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					Spring
Class
Schedule
and
Continuing
Education
Courses
2010
 Coming July 2010


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                          In July 2010, East Central Technical College
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           and Valdosta Technical College will merge to emerge as Wiregrass
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  ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ ˇˇ ˇ ˇ TechnicalˇCollege. WGTC will become the 3rd largest college of
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                        Rooted in History
                      Growing for the Future.



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                              Equal Opportunity Institution
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                  Dr. Ray Perren
                        President                                                   Valdosta Main Campus
                  Angela Crance
                                                                                        229-333-2100
      Vice President for Economic Development
                                                                                 Cook County
                    Keren Wynn
      Vice President for Administrative Services                         Workforce Development Center
                Dr. Ron O’Meara
                                                                                 229-549-7368
         Vice President for Academic Affairs
                                                                          Moody AFB Extended Campus
                     Tom Feagle
 Dean of General Education and Evening Programs                                  229-253-9571
                    Lynn Bowen
             Dean of Business Education
                                                                         Adult Education
                                                                (GED & English as a Second Language)
                     Paula Peña
                 Dean of Allied Health                                     229-333-2123
                 Jarrod Brogdon                                      Economic Development/Continuing
                                                                               Education
         Executive Director of Student Affairs

                 Alvin Payton Jr.
        Executive Director of Adult Education
                                                                              229-333-2122


                                                       SPRinG QuARTER
                           March 11, 2010
        New Student Advising, Registration and Orientation
                                                                                                          April 6, 2010
                                                                                                          First Day of Class
                             April 1, 2010                                                     (Note: Date Change from Calendar)
              Final New Student Advising, Registration
                          and Orientation                                                                       April 8, 2010
                                                                                                             (3rd Day of class)
                             April 5, 2010                                                         Last Day to Withdraw Without Penalty
                  Tuition and Fee Payment Deadline




         Valdosta Technical College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

   In accordance with the state policy, Valdosta Technical College warrants every graduate of a certificate of credit, diploma, or associate
  degree program as follows: The warranty guarantees that the graduate has demonstrated the knowledge and skills and can perform each
   competency as identified in the industry-validated Standard or Program Guide. Any program graduate who is determined to lack such
                                  competence shall be retrained at no cost to the employer or the graduate.


            Class offerings are subject to change. Please refer to the most recent version on VTC’s website at www.valdostatech.edu.

As set forth in its student catalog, Valdosta Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender,
religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, veteran status, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by
law). Any violation or questions should be directed to Keren Wynn, VP for Administrative Services, Title IX Coordinator, Building 500, Office 535, 4089 Val
Tech Rd, Valdosta, GA 31602, or call (229) 333-2103; or Shalonda Sanders, Human Resources Director, Building 100, Office 114, 4089 Val Tech Rd, Valdosta,
GA 31602, or call (229) 333-5356; or Charlotte Hesters, Director of Admissions, ADA & Section 504 Coordinator, Building 100, Room 106, 4089 Val Tech
Rd, Valdosta, GA 31602, or call (229) 259-5195. Telephone numbers are accessible to persons who are deaf or hard of hearing through the Georgia Relay by
dialing 711 or 1-800-255-0056 from a TTY/TDD.
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                                 Scholarships Work!
                                                                                          An ambitious Valdosta Technical
                                                                                     College student with clear goals, Valerie
                                                                                     White hopes to one day become the
                                                                                     owner of an event and catering service.
                                                                                     With a marketing management degree
                                                                                     from Valdosta Tech under her belt, she
                                                                                     is now working towards her degree in
                                                                                     culinary arts.
                                                                                          Valerie currently attends school
                                                                                     full-time while working at Goodwill
                                                                                     as a part-time associate and a weekend
                                                                                     private duty LPN. When she learned
                                                                                     about the Kevin DeMarcus Acree
                                                                                     Memorial Scholarship for culinary
                                                                                     students, Valerie submitted an
                                                                                     application.
                                                                                          The scholarship was started by the
                                                                                     family of Kevin Acree. In 2007, Acree
                                                                                     was a Valdosta Tech student who planned
to be one of the first students to enroll in the forming culinary arts program. Acree was excited to follow his dream of
becoming a chef. Unfortunately Acree, who was diagnosed with lupus at age 13, passed away due to complications during
a medical procedure in March 2008, before he was able to begin the culinary program.
    The scholarship is awarded through the Valdosta Tech Foundation annually to an exceptional student enrolled in the
culinary arts program. The $500 scholarship will be used to help cover the cost of tuition, books, and necessary supplies.
    “I am just so grateful to the Acree family for this opportunity,” said Valerie, upon receiving the scholarship. “I will
think about Kevin every time I am cooking and be thankful that I can carry on his memory.”
    For more information about the Valdosta Technical College Foundation and available scholarships, contact Kathryn
Terrell at (229) 293-6190 or kterrell@valdostatech.edu.



                                    SCHOLARSHiPS
    Each Spring the Foundation offers multiple scholarships to students enrolled full-time here at Valdosta Technical College.
               All scholarships are due April 14, 2010 by 5:00 p.m. to the Foundation Office located in room 502.
       For more information about the following scholarships offered through the Foundation, please visit our website at
               www.valdostatech.edu/foundation/scholarships or contact the Foundation Office at 229-293-6190.
                                        Ben Copeland Scholarship • $1250.00 (2 scholarships offered)
               To be eligible students must reside in Lanier County. Lanier County High School Seniors are also eligible to apply.
                               Carolyn King Panizzi Memorial Scholarship (multiple scholarships offered)
     Open to Accounting Program students. Scholarship offers assistance for required exam and certifications related to the Accounting field.
                                              Dan Hatfield, Jr. Memorial Scholarship - $1000.00
                                                               Open to all majors.
                                           Kevin DeMarcus Acree Memorial Scholarship - $500.00
                                                  Open to Culinary Arts Program students.
                   Wilson Eye Center Ophthalmic Scholarship for Optical Program- $1,000.00 (2 scholarships offered)
             Open to Optical Program students. Scholarship offers assistance for required certifications in the Optical field including
                                    LDO and ABO and expenses related to achieving these certifications.
                                100 Black Men of Valdosta, inc. Scholarship - $100.00 (5 scholarships offered)
                                          Open to Clinical Laboratory Technology Program students.

                                             Please see individual scholarships for more information.

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                                     Spring Quarter 2010
General Core Classes                                                           33250
                                                                               33060
                                                                                       ENG 1102
                                                                                       ENG 1102
                                                                                                  Literature and Composition
                                                                                                  Literature and Composition
                                                                                                                                    TR
                                                                                                                                     T
                                                                                                                                            8:00
                                                                                                                                            5:30
                                                                                                                                                   10:15
                                                                                                                                                   10:00
CRn     COuRSE     Course name                      DAY START      EnD         33615   ENG 2130   American Literature               TR      2:00    4:15
33095   MAT 1012   Fundamentals of Math             MW      8:00   10:15       33912   ENG 2130   American Literature               M       5:30   10:00
33246   MAT 1012   Fundamentals of Math             MW      8:00   10:15       33075   PSY 1010   Basic Psychology                 MW       2:00    4:15
33782   MAT 1012   Fundamentals of Math             MW     10:30   12:45       33072   PSY 1010   Basic Psychology                  TR     10:30   12:45
33975   MAT 1012   Fundamentals of Math             MW      2:00    4:15       33075   PSY 1010   Basic Psychology                  TR      2:46    5:00
33928   MAT 1012   Fundamentals of Math             TR      2:00    4:15       33077   PSY 1010   Basic Psychology                   T      5:30   10:00
33093   MAT 1012   Fundamentals of Math              R      5:30   10:00       33094   PSY 1101   Intro to Psychology              MW      10:30   12:45
33073   MAT 0096   Remedial Math II                 MW     10:30   12:45       33249   PSY 1101   Intro to Psychology               TR      8:00   10:15
33076   MAT 0096   Remedial Math II                  W      5:30   10:00       33389   PSY 1101   Intro to Psychology               TR      2:46    5:00
33078   MAT 0097   Remedial Math III                MW     10:30   12:45       33097   PSY 1101   Intro to Psychology                R      5:30   10:00
33080   MAT 0097   Remedial Math III                 W      5:30   10:00       33098   PSY 2103   Human Development                MW       8:00   10:15
33082   MAT 0098   Elementary Algebra               MW      2:00    4:15               PSY 2103   Human Development                  T      5:30   10:00
        MAT 0098   Elementary Algebra               TR      8:00   10:15       33033   EMP 1000   Interpersonal Relations          MW       8:00    9:30
33085   MAT 0098   Elementary Algebra                M      5:30   10:00       33035   EMP 1000   Interpersonal Relations          MW      10:30   12:45
        MAT 0099   Intermediate Algebra             MW      8:00   10:15       33019   EMP 1000   Interpersonal Relations           TR     10:30   12:45
33087   MAT 0099   Intermediate Algebra             TR     10:30   12:45       33020   EMP 1000   Interpersonal Relations           TR      1:15    2:45
33247   MAT 0099   Intermediate Algebra              T      5:30   10:00       33036   EMP 1000   Interpersonal Relations           M       5:30   10:00
        MAT 1111   College Algebra                  MW      8:00   10:15       33040   EMP 1000   Interpersonal Relations            T      5:30   10:00
33777   MAT 1111   College Algebra                  MW     10:30   12:45       33929   EMP 1000   Interpersonal Relations            R      5:30   10:00
33783   MAT 1111   College Algebra                  TR      8:00   10:15       33067   HUM 1101   Intro to Humanities              MW       2:00    4:15
33086   MAT 1111   College Algebra                  TR      2:00    4:15       33574   SPC 1101   Public Speaking                   TR     10:30   12:45
33090   MAT 1111   College Algebra                  MW      5:30    7:45       33575   SPC 1101   Public Speaking                   M       5:30   10:00
33091   MAT 1013   Algebraic Concepts               TR     10:30   12:45       33126   HIS 2111   US History I                     MW       8;00   10:15
33105   MAT 1013   Algebraic Concepts                T      5:30   10:00       33949   HIS 2111   US History I                       R      5:30   10:00
33034   RDG 0096   Remedial Reading II              MW      8:00   10:15       33128   HIS 2112   US History II                    MW      10:30   12:45
33037   RDG 0096   Remedial Reading II               T      5:30   10:00       33102   SOC 1101   Intro to Sociology               MW       8:00   10:15
33039   RDG 0097   Remedial Reading III             MW     10:30   12:45       33105   SOC 1101   Intro to Sociology                W       5:30   10:00
33037   RDG 0097   Remedial Reading III              T      5:30   10:00               BIO 2113   Anatomy & Physiology I            TR      8:30   12:00
33043   RDG 0098   Remedial Reading IV              MW     10:30   12:45               BIO 2113   Anatomy & Physiology I           MW       8:30   12:00
33046   RDG 0098   Remedial Reading IV               T      5:30   10:00               BIO 2113   Anatomy & Physiology I           MW       1:00    4:30
33042   ENG 0096   Remedial English II              TR      8:00   10:15               BIO 2114   Anatomy & Physiology II           TR      8:30   12:00
33052   ENG 0096   Remedial English II              TR     10:30   12:45               BIO 2114   Anatomy & Physiology II           TR      1:00    4:30
33044   ENG 0096   Remedial English II               R      5:30   10:00               BIO 2117   Intro to Microbiology             TR      8:30   12:00
33047   ENG 0097   Remedial English III             TR     10:30   12:45               CHM 1111   Chemistry I                      MW       5:30   10:00
33056   ENG 0097   Remedial English III              R      5:30   10:00               CLT 104    Hematology/Coagulation           MW       8:30   12:00
33050   ENG 0097   Remedial English III              R      5:30   10:00               CLT 104    Hematology/Coagulation           MW       1:00    4:30
33052   ENG 0098   Remedial English IV              TR     10:30   12:45       33841   ENG 1101   Composition and Rhetoric        ONLINE
33068   ENG 1010   Fundamentals of English I        MW      8:00   10:15       33842   ENG 1102   Literature and Composition      ONLINE
33058   ENG 1010   Fundamentals of English I        MW     10:30   12:45               ENG 2130   American Literature             ONLINE
33915   ENG 1010   Fundamentals of English I        MW     10:30   12:45       33183   ENG 1010   Fundamentals of English I       ONLINE
33916   ENG 1010   Fundamentals of English I        MW      2:00    4:15               EMP 1000   Interpersonal Relations         ONLINE
33254   ENG 1010   Fundamentals of English I        TR     10:30   12:45       33843   HIS 2111   US History I                    ONLINE
33916   ENG 1010   Fundamentals of English I        TR      2:00    4:15       33844   HIS 2112   US History II                   ONLINE
33070   ENG 1010   Fundamentals of English I         T      5:30   10:00       33083   HUM 1101   Intro to Humanities             ONLINE
33976   ENG 1010   Fundamentals of English I         W      5:30   10:00       33185   MAT 1011   Business Math                   ONLINE
33064   ENG 1010   Fundamentals of English I         R      5:30   10:00       33186   MAT 1012   Fundamentals of Math            ONLINE
33253   ENG 1012   Fundamentals of English II       MW      2:00    4:15       33845   MAT 1111   College Algebra                 ONLINE
33251   ENG 1101   Composition and Rhetoric         MW      8:00   10:15       33846   POL 1101   American Government             ONLINE
33053   ENG 1101   Composition and Rhetoric         TR      8:00   10:15       33188   PSY 1010   Basic Psychology                ONLINE
33252   ENG 1101   Composition and Rhetoric         TR     10:30   12:45       33847   PSY 1101   Intro to Psychology             ONLINE
33055   ENG 1101   Composition and Rhetoric         MW      5:30   10:00       33848   SOC 1101   Intro to Sociology              ONLINE
33057   ENG 1102   Literature and Composition       MW     10:30   12:45
                                                                                                      * Hybrid/Web-enhanced - On Campus Meetings Required




