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									                                        Richard J. Daley College
                                      One of the City Colleges of Chicago
                                          Continuing Education
                                          Spring 2011 Schedule




                      Our Community…
                               Your Future...
                                           Professional Certification Programs
                                            Certified Nursing Assistant
                                            Welding Technology
                                            Sustainable Urban Horticulture
                                            A+ CompTia
                                            Medical Billing and Coding
                                            And More….


                                           Personal Enrichment
                                           Conversational Spanish
                                           Massage Therapy
                                           Make Up Artistry
                                           Piano
                                           And More…

                                           Children’s Classes
                                           Young Learner Educational Courses
                                           And More...




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  Richard J. Daley College                                           Spring 2011 Schedule                                   Arturo Velasquez Institute
  7500 South Pulaski Road                                            Continuing Education                                   2800 South Western Ave.
  773-838-7548                                                     January through May 2011                                            773-843-4500




                        Richard J Daley College
                            Course Offerings
  Certificate/Vocational Programs at                                                                                          Jean Johnson, Dean
  Daley College..................................................... 2-6                                                      Continuing Education

  Computer Training - ....................................... 6-7                                                           Connecting with others
  Business and Industry Courses........................ 7-9
                                                                                                                            in the community is just
  Health Care ...........................................................9
  Basic Skills for Adults .................................... 9-11                                                         as      important       as
  Language ....................................................... 11-12                                                    connecting with family
  Health and Healing....................................... 12-13                                                           and friends. The Daley
  Personal Enrichment .................................... 13-15
  Dance Classes ......................................................16                                                    College and Arturo
  Martial Arts and Physical Fitness ............... 16-18                                                                   Velasquez      Institute’s
  Swimming (Adult and Children) ................. 18-21                                       Continuing Education Department is proud to serve as a
  Children’s Courses at Daley College...........22-26
                                                                                              vital community link. Through our daily connections
                                                                                              with local elementary schools, senior centers,
              Arturo Velasquez Institute                                                      businesses and community centers, we are able to
                  Course Offerings                                                            uncover community educational needs and provide our
  Children’s Courses at AVI....................... 27-29                                      students with access to higher education. Our
                                                                                              community connections allow us to provide students
  Certificate/Vocational Programs at
  Arturo Velasquez Institute....................... 30-33                                     with a quality, affordable, convenient and life
                                                                                              enhancing education. We look forward to serving you
  Business Courses.............................................33                             this spring in any one of our numerous community
  Computer Courses.................................... 33-34                                  classes and forming a connection with you that will last
  Personal Enrichment Courses ................. 34-35
  Help Wanted ...................................................36                           a lifetime.
  Golden and Boomer’s Club............................36
  Ed2g on Online Courses.................................36
  Registration Information ...............................37                                    Our Communities…
  Registration Form                                              38                                         Your Future
                      What’s New Corner…
     Medical Billing/Coding ............................3                                            Holidays for Spring 2011
     EKG Technician ......................................5                                                Monday, January 17, 2011
     Social Networking ..................................7                                                 Martin Luther King’s Day
     What’s Your Business Plan?.................8
     Electronic Health Records.....................9
     WorkKeys Test Preperation ................10                                                         Monday, February, 21, 2011
     Peoples Law Workshops..................... 13                                                             Presidents Day
     Scrapbooking ......................................... 14
     Sewing...................................................15
                                                                                                     Thursday-Saturday, April 21-23, 2011
     Exercise Boot Camp ............................ 17
     Fit Family...............................................18                                    Spring Recess for Continuing Education
     Pharmacy Technician ..........................31

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Subject to change without notice                                                                                     Visit us at http://www.ccc.edu/
Richard J. Daley College                          Spring 2011 Schedule                                     Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                           Continuing Education                                     2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                    January through May 2011                                              773-843-4500
              Daley College and Arturo Velasquez Institute - Approved WIA programs
 The Workforce Investment Act (WIA) program receives funds from the United States Department of Labor
 to partner with agencies in order to provide vocational training and support services to students who are
 eligible for sponsorship. Mission Statement: To provide a wide range of opportunities that will improve the
 self-sufficiency skills of low-income students and enhance their ability for long term employment.
 WIA vouchers run anywhere from $5,000 to $8,000, depending on the career program you want to pursue.
 That money covers not only the cost of your classes, but books too! To apply for a WIA voucher, you need
 to go to the Southwest Workforce Development Center (Building 100) at the Daley Campus or call 773-884-
 7000 for more information.
 Student may be eligible for sponsorship if they are:
 Unemployed due to plant closure        Unemployed Under-employed               Economically disadvantaged
                                       For more information call: 773-838-7545
       A+ Certified Computer Tech           Criminal Justice/ Public or /Private Police      Nursing Associate-Applied Science
    Accounting Advanced Certificate              Integrated System Technology             Office Specialist- Administrative Assistant
       Accounting Basic Certificate                   LPN/RN Prerequisites                          Pharmacy Technician
      Business Advanced Certificate                  Management/Marketing                          Phlebotomy Technician
         Basic Nursing Assistant                Manufacturing Basic Certificate                 Sustainable Urban Horticulture
 Child Development-Preschool Education            Manufacturing Productivity                Transportation Distribution Logistics
     Computer Information Systems                 Medical Billing and Coding                      Unarmed Security Guard
       Computer Numeric Control                 Networking Systems Technology                        Welding Technology


                              Certificate Programs at Daley College
                                                A+ CompTia Certification
  A+ Certification is an internationally recognized credential backed by major computer hardware and software companies. As a
  CompTIA Certified A+ Technician, you will be able to:
                Analyze computer problems               Disassemble any computer for rebuild or upgrade
                Design and operate a company’s computer maintenance Recommend compatible hardware and software
                Limit downtime and expensive repairs by providing immediate in-house action
  You need not have any experience in the field to enroll in A+ Computer Technician training. Familiarity with basic computer
  operations and navigation of an operating system is adequate. You will meet the national standard of basic competency in computer
  repair. This program now offers a 25 hour internship on rebuilding computers to better prepare the student for the A+ CompTia
  Certification. This is a WIA and IVG approved program. A+ kit included.

                            Sec IT10      T/R       Dates: 02/08/11 to 05/03/11           6:30-10p       L111       Kweli      $2100

    502-0240-BAT           Introduction to PC Hardware                83707
    502-0241-BAT           PC Repair and Troubleshooting              83708
    502-0242-BAT           PC Operating Systems                       83709


                                                   Thinking about a new
                                                    career or enhancing
                                                   your current one with
                                                       certification?

                                                       Look no further




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Subject to change without notice                                                                     Visit us at http://www.ccc.edu/
Richard J. Daley College                            Spring 2011 Schedule                                        Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                             Continuing Education                                        2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                      January through May 2011                                                 773-843-4500

                                           Medical Billing and Coding Certification
  The Medical Billing and Coding program is a 210-hour program that is ICCB and WIA approved. The courses listed below must be
  successfully completed to obtain certification. Books are required to be purchased prior to the first class.
  The Medical Billing and Coding career field is for someone who wants to work in health care, but would prefer to work in more an
  administrative role—instead of with patients. Medical Billing and Medical Coding are actually two distinct jobs, so we’ll discuss each
  separately.
  Medical Billers are really responsible for making sure everyone is being billed correctly. Some of this involves talking with patients
  and/or health insurance companies on a regular basis to make sure all invoices are paid in a timely fashion. Medical Coders on the
  other hand really don’t have too much interaction with insurance companies and patients. This job is perfect for someone who would
  prefer to spend time analyzing and coding data. Every duty performed in a medical office has a particular code assigned to it, and it
  needs to be coded properly in order for proper billing. The Medical Coder and Biller often work together to make sure all invoices are
  paid properly.


