Carteret Community College Corporate and Community Education Schedule of Classes (August - December 2006) cy vice Vet Tech HVAC Pharma ian Captain’s Carpen Fire Sering Heating Techni c Prelicensing try Train Ventilat i and Air Con on and Constru ction dition n chnicia ater Wastew ng omy Te Nursing Aide Welding Emerge Phlebot Traini nc Service y Medical (CNA) s (EMS ) Auto Inspection Adult H Emission igh Sch Small English as a Second ool Business Control Language (ESL) ter Workshops Compungi Train Notary Pottery Public Painting & GED Drawing Microenterprise Real Estate Entrepreneur and Small Investment of Time - Big Investment Insurance in Your Future! Call 222-6200 to Sign Up! Carteret NON PROFIT ORG US POSTAGE PAID Community College Morehead City, NC 3505 Arendell Street Permit No. 41 Morehead City, NC 28557 Postal Customer ECRWSS Corporate & Community Education PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED for all Corporate & Community Classes.* Ways to Preregister: By Phone: Call 222-6200. Our business hours are Monday - Thursday, 8:00 am - 9:30 pm and Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. In Person: In the Corporate & Community Building, 206 College Circle. *Some classes may require you to preregister and prepay. This applies to the following: Motorcycle Safety pg 2, Phlebotomy Technician pg 4, Certiﬁed Nurse Aide (CNA) I and II pg 5, and Certiﬁed Nurse Aide (CNA) Refresher pg 5. Refund Policy For Occupational classes that meet four times or less, a 75 percent refund shall be made on the ﬁrst day of the class. For classes that meet ﬁve or more times, a 75 percent refund shall be made if the student ofﬁcially withdraws from the class prior to or on the ofﬁcial 10 percent point of the class. No refunds for Community Service courses or workshops. Repeat Policy Any student who takes the same Occupational course more than twice within a ﬁve-year period will have to pay $5.41 per course hour (subject to change by state legislation) or the total class hourly rate, whichever is greater. This applies to classes starting on or after September 1, 1993. There is no waiver for senior citizens taking the same Occupational course for the third time. This provision is waived only if the course repetition is required by standards that govern certiﬁcation or licensing training. Classes at Cape Carteret and Harkers Island Adult Basic Education (see last page) Cape Carteret Animal Care GED Class ongoing T/Th 6-8:30 p.m. Rm 2 Intro. to Computers July 11 T/Th 6-9 p.m. Rm 1 Veterinary Assistant Aug 29 T/Th 9-noon Rm 1 This course prepares individuals to assist in a veterinarian Sept 18 M/W 6-9 p.m. Rm 1 practice. Topics may include veterinary terminology, anatomy Nov 6 M/W 6-9 p.m. Rm 1 and physiology, animal behavior and communication, Photoshop Elements Aug 22 T/Th 6-9 p.m. Rm 1 grooming techniques, proper handling and restraining of Digital Imaging July 24 M/W 9-noon Rm 1 animals, obtaining and handling specimens and emergency Sept 26 T/Th 6-9 p.m. Rm 1 care. Successful completion of this course will prepare one for Computer Basics June 5 T/Th 6-9 p.m. Rm 1 employment as a veterinary assistant. This class is 8 sessions. Aug 14 M/W 9-noon Rm 1 Location: Wayne West Bldg. Registration $60 + $1.25 Mixed Media Art Sept 7 Th 9-noon Rm 4 insurance fee. This class will be held on Saturdays beginning Oct 26 Th 9-noon Rm 4 October 7, 2006 at 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Arts & Crafts Harkers Island Waterfowl Carving Intro. to Computers July 10 M/W 6-9 p.m. All waterfowl classes are senior exempt. (Free for ages 65 and Sept 12 T/Th 9-noon over.) Each course is six sessions long. The registration fee is Oct 10 T/Th 6-9 p.m. $55 and the shop fee $10 plus $1.25 insurance fee. Nov 8 M/W 6-9 p.m. July 28 - September 1, Fridays, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Computer Basics June 6 T/Th 6-9 p.m. September 15 - October 20, Fridays, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Oct 9 M/W 9-noon November 3 - December 15, Fridays, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Digital Imaging July 25 T/Th 6-9 p.m. Oct 9 M/W 6-9 p.m. Mixed Media Photoshop Elements I Aug 21 M/W 6-9 p.m. Learn to draw, paint, water color, whatever form you like. This class is open to beginners and experienced artists. Both classes are six sessions. They are held on Thursdays from 9 a.m. - Take Online Courses 12 p.m. Registration fee is $55. Registration is free for seniors. Go to www.ed2go.com/carteret to sign up. Location: Western Carteret Library. Courses start each month & most are only $55 September 7 - October 12 October 26 - December 7 Some of the over 100 classes offered online Pottery C++ for the Absolute Beginner Introduction to Sybase Classes are held on Computer Skills for the Workplace Excel & PowerPoint Wednesdays from 6:30 – Performing Payroll in QuickBooks Microsoft Word 9:30 p.m. in the Pottery Introduction to Photoshop CS Professional Sales Skills Building. Introduction to PC Security August 16 - October 4 Beginner’s Guide to Getting Published October 18 - December 13 Customer Service Fundamentals CCED Page 1 Corporate & Community Education Division | Phone: 222-6200 | www.carteret.edu Arts & Crafts Autocad Basics and Drafting Jewelry Making AutoCAD Basics Oct. 21 - 22; 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. In this hands-on computer aided drafting course, participants will Culinary School building be provided with an introduction to AutoCAD which includes basic Fee: $180 plus materials. Material fee varies based on the type drawing and editing commands, coordinate entry methods, object and size of project chosen. snap techniques, display manipulation, automatic editing and text entry. Prerequisites: Intro to Computers or similar experience. Registration $60, registration free if age 65 and over. Automotive Aug 15 12 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Rm 319 Auto Safety Inspection Certiﬁcation AutoCAD: Architectural Drafting This eight-hour course satisﬁes the Students will move into more complicated layout and design state requirement to qualify as a features. Participants will create foundation plans, ﬂoor plans, Vehicle Safety Inspection mechanic. and elevations as class projects. Prerequisites: ability to use basic Students must be at least 16 years old Autocad features similar to those covered in the Autocad Basics and possess a valid driver’s license. class. Prerequisites: Intro to Computers and Autocad Basics or Students must pass an exam offered similar skills. Registration $60, registration free if age 65 and over. at the end of the course in order to Nov 7 12 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Rm 319 certify as an inspection mechanic. Registration: $60, includes insurance and study materials. Monday and Aviation Wednesday, 2 sessions 6 - 10 p.m. beginning July 17, 2006. Aviation Ground School for Pilots This course is a study of aerospace history, weather, navigation, OBD Emission Control Inspection instruments, preﬂight planning, computer and wind triangles, This course prepares auto technicians and service personnel as regulations, radio communications, OBD emission inspectors for motor vehicles. Upon completion the aviation ﬁeld and procedures a student should understand the rules, regulations and procedures necessary to become a safe private for OBD emission inspections, be able to inspect a vehicle pilot. Classes are oriented toward properly and be prepared to sit for the state certiﬁcation exam. the latest material available from Registration: $50 + book $20. Monday and Wednesday, 2 the Federal Aviation Agency and sessions 6 - 10 p.m. beginning June 12, 2006 with a second class students are prepared to pass the beginning August 14. written examination required by the government. This course will be OBD Repair Technician offered Tuesday and Thursday nights This course trains mechanics in the knowledge and skills from 6-9 p.m. beginning August 22, required to troubleshoot and repair vehicles in the event of 2006. Registration fee is $60. an emissions failure causing a vehicle to fail the On-Board Diagnostics Emissions test. This class is 40 hours in length. 