                    Are You Ready for an Online Course?
                              Find out by completing the Distance Learning Readiness Assessment.
The scores from your assessment will not prevent you from applying for or taking online courses or programs. It is merely a tool that you can use to
 assess your likelihood for succeeding in an online learning program. READI indicates the skills you should possess to succeed in online learning:
      Self-motivation • Time management skills • Self-discipline • Persistence • Availability of time • Reading comprehension
                                   Ability to use a laptop, printer, software and the internet
  Go to http://www.valdostatech.edu/online/index.asp and complete the Before you Begin Checklist. Online students are responsible for the
         information concerning online classes at the VTC website. instructor contact information is available on the VTC website.
  Contact the VTC Online office (Room 7131, office telephone number: 229.245.6554, email: online@valdostatech.edu) to schedule an orientation
                                         date or for any questions regarding online or hybrid courses.
         Go to the VTC website online learning link and take this assessment to see if you are ready for an online course


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Allied Health Core                                                                    33854   EMS 1207   Practical Applications for EMT-I        MW    11:30   12:55

                                                                                      EMT-inTERMEDiATE (EVEninG)
ALLiED HEALTH CORE                                                                    CRn     COuRSE     Course name                             DAY START     EnD
CRn     COuRSE      Course name                           DAY START       EnD         33855   EMS 1115   Practical Applications For EMT-B         T     5:30    8:25
33146   AHS 1011    Anatomy and Physiology                 TR    5:30     7:55        33856   EMS 1201   Pharmacology & Shock/
33142   AHS 1011    Anatomy and Physiology                MW     8:00    10:15                           Trauma Mgmt. for EMT-I                   W     6:00   10:00
33144   AHS 1011    Anatomy and Physiology                 TR    2:00     4:30        33857   EMS 1203   Clinical Applications I for EMT-I        R     5:00    7:25
33441   AHS 1011    Anatomy and Physiology                 TR   10:30    12:45        33858   EMS 1205   Clinical Applications II for EMT-I       R     7:30   10:00
33152   AHS 1011    Anatomy and Physiology               ONLINE                       33859   EMS 1207   Practical Applications for EMT-I        TW     8:30   10:00
33909   AHS 1011    Anatomy and Physiology                 MR    1:30     4:00
33910   AHS 1011    Anatomy and Physiology                MW     5:30     7:55        HEALTH inFORMATiOn TECHnOLOGY
33959   AHS 1011    Anatomy and Physiology               ONLINE
33970   AHS 1011    Anatomy and Physiology               ONLINE                       CRn     COuRSE     Course name                             DAY START     EnD
33154   AHS 103     Nutrition & Diet Therapy             ONLINE                       33860   HIT 201    Intro to Health Information Technology T       9:00   12:00
33911   AHS 103     Nutrition & Diet Therapy               W     5:00     7:00        33984   HIT 202    Legal Aspects of Healthcare            M       5:00    8:00
33147   AHS 103     Nutrition & Diet Therapy               W     2:00     4:00
33149   AHS 103     Nutrition & Diet Therapy               W     3:00     4:55        MEDiCAL ASSiSTinG
33153   AHS 104     Introduction to Healthcare            MW     8:00    10:15        CRn     COuRSE     Course name                             DAY START     EnD
33162   AHS 104     Introduction to Healthcare             TR    5:30     7:45        33295   MAS 101    Legal Aspects of the Medical Office    T   10:20      12:20
33503   AHS 104     Introduction to Healthcare            MW     5:30     7:45        33531   MAS 106    Medical Office Procedures            MW     8:00      10:15
33159   AHS 104     Introduction to Healthcare             TR    9:25    11:50        33532   MAS 109    Medical Assisting Skills II          M-R    1:00       3:15
33165   AHS 104     Introduction to Healthcare             TR    1:00     3:25        33533   MAS 111    Administrative Practice Management MW      10:20      12:20
33155   AHS 104     Introduction to Healthcare            MW     1:30     3:55        32977   MAS 112    Human Diseases                        TR    8:00      10:15
33912   AHS 109     Medical Terminology                   MW    11:15    12:35        33534   MAS 112    Human Diseases                      ONLINE
33181   AHS 109     Medical Terminology                    TR    9:00    10:25
33184   AHS 109     Medical Terminology                    W     5:00     7:45
33177   AHS 109     Medical Terminology                     T    2:00     5:00
                                                                                      OPTiCiAnRY
33170   AHS 109     Medical Terminology                     T    8:00    10:00        CRn     COuRSE     Course name                             DAY START     EnD
33173   AHS 109     Medical Terminology                   MW    10:40    11:55        33544   OPD 107    Optical Lab Techniques II            MW        6:00    9:00
33157   AHS 109     Medical Terminology                  ONLINE                       33545   OPD 111    Soft Contact Lenses                  MW        6:00    9:00