                                   This course focuses on effective modeling and analysis of complicated health care-related processes
    Computer Concepts in           through the use of computer simulation techniques. Students will learn the day-to-day usage of the
        Healthcare                 computer in the health care setting. Students will also develop skills to evaluate alternative courses of
        170-HEW                    action, thereby improving the efficiency of the health care system. Book Required
          83683                    Sec MD2        M/W       Dates: 02/7 to 05/11             5-6p         3203      Cross              $105

     Medical Terminology           Medical terminology is the technical language of health care. If you are planning on entering the
          153-HEW                  health field for employment, this is a highly recommended course to be taken before enrolling in the
                                   certification program of you choice. Emphasis is placed on prefixes, suffixes, abbreviations,
                                   pronunciation and spelling of basic medical terms.
             83684                 Sec MD2        M/W       Dates: 02/7 to 05/11         6-8p         3203     Cross              $210
                                   The anatomy and physiology of the human body is presented as an integrated science. Each major
   Anatomy and Physiology          body system is described and analyzed to illustrate normal function as well as pathology. Topics
         154-HEW                   include basic biochemical elements, skin, bones, muscles, the nervous system, the senses, and the
                                   endocrine system.
             83685                 Sec MD2       M/W      Dates: 02/7 to 05/11          8-10p        3203     Cross            $420
                                   If Medical Billing and Coding is your career choice, this is the best way to start. The program
   Medical Billing/Coding          includes Computer Concepts, Medical terminology, Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Billing and
                                   Coding, and completes the program with the newest version of Medisoft.

      104-HEW     83686            The medical industry is experiencing a tremendous demand for individuals with knowledge of medical
      105-HEW     83687            office operations, which includes billing and coding, processing insurance forms, and using medical
      106-HEW     83689            software. According to the American Medical Association, there are more than 1.2 million Medical
      155 HEW     83692            Specialists in the United States. This profession is listed as one of the fastest growing professions in
                                   allied health. The Administrative Medical Specialist with Medical Billing and Coding will give you
                                   the skills you need to find the job YOU are looking for as an Administrative Medical Specialist
                                   (AMS), Medical Billing Specialist, and/or Medical Coder.
                                   Sec MD2          T/R     Dates:02/08 to 05/12             5-10p         3203      Cross            $840
                                               CPR For Healthcare Providers
    CPR for Healthcare           Not for the general public. Upon successful completion, receive an American Heart Association
        Providers                certificate in “CPR for Healthcare Providers.” For successful completion of the course and certificate,
       -3275-CER                 it is suggested to purchase and read the text in advance. Limited to six students. Book Required
          83572                  Sec A1            M      Date: 02/07      1 Day        9am-3p         L106      Flaws              $69
          83573                  Sec B1            R      Date: 03/17      1 Day        9am-3p         L106      Flaws              $69
          83575                  Sec A2            M      Date: 04/11      1 Day        9am-3p         L106      Flaws              $69
          83682                  Sec B2            M      Date: 05/02      1 Day        9am-3p         L106      Flaws              $69




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Subject to change without notice                                                                        Visit us at http://www.ccc.edu/
Richard J. Daley College                           Spring 2011 Schedule                                       Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                            Continuing Education                                       2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                     January through May 2011                                                773-843-4500
                            Certified Nurse’s Assistant Program at Daley College

 Growth in the health care system has created a high demand for the Certified Nurse’s Assistant (I). Opportunities exist in a variety of
 setting such as: hospitals, home health, long term, offices, mental health hospice and clinics. As a Nursing Assistant, you will care for
 persons across the life span: babies, children, adults, seniors and those with special needs. Some of the specialty areas are Geriatrics,
 Alzheimer’s, Medical, Pediatrics, Post Partum, Nursery or Intensive Care.

 This program is approved by the State of Illinois; and is designed to educate the beginning I to work under the supervision of
 Registered Nurses to meet the personal care, safety; nutritional, elimination and exercise need of assigned patients. Related functions
 include lifting, moving and promoting physical comfort, assisting with admissions/discharges, and taking and recording vital signs.
 After successful completion of the program, the student will be qualified to take the State of Illinois Certification Examination. This
 exam is offered at Richard J. Daley several times during the year.
 Program Requirements:
       At least 16 years of age
       Pass a qualifying written exam. Call the Testing Center at (773) 838-7774. You will need a current photo ID to take the test.
       Evidence of physical examination and physical medical clearance required prior to the clinical rotation. This class involves
           moving, lifting, and transferring. Student’s who have existing medical conditions must have a physician’s clearance prior to
           entering the laboratory component of the program. Please call Ms. Considine for any questions regarding this requirement at
           773.838.7771
       You must register in-person with picture ID, social security card and one other current identification.
       This program has a strict attendance policy.
       The CPR and Clinical dates will be arranged and may include a Friday and/or Saturday attendance.
       There is no refund after the first class session.
  Program Expenses (Due at Registration):
            Tuition: $910
            Non-Refundable Fees: Registration $30
            Total due at registration: $940
  Other Expenses:
            Due the 1st day of class: $30 money order for a finger print – background check that is required by the State of Illinois.
            Due at end of program: $60 money order to SIU for State Competency Exam. You must have a social security number to sit
            for the exam.
            Books and uniforms: Approximately $150
                                              This is a WIA and IVG approved program

                 DALEY COLLEGE SCHEDULE                                  ARTURO VELSAQUEZ INSTITUTE SCHEDULE

     Monday through Friday                  9:00 am - 1:00 pm           Monday – Friday                     6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
                      Dates: 01/10 to 02/28                                              Dates: 01/04 to 02/25
                         Room L105/106                                                        Room 1312
                  624             82734 D1                                           624            82771 AVI1
                  625             82737 D1                                           626            82773 AVI1
                  3275            82740 D1                                           3275           82776 AVI1
                  119             82744 D1                                           119            82779 AVI1
     Monday through Friday                6:00 pm - 10:00 pm            Monday – Friday                     6:00 pm -10:00 pm
                      Dates: 03/02 to 05/20                                              Dates: 03/02 to 04/29
                         Room L105/106                                                        Room 1312
                  624             82747 D2                                           626            81782 AVI2
                  625             82752 D2                                           627            82785 AVI2
                  3275            82758 D2                                           3275           82789 AVI2
                  119             82760 D2                                           119            82793 AVI2


Schedule is                                                  Page - 4                   Continuing Education email: daleyce@ccc.edu
Subject to change without notice                                                                       Visit us at http://www.ccc.edu/
Richard J. Daley College                           Spring 2011 Schedule                                      Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                            Continuing Education                                      2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                     January through May 2011                                               773-843-4500

                                                         EKG Technician
                                   This comprehensive EKG Technician Certification Program prepares students to function as EKG
                                   Technicians and to take the Electrocardiograph (EKG) Technician exam and other national
                                   certification exams. This course will include important practice and background information on
       EKG Technician              anatomy of the heart and physiology, medical disease processes, medical terminology, medical
        -3023-HEW                  ethics, legal aspects of patient contact, laboratory assisting, electrocardiography and
                                   echocardiography. Additionally, students will practice with equipment and perform hands-on labs
                                   including introduction to the function and proper use of the EKG machine, the normal anatomy of the
                                   chest wall for proper lead placement, 12-lead placement and other clinical practices. This is a 10
                                   week program. National Certification will be available with an additional fee.
            83078                   Sec D2       T/R     Dates: 02/01 to 04/07       6:30-9:00p      L105         TBA            $999

                                                    Patient Care Technician
                                   This course was designed to train graduates of the CNA program in a variety of Nursing Assistant and
        PCT Training               Home Health Aide procedures and laboratory techniques. This course will train in phlebotomy
         -0517-CER                 techniques and EKG procedures. This course is only available to students who have successfully
                                   completed the CNA program and is an excellent opportunity to expand your skill set.