10 Business sessions. Registration: $60 + insurance fee + book fee. Monday Small Business Center and Wednesday, 6 -10 p.m. beginning August 21, 2006. The objective of the Small Business Center is to increase the success rate and the number of viable small businesses in Carteret County by providing high quality, readily accessible assistance Motorcycle Safety Basic Rider Course to prospective and existing small business owners and their You do not have to know how to ride a motorcycle to take this employees. The Small Business Center (SBC) is a community class. However, you must be able to ride a bicycle, and you must based provider of education and training, counseling, information possess some degree of strength, since the course is physically and referral. demanding. You should be able to support a 300-pound motorcycle while straddling it, and have the strength and ability The Small Business Center also provides free, conﬁdential to push the motorcycle for distances up to 120 feet. Hot and counseling services for new and existing businesses. Available cold weather conditions can add to the strenuous conditions you on an as-needed basis, this free, conﬁdential service acts as a may encounter while taking the course. sounding board for ideas and concerns you may have about your business. Our professional staff will help you ﬁnd solutions to July 14-16 All classes meet at the Croatan High your challenging business questions. No question is too simple or July 21-23 School, Hwy. 24; Friday evening: complicated. July 28-30 6 - 10 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday Aug. 4-6 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Motorcycles and Small Business Center also has a library of professional resources Aug. 11-13 helmets are provided. Students must waiting to be tapped. Printed materials including books, pamphlets, Sept. 15-17 provide eye and hand protection. magazines, trade journals, as well as a wide variety of tapes and Sept. 22-24 Registration fee is $110, plus $1.25 videos are available for your use. The Center also offers business- Sept. 29- Oct 1 insurance fee. Full payment due at related software, teleconferencing and access to the Internet. Oct. 6-8 time of registration. No refunds ﬁve Oct. 13-15 days prior to the course. The Small Business Center ofﬁce is located on the Carteret Oct. 20-22 Community College campus at 3615 Arendell Street, Morehead City, NC. Phone 252-222-6127 or 252-222-6123. Corporate & Community Education Division | Phone: 222-6200 | www.carteret.edu CCED Page 2 Business (Continued) H.R.D (Human Resources Development) Carteret Microenterprise Loan Program (CMLP) The Human Resources Development Program has operated as Carteret Microenterprise Loan Program (CMLP) part of the community college system since 1973. The program A free nine-session class for entrepreneurs that provides basic provides short-term, prevocational training for unemployed business training and technical assistance combined with access adults. A variety of courses are currently available to meet the to loans for start-up costs, equipment or expansion, all in a ever-changing needs of the workforce. Courses are available group lending environment. Following the nine-session training either on campus or at the Employment Security Commission/ and certiﬁcation process the class forms into small groups of Job Link Ofﬁce. Participants are provided an opportunity to business owners or soon-to-be business owners, each interested learn more about themselves and their interest, to also develop in accessing loan money and support for their own business. In communication and problem solving skills and to gain a greater a Group Lending Environment, the group members assess and understanding of interpersonal relationships. approve each other’s loan requests. Loan approval is based on the conﬁdence fellow group members have in each other’s Get plugged into the job market and call the HRD Program ofﬁce commitment, resourcefulness and ability to repay. Few of the today! 252-222-6127 or 252-222-6123 or email traditional requirements to secure the loan are needed. Lack of firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com assets or a credit history will not necessarily prevent access to Human Resources Development Workshops (Fee: $55) business credit. Call 222-6016 to pre-register or attend a free Applications, Resumes & More information session for more details. Saturdays, Oct. 21-28, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturdays, Dec. 2-9, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Carteret Community College Nine Session Class July 17 - Aug. 14 M/W 6 - 8 p.m. Computers and Job Search Strategies Information Session Aug. 15 T 7 - 8 p.m. Monday and Wednesdays, Sept 11 - Nov 15, 5 - 7 p.m. Nine Session Class Aug. 21 - Sep. 21 M/Th 6 - 8 p.m. Information Session Oct. 23 M 7 - 8 p.m. Career Planning and Job Search Nine Session Class Nov. 2 - Dec. 5 T/Th 6 - 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sept 12- 21, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Information Session Dec. 11 M 7 - 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sept 12- 21, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Core Sound Waterfowl Museum & Heritage Center Dressing for Success Information Session Aug 8 T 7-8 p.m. TBA. For more information call 222-6127 or 222-6123. Nine Session Class Aug 22 - Oct 17 T 6-8 p.m. Information Session Dec 4 M 7-8 p.m. Small Business Workshops Traits of Successful People Developing An Effective Western Carteret Library Tuesday, Sept. 12 , Business Plan Information Session Oct 9 M 7-8 p.m. 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, 6 - 9 p.m. Location: TBA Core Sound Waterfowl Museum Elections Process and Precinct Certiﬁcation Financial Statements: How Much Do I Charge? Elections Process and Precinct Certiﬁcation Tools for Success Tuesday, Oct. 17, 6 - 9 p.m. Participants will learn about NC election laws, election planning, Thursday, Sept. 14, 6 - 9 p.m. Location: TBA and procedures used in the polling place. The course is designed Core Sound Waterfowl Museum for current and prospective poll workers, in addition to concerned Keeping the Team Together citizens desiring more information about the election system. An How to Write A Thursday, Nov. 9, 6 - 9 p.m. exam must be successfully completed for certiﬁcation. Certiﬁed Business Plan Location: TBA election ofﬁcials will be paid an additional $25 per election. Tuesday, Sept. 19, 6 - 9 p.m. The registration fee for this class is $55. The 10-session course Location: TBA Marketing Your Small will be held on Saturdays beginning September 9 and will end Business in an Evolving October 7. The exam will be given on Tuesday, October 10. Bookkeeping Basics for Community Small Businesses Tuesday, Nov. 14, 6 - 9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 10, 6 - 9 p.m. Core Sound Waterfowl Museum Entrepreneurship Location: TBA R.E.A.L in English Let Your Numbers do An interactive, hands-on course