                                                                                                                                                                   ALLiED HEALTH
33970   AHS 109     Medical Terminology                  ONLINE                       33546   OPD 112    Eyewear Lens Selection and Dispensing TR       6:00    9:00
33971   AHS 109     Medical Terminology                  ONLINE                       33547   OPD 120    Clinical Refractometry                TR       6:00    9:00
33294   AHS 109     Medical Terminology                    M     5:30     8:30
                                                                                      PARAMEDiC TECHnOLOGY
CLiniCAL LAB TECHnOLOGY                                                               CRn     COuRSE     Course name                             DAY START     EnD
CRn     COuRSE      Course name                           DAY START       EnD         33548   EMS 131    Trauma                                   T     8:00   12:00
33507   CLT 104     Hematology                          M-R      8:00    12:00        33551   EMS 135    Maternal/Pediatric Emergencies           R     1:00    4:00
33508   CLT 105     Immunology                           TR      1:00     3:30        33552   EMS 136    Special Patients                         T     1:00    4:00
32964   CLT 109     Clin Phlebotomy, Urinalysis & Sero  M-R      7:00     5:30        33553   EMS 200    Clinical Applications of Adv. EMT-P      R     8:00   12:00
32967   CLT 110     Clinical Immunohematology           M-R      7:00     5:30
32968   CLT 111     Clinical Hematology                 M-R      7:00     5:30        PATiEnT CARE ASSiSTinG/CERTiFiED nuRSinG ASSiSTAnT
32969   CLT 112     Clinical Microbiology               M-R      7:00     5:30        CRn     COuRSE     Course name                             DAY START     EnD
33916   CLT 113     Clinical Chemistry                  M-R      7:00     5:30        32734   CNA 100    Patient Care Fundamentals               MTR    8:00   12:00
33918   CLT 119     Cert Review II                     ONLINE                         33022   CNA 100    Patient Care Fundamentals               MTR    8:00   12:00
                                                                                      33018   CNA 100    Patient Care Fundamentals               MTR    4:00    8:00
COMPuTED TOMOGRAPHY                                                                   33024   CNA 100    Patient Care Fundamentals               MTR    6:00   10:00
CRn     COuRSE      Course name                           DAY START       EnD
33913   RAD 221     CT Physics & Instrumentation          MR     6:00     7:55        PHARMACY TECHnOLOGY
33914   RAD 223     CT Procedures II                      MR     8:00    10:00        CRn     COuRSE     Course name                             DAY START     EnD
33915   RAD 226     CT Clinical II                        M-F   Varies   Varies       33563   PHR 100    Pharmaceutical Calculations             TWR    8:00   10:00
                                                                                      33564   PHR 101    Pharmacy Technology Fundamentals        TWR   10:05   12:00
DEnTAL ASSiSTinG                                                                      33565   PHR 103    Principles of Sterile Medical Prep       M     8:00    4:00
CRn     COuRSE      Course name                           DAY START       EnD         33566   PHR 105    Pharmacy Technology Practicum           TWR    8:00    3:00
33641   DEN 1070    Oral Pathology & Therapeutics         MR     7:30     9:25        33576   AHS 1015   Basic Inorganic Chemistry                TR    1:00    3:30
33609   DEN 1360    Dental Assisting III                  M      1:00     4:00
                                                          W      1:00     4:30        PHLEBOTOMY
33608   DEN 1370    Expanded Functions                    M      9:30    12:30        CRn     COuRSE     Course name                             DAY START     EnD
                                                          W      9:30    12:00        33017   PHL 103    Introduction to Venipuncture            MW     1:00    3:30
33610   DEN 1460    Dental Practicum I                     T     8:00     4:00        33023   PHL 105    Phlebotomy Clinical                     M-R    7:00    5:30
33611   DEN 1470    Dental Practicum II                   R      8:00     4:00
                                                                                      PRACTiCAL nuRSinG
DEnTAL HYGiEnE                                                                        CRn     COuRSE     Course name                             DAY START     EnD
CRn     COuRSE      Course name                           DAY START       EnD         33539   NSG 110    Nursing Fundamentals                    TMW    8:00   12:00
33512   DHYG 1060   Introduction to Dental Hygiene        MTW    7:30     9:25        33539   NSG 110    Nursing Fundamentals                      R    1:00    3:00
33520   DHYG 1120   Pathology                              W     7:30     9:25        33540   AHS 102    Drug Calculations and Administration    MW     1:00    3:00
33520   DHYG 1120   Pathology                              W     2:30     4:30        33541   NSG 113    Medical Surgical Nursing II              MT    8:00    1:00
33513   DHYG 1200   Dental Hygiene Lecture II              M     7:30     9:25        33543   NPT 113    Medical Surgical Nursing Practicum II    WR    6:45    5:15
33513   DHYG 1200   Dental Hygiene Lecture II              W    12:30     2:25
33514   DHYG 1210   Dental Hygiene Clinic II              MTR    9:30    12:30        RADiOLOGiC TECHnOLOGY
33514   DHYG 1210   Dental Hygiene Clinic II              MTR    1:30     4:30        CRn     COuRSE     Course name                             DAY START     EnD
33517   DHYG 2030   Dental Materials                       T     7:30     9:25        33567   RAD 113    Radiologic Procedures IV                  R    8:30   10:05
33517   DHYG 2030   Dental Materials                       W     9:30    11:30        33568   RAD 116    Prin of Radiologic Exposure II            R   10:20   12:45
33517   DHYG 2030   Dental Materials                       R     7:30     9:25        33569   RAD 135    Clinical Radiography IV                 MTW    8:00    2:30
                                                                                      33950   RAD 101    Introduction to Radiologic Technology   MW     8:30   10:30
EMT - inTERMEDiATE (DAY)                                                              33951   RAD 103    Radiologic Procedures I                 MW    10:45    1:00
CRn     COuRSE      Course name                           DAY START       EnD         33952   RAD 132    Clinical Radiography I                   TR    8:00    3:30
33850   EMS 1115    Practical Applications For EMT-B       M     8:00    11:00
33851   EMS 1201    Pharmacology & Shock/                                             SuRGiCAL TECHnOLOGY
                    Trauma Mgmt for EMT-I                  M     1:00     5:00        CRn     COuRSE     Course name                             DAY START     EnD
33852   EMS 1203    Clinical Applications I for EMT-I      W     8:00    11:00        33572   SUR 203    Surgical Procedures I                    M     8:00    3:30
33853   EMS 1205    Clinical Applications II for EMT-I     W     1:00     3:55        33573   SUR 213    Special Surgical Practicum              TWR    6:00    3:00
                                                                                  7
                                                                                                             * Hybrid/Web-enhanced - On Campus Meetings Required
                Business Education                                                                  33136
                                                                                                    33139
                                                                                                            CIS 2149
                                                                                                            CIS 2150
                                                                                                                       Windows Professional
                                                                                                                       Windows Server
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                                                                                                                                                                 5:30
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                                                                                                                                                                          10:00
                                                                                                    33143   CIS 2153   Windows Infrastructure             MW     8:00     11:50
                ACCOunTinG                                                                          33148   CIS 2161   SQL                                 TR    5:30     10:00
                CRn     COuRSE     Course name                          DAY START       EnD         33156   CIS 2202   HTML Fundamentals                  MW     8:00     11:30
                33045   ACC 1101   Principles of Accounting I            TR      8:00   12:00       33160   CIS 2202   HTML Fundamentals                  MW     5:30      9:00
                33059   ACC 1101   Principles of Accounting I            TR      6:00   10:00       33172   CIS 2228   Advanced Spreadsheet Fundamentals ONLINE
                33049   ACC 1102   Principles of Accounting II          MW       8:00   12:00       33946   CIS 1115   Information Security Fundamentals  MW     8:00     11:50
                33490   ACC 1102   Principles of Accounting II          MW       6:00   10:00       33947   CIS 1116   Security Policies and Procedures    TR    8:00     11:50
                33491   ACC 1102   Principles of Accounting II         ONLINE                       33819   CIS 1118   Network Security                    TR   12:30      2:30
                33639   ACC 1104   Computerized Accounting              MW       9:30   12:00       33679   CIS 286    A+ Preparation (Moody)             MW     8:00     10:00
                33972   ACC 1104   Computerized Accounting              MW       6:00    8:30
                33492   ACC 1104   Computerized Accounting             ONLINE                       EARLY CHiLDHOOD CARE AnD EDuCATiOn
                33493   ACC 1106   Spreadsheet Application             ONLINE                       CRn     COuRSE     Course name                        DAY START       EnD
                33640   ACC 1152   Payroll Accounting                   MW       1:00    3:00       33837   ECE 1010   Intro to Early Childhood Care & Ed ONLINE
                33494   ACC 1152   Payroll Accounting                  ONLINE                       33477   ECE 1012   Curriculum Development                TR    8:00    9:30
                33495   ACC 2105   Database Application                 MW       8:00   10:15       33478   ECE 1013   Art for Children                       M    5:30   10:00
                                                                       ONLINE                       33479   ECE 1014   Music and Movement                    TR   10:00   12:25
                33806   ACC 2158   Managerial Accounting                 TR      8:00   12:00       33481   ECE 1021   Practicum I                           Lab
                33626   ACC 2167   Accounting Internship I              M-F                         33482   ECE 1022   Practicum II                          Lab
                33627   ACC 2168   Accounting Internship II             M-F                         33475   ECE 1030   Human Growth & Development I        ONLINE
                                                                                                    33476   ECE 1050   Health, Safety and Nutrition        ONLINE
                BAnKinG AnD FinAnCE                                                                 33483   ECE 2010   Exceptionalities                     MW     8:00   10:25
                CRn     COuRSE     Course name                          DAY START       EnD         33484   ECE 2020   Social Issues and Family Involvement R      5:30    8:30
                33074   BAF 114    Bank Business and Information Systems TR     10:30   12:45       33838   ECE 2115   Language Arts and Literature           T    5:30   10:00
                33092   BAF 114    Bank Business and Information Systems M       5:30   10:00       33480   ECE 2116   Math and Science                       W    5:30   10:00
                33079   BAF 115    Financial Management and Counseling TR        8:00   10:15       33973   ECE 2260   Characteristics of Young Children    MW    11:00    1:25
BuSinESS EDuCATiOn




