Cape Career and Technology Center in Cape Girardeau Missouri

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					                                Fall 2009 Course Offerings




               Are You on the Right Road?

Career and Technology Center
                           1080 S. Silver Springs Road
                           Cape Girardeau, MO 63703
Telephone (573) 334-0826
Fax (573) 334-5930                                       www.capectc.org
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CONTENTS                                                                                                            PAGE

FACULTY & STAFF ............................................................................................................ 3
GENERAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................. 4
REFUND POLICY ............................................................................................................... 5
FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION ...................................................................................... 5
ASSESSMEMT .................................................................................................... 6
ON-LINE COURSES .......................................................................................................... 7
FEATURED PROGRAMS .............................................................................................. 8 - 9
ADULT EDUCATION & LITERACY (GED) ...................................................................... 10
QUICK AND EASY CLASSES ............................................................................................. 11
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY (SHORT-TERM) .................................................................... 12
CAREER SKILLS (SHORT-TERM) .................................................................................... 13
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT (SHORT-TERM) ................................................................. 13 - 15
COMPUTER CLASSES (SHORT-TERM) ........................................................................... 16 - 17
TRADE & TECHNICAL (SHORT-TERM) ........................................................................ 18 - 19
CAREER PREPARATION COURSES ...................................................................... 20
HEALTHCARE CAREER COURSES ............................................................................... 21
COLLEGE COURSE OFFERINGS .............................................................................. 22
SHORT-TERM ENROLLMENT FORMS ............................................................................. 23
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                                             Fall 2009 Courses                                                                                           3
            Cape Girardeau                                                                              Enrollment Begins
     Career and Technology Center                                                                          July 1, 2009
                                                                                                  for Short-Term Night Courses!
              Secondary/Adult Education Staff
                                                                                              Enrollment for Spring 2010 long-term courses begins
Rich Payne ....................................................................... Director                          October 1, 2009
Dean Whitlow ................................ Assistant Director/Financial Aid
Libby Guilliams ....................... Director of Student Services                             For more information, call (573) 334-0826
Kathleen Clayton .............. Supervisor, Business & Industry Training
David Dickey .......................... Adult Education Evening Supervisor
Ron Baker ................................................................ Auto Collision
Michael Baremore ......................................................... Marketing                  In Collaboration with
Rita Becker ................................................ Adult Nursing Assistant
Harry Bertrand, Jr ....................................................... Horticulture              Mineral Area College,
Amy Blackman ................................................. Child Care Assistant
Brandon Bradshaw ..................................................... Welding                    Our Assessment Department
Becky Atwood ............. Adult Education and Literacy Coordinator
Pat Bratton ............................................ Financial Aid/Admissions              is a WorkKeys® Solutions Provider
Lance Brooks .......................................................... Offset Printing
Beth Brunkhorst .................................... Assesment Technician
Fred Brown .............................................................. HVAC/R                   WIN Remediation is Available
Dennis Cain ............................................................ Culinary Arts
Teresa Compton .......................................... Careers in Health Care                          to Increase
Pete Darnell ................................................... Respiratory Therapy
Kathy Doughten ............................................. Careers in Health Care                  Your WorkKeys Scores
Deborah Drury ............................................. Careers in Health Care
Junior Eckley ..................................................... Cabinetmaking
Randy Everett ................................... Emergency Medical Services                                  The CTC is a
Sid Gerlach ............................................ Construction Technology
Don Grossheider ........................... Aviation/Airways Management                                    Satellite Site of the
Mary Gray ..................................... Vocational Resource Education
Rachal Learue .............................. Desktop Publishing/Multimedia
                                                                                                          Missouri Career Center
Lauri Guffey .............................................. Assessment Technician
Gary Jenkerson, PhD ................................................... Basic Skills
Donna Johnson .............................. Coordinator, Practical Nursing
                                                                                                           The CTC is an
Bill Link ...................................... Computer Technology                              authorized pan® Testing Center
Tim Mayfield .................................................. Electrical Trades
Dale McCraw ............................................ Automotive Technology
                                                                                                         and an Autodesk®
Randy McWilson ......................................... Broadcast Production                          Online Testing Center
David Papendick ......................................................... Electronics
Sherri Patterson .................................................. Practical Nursing                     NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION
Ken Pfau .................................... Coordinator, Respiratory Therapy
Cheryl Roeger .......................... Workforce Development Specialist                     The Cape Girardeau Public School System is committed to
                                                                                              the concept of equal opportunity for all individuals, regardless
Ronald Schaefer ....................................... Automotive Technology                 of race, color, national origin, sex or handicap as defined by
Sandy Schnicker ................................................ Practical Nursing            section 504, P.L. 93-112, in its employment procedures and in
Collin Sheridan ......................................................Design Drafting         its operation of educational programs and activities. The Cape
Kelley Sims .................................................... Respiratory Therapy          Girardeau Public School System is required by Title IX of the
Bob Sink ............................................... Machine Tool Technology              Educational Amendments, Public Law 93-318 not to discriminate
Darrick Smith ........................................................... Mathematics         on the basis of sex in above mentioned areas. Persons who
Gail Smithmier ............................................................ GED Option        feel they have been discriminated against in violation of this
Rebekah Thornsberry ......................................... Practical Nursing               policy may appeal to the Compliance Official responsible at
                                                                                              301 N. Clark Ave., Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701, telephone
Kristy Unger ............................................ Guidance/Placement                  (573) 335-1867.
Kim Bazzel-Wilke .............................................. Practical Nursing
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James Welker, PhD .................................... Superintendent                                  Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990:
Pat Fanger ................................ Assistant Superintendent                          If you have special needs as addressed by ADA, please discuss
Neil Glass ................................ Director of Administrative Services               this with your instructor at enrollment. Reasonable efforts will
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                                                                                              be made to accommodate your special needs.
Kyle McDonald ....................... Board of Education, President
Stacy Kinder ........................ Board of Education, Vice-President
Luther Bonds .................................................. Board of Education
Paul Nenninger ............................................... Board of Education                              Find A Mistake?
Tony Smee ...................................................... Board of Education           Since some people like to find errors, we regularly
Laura Sparkman .............................................. Board of Education              include a few in our publications to meet this need.
Steve Trautwein, PhD ...................................... Board of Education

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   4            General Information 2009
                          Mission                                                        OFFICE HOURS
      The Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center seeks to      General: Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m.- 8:00 p.m.
provide high quality programs, resources, and services that meet             Friday 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
the changing needs of high school and adult students as well        Summer (June - July):
as the needs of employers. The initiative is to offer educational            Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
content and practical experience that yields trained personnel
to fill the service area’s occupational needs. In so doing, this          Location - 1080 South Silver Springs Road
institution shall contribute to continuing economic development                      Cape Girardeau, MO 63703
by connecting training and education with career opportunities
in the region.
                                                                                      Books and Supplies
                                                                         If a textbook is required, it should be noted in the course
                            Vision                                  description. Some book costs are also listed. Textbooks may
    The Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center will
                                                                    be purchased at the Adult Education office, 1080 South Silver
help students make career connections through training and
                                                                    Springs Road, between 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m., Monday through
education.
                                                                    Thursday, and 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on Fridays. Supply lists will be
                                                                    distributed at the time of registration for those courses requiring
                           Values                                   special materials.
• Implement training and skills necessary in specific fields of
  education and/or occupation.
• Stimulate the development of leadership qualities.                                            Faculty
• Foster the development of self-reliance in solving problems.            Instructors for courses are selected from various area
• Encourage work ethics such as dependability, responsibility,      businesses, industries, organizations and educational institutions.
  initiative, and cooperation.                                      All instructors meet or exceed specific certification requirements
• Develop and utilize good occupational safety habits.              for their programs as outlined by the Missouri Department of
• Develop an appreciation for the economic use of material and      Elementary and Secondary Education. The Cape Girardeau
  equipment.                                                        Career and Technology Center is a North Central Association
• Assist in obtaining meaningful employment in a chosen career      accredited school.
  path.
                                                                                       Class Cancellation
                                                                         A minimum number of students is required for each course
                          Location                                  offered. Courses with insufficient enrollment will be cancelled and
                                                                    registrants will be notified by phone or by mail.
Traveling North on I 55: Take
Exit 93b to Silver Springs
Road. Left at the light.                                                                       Smoking
                                                                       The Career & Technology Center is a smoke-free campus.
                                                                    Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the grounds.

                                                                                       Inclement Weather
                                                                          In the event of inclement weather, please watch KFVS and/
Traveling South on I 55:                                            or listen to the local radio stations regarding delay of classes or
Take Exit 95. Left on Missouri                                      closing. Separate announcements are made for the evening
Highway 74. Right at Mount                                          classes. If day classes are closed it does not mean the
Auburn. Mount Auburn to                                             evening classes are closed.
Silver Springs Road. Right at
Silver Springs Road.
                                                                    School will be closed on the following dates:

                                                                                    Monday, September 7,
                                                                      Wednesday, November 25, through Friday, November 27
                                                                                              and
Coming from Illinois on                                                Monday, December 21 through Friday, January 1, 2010.
Missouri Highway 74: Left at
Silver Springs Road.