designed to teach the basics of Supervising a the Talking small business ownership. By the end of the class, participants Growing Business Tuesday, Dec. 5, 6 - 9 p.m. will have developed a business plan. Registration fee is $55 plus Tuesday, Oct. 17, 6 - 9 p.m. Location: TBA the workbook. This 30 hour course will begin on October 17 and Small Business Classes will go until November 17 on Tuesday and Thursday nights. How To Start and Finance Marketing Strategies for R.E.A.L En Español a Business Small Businesses El Programa Empresarial de R.E.A.L., es un curso en el cual Tuesday and Thursday, Tuesday and Thursday, usted tiene la oportunidad de planiﬁcar, comenzar y en realidad Sept. 12 - Oct. 12, Oct. 12 - Nov. 2 administrar y operar su propio negocio. El honorario de registro 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. es el libro de trabajo más $55. La clase comenzará el doce de Registration fee is $55. Registration fee is $55. septiembre y terminara el doce de octobre en las noches de Location:TBA Location:TBA martes y jueves. Por favor llamada 222-6200 al preregistro. CCED Page 3 Corporate & Community Education Division | Phone: 222-6200 | www.carteret.edu Business (Continued) Classes for New Computer Users NEW CLASS!! E-Marketing for Business Introduction to Computers Use different types of electronic media to work for your First course you should take if new to using a computer or are business. Class covers TV Commercials, Video Tapes/DVDs, new to using Windows. In this stress-free, hands-on class, you’ll Radio Commercials, Newspaper Advertising, Newspaper Tabs, learn the essential skills needed to ﬁnd missing ﬁles; organize your Coupons, Websites, Emails, Web Advertising, Bulk Mailing, E- computer; work with the Start Menu and task bar; how to create Stores and more. Class begins September 18. Meets Monday and shortcuts to your favorite programs and documents; basic mouse Wednesday nights from 6-9 p.m. for ﬁve weeks. Registration $55. techniques; and more. Registration $60. Registration free if age 65 Registration free for age 65 and over. and over. Reading, Riting and Remembering June 12 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Rm 317 July 10 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Harkers Island CSWFM Reading Riting and Remembering July 11 12 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Cape Carteret Rm 1 This 10 session class will begin on September 14 and end July 24 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Rm 317 November 16. It will be held on Thursdays at 1 - 4 p.m. at the Aug 14 12 sessions M/W 9a.m.-12 p.m. Wayne West Rm 319 Leon Mann Jr. Center. The registration fee is $55. There is no Aug 29 12 sessions T/Th 9a.m.-12p.m. Cape Carteret Rm 1 fee for senior citizens. Sept 12 12 sessions T/Th 9a.m.-12 p.m. Harkers Isld. CSWFM Sept 18 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Cape Carteret Rm 1 Carteret County History Sept 25 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Rm 317 Down East History Oct 10 12 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Harkers Island CSWFM This class will be held on Thursdays starting September 21from Nov 6 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Rm 317 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. at the History Place. For more information, Nov 13 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Cape Carteret Rm 1 please call 222-6123. Nov 8 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Harkers Island CSWFM Computer Basics Computer So you have a new computer but cannot make it do what you QuickBooks want. Get a brief overview of the various computer application Learn how this well-designed program can make it a snap to set programs in use today in this hands-on course. Includes training up a chart of accounts, reconcile your checking account, create on Microsoft WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT and ACCESS. and print invoices, receipts, and statements, track your payables, You will easily create a document, spreadsheet, presentation and inventory, and receivables, create estimates, and generate database. Prerequisite: Must have basic Windows computer skills. reports. Learn the proper setup in QuickBooks from accessing Registration $60. Registration free if age 65 and over. information on the Internal Revenue Service web site to creating June 5 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Cape Carteret Rm 1 a new employee, tracking time and job cost data and generating June 6 12 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Harkers Island CSWFM required forms and reports. Aug 8 12 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Rm 317 Oct 3 8 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Bldg Rm 319 Aug 14 12 sessions M/W 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Cape Carteret Rm 1 Sept 19 12 sessions T/Th 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Wayne West Rm 319 NEW CLASS!! Desktop Publishing I Oct 9 12 sessions M/W 9 a.m.-12 p.m Harkers Isld CSWFM This course uses Microsoft Word to create letterheads, envelopes, Oct 30 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Rm 319 business cards, and prepare promotional documents. You will Nov 7 12 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Cape Carteret Rm 1 also create basic web pages and learn the basics of Microsoft Nov 7 12 sessions T/Th 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Wayne West Rm 319 Publisher and PowerPoint from the design standpoint. Students will build a portfolio of their work as they move through NEW CLASS!! Final Cut Pro various class projects. Students should already have a good Learn how to edit your video using Final Cut Pro. This workshop understanding of the basics of Microsoft Word or have taken the will cover project management, digitizing video footage, arranging Word Basics course. clips on the timeline, adding transitions or effects to video clips Registration $60, Registration free if age 65 and over. and exporting a ﬁnished project. Other topics that will be discussed Sept 21 12 sessions Thursdays 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Rm 317 include creating titles, working with still images, and editing soundtracks. Please call 222-6200 for times and dates. How to Buy & Sell on E-Bay This is a basic course that provides need-to-know information Demystifying the Digital Camera about everything from payment methods to shipping consider- Learn the basics of digital photography, from choosing the right ations and establishing starting bid prices on E-Bay Registration camera and printer to making prints and sharing your images. You $55. Registration free if age 65 and over. will learn how to compose your images and get instruction in an Sept 19 10 sessions Tuesdays 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Rm 317 inexpensive digital imaging program that you can use to correct, Photoshop Elements for Digital Pictures retouch, print, and e-mail your images. Prerequisites: Intro to Course covers the essentials of photo editing: using the basic Computers Skills. Registration $60.registration free if age 65 and tools, image enhancements, color correction, editing and over. preparing images for e-mail, the web or home printing. Learn June 6 12 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Rm 318 to use your critical eye and move beyond “auto” adjustments July 24 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Cape Carteret Rm 1 and how to save a shot and turn a snapshot into a great shot. July 25 12 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Harkers