                33081   BAF 200    Finance                              MW       8:00   10:15       33486   ECE 2240   Internship                           M-F    LAB     LAB
                33488   BAF 205    Real Estate Finance                   W       5:30   10:00       33840   ECE 2132   Infant Toddler Development          ONLINE
                33489   BAF 210    Contemporary Bank Management         MW      10:15   12:00
                                                                                                    GAME DESiGn AnD AniMATiOn
                BuSinESS APPLiED TECHnOLOGY                                                         CRn     COuRSE     Course name                        DAY START       EnD
                CRn     COuRSE     Course name                          DAY START       EnD         33813   CIS 1274   3D Methods and Materials          MTWR 1:00         3:00
                33385   BUS 1100   Introduction to Keyboarding           MW     8:00    10:15       33814   CIS 1258   3D Creation for Games             MTWR 1:00         3:00
                33277   BUS 1100   Introduction to Keyboarding            TR    5:30     7:45       33948   CIS 1257   Game Design                        MW  10:15       11:45
                33287   BUS 1120   Document Processing and Proofreading MW      5:30     7:45
                33211   BUS 1100   Introduction To Keyboarding            TR   10:30    12:45       MARKETinG
                33585   BUS 1130   Document Processing                    M     5:30     7:30       CRn     COuRSE     Course name                        DAY START       EnD
                33280   BUS 1130   Document Processing                     T    1:00     3:00       33099   MKT 100    Introduction to Marketing         MW     8:00      10:15
                33278   BUS 1130   Document Processing                     R    5:30     7:30       33101   MKT 101    Principles of Management          MW    10:30      12:45
                33279   BUS 1130   Document Processing                    TR    8:00    12:30       33809   MKT 101    Principles of Management         ONLINE
                33286   BUS 1140   Word Processing                        W     1:00     3:00       33117   MKT 108    Advertising                        TR   10:30      12:45
                33158   BUS 115    Intro to Medical Insurance          ONLINE                       33810   MKT 109    Visual Merchandising               TR   12:46       3:00
                33161   BUS 1150   Database Applications                 MW     8:00    10:15       33811   MKT 109    Visual Merchandising                T    5:30       8:00
                33467   BUS 1160   Desktop Publishing                    MW    10:30    12:45       33812   MKT 123    Small Business Management          TR    8:00      10:15
                33470   BUS 1240   Office Procedures                      TR    6:00    10:00       33259   MKT 208    Service Marketing                ONLINE
                33291   BUS 2110   Advanced Word Processing            ONLINE
                33469   BUS 2120   Spreadsheet Applications            ONLINE                       SuPERViSORY MAnAGEMEnT/ HuMAn RESOuRCES
                33468   BUS 2150   Presentation Applications             MW    10:30    12:45       CRn     COuRSE     Course name                        DAY START       EnD
                33835   BUS 2210   Applied Office Procedures              TR    8:00    11:50       33353   MSD 101    Organizational Behavior         ONLINE
                33450   BUS 2240   Internship I                          M-F                        33354   MSD 102    Employment Law                   MW         5:30   10:00
                33836   BUS 2250   Internship II                         M-F                        33821   MSD 103    Business Law                      TR        5:30   10:00
                33255   BUS 2320   Medical Transcription               ONLINE                       33356   MSD 107    Employee Training & Development   TR        5:30   10:00
                33256   BUS 2330   Advanced Medical Transcription      ONLINE                       33357   MSD 113    Business Ethics                 ONLINE
                33805   BUS 2340   Medical Administrative Procedures ONLINE
                33257   BUS 2370   Medical Office Billing/Coding/InsuranceONLINE                    SCT 100
                                                                                                    CRn     COuRSE     Course name                        DAY START       EnD
                CERTiFiED CuSTOMER SERViCE SPECiALiST                                               32997   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers          TR      8:00    10:15
                CRn     COuRSE     Course name                          DAY START       EnD         32996   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers          MW     10:30    12:45
                33364   MKT 161    Service Industry Business Environ    M-R      8:00   11:30       33000   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers          TR     10:30    12:45
                33365   MKT 162    Customer Contact Skills              M-R      8:00   11:30       33005   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers          MW      1:00     3:!5
                33366   MKT 163    Computer Skills                      M-R      8:00   11:30       33007   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers          TR      1:00     3:15
                33367   MKT 164    Business Skills                      M-R      8:00   11:30       33016   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers           R      5:30    10:00
                33368   MKT 165    Personal Effectiveness               M-R      8:00   11:30       33015   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers           T      5:30    10:00
                33369   MKT 161    Service Industry Business Environ    MW       5:15    8:45       33012   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers           W      5:30    10:00
                33370   MKT 162    Customer Contact Skills              MW       5:15    8:45       32992   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers          MW      8:00    10:15
                33371   MKT 163    Computer Skills                      TR       5:15    8:45       32998   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers          MW      8:00    10:15
                33372   MKT 164    Business Skills                      TR       5:15    8:45       32982   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers          TR      8:00    10:15
                33373   MKT 165    Personal Effectiveness               TR       5:15    8:45       33001   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers          MW     10:00    12:45
                                                                                                    33003   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers          TR     10:30    12:45
                COMPuTER inFORMATiOn SYSTEMS                                                        32994   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers          MW      1:00    15:15
                CRn     COuRSE     Course name                          DAY START       EnD         33190   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers           R      5:30     7:45
                33414   CIS 103    Operating Systems Concepts           MW       8:00   11:50       33362   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers          MW      8:00    10:15
                33123   CIS 122    Installation and Maintenance        MTWR      1:00    3:00       33601   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers          TR     10:00    12:15
                33454   CIS 105    Program Design and Development       MW       5:30    7:45       33363   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers           R      5:30    10:00
                33120   CIS 106    Computer Concepts                    MW       8:00   10:14       33432   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers           T      5:30    10:00
                33121   CIS 106    Computer Concepts                    MW       5:30    7:45       33459   SCT 100    Introduction to Computers           M      5:30    10:00
                33164   CIS 106    Computer Concepts                   ONLINE
                33166   CIS 127    Advanced Word Processing            ONLINE                       ViDEO PRODuCTiOn ASSiSTAnT
                33300   CIS 149    Advanced C++ Programming             MW       8:00   11:50       CRn     COuRSE     Course name                        DAY START       EnD
                33129   CIS 1140   Networking Fundamentals              MW       5:30   10:00       33613   CIS 2802   Video Production II               TR    12:00     4:00
                33815   CIS 2105   Advanced Flash                       TBA      9:30   11:50       33820   CIS 2803   Video Production III              TR    12:00     4:00
                                                                                                8                          * Hybrid/Web-enhanced - On Campus Meetings Required
Technical & industrial Programs                                                  nAiL TECHniCiAn
                                                                                 CRn     COuRSE    Course name                          DAY START       EnD
                                                                                 33449   COS 100   Intro to Cos Theory                  M-R      8:30    9:45
AiR COnDiTiOninG TECHnOLOGY                                                      33661   COS 112   Manicuring & Pedicuring              M-R     11:00   12:00
CRn     COuRSE     Course name                        DAY START      EnD         33665   COS 117   Salon Shop Management                M-R      9:45   11:00
33954   ACT 100    Refrigeration Fundamentals         M-R     8:00    9:15       33662   COS 118   Nail Care I                          M-R      8:30   12:45
33955   ACT 101    Prin&Prac of Refrigeration         M-R     9:30   11:45       33448   COS 119   Nail Care II                         M- R     8:30   12:20
33956   ACT 102    Refrigeration Sys. Components      MW      1:15    3:00
33957   ACT 108    Air Cond. Sys. & Installation       R      1:00    4:00       CRiMinAL JuSTiCE
32728   ACT 111    Heat Pump/Related Systems          TR      9:00    3:50       CRn     COuRSE    Course name                          DAY START       EnD
33413   ACT 100    Refrigeration Fundamentals         M-R     6:00    7:15       32794   CRJ 101   Intro to Criminal Justice Tech       MW       8:00   10:29
32631   ACT 101    Refrigeration Fundamentals         MW      7:15   10:00       33411   CRJ 101   Intro to Criminal Justice Tech       M-F      8:00   10:30
32664   ACT 106    Elect. Control Sys. Components     TR      6:30   10:00       33825   CRJ 103   Corrections                           TR      8:00   10:29
32680   ACT 108    Air Cond. Sys. & Installation      M-R     7:00    9:00       32798   CRJ 104   Principles of Law Enforcement        MW      10:30   12:59
32854   ACT 111    Heat Pump/Related Systems          TR      7:00   10:00       33504   CRJ 162   Method of Criminal Investigation      TR     10:30   12:59
                                                                                 33832   CRJ 172   Introductory Forensic Science         TR      1:00    3:30
AuTO COLLiSiOn TECHnOLOGY                                                        33958   CRJ 202   Constitutional Law                   MW      10:30   12:59
CRn     COuRSE     Course name                        DAY START      EnD         33617   CRJ 202   Constitutional Law                  ONLINE
33861   ACR 1000   Safety                             M       8:00    9:00       33268   CRJ 206   Criminology                          MW       1:00    3:30
33863   ACR 1010   Auto Component Identification      M       9:30    2:30       33829   CRJ 206   Criminology                         ONLINE
33865   ACR 1020   Equip & Hand Tools Indent          M       3:00    5:00       33511   CRJ 207   Juvenile Justice                    ONLINE
33867   ACR 1040   Mechanical & Electrical Sys.        T      8:00   12:00       32807   CRJ 209   Criminal Justice Tech Prac/Int       M-F      8:00    4:00
33869   ACR 1050   Body Fiber, Plas& Rub Rep Tech      T      1:00    5:00       33270   CRJ 212   Ethics in Criminal Justice            TR     10:30   12:59




                                                                                                                                                            TECHniCAL & inDuSTRiAL
                                                      W       8:00   11:00       33676   CRJ 103    Corrections                          TR      6:00    8:30
33871   ACR 1060   Welding & Cutting                  W       1:00    5:00       33431   CRJ 104   Principles of Law Enforcement        MW       6:00    8:30
                                                      R       9:00    4:00       33968   CRJ 140   Cultural Perspective                  R       5:30   10:00
33872   ACR 1060   Welding & Cutting                  TR      5:00   10:00       33967   CRJ 163   Investigation of Evidence             W       5:30   10:00
33965   ACR 2270   Intro Adv. Sheet Metal             M       7:00   10:00
33966   ACR 2280   Frenching                          W       4:00   10:00       CuLinARY ARTS
                                                                                 CRn     COuRSE    Course name                          DAY START       EnD
AuTOMOTiVE TECHnOLOGY                                                            33849   CUL 129   Front of the House Service           TR      10:00   12:30
CRn     COuRSE     Course name                        DAY START      EnD         33833   CUL 116   Food Service Purchasing & Control    TR       5:00    8:30
32908   AUT 128    Fuel, Ignition & Emission          M-R     8:00   10:45       33605   CUL 121   Baking Principles I                  M-R      5:30    7:50
32918   AUT 134    Driveline                          M-R     2:00    4:00
32926   AUT 138    Manual Transmission/Transaxle      M-R    11:00   12:30       DRAFTinG TECHnOLOGY
32913   AUT 130    Automotive Brakes Sys               M      4:00   10:00       CRn     COuRSE    Course name                          DAY START       EnD
32916   AUT 132    Suspension & Steering Sys           T      4:00   10:00       32599   DDF 102   Size & Shape Description I           M-R      1:00    3:30
33984   AUT 214    Adv. Elect Controlled Brakes Sys    W      4:00   10:00       32681   DDS 205   Residential Arch Drawing I           M –R     7:00    9:30
32941   AUT 216    Adv. Elect Controlled Suspension    R      4:00   10:00       32686   DDS 208   Residential Arch Drawing II          M-R      9:30   12:00
                                                                                 33953   DDF 112   3-D Drawing & Modeling               M-R      1:00    3:30
COMMERCiAL TRuCK DRiVinG                                                         32677   DDS 204   Estimating                           M-R      9:30   10:45
CRn     COuRSE     Course name                        DAY START      EnD         32684   DDS 207   Mechanical System for Arch           M-R     10:45   12:00
33686   CTD 101    Fund Commercial Truck Driving      M-R     8:00    3:00       32731   DDF 112   3-D Drawing & Modeling                TR      6:00   10:00
33687   CTD 102    Basic Operations                   M-R     8:00    3:00
33688   CTD 103    Adv. Operation                     M-R     8:00    3:00       EnViROnMEnTAL HORTiCuLTuRE
                                                                                 CRn     COuRSE    Course name                          DAY START       EnD
COSMETOLOGY                                                                      32592   EHO 102   Herbaceous Plant Identification      MW       1:00    3:15
CRn     COuRSE     Course name                        DAY START      EnD         32600   EHO 104   Horticulture Construction            M-R      8:00    9:30
33334   COS 100    Intro to Cos Theory                M –R    8:00    9:10       32608   EHO 106   Landscape Design                     M-R      9:35   11:50
33339   COS 101    Intro to Perm Wave & Relaxing      TWR     9:15   10:25       32614   EHO 108   Pest Management                      M-R      8:00    9:05
33340   COS 103    Intro to Skin Scalp & Hair         M-R    10:35   11:25
33342   COS 105    Intro to Shampoo & Styling         M –R   11:30    1:00       EnViROnMEnTAL HORTiCuLTuRE - ExTEnDED DAY
33234   COS 106    Intro to Haircutting               M- R    2:00    3:00       CRn     COuRSE    Course name                          DAY START       EnD
33338   COS 112    Manicuring & Pedicuring            M-R     3:15    4:10       32653   EHO 100   Horticulture Science                 MW       6:00    8:15
33337   COS 113    Practicum I                        M-R     8:00    4:00       32661   EHO 104   Horticulture Construction            TR       6:00    9:10
33335   COS 114    Practicum II                       M-R     8:00    4:00       32611   EHO 107   Landscape Installation               TR       6:00    8:15
33346   COS 107    Hair Cutting Tech                  M-R     3:00    4:15
33319   COS 108    Perm Waving & Relaxing             M-R     4:15    5:15       FiRE SCiEnCE TECHnOLOGY
33320   COS 109    Hair Color                         M-R     5:15    7:15       CRn     COuRSE    Course name                          DAY START       EnD
33343   COS 110    Skin Scalp & Hair                  M-R     7:15    8:15       33623   FSC 102   Basic Fire Fighter                   TW       5:00   10:00
33341   COS 111    Styling                            M-R     8:15    9:30       33624   FSC 103   Basic Fire Fighter Module I          MW       5:00   10:00
33238   COS 113    Practicum I                        M-R     3:00   10:00       33137   FSC 106   Fire Prevention, Preparedness        M-R      5:00   10:00
33502   COS 114    Practicum II                       M –R    3:00   10:00       33138   FSC 107   Intro to Technical Rescue            TW       6:00   10:00
33329   COS 117    Salon Shop Management              M-R     3:00    4:15       33395   FSC 201   Fire Service Management               R       5:00   10:00