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       Registration for Short-Term Courses
     Fall registration begins the first week in July and Spring
                                                                                        FINANCIAL AID
registration begins the first week in December of each year.
                                                                             The Career and Technology Center offers financial assistance
Students may register on-line, in person or by mail. Course fees        and counseling. However, with an increasing number of applicants
are due at the time of registration. Therefore, we are sorry that       and a sometimes lengthy approval process, you are encouraged
we are unable to accept your registration by telephone. Please          to apply early. Financial Aid Assistance is by appointment only.
be sure to mark your calendar for the time and date your class          To set up your appointment, contact (573) 334-0826. Classes
begins. You are enrolled upon receipt of your class fees. You will      eligible for financial aid are noted by an “v”. Students enrolling
not be notified unless your class is canceled. You are encouraged       in programs eligible for financial aid (indicated by this symbol
to register early, since classes are filled on a first-come, first-     “v”), must provide proof of a high school diploma from a state
served basis. Early registration also helps prevent the canceling       or nationally accredited school, or the equivalent (G.E.D.).
of a class due to insufficient enrollment. Most classes require a
minimum of 10 students. You will be notified if the minimum is               Home schooled applicants are asked to provide:
not met and the class must be canceled. Conversely, many of             • A plan book, diary, daily log, or other written record indicating
the classes have limited enrollment. Since we do not currently          the subjects taught and the activities engaged in with the
maintain waiting lists, enroll at your earliest convenience. You        student.
must be 18 years of age or older to register for classes.               • A portfolio containing samples of the student’s academic
                                                                        work.
                                                                        • A record of evaluation of the student’s academic progress.
              IMPORTANT:                                                • Other written or credible evidence equivalent to the above.
                                                                        NOTE: Home schooled applicants are highly encouraged to
            REFUND POLICIES                                             complete the GED as a part of the application process due to
                                                                        the expectations of many employers.

       Refund Policy: Short-Term Courses
     If a course is canceled due to insufficient enrollment or                    Financial Aid Basics
extenuating circumstances, a full refund will be issued. If a
student elects to drop a short-term course (courses not eligible for      • Many programs qualify for Federal Pell Grants and Student
                                                                          Loans in addition to Missouri State Aid programs.
financial aid), the student must make a formal request in writing
on the designated form, available at the front office. The student        • Students attending “all day” programs that are approximately
must make the request to drop a course prior to the beginning             6 months in length or longer may be able to utilize Pell Grants,
of the second class meeting to obtain a FULL REFUND. After                Student Loans, and Missouri State Aid.
the second class begins, a REFUND will not be issued. Classes
eligible for financial aid are noted by this symbol“v”.                   • Students attending programs that are less than 6 months
                                                                          in length (or attending only “half day”) have fewer financial
                                                                          aid options available to them.
     Refund Policy: Motorcycle Safety Class
    The exception to this policy, applies to the Basic Rider
Motorcycle Safety course. Payment in full is required upon
                                                                                            Getting Started
enrollment, $100 of which is non-refundable. A student may                • The foundational step for most students is to complete the
withdraw from this course with a partial ($100) refund until              Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You can
4:00 p.m. on the Thursday preceding his/her respective class.             go online to www.fafsa.ed.gov to complete your application,
Students may not transfer out of the class for which they have            or visit our office for assistance.
enrolled later than one week before the class begins.
                                                                          • Students planning to start classes in the spring of 2010
                                                                          must complete the 2009/2010 FAFSA.
     Refund Policy: Post-Secondary Courses
      For post-secondary courses, partial refunds will be granted to      • Once you have received results from your FAFSA, our office
trainees leaving the program with up to 70% of the time remaining         will assist you in finalizing your financial arrangements. Please
                                                                          call to set up an appointment to discuss student loans or
in a program. After 30% of the program training time has elapsed,         other financial aid options.
course fees are non-refundable. Refunds of more than $100 take
four to six weeks to be processed and mailed.
      A minimum one hundred dollar ($100.00) deposit as partial                       Agency Sponsorships
payment of tuition is required for Career & Technology Center
post-secondary programs. Eighty percent of this deposit is                • Students often qualify for assistance from local agencies
refundable when a written refund request is made before the               offering employment and training assistance on behalf of their
                                                                          local Workforce Investment Board. Please contact our office
first day of class. No refund of this deposit is made after the first     for further information about an Agency office near you.
day of class.


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 6          General Information 2009
 Coming Spring 2010                                    The Career & Technology Center
                                                       is an authorized test center for the
   Physical Therapy                                                 following:
  Assistant Program

   Coming Fall 2010
     Occupational
   Therapy Assistant
       Program
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     Call (573) 334-0826 for more information.



 New Fall Course Offerings
Computer
 • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
 • Cisco Networking                                            Solutions Provider
 • Computer Repair

Career Skills
 • Medical Office Specialist (Day)
 • Introduction to Medical Office Specialist
   (Evening)

Trade and Technical
  • Introduction to Woodworking
  • EPA Test Prep

Personal Enrichment
 • Earth, Wind, and Fire (Sustainable Living)
 • Going Green
 • Learn to Play Bridge

Check out our broad range of course offerings.
If you don’t see a course you are searching for
in this brochure, check out our on-line course
offerings on page 7.

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                                  Our On-line Courses
Benefits:
• Over 300 classes to choose from.
• No more getting out after dark to attend class.
• No more getting up early to get to class.
• No more getting out in bad weather to take a
  class.
• Enjoy taking classes from the comfort of your
  home, any time of day or night.                                                                                               Online learning
                                                                                                                             anytime, anywhere...
To view class options and enroll                                                                                        just a click away!
go to www.ed2go.com/cgctc
Requirements:
• Internet access, e-mail, Netscape Navigator, or
                                                                                                    www.gatlineducation.com/cgctc/
  Microsoft Internet Explorer.
• Some courses may have additional requirements.
  Visit our On-line Instruction Center for access to
  complete course descriptions, student evaluations,                                                If you are looking for a certificate course, and a more
  instructor biographies, requirements, and other                                                   intense learning experience, check out our courses
  information.                                                                                      offered in the following areas.

                                                                                                                  Healthcare & Fitness
                          Convenient, Affordable, and Effective.
                                                                                                                Business & Professional
                                      Take ed2go courses anywhere and
                                      when it’s most convenient for you.
                                                                                                              IT & Software Development
                                                    We offer you hundreds of engaging online                   Management & Corporate
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                                            Each ed2go course comes equipped with a patient                      Hospitality & Gaming
                                       and caring instructor, lively discussions with your fellow
                                                  students, and plenty of practical information                Skilled Trades & Industrial
                                                            that you can put to immediate use.


Visit our site to learn more.

www.ed2go.com/cgctc                                                                                 To enroll in any of these exciting
Courses:                                                                                                      programs go to:
• Courses start as low as $69.
• Courses run for 6 weeks.                                                                          www.gatlineducation.com/cgctc
• Try before you buy. (1 week trial on any class.)
• Courses are project-oriented and include lessons,

                                                                                                       Courses Starting at $595
  quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas,
  supplementary links, and more.

                         If you have questions call (573) 334-0826, ext. 153 between 11 a.m and 8 p.m.

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   8                              Featured Programs
#106 Cisco Computer Networking and the CCNA Certification               #204 Introduction to Medical Office Specialist      (180 hours)
Instructor: Bill Link                                    (72 hours)     Instructor: Christine Huffman
This highly technical course will meet for two, three-hour evening      This a fast track program designed to prepare students for an




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sessions per week and will offer a state of the art computer lab        introductory level position in a medical office. This 180 hour




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setting with access to Cisco on-line CCNA curriculum and Cisco          intensive program will expose the student to such topics

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lab equipment. Routing, switching, cabling, network infrastructure
protocols, IP addressing, and basic networking theory will be
studied in depth. You will be assisted and guided to work at your own
                                                                        as Medical Insurance Billing, Medical Terminology, Basic
                                                                        Medical Transcribing, Coding, MS Office, and Medical Office
                                                                        Procedures.