Island CSWFM Prerequisite: Intro to Computers and Digital Imaging class or Aug 8 12 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Rm 318 similar skills. Registration $60, Book approx $35, Registration Sept 26 12 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Cape Carteret Rm 1 free if age 65 and over. Oct 9 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Harkers Island CSWFM July 10 12 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Rm 318 Oct 23 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Rm 318 Aug 21 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Harkers Island CSWFM Aug 22 12 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Cape Carteret Rm 1 Aug 28 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Rm 318 Corporate & Community Education Division | Phone: 222-6200 | www.carteret.edu CCED Page 4 Construction Construction (Continuing) NEW CLASS!! Carpentry Water Plant Operator Continuing Education This course provides an understanding This course follows prescribed training to meet certiﬁcation of fundamental carpentry techniques. requirements of the North Carolina Water Pollution Control Participants will learn basic safety System Operators Certiﬁcation Commission. Courses must procedures; tool identiﬁcation, use be approved by the Commission and may be approved in the and selection; tool check out/in following certiﬁcation areas: Grade I, Grade II, Grade III, procedures and basic carpentry Grade IV. This course is six hours long and will be offered mathematics. Other course topics may Saturday, November 18, 2006 from 8 a.m. -3 p.m. include techniques for framing walls, partitions, roofs, doors, and windows as well as understanding the basic CPR & First Aid materials and construction practices Heartsaver First Aid Course (CPR/First Aid) to layout and construct foundations The Heartsaver First Aid Course teaches rescuers to effectively and ﬂooring systems. Throughout the recognize and treat adult emergencies in the critical ﬁrst minutes course, participants are involved in live project construction to until emergency medical services personnel arrive. The one- give practical application to knowledge learned. This class will be day course also provides a complete health and safety training offered on Monday and Wednesday nights from 6-9 p.m. beginning solution for ﬁrst aid and adult, child, infant CPR/AED. American September 11, 2006 in the NCMARTEC Building. Registration fee Heart Association class. Location: Wayne West Bldg. #119. is $60 + $1.25 insurance fee. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Reg. fee $35 Book $14.30 (purchased from bookstore before class) Card $1.00. Preregistration required General Contractor’s License Preparation 252-222-6200. This course will prepare students for the General Contractor’s June 17 July 15 Aug 12 Sept 17 Oct 14 Nov 18 Dec 9 licensing exam. Emphasis will be on the types of questions found in the blueprint section of the residential building exam given BLS Healthcare Provider Course (HCP CPR) by the NC Licensing Board for General Contractors, reviews of This one-day course teaches the skills of CPR for victims of the laws and regulations applicable to general contractors, and all ages, use of an automated external deﬁbrillator and relief of review of the employment security laws of NC and workers’ foreign-body airway obstruction. It is intended for participants compensation. There will be lectures, ﬁeld trips, study questions who provide healthcare to patients in a wide variety of settings. and practice problems and exams. This course will be offered on American Heart Association class. Location: Wayne West Bldg Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6-9 p.m. beginning September #119. Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m . Reg. fee $35. Book $14.30 26, 2006. Registration fee is $60. (purchased from bookstore before class) Card $1. Preregistration required 252-222-6200. NEW CLASS!! National Electric Code License July 22 Aug 19 Sept 9 Oct 21 Nov 4 Preparation This 60-hour course prepares the student for the Electrical Emergency Services Contractor’s Licensing examination for the state of North Carolina. Fireﬁghter I & II Computer Based Training Students examine all aspects of the electrical code and are tested to This training will be offered in open computer lab setting twice evaluate competency during the class. The class begins September a month. The training is self-paced with practical test and 6 and will end November 10, 2006. Meeting times 6:30 - 9:30 ﬁnal tests given once a month. These are certiﬁcation classes, p.m. The registration fee is $60. The price of the book is TBA. approved by NCDOI. COMPUTER LAB Wayne West Bldg. #316-B Wastewater I/II 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. 4 -10 p.m. This is a state approved course that provides the required training June 13 June 14 for individuals who wish to sit for the commission-sponsored exam July 11 July 12 for Grade I and/or Grade II Wastewater Plant Operator. This course Aug. 15 Aug. 16 is 78 hours in length for a total of 26 sessions. Location: Wayne Sept. 12 Sept. 13 West bldg. Registration: $60. Mondays and Wednesdays 6:30 - Oct. 17 Oct. 18 9:30 p.m. beginning August 21, 2006. Nov. 14 Nov. 15 Dec. 12 Dec. 13 Wastewater Continuing Education PRACTICALS -Western Carteret Fire Dept., 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. This is a state approved course that provides the required training June 24 July 22 Aug 26 Sept 23 Oct 21 Nov 18 Dec 16 for individuals that hold a Wastewater Plant Operator License. This course is 6 hours long and will be offered Saturday, Nov. 4, 2006 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Grant Writing Welding Grant Writing Bootcamp This course teaches basic welding skills necessary for student This is a hands-on grant writing workshop that includes prospect employment in the welding industry. The course will include research, proposal writing, on-line research, in-class writing some of the following topics: preparing for a welding occupation, and individualized assistance. The course goal is to, through welding metal with oxyacetylene equipment, using tools to shape practice, thoroughly familiarize each participant with the entire and cut metals. Lecture, demonstration and practical applications grant seeking, grant writing, grant administration and accounting are the instructional methods in this 28-session course. Location: process from research to the last thank you note. Class meets Welding Shop. Registration: $65 + insurance fee $1.25 Mondays September 12 thru September 14 from 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. in and Wednesdays 6 - 10 p.m. beginning August 28, 2006. Tuesdays room 319 of the Wayne West Building. Working lunch so students and Thursdays 6 - 10 p.m. beginning August 29, 2006 should bring a bag lunch. Registration $55. CCED Page 5 Corporate & Community Education Division | Phone: 222-6200 | www.carteret.edu Guitar Healthcare Beginners Guitar Guitar Continuing Touch for Health Wednesdays, 6:30 - 8 p.m. Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8 p.m. These interactive, hands-on workshops cover a step-by-step system Fee: $40. Free for seniors Fee: $40. Free for senior for assessing the energy ﬂow through the body’s acupuncture citizens. citizens. channels, and skills for correcting imbalances in the ﬂow. Learn Call 222-6200 to preregister. Call 222-6200 to preregister. easy-to-use methods to keep healthy and energized. No equipment July 12 - Sept. 13, 10 sessions July 12 – Sept.12, 10 sessions or previous experience needed. The registration fee includes manual and a certiﬁcate. CEUs are available for massage therapists and nurses. Call 222-6123. Touch for Health I July 21, 22: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Fee $250 (includes text - $40). McGee Building – Massage Therapy Center, 2nd ﬂoor Sept 16,17: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Fee $250 (includes text - $40). McGee Building – Massage Therapy Center, 2nd ﬂoor Healthcare Touch for Health II Substance Abuse and Dependency Counseling October 7,8: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Fee $200 Great course for church and shelter counselors, teachers, social McGee Building – Massage Therapy Center, 2nd ﬂoor service organizations, and the general public interested in information to deal with this issue. Topics include the addiction Touch for Health III process from the beginning signs and symptoms, including high Nov 18,19: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Fee $200 risk factors, and family dynamics. Handouts will be plentiful and McGee Building – Massage Therapy Center, 2nd ﬂoor there will be numerous reading resources available. Registration is $55. Registration is free if age 65 and over. Touch for Health IV Sept 18 15 session M/W 6-8 p.m. Wayne West Dec 2,3: 8 a.m - 5 p.m.; Fee $200 Phlebotomy Technician McGee Building – Massage Therapy Center, 2nd ﬂoor Phlebotomists draw blood specimens from patients Certiﬁed Nurses Aide (CNA) for the purpose of testing and analyzing blood. Nurse Aide I Course topics include the Successful completion maintenance of equipment of this course will allow used in obtaining blood the student to become a specimen; the care of blood Certiﬁed Nurse Assistant specimen; as well as clerical I. To be admitted into the duties associated with record program, the applicant keeping of the blood tests. must complete a reading Course includes classroom test through the Basic lecture, lab, and clinical Skills Department. The rotations. Class begins July 18. Only the ﬁrst 14 students minimum score required that submit all registration materials and payment by the July on the reading test is 8th grade level. The course includes a clinical 12 deadline and meet the requirements of the program will be component. Student applications will be processed and accepted on admitted. Course fees approx $160 (includes registrations, books a ﬁrst-come ﬁrst-served basis. The cost is $81.25 for registration and insurance fees). Call 222-6200 for registration packet. and insurance. Pharmacy Technician June 26 M/T/Th 5:30-9:30 p.m. For anyone interested in becoming pharmacy technicians, July 18 T/W/Th 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. pre-pharmacy students, or those with a healthcare background Nurse Aide II looking to strengthen their current skills. Learn about various Successful completion of this course will allow the Certiﬁed pharmacy practice settings, drug classes, basic physiology, drug Nurse Assistant I to become a Certiﬁed Nurse Assistant II. To be interactions, daily pharmacy operations. Registration is $60, admitted into the program, the applicant must be a Certiﬁed Nurse Book approximately $90. Registration is free if age 65 and over. Aide I, registered with the Division of Facility Services, score 9th Sept 11 30 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Wayne West grade level on the required reading test, and possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Class size is limited. Student applications NEW CLASS!! MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION STATE will be processed and accepted on a ﬁrst-come, ﬁrst-served basis. EXAM - PREPARATION COURSE Interested applicants may call 252-222-6019 to obtain more This 24-hour course is designed to prepare the unlicensed medical information. The cost is $81.25 for registration and insurance. personnel in adult-care homes, assisted living facilities, nursing Certiﬁed Nurse’s Aide Refresher homes and group homes for the Medication Administration Exam This course is for any student who has had their CNA Certiﬁcation administered by the NC Division of Facility Services. Students in the state of North Carolina and has allowed their certiﬁcation will receive instruction in the correct policies and procedures to expire for no longer than four years. Any student that has an for administering medications. Topics will include but are not active registry in another state can take this class as well. This is limited to drug interactions, side effects, administration of liquids, a 20-hour classroom only course (no immunizations are required). pills, and topical treatments. Please call 222-6019 for dates and The registration fee is $55. This class will be held in September. times. Please call 222-6019 for dates and times. Corporate & Community Education Division | Phone: 222-6200 | www.carteret.edu CCED Page 6 Healthcare (continued) Healthcare (continued) Medical Clerical Skills Certiﬁcate NEW PROGRAM!! Medical Records Clerk Certiﬁcate Validate your existing skills or develop new skills to work in a A medical records clerk helps medical ofﬁce by achieving a Medical Clerical Skills Certiﬁcate. to organize medical records and To complete the certiﬁcate you need to pass ﬁve classes: Medical documentation for future use and is Terminology, Medical Clerical Skills, Medical Community Skills well acquainted with many aspects and Ethics, Medical Billing, and Medical Coding. We recommend of a medical practice, especially that students take Medical Terminology ﬁrst if they have no medical records. Medical practices previous medical experience. Certiﬁcate can be achieved in 5 follow laws and guidelines for months. You do not have to be working toward the certiﬁcate to proper documentation, maintenance take any of the classes offered. and usage of medical records. Medical Terminology I Students need to pass 6 classes: Medical Terminology provides the foundation to build your skills Medical Terminology I & II, in the medical profession. Learn the medical vocabulary that Medical Coding I & II, Medical relates to anatomy, physiology, pathological conditions, diagnosticCommunication Skills and Ethics, treatment and procedures of various body systems. Medical terms and Medical Records Management. are identiﬁed as they relate to symptoms, pathologic conditions, Certiﬁcate can be achieved in six diagnostic procedures, and therapeutic procedures. Registration months. You do not have to be $60. Book approx $60. Registration is free if age 65 and over. working toward the certiﬁcate to take any of the classes offered. Class begins November 14 and meets T/Th nights from 6-9 p.m. Medical Communication Skills and Ethics for 24 sessions in the Wayne West building. Participants are introduced to the legal issues that arise out of NEW CLASS!! Medical Terminology II the interface of medicine and law. Discussions include the rights Building on the skills learned in Level 1, this course will be and responsibilities of health care providers, such as HIPAA; more in depth training on medical terms.. Registration $60. the involvement of local, state, and federal governments; the Book approx $60. Registration is free if age 65 and over. Class involvement of the insurance industry; and changes in the health begins September 18 and meets M/W nights from 6-9 p.m. for 24 care delivery system. Registration $60. Book approx $40. sessions in the Wayne West building. Registration free if age 65 and over. Nov 2 14 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Wayne West bldg Medical