the Five rights of medication             for Radiology Tech desiring to administer Mammo-
Administration, accuracy, infection control, privacy,            grams. Classes are held on campus (one to two times
patient rights, and scope of practice. Upon completion           a year based on need) in the Radiology Department
of the program, students are eligible to make applica-           in the Health Science Building on two consecutive
tion (fee required) to take the Medication Aide Certifi-         Saturdays and Sundays (8:30AM-4:30PM). Upon
cation Exam and be listed on the N. C. Board of Nurs-            completion of the program, students will perform
ing Medication Aide Registry. Students will be able              the required 100 Mammograms with their employer
to administer medications in a Skilled Nursing Home.             required to apply for the Certification Exam. The
(This is not the same a Medication Tech). Classes are            course is approved through the AART.
taught Evenings (Mon/Wed) or (Tues/Thurs) 5:30PM-
9:30PM; also on three Saturdays in August (8:00-                 REQUIREMENTS: 1) Driver’s License; 2) Copy of
5:00PM). Dates TBA. REQUIREMENTS: 1) Copy                        Radiology Training certificate; and 3) Tuition of $55
of High School Diploma or GED; 2) Driver’s License;              with registration form. Purchase Mammography Book
and Social Security Card. Tuition: $55 and Book                  from JCC Bookstore, Continuing Education shelf,
$10 (JCC Bookstore located in the Wilson Building).              or call bookstore for cost at 919- 209-2225. Contact
Contact Nurse Aide Coordinator (919) 209-2009 to                 Coordinator at (919) 209-2009 to place your name,
place name, address, and phone number and schedule               address, and phone number on the next available class
desired on waiting list for the next available class.            list. Student will be mailed a packet for the required
Medication Aide – RN Instructor Course                           documents to register for the class. Dates/times TBA.

This 16-hour course meets the requirements of the N.             Tanning	Bed	Certification
C. Board of Nursing. The class is taught by a certified
Master Medication Aide Instructor. The class is taught           This 8-hour class is required to run your own tan-
on a Thursday/Friday 8:00AM to 4:30PM. Cost:                     ning bed business. A Safety Consultant will provide
Tuition $55. Information for Instructor’s Manual with            the student with the knowledge and training to run a
CD, Student Book, and teaching Tool Box with DVD                 safe and successful tanning salon. Class is held in the
- Contact JCC Bookstore for costs and ordering at                Public Safety Services Building on the college cam-
(919) 209-2225. Contact Nurse Aide/Medication Aide               pus. REQUIREMENTS: 1) copy of driver’s license;
Coordinator at (919) 209-2009 to place your name on              2) Tuition Fee: $50 with registration form. Contact
the next available class list. A registration packet will        Coordinator at (919) 209-2009 for further questions.
be mailed to you requesting required information for
the class.

REQUIREMENTS: 1) Copy of Driver’s License; 2)
Copy of Social Security Card; 3) Completed N. C.
Board of Nursing Application 3) Hold current, active,
unrestricted N.C. RN or compact State License; 2)
Have 2 years current experience with medication
administration. After completion of the course, the
RN must apply to the Board of Nursing with fee for
certification approval as a Medication Aide Instructor.
Renewal is every two years through proof of teach-
ing the medication aide course in the past two years.
Classes are offered twice a year and based on waiting
list need.




34                        Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                     www.johnstoncc.edu
Health	and	Emergency	Services	                                                                  SUMMER	2009

EMS	EDUCATION                                                   Emergency	Medical	Technician-
                                                                Paramedic	(EMT-P)
Medical	Responder	(MR)
                                                                Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic is a year
Medical Responder Initial classes are offered through           long program beginning in January and finishing in
area Fire Dept. and industries on an as needed basis.           December each year. This class is offered on a “shift-
This course meets requirements for the NCOEMS and               friendly” schedule. The student is required to come
upon successful completion of the class, the student is         to class one day per week; on Monday OR Thursday.
eligible to sit for the NC Medical Responder exam.              There are Saturday and Sunday classes each month
                                                                with the exception of January. The student will be
Cost: $60.00                                                    given a syllabus the first day of class to meet week-
Location: TBA                                                   end class scheduling requirements. The weekend
Instructor: TBA                                                 classes are mandatory. This course is accelerated.
Cost	of	Book: TBA                                               EMT Basic’s with at least one year of experience are
                                                                eligible, EMT’s with less experience are considered on
                                                                a case by case basis. This class meets the requirements
Emergency	Medical	Technician	                                   for NCOEMS and National Registry Standards. After
(EMT-Basic)                                                     successful completion of the class, the student is eli-
                                                                gible to sit for the NC EMT-Paramedic examination.
Emergency Medical Technician is offered two times               There are 500 hours of clinical contact hours that must
per year. The class meets every Tuesday and Thurs-              be completed. Successful completion of class offers
day night, with some Saturdays. This course meets               certifications in ACLS, PALS/PEPP, PHTLS and
requirements for the NCOEMS and National Registry               AMLS.
standards. Upon successful completion of the class,
the student is eligible to sit for the NC EMT Basic             Registered Nurse, Respiratory Therapist, or Mili-
examination. 24 hours of clinical is required.                  tary Medic’s may bridge to NC Paramedic through
Classes begin every January and August.                         this program with advanced standing based on prior
                                                                education and work experience. Please contact the
Cost: $65.00                                                    program administrator for details. (919) 209-2135.
Location: JCC, Main Campus, PSSC Building,
EMS Hall                                                        Cost: $65.00 per division (there are three divisions;
Instructors: Timothy Peedin and Lisa Langston                   the student must be affiliated with an EMS, fire or law
Clinical Coordinator: Melissa Newsome                           enforcement agency)
Time: 7:00pm-10:00pm                                            Location: JCC, Main Campus, PSSC Building,
Cost	of	Book: Approx. $150.00 for text and workbook             EMS Hall
(Please check the web site periodically for book                Instructors: Susan Crisp
specifics)                                                      Clinical Coordinator: Melissa Newsome
                                                                Time: Monday or Thursday; 8:30am-5:30pm
Emergency	Medical	Technician-	                                  Cost	of	Book: Approx. $160.00 for text and work-
Intermediate	(EMT-I)                                            book (Please check the web site periodically for book
                                                                specifics)
Next class TBA. The class meets every Monday and                Other books required: ACLS, PEPP/ PALS, PHTLS
Wednesday night, with some weekend classes. This
course meets requirements for the NCOEMS. Upon                  Continuing	Education	for	EMS	Providers
successful completion of the class, the student is eli-
gible to sit for the NCEMT-Intermediate examination.            Continuing Education classes are taught in compli-
48 clinical hours must be completed for this class.             ance with the Johnston County Emergency Services
Classes begin in January and August of each year.               Plan and the North Carolina Office of EMS guide-
                                                                lines for re-credential. Classes are taught at Johnston
Cost: $65.00 (plus you must be affiliated with an               County EMS Squads and Fire Department according
EMS, fire or law enforcement agency)                            to the schedule posted on the EMS Education website.
Location: JCC, Main Campus, PSSC Building,                      www.johnstoncc.edu.
EMS Hall
Time: 7:00pm-10:00pm
Cost	of	Book: Approx. $100.00 for text and workbook
(Please check the web site periodically for book
specifics)