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pace in pursuit of the CCNA Certification exam by a Cisco CCNA          Prerequisite: Basic Typing and Computer Skills.
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Certified Instructor. The on-line curriculum is designed as four        Monday - Wednesday, 6:00 - 9:00 ________________ $1,080
semesters of study but may be paced to meet individual needs.           August 3, 20 weeks ___________________________ Room 204
Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. ____________ $425              Text _________________________________________________ $TBA
August 24, 12 weeks ________________________ Room 207


#107 Computer Repair and the CompTia A+ Certification
                                                                             Over 300 On-line Classes
Instructor: Bill Link                                 (72 hours)
This technical course will meet for two, three-hour evening
                                                                                 to Choose From
sessions per week and will offer a state of the art computer lab
setting with access to on-line curriculum and lab equipment. You                        See Page 7 for details.
will be assisted and guided to work at your own pace in pursuit of
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the CompTia A+ Certification exam by an A+ Certified Instructor.
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Computer hardware and software repair and maintenance,                  #301 Manufacturing & Construction Technician            (17 weeks)
Operation Systems, and Customer Services skills, will be studied        Instructor: Staff
as you prepare for certification as a Help-Desk Technician, Field       During this 17 week program you will participate in an integrated
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Technician, or Bench Technician. The on-line curriculum is              set of trainings designed to prepare you for skilled entry-level




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designed as two semesters of study, but may be paced to                 positions with area employers in manufacturing, construction and



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meet individual needs.                                                  industrial maintenance. Upon successful completion of the various
Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. ____________ $425              classes & components, you will acquire basic skills in computers,
August 24, 12 weeks ________________________ Room 209                   math, mechanical knowledge, forklift training, blueprint reading,
                                                                        welding, etc. Additionally, you will obtain nationally recognized
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                                                                        Work Keys certificates.
                                                                        Classes begin August 17, 2009(*various hours/days)
#150 Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems (GIS)               Program Cost ___________________________________ $1545
Instructor: Annie Anand                                 (36 hours)      Text/Supplies _____________________________________ $195
Geographic information systems (GIS) today are being used by            Students are responsible for their own welding supplies.
everyone from scientists to everyday citizens to solve geographic       *This program consists of several classes and will meet on
problems ranging from the very simple to the extremely complex.         multiple days of the week. For detailed schedule breakdown,
This course is an introduction to geographic information systems        please contact Jeanna in the main office at 334-0826.
(GIS), including its development, components, data types, formats,
and applications. It examines the processes involved in order to
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capture data, manipulate data, analyze data sets, and display
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spatial data. Hands-on computer experience will be a key source         #302 Advanced Woodworking                             (240 hours)
of learning. The use of GIS for practical “real-world” applications     Instructor: Staff
is emphasized. Students will be afforded the opportunity to learn       This course is designed to prepare students for work in finish
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about the broad applications of GIS, appreciate the usefulness          woodworking, and finish carpentry. Students will learn to produce
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of it, and use it as an invaluable tool to visualize spatial pattens    and install interior wood moldings, stairwell wood treatments
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not otherwise visible. Exercises include spatial data display and       (handrails, banisters, treads), fireplace wood treatments, etc.
query, map generation, and simple spatial analysis usint ArcGIS         Students completing this program will have knowledge and skills
software. Approximately 50% lecture and 50% lab exercises.              necessary to enter work in the production and installation of finish
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Prerequisite: Familiarity with Windows 2000.                            carpentry in residential and commercial construction.
Mondays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. ____________________________ $275             Monday - Friday, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. ____________________ $1,320
August 24, 12 weeks ________________________ Room 210                   August 10, 16 weeks __________________________ Room 607
Text _________________________________________________ $TBA             Text _________________________________________________ $TBA

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#303 Prep for ASE Automobile Parts Specialist            (160 hours)      #350 Introduction to Woodworking                          (12 weeks)
Instructor: Staff                                                         Instructor: Junior Eckley
This program is designed to assist and prepare students to earn           Introduction to Woodworking is back! This introductory level class
the National Institute of Automotive Service Excellence ASE               will cover safety as it relates to hand and power tools, learn how to




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Parts Specialist Certification. Students with a minimum of




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                                                                          use plans, a bill of materials and a plan of procedure. In addition




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two years on-the-job work experience as an automobile parts
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specialist may request to take the ASE Automobile Parts
Specialist Test. This course can act as a substitute for a portion
                                                                          students will learn the proper use of hand power tools, stationary
                                                                          power machines related to basic woodworking processes,
                                                                          construct basic wood joints consistent with woodworking




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of the required two years of on-the-job experience. If a student          products, gluing, clamping, and finishing of a wood product.
has not worked as an Automotive Parts Specialist, this course is
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                                                                          Students are responsible for their own supplies.
intended to assist the student in entering a parts specialist position.
                                                                          Mondays 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. ____________________________ $225
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:00 - 9:00 p.m. __________ $1,050
                                                                          August 24, 12 weeks __________________________ Room 607
August 11, 16 weeks __________________________ Room 507
                                                                          Text _________________________________________________ $TBA
Text _________________________________________________ $TBA

#304 EPA Test Prep                                 (10 Weeks)
Instructor: Fred Brown
This course is desinged for professionals currently employeed
in the Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration industry
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who wish to prepare for the EPA exam. Students will learn the
EPA refrigerant usage guidelines and certification. Students
currently enrolled in HVAC/R Installation and Maintenance
are permitted to take this course free of charge.
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Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00 _____________________________ $180
October 1, 10 weeks ___________________________ Room 504
EPA Text and Testing Fee ___________________________ $33

#343 Electrical Materials and Methods                  (144 hours)
Instructor: Staff
Students participating in this program will gain the knowledge
and skills used in the installation, maintenance, and repair of
electrical systems. This course is focused on the specific areas
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of the selection and proper installation of electrical materials
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such as conductors, conduits, electrical enclosures, electrical
fixtures, and electrical appliances. Students in this program
are preparing for entry level employment in the electrical trades
fields of residential, commercial, and industrial electrical system
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installation, maintenance and repair.
Students are responsible for their own supplies.
Monday - Wednesday, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. ________________ $1,010              #900 HVAC/R Installation and Maintenance               (20 Weeks)
August 10, 16 weeks ______________________________ Room 501               Instructor: Fred Brown
Text ______________________________________________ $TBA                  Students receive approximately 180 hours of training. Students
                                                                          will be exposed to soldering, brazing, duct design, air

         3 Ways to Enroll                                                 measurement, sheet metal fabrication, basic electricity, schematic
                                                                          diagram reading and development, electrical control systems
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                                                                          and troubleshooting as associated with Heating, Ventilation, Air
 1. On-line: Go to www.capectc.org and select                             Conditioning and Refrigerant systems. Students enrolled in
            “Registration” and follow the instructions.                   HVAC/R Installation and Maintenance are permitted to take
             See page 12 for details.                                     the EPA Test Prep class free of charge.
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                                                                          $100 deposit due upon enrollment—balance paid in full or
                                                                          financial aid on file at least one week prior to the first class
 2. Mail: Fill out the form on page 23 and mail it
                                                                          meeting.
          with your payment.
                                                                          Monday - Wednesday, 6:00 - 9:00 ________________ $1,360
 3. Office: Stop by our office and enroll in person.                      August 3, 20 weeks ___________________________ Room 504
            See page 4 for office hours.                                  Text ________________________________________________ $93


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10 Adult Education & Literacy Program
           GED, Test Preparation,
   and English as a Second Language (ESL)

                                Free Classes
     • Study for your GED • Learn to Speak English • Study for Entrance Exams •
           • Brush up on Basic Math and Reading Skills • Learn to Read •


                     ADULT LEARNING CENTER
                            301 North Clark Avenue
                           Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
                                (573) 334-3669

                       Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
               Monday, Tuesday & Thursday Nights: 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.


 • INDIVIDUALIZED STUDENT STUDY PLANS • CERTIFIED TEACHERS • TRAINED TUTORS •
                • SMALL CLASS SIZE FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS •



                 GED/ Test Preparation Offered At
                    The Following Locations:
• Advance • Cape Learning Center • GED on Broadway (Marquette Towers) •
                     • Perryville • Ste. Genevieve •


                  Call (573) 334-3669 for more information.




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                         Quick & Easy Classes                                                                                       11
#102 Exploring Speech Recognition Software (6 hours)                      #101 Microsoft Powerpoint: Tips and Tricks           (3 hours)
Instructor: Rachal Learue                                                 Instructor: Lee Horton
Tired of spending time typing, then this class is for you. You            Topics include Customizing, Automating Slide Presentations, and




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will learn to use your voice to input data using Dragon National          Slide Show Options.