Clerical Skills Sterile Process Technician Provides an overview of introductory clerical skills with a focus This course teaches students how to handle, clean, assemble, on front ofﬁce administrative training. Introduces students to the function test and package a wide variety of surgical instruments opportunities to branch out into allied ﬁelds. Registration $60. and develop an understanding of microbiology, infection control, Book approx $40. Registration is free if age 65 and over. and aseptic techniques. As a trained Central Sterile Technician, July 10 14 session M/W 6-9 p.m. Wayne West bldg you can work in a variety of medical environments, including: Oct 30 14 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Wayne West bldg hospitals, dental ofﬁces, and doctor’s practices The class will Medical Billing and Insurance begin on August 22 on T/Th nights from 5:30-8 p.m. for 13 Use a computerized practice management system encompassing sessions. Registration is $60. Registration is free for persons 65 introductory skills for patient care, clinical, ﬁnancial and years old or more. management applications. Students will discuss computerized NEW CLASS!! Medical Records Management systems such as Medware, Medisoft, Medical Manager and other Course covers the retention, release, ﬁle Management, ﬁling systems used in the medical ofﬁce environment. Registration $60. Systems, electronic records management (ERM), the assembly of Book approx $80. Registration is free if age 65 and over. medical records, numbering and ﬁling methods, conﬁdentiality of Aug 28 16 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Wayne West bldg Rm 319 records and analysis of the record. Oct 24 16 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Wayne West bldg Rm 318 Sept 11 20 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Wayne West bldg Medical Coding I Prepare for entry-level jobs in insurance coding in a doctor’s Horticulture ofﬁce or other medical facility. Course includes ICD-9 CM NEW CLASS!! Plant Identiﬁcation Coding, CPT Coding, Medicare Fraud and Abuse, and Evaluation The Horticulture Program encompasses the study and practical and Management. Real-life coding problems illustrating the application of many varied subjects in the ﬁeld of horticulture. issues are presented with ICD-9-CM solutions. Registration $60. The curriculum consists of identifying and selecting plant Book approx $50. Registration free if age 65 and over. materials. The curriculum is designed to provide students with the Sept 12 12 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Wayne West bldg knowledge, skills, and attitudes that are necessary for successful NEW CLASS!! Medical Coding II employment in this ﬁeld. Class begins the week of August Continuing the study of coding and classiﬁcation systems, ICD- 21, 2006 on the main campus. Registration fee is $60 + $1.25 9-CM and HCPCS/CPT-4 are emphasized. These coding systems insurance fee. are applied to reimbursement and billing, encoders and groupers, Lawn Care case mix management, and the relationship between coding and Students will learn the basics of lawn care in addition to small managed care. Detailed medical history reports are provided from business management as well as horticulture and landscaping which CPT codes are determined. Prerequisite: Medical Coding skills. Topics to be covered include customer service, marketing I class or similar experience. Registration $60. Book approx $50. techniques, record keeping, horticulture basics, landscaping, and Registration free if age 65 and over. environmental concerns. The class will be offered Thursday June 6 12 sessions T/Th 6 - 9 p.m. Wayne West bldg evenings 4 – 8 p.m. beginning June 8, 2006 and then again August Oct 24 12 sessions T/Th 6 - 9 p.m. Wayne West bldg 21, 2006. CCED Page 7 Corporate & Community Education Division | Phone: 222-6200 | www.carteret.edu Horticulture (Continued) HVAC Landscaping HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning) This course is designed for commercial growers, nurserymen, This course provides instruction on HVAC/Refrigeration basic ground crews, and groundskeepers for golf courses, institutions systems, trouble shooting and repair/replacement. Format for and resorts. Training will be provided in the proper method of the course will include classroom instruction and hands-on landscape design, plant selection, installation, cultivation and practice. Course objectives: to develop a basic understanding maintenance. Special emphasis will be placed on arboriculture, of systems trouble shooting, repair and replacement. Evaluation turf management and horticultural applications. Preregistration methods: written quiz/exam and demonstrated skill performance. is required. Please call 222-6200. The class will be offered Registration cost is $61.25. Tuesday and Thursday nights from Tuesday evenings from 4–8 p.m. beginning June 6, 2006. 6-10 p.m. beginning August 22, 2006. Hospitality & Culinary Arts Language/Sign Language Bartending/Mixology Practical Spanish This class will include training in the preparation of before and The need to communicate in Spanish is greater than ever. after-dinner alcoholic beverages. You will learn the recipes for Practical Spanish covers common phrases, vocabulary, and the top 50 mixed drinks, how to stock and manage a bar, how correct pronunciation for everyday use. You will also learn to deal with customers, and the legal ramiﬁcations surrounding Hispanic culture and customs. No prior Spanish training is liquor legislation. Course includes risk management certiﬁcation required. Registration $60. Registration is free if age 65 and over. which will make you or your bartenders engage in more effective June 6 8 sessions T/Th 6-8 p.m. Wayne West Bldg and responsible alcohol service practices. Registration $60. Aug 28 18 sessions M/W 6-8 p.m. Wayne West Bldg Registration free if age 65 and over. Oct 19 18 sessions T/Th 6-8 p.m. Wayne West Bldg June 6 10 sessions T/Th 6 - 9 p.m. Aug 1 10 sessions T/Th 6 - 9 p.m. Spanish for Healthcare Oct 3 10 sessions T/Th 6 - 9 p.m. In addition to learning about the cultural values of Spanish- Nov 14 10 sessions T/Th 6 - 9 p.m. speaking people and barriers to receiving care, this course will teach you the language you need for the following situations: NEW CLASS!! Baking II dialog between the client and reception, terminology for Topics include specialty breads, gathering initial medical data from patients, questions useful understanding, development and to medical settings, expressions that help clients express chief maintaining of natural sourdough, complaints, taking a medical history, and giving discharge classical desserts, laminated pastry information. Registration $55. Book approx $40. Registration dough, cake and torte decorating and free if age 65 and over. dessert plating and presentation. July 10 12 sessions M/W 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Bldg Upon completion, students Sept 7 12 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Bldg should be able to demonstrate pastry presentation and plating, Law Enforcement specialty sourdough production, cake decorating and dessert buffet NEW CLASS!! Forensic Technologies production skills. This course will be This 40-hour workshop is designed to present the student with offered on Mondays from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. various techniques utilized in the identiﬁcation of human skeletal beginning August 21, 2006. Classes remains and methods employed in locating, evaluating, and will be held in the Culinary School