            83072                  Sec D1      M/W       Dates: 01/24 to 03/07        6-9p           L105        TBA               $450
            83073                  Sec D2      M/W       Dates: 03/28 to 05/04        6-9p           L105        TBA               $450

                                        Food Service Certification at Daley College
                               All food establishments at which food is prepared or served shall employ and have present on the
                               premises at all times a person who holds a [health department] certificate of registration in food
 Food Service Certification
                               handling and sanitation. (Chicago Municipal Code, Food and Dairy, 7-38-012)
        -3029-CER
      Book Required            For managers or supervisors in food service. The emphasis is on food protection through sanitation
                               training. Successful completion of the qualifying exam prepares the student for certification. Students
                               must attend all classes and fulfill testing requirements for state certification.
           83066               Sec D1          T       Dates: 01/25 to 03/08          6-9p              2302     Finch           $175
           83067               Sec D2          T       Dates: 03/29 to 05/10          6-9p              2302     Finch           $175
                               For managers or supervisors in food service that need to obtain the re-certification of their food service
                               sanitation certificate The emphasis is on food protection through sanitation training. There is a $35 fee
       Food Service
                               (money order or check) to Chicago Department of Public Health for renewal certificate. Your license
      Re-certification
                               must be renewable to enroll in this course. You must bring your license to the first day of class. Note:
        -3028-CER
                               Your current license must still be current. If your license has expired, you must register for the regular
                               ServSafe Course.
           83068               Sec D1           T       Dates: 02/15to 03/08          6-9p           2302        Finch               $60
           83069               Sec D2           T       Dates: 04/19 to 05/10         6-9p           2302        Finch               $60
                               ServSafe retesting is for students who need to test or retest for the Food Service Sanitation training. At
   Food Service Retesting      the time of registration, you must present the IDPH permission form. Retesting forms are available in
        -7000-CER              the bookstore. You must show paid registration receipt to purchase the form. The instructor will
                               check both paid receipt and testing form before admission to the test.
           83070               Sec D1         T             Date: 03/08                6-9p           2302        Finch               $25
           83071               Sec D2         T             Date: 05/10                6-9p           2302        Finch               $25


               Every person is responsible for all the good within the scope of his abilities,
                     and for no more, and none can tell whose sphere is the largest




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Subject to change without notice                                                                      Visit us at http://www.ccc.edu/
Richard J. Daley College                         Spring 2011 Schedule                                         Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                          Continuing Education                                         2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                   January through May 2011                                                  773-843-4500

                                   Real Estate Broker Licensure Certification
  SB 1894 - Real Estate License Act of 2000 Rewrite: Changes the license categories under the Act from
 Salesperson and Broker The term “salesperson” is antiquated. The term “broker” is what the public
 identifies with when it comes to the real estate licensee they work with in a transaction. Total hours
 required is 90 hours. To enroll in Real Estate Transactions, you must complete a Reading and Math Qualifying
 Exam before registering. To take the Real Estate Qualifying Exam, call the Testing Department, (773) 838-7774 or
 7775. You may take the Real Estate Qualifying Exam only once per term. You must register in person for Real
 Estate courses.
        Transactions          This course is required to qualify an individual to sit for the Illinois Real Estate Salesperson Licensing
   015-0963-964-965-CPL       examination. Real Estate Transactions prepare you for the Illinois Real Estate Salesperson Exam. You
    0937-0931-2028-CPL        must be 21 years of age to sit for the exam. There is an additional $30 non-refundable registration fee
                              due at registration. Book Required
   83757 / 83759 / 83760
                              Sec D2         M/W          Dates: 01/31 to 05/11          6-10p         2205          Sladek        $575
   83761 / 83762 / 83763



           Success is creating a state of mind that allows you to obtain whatever it is you really want.




                        Information Technology Training at Richard J. Daley College
                               Do the terms software, hardware, bits, bytes CPU, mega bytes, gigabytes, and modems make any sense
    Intro to Computers         to you? If not this is the place for you to begin your journey into the ever-changing area of Information
  015-0984/015-0985-BAT        Technology. You will learn the components of the systems and will be introduced to Microsoft™
                               software to help you round out your introduction training. There is an additional $30 non-refundable
                               registration fee due at registration. Book Required
        83080 / 83083          Sec D1            S          Dates: 01/22 to 03/05         9-1p         2106        Cross           $174
        83082 / 83084          Sec D2            S          Dates: 03/19 to 05/07         9-1p         2106        Cross           $174
                               What are your typing skills, “the two finger hunt and peck”, “the lunar lander”, “the beginner”, or the
  Computer Keyboarding         person who needed to brush up their skills? If you fit into any of these and are being held back by not
       -1056-BAT               having the ability to type, this course is for you. Ms. Cross makes this a very enjoyable learning
                               experience. Register today to find out just how she takes routine and turns it into fun.
           83085               Sec D1           R         Dates: 01/27 to 03/10         6-8p         L405           Cross         $87
           83086               Sec D2           R          Dates: 03/24 to 05/12         6-8p        L405          Cross            $87
            Excel              Excel is the most popular spreadsheet tool today. And rightfully so: it is user-friendly, robust, and
         -1078-BAT             packed with excellent features! Books Required
                                           We don’t teach Excel only from manual, we teach Excel from experience!
            83087              Sec DE1          W          Dates: 01/19 to 03/09        6-10p        L104          Lorena          $185
            83088              Sec DE2          W          Dates: 03/23 to 05/11        6-10p        L104          Lorena          $185

                               Microsoft® Word is the business and industry’s standard program. Learn from a leader in the field how
      Microsoft Word           to create and edit documents, set margins, indent paragraphs, format, apply borders and shading, move
        -1174-BAT              and copy text, create numbers and bullets, use the format painter, use templates and print the features of
                               mail merge, tables, using columns, creating and formatting a table, setting and adjusting tab stops,
                               adding page breaks, working with headers and footers, working with sections, working with graphics
                               and printing on envelopes and labels. Books required at first class.
            83095                  Sec D1       R         Dates: 01/20 to 03/10          6-10p         2106        Lorena           $185
            83096                  Sec D2       R         Dates: 03/17 to 05/12          6-10p         2106        Lorena           $185



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Subject to change without notice                                                                     Visit us at http://www.ccc.edu/
Richard J. Daley College                         Spring 2011 Schedule                                       Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                          Continuing Education                                       2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                   January through May 2011                                                773-843-4500
                               Create winning slide shows for your next presentation or next meeting. Learn from a top-presentation
         PowerPoint            speaker how to create the best slide show to dazzle the client or boss. Book required.
         -1073-BAT

            83091              Sec D1        T         Dates: 01/18 to 03/08            6-10p        L401        Lorena            $185
            83093              Sec D2        T         Dates: 03/22 to 05/10            6-10p        L401        Lorena            $185
                               Explore the essential elements of Web and utilize practical activities and step-by-step procedures to
                               design, build, and post a website. Participants will create templates for page layout and learn techniques
      Web Page Design          for fine-tuning and modifying prepackaged Web page development software. Learn how to convert and
        -1058-BAT              scale artwork and photographs for Web publication, use tables and templates to organize layouts and
                               more…
            83100              Sec D1        T          Dates: 01/25 to 03/08          6:30-9:30p       L405        Juan            $149
            83101              Sec D2        T          Dates: 03/29 to 05/10          6:30-9:30p       L405        Juan            $149
                               In this Introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro CS4, students will learn the fundamentals of non-linear
  Adobe Premiere Pro CS4       Digital Video editing. This course will offer a step-by-step introduction to and exploration of Adobe
        -1054-BAT              Premiere Pro, one of the most powerful and popular video editing applications available for Windows
                               as well as for the Mac. Learn how to import and create video files, edit rough cuts, work with
                               transitions, color, opacity, Motion Paths, and special effects, export projects to DVD, Blu-Ray, Flash,
                               iPod, YouTube, Cell Phones other Popular Video Portable Formats.
            83102              Sec D1         T          Dates: 01/25 to 03/08        6:30-8:30p       2106       Sladek         $149
            83103              Sec D2         T          Dates: 03/29 to 05/10        6:30-8:30p       2106       Sladek         $149
                               This course is for people who are new to web design and who want to use Dreamweaver to build
  DreamWeaver Elements
                               attractive and accessible websites. Learn how to plan your Web site, create and edit content, add
         -1054-BAT
                               interactivity and publish your site using Dreamweaver tools
            83327              Sec E1         R          Dates: 01/27 to 03/10        6:30-8:30p       1403        Sladek        $149
            83328              Sec E2         R          Dates: 03/24 to 05/12        6:30-8:30p       1403        Sladek        $149
                               From Parent to Company Presidents, the increasing adoption of social networking sites like Facebook,
                               Twitter, and LinkedIn presents an interesting quandary for people who want to use social media for
                               both personal (keep in touch with family and friends) and professional (network with colleagues)
      Social Networks          purposes. Do you juggle separate personal and business profiles for each of these networks? Or should
         -1018-BAT             you use one account that merges both your professional "brand" image and your personal life? How
                               you should use these social networks depends on your objectives and comfort with mixing business and
                               personal information. Learn form a leader in Social Networking about how the sites can be used and all
                               the safety needed to protect assets
            83329              Sec E1        R           Dates: 01/27 to 03/10        6:30-8:30p       L104         Juan         $149
            83330              Sec E2        R           Dates: 03/24 to 05/12        6:30-8:30p       L104         Juan         $149
                                      The power of imagination makes us infinite.