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Speaking 9. Speech recognition is the most productive input               Prerequisite: Exploring MS Powerpoint
technology tool for the 21st century. Most users can achieve from         Thursday, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. __________________ $15.00
120-180 wpm with 98% accuracy and above.
                                                                          October 1 ____________________________________ Room 202
Prerequisite: Basic Computer Skills
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Monday & Wednesday, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. ________________ $30.00
October 12 & 14, 2 nights ________________________ Room 206
                                                                          #112 Exploring Adobe InDesign                         (6 hours)
#104 E-mail Etiquette                                        (3 hours)    Instructor: Lance Brooks
Instructor: Deanna Long                                                   Explore Adobe’s premier page layout program in this two night
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This course will cover such topics as appropriate language, legal         intensive course.
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issues, clarity, brevity, filing and retention, prompt replies, copying   Prerequisite: Basic Computer Skills
and distribution.                                                         Tuesday, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. _____________________________ $30.00
Prerequisite: Basic Computer Skills                                        November 3 & 10, 2 nights ________________________ Room 211
Tuesday, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. _____________________________ $15.00
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                                                                          #168 Introduction to Digital Photography               (6 hours)
#116 Exploring Microsoft Word                           (3 hours)         Instructor: Doug Adams
Instructor: Lee Horton                                                    If you have just bought a Digital Camera or thinking about
This is a basic beginner’s course for exploring the first of three
                                                                          purchasing one, this is the class for you. Course will cover
programs that make up Microsoft Office. Working with MS Word,
a word processing program.                                                consumer information and features of Digital Cameras. Learn
Thursday, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. ________________ $15.00                   how to get the most out of your camera and take the best
August 27 __________________________________ Room 202                     photographs. Students will also practice taking photographs and
                                                                          critiquing their work.
#119 Microsoft Word: Tips and Tricks               (3 hours)              Computers will not be used in this class.
Instructor: Lee Horton                                                    Tuesdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. ________________________ $30.00
Topics include Merging, Tables, Templates and Macros.                     August 25 & September 1, 2 weeks ___________ Room 112
Prerequisite: Exploring MS Word
Thursday, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. __________________ $15.00
September 3 _________________________________ Room 202                    #193 Adobe PhotoShop: Tips and Tricks                   (6 hours)
                                                                          Instructor: Lance Brooks
#117 Exploring Microsoft Excel                           (3 hours)        Learn tips and tricks for giving your project in Adobe Photoshop
Instructor: Lee Horton                                                    that professional look. It will cover everything from basic tools,
This is a basic beginner’s course for exploring the second of three       color correction, layers, blends, filters.
programs that make up Microsoft Office. Working with MS Excel,
                                                                          Prerequisite: Working Knowledge of PhotoShop or Consent
a spreadsheet program.
Thursday, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. ___________________ $15.00                of Instructor.
September 10 _______________________________ Room 202                     Tuesday, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. _________________________ $30.00
                                                                          October 13 & 20, 2 weeks __________________ Room 211

#114 Microsoft Excel: Tips and Tricks             (3 hours)
Instructor: Lee Horton
Topics include Advanced Formulas, Multiple Worksheets and
Macros.
Prerequisite: Exploring MS Excel                                          If you have a talent or hobby you would
Thursday, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. ___________________ $15.00
September 17 ________________________________ Room 202                            like to share with others
#118 Exploring Microsoft Powerpoint
Instructor: Lee Horton
                                                        (3 hours)
                                                                                        CONTACT US AT
This is a basic beginner’s course for exploring the third of three
programs that make up Microsoft Office. Working with MS
                                                                                         (573) 334-0826
Powerpoint, a presentation program.
Thursday, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. __________________ $15.00                              about teaching a class.
September 24 ________________________________ Room 202

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#802 Medical Terminology I                               (30 hours)     #810 Dental Assisting                                  (84 hours)
Instructor: Carol Kranawetter                                           Instructor: John Sauer, DDS and Laura Richardson, CDA
This course is designed for anyone who would use medical                Experience a long term and people oriented profession as a
terminology in any of a wide range of jobs related to health care, or   member of a dental office. Students will be taught the basic skills
if you are thinking about going to school to become a CNA/CMT,          to enable them to be employed with a dental office and enjoy a
medical transcriptionist, Licensed Practical Nurse, or Registered       rewarding career. Course will cover anatomy, tooth numbering
Nurse. The textbook follows a systematic approach to carefully          systems, tooth identification, charting, suction tip placement,
learning medical terms by breaking them down into prefixes,             and working with the dentist over a patient. All forms of dental
word roots and suffixes. Emphasis is also placed on correct             treatment including cosmetics and temporaries, taking and
pronunciation and spelling, in addition to learning commonly            exposing radiographs, care of equipment, sterilization, materials
used medical abbreviations.                                             and cements, as well as model work will be covered. Also included
Mondays, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. ______________________ $135                   will be spending time at various offices to observe and learn.
August 17, 12 weeks ________________________ Room 307                   Students must provide a copy of their high school diploma
Text _______________________________________________ $37                or GED to enter the program.
                                                                        Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. __________ $495
                                                                        August 11, 14 weeks _______________________ Room 305
                                                                        Text and Supplies ___________________________________ $68

#804 Introduction to Forensic Science                     (8 hours)
Instructor: Kathy Blevins, RNC
This class is designed to introduce the student to the fast growing
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field are Law Enforcement, Medical, Protective Services, and
                                                                        #818 Medical Terminology II                        (22.5 hours)
First Responders.
                                                                        Instructor: Carol Kranawetter
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. __________________________ $55
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Text and Supplies _________________________________ $TBA                Medical Terminology I to encompass an expanded knowledge
                                                                        of medical words. The course will focus on the following body
                                                                        systems: Digestive, Urinary, Reproductive, Integumentary,
                                                                        Nervous, and Endocrine in regards to anatomy and physiology
                                                                        and specific pathologic disorders. The course will also help the
                                                                        student develop a more expansive working knowledge of medical
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                                                                        Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. ______________________ $120
                                                                        October 13, 9 weeks __________________________ Room 307
  It’s fast!                                                            Text (Same as used in Terminology I) _________________ $37
         It’s simple!
                Takes a few minutes.
  • Just go to www.capectc.org.
  • Select “Registration”                                               #821 Basic Clinical Health Care Procedures               (12 hours)
  • Search by class or instructor.                                      Instructor: Teresa Compton
  • Select your class.                                                  This course will instruct the student on correct techniques used
  • View course descriptions, room number,                              to perform basic medical procedures. These procedures could
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                                                                        health care settings. The curriculum will include instruction on
  • Make your selections and register.
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                                                                        equipment. The student will also learn how to take temperature,
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                                                                        weight. In addition a brief overview on medical documentation
                                                                        will be taught.
  We accept Visa, Master Card and Discover.                             Wednesdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. ____________________ $80
  Sorry, no billing allowed.                                            September 2, 4 weeks ________________________ Room 305
                                                                        Text ________________________________________________ $TBA

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#190 QuickBooks 2008
Instructor: Catherine White, CPA,
                                                   (12 hours)                   Enrichment
Advanced Certified Pro Advisor
Introductory course teaching the beginner the fundamentals of          #421 Introduction to Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain
QuickBooks. Learn how to set up your company using these               Instructor: Travis Clayton                               (9 hours)
fundamental techniques.                                                Always wanted to be an artist, but convinced you can’t draw?
Wednesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. _______________________ $85               This class will take you from stick figures to portraiture, in steps
August 19, 6 weeks ___________________________ Room 202                and language anyone can master. Drawing well is a skill. It can
Text ______________________________________________ $38                be learned like any other, and you will be amazed at what you
                                                                       are capable of! Bring your sketch pad and pencil, and forget
                                                                       everything you thought you knew about whether or not you can
#200 Bookkeeping Basics                                    (8 hours)   do this.
Instructor: Veronica Hull                                              Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. __________________________ $45
This course will discuss proprietorships, partnerships, corporations   September 8, 6 weeks __________________________ Room 205
and the bookkeeping involved in these businesses. Analyzing            Students are responsible for their own supplies.
debit and credit transactions, journal transactions and posting to
a general ledger, cash control and financial statements are some       #425 Intermediate Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain
of the other topics covered in this class.                             Instructor: Travis Clayton                             (6 hours)
Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. _____________________________ $50           This course builds on the skills learned in Introduction to




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Text ______________________________________________ $20                rudiments of portraiture, light & shadow, and color basics. Bring
                                                                       your sketch pad and pencil, and be prepared to draw.
                                                                       Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. __________________________ $40
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                                for
                                                                       #441 Conversational American Sign Language (16 hours)
          Summer Course Offerings.                                     Instructor: Jane Beasley
         Courses are two days or less in length.                       In this course you’ll participate in activities designed to enable
                                                                       you to communicate using American Sign Language. As part of
                                                                       the course, you’ll interact with members of our community who
#212 Medical Office Procedures                        (12 hours)       are fluent in sign language.
Instructor: Sherry Irvin                                               Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. __________________________ $75
This course is designed to teach the Medical Office student the        August 25, 8 weeks ________________________ Room 108
procedures of a medical office. Topics include patient check           Text _______________________________________________ $33
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records. Legal responsibilities of a medical office will also be
                                                                       #442 Intermediate American Sign Language               (12 hours)
addressed. Topics will include important legal terminology and
                                                                       Instructor: Jane Beasley
definitions related to health care, confidentiality, HIPPA, and
                                                                       This is a continuation of Basic Conversational Sign Language. The
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other laws to protect the patient and health care worker from
                                                                       emphasis will be on the sentence structure of ASL and will focus
legal ramifications.
                                                                       on MORE conversations with the Deaf community.
Mondays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ______________________             $80
                                                                       Prerequisite: Completion of Conversational American Sign
November 2, 6 weeks ___________________________ Room 309
                                                                       Language or Instructor Permission.
Text ___________________________________________           $TBA
                                                                       Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ___________________________ $65
                                                                       October 27, 6 weeks _________________________ Room 108
                                                                       Text __________________________________________________ $33
#215 Medical Coding                                    (60 hours)
Instructor: Laura Reubal
Medical Coding will prepare the student for working in Medical         #450 Learn to Play Bridge                            (9 hours)
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Insurance Billing of a medical facility. Course will cover ICD-9,      Instructor: Shirley Gelsheimer
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Diagnosis Coding and CPT-4, Procedure Coding. Topics include           This introductory course on the card game Bridge will teach
V and E codes, Category III codes, and modifiers.                      students how to bid, respond, play, and defend the hand in one
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. __________ $360               of the most challenging and popluar card games in the world.
August 18, 10 weeks _______________________ Room 309                   Tuesdays, 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. __________________________ $45
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#444 Motorcycle Maintenance 101                            (12 hours)   #470 Drivers Training
Instructor: Nick Chambers                                               Instructor: Jerry Suedekum
This course will teach you the basics of motorcycle maintenance         This six-hour behind-the-wheel course is on an individual basis
from oil changes to clutch adjustments, winterizing and general         with the instructor. A driver’s permit may be obtained from the