processing sites involving surface and buried remains. The building. Registration fee is $60 + training is focused at hands-on application and experimentation in $1.25 insurance fee. the ﬁeld and lab setting. The class will begin on June 12 and will go until June 16 from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Registration is $60. NEW CLASS!! International and American Cuisine This course provides practical experience in the planning, preparation, and service of representative foods from different Legal countries and regions of America. Emphasis is placed on eating Notary Public habits, indigenous foods and customs, nutritional concerns, and This six-hour course provides training that meets the requirements traditional equipment. Upon completion, students should be of Chapter 10A of the NC General Statutes for individuals seeking able to research and execute international and domestic menus. appointments as Notary Publics in North Carolina. All classes There are two sections of this course: Mondays and Tuesdays are on M/W. Registration fee $50. Course is not senior exempt. from 4-8:30pm beginning August 21, 2006 and Tuesdays and Students need to purchase book prior to class. Wednesdays from 9am-1:30pm beginning August 22, 2006. Morning Classes: Evening Classes: Classes will be held in the culinary building. Registration fee is 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. 6:30-9:30 p.m. $65 + $1.25 insurance fee. Aug 14, 16 July 10, 12 ServSafe: Sanitation and Food Safety Oct 2, 4 Sept 11, 13 This course provides the principles of safety and sanitation in Nov 6, 8 the food service industry. Emphasis is placed on hygiene, safety regulations, and food handling practices. Book/test fee approx NEW CLASS!! Notary Update $90. Registration: $55. Registration free if age 65 and over. This course is for currently commissioned Notary Publics. The July 17 4 sessions MTWTH 5:30-9:30 p.m. Culinary School course will cover the details of the changes in the Notary law Sept 11 4 sessions MTWTH 5:30-9:30 p.m. Culinary School enacted in 2006. Registration fee is $25. The class will be held on Nov 6 4 sessions MTWTH 5:30-9:30 p.m. Culinary School June 8 at two different times: Dec 18 4 sessions MTWTH 5:30-9:30 p.m. Culinary School 1:30 - 4:30 p.m. or 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Corporate & Community Education Division | Phone: 222-6200 | www.carteret.edu CCED Page 8 Marine Real Estate Captain’s Pre-licensing This class will prepare the student Real Estate Sales Prelicensing (depending on their respective sea Anyone who wishes to obtain a Real Estate license must time) to take the following exams: successfully complete a commission-approved real estate Uninspected Passenger Vessel school before sitting for the state exam. The Corporate & Captain, Inland Master Mate, Community Education Division offers this required training in Towing endorsement, and Sailing the evenings and on weekends at the college. Registration is endorsement. The course covers all $60. subjects listed in CFR 46 for OUPV. Sept 11 M/W 6-9 p.m. Cape Carteret Rm 1 The study materials are available in Sept 12 T/Th 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Bldg. the college bookstore. Registration Sept 12 T/Th 8-11 a.m. Wayne West Bldg. fee is $60. Call 222-6200 for dates Sept 9 S/S 8:30 am-3:30 p.m Wayne West Bldg. and times. Real Estate CE Update Course – Real Estate and Marine Engine Repair Taxes This is a course for the student who wants the most outboard Real Estate license holders need to complete continuing information in the least amount of time. An ideal course for the education hours to continue to hold their current license. boat owner who wants the knowledge to perform his/her own This course will qualify as part of the continuing education maintenance and repairs or the student who is curious about making requirement. The ﬁrst part of the day is the Real Estate Update a career in the marine industries. Some of the topics covered will course. The second half of the day is the Real Estate and Taxes include: 2 and 4 stroke theory of operation, carburetion, and fuel Continuing Education course. 1 session, 2 parts. Registration injection, ignition systems, gear cases and drive systems, simpliﬁed is $50 for the Update course and $25 for Real Estate and Taxes. trouble shooting and diagnostics, use of modern test equipment and Wednesdays from 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. There are no senior electrical repairs that will last in salt water environments. Teaching exemptions. methods include: class lecture, training videos and exercises from Two dates: October 18 and November 15. all major outboard manufacturers and lots of hands on repairs in our new state of the art shop/lab. This course is taught by a Real Estate Broker Transition Course certiﬁed master technician. Registration cost is $61.25. Mondays Both evening and weekend classes are offered through the from 6-10 p.m. Location: NCMARTEC. Beginning August 21, College. The required textbook is available in the college 2006. bookstore. Registration is $55. This is on Saturdays and Sundays History of Boatbuilding from 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. beginning November 4, 2006. Learn about the history of boat and ship building prior to attending NEW CLASS!! Broker Relationships & Responsiblities the Tall Ships event. This seminar will be offered Thursday night, This course is the ﬁrst of three courses designed to assist the June 29, 2006 from 6-9 p.m. in the NCMARTEC building. provisional broker to meet the 90-hour post-licensing educational requirement set by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. For more information about our This course consists of high-level advanced instruction covering Boat Manufacturing Program or other agency relationships and duties to principals and third parties, classes, please contact working with sellers and buyers. This course also includes issues confronted when agents leave/change ﬁrms with resulting David Flagler at 222-6149 licenses and education concerns. For more information, go to www.ncrec.state.nc.us. The course begins September 5, 2006, 6 - 9 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Registration is $55. NEW CLASS!! Broker Contracts and Closing This course is the second of three courses designed to assist the provisional broker to meet the 90-hour post-licensing educational requirements set forth by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. This course consists of high level advanced instruction covering contracts and closing. This course will also discuss license status and education issues. For more information, go to www.ncrec.state.nc.us. This course begins October 10, 2006, 6 - 9 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Pool/Spa Registration is $55. Certiﬁed Pool/Spa Operator In this course, students will obtain their certiﬁcation through the Broker Special Topics National Swimming Pool Foundation. The students will also This course is the third of three courses designed to assist the become familiar with North Carolina Swimming Pool regulations. provisional broker to meet the 90-hour post-licensing educational Students will understand swimming pool calculations, chemistry, requirements set forth by the North Carolina Real Estate and ﬁltration. This course is designed for individuals having Commission. This course consists of high-level advanced responsibility for maintenance and operation of a swimming pool. instruction covering special topics. It includes land use controls, This course will be offered on Thursday and Friday, August 31 and miscellaneous law issues, sale of undeveloped land and other September 1, 2006. The class will meet from 8:30 a.m. - special topics. For more information, go to http://www.ncrec. 