GREATER SOUTHWEST DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
                                        The Homeownership Series at Daley College
The following courses are offered free and are presented by Greater Southwest Development Corporation
If you participate in both sessions, you will receive a certificate, which can be used for first time homebuyers to secure
specific loan products. Don’t miss this opportunity
                               Are you thinking of buying a home in the future? This class is designed to help you will understand
Do You Want to Buy a Home?     the benefits of homeownership; budgeting, savings, credit; and setting short term and long term goals
        1093-BAT               to achieve successful homeownership. This class will also explain the buying process; where to get a
         0950-BAT              loan, types of loans, the loan process from origination to closing, finding that home, and the closing
                               process.
        83577 / 83579          Sec D1      S        Date: 02/05                  9-3p                      2301             Livia
        83578 / 83580          Sec D2      S        Date: 04/02                  9-3p                      2301             Livia
                           Business and Industry - Classroom Courses
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Richard J. Daley College                         Spring 2011 Schedule                                       Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                          Continuing Education                                       2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                   January through May 2011                                                773-843-4500
                               Are you thinking of starting a small business or have already started your business? This course is a
   Starting Your Business -    must! Gain the knowledge to be a successful entrepreneur from a leader in the field of small business.
             Right             Topics will include basics of starting a business, bookkeeping for business, financial management, and
          -1161-BAT            marketing and legal issues to pave your way to success. This is an introductory course. It will not
                               include private consulting.
            83331               Sec D1          F         Dates: 01/28 to 03/11      6:30-8:30p     2204        Lagunas         $109
            83332               Sec D2          F         Dates: 03/25 to 05/13      6:30-8:30p     2204        Lagunas         $109
                               After initial set-up of your business, what are the most common problems facing first-year
                               entrepreneurs? Most commonly they include cash flow problems, acquiring new clients, and human
   Running Your Business
                               resources issues. We will discuss strategic adjustments to your business plan since the business plan
           Right
                               should always be in flux. We will further delve into sales, customer service and human resources
        -1160-CPL
                               concerns. This course is second in a series.
                               Prerequisites: Starting Your Business Right
            83333               Sec D1          M         Dates: 01/24 to 03/14         6-8p        2208        Lagunas         $109
            83334               Sec D2          M         Dates: 03/28 to 05/09         6-8p        2208        Lagunas         $109
                               Start an accounting system, analyze and record transactions using a combination of journals,
                               worksheets and financial statements. There is an additional $30 non-refundable registration fee due at
        Accounting 1           registration.
         -0906-CPL             Empieza un sistema de contabilidad, analiza y registra una transacion usando una combinacion de
                               jornales, hojas de trabajo y estado de cuenta bancaria. Hay una carga de $30 al registrarse que no es
                               reembolsable.
            83335               Sec D1          M         Dates: 01/24 to 03/14         8-10p       2208        Lagunas           $87
            83336               Sec D2          M         Dates: 03/28 to 05/09         8-10p       2208        Lagunas           $87
                               Continue learning the Business Accounting Cycle to better prepare for you’re your future in either
        Accounting 2
                               your own business or for future employment. There is an additional $30 non-refundable registration
         -0907-CPL
                               fee due at registration.

            83337               Sec D1         W         Dates: 01/26 to 03/09          6-8p       2208       Lagunas            $87
            83338               Sec D2         W         Dates: 03/30 to 05/11          6-8p       2208       Lagunas            $87
                               If you are thinking about starting a business or have a business, you need a “plan” to ensure success.
What’s Your Business Plan?     Mr. Eli Fishman has been a developer of successful business plans from small to mid-sized
        1168-BAT               companies. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn for a leader in the field of business to start making
                               your business successful using the correct plan for you.
            83583              Sec D1          W         Dates: 02/02 to 02/23          6-8p       2301          Eli             $75
            83584              Sec D2          W         Dates: 04/06 to 04/27          6-8p       2301          Eli             $75
                               Today in the US, tens of thousands of homes and properties are facing mortgage foreclosure. About
Buying Foreclosure Property    1% of all residential property in the United States is in or is facing eminent foreclosure. With over 1
        -0971-CPL              million homes being foreclosed on at any given time, opportunities for investing in these properties are
                               excellent. Learn the in-and-outs of buying foreclosure property.
            83339              Sec D1          R          Dates: 01/27 to 03/10         6-8p         2401        Welch             $75
            83340              Sec D2          R          Dates: 03/24 to 05/12         6-8p         2401        Welch             $75

                               Thousands of properties are now available nationwide at tax sale auctions. This comprehensive, two-
 Secrets Of Purchasing Tax     day seminar will show students how to obtain property at 50% to 90% below market value. Students
      Lien Properties          will discover what tax liens are and why county governments are eager to sell properties at tax deed
         -0972-CPL             sales. Participants will also receive a list of states that sell tax lien certificates, including contact
                               information for the most profitable tax lien states.
            83341              Sec D1          R          Dates: 01/27 to 03/10         8-10p        2402       Welch               $75
            83342              Sec D2          R          Dates: 03/24 to 05/12         8-10p        2402       Welch               $75




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Richard J. Daley College                            Spring 2011 Schedule                                      Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                             Continuing Education                                      2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                      January through May 2011                                               773-843-4500

                                         Health Care Careers At Daley College
      Computer Concepts in Healthcare, Medical Terminology. and Anatomy and Physiology are basic
      courses for individuals who are looking to start a career in the medical field.
                     This course focuses on effective modeling and analysis of complicated health care-related processes through
Computer Concepts in the use of computer simulation techniques. Students will learn the day-to-day usage of the computer in the
    Healthcare       health care setting. Students will also develop skills to evaluate alternative courses of action, thereby
    107-HEW          improving the efficiency of the health care system. Book Required
       83683          Sec D2       M/W             Dates: 02/7 to 05/11            5-6p         3203      Cross             $105

Medical Terminology        Medical terminology is the technical language of health care. If you are planning on entering the health field
     153-HEW               for employment, this is a highly recommended course to be taken before enrolling in the certification program
  Book Required            of you choice. Emphasis is placed on prefixes, suffixes, abbreviations, pronunciation and spelling of basic
                           medical terms.
        83684              Sec D2       M/W             Dates: 02/7 to 05/11             6-8p          3203        Cross            $210

    Anatomy and            The anatomy and physiology of the human body is presented as an integrated science. Each major body
     Physiology            system is described and analyzed to illustrate normal function as well as pathology. Topics include basic
     154-HEW               biochemical elements, skin, bones, muscles, the nervous system, the senses, and the endocrine system.
       83685               Sec D2       M/W             Dates: 02/7 to 05/11            8-10p         3203          Cross           $420
                           Gain the basics of Medical Billing a coding to begin a new career in the Electronic Records Management
   Intro to Medical        field. The area of healthcare involving the completion of paperwork outlining patients' billing histories and
  Billing and Coding       submission of them to the individual's insurance company for reimbursement is known as 'medical billing'.
       3003-HEW            Within medical billing there exists the practice of 'medical coding' whereby codes are assigned to medical
                           procedures and diagnoses in order to relay--in a universally accepted medical language--information to the
                           insurance company or in some cases, governmental agencies and/or consulting firms.
        83698              Sec D2          T/R           Dates: 03/29 to 05/12           6-8p          2105        Cross            $150
  Electronic Health         The increasing use of electronic health records (EHR) will continue to broaden and alter the job
       Records              responsibilities of health information technicians. For example, with the use of EHRs, technicians must be
     0987-HEW               familiar with EHR computer software, maintaining EHR security, and analyzing electronic data to improve
                            healthcare information.
        83699              Sec D2          T/R           Dates: 03/29 to 05/12          8-9:30p        2105        Cross            $150

                        Positive attitudes create a chain reaction of positive thoughts.