                         Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,              35
                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                    www.johnstoncc.edu
Health	and	Emergency	Services	                                                                  SUMMER	2009
Emergency	Medical	Dispatch                                      Educational	Methodology
40 hour Emergency Telecommunicator Classes are                  Educational Methodology is offered twice per year.
offered at Johnston Community College. Please check             This course meets the established guidelines for DOI
the website for postings.                                       Fire Instructor and NCOEMS Level I and II Instruc-
EMD Continuing Education classes are offered on a               tor. Classes are offered on a shift friendly schedule,
quarterly basis. Please check the website for postings.         8:30- 5:30 twice per week. Attendance of one class per
                                                                week is required.
CPR-Healthcare	Provider
                                                                Instructor	Updates,	Training	Officers,	
Johnston Community College offers CPR at the                    and	Preceptor	Course
Healthcare Provider level, the second and fourth
Saturday of each month. The class covers adult, child,          Continuing Education for credentialed instructors
and infant CPR, choking, AED. This class meets                  is offered periodically with postings to the website;
requirements for EMT’s, EMT-Intermediates, EMT-                 www.johnstoncc.edu; go to continuing education
Paramedics, nurses, MD’s, Physician’s Assistants,               and then to Emergency Medical Services. Instructor
Daycare workers and CNA students and/or nursing or              updates are consistent with NCOEMS requirements.
sonography students.
                                                                Training Officer courses for both BLS level program
The class fills quickly, so pre-registration is a               (fire departments) and ALS level programs (EMS)
requirement. To pre-register for the class, please              through coordination with the EMS Education Direc-
download a registration form from our Website or                tor. Contact Susan Crisp at (919) 209-2135 or
call (919)209-2168.                                             crisps@johnstoncc.edu.

Cost of Class: $50.00. Registration is non-refundable.          Johnston County Preceptor courses are offered peri-
Cost of CPR card: $1.60                                         odically or by request to the Director of EMS Educa-
Class Location: JCC, Main Campus, PSSC Building,                tion at (919) 209-2135, or crisps@johsntoncc.edu
EMS Hall
Time: 8:00am-5:00pm                                             Certified	Intensive	Care	Provider
American	Heart	Association	Classes                              This critical care certification if offered to Paramed-
                                                                ics, Registered Nurses, Physician’s Assistants and
Johnston Community College also offers ACLS,                    Respiratory Therapists with at least one year of
PALS and CPR Instructor courses. For class offering             experience. Johnston Community College is a regis-
information on AHA classes, please check our website            tered site with the Cleveland Clinical EMS Academy.
for listings. www.johnstoncc.edu; go to continuing              Course requirements include and on-line pre-course,
education and then to Emergency Medical Services.               classroom sessions, and 36 hours of clinical in the
                                                                critical care setting. Course completion allows student
Pre-Hospital	Trauma	Life	Support	Classes                        to sit for the FP-C exam. Both ground and air trans-
                                                                port considerations for the critical care environment
Johnston Community College also offers PHTLS,                   are addressed through active participation in lecture
Refresher and Instructor courses. For class offering            and skills based instruction. Course are offered twice
information on PHTLS classes, please check our web-             each year with postings on the website at
site for listings. www.johnstoncc.edu; go to continuing         www.johnstoncc.edu.
education and then to Emergency Medical Services.

National	Registry	Refresher
EMS Education offers continuing education courses
that are consistent with National Registry require-
ments for both National Registry Paramedic recertifi-
cation and exam preparation. These classes are offered
on an annual basis. For class offering information,
please check our website for listing. www.johnstoncc.
edu; go to continuing education and then to Emer-
gency Medical Services.


36                       Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                    www.johnstoncc.edu
Health	and	Emergency	Services	                                                                SUMMER	2009

IN	SERVICE	LAW	ENFORCEMENT                                    FIRE	RESCUE	SERVICES
TO	SEE	A	FULL	LIST	OF	CLASSES	                                • Fire/Rescue training classes are offered during the
PLEASE	GO	TO:	                                                  day and evening on campus and at local fire depart-
http://www.johnstoncc.edu/ConEd/law/law.htm                     ments and resuce squads in Johnston County.