COSMETiC ESTHETiCiAn                                                             inDuSTRiAL ELECTRiCAL TECHnOLOGY
CRn     COuRSE     Course name                        DAY START      EnD         CRn     COuRSE    Course name                          DAY START       EnD
33328   EST 105    Color Theory & Makeup              M-R    12:00    3:00       32801   ELT 112   Variable Speed/Low Voltage Control M-R       10:00   11:50
33330   EST 106    Esthetics Practicum I              M-R     3:00    5:00       32810   ELT 118   Electrical Controls                   M-R     8:00    9:50
33331   EST 107    Esthetics Practicum II             M-R     3:00    5:00       32816   ELT 122   Industrial PLC’s                      M-W     1:00    4:10
33444   EST 100    Intro to Esthetics                 M-R     6:00   10:00       32840   IFC 100   Industrial Safety                      R      1:00    2:00
33445   EST 101    Anatomy & Physiology of Skin       M-R     6:00   10:00       33384   ELT 120   Residential Wiring I                  M-W     2:00    4:00
33446   EST 102    Skin Care Procedures               M-R     6:00   10:00       32899   ELT 112   Variable Speed/Low Voltage Control M-R        6:00   10:00
                                                                                 32904   ELT 117   National Electrical Code Indust. Appl M-R     6:00   10:00
                                                                                 32906   ELT 118   Electrical Controls                   M-R     6:00   10:00




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inDuSTRiAL SYSTEM TECHnOLOGY                                                       PRinTinG & GRAPHiCS TECHnOLOGY
CRn      COuRSE     Course name                         DAY START      EnD         CRn     COuRSE    Course name                         DAY START      EnD
32612    IDS 110    Fundamentals of Motor Controls      M-R    8:00    9:05        32770   PGT 101   Intro to Print Industry              R     12:15    2:45
32616    IDS 113    Magnetic Starters & Braking         M-R    9:15   10:20                                                               R      6:00    8:30
32618    IDS 115    Two-Control Circuits                M-R   10:30   11:35        33964   PGT 107   Color Digital Manipulation Scan     MW     12:00    5:00
33962    IDS 121    Adv Motor Controls                  M-R    1:00    3:20        32725   PGT 109   Color Digital Production            TR     12:00    5:00
33963    IDS 131    Variable Speed Motor Controls       M-R                        32755   PGT 122   Basic Offset Press II               M-R     8:00   10:30
32616    IDS 113    Magnetic Starting & Brakes          M-R    6:00   10:00        32764   PGT 128   Black & White Photo Manip & SC      MW     11:00    4:00
32700    IDS 141    Basic PLC’s                         M-R    6:00   10:00        32752   PGT 115   Image Output & Preflight            MW      4:00    9:00
32711    IDS 121    Pumps & Piping                      M-R    6:00   10:00
                                                                                   WELDinG TECHnOLOGY
MACHinE TOOL TECHnOLOGY                                                            CRn     COuRSE    Course name                         DAY START      EnD
CRn      COuRSE     Course name                         DAY START      EnD         32768   WLD 103   Blueprint Reading I                 M-R    10:45   12:00
32710    MCH 102    Blueprint Reading I                 M-R    9:15   10:30        33376   WLD 104   Shielded Metal Arc Weld I           M-R     8:00   10:45
32649    MCH 104    Machine Tool Math I                 M-R    8:00    9:15        32771   WLD 105   Shielded Metal Arc Weld II          M-R     8:00   10:45
32659    MCH 152    Industrial Machine App              M-R   10:30    1:00        32777   WLD 106   Shielded Metal Arc Weld III         M-R     8:00   10:45
32685    MCH 217    CNC Practical App                   M-R    1:30    3:30        32780   WLD 107   Shielded Metal Arc Weld IV          M-R     8:00   10:45
32698    MCH 107    Char of Metals & Heat Treat I       M-R    5:00    6:15        32883   WLD 108   Blueprint Reading II                M-R    10:45   12:00
32715    MCH 116    Mill Operation II                   M-R    6:15    8:45        32893   WLD 110   Gas Tungston Arc Welding            M-R     1:00    3:30
33460    MCH 105    Machine Tool Math II                M-R    7:45    9:00        32901   WLD 150   Adv. Gas Tungston Arc Welding       M-R     1:00    3:30
                                                                                   32921   WLD 104   Shielded Metal Arc Weld I           M-R     5:15    7:45
                                                                                   32922   WLD 105   Shielded Metal Arc Weld II          M –R    5:15    7:45
                                                                                   32923   WLD 106   Shielded Metal Arc Weld III         M-R     5:15    7:45
                        * Hybrid/Web-enhanced - On Campus Meetings Required        32924   WLD 107   Shielded Metal Arc Weld IV          M-R     5:15    7:45
                                                                                   32929   WLD 112   Prep for Indust Qualification       M-R     8:00   10:00


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                                                    April 1, 2010
        March 11, 2010                      Final New Student Advising,              April 6, 2010                                   April 8, 2010
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        New Student Advising,               Registration and Orientation
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                                                    April 5, 2010                           Calendar)
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             Workforce Development Center
Winter Quarter                                                                    33651
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                                                                                          COS 112
                                                                                          COS 113
                                                                                                     Manicuring & Pedicuring
                                                                                                     Practicum I
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CRn     COuRSE     Course name                       DAY START       EnD          33239   COS 114    Practicum II                        M-R    3:00    9:00
33140   ACC 1101   Principles of Accounting I          MW     6:00   10:00        33323   COS 115    Practicum/Internship III            M-R    3:00    9:00
33390   AHS 1011   Anatomy and Physiology               TR    5:30    7:45        33332   COS 116    Practicum/Internship IIII           M-R    3:00    9:00
33208   AHS 103    Nutrition & Diet Therapy             W     5:30    7:30        33325   COS 117    Salon Management                    M-R    4:30    5:45
33577   AHS 104    Introduction to Healthcare          M-R   10:00   11:15        33826   CRJ 104    Principles of Law Enforcememnt      TR     6:00    8:30
33210   AHS 109    Medical Terminology                  TR    1:00    2:30        33594   EMP 1000   Interper. Rel. and Profess Devel.    W     1:00    4:00
33213   BUS 1100   Introduction to Keyboarding          TR    5:30    7:45        33595   EMP 1000   Interper. Rel. and Profess Devel.    W     5:30    8:30
33580   BUS 1100   Introduction to Keyboarding         MW     8:15   10:45        33590   ENG 0096   Remedial English II                 MW     5:30    7:45
33582   BUS 1120   Document Processing and Proofreading TR    1:00    3:30        33591   ENG 0097   Learning Support English III        MW     5:30    7:45
33217   BUS 1130   Document Processing                  TR    5:30   10:00        33592   ENG 1010   Fundamentals of English I           TR     1:15    3:30
33584   BUS 1130   Document Processing                 MW     8:00   12:00        33593   ENG 1010   Fundamentals of English I            T     5:30   10:00
33587   BUS 1240   Office Procedures                    TR    8:00   12:00        33071   ENG 1012   Fundamentals of English II           R     5:30    7:45
33834   BUS 2150   Presentation Applications           MW     5:30    7:30        33778   MAT 0096   Learning Support Math II            TR     7:45   10:00
33589   CNA 100    Patient Care Fundamentals           MTR    8:00   12:00        33779   MAT 0097   Learning Support Math III           TR     7:45   10:00
33228   CNA 100    Patient Care Fundamentals           MTR    4:00    8:00        33597   MAT 1012   Foundations of Mathematics          MW    12:30    2:45
33223   COS 100    Introduction to Cos Theory          M-R    3:00   10:00        33596   MAT 1012   Foundations of Mathematics          TR     5:30    7:45
33226   COS 101    Intro to Perm Wave & Relaxing       M-R    3:00   10:00                MAT 1012   Foundations of Mathematics          MW    10:00   12:15
33227   COS 103    Intro to Skin Scalp & Hair          M-R    3:00   10:00        33614   PSY 1010   Basic Psychology                     R     5:30   10:00
33229   COS 105    Intro to Shampoo & Styling          M-R    3:00   10:00        33598   RDG 0096   Remedial Reading II                 MW     7:45   10:00
33232   COS 106    Intro to Haircutting                M-R    3:00   10:00        33599   RDG 0097   Learning Support Reading III        MW     7:45   10:00
33603   COS 107    Haircutting Techniques              M-R    3:00   10:00        33221   SCT 100    Intro to Computers                  MW     5:30    7:45
33604   COS 108    Perm Waving & Relaxing              M-R    3:00   10:00        33600   SCT 100    Intro to Computers                  MW     1:15    3:30
33345   COS 109    Hair Color                          M-R    3:00   10:00                SCT 100    Intro to Computers                  TR     1:15    3:30
33321   COS 110    Skin, Scalp & Hair                  M-R    3:00   10:00                SCT 100    Intro to Computers                  TR    10:00   12:15



                                         229-549-7368 31647
33322   COS 111    Styling                             M-R    3:00   10:00                              * Hybrid/Web-enhanced - On Campus Meetings Required




                                   1676 North Elm Street • Sparks, Georgia
                                                  cookcenter@valdostatech.edu




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  Applying For Financial Aid                                                     Admission/Readmission
          2009-2010
1. Gather the information
                                                                                                    STEPS
    FAFSA PIN (Apply for PIN # at www.pin.ed.gov)                            General Admission Requirements: Students must be 16
                                                                             years of age and have a valid high school diploma or GED (some
    2008 Tax returns
                                                                             specified programs do not require a high school diploma or may
    Value of assets, investments, businesses, investment farms, cash,        require the applicant to be older at time of program admittance).
    savings, & checking
                                                                             q   Complete and sign an Application for Admission/
    Amount of untaxed income i.e. TANF, SSI, Child Support, etc…
                                                                                 Readmission and pay a one-time, non-refundable $15.00
    Social Security Number and Birth Date                                        application fee. Applications may be obtained at the
    Marital Status Date                                                          Admissions Office or may be filled out and submitted online
                                                                                 through our website at www.valdostatech.edu/admissions/app_
  To be considered an independent student, you must meet at least                form.asp or through www.gacollege411.org.
                one of the following requirements:
                                                                                 Be certain to fully and accurately answer all the residency
                       Married                                                   questions on the application. This information is used to
                 At Least 24 Years Old                                           determine tuition rates and financial aid eligibility. Verification
                                                                                 may be required for: Non-U.S. Citizens, active-duty military or
                Have Dependent Children                                          military dependents, students under age 24 and other instances
                                                                                 where residency is in question.
2. Apply
                                                                             q   Submit official, sealed high school or GED and all college
    Option 1: Apply on-line at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Valdosta                        transcripts. Opened transcripts are not valid.
    Technical College’s school code is 005256. Pre-application
    worksheets are available through the Office of Financial Aid and         q   Return completed application packet to the Admissions
    under the Financial Aid tab at the Valdosta Technical College                Office, Building 100 , Room 106, at main campus or one of
    website to assist you in gathering the information necessary for             our satellite locations or mail to Valdosta Technical College,
    the on-line application.                                                     Admissions, 4089 Val Tech Road, Valdosta, GA 31602. To
                                                                                 expedite the admissions process, applicants should submit a
    Option 2: Students who do not wish to apply for Pell may                     completed package at time of application, including all official
    complete a HOPE Application on-line at www.GACollege411.                     transcripts.
    org. Instructions for applying online are available in the Office
    of Financial Aid and the Valdosta Technical College website              q   Take the Compass placement test or submit valid ACT, SAT
    under Financial Aid.                                                         or CPE scores (applicants must have a valid picture ID to test).
                                                                                 Transfer students with appropriate English and Math courses
    Option 3: Students needing assistance completing the financial               may not be required to test.
    aid application may visit the Office of Financial Aid to apply
    electronically.                                                          q   Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
                                                                                 (FAFSA) or HOPE Scholarship/Grant application. The
                                                                                 FAFSA is the application for both the Federal Pell grant AND
3. Follow up on correspondence from VTC                                          the HOPE Scholarship/Grant; the application is available online
    You will receive correspondence from Valdosta Technical
                                                                                 at www.fafsa.ed.gov. To apply for HOPE Scholarship/Grant
    College after your financial aid application is received. Please
                                                                                 ONLY, visit www.gacollege411.org and complete a profile and
    submit any documents requested by the college as soon as
                                                                                 HOPE application. Visit our website at www.valdostatech.edu/
    possible to avoid delays in awarding financial aid. An award
                                                                                 finaid/index.asp for additional information.
    letter indicates that you have successfully completed the
    financial aid process.
                                                                                       if you have any questions, please visit
                                                                                     our website at www.valdostatech.edu or
FinAnCiAL AiD PRiORiTY DATES                                                            contact the Admissions Office on the
                                                                                           Main Campus at 229-333-2100
    Spring Quarter 2010 — March 26, 2010
                                                                                   or one of our satellite campuses noted below.
NOTE: Financial aid applications submitted after priority date               Services to Students with Disabilities are provided to assist students
will be processed, but funds may not be available on the first day           with documented disabilities in meeting their educational goals. To
of classes to apply towards tuition or to purchase books. Students           ensure that appropriate services are provided timely, please contact
submitting a financial aid application after priority date should be                      the Coordinator of Special Populations at
prepared to self-pay fees. Once financial aid is awarded, student may          (229) 333-5368 as soon as possible concerning accommodation
be eligible for reimbursement.                                               requests for placement testing and coursework. Students attending
                                                                              the Cook County Workforce Development Center should contact
        For more information, you may contact us at:                                       Jennifer Washington at (229) 549-7368.
            Office of Financial Aid 229-333-2107