                                    Basic Learning Skills  Classroom Courses
 English as a Second     This course is for adults who have minimal proficiency in spoken English. Improve your conversation skills in
 Language 014-0805-      this continuation of English language development. Through various activities, games, and role-playing, learn
        BCA              vocabulary and phrases by putting them to use. There is a $30 Registration Fee for this course. Book Required
   014-0822-BCA
    83357 / 83359          Sec D1       T/R           Dates: 01/25 to 03/10          7:05-9:05p        2202       Ewers             $174
    83358 / 83360          Sec D2       T/R           Dates: 03/24 to 05/12          7:05-9:05p        2202       Ewers             $174
     Phonetics I         Explore the mysteries of English sounds. This course is for anyone who wants to improve and understand the
     -0029-BCA           sounds of the English language, as well as concentrate on pronunciation, reading, and spelling skills. Book
     -0030-BCA           Required
    83347 / 83349        Sec D1        W            Dates: 01/26 to 03/09          5:55-9:55p        2405        Sulski             $174
    83348 / 83350        Sec D2        W            Dates: 03/30 to 05/11          5:55-9:55p        2405        Sulski             $174




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Richard J. Daley College                            Spring 2011 Schedule                                       Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                             Continuing Education                                       2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                      January through May 2011                                                773-843-4500



   Conversational English          This class is designed for those with at least a limited ability to speak in English, but who would like
        -0037-BCA                  to practice with a fluent English speaker in order to improve. Exchange culture, practice idioms,
        -0038-BCA                  discuss American culture, and make new friends. This course provides formal and informal English
                                   expressions and adult reading at the fifth grade level. Book Required
        83353 / 83355               Sec D1          T           Dates: 01/25 to 03/08            6-10p         2405        Sulski     $174
        83354 / 83356               Sec D2          T           Dates: 03/29 to 05/10            6-10p         2405        Sulski     $174
  Improving Your English           English grammar, punctuation, and paragraph development for adults needing to improve their basic
      014-0116-BCA                 skills. Emphasis will be on identifying and using parts of speech while building sentence structure.
      014-0117-BCA                 There is an additional $30 non-refundable registration fee due at registration. Book Required
       83361 / 83364               Sec D1          R            Dates: 01/27 to 03/10       5:55-9:55p      2405         Sulski      $174
       83363 / 83365               Sec D2          R            Dates: 03/24 to 05/12       5:55-9:55p      2405         Sulski      $174
Reading Spelling/Vocabulary        Read a good book! Find the main idea, the turning point of the story, and the conclusion. This class
      Development I                will review fundamental reading, vocabulary and spelling skills. For adults who need to improve their
      014-0865-BCA                 skills for professional and personal development. There is an additional $30 non-refundable
      014-0830-BCA                 registration fee due at registration.
        83366 / 83368               Sec E1         T/R            Dates: 01/25 to 03/10       6-8p         2203        TBA        $174
        83367 / 83369               Sec E2         T/R            Dates: 03/24 to 05/12       6-8p         2203        TBA        $174
                                   We offer the resources and the tools to review. The rest is up to you- the best teacher is the person
        GED Review                 who knows you best- YOU! The GED test covers a wide range of topics. Make sure that you are
         0039-BCA                  prepared for a mental marathon on the GED exam. The GED test has five sections: Language Arts
                                   (Reading); Language Arts (Writing); Social Studies; Science; and Mathematics.
            83343                   Sec D1        W           Dates: 01/26 to 03/09        5:55-9:55p     2306         TBA         $144
            83344                   Sec D2        W           Dates: 03/30 to 05/11        5:55-9:55p     2306         TBA         $144
                                   The ACT Review Course is designed to provide high school students with complete preparation for
    ACT Testing Review             the ACT. The ACT is a test that is administered to high school students that are seeking admission to
       4250-BCA                    colleges and universities upon graduation. The course includes classroom lessons, subject review,
                                   problem solving, and timed quizzes, practice test, skill review exercises, and actual test simulation–-
                                   students must attend each class.
            83345                  Sec D1          T            Dates: 01/25 to 03/08          6-9p         2402         TBA         $189
            83346                  Sec D2          T            Dates: 03/29 to 05/10          6-9p         2402         TBA         $189
                                                   Richard J. Daley is a Licensed WorkKeys® Testing site
                               The WorkKeys® Employment System is a comprehensive system for measuring,
                               communicating and improving the common skills required for success in the workplace. It
                               allows these skills to be quantitatively assessed in both individual persons and in actual jobs.
                               Therefore WorkKeys can allow you to correctly identify individuals who have the basic skills
  required to be successful in a given position or. This means that, when properly used, businesses can make hiring and
  promotion decisions based on WorkKeys with confidence and security.
  Daley College is offering courses to enhance your test taking skills. Register now and be prepared for the next test
  session.
            These courses are open to anyone interested in increases their skills in Reading, Math, and Writing.
                          It is a good review for the ACT Compass exam given to entering college.
                               Applied Mathematics is the skill of applying mathematical reasoning and problem-solving techniques to
   Applied Mathematics         workplace situations. The course begins with a practice and review of the basic concepts of
     015-0302-COM              mathematical operations including money, measurement and time. There is a $30 Registration Fee for
                               this course.
           82971               Sec D1          R         Dates: 01/27 to 03/10           5 -6:55P         2307    Maribel       $87
           82972               Sec D2             R         Dates: 03/24 to 05/12            5 -6:55P          2307     Maribel       $87



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Richard J. Daley College                          Spring 2011 Schedule                                      Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                           Continuing Education                                      2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                    January through May 2011                                               773-843-4500

  Reading for Information      Reading for Information is the skill of reading and understanding common workplace documents. These
      014-0865-COM             include letters, manuals, procedures and memos. There is a $30 Registration Fee for this course.
           82973               Sec D1           R         Dates: 01/27 to 03/10               7-9P            2307    Maribel     $87
           82974               Sec D2           R         Dates: 03/24 to 05/12               7-9P            2307    Maribel     $87
                               Business Writing reviews the skills needed to write original business-oriented passages. Emphasis is
     Business Writing          placed on persuasive writing, including organizing arguments and providing supporting details. Some
       -1021-COM               of the topics covered include: Sentence Structure, Punctuation, Spelling, Vocabulary, Proofreading,
                               Organizing Information, Developing Ideas, and Persuasive Writing
           82975               Sec D1          R         Dates: 01/27 to 03/10           9-10P            2307    Maribel      $60
           82976               Sec D2           R         Dates: 03/24 to 05/12             9-10P            2307     Maribel     $60

  Reading for Information                   Save over $60 by taking all three courses at one time.
   Applied Mathematics                      The WorkKeys test will be available at the last class. Call for more information.
     Business Writing                       The WorkKeys Test is administered at the 7th class.
       -1021-COM
                                            Proof of WorkKeys Test of paid fees must be paid prior to testing
           82977               Sec WK1          R        Dates: 01/27 to 03/10            5-10P             2307      Maribel    $225
           82978               Sec WK2          R         Dates: 03/24 to 05/12             5-10P            2307     Maribel    $225
                            Ask yourself this question: "Will this matter a year from now?”

                                            Spanish Classes at Daley College
 Conversational Spanish I     This course is designed for beginners who want to be introduced to Spanish and start learning as soon as
       -7515-PER              possible. Verbal skills for beginners or as a refresher. Begin speaking the language; develop a working
                              vocabulary for travel, business and pleasure. Book required at first class.
           82983              Sec D1           F              Dates: 01/28 to 03/11             6-8p       2201    Mendoza        $85
           82984              Sec D2           F              Dates: 03/25 to 05/13             6-8p       2201    Mendoza        $85
Conversational Spanish II     This Intermediate Spanish course is designed for students who have been exposed to the Spanish
       -7516-PER              language and want to reinforce their language skills.