                                                              • Most classes offered are for certification through
Lidar	Operator                                                  the North Carolina Department of Insurance,
                                                                Office of the State Fire Marshal and the North
Date: July 20-21                                                Carolina Fire and Rescue Commission.
Times: 8-5pm
Location: Workforce Development Center                        • Training is available in basic and advanced levels
Clayton/1034A                                                   of firefighting and rescue techniques.
Instructor: Certified Instructors
Tuition: Must be sworn Law Enforcement Officer,               • Pre-registration is required for all classes, and
Bring own manual and car                                        books can be purchased from the Johnston Com-
Minimum of 10                                                   munity College bookstore before classes begin.

Radar	Recertification                                         Note:	Firefighter	I	&	II	classes	will	used	the	Fun-
                                                              damentals	of	Fire	Fighter	Skills,	Second	Edition	
Date: August 3-4
                                                              text,	by	Jones	and	Bartlett	starting	July	of	2009.
Times: 8-5pm
Location: Workforce Development Center
                                                              Fore more information contact Chris Raynor, Direc-
Clyaton/1034A
                                                              tor at 919-209-2081 or Starr Webster, Asst. Director at
Instructor: Certified Instructor
                                                              919-209-2134 or visit our website at www.johnstoncc.
Tuition: Must be sworn Law Enforcement Officer ,
                                                              edu/ConEd/fire/fst.htm
Bring own manual and car
Minimum of 12

Effective	Supervision
Date: August 26-27
Times: 8-5pm
Location: Public Safety Bldg. Rm 1510
Instructor: Certified Instructors
Tuition: Must be sworn Law Enforcement Officer
Minimum of 15

REGISTERING	FOR	CLASSES
you	can	register	on-line	by	completing	the	on-line	
registration	form	at	http://www.johnstoncc.edu/
ConEd/law/law.htm	or	by	emailing	Carla	Roberts	
at	robertscp@johnstoncc.edu.	you	must	include	
your		name,	agency,	course	title/date	and	contact	
phone	number.		If	you	need	further		assistance,	or	
have	questions,	please	call	Carla	Roberts,		In-
Service	LE	Coordinator,	919-209-2514	or	Jason	
Godwin,	BLET	School	Director,	919-209-2203




                       Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,                37
                        and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                  www.johnstoncc.edu
Personal	Enrichment                                                                                  SUMMER 2009

DEFENSIVE	DRIVING	AND	                                           Safety Council’s 4-hour Defensive Driving Course
                                                                 through Johnston Community College. This program
MOTORCyCLE	SAFETy                                                is offered by the Johnston County District Attorney’s
                                                                 Office, Johnston Community College, and the Safety
Courses offered as community services (non self-                 and Health Council of North Carolina.
supporting) are free to senior citizens age 65 and
older. Other students are welcome to apply; however,             Please visit our website at www.johnstoncc.edu (click
the registration fee applies. For senior computer                on continuing education, follow the link to Defensive
classes, ALL students must pay the technology fee                Driving Program, click on the green school for class
regardless of age.                                               schedules or call (919) 209-2213 or (919) 209-2034.
For courses offered on a self-supporting basis, there            Alive	@	25	yellow	School	(SS*)
are no fee exemptions allowed. All class participants
must pay the registration fee. Registration fees vary            If you have been charged with certain traffic viola-
depending upon the cost of the course and a minimum              tions, the Safe Driving Program may minimize or pre-
enrollment of students. *No	refunds	are	permitted	               vent the assessment of insurance points or premium
for	withdrawal	from	self-supporting	courses	unless	              surcharges on your insurance policy and/or points on
the	College	cancels	the	course. Self-supporting                  your driver’s license. You must complete the National
courses are noted with (SS*) beside the class title.             Safety Council’s Alive @ 25 4-hour Defensive Driv-
                                                                 ing Course through Johnston Community College.
A variety of additional classes are offered at the main          This program is offered by the Johnston County Dis-
campus, Cleveland Center, Howell Woods Campus,                   trict Attorney’s Office, Johnston Community College,
and the (Clayton) Workforce Development Center.                  and the Safety and Health Council of North Carolina.
Please call (919) 209-2168, (919) 989-2128, or (919)             You MAY be ELIGIBLE for this program if you are
209-2034 for more information on your favorite                   16-24 years old.
classes!
                                                                 Please visit our website at www.johnstoncc.edu
Please visit our website at www.johnstoncc.edu click             (click on continuing education, follow the link to
on continuing education, follow the link to commu-               Defensive Driving Program, and click on the yellow
nity service/self-supporting link for the latest class           school for class schedules or call (919) 209-2213 or
offerings! Or if you do not have internet access, call us        (919) 209-2034.
for details!
                                                                 Attitudinal	Dynamics	of	Driving	8-hour	
Defensive	Driving	Program
                                                                 Red	School	(SS*)
If you have been charged with a traffic violation, you
may be eligible to take one of the Defensive Driving             If you have been charged with certain traffic viola-
programs offered at Johnston Community College.                  tions, you may qualify for the Attitudinal Dynamics
Three defensive driving courses are offered (SS*):               of Driving 8-hour Defensive Driving Course through
                                                                 Johnston Community College. This program is
• 4-Hour (Green School)                                          offered by the Johnston County District Attorney’s
• Alive @ 25 (Yellow School)                                     Office, Johnston Community College, and the Safety
• Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving 8-Hour (Red                    and Health Council of North Carolina. DDC-ADD
  School)                                                        is an 8-hour course that addresses the attitudes and
                                                                 behaviors of the negligent driver. Interactive exercises,
These courses are offered by the Johnston County                 lectures, visuals and thought provoking discussions
District Attorney’s Office, Johnston Community                   are used to teach responsibility on the road.
College, and the Safety and Health Council of North
Carolina.                                                        Please visit our website at www.johnstoncc.edu (click
                                                                 on continuing education, follow the link to Defensive
4-hour	Green	School	(SS*)                                        Driving Program, click on the red school for class
                                                                 schedules or call (919) 209-2213 or (919) 209-2034.
If you have been charged with a certain traffic viola-
tions, the Safe Driving Program may minimize or pre-
vent the assessment of insurance points or premium
surcharges on your insurance policy and/or points on
your driver’s license. You must complete the National