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just an interest of yours, also great. This class will also teach you
about motorcycle carburetors, air filter maintenance, proper tire
care, cable care, and just good working habits to enable you to
                                                                        student has not passed the written portion of the Missouri Drivers
                                                                        Test. Student must be at least 15 years of age.
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                                                                        #472 Introductory Spanish                              (16 hours)
on your investment.
                                                                        Instructor: Katy Acuna
Mondays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. _________________________ $75
                                                                        In just eight weeks you can learn much of the basic Spanish
September 21, 6 weeks __________________________ Room 503
                                                                        vocabulary you need for introductions, finding a hotel, shopping,
Text _______________________________________________ $5                 dining out, entertainment and for traveling by plane, train or
                                                                        other public transportation. While this is not a comprehensive or
                                                                        complete language course, it is a basic introductory course that
 #445 Earth, Water, Wind and Fire:                    (10 hours)        will start you on your way to speaking another language.
 Practical Steps Toward Sustainable Living                              Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ________________________ $70
 Instructor: James Maginel                                              September 1, 8 weeks _________________________ Room 317
This course will introduce participants to lifestyle adjustments        Text _______________________________________________ $20
that can lead to less reliance on non-sustainable food sources,
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water usage, and energy needs. It will be conducted in a group          #473 Intermediate Spanish                             (12 hours)
discussion format to encourage the sharing of life experiences          Instructor: Katy Acuna
with each of the topics introduced by the instructor, to include        This course will introduce students to the Spanish language and
local/organic food production, water conservation techniques,           culture. Terminology and grammar will be emphasized. Students
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housing considerations, air quality, wind power, and the multiple       will be encouraged to participate with every aspect of Spanish
uses of sunshine.                                                       culture.
Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. __________________________ $50               Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. __________________________ $60
September 1, 5 weeks __________________________ Room 604                November 3, 6 weeks __________________________ Room 317
                                                                        Text _____________________________________________ $20

                                                                        #490 Climate Change and Going Green:                          (12 hours)
                                                                        Tips for Energy Efficient Living on Our Changing Planet
#453 Effective Grant Writing                              (10 hours)
                                                                        Instructor: Alan Journet, PhD.
Instructor: Theresa Kauffman
                                                                        Course activities will focus initially on the critical issues associated
Sessions will cover all aspects of writing a grant from documenting     with climate change, regarding its existence, the consequences,
the need with research, forming the objectives, methods and             and how we can counter the problem. The final workshops will
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State and federal grant opportunities will be covered as well as        impact on the planet, particularly their carbon dioxide footprints,
foundations and private funding sources.                                by undertaking steps towards a more energy efficient and
Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. __________________________ $60               environmentally friendly lifestyle. These workshops will feature
September 29, 5 weeks __________________________ Room 209
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                                                                        discussions on improving efficiency in the areas of domestic,
Materials _______________________________________ $5.00                 transportation/vehicular, and food/gardening activities.
                                                                        Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. __________________________ $10
                                                                        September 22, 6 weeks ___________________________ Room 603
                                                                        100% of all fees collected will be donated to an organization
#456 Learning Basic Yoga                                (9 hours)       determined by the participants.
Instructor: Tim Firebaugh
Yoga is now the number one group activity in spas and health            #621 Metal Sculpting                                   (15 hours)
clubs. Yoga focuses on all aspects of the person; physical,             Instructor: Zenon Duda
                                                                        This course is designed to introduce students to metal sculpture
emotional, mental. It is physically challenging and helps to build
                                                                        and sculpture techniques. Topics covered will include metal
strength and flexibility along with proper breath and mental            cutting, movement, spot welding, piercing, bending and simple
focus. Students should wear loose fitting clothing and bring            figure construction. At completion of course there will be a small
a Yoga mat.                                                             exhibit.
Thursdays, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. _________________________ $45               Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. ______________________ $70
September 24, 6 weeks ________________ Yoga on Broadway                 September 12, 3 weeks ___________________________ Room 502

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#475 Motorcycle Safety—Basic Rider Course                 (15 hours)     #480 Advanced Motorcycle Safety Class                    (8 hours)
Instructor: Kevin Eudy and Roger Arpin                                   Instructor: Kevin Eudy
The Basic Rider Course is aimed at beginning or re-entry riders. A       Even if you've been riding for some time, there's always
minimum of five hours classroom instruction prepares the student         something left to learn. Increasing numbers of seasoned riders
for at least ten hours of practical riding in a controlled, off-street   are flocking to the one-day Experienced RiderCourse to hone
environment. Motorcycles are included in your fee and helmets            their skills and fine-tune the mental drills needed for survival in
are available on a free loan basis, if needed. Motorcycles used          traffic. Using your own motorcycle, you'll put into practice the
in the course are 500 cc or less, street machines.                       techniques of managing traction, stopping quickly, cornering
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The course completion card will assist you in obtaining a                Students MUST meet the following criteria in order to enroll in
motorcycle endorsement on your license, since the skill portion of       the class:
the exam will be waived. Completion may also qualify the student         1. A rider has successfully completed a Basic RiderCourse
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Class begins promptly at 6:30 p.m. on Friday evening with                able to perform basic maneuvering and handling skills such
approximately 3 hours of classroom instruction. It then resumes          as maintaining balance, demonstrating smooth clutch-throttle
on Saturday morning at 8:00 a.m. with on-bike exercises and will         control, brake usage and turning procedures; and
last until about 5:00 p.m. with a break for lunch. Class will start      3. A rider must successfully achieve the objectives of Exercise
again on Sunday morning at 8:00 a.m. and will be a mixture of            1, Control at Low Speed, and must successfully achieve the
classroom instruction and on-bike exercises until completion. The        objectives of subsequent exercises to continue.
minimum age for enrollment is 15-1/2 years of age.                       4. ERC participants MUST provide their own motorcycle and
                                                                         DOT approved (undamaged) helmet for the class.
The BRC will be offered beginning in April and ending in October.
Payment in full is required to secure your place in this class.          2009 Experienced Rider Class dates:
$100 of the total fee is non-refundable. See page 4 for refund           Saturday, July 11th     8a-5p $100
policy concerning this course. Students may not transfer out             Sunday, July 19th       8a-5p $100
of the class for which they have enrolled later than one week            Sunday, October 11th    8a-5p $100
before the class begins. The student will be required to pick up
his/her textbook at the time of enrollment.                              **Enroll early to reserve your seat as class size is limited!
Friday - Sunday ___________________________________ $200                 Check above days and dates ________________________ $100
Scheduled upon enrollment ___________________ Room 301                   Scheduled upon enrollment ___________________ Room 301

                                                                         #500 Techniques of Photography                           (15 hours)
                                                                         Instructor: Doug Adams
#501 Introduction to Feng Shui                       (8 Hours)           The basics of Digital Camera, Digital SLR and 35mm adjustable
Instructor: Tammy Gwaltney                                               camera operation are presented in this course. Topics covered
This four week course will introduce students to the basics of           include exposure, films, lenses and filters, as well as composition
Feng Shui school’s history and philosophy. Participants will             and light.
be introduced to feng shui principals of balance in various              Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. ________________________ $65
components of life and what to do when one or more of the                September 15, 6 weeks _________________________ Room 112
components is out of balance. Participants will also be able to          Text _______________________________________________ $5
do an individual assessment of a personal space and to set it up
in a feng shui manner.                                                   #505 Advanced Techniques of Photography                 (15 hours)
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. _________________________ $40                Instructor: Doug Adams
September 24, 4 weeks ______________________ Room 603                    We will look at techniques to improve the quality of your photos.
                                                                         We will also explore low light shooting, macro, copying old photos,
                                                                         wildlife, sports and advanced flash. Designed for people who are
#503 Feng Shui: Level II                              (6 Hours)          comfortable with their 35mm SLR, Digital and Digital SLR cameras
Instructor: Tammy Gwaltney                                               and would like to enhance their skills.
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This three week course will allow students to expand beyond the          Prerequisite: Techniques of Photography or equivalent
basic knowledge of Feng Shui offered in the Introduction class.          experience.
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. _________________________ $30                Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. _________________________ $65
October 29, 3 weeks ___________________________ Room 603                 November 3, 6 weeks __________________________ Room 112
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#109 Computer Keyboarding I or II                     (16 hours)        #123 MS Word for Seniors                         (8 hours)
Instructor: Debbie Gainey                                               Instructor: Deanna Long