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Raise your hand if you or someone
   you know needs their GED!
 There are estimated to be 24,879 adults over the ages of 25 who do not have a high school
 diploma or GED living in Berrien, Brooks, Cook, Echols, Lanier and Lowndes counties.




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Valdosta Technical College Adult Education Services
                   Do not let earning a GED stand in the way of success!
                 There are adult education programs that fit anyone’s needs.
     Classes offered include: Reading, Writing, Math, English as a Second Language (ESL)
                                    and GED preparation.
 Locations include: Berrien, Brooks, Cook, Echols, Lanier, and Lowndes counties.

                                new Programs!
                                       Fast Track
          A 3-1/2 week program to prepare individuals to take the GED Exam.
                                   GED at a Distance
              An online program where individuals can study at their own pace,
                    from their own home to prepare for the GED Exam.
                                        GEAR uP
        Working toward a GED is just the first step. This program helps with the
        college admission process, obtaining financial aid, and getting individuals
                  in college level programs while working on their GED.

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                                                       Economic Development
                  Continuing Education Courses                                                                      FLORAL DESiGn/ARRAnGinG
                                                                                                                    Whether you want to begin a new career or enhance your skills for a hobby,
                                                                                                                    you’ll love this fun class in floral design with Valdosta Greenhouse’s designer
                  COnVERSATiOnAL SPAniSH                                                                            Nan Duckworth                          .                                        Fee: $45
                  LEVEL 1                                                                                           Spring            Thursdays            4/15-4/29                           6:00-8:00 pm
                  In our ever changing world, bilingual skills are needed more than ever. Can you
                  communicate using even the most basic phrases? If not, join Jerry Wilcox for a course             CAKE DECORATinG AT PuBLix BAKERY
                  that will focus on helping you to reach the growing Hispanic population.                          Join Master Decorator Tim Reeves for a delightful cake decorating workshop in the
                  APPROVED FOR 2 PLU CREDITS.                                                   Fee: $85            Publix Bakery. The class is hands on with lots of personal attention. Impress your
                  Spring           Thursdays           4/15-6/3                            6:00-8:30 pm             family and friends with your new skills in decorating cakes using leaf petals, borders,
                           TAKE SPEED SPAniSH OnLinE! Visit: www.ed2go.com/valtech                                  roses, rosebuds, drop flowers and messages - plus so much more! This class is offered 3
                                                                                                                    times per quarter with only 2 students per session.                             Fee: $25
                  inTRODuCTiOn TO CROCHETinG (LEVEL 1)                                                              Spring
                                                                                                                    Option I         Monday             4/26                              7:00 am-10:00 am
                  Curious about crocheting? Take this class and learn the basics, even how to crochet
                                                                                                                    Option II        Tuesday            4/27                              7:00 am-10:00 am
                  a wash cloth! Learn terminology, basic single & double crocheting and how to read
                                                                                                                    Option III       Wednesday          4/28                              7:00 am-10:00 am
                  patterns. Bring a size H or size I crochet hook and 1 ball of yarn in worsted weight
                  acrylic or cotton (cotton is preferred for a wash cloth) in a light color
                  (no variegated yarns).
                                                                                                                    EVERYDAY REAL WORLD PAinTinG WiTH RuDY REiD
                  instructor: Doris Sturm                                                         Fee $25           The art of painting becomes a door to creativity that allows change in color and mood
                                                                                                                    inside or outside the home. In this course we will focus attention on challenges that
COnTinuinG EDuCATiOn




                  Spring           Tuesdays             4/20 &4/27                          6:00 – 7:30pm
                                                                                                                    face today’s residential painter or non-professional painter, such as product knowledge,
                  CROCHETinG (LEVEL 2)                                                                              cost estimating process, quality control, scheduling, maintenance, and personnel. Book
                                                                                                                    included in fee.                     .                                          Fee: $65
                  Your crochet hook can be your best friend in a project! Take this next level to learn
                                                                                                                    Spring           Mondays             4/5-4/19                              6:00-8:00 pm
                  even more about crocheting.
                  instructor: Doris Sturm                                                          Fee $25
                  Spring          Tuesdays          5/4 & 5/11                              6:00 – 7:30pm
                                                                                                                    DRiVER’S EDuCATiOn
                                                                                                                    This course emphasizes safe driving techniques for young inexperienced drivers.
                  CROCHETinG (LEVEL 3)                                                                              Students must have a valid learner’s permit by the first day of class. The course
                                                                                                                    includes 30 hours of class instruction and approximately 6 additional hours (scheduled
                  Moving on up! Get more comfortable with your skills, learn new stitches,
                                                                                                                    separately) of on the road experience. Most insurance companies give a reduction
                  explore different patterns, perhaps start a scarf or baby blanket. Instructor will
                                                                                                                    (approximately 10%) on insurance premiums upon successful completion. Limited to
                  provide information to find inexpensive, even free patterns on the internet.
                                                                                                                    24 students.                                                                   Fee: $250
                  instructor: Doris Sturm                                                            Fee $25
                                                                                                                    Spring
                  Spring           Tuesdays           5/18 & 5/25                           6:00 – 7:30 pm                           Saturdays           5/1-5/22                               8:30-4:30 pm

                  HiGH SCHOOL LEADERSHiP & ETiQuETTE                                                                6-HOuR DRiVinG COuRSE W/ OnLinE CERTiFiCATiOn
                         The return to traditional values has brought about an increased appreciation of            Student must present proof of completion of the Department of Driver Services (DDS)
                          civility. A foundation of good manners and leadership skills give young people            online program. Parent must be present to set up driving schedule and student must
                           of all ages an opportunity to learn and practice-now and for the rest of their           have a valid learner’s permit. There is a $50 fee to reschedule any missed session and it
                            lives. This fun and informative program includes role-playing exercises and             must be paid in advance of the rescheduled session.                  Fee: $35 per hour
                             a workbook for each student to keep as a guide. Topics covered include:                Hours: (by appointment only)
                              Introducing Yourself, Handshaking with All Ages, Developing Confidence
                               in Meeting New Acquaintances, Meetings and Introductions, Dining Savoir-             PRiVATE DRiVinG LESSOnS
                            Faire, and Table Savvy.                                                                 Students who wish to have private driving lessons to improve their skills may take this
                          Minimum Enrollment: 8 Students                                            Fee $75         course. You must have a valid learner’s permit or driver’s license.
                         Spring Call for Dates                                                                      Hours: (by appointment only) Minimum of two hours.                  Fee: $35 per hour