38                        Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                     www.johnstoncc.edu
Personal	Enrichment                                                                                 SUMMER 2009

Motorcycle	Safety	Program                                       Introduction	to	Sign	Language	(SS*)

Motorcycle	Rider	Program	(SS*)                                  Introduction to Sign Language; basic signs and
                                                                structure of communication between hearing and non-
Johnston Community College offers Motorcycle                    hearing/hearing impaired. Preregistration is required.
Rider courses from March to mid-December for both
beginners (BRC) and experienced riders (ERC), with              Course	Code: CSP 4000 08U
courses cosponsored by the College and the North                Date: May 21-August 6, 2009, Thursdays,
Carolina Motorcycle Safety Education Program.                   6:00pm-8:00pm
                                                                Location: Workforce Development Center in Clayton
The Basic Rider Course (BRC) is designed to instruct            Instructor: Ken Mitchell Registration: $60.00
beginning riders on motorcycle safety, proper rid-              Book: Signing Made Easy - $15.00 (approximately)
ing and street skills. Motorcycles and helmets are
furnished. This course meets for 22 hours on Friday,            MUSIC
Saturday and Sunday. Approximately 14 of these
hours are conducted on our driving range. With                  Adult	Piano	Instruction	
successful completion, the participant will be exempt
from the driving portion of the DMV requirements for            Learn to play the piano through group instruction in
a motorcycle endorsement.                                       the College’s Continuing Education Piano lab. Prereg-
                                                                istration is required.
For those who have held a motorcycle license for
at least six months, we offer an Experienced Rider              Course	Code: CSP 3000 06U
Course (ERC). Each class participant must have a                Date: March 30-June 1, 2009, Mondays, 9:00am-noon
valid driver’s license with a motorcycle endorsement            Location: JCC Main Campus/Art Bldg.
and must furnish his own motorcycle (licensed and               Room: 130        Instructor: Gwen Walker
street legal). The participant must also show proof             Registration: $35 (No Charge if 65 years of age or older)
of insurance on the motorcycle. This one-day course             Book: The Older Beginner Piano Course – ISBN
meets for 10 hours on the driving range.                        8497-5029-6

Due to the popularity of these courses, a prepaid, non-         Course	Code: CSP 3000 05U
refundable (ss*), registration is required to secure a          Date: April 2-June 4, 2009, Thursdays,
class space. For class fees, schedules, and an applica-         6:00pm-9:00pm
tion, go to www.johnstoncc.edu and look under Con-              Location: JCC Main Campus/Art Bldg.
tinuing Education, Quick Links, or call Kim Wiggs               Room: 130        Instructor: Gwen Walker
Gamlin at (919) 209-2034 or the Continuing Education            Registration: $35 (No Charge if 65 years of age or older)
Registration Office at (919) 209-2168.                          Book: The Older Beginner Piano Course – ISBN
                                                                8497-5029-6

LANGUAGES                                                       ARt
Conversational	Spanish	I	(SS*)                                  Explore	your	Creativity	in	
                                                                Acrylics	or	Oils	(SS*)
Basic everyday conversational practice in simulated
real-life situations. Activities include: spelling in           All skill levels. Learn to be creative in a supportive
Spanish, greetings, numbers, money vocabulary, pro-             atmosphere using acrylics or oils. Beginners will use
fessions, food, geography, nationalities, bingo games,          studio time to learn basic painting techniques in oils
and one video of Latin-America. Be prepared to talk             or acrylics. Instructor will cover basics on design,
in Spanish during the class. Leave your shyness at              color, and composition. Students with some painting
home. Preregistration is required.                              experience will have an opportunity to work on inde-
                                                                pendent projects & learn fun new techniques designed
Course	Code: CSP 4000 07U                                       to enhance creativity and skill. Students can call the
Date: May 20 – July 22, 2009, Wednesdays,                       Cleveland Center at 919-989-2128 for materials list.
9:00am-noon                                                     Preregistration is required.
Location: JCC Cleveland Center
Instructor: Maria Hernandez
Registration: $65.00
Book: Spanish Now! ISBN: 0-7641-7774-5 (approx. $25)

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                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                    www.johnstoncc.edu
Personal	Enrichment                                                                                  SUMMER 2009

Course	Code: CSP 4000 09U                                        Course	Code: CSP 4000 13U
Date: May 7-June 11, 2009, Thursdays,                            Date: May 20-July 22, 2009, Wednesdays,
10:00am-12:00pm                                                  6:00pm-9:00pm
Location: JCC Cleveland Center                                   Location: JCC Cleveland Center
Instructor: Cheryl McCardle                                      Instructor: Ron Jernigan Registration: $60.00
Registration: $40.00