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as they begin to operate computers. Course will help students           processing software.
develop touch typing skills for use on any keyboarding equipment,       Tuesdays, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. ____________________________ $65
typewriter, computer, etc. Keyboarding I is recommended for             October 20, 4 weeks __________________________ Room 202




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students who have little or no typing experience before taking a        Text and Supplies ___________________________________ $TBA
computer course. Keyboarding II is designed to increase speed.
When enrolling, please specify which class you wish to take.
Prerequisite for Medical Transcribing I & II Evening Course.            #124 Internet for Seniors                               (8 hours)
Wednesdays, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. _______________________ $85                Instructor: Deanna Long
August 12, 8 weeks ________________________ Room 210                    They begged you to get a computer! Maybe they even bought
Text ________________________________________________ $40               you one. Now, you are in need of some basics to help you on the
                                                                        Internet. Explore with your peers how this incredible technology
                                                                        can be useful and rewarding in your daily life. Learn to browse,
#111 Designing Usable Computer Artwork                    (16 hours)    search and e-mail family and friends as you become more
Instructor: Sharon Holyfield                                            comfortable with the Internet. No prior knowledge of the Internet
This course helps the student learn and apply art specifications        is needed, however, some experience in using the mouse or a
creating and designing usable artwork for print process using
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Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. Highlights will include
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                                                                        Thursdays, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. ________________________ $65
quality artwork specifications for both digital and spot color screen    October 15, 4 weeks _____________________________ Room 204
printing, working with images and vector artwork. The class             Materials __________________________________________ $5
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and commercial printing processes for better quality results.
Mondays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. __________________________ $95
September 14, 8 weeks ________________________ Room 211
                                                                        #125 Exploring Microsoft Office                      (16 hours)
Text ______________________________________________ $TBA
                                                                        Instructor: Lee Horton
                                                                        This is a basic beginner’s course for exploring three programs
                                                                        that make up Microsoft Office. Students will spend three weeks
#121 Computer Keyboarding for Seniors              (12 hours)
                                                                        learning Microsoft Word (a word processing program), two weeks
Instructor: Deanna Long
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Learn basic computer keyboard skills with this computer class.
                                                                        learning Excel (a spreadsheet program). Following this course,
Tuesdays, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. __________________________ $75
September 1, 6 weeks __________________________ Room 202                there are individual courses offering more advanced training in
Text and Supplies ___________________________________ $40               each of the programs.
                                                                        Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. __________________________ $95
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#122 Computers for Seniors                            (8 hours)         Text _______________________________________________ $22
Beginning Level, 55+
Instructor: Deanna Long
Never used a computer before and want to learn how? Enroll in           #140 Fun with a Digital Camera                         (12 hours)
this beginning computer course for seniors, designed to make            Instructor: Theresa Hoffmeister
you feel comfortable using the computer. It provides hands-on           This fun, four week, one half day workshop is for students
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training in the use of the mouse, the fundamentals of Windows
and an introduction to word processing. No prior experience is          Photography and wish to hone their photography skills. The class
required. Find out what you can do with a computer.                     will meet on four consecutive Saturdays for field trips to practice
Thursdays, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. __________________________ $65              photography skills learned in the above mentioned classes.
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September 10, 4 weeks _________________________ Room 204                Saturdays, 9:00 am - noon __________________________ $60
Text ________________________________________________ $25               October 3, 4 weeks _____________________________ Room 112

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#161 Introduction to Computers                        (12 hours)        #171 Introduction to Microsoft Excel                   (12 hours)
Instructor: Debbie Gainey                                               Instructor: Lee Horton
Never used a computer? Afraid of that mouse? This course is for         Learn to create and manipulate electronic spreadsheets using
you! Learn computer terminology, how to use a mouse, open,              Microsoft Excel for Windows. Learn to apply the powerful functions
size and close windows, get into several different programs, use        and formulas of the spreadsheet program to several business and
the programs for simple functions, save a file, edit a document         personal applications. Also learn to format the spreadsheets and
and print documents. This course will prepare students to take          create attractive charts that can be used to capture your audience
more advanced courses.                                                  in meetings, presentations and documents.
Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. _________________________ $80                Mondays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ________________________ $80
October 13, 6 weeks ____________________________ Room 202               September 14, 6 weeks ________________________ Room 202
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#163 Computer Scrapbooking                             (12 hours)       #177 Advanced Excel                                      (12 hours)
Instructor: Cheryl Brennecke                                            Instructor: Lee Horton
If you have ever tried paper scrapping and felt you were not            Advanced Excel XP is designed to help students learn to apply
artistic, this is the class for you. Come learn this popular new        the advanced features of Microsoft Excel to real-world business
craft using your computer and PhotoShop Elements. Learn the             and personal situations. This class will cover the following
lingo, where to buy or get free paper and elements to put on            topics: advanced formulas, template construction, using multiple
your pages, make your first layout using PhotoShop Elements,            worksheets, using graphics and Excel’s database features. These
how to find and use fonts, and much more. Excellent follow-up           topics will build on the skills learned in the Introduction to Excel
to Digital Photography.                                                 class.
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ________________________ $80                Mondays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. _________________________ $85
September 3, 6 weeks ________________________ Room 206                  November 2, 6 weeks ________________________ Room 202
Materials ____________________________________________ $5               Materials _______________________________________ $5


#157 Techniques for Computer Scrapbooking                (12 hours)
Instructor: Cheryl Brennecke                                            #183 Creating Picture Movies on CD                      (8 hours)
This class is designed for the student who wants to learn the           Instructor: Tina Meyer
more advanced features of PhotoShop Elements. Learn to use              Students will learn how to organize photos with Adobe
tools such as brushes, patterns, clipping masks, gradients, and         PhotoShop Elements in oreder to create a picture CD. The

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swatches. Learn how to create unique techniques in your layouts.        pictures will be correlated with music. In addition, students will
These techniques include dividing photos, circle text, feather/         learn about some photo enhancements using Adobe PhotoShop
vignette/blending, out of bounds, punch shapes, tinting photos,         Elements. Students need to bring up to 200 photographs
unique frames, and color blocking. In addition the student will learn   on CD, an audio CD with music to add to the project, as
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the more popular plug-ins being used for digital scrap booking          well as a blank CD RW disc to record the final project on.
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. __________________________ $80              Wednesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ________________________ $50
October 15, 6 weeks ___________________________ Room 206                October 21, 4 weeks ___________________________ Room 206
Materials __________________________________________ $5                 Text _________________________________________________ $TBA




#170 Beginning/Advanced Computer Aided Drafting
Instructor: Collin Sheridan                        (24 hours)           #191 Introduction to Adobe PhotoShop                 (12 hours)
This class is a dual enrollment CAD class for beginners and             Instructor: Lance Brooks
advanced students in 3-Dimensional design. The basics of 3D             Introductory level class where students will learn the basics
wire frame construction as well as parametric modeling will be          of working with images, filters, colors and layers. This course
covered in the ten week session. A strong emphasis is placed            is designed to introduce the student to the premier software
on mechanical drafting. Students may put in extra lab time on           application for photo manipulation, Adobe PhotoShop.
request.                                                                Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ___________________________ $85
Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. _________________________ $120              August 25, 6 weeks _________________________ Room 211
September 3, 8 weeks ______________________ Room 210                    Text ______________________________________________ $TBA


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#170 Beginning/Advanced Computer Aided Drafting
Instructor: Collin Sheridan                        (24 hours)
This class is a dual enrollment CAD class for beginners and
advanced students in 3-Dimensional design. The basics of 3D
wire frame construction as well as parametric modeling will be
covered in the ten week session. A strong emphasis is placed
on mechanical drafting. Students may put in extra lab time on
request.
Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. ________________________ $120
September 3, 8 weeks _________________________ Room 210

#316 Small Engine Repair                         (20 hours)
Instructor: George Graham
This course is designed for basic 4 cycle application. The
course will cover engine design, troubleshooting, preventive
maintenance, and overhaul.
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. _______________________ $105
September 17, 10 weeks _________________________ Room 503
Text _____________________________________________ TBA

#317 Industrial Electricity                        (Spring Only)
Instructor: Allen Lane                                 (30 hours)
This hands-on course will introduce you to the basics of industrial
power and control wiring. Three-phase power, motor controls,
control wiring, materials and wiring methods will be covered.
Wednesdays, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. ______________________ $140
Spring 2010, 10 weeks _________________________ Room 602
Text and Workbook _______________________________ $85