                  BASiC DiGiTAL PHOTOGRAPHY                                                                         DEFEnSiVE DRiVinG
                  Get an insider’s view of digital photography from Valdosta Daily                                  This course provides the information on safe driving techniques as well as how to
                  Times’ award winning photographer, Paul Leavy. Bring your own point-                              recognize and avoid hazards. Most insurance companies give a premium reduction (up
                  and-shoot digital camera. APPROVED FOR 1 PLU CREDIT.                                              to 10%) after the completion of this course.
                                                                                                  Fee: $75          (Please note that this course can not be used
                  Spring           Thursdays          4/22 - 5/20                            6:45-8:45 pm           for point reduction.)                                                        Fee: $45
                       TAKE DiGiTAL PHOTOGRAPHY OnLinE! Visit: www.ed2go.com/valtech                                Spring
                                                                                                                    Option I         Mon & Tues          4/12 & 4/13                     6:30 pm-9:30 pm
                  WEDDinG PLAnninG                                                                                  Option II        Saturday            5/15                            9:00 am-4:00 pm
                  Wedding bells are ringing! Join experienced wedding planner, Vicky Watts, as she                  Option III       Mon & Tues          6/14 & 6/15                     6:30 pm-9:30 pm
                  helps you plan the most exciting moments of your life. This course will discuss: do’s
                  and don’ts, a wedding checklist, music, flowers, rental items, stationery, bakeries,              BEGinninG SHAG
                  transportation, and much more. This also includes 2 field trips to local stores and we            Don’t let this wedding season go by without marking “Learn to Shag” off your list.
                  will round out the fun while you learn how to make it elegant from beginning to end.              Join instructor Beth Downs for a 4 week course in Shag dancing, and you’ll learn the
                                                                                                   Fee: $45         basic, the turns, the pretzel, and more. You’ll knock your sweetheart’s socks off on the
                  Spring           Mondays            4/5-4/26                                6:30-8:00 pm          dance floor when we’re through! Minimum Enrollment: 4 couples
                                                                                                                    Location: Bldg 500, Conference Center                             Fee: $85 per couple
                  AMERiCAn SiGn LAnGuAGE                                                                            Spring             Tuesdays          4/20 - 5/11                         6:30 - 8:00 pm
                  Learn to communicate with the hearing impaired quickly and easily. Class includes
                  lots of practice. Perfect for translating for churches or beneficial to teachers in the            *nEW* PiLATES CLASS
                  classroom! Book included in price. Enrollment limited to 20 students! APPROVED                    Improve core control, balance, and strength without building bulk with instructor
                  FOR 2 PLU CREDITS.                                               Fee: $85 (includes book)         Meggin Van Hook. Beginners, intermediate, and advanced will participate in a series
                  Spring            Tuesdays             4/13-6/15                           6:00 pm-8:00 pm        of controlled, fluid movements done in sequence to integrate large and small muscle
                                                                                                                    groups.           Minimum of 7 Participants                          12 classes for $35
                  LAnDSCAPE DESiGn                                                                                  Join the class at anytime!
                  Want to make your home and yard beckon to be entered? Give it real curb appeal with                                 Tuesdays and Thursdays                           12:00 pm-12:50 pm
                  these easy and great landscaping techniques as VTC’s Horticulture Coordinator, Kerry
                  Watts shows you how.                                                        Fee: $25
                                  Saturday            4/24                              9:30-11:00 am
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MOnTH BY MOnTH GARDEninG CALEnDAR
This course is a must for all your gardening desires! Kerry Watts, VTC Horticulture
                                                                                                  Business and industry Training
Coordinator will walk you through the beautifully landscaped world that horticulturists           SERVSAFE
dream of . . . month-by-month. After taking this course, you’ll know which type of
                                                                                                  Legislation requires that at least one staff member of each food service facility in the
plants need planting ahead of time, so you can plan ahead to create your own floral
                                                                                                  state of Georgia be certified by the ServSafe program in health and safety occupations.
fantasyland - year round. He’ll offer expert advice and explain step-by-step the growth
                                                                                                  This course meets the industry standard.                    Fee: $165 (includes books)
timelines each type of plant requires, producing your best landscape ever.     Fee: $25
                                                                                                  Spring
Saturday         3/6                 9:30-11:00 am
                                                                                                  Option I         Tues & Wed           4/13 & 4/14                          8:30-5:30 pm
                                                                                                  Option II        Tues & Wed           6/1 & 6/2                            8:30-5:30 pm
COnTAinER GARDEn
A container garden requires a little different style care than a garden in the ground. It         REAL ESTATE SALES PRE-LiCEnSinG COuRSE
is simply a form of gardening that uses containers instead of ground to hold the plants.
                                                                                                  Whether your interest in real estate is personal or professional, join us to learn real
Even if you don’t have a yard, you can enjoy the benefits of having plants in and
                                                                                                  estate theory, concepts and applications. After completing this course and meeting
around your living space. Bring in your own 9 x 12 size container.                Fee: $25
                                                                                                  other requirements as mandated by the Georgia Real Estate Commission, you will be
Saturday         5/22                9:30-11:00 am
                                                                                                  qualified to take the Georgia Real Estate Examinations for Salespersons.
                                                                                                                                                                Fee: $475 (includes book)
         GEORGiA DEPARTMEnT OF DRiVER SERViCES
                                                                                                                    Call for dates!
    MOTORCYCLE SAFETY PROGRAM                                                                     COnTinuinG EDuCATiOn - PLuMBERS
                  To Register for either of the below courses, go to:
                   https://online.dds.ga.gov/motorcycle/index.aspx                                Need those mandatory continuing education credits? This course will provide an
                                                                                                  excellent opportunity to gain valuable information and fulfill the four-hour mandated
                                                                                                  education training requirements of the Georgia State Licensing Board. A four-hour
The Basic Course (BRC)                                                                            continuing education certificate is awarded upon successful completion of these
In this course, you’ll learn how to operate a motorcycle safely, with emphasis on the




                                                                                                                                                                                              COnTinuinG EDuCATiOn
                                                                                                  courses.                                                    Fee: $55 (includes dinner)
special skills and mental attitudes necessary for dealing with traffic. GMSP Coaches
                                                                                                                   Thursday, 5/20                                    Dinner: 5:30-6:00 pm
will start you off with straight-line riding, turning, shifting and stopping. You’ll
                                                                                                                                                                  Seminar: 6:00-10:00 pm
gradually progress to cornering, swerving and emergency braking. In the classroom
you’ll learn about the different types of motorcycles, their characteristics, and how they
                                                                                                  COnTinuinG EDuCATiOn FOR ELECTRiCiAnS
operate. The GMSP Coaches, all experienced motorcyclists, will advise you on what
                                                                                                  Need those mandatory continuing education credits? This course will provide an
to wear for comfort, visibility and protection. You’ll find out how alcohol and other
                                                                                                  excellent opportunity to gain valuable information and fulfill the four-hour mandated
drugs affect your ability to ride safely. A very important segment of the course will
                                                                                                  education training requirements of the Georgia State Licensing Board. A four-hour
show you how to create your own strategy for riding in traffic, and how to deal with
                                                                                                  continuing education certificate is awarded upon successful completion of these
critical situations. The course concludes with a knowledge test and an on-cycle skill
                                                                                                  courses.                                                    Fee: $55 (includes dinner)
evaluation. The Basic Course requires no experience and we provide a motorcycle for
                                                                                                  Tuesday          5/25                Dinner: 5:30-6:00 pm       Seminar: 6:00-10:00 pm
you. Enrollment fee; $250.00 (Out-of-state fee; $350.00) nonrefundable
                                                                                                  FORKLiFT SAFETY
The Experienced Course (ERC)                                                                      This course is designed to teach individuals safe forklift operation procedures.
Even if you’ve
                                                                                                  Presentation is through lecture, discussion, written tests, and hands-on training. Topics
been riding for
                                                                                                  covered include operation and safety checklists, OSHA regulations and safe driving
some time, there’s
                                                                                                  practices. Students practice driving a sit-down forklift and are required to complete a
always something
                                                                                                  driving course.
new to learn.
                                                                                                     Dates and Times for this course can be customized to your company’s needs.
Increasing numbers
                                                                                                                         Call 229-333-2122 for more information.
of seasoned riders
are attending
                                                                                                  LEARn TO SPEAK “GEEK”
Experienced
Courses to hone                                                                                   Want to be more familiar with the internet and the Digital World Instructor Thomas
their skills and fine-                                                                            Ieracitano will guide you to the new digital life.
tune the mental                                                                                   Basic Course
skills needed for                                                                                 Get an email address and a web site from free to $10/year! So, you just bought a new
survival in traffic.                                                                              computer - now what? Find out the best Windows apps for your new PC. Find out why
The Experienced                                                                                   that computer is so slow and learn about a good security starter kit.         Fee: $49
Course is a one-day                                                                               Spring           Call for dates
workshop designed                                                                                 intermediate Course
to improve                                                                                        Learn about text messaging, Social Networks, Linkedin, Plaxo, Facebook & Twitter.
your skills in braking, evasive maneuvers and turning. It provides the experienced                Learn about blogs and newsletters - i.e. Constant Contact                     Fee: $49
motorcyclist with “street strategies” necessary for survival. And you do it on your               Spring           Call for dates
motorcycle.
Enrollment fee; $150.00 (Out-of-state fee; $250.00) nonrefundable
    * Motorcycle Safety is taught in Mobile unit #1 Located Behind Building 200
                                                                                                  Medical & Health Care Training
Childcare Continuing Education Courses                                                            COMMuniTY CPR
                                                                                                  4 hour training session in adult CPR: The student learns to access the EMS system and
CHiLD ABuSE AWAREnESS                                                                             is instructed on the techniques to apply before EMS arrives. CPR certification received
Childcare providers, directors and instructors are required by law to report any                  upon successful completion of the course.                                     Fee: $35
suspicion of child abuse. Do you know the signs?                                Fee: $15          Spring            Thursday           4/1                                6:00-10:00 pm
instructor: Joan Everitt
Spring           Thursday, 4/22      6:30 – 8:30 pm (2 clock hours)                               CPR REnEWAL
                                                                                                  Check your card! It may expire soon. You must show current CPR card to register for
DiSEASE COnTROL                                                                                   this class.                                                                Fee: $30
This course provides instruction on basic hygiene for daycare centers.                            Spring         Monday             4/5                                 6:00-9:00 pm
instructor: Joan Everitt                                                        Fee: $25
Spring          Thursday, 5/6       5:30 – 9:30 pm (4 clock hours)                                CPR FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSiOnALS
                                                                                                  This 8-hour training session includes adult, child and infant CPR. American Safety &
BASiC nuTRiTiOn                                                                                   Health certification is given to those who successfully complete this course. Fee: $60
This course is designed for those responsible for preparing and serving food in a                 Spring            Tues & Wed          4/6-4/7                            6:00-10:00 pm
childcare program.
Instructor: Joan Everitt                                                       Fee: $25
Spring           Thursday, 5/20     5:30 – 9:30 pm (4 clock hours)

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                  PEDiATRiC/ inFAnT CPR                                                                              inTRODuCTiOn TO MS WORD 2007
                  Learn the didactic principles and practical concepts of clearing obstructed airways in             Learn the basic topics of word processing and how to enhance the appearance of
                  conscious and unconscious children. Pediatric Life Support Methods are taught.                     documents using formatting features, creating auto text features, using wizards and
                                                                                                  Fee: $35           templates, and inserting graphics.                                            Fee: $55
                  Spring           Saturday           5/8                              8:00 am - 12:00 pm            Spring           Wednesday         4/21                                9:00 am-4:00 pm

                  PEDiATRiC FiRST AiD                                                                                LEARninG ViSTA
                  Learn basic principles of first aid and safety with techniques for staying calm during an          Learn the difference from Microsoft’s new Vista operating system and Windows XP! In
                  emergency situation and the training for taking appropriate action.             Fee: $35           this course, students will familiarize themselves with the basics of personal computers,
                  Spring          Saturday              5/8                                12:30 – 4:30 pm           customize Windows Vista, and manage files and folders. Learn what type of computer
                           *Take both Pediatric/Infant CPR and Pediatric First Aid                                   you will need to run Vista and if you should upgrade.                           Fee: $25
                                        together on 5/8 for only $60.                                                inTERnET SAFETY FOR PAREnTS
                  BASiC FiRST AiD AnD SAFETY                                                                         This is a great class for parents who don’t know what their kids are doing or what they
                                                                                                                     are capable of doing on the internet. Find out what you should tell your kids about the
                  This is designed specifically for those who may not be first aid certified, but may be
                                                                                                                     internet and how to check their computer.                                      Fee: $20
                  first on the scene of an accident. American Safety & Health certification is given to
                                                                                                                     Saturday          3/13                9:30-11:30 am
                  those who sucessfully comlete this course.                                       Fee: $35
                  Spring            Thursday           4/8                                   6:00-10:00 pm           BuYinG AnD SELLinG On EBAY
                                                                                                                     Topics covered in this course will include, but are not limited to, creating your listing,
                  Computer Training (non-Credit)                                                                     posing pictures, payment options, the best and least expensive way to ship your items,
                                                                                                                     researching and finding items to sell on eBay.                                   Fee: $55
                                                                                                                     Spring           Saturday            3/6                                    9:00-2:00 pm
COnTinuinG EDuCATiOn