Painting	from	Reality	to	Abstraction	–	                          SEWING/QUILTING
Acrylics	or	Oils	–	All	Skill	Levels
                                                                 Clothing	Construction	
Fully develop your own unique style in painting. Why
imitate? This class is open to acrylic and oil painters          Learn how to sew for your family, friends and your-
who want to learn the foundations of painting tech-              self. Sewing machines are provided. Preregistration is
niques or the more experienced student who seeks a               required.
challenge. Instructor will cover color theory, composi-
tion and how to see the world as an artist. Students will        Course	Code: CSP 3000 01F
learn from demonstrations, specific painting exercises           Date: June 22–August 31, 2009, Mondays,
to enhance creative skills and independent painting              6:30pm-9:30pm
projects. Students can call the Cleveland Center at 919-         Location: JCC Main Campus/Elsee Bldg.
989-2128 for materials list. Preregistration is required.        Room: 108        Instructor: Dru Watkins
                                                                 Registration: $35 (No Charge if 65 years of age or older)
Course	Code: CSP 4000 10U                                        Book: $0
Date: May 12-June 16, 2009, Tuesdays, 7:00pm-
9:00pm                                                           Course	Code: CSP 3000 02F
Location: JCC Main Campus                                        Date: June 23-September 1, 2009, Tuesdays,
Instructor: Cheryl McCardle                                      6:30pm-9:30pm
Registration: $40.00                                             Location: JCC Main Campus/Elsee Bldg.
                                                                 Room: 108        Instructor: Dru Watkins
Basic	Drawing	(SS*)                                              Registration: $35 (No Charge if 65 years of age or older)
                                                                 Book: $0
This basic drawing class deals with basic sketching,
perspective, composition, negative space, light & dark           Course	Code: CSP 3000 03F
values, drawing textures and other material objects,             Date: June 23-September 1, 2009, Tuesdays,
how to use a grid, gesture drawings, expressions,                9:00am-12:00pm
quick studies of faces, hands and feet. Preregistration          Location: JCC Main Campus/Elsee Bldg.
is required. Materials Needed: Paper, pencils, erasers,          Room: 108        Instructor: Watkins
tape, tracing paper, ruler, sketchbook and scissors              Registration: $35 (No Charge if 65 years of age or older)
                                                                 Book: $0
Course	Code: CSP 4000 11U
Date: May 19-July 28, 2009 (no class on July 21),                Hand	Appliqué
Tuesdays, 9:00am-noon
Location: JCC Cleveland Center                                   Learn to hand appliqué while taking a break from
Instructor: Jim Brown    Registration: $60.00                    your sewing machine. Relax while stitching with new
                                                                 friends. This is a good carry along sewing project.
you	Can	Learn	to	Paint!	(SS*)	                                   Class is limited to ten (10) students. Preregistration is
                                                                 required.
This hands-on class is for beginners who would like
to learn how to creatively paint with acrylic. Painting          Course	Code: CSP 3000 01U
can be relaxing and therapeutic. Come join the fun!              Date: March 27-June 5, 2009, Fridays, 9:00am-1-
Supplies needed will be discussed in the first class.            :00pm (no class on April 10th)
Preregistration is required.                                     Location: JCC Main Campus/Elsee Bldg.
                                                                 Room: 108         Instructor: Connie Mills
Course	Code: CSP 4000 12U                                        Registration: $35 (No Charge if 65 years of age or older)
Date: May 20-July 22, 2009, Wednesdays,                          Book: $TBA
2:00pm-5:00pm
Location: JCC Cleveland Center
Instructor: Ron Jernigan Registration: $60.00

40                        Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                     www.johnstoncc.edu
Personal	Enrichment                                                                                  SUMMER 2009

Course	Code: CSP 3000 10U                                        Course	Code: CSP 4000 14U
Date: June 1-August 3, 2009, Mondays, 9:00am-                    Date: July 16, 2009, Thursday, 6:00pm-9:00pm
1:00pm                                                           Location: JCC Cleveland Center
Location: JCC Main Campus/Elsee Bldg.                            Instructor: Greg Frank
Room: 108        Instructor: Connie Mills                        Registration: $18.00
Registration: $35 (No Charge if 65 years of age or older)
Book: $TBA                                                       Take	Charge	of	your	Money	(SS*)
Beginning	Quilting                                               Do you earn a good income but still find yourself
                                                                 struggling to get ahead? This workshop will equip
Discover the art of quilting! This class is for the              you with the tools to get	ahead,	stay	ahead	and	take	
beginner. Preregistration is required.                           complete	control	of	your	money once and for all.
                                                                 How would it feel to always have money set aside for
Course	Code: CSP 3000 12U                                        financial surprises…to have your next vacation com-
Date: June 1-August 3, 2009, Mondays, 1:30pm-                    pletely paid for before you started packing…to never
4:30pm                                                           again go into debt buying Christmas presents? Attend
Location: JCC Main Campus/Elsee Bldg.                            this workshop and that’s exactly what you’ll learn! Far
Room: 108        Instructor: Connie Mills                        beyond traditional budgeting, this workshop teaches
Registration: $35 (No Charge if 65 years of age or older)        a simple but powerful method of money management
Book: $TBA                                                       that combines 21st century technology with old fash-
                                                                 ioned common sense. Optional instructor coauthored
Quilting                                                         textbooks will be available for purchase. Preregistra-
                                                                 tion is required.
Learn how to work with fabric pieces in creating
beautiful quilted projects. The class will include the           Course	Code: CSP 4000 15U
basics of fabric selection, rotary cutting, block piecing        Date: July 23, 2009, Thursday, 6:00pm-9:00pm
and quilting techniques. Preregistration is required.            Location: JCC Cleveland Center
                                                                 Instructor: Greg Frank
Course	Code: CSP 3000 11U                                        Registration: $18.00
Date: June 3-August 5, 2009, Wednesdays, 9:00am-
1:00pm                                                           Improve	your	Credit	(SS*)
Location: JCC Main Campus/Elsee Bldg.
Room: 108         Instructor: Connie Mills                       Are past credit issues preventing you from accom-
Registration: $35 (No Charge if 65 years of age or older)        plishing your financial goals? Achieving and main-
Book: $TBA                                                       taining superior credit is more important than ever.
Prerequisite: Beginning Quilting                                 This workshop will teach simple strategies to dramati-
                                                                 cally increase your credit score in just 3 – 6 months.
                                                                 Learn how your FICO school is determined, how
                                                                 credit bureaus work, how to deal with derogatory
PERSONAL	FINANCES                                                items on your report and your rights under the Fair
                                                                 Credit Reporting Act. Optional instructor coauthored
Get	Completely	Out	of	Debt	(SS*)                                 textbooks will be available for purchase. Preregistra-
                                                                 tion is required.
Contrary to popular belief…being in debt and living
from paycheck to paycheck does not have to be your               Course	Code: CSP 4000 16U
way of life! This nationally acclaimed workshop will             Date: July 30, 2009, Thursday, 6:00pm-9:00pm
show you how to pay off all your consumer debt –                 Location: JCC Cleveland Center
credit cards, auto loans, and student loans – in just 1          Instructor: Greg Frank
to 3 years. Then, if you have a mortgage, you’ll pay             Registration: $18.00
that off in another 3 to 5 years, while saving over
$100,000 in interest payments. Imagine what your life
would be like if you had…NO	mortgage	payments…
                                                                 Cut	your	Grocery	Bills	in	Half!	(SS*)
NO	car	payments…NO	credit	card	payments…
                                                                 Learn how to cut your grocery bills in half using
NO	debts	whatsoever! Attend this workshop & you
                                                                 the proven and easy to use Smart Spending System.
will imagine no more. Optional instructor coauthored
                                                                 Participants will learn to use coupons and many other
textbooks will be available for purchase. Preregistra-
                                                                 effective techniques to ensure they never pay full
tion is required.
                                                                 price for groceries again! Imagine what you could do