                                                                       #328 2008 National Electrical Code                           (Fall Only)
#320 Alternating Current                            (Spring Only)
                                                                       Instructor: Allen Lane                                       (36 hours)
Instructor: David Papendick                              (30 hours)
                                                                       Class will provide a basic understanding of the 2008 NEC. Course
This course is a continuation of Fundamentals of Electricity and
                                                                       will concentrate on Articles 1 through 4 of the NEC. Subjects to be
Electronics. Students will learn different types of Alternating
                                                                       covered will be, but not exclusively, branch circuits, feeders, services,
Current (AC) circuits, including capacitive, inductive, and tuned
                                                                       calculations, wiring methods, grounding, boxes, raceways, motors,
circuits. They will also learn how AC works in transformers and
motors, and how it is used in residential and business applications.   transformers, and special locations. Students should expect to
Lab activities will help the student develop practical circuits        be challenged by the NEC and be ready to study outside of class.
testing skills to be used in automotive, residential, commercial       Wednesdays, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. _____________________ $200
and industrial applications.                                           September 2, 12 weeks _________________________ Room 602
Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Electricity and Electronics or           Text ____________________________________________ $193
Instructor Permission
Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. ________________________ $155
Spring 2010, 10 weeks __________________________ Room 405              #331 2008 National Electrical Code Level II (Spring Only)
Text _________________ Same as #338 Fund. of Electricity               Instructor: Allen Lane                                  (24 hours)
                                                                       This class will provide a basic understanding of Chapters 5 through
                                                                       8 of the 2008 NEC. The course will cover special occupancies,
#322 House Wiring and Electricity                        (30 hours)
Instructor: Kelly Statler                                              special equipment, special conditions, communication circuits,
A beginning practical course covering volts, ohms and current,         and Article 250, Grounding and Bonding, as it relates to these
watts and power, series and parallel circuits. Practical application   Chapters of the 2008 NEC. The prerequisite for enrolling in
and theory of house wiring from power plant to house circuits,         this class is 2008 National Electrical Code taught at the Career
circuit breakers, 3 and 4-way switches.                                and Technology Center. Students should be expected to be
Students are responsible for their own supplies.                       challenged by the NEC and be ready to study outside of class.
Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. _________________________ $125             Wednesdays, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. _____________________ $135
September 17, 10 weeks _______________________ Room 506                Spring 2010, 8 weeks ________________________ Room 405
Text ________________________________________________ $38              Text _______________________________________________ $77


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#337 Fundamentals of Programmable Logic Controllers                      #919 STICK Welding/Evening                            (Fall Only)
Instructor: Tim Mayfield                         (42 hours)              Instructor: Brandon Bradshaw & Timothy Criddle (14 weeks)
This course builds upon the knowledge and experiences                    This fall session will be devoted to Shielded Metal Arc Welding.
gained from working in the field of Industrial Electronics. It           The student will be taught stick welding in all positions using
starts with Number Systems and Codes, Fundamental Logic,                 three different types of electrodes. By the end of this 14 week
Basic PLC Programming, Wiring and Ladder Diagrams,                       period students will have the opportunity to become certified
Timers, Counters, Control Instructions, Data Manipulation,               on carbon structural plate according to the AWS D1.1 Code. A
Math and Sequencers. Hands-on training will be on Allen                  $100.00 deposit is due upon enrollment and balance paid by
Bradley PLC 5s. Other PLCs will be discussed. Prerequisite:              first class meeting.
                                                                         Tuition __________________________________________ $700
A basic knowledge of electricity and electronics .
                                                                         August 17, 14 weeks _________________________ Room 502
Tuesdays, 6:00 - 9:30 p.m. _________________________ $225
                                                                         Monday - Wednesday, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
September 1, 12 weeks ________________________ Room 600
                                                                         Text ______________________________________________ $110
Text _______________________________________ $125                        Students are responsible for their own supplies.



     Over 300 On-line Classes                                            #920 MIG and TIG Welding/Evening                  (Spring Only)
                                                                         Instructor: Brandon Bradshaw & Timothy Criddle (14 weeks)
        to Choose From.                                                  This spring session will be devoted to Gas Metal Arc Welding
                                                                         (MIG), and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG). The MIG welding
                                                                         will cover GMAW-S, FCAW, and GMAW-P types. The TIG
                 See Page 7 for details.                                 welding will include learning the basics of welding on carbon
                                                                         steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. Prerequisite: Completion
                                                                         of fall STICK welding class or permission of the instructor.
                                                                         A $100.00 deposit is due upon enrollment and balance paid
#338 Fundamentals of Electricity and Electronics (Fall Only)             by first class meeting.
Instructor: David Papendick                                (36 hours)    Tuition __________________________________________ $700
This is a great introductory course to prepare you for further study     Spring 2010, 14 weeks ______________________ Room 502
of electricity and electronics. We will cover all the basics including   Monday - Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
electrical properties, units of measure, electrical circuits and         Text ______________________________________________ $110
diagrams, circuit troubleshooting and use of testing equipment.          Students are responsible for their own supplies.
Hands-on lab activities will help you develop practical circuit
testing skills to be used in automotive, residential, commercial
and industrial electrical applications.
This course is a prerequisite for the Alternating Current
                                                                                    Meeting the Needs
class.
Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. _______________________ $230
                                                                                            of
August 27, 12 weeks ________________________ Room 405
Text ______________________________________________ $101
                                                                                     Area Businesses
                                                                           • Let us put together customized training
#342 Introduction to Welding                            (30 hours)           for your company or business!
Instructor: Everett Hinze
Introduction to Welding is designed for the beginning welder and         We also have space available for special events &
those who wish to update their skills in Arc and MIG welding.            meetings! Hourly & Daily rental rates are available
Student projects are invited with students furnishing their own          for our:
material. We now have on our staff a Welding Inspector, certified
by the American Welding Society, to meet the needs of local and
                                                                           • Multi-Purpose/Conference Rooms
surrounding area individuals and industries. Should your business
require updating of welder skills, qualification tests, or a review        • Computer Class Rooms
of welding procedures to meet local, state and national codes,             • Distance Learning Center ~ fully equipped
we can assist at any level.                                                  with state of the art technology!
Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. ________________________ $160
September 10, 10 weeks _______________________ Room 502                  For more information call Kathleen at (573) 334-0826, extension 113.
Students are responsible for their own supplies.


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20 Career Preparation Course Schedule
                                                    A.S. = Applied Skill
Fees and Prices Subject to Change Without Notice. Financial Aid Information (v) Can be Found on Page 5.
                    Students may elect to enroll in the a.m. (8:25 - 10:50) or p.m. (12:15 - 2:40) session.
                           Students attend two – 179 day terms to complete those programs.
  $100 deposit due upon application for enrollment—balance paid in full or financial aid on file at least one week prior
         to the first class meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit, and removal from the course roster.

                                    Course       Offering                         Session              Tuition/
            Course                                                Days                                                Length        Instructor
                                     Info         Date                           am or pm             Book Fee

vAuto Collision Technology (A.S.) See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009      Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,075        179 days       Ron Baker

       vHVAC/R (A.S.)               See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.        a.m only             $2,075        179 days      Fred Brown

   vHVAC/R Evening (A.S.)            Page 9     Aug. 3, 2009    Mon. - Wed.    6:00 - 9:00 p.m.         $1,360        20 weeks      Fred Brown

                                                                                                                                  Dale McCraw
vAutomotive Technology (A.S.)       See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,075        179 days
                                                                                                                                 Ronald Schaefer

 vBroadcast Production (AS.)        See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,075        179 days   Randy McWilson

        vWelding (A.S.)             See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,075        179 days   Brandon Bradshaw

                                                                                                         $700
  STICK Welding/Evening (A.S.)       Page 19    Aug. 17, 2009   Mon. -Wed.     6:00 - 9:00 p.m.                       14 weeks   Brandon Bradshaw
                                                                                                      Book Fee $110

 vLandscape Horticulture (AS.)      See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,075        179 days   Harry Bertrand, Jr.

      vElectronics (AS.)            See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,075        179 days   David Papendick

vConstruction Technology (AS.) See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009         Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,075        179 days      Sid Gerlach

     vCulinary Arts (A.S.)          See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,075        179 days      Dennis Cain

vComputer Technology I (A.S.)       See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.          a.m.               $2,075        179 days        Bill Link

vComputer Technology II (A.S.) See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009         Mon. - Fri.          p.m.               $2,075        179 days        Bill Link

  Business Technology (A.S.)        See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.        a.m. only            $2,075        179 days    Rachal Learue

 Computer Programming (A.S.)        See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.   10:55 a.m.-11:45 p.m.      $650         179 days    Rachal Learue

       vGraphic Design/
                                    See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,075        179 days     Lance Brooks
Offset Printing Technology (A.S.)

       vMarketing (A.S.)            See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,075        179 days   Michael Baremore

   vDesign Drafting/Computer
                                    See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.        p.m. only            $2,075        179 days    Collin Sheridan
     Aided Drafting (A.S.)

vMachine Tool Technology (A.S.) See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009        Mon. - Fri.        a.m. only            $2,075        179 days       Bob Sink

   vElectrical Trades (A.S.)        See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,075        179 days     Tim Mayfield

    vCabinetmaking (A.S.)           See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.        a.m. only            $2,075        179 days     Junior Eckley

vBasic Flight/Aviation Mgnt. (A.S.) See Catlog Aug. 13, 2009    Mon. - Fri.        p.m. only            $2,075        179 days   Don Grossheider



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                                                      A.S. = Applied Skill
                          Financial Aid Information (v) Can be Found on Page 5.
  $100 deposit due upon application for enrollment—balance paid in full or financial aid on file at least one week prior
         to the first class meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit, and removal from the course roster.