           82985              Sec D1           S             Dates: 01/22 to 03/05          8:25-10:25a 2205 Mendoza             $85
           82986              Sec D2           S             Dates: 03/19 to 05/07          8:25-10:25a 2205 Mendoza             $85
Conversational Spanish 3-4    Immerse yourself in the Spanish language. This course is for anyone who has an intermediate level of
       -7517-PER              the Spanish language.
                              Topics to include: Brushing up on verb tenses; Discussing newspaper articles; Conducting conversations
                              and relaying opinions; Choosing topics of interest to discuss
           82987              Sec D1           T             Dates: 01/25 to 03/08             6-9p      2402 Mendoza           $145
           82988              Sec D2           T             Dates: 03/29 to 05/10             6-9p      2402 Mendoza           $145

                                                 America's Sign Language

                              Over this summer semester, student will be introduced to the joy of American Sign Language (ASL).
                              Students will learn Manual Alphabet, ASL numbers, Deaf culture, Deaf Awareness, History of Deaf
 American Sign Language       Americans, and the correct way to conduct themselves in the present of Deaf and HOH people. In
          Level 1             addition, students will engage in ASL activities that will promote diversity and awesome
                              communications. Textbook –Humphries T., Padden C, “A Basic Course in American Sign Language”
        -0080-BCA
                              Publishers TJ Silver Springs, Maryland.
          82979               Sec D1           M             Dates: 01/24 to 03/14      6:30-8:30p 2307       Mason        $119
          82980               Sec D2           M             Dates: 03/28 to 05/09      6:30-8:30p 2307       Mason        $119




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Richard J. Daley College                         Spring 2011 Schedule                                       Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                          Continuing Education                                       2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                   January through May 2011                                                773-843-4500
                              Learn basic sign language for communicating with Deaf individuals. Curriculum will include sign
 American Sign Language       language vocabulary, gestures, syntax, American Sign Language history, and aspects of Deaf culture and
                              the Deaf community. This class is a continuation of American Sign Language I.
          Level 2
                              Prerequisites: Completion of American Sign Language I or other previous sign language class is
        -0081-BCA             required. Textbook –Humphries T., Padden C, “A Basic Course in American Sign Language”
                              Publishers TJ Silver Springs, Maryland.
          82981               Sec D1         W              Dates: 01/26 to 03/09 6:30-8:30p   2307     Mason          $119
          82982               Sec D2         W              Dates: 03/30 to 05/11 6:30-8:30p   2307     Mason          $119

      Conversational          Are U Ready for the next step? Are you eager to carry on a conversation in American Sign Language
      Sign Language           using the four modulation patterns of ASL. Conversational Sign Language class led by Mason. No
                              talking is allowed in class. Emphasis is on expressive and receptive sign skills in ASL. This course is for
        -0082-BCA             students completing level 1 & 2 of ASL
          83591               Sec D1           F            Dates: 01/28 to 03/11        6:30-8:30p      2307      Mason           $119
          83593               Sec D2           F            Dates: 03/25 to 05/13        6:30-8:30p      2307      Mason           $119

       Ninety-nine percent of failures come from people who have the habit of making excuses.

                                                        Massage Therapy
   Basic Swedish Massage    Discover the powerful healing and rejuvenating of body massage. Relieve tension, reduce stress and
           Part I           improve blood circulation. Learn the mechanics of doing massage. See demonstrations by the master
        -6088-HEW           masseur. Limit 16 students.
          82989             Sec D1       T        Dates: 01/25 to 03/08    6-7:55p       1403       Winkfield              $75
          82990             Sec D2       T        Dates: 03/29 to 05/10    6-7:55p       1403       Winkfield              $75
  Basic Swedish Massage     Learn how easy it is to do a full body massage. Learn how to improve the health of others by helping them
          Part II           to relax. Lots of hands-on practice sessions. Lots of fun exercising to music to condition hands and arms
        -6093-HEW           to do full body massage. Limit 16 students.
          82991             Sec D1         T        Dates: 01/25 to 03/08       8-10p          3208         Winkfield             $75
          82993             Sec D2         T        Dates: 03/29 to 05/10       8-10p          3208         Winkfield             $75

 Therapeutic Massage 1      You must have successfully completed the Swedish Massage Part 1 -2 course before enrolling in
      -6193-HEW             Therapeutic Massage 1. This course focuses on doing a full-body massage including how to use your
                            knuckles, elbows, and percussion techniques. Learn how to start a massage business. This course will
                            have extensive hands-on practice and body conditioning exercises to music. A $39.95 training package is
                            required. Limit 16 students.
          82994             Sec D1       R           Dates: 01/27 to 03/10        6-7:55p        1403     Winkfield            $75
          82995             Sec D2       R           Dates: 03/24 to 05/12        6-7:55p        1403     Winkfield            $75
 Therapeutic Massage 2      You must have successfully completed all 3 levels before enrolling in Therapeutic 2. This course focuses
      -6194-HEW             on foot reflexology, Shiatsu, how to relieve aches and pains, and how to perform range-of motion
                            movement and Hand English techniques. Anatomy study charts required. A certificate of completion will
                            be issued at completion.
          82996             Sec D1        R          Dates: 01/27 to 03/10         8-10p          3208      Winkfield           $75
          82997             Sec D2        R          Dates: 03/24 to 05/12         8-10p          3208      Winkfield           $75



      Don't let the fear of the time it will take to accomplish something stand in the way of your doing it.
       The time will pass anyway; we might just as well put that passing time to the best possible use.




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Richard J. Daley College                           Spring 2011 Schedule                                       Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                            Continuing Education                                       2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                     January through May 2011                                                773-843-4500


                           Mind – Health and Behavioral Management Seminars

      Acupressure           Tired of being in pain and spending vast amounts of money on vitamins, diets, doctors and prescriptions?
      -7054-COM             Learn painless, non-evasive techniques to restore health and take control. Regulate balance and normalize
                            your body to function at peak performance. Acupressure is acupuncture without needles.
          83734             Sec D1         M        Date: 01/24         1 Day            6-9p         2403         Lavin              $49
          83736             Sec E1          T       Date: 02/15         1 Day            6-9p         2403         Lavin              $49
                            Is anger controlling you? Negative anger depletes one’s energy. Most anger stems from old hurts,
   Anger Management         injustices and unprocessed negative feelings. People who make us angry – control us. Learn to take back
      -7295-COM             your power and the difference between constructive/healthy anger and destructive anger. Deal with anger
                            before it leads to depression, isolation or even violence.
          83737             Sec D1          T        Date: 01/25       1 Day           6-9p      2403         Lavin             $49
          83738             Sec E1          T       Date: 03/15         1 Day            6-9p         2403        Lavin               $49

  Stress Management         This workshop will equip participants with tools and techniques to create healthy stress management
                            habits. Similar to building a muscle, participants will practice identifying when it is important to step away
       6098-COM
                            from stress before it has a debilitating effect. Further, they will learn productive ways to recover from
                            stress and maximize their energy levels.
          83839             Sec D1          M        Date: 02/14       1 Day              6-9p         2403          Lavin             $49

                                                All our dreams can come true

                                        If we have the courage to pursue them.