                          Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,              41
                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                     www.johnstoncc.edu
Personal	Enrichment                                                                                 SUMMER 2009

with all the extra money at the end of each month!              Course	Code: CSP 4000 02U
Most participants save the cost of the class during             Date: June 20, 2009, Saturday, 8:00am-5:00pm
their first grocery shop using the Smart Spending               Location: Howell Woods
System. Course includes resource directory, course              Room: 1          Instructor: Rogers
handout, freebies, and lots of fun! The instructor, Faye        Registration: $60.00
Prosser, is the author of the recently published book,          Book: Included with registration
“The Smart Spending Guide”. She has been teaching
people how to budget, reduce debt, and save money on            Course	Code: CSP 4000 03U
groceries and everyday expenses for over six years.             Date: July 18, 2009, Saturday, 8:00am-5:00pm
This workshop will change the way you shop and                  Location: Howell Woods
teach you to save more money than you ever thought              Room: 1           Instructor: Godwin
possible! Preregistration is required.                          Registration: $60.00
                                                                Book: Included with registration
Course	Code: CSP 4000 17U
Date: June 11, 2009, Thursday, 6:30pm-9:00pm                    Course	Code: CSP 4000 04U
Location: JCC Cleveland Center                                  Date: August 8, 2009, Saturday, 8:00am-5:00pm
Instructor: Faye Prosser                                        Location: Howell Woods
Registration: $15.00                                            Room: 1          Instructor: Godwin
                                                                Registration: $60.00
                                                                Book: Included with registration
PERSONAL	PROTECTION
Concealed	Carry	Handgun	Training	(SS*)                          SPECIAL	INTEREST
This course will explain the aspects of the North               A	Beginner’s	Look	at	Genealogy	(SS*)
Carolina Concealed Carry Handgun law as it applies
to the rights of the citizen to carry a concealed               This class is an introduction to the resources and pro-
handgun and to apply the fundamentals of safety and             cedures available for exploring your ancestry with a
basic marksmanship. Participants will be required to            lot of learning by doing, and using resources available
take a shooting proficiency test. This class will give          in the Johnston County Heritage Center. (Optional
you the certification you need to obtain a concealed            field trip to State Archives – Date to be Determined).
carry permit from your sheriff’s office. Students               Preregistration is required.
will need to bring a handgun with belt and holster,
hearing protection, shooting glasses and 100 rounds             Course	Code: CSP 4000 21U
of ammunition. Students are required to wear closed             Date: May 21 – June 18, 2009, Thursdays,
toed shoes, and long pants are recommended. In addi-            6:30pm-8:30pm
tion, it is recommended to bring a hat/cap, water, sun          Location: Johnston County Heritage Center
block and bug spray. Students may want to bring a bag           Instructor: M. Watts
lunch since there is limited restaurant availability in         Registration: $30.00
the area. These classes are held at the Howell Woods
Environmental Learning Center. For directions, visit            Basic	Household	Plumbing	Repair	(SS*)	
our website or call 919-938-0115. Preregistration is            New	Class!
required.
                                                                Save money! Learn to make the most common
Course	Code: CSP 4000 01U                                       household plumbing repairs yourself. Why pay
Date: May 16, 2009, Saturday, 8:00am-5:00pm                     someone else when you can make the repair? This is a
Location: Howell Woods                                          hands-on, step-by-step learning opportunity. Preregis-
Room: 1          Instructor: Godwin                             tration is required.
Registration: $60.00
Book: Included with registration                                Course	Code: CSP 4000 18U
                                                                Date: May 20 – June 10, 2009, Wednesdays,
                                                                6:00pm-9:00pm
                                                                Location: JCC Main Campus
                                                                Instructor: Sherwood Williams
                                                                Registration: $40.00



42                       Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                          and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                    www.johnstoncc.edu
Personal	Enrichment                                                                                  SUMMER 2009