                          Course      Offering                                                              Books
      Course                                               Days            Session          Tuition                       Length       Instructor
                           Info        Date                                                                 & Misc.

    vPractical                                                                                                                        Donna Johnson
                           See                                                                                             12
   Nursing (A.S.)                   Sept. 28, 2009    Monday-Friday    8:30 am - 3:30 pm     $6,700           $850                   Sandy Schnicker
                          Catlog                                                                                          months
1 Yr Day Program                                                                                                                     Rebekah Thornsberry

      vPractical                                         Tuesday                                               $615
                           See                                                                                             24        Kim Bazzell-Wilkie
   Nursing (A.S.)                   Sept. 29, 2009      Wednesday      4:00 pm - 10:30 pm    $4,010         First Year
                          Catlog                                                                                          months     Sherri Patterson
2 Yr Evening Program                                    Thursday                                             Approx.

   vRespiratory                                                                                                                         Ken Pfau
                           See                                                               $6,700          $1,835        21
   Therapy (A.S.)                   Aug. 19, 2009     Monday-Friday    8:00 am - 4:00 pm                                               Pete Darnell
                          Catlog                                                            (First Year)     Approx.      months
 2 Year Program                                                                                                                        Kelley Sims

  Certified Nurse                                                                                          Book Fee $54
                           See                                                                                               9
  Assistant (A.S.)                  Aug. 17, 2009 Monday-Thursday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm           $700          Misc. Fees                  Rita Becker
                          Catlog                                                                              $150         weeks
    Session I

  Certified Nurse                                                                                          Book Fee $54
                           See                                                                                               9
  Assistant (A.S.)                  Oct. 19, 2009 Monday-Thursday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm           $700          Misc. Fees                  Rita Becker
                          Catlog                                                                              $150         weeks
    Session II

  Certified Nurse                                        Tuesdays                                          Book Fee $54
                           See                                                                                              17       Kathy Doughten
  Assistant (A.S.)                  Aug. 13, 2009            &         3:30 pm - 9:00 pm      $850          Misc. Fees
                          Catlog                                                                              $150         weeks     Teresa Compton
 Evening Session                                         Thursdays

     Certified                                           Tuesday
                           See                                                                                               8
    Medication                           TBA                &          8:00 am - 2:00 pm      $325             $55                   Teresa Compton
                          Catlog                                                                                           weeks
    Technician                                           Thursday

   Emergency                                             Tuesday
                           See                                                                                              20
     Medical                        Aug. 4, 2009            &          6:00 pm - 10:00 pm     $550            $201                    Ivan LaGrand
                          Catlog                                                                                           weeks
 Technician (A.S.)                                       Thursday

    A & P for
                                                         Monday
  Paramedics               MAC                                                                                               8
                                    June 8, 2009            &          6:00 pm - 9:30 pm      TBA             TBA                          Staff
 College Course           Catalog                                                                                          weeks
                                                         Thursday
      (MAC)

                                                          Monday
                           See                                         1:00 pm - 5:00 pm                      $735          43
vEMT Paramedic                      Aug. 10, 2009            &                               $4,010                                   Randy Everett
                          Catlog                                       8:00 am - 5:00 pm                     Approx.       weeks
                                                          Thursday

      Medical              See                                                                                               7
                                    Aug. 31, 2009 Monday-Thursday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm          $875            $148                     Anita Tygett
Transcriptionist (A.S.)   Catlog                                                                                           weeks

     IV Therapy            See         Open             Individually      Individually
                                                                                              $600            TBA           TBA      Kim Bazzell-Wilkie
      for LPNs            Catlog     Enrollment          Arranged          Arranged

Level I Medication         See      July 6, 2009
                                     Course offered   Monday-Thursday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm       $185             $22         4 Days     Deborah Drury
        Aide              Catlog       once/year



  Medical Office           See
                                    Aug. 13, 2009      Monday-Friday   8:00 am - 3:30 pm     $3,780           TBA         20 weeks         Staff
   Specialist             Catlog




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22               College Course Offerings
Required for Testing:
Please bring ACT or COMPASS test scores to enrollment. Students who have not taken the ACT or COMPASS test must contact
the Assessment Office at the Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center, (573) 334-0826, to schedule COMPASS Testing prior
to enrollment dates.

Testing Fee: $20.00 — Photo identification required                  Orientation: July 14, 2009 at 6:00 p.m.
Classes Begin: August 24, 2009                                       Where: Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center

Admission to the courses listed below is limited to students completing one of the following 13 degree programs or to
students who are designated as Provisional Admission or Restricted Admission by Southeast Missouri State University.
Additionally, students completing degrees as part of the SEMO Regional Industrial Training Group Industrial Maintenance
program may gain admission to these courses.

                                                  DEGREE PROGRAMS
   • Automotive Collision Technology • Automotive Technology • Computer Networking • Construction/Building Technology •
          • Culinary Arts • Graphic Arts/Printing Technology • Heating, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration Technology •
                • Medical Technology - Respiratory Therapy • Radio/TV Broadcasting Production Technology •
                                      • Electrical Technology • Machine Tool Technology•


                             Fall 2009 Daytime Class Schedule
                  Course                                                        Day                              Time
 EN 099 Writing Skills Workshop (SEMO)                                    Tuesday & Thursday                  9:30-10:45 a.m.
*EN 100 English Composition (SEMO)                                        Tuesday & Thursday                  9:30-10:45 a.m.
*MA 101 Beginning Algebra I (SEMO)                                        Tuesday & Thursday                   8:00-9:15 a.m.
 PS 103 U S Political Systems (SEMO)                                      Monday & Wednesday                   8:00-9:15 a.m.
 PY 220 Psychological Development Across Life Span (SEMO)                 Monday & Wednesday                  9:30-10:45 a.m.
 UI 100 First Year Seminar (SEMO)                                         Monday & Wednesday            11:00 a.m.-12:50 p.m.
 Technical Internship I (MAC)                                                 Arranged
 Technical Internship II (MAC)                                                Arranged
*Prerequisite for Cape Career Center’s Respiratory Therapy Program



                Fall 2009 Afternoon & Evening Class Schedule
                  Course                                                        Day                              Time
 CIS 1750 Microcomputer Applications (MAC)                                Monday & Wednesday                   4:10-5:25 p.m.
*EN 100 English Composition (SEMO)                                            Monday                           6:30-9:20 p.m.
*HLT 2350 Medical Terminology/Introduction to Pathology (MAC)                Thursday                          6:30-9:10 p.m.
*MA 101 Beginning Algebra I (SEMO)                                          Wednesday                          6:30-9:20 p.m.
 MFG 1000 Principles of Maintenance (MAC)                                    Thursday                          6:30-9:10 p.m.
 PY 220 Psychological Development Across Life Span (SEMO)                     Tuesday                          6:30-9:20 p.m.
 SC 105 Fundamentals of Oral Communications (SEMO)                           Thursday                          6:30-9:20 p.m.
 TEC 1070 Unified Technical Concepts I (MAC)                                 Thursday                          5:30-9:10 p.m.
 TEC 1910 Technical Mathematics II (MAC)                                    Wednesday                          6:30-9:10 p.m.
 Technical Internship I (MAC)                                                Arranged
 Technical Internship II (MAC)                                               Arranged
*Prerequisite for Cape Career Center’s Respiratory Therapy Program



The colleges retain the right to cancel courses or change the time and/or location of classes offered.

For more information, contact The Tech Prep Education Office at Mineral Area College (573) 518-2215.

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                                           Cape Girardeau Career & Technology Center                                                   Cape Girardeau Career & Technology Center
                                       1080 S. Silver Springs Road • Cape Girardeau, MO 63703                                      1080 S. Silver Springs Road • Cape Girardeau, MO 63703
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                                                                       Career & Technology Center

                                                                       Cape Girardeau, MO 63703
                                                                       1080 S. Silver Springs Road
   Career and Technology Center
                       1080 S. Silver Springs Road
                       Cape Girardeau, MO 63703
Telephone (573) 334-0826
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