                                       PEOPLE’S LAW SCHOOL for the Community
                                                              FREE!
    Daley College offers workshops in which distinguished judges and/or lawyers explain in language you can understand,
   how the legal system works and how it can help you. Call for register for any or all of the People’s Law School Workshops
                                                      at 773-838-7545
 Divorce Child Support
         83596             961    Sec A1           F         Date: 02/18        1 Day            4-6p      2401       Free
      Employment
     Discrimination        961     Sec B1          F         Date: 02/25        1 Day            4-6p     2401        Free
         83597
 Criminal Law and the
 Rights of the Accused     961     Sec C1          F         Date: 03/11        1 Day            4-6p     2401        Free
         83598
 Automobile Accidents
  and Personal Injury      961     Sec D1          F          Date:03/18        1 Day            4-6p     2401        Free
         83599
   Wills, Trusts, and
    Estate Planning        961     Sec A2          F         Date: 03/25        1 Day            4-6p     2401        Free
         83600
 Traffic Accidents and
       Violations          961     Sec B2          F         Date: 04/08        1 Day            4-6p     2401        Free
         83603




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Richard J. Daley College                           Spring 2011 Schedule                                       Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                            Continuing Education                                       2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                     January through May 2011                                                773-843-4500

                                      Personal Enrichment Courses at Daley College

                                                               Sewing

   Sewing –Beginner          Learn to sew and make clothing. Training on sewing machines, machine parts, measurements, zippers,
      -7162-PER             sleeves, buttonholes and pattern making will be provided. Students furnish their own sewing notions and
                            fabrics. Student must bring portable sewing machine to class.
         82998               Sec D1        W            Dates: 01/26 to 03/09       6:30-9p       3204        Jeaneen                $85
         82999               Sec D2        W            Dates: 03/30 to 05/11       6:30-9p       3204        Jeaneen                $85
                            Your next step in learning to sew. Instruction will include body measurements, choice of fabric, pattern,
 Sewing Intermediate
                            and interfacing. Finishing touches will include buttonholes, buttons and hem finishes. Students are
     -7163-PER
                            responsible for patterns, fabrics and supplies. Student must bring portable sewing machine to class.
         83000             Sec D1          R            Dates: 01/27 to 03/10       6:30-9p       3204          Jeaneen              $85
         83001             Sec D2          R            Dates: 03/24 to 05/12       6:30-9p       3204          Jeaneen              $85

                                                  Personal Make-up Artist
                            This course is designed to introduce students tJeaneeno the fundamentals of makeup artistry techniques and
                            grooming to help them enhance their own beauty. The course will teach you how to lose the fear of makeup
  Personal Make-Up
                            selection, color, and makeup application. The fundamentals of makeup artistry techniques will include tools,
       Artistry
                            sanitation, color theory, highlighting and contouring, and will teach you to go from a day look to an evening
      -7212-PER
                            look. The course will also address skin care and hair care. There will be additional fees for cosmetics
                            supplies. Bilingual Spanish
        83002               Sec D2        M           Dates: 02/07 to 04/18        6-9p          3302          Annabel              $135


                                                      Digital Photography
 Digital Photography    Now that you have mastered the camera, it is time to create a living legacy of your talents. Learn the secrets
         Part 2         from a professional. Don’t hesitate – register now. Prerequisite: Digital Photography I or proficient
      -7128-PER         knowledge of artistic and technical aspects of ISO, f-stop, and shutter speed controls.
        83006           Sec D1            M           Dates: 01/24 to 03/14       6-8p          3102            Mortel                $87
        83007           Sec D2            M           Dates: 03/28 to 05/09       6-8p          3102            Mortel                $87
                           Find out how to take a picture and make it come alive digitally. What secrets are hidden away in your camera?
 Digital Photography
                           Whether you're a beginner or an experienced amateur photographer, you're bound to find a few tips, tricks and
         Part 1
                           ideas on how to take new, exciting photos. Equipment can be either a DSLR camera or from a film ready
      -7127-PER
                           camera that has been developed on a CD.
        83008               Sec D1         T          Dates: 01/25 to 03/08       6-8p         3103             Mortel               $87
        83009               Sec D2         T          Dates: 03/29 to 05/10       6-8p         3103             Mortel               $87


                                                        Scrapbooking 101
                        Scrapbooking 101 also includes a reference section with helpful advice on designing interesting lay-outs,
                        developing an artistic eye and the story-telling aspects of scrapbooking. Original project suggestions are
  Scrapbooking 101
                        included as well as advice on how to make the time to enjoy your hobby properly. The course is open to
     7042-PER
                        everyone. No art experience required. There are no required books. Supply list will be available at the time of
                        registration.
        83606            Sec D1          R         Dates: 01/27 to 03/10      6-8:30p       3204            Lujano                 $85
        83607            Sec D2          R         Dates: 03/24 to 05/12      6-8:30p       3204            Lujano                 $85




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Richard J. Daley College                           Spring 2011 Schedule                                      Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                            Continuing Education                                      2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                     January through May 2011                                               773-843-4500

                                             Cake Decorating at Daley College

  Cake Decorating       Learn creative decoration of cakes with step-by-step instruction. You will start at the basic cake decorating
      Level 1           technique, frosting and the zigzag, star, curling and rose making are taught. Bilingual Spanish
    -7156-PER
      83010             Sec D1               M      Dates: 01/24 to 03/14           6-9p              1205       Martha              $85
      83011             Sec D2               M      Dates: 03/28 to 05/09           6-9p              1205       Martha              $85

  Cake Decorating          Learn the more advance techniques to the “Art of Cake Decorating.” This course is for the student who has
      Level 2              completed level 1. Bilingual Spanish
    -7157-PER
      83012             Sec D1               R      Dates: 01/27 to 03/10           6-9p              1205       Martha              $85
      83013             Sec D2               R      Dates: 03/24 to 05/12           6-9p              1205       Martha              $85



                                             Su Primer Idioma es el Español!
      Le gustaria tomar alguna clase en la cual pueda desarollar su creatividad sin tener que preocuparse sobre
      el idioma. Ofrecemos clases de costura, maquillaje artistico personal, decoracion de pasteles, y diseño
      floral enseñadas por instructores bilingues en ingles y español.


                                                       Floral Design
Fundamentals of Silk    Create your own beautiful silk floral gifts even if you are an absolute flower arranging beginner. Begin with the
   Floral Design        simplest skills and progress to arrangements that require more and more expertise. By the last lesson, you will
      Level 1           be ready to create your own arrangement with flair and confidence. Imagine the reaction of the lucky person
    -7033-PER           who receives your fabulous gift of flowers! Supply list is available at registration. Bilingual Spanish
       83014            Sec D1               F      Dates: 01/28 to 03/11           5-7p              3204        TBA                $75
       83015            Sec D2               F      Dates: 03/25 to 05/13           5-7p              3204        TBA                $75
Fundamentals of Silk
   Floral Design        Welcome to the next level of Floral Design. Learn how to make 3-D floral canvas designs, wall floral plates,
      Level 2           artificial fruit and silk arrangements, and floral Wallpaper fans with silk flowers. Bilingual Spanish
    -7033-PER
       83016            Sec E1               F      Dates: 01/28 to 03/11           7-9p              3204        TBA                $75
       83017            Sec E2               F      Dates: 03/25 to 05/13           7-9p              3204        TBA                $75


                                    The reward of a thing well done is to have done it.


                                                         Piano for Adults
                       Maybe you took piano lessons as a child and want to try again. Perhaps you always wanted to learn so you
  Piano for Adults     could entertain at parties and for friends. It could be that you already play and you just want to improve your
     -7130-PER         skills and brush up on your theory or ear training. Beginners are welcome; classes are relaxed and fun. The
                       course is 10 weeks in length and students will need to bring a transportable, basic electronic piano keyboard
                       to class.
       83018
                       Sec D1            F        Dates: 01/28 to 03/11           6-8p             3208       Quincy               $125
       83019
                       Sec D2            F        Dates: 03/25 to 05/13           6-8p             3208       Quincy               $125




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Richard J. Daley College                          Spring 2011 Schedule                                       Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                           Continuing Education                                       2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                    January through May 2011                                                773-843-4500

                                             Dance Classes at Daley College
Contemporary Latin      The course focuses on basic time step and open solo footwork (shines), variations, and on partnering by
   I (Beginner)         covering basic turning patterns and combinations. Learn the techniques of leading and following for Salsa,
    -7067-PER           Cha Cha Cha, and Merengue.
       83020            Sec D1        R          Dates: 01/27 to 03/10      6:45-8:15p       Lobby         Tyree              $69
       83021            Sec D2        R          Dates: 03/24 to 05/12      6:45-8:15p       Lobby         Tyree              $69
  Argentine Tango       I have two left feet, can I really learn to dance the Tango? Yes you can! In fact we often find that people who
    -7052-PER           think they can't dance find that the Tango suits them perfectly.
       83025            Sec D1        R             Dates: 01/27 to 03/10          8:30-10p       Lobby        Tyree                $69
       83026            Sec D2        R             Dates: 03/24 to 05/12          8:30-10p       Lobby        Tyree                $69
  Stepping Dance I      Monday nights are smokin’ at Steppin’ Out! The atmosphere is fun and lively. If you are new to stepping this
     -7076-PER          is a wonderful atmosphere for learning and having fun. Learn the art of creative turns, partner work, initial
                        footwork, and appreciating stepping music.
        83027           Sec D1        M             Dates: 01/24 to 03/14           6:30-8p       Lobby        Smith                $59
        83028           Sec D2        M             Dates: 03/28 to 05/09           6:30-8p       Lobby        Smith                $59
  Stepping Dance II     In this class you will learn the advanced techniques of Stepping and Walking. Prerequisite: Stepping Dance I
      -7078-PER         students only.
        83029           Sec D1          T          Dates: 01/25 to 03/08          6:30-8p       Lobby       Smith               $59
        83031           Sec D2          T          Dates: 03/29 to 05/10          6:30-8p       Lobby       Smith               $59
    Belly Dancing       Dance! Dance! Dance! A fitness alternative for women of all ages, shapes and sizes. Firm up! Slim Down!
     -7075-PER          Meld Eastern modern dance and ballet for the very best workout available.
        83032           Sec D1       M         Dates: 01/24 to 03/14            6:30-8p        Theater    Djalaal           $69
        83033           Sec D2       M         Dates: 03/28 to 05/09            6:30-8p        Theater    Djalaal           $69