“Powder	Puff”	Basic	Home	Repair	(SS*)	                           SENIOR	CITIZENS	COURSES
New	Class!
                                                                 Senior	Adults	Introduction	to	Computers
Save money! This class is designed for all you ladies
of the house who would like to learn to do the house-            and	the	Internet
hold repairs yourself ... now you won’t have to depend
on someone else to do it for you! This is a hands-on,            This is an introductory course covering the fun-
step-by-step learning opportunity. Preregistration is            damentals of computers and the Internet with the
required.                                                        opportunity for hands-on practice. Basics of comput-
                                                                 ers including hardware, windows, word processing
Course	Code: CSP 4000 19U                                        and spreadsheet will be reviewed. Information you
Date: June 17 – July 22, 2009, Wednesdays,                       need to research a subject, to buy and sell, and to keep
6:00pm-9:00pm                                                    your operating software up to date will be discussed.
Location: JCC Main Campus                                        Exercises will be accomplished in capturing informa-
Instructor: Sherwood Williams                                    tion to the local environment, using search engines,
Registration: $90.00                                             and setting up email. Examples are finding maps, doc-
                                                                 tors, medicines, and accessing government agencies
                                                                 to view your account. Capturing pictures and sending
Picture	Framing	(SS*)	New	Class!                                 them to others will be demonstrated and practiced.
                                                                 Preregistration is required.
This is a basic picture framing class where students
will learn about color selection of matboards, design            Course	Code: CSP 3000 13U
layouts, mat cutting, chopping of frames, glass                  Date: May 27 – July 1, 2009, Wednesdays,
cutting, and fitting and finishing of framed pieces.             9:00am-noon
Students are encouraged to bring in their own art-               Location: JCC Cleveland Center
work, photographs, cross-stitch, posters or prints for           Instructor: John Foushee
framing. Required supplies will be discussed in the              Registration: $25.00 (No Charge if 65 years of age or
first class. Preregistration is required.                        older) *Except for technology fee
                                                                 Technology Fee: $2.00 (Non Fee Exempt)
Course	Code: CSP 4000 20U                                        Book: 0
Date: June 2 – August 4, 2009, Tuesdays,
6:00pm-9:00pm                                                    If you are interested in teaching cake decorating,
Location: JCC Cleveland Center                                   floral design, guitar, Yoga, Pilates, aerobics or any
Instructor: Tara Dunn                                            other personal enrichment class, please contact Kim
Registration: $55.00                                             Gamlin at 919-209-2034.
Camp	IMPACT	(SS*)	
This summer youth camp is open to rising sixth, sev-
enth, and eighth graders. Preregistration is required.
Space is limited. Call 919-989-2128 for information.

Course	Code: CSP 4000 05U
Date: June 22 – 25, 2009, M, T, W, Th,
9:00am-3:00pm
Location: JCC Cleveland Center
Registration: $35.00




                          Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,                 43
                           and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                     www.johnstoncc.edu
Basic	Skills	Courses                                                                                  SUMMER 2009

BASIC	SkILLS                                                      simply to improve skills for personal satisfaction. The
                                                                  program is FREE OF CHARGE and open to individu-
                                                                  als age 18 and older. Students that are 16 or 17 years
There are five programs offered through the Basic                 old may enroll under special circumstances.
Skills Department to provide educational opportuni-
ties from basic reading through high school comple-
tion. These programs include Adult Basic Education,               English	as	a	Second	Language
Adult High School, GED Preparation, Compensa-                     Inglés	como	una	idioma	segunda
tory Education, and English as a Second Language.
Enrollment is open to individuals age 18 and older.               This course provides instruction in English for indi-
Under special circumstances, students age 16 and 17               viduals who do not speak English as a first language.
may enroll in certain programs as indicated in each               Learning English is important for self-improvement,
program information section. Placement testing is                 better job opportunities, and preparation for citizen-
required for entry. Basic Skills Classes are FREE!                ship. The program is FREE OF CHARGE and open to
                                                                  individuals age 18 and older. Students age 16 and 17
Class	locations	include:                                          may enroll under special circumstances.
JCC/Smithfield Campus                                             Los estudiantes en la programa de ESL aprenden
JCC/Cleveland Center                                              como leer, escribir y hablar ingles. Hay tres niveles de
Clayton High School                                               ESL: Principiante, intermedio y avanzado. Si quiere
Kenly Adult Learning Center                                       matricular en nuestra programa, tiene que venire para
Not Just Another Community Center of Benson                       un examén, llama (919) 209-2003 or (919) 209-2230.
Unity House of Selma
Johnston County Industries                                        Compensatory	Education
Corinth Holder Elem School
Various other business locations, churches, and com-
                                                                  This program is designed specifically for persons
munity buildings upon request.
                                                                  diagnosed with mental retardation or who have suf-
                                                                  fered from traumatic brain injury. The goal of the
Would	you	like	to	start	a	class	in	your	community?
                                                                  program is to help individuals become as independent
                                                                  and self-directed as possible through acquiring basic
Would your church or business like to sponsor a new
                                                                  academic and life skills needed to function success-
Basic Skills class at your site or in your community?
                                                                  fully in daily living at home and in the community.
New classes may be established in locations with a
minimum of 10 students. Call Pamela Earp for details
                                                                  Compensatory Education classes are held at the main
at (919) 209-2065 or at earpp@johnstoncc.edu
                                                                  campus in Smithfield, at Cleveland Campus, and at
                                                                  Johnston County Industries.
your	First	Step...
                                                                  The program is FREE OF CHARGE and available to
Placement	and	Assessment
                                                                  adults age 18 and older. For further information call
                                                                  Karen Ellis at (919) 209-2542 or via email at
Placement testing is required for entry into all Basic
                                                                  ellisk@johnstoncc.edu
Skills classes. For individuals age 18 or older, contact
Assessment Coordinator, Bryan Williamson at (919)
209-2003 or via email williamsonb@johnstoncc.edu                  GED	Preparation	Classes
Placement testing is available each week and offered
with both day and evening schedules.                              The GED Preparation program allows individuals
                                                                  to earn a high school equivalency diploma through
Information	for	Underage	Students	(Ages	16	and	17)                completion of the Official GED Test. The GED consists
                                                                  of five parts including: Language Arts – Reading,
Perspective Students under the age of 18 must meet                Language Arts – Writing, Mathematics, Science, and
specific eligibility requirements for entry PRIOR to              Social Studies. To earn the GED, a student must enter
taking the placement test. Please contact Pamela Earp             a class and complete a series of Official GED Practice
at (919) 209-2065 for underage student information.               Tests to determine readiness to take the GED. Students
                                                                  are eligible to take the GED once minimum scores have
Adult	Basic	Education                                             been met in each of the Practice Test areas. The GED
                                                                  program is open to adults age 18 and older.
The goal of this program is to provide opportunities to
                                                                  For further information, call Pamela Earp at (919)
improve reading, math, and language skills for entry
                                                                  209-2065 or email at earpp@johnstoncc.edu
into the Adult High School program, the GED Prepa-
ration program, College curriculum programs, or

44                         Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,
                            and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                      www.johnstoncc.edu
Basic	Skills	Courses                                                                                                               SUMMER 2009

Adult	High	School
In the Adult High School program, a student can earn
a high school diploma by completing required and
elective courses of high school subjects. To earn a
high school diploma, a student must complete a total
of 28 specific course units and pass all parts of the
North Carolina Competency Test.