5 p.m. Student must attend both days. Registration fee is $55 + state.nc.us . This course begins November 14, 2006 from 6-9 $30 certiﬁcation fee + $64 book fee. p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Registration is $55. CCED Page 9 Corporate & Community Education Division | Phone: 222-6200 | www.carteret.edu Teacher & Childcare Teacher & Childcare Effective Teacher Training NEW CLASS!! Using Digital Video in the Classroom This class is great for anyone interested in being a substitute Video gets students more involved, encourages creativity, teacher or anyone who would like to learn more about lesson promotes teamwork and offers a different perspective for planning and teaching methods. Topics include instructional learning. Even the most reluctant of students can be motivated to preparation and presentation, student interaction, time learn. Class begins July 17 and meets Monday and Wednesday management, learning expectations, evaluation and curriculum principles and planning. Registration $55. Registration free if age nights from 6 - 9 p.m. for six weeks. Registration $60. 65 and over. Wayne West Bldg. Registration free for age 65 and over. 3.6 ceu credits. June 19 5 sessions MTWThF 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Wayne West Bldg July 11 10 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Bldg Yoga Sept 5 10 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Bldg Oct 10 10 sessions T/Th 6-9 p.m. Wayne West Bldg Yoga This class will be held in the Massage Therapy room in the Developing Your Family Child Care Business McGee building. Registration fee is $75. The Developing Your Family Child Care Business program will Sept 13 - Oct 18 help you combine your desire to provide child care, with the need to do it as a legitimate business. This program will cover 4:15 - 5:15 p.m. everything to help you think and act as a business owner…to help you build a sustainable business that serves your own needs, as Nov 7 - Dec 12 well as the needs of the children for which you care. Completion 4:15 - 5:15 p.m. of program certiﬁes participants to be eligible for a small business loan. This is a Tuesday and Thursday night course that will begin on September 12 and will end on October 17. The registration fee is $60 plus the workbook. Conferences Held at Carteret Community College 2006 Carteret County Fire/EMS Conference November 3-5, 2006 Courses include: Other Information: • Swedish Flashover Simulator Registration Fee • Public Safety Diver Class $55 Waived for Public Safety Personnel & Spouse Class • Heavy Vehicle & Truck Extrication Conference Fee • AHA CPR Instructor course Early (before 9/1/06) $25 • Conﬁned Space Regular (after 9/1/06) $30 • Law & Administration • NIMS ICS Hotel • Unarmed Self-defense for Fire/EMS Sheraton – Atlantic Beach, NC • Fire Ofﬁcer 101 Ocean View - $59.75 • Understanding NC Response Rating Plan Ocean Front - $89.00 • Fire Prev, Ed & Cause I/II Ocean Front Suite -$129.00 • PPE/Salvage/Overhaul I/II “Carteret Fire College Rate” • Emergency Medical Care I/II Must make reservation NLT 10/4/06 • FD Org & Safety I/II 1-800-624-8875 • Dr/Op- Intro to Pumps • Emergency Vehicle Driver Saturday Lunch provided by • Rescue Tech – Gen Incident Planning/PPE Crystal Coast Professional Fireﬁghters & Paramedics • RT Ropes – Mechanical Advantage/ Highlines Local 4124 IAFF • RT Ropes – Anchors • Dr/Op – Intro to Aerial Over 3000 square feet of vendor space. • Fireﬁghter Spouse class (Sat)/Spouse trip (Sun) • RT GEN – Search/Victim Management Currently working on a boat outing and other down time activities. • ATV’s in Public Safety • AMLS – Advanced Medical Life Support Check the following link for further updates and registration forms… http://main2.carteret.edu/~espenshipr/FireRescue.htm Corporate & Community Education Division | Phone: 222-6200 | www.carteret.edu CCED Page 10 Basic Skills Classes Adult High School 2006 Fall Semester Classes begin AUGUST 28, 2006 SUBJECT DAYS TIME LOCATION Registration Monday/Wednesday English III M/W 8:30 a.m. - 11:15 p.m. Wayne West bldg Rm 112 August 14-25 2006 - RM 103 Gov’t/Econ M/W 8:30 a.m. - 11:15 p.m. Wayne West bldg, Rm 116 Art History M/W 8:30 a.m. - 11:15 p.m. Wayne West bldg, Rm 113 All Students Must Attend Lab I M/W 8:30 a.m. - 11:15 p.m. Wayne West bldg, Rm 316-A Orientation Lab II M/W 12:00 - 2:45 p.m. Wayne West bldg, Rm 316-A Orientation will be held on Tuesday/Thursday Monday, August 28 at 8:30 a.m. English IV T/Th 8:30 a.m. - 11:15 p.m. Wayne West bldg, Rm 112 in the Wayne West building Money Management T/Th 8:30 a.m. - 11:15 p.m. Wayne West bldg, Rm 116 in RM 116 Biology T/Th 8:30 a.m. - 11:15 p.m. Wayne West bldg, Rm 113 Lab III T/Th 8:30 a.m. - 11:15 p.m. Wayne West bldg, Rm 316-A All class schedules are subject to Lab IV T/Th 12:00 - 2:45 p.m. Wayne West bldg, Rm 316-A change. Please call 222-6212 for further information. Work Practicum Basic Skills Staff Adult High School (AHS) The Adult High School program consists of core courses required by the public school system along with electives offered by the community college. The number of units (20- 28) varies depending upon the speciﬁc agreement between the community college and the local public school system. The program consists of classroom work, labs, or individual study projects or a combination of all three. A work experience component may be offered. Passing the North Carolina Competency Test is a requirement for graduation. GED: GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT To Register or Otway Fire Department OTWAY T/Th 6 – 8 p.m. for More Information SEA LEVEL Diane Matlock, Basic Skills Coordinator 222-6211 Sailor’s Snug Harbor T/Th 7 – 9 p.m. . YuShawnda Thomas, Assessment Specialist 222-6187 BEAUFORT Pam Brecheisen, ESL/Comp Ed Coordinator 222-6212 Beaufort Elem. Sch. (Rm C-119) T/Th 6 -- 8 p.m. ACORN Center T 10 a.m.- 12 p.m. Libby Steadham, High School Liaison Counselor 222-6070 Adriana Lopez, Basic Skills Staff Assistant 222-6195 MOREHEAD CITY CCC Wayne West 116 M/T/W/Th 8 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. English As A Second Language - ESL CCC Wayne West 116 M/T/W 6:15 – 8:45 p.m. Ekklesia (2nd Floor Coms. Rm)W/Th 9 a.m.– 11 a.m. INGLES COMO SEGUNDA LENGUA NEWPORT CCC Wayne West 115 T/W/TH 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Newport Elem. Sch. (Hibbs Bldg. Rm802) M/T 6 – 8:30 p.m. CCC Wayne West 112 M/W 6 p.m - 8:30 p.m. CCC Wayne West 113 T/TH 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. CAPE CARTERET CCC Wayne West 112* T/TH 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Western Carteret Library (Rm 2) T/Th 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Acorn Center T 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Glad Tidings Church S 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. GED Distance Learning Online Classes - Call 222-6212. * Intermediate/Advanced Class ADULT BASIC EDUCATION: (Reading, writing, arithmetic) Free U.S. Citizenship Classes! Saturdays 1 p.m. -3 p.m. in Room 113 CCC Wayne West 114 M-Th 8:30 a.m. - 12 noon in the Wayne West building CCC Wayne West 114 T/TH 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Call Pam Brecheisen at 222-6212 for more information. CCED Page 11 Corporate & Community Education Division | Phone: 222-6200 | www.carteret.edu
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