                  COMPuTER KEYBOARDinG
                  Designed for people who are either unfamiliar with a computer keyboard or would
                  like to improve their keyboarding skills and typing speed. APPROVED FOR 1 PLU
                                                                                                                          TAKE COMPuTER CLASSES OnLinE!
                  CREDIT.                                                                    Fee: $85                         Visit: www.ed2go.com/valtech
                  Mon & Wed        4/26-5/5          6:00-9:00 pm

                  inTRODuCTiOn TO COMPuTERS                                                                          Lunch ‘n’ Learn
                  This user friendly course will introduce the importance of computers, file organization,
                  and other functions in a simple easy-to-follow format. APPROVED FOR 1 PLU                          TERRiFiC TEAMWORK
                  CREDIT.                                                                        Fee: $85
                                                                                                                     • Understanding communication styles
                  Spring
                                                                                                                     • Dealing with conflict within a team
                  Option I         Tues & Thurs        5/25-6/8                             6:00-9:00 pm
                                                                                                                     • Showing consideration to all team members
                                                                                                                                                                                 Fee: $25 (fee includes lunch)
                  inTRODuCTiOn TO MS ExCEL 2007                                                                      Friday                   April 16, 2010          11:30 - 1:00 pm
                  Learn how to use a spreadsheet to keep track of financial data or any other kind of alpha
                  numeric data. Will cover the following: creating/saving/editing a worksheet, using basic           FunDAMEnTALS OF ExCELLEnT CuSTOMER SERViCE
                  formulas and functions, sharing data, formatting a worksheet, using multiple sheets,
                                                                                                                     • What do customers expect
                  moving and copying data, creating and modifying charts, and printing worksheets.
                                                                                                                     • The message you are sending a customer
                                                                                                 Fee: $55
                                                                                                                     • Presenting a positive first impression
                  Spring          Wednesday          4/28                                   9:00-4:00 pm
                                                                                                                                                                                 Fee: $25 (fee includes lunch)
                                                                                                                     Friday                   April 2, 2010           11:30 - 1:00 pm
                  inTRODuCTiOn TO MS ACCESS 2007
                  Learn relational database design. Topics covered include: creating databases, creating             PROFESSiOnAL TELEPHOnE ETiQuETTE
                  tables, creating & utilizing queries, creating/using/enhancing forms, sorting data,
                                                                                                                     • Professional greeting
                  filtering data, creating switchboard forms and printing data in different formats.
                                                                                                                     • Paint a positive picture
                                                                                                  Fee: $55
                                                                                                                     • Call management techniques
                  Spring             Wednesday          5/5                              9:00 am - 4:00 pm
                                                                                                                                                                                 Fee: $25 (fee includes lunch)
                                                                                                                     Friday                   May 7, 2010             11:30 - 1:00 pm
                  ADVAnCED ExCEL 2007
                  Topics may include: learning to use named ranges, working with advanced formulas                   THE DiFFiCuLT CuSTOMER CHALLEnGE
                  and functions, linking cells across worksheets and workbooks, protecting worksheet
                                                                                                                     • Proper approach to conflict
                  data, sort, outline and filter lists, creating and utilizing PIVOT tables and merging data
                                                                                                                     • How do customers feel
                  into other Microsoft programs. Pre-requisite: Intro to Excel or equivalent experience.
                                                                                                                     • Positive approaches to anger and frustration
                                                                                                     Fee: $55
                                                                                                                                                                                 Fee: $25 (fee includes lunch)
                  Spring            Wednesday              5/12                                 9:00-4:00 pm
                                                                                                                     Friday                   June 4, 2010            11:30 - 1:00 pm




                                                                                                           Customized Contract Training
                                                                                                                     What are your training needs?
                                                                                           Customized Training is training specifically designed to meet your company’s individual
                                                                                           needs when you need it! It can include, but is not limited to, training consultation,
                                                                                           training analysis, course development, and instruction. The training can take place in your
                                                                                           company’s facilities, at Valdosta Technical College, or another appropriate site.
                                                                                           The costs of training varies depending on courses taught but usually range around $100
                                                                                           per hour for up to 20 participants. Customized, on-site training is available for most of
                                                                                           our offerings. Whether it’s supervisory development, customer service training, computer
                                                                                           training, technical skills, or industrial safety we can provide training with a custom fit.
                                                                                              For more information about Contract Training call 229-333-2122.
                                                                                                

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           AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
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       in OnE year!                                                                                     held company offering an accelerated
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                                                                                                         through Valdosta Technical College.
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                                                                                                       Offering monthly enrollment, on-the-job-
                                                                                                        training and job placement assistance.




     WOuLD YOu LOVE TO TEACH A COnTinuinG EDuCATiOn CLASS?
                     If you have a talent, skill or hobby that you would like to share with others,
            call 229.259.5191 to discuss options for starting a class at Valdosta Technical College Today!




                                         GREATOpportunities!
                            Continuing Education Online
   Education to Go GET PLu’s!
   We offer a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely over the Internet. All of our courses include expert instructors, many of whom
   are nationally known authors. Our online courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and geared just for you. Are you ready to explore our catalog? Go to
   www.ed2go.com/valtech for more information!
   Gatlin Education Services
   Online open enrollment programs designed to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional level positions for many in-demand occupations. Our
   programs are designed by a team of professionals from each respective field, who work to provide the most effective web-based learining experience available
   today. Instructors/mentors are actively involved in your online learning experience. They respond to any question or concern, as well as encourage and
   motivate you to succeed. Courses offered include but are not limited to Healthcare and Fitness, Business and Professional, IT and Software Development,
   Management and Corporate, Media and Design, Hospitality and Gaming, Skilled Trades and Industrial. Please visit our website for more information or to
   register at www.gatlineducation.com/valtech.
   Real Estate Education Online
   Valdosta Technical College’s Georgia Real Estate Education Courses lets you study from your home or office to fulfill your requirements quickly,
   conveniently, and easily. We offer online courses in Real Estate Pre-license, Post-license, Broker License, GA Appraiser, Home Inspection and Continuing
   Education. Our online courses save you time, money, and effort. www.valdostatech.edu/coned/online.asp

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                                      B. E. L. A. Y.
                                      Becoming Exceptional Leaders and Youth Volunteers
                                       L E A D E R S H i P                    A C A D E M Y
        “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.”   John Quincy Adams

We are proud to announce that Valdosta Technical
College has graduated two classes from BELAY
Academy and now it’s your chance to be a part of this
fun, adventurous and exciting program.

This week-long day camp focuses on building
leadership skills through team-building exercises
centered around our outdoor ROPES/Challenge
course, and helps participants foster a sense of
service to our community through volunteer efforts
in conjunction with the Greater Valdosta United Way.
An example day consists of morning activities on
the Challenge Course, Lunch ‘n’ Network, and an
afternoon focused on leadership, community projects,
and individual enrichment. The camp targets rising
6th through 9th graders with activities geared towards
11 to 14 year olds.


                                           Dates: June 21st -25th • Time: 8:30am-5:00pm
                                      Drop off from 8:00-8:30am / Pick up from 5:00-5:30pm
                                      Cost: $199 /includes lunch, 2 daily snacks, and a t-shirt
                 Space is limited to the first 25 registered. Call today 229-333-2122!


                                                  Valdosta Technical College
                                                   Ropes Challenge Course
                            is the perfect place to show groups, organizations, and
                                     companies how to soar to new heights.
                                                 •	     Teambuilding
                                                 •	     Leadership	Skills
                                                 •	     Work	Ethics
                                                 •	     Handling	Difficult	Situations
                                                 •	     Communication	Skills
                                                 •	     Critical	Thinking

                     For	more	information	about	Valdosta	Technical	College’s	
                                    Ropes/ Challenge Course
                                    Call 229-333-2122 today!
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                                                                                       REGISTRATION FORM FOR
                                                                                    CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES

  Course I will Attend: ________________________________________________________ Course Date:____________________ Fee: $ _______

  Course I will Attend: ________________________________________________________ Course Date:____________________ Fee: $ _______

  Last Name: ___________________________ First Name:_________________________M.I.____________ SSN: ________-________-________

  Street Address: __________________________________________________ City: _________________ State:                                                                              Zip: ____________

  County: ________________________ Date of Birth: _______/_______/________ E-Mail: ___________________________________________

  Home Phone: ______________________________ Cell Phone: ______________________________

 Name of Employer: ____________________________                                  Work Phone: _____________________________ Fax Number: _________________

 Work Address: _______________________________________________ City: __________________ State: __________ Zip: _______________

 Is your employer paying for or reimbursing you for this training?  Yes                                          No



Gender*  Male               Female
Ethnic Origin* Are you Hispanic or Latino?  Yes                           No
If no, select one or more races from the following five racial groups.
                          Race*            American Indian or Alaskan Native
                                           Asian
                                           Black or African American
                                           Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
                                           White
*This voluntary information is required for purposes of reporting to Federal Compliance agencies only and will not be used in determining registration status.
U.S. Citizen: Y or            N
Highest Grade Complete (Circle One):                    7      8      9     10      11      12      13      14      15      16      17      18      19      GED
Please tell us how you heard about the class you are registering for: (Check all that apply)
            -Valdosta Tech Course Catalog
            -Radio
            -TV
            -Newspaper
            -Brochure
            -Other_______________________________________

What other classes would you be interested in taking at Valdosta Technical College? ________________________________________________


  Payment:                  -Credit/Debit              -Check                    -Cash                     -Money Order

                           Credit Card Number: ____________-____________-____________-____________ Expiration Date: __________

                                            We accept Master Card, VISA, & Discover (229) 333-2122                          Fax Number: (229) 259-5540

  Course Fees/Registration: Continuing Education course fees must be paid in advance of class start date. Cash, Check, Discover, MasterCard, or Visa accepted. You are officially enrolled and
  your name is placed upon the class roster as soon as we receive your registration form and payment. Students accepted first day of class on space available basis only, and there will be a small
  late registration fee.
  Refunds: Full refunds will be given by contacting the Continuing Education office at (229) 333-2122 for cancellations at least 48 hours (2 working days) prior to the beginning of the program. For
  cancellations with less than 48 hours (2 working days) notice prior to the beginning of a program, a $10.00 processing fee will be charged. No refunds will be given after a class begins, but registrants
  may transfer registration to a colleague, or receive tuition credit to any other Continuing Education course offered within the current school year. For classes canceled by Valdosta Tech, registrants are
  given full refunds.
  Class Cancellation: Classes with insufficient enrollment may be canceled at the discretion of the Division of Continuing Education Department. If class is canceled, we will make every effort
  to contact all students who have pre-registered. Students who have not pre-registered are responsible for finding out about classes which may have been canceled. The division reserves the right
  to cancel, postpone, limit enrollment, split or combine classes, and change instructors and class locations when necessary. For classes canceled by Valdosta Tech, registrants are given full
  refunds.
                       Valdosta Technical College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
                                         A Unit of the Technical College System of Georgia       Equal Opportunity Institution

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                                                                                                                                                                                              Valdosta, Georgia 31602-0929
                                                                                                                                                                       www.valdostatech.edu
  Please refer to the priority dates
  below for Spring quarter 2010.




                                                                                                                                                                                                        4089 Val Tech Road
         Spring Quarter
               March 11, 2010
New Student Advising, Registration and Orientation

                 April 1, 2010




                                                                   A SACS Accredited and Equal Opportunity Institution
     Final New Student Advising, Registration
                 and Orientation

                 April 5, 2010
        Tuition and Fee Payment Deadline


           April 6, 2010
            First Day of Class
   (Note: Date Change from Calendar)
                 April 8, 2010
                (3rd Day of class)
      Last Day to Withdraw Without Penalty




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