Students are given credit based on an evaluation of an
official transcript for course work previously com-
pleted in high school. This program is conducted in
affiliation with the Johnston County Public Schools.
This program is FREE OF CHARGE and open to
students age 18 and older. Students age 16 and 17 may
enroll under special circumstances.

The program is located on the College’s Smithfield
campus and offers both day and evening classes.

For further information regarding transcripts and
eligibility, call Pamela Earp at (919) 209-2065 or email
at earpp@johnstoncc.edu




   Preparing People for Success in the Workplace!
   Project Skill-UP
 Need Computer Skills?
 Need short-term training for employment?
 Project Skill-UP is specifically designed to provide short-term training leading to employ-
 ment to those adversely affected by the changes in the tobacco industry.

 Training areas may include: employability skills, BioWork, healthcare, computer skills,
 small business development, construction, landscape gardening, truck driver training
                                                                                                                        For Information Contact:
 and other short-term continuing education and curriculum programs. Financial assis-
 tance may include tuition, fees, books and materials.                                                                  Rosa Andrews
                                                                                                                        Johnston County
                                                                                                                        Workforce Development Center
 The Employability program at JCC continually offers these types of programs and                                        135 Bestwood Drive, Clayton, NC 27520
 resources to the citizens of Johnston County. Classes are starting soon. Call Today!                                   Phone: 919-209-2015
                                                                                                                        andrewsr@johnstoncc.edu
                                                                                                                        www.johnstoncc.edu

                        Funding for Project Skill-UP is provided through a grant from the North Carolina Tobacco Trust Fund Commission.




                              Be sure to register before the class starts! Late registration is discouraged,                                                    45
                               and you may not be allowed to enter the class after the starting date.
                                                         www.johnstoncc.edu
                                                 Continuing	Education	Student	Registration	Form
                                                      Mail, fax or deliver completed form and appropriate registration fee to:
                                                   Johnston	Community	College	•	Continuing	Education	Division
                                                        PO	Box	2350,	Smithfield	NC	27577	•	(919)	934-3051
               Complete the application in full and return to the address listed above. Please print in ink or type.
Course	Title ___________________________________ /Course	Code: ____________________ /Registration	Fee _____________

Semester _______________Location _____________________________________Beginning	Date ___________________________

Social	Security	Number	__	__	__	-	__	__	-	__	__	__	__	Date	of	Birth _________________________ 	Sex	( ) Male ( ) Female

Name________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                 Last                                                  First                                                    Middle
Address (Street, PO Box, Route) __________________________________________________________________________________

               (City, State Zip) _______________________________________________ County	of	Residence ___________________

Telephone	Number                  (Home) __________________________________ (Business) __________________________________
Circle	Highest	Grade	Completed: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 or check ( ) if passed high school equivalency
Employment	Status:                ( ) Retired ( ) Unemployed ( ) Part-Time ( ) Full-Time

Employer ______________________________________________________________ Occupation___________________________
Please read the following policies concerning your registration.
Continuing	Education	Refund	Policy: A student who officially withdraws from a Continuing Education course prior to the first class meeting is
eligible for a 100% refund upon request to the Continuing Education Division. Upon official withdrawal from a Continuing Education Course, a
student may be entitled to receive a 75% refund of the registration fee in certain circumstances. The Continuing Education refund policy applies
to courses offered as Occupational Extension and Community Services. Courses offered as self-supporting are not eligible as these programs are
funded by registration fees collected. In order to qualify for a refund, a student must officially withdraw and request a refund (in writing) prior to or
on the 10% date of the course. Requests for refunds after the 10% point will not be considered. Sutdents are eligible for a 100% refund if the class
is cancelled by the College.
Course	Repetition	Policy: A special provision of the State General Assembly concerning course repetition became effective July 1, 1993. Students
who take an occupational extension course more than TWICE within a FIVE-YEAR period shall pay their cost for the course at a rate based on current
contact hour value. Students shall be primarily responsible for monitoring course repetitions, however, the College shall review records and charge
students full cost for courses taken more than twice. Senior citizens who are legal residents of North Carolina may enroll in the same occupational
extension course more than TWICE within a FIVE YEAR period shall pay their cost for the course at a rate based on current contact hour value. Stu-
dents may repeat occupational extension courses an unlimited number of times, if the repetitions are for certification, licensing, and recertification.
The above information is accurate to the best of my knowledge and I have read the Continuing Education Refund Policy and the Course Repetition
Policy and understand how each applies to my registration for this course.

Student	Signature ______________________________________________ Date______________________
Method	of	Payment:             ( ) Check or Money Order enclosed (payable to JCC)
                               ( ) Credit Card Indicate:                ______ Master Card ________VISA
                               Account Number ________________________________________Expiration Date __________________
                               Authorized Signature ____________________________________ Date ___________________________

       For JCC Office Use:         Contract Number: ______________________________ Date Received: ___________________
                                   Program Code _______________________AR Code ____________

NOTE: Please send ONLY the registration fee with this form; DO NOT send textbook fees. Prior to the first class,
textbooks for Cleveland Campus courses may be purchased at the JCC Bookstore on main campus in Smithfield.


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