                 Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.
                        Dancing Cumbia encompasses life itself in its joyous and strong body movements that has many turns using
                        contemporary Columbia lyrical style music.
Cumbia and Bachata      Depending on the dancers, Bachata ranges from very sensual to absolutely scorching! Bachata utilizes a
     7067-PER           unique set of steps and hip action in a very intimate closed position or a less steamy open position. Bachata is
                        a very romantic dance. Both Latin dances can be danced quite beautifully with just a few steps but many
                        complex and beautiful turns that may be added. Learn Cumbia and Bachata from Stra. Fernandez and get
                        ready for the hottest clubs in town
        83034           Sec E1         W           Dates: 01/26 to 03/09           7-8:30p           Lobby     Fernandez            $69
        83035           Sec E2         W           Dates: 03/30 to 05/11           7-8:30p           Lobby     Fernandez            $69

                                            Martial Arts and Physical Fitness

                      Martial arts classes will be held on a continuous schedule so that you will continue your training non-stop.
                      Register for both sessions and save.
 Karate for Adults    It is practically impossible to learn karate without the aid of a karate master. These days, most novice karatekas
   -4289-PER          find their master through a karate school. This course is designed to help students increase their stamina,
                      flexibility, and basic self-defense techniques. Main course objectives include increasing physical fitness and self-
                      confidence, relieving stress, and gaining the self-discipline to develop better study, work, and life habits.

       83036          Sec D1         F         Dates: 01/28 to 03/11          7:30-9:00p             B700             Butler          $89
       83037          Sec D2         F         Dates: 03/25 to 05/13          7:30-9:00p             B700             Butler          $89
       83038          Sec E2         F         Dates: 01/28 to 05/13          7:30-9:00p             B700             Butler        $159



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Richard J. Daley College                           Spring 2011 Schedule                                        Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                            Continuing Education                                        2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                     January through May 2011                                                 773-843-4500

                      You've seen it in movies: A girl walks through an isolated parking garage. Suddenly, an evil-looking guy jumps
                      out from behind an SUV. Girl jabs bad guy in the eyes with her keys — or maybe she kicks him in a certain
                      sensitive place. Either way, while he's squirming, she leaps into her car and speeds to safety. That's the movies.
Self Defense Safety
     6008-PER         Many people think of self-defense as a karate kick to the groin or jab in the eyes of an attacker. But self-defense
                      actually means doing everything possible to avoid fighting someone who threatens or attacks you. Self-defense is
                      all about using your smarts — not your fists. Self defense safety course is set up with safe "simulations"
                      reproducing what happens in the "real world
       83039           Sec D1       T           Dates: 01/25 to 03/08            6:30-8p              B700              Butler          $59
       83040           Sec D2       T           Dates: 03/29 to 05/10            6:30-8p              B700              Butler          $59

 Tae Kwon Do for      Martial arts classes will be held on a continuous schedule so that you will continue your training non-stop.
 Beginning Adults     Register for both sessions and save.
   -6053-HEW          Tae Kwon-Do is the scientific use of the body in the method of self-defense; a body that has gained the ultimate
                      use of its facilities through intensive physical and mental training. It is more than a martial art; it is discipline,
                      technique, and mental training for building a strong sense of justice, fortitude, and humility.
       83041           Sec D1       R           Dates: 01/27 to 03/10            8-10p                B700             Wade             $89
       83042           Sec D2       R           Dates: 03/24 to 05/12            8-10p                B700             Wade             $89
       83043           Sec E2       R          Dates: 01/27 to 05/12             8-10p                B700             Wade            $159

 Tae Kwon do for      Martial arts classes will be held on a continuous schedule so that you will continue your training non-stop.
    Advanced          Register for both sessions and save.
  Children and        Learn improved breathing, punching and kicking techniques used in this Korean style karate. Prerequisite:
     Adults           Twelve weeks at the beginning level. Ages seven and up.
   -6056-HEW
      83044            Sec D1        R          Dates : 01/27 to 03/10            6-8p                B700               Wade      $89
      83045            Sec D2        R          Dates: 03/24 to 05/12             6-8p                B700               Wade      $89
      83046            Sec E2        R          Dates: 01/27 to 05/12             6-8p                B700               Wade     $159
                      Martial arts classes will be held on a continuous schedule so that you will continue your training non-stop.
                      Register for both sessions and save.
Aikido for Adults     Aikido is a highly refined martial art, developed last century as a means of self-defense and spiritual training.
  6055 --HEW          Aikido develops coordination of mind and body. Through its philosophy and techniques, Aikido brings us into
                      harmony with our environment, other people and ourselves. Unlike many martial arts, Aikido requires no
                      advantage in strength or speed, and is practiced successfully by people of all ages and abilities.
      83054                          W                                           6:30-8p
                      Sec D1                    Dates: 01/26 to 03/09                                  B700           Southern     $99
                                     S                                        10:45-12:15p
      83056                          W                                           6:30-8p
                      Sec D2                    Dates: 03/30 to 05/11                                  B700           Southern     $99
                                     S                                        10:45-12:15p
      83057                          W                                           6:30-8p
                      Sec E2                    Dates: 01/26 to 05/11                                  B700           Southern    $189
                                     S                                        10:45-12:15p
                      Turbo Kick® is a successful kickboxing program created by the cumulative efforts of many talented and devoted
   TurboKick          individuals. The varied background of these individuals is precisely why our program is considered the pinnacle
   -6096-HEW          programs by industry professionals. We have assembled the best of two worlds: group exercise and martial arts in
                      this
     83052            Sec D1         F          Dates: 01/28 to 03/11            5:55-7:25p             L105              Dixon         $65
     83053            Sec D2         F          Dates: 03/25 to 05/13            5:55-7:25p             L105              Dixon         $65
  Exercise Boot       How do you build stamina and strength, blast fat, and optimize cardio-respiratory fitness all in one workout? You
     Camp             use high intensity interval training, specifically high intensity circuits that integrate short, ultra intense efforts
   6008-HEW           with brief recovery periods. (i.e.: jump rope, squarts, Jumping Jacks, sit-ups and agility drills.)
     83609            Sec E1         S          Dates: 01/22 to 03/05           10:45-12:15p            L105              Dixon         $65
     83611            Sec E2         S          Dates: 03/19 to 05/07           10:45-12:15p            L105              Dixon         $65

                         The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step

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Subject to change without notice                                                                        Visit us at http://www.ccc.edu/
Richard J. Daley College                           Spring 2011 Schedule                                       Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                            Continuing Education                                       2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                     January through May 2011                                                773-843-4500

  Yoga Workshop       Attend a gentle, calming yoga class. Learn to focus on breathing, postures, and mind/body integration. For the
    -6092-HEW         beginner and avid yoga practitioners alike. Students are to bring their own yoga mats the first class meeting.
      83047           Sec D1       M          Dates: 01/24 to 03/14               7-9p           1403           Sulski               $69
      83048           Sec E1       F          Dates: 01/28 to 03/11           7:30-8:30p         L105           Sulski               $65
      83049           Sec D2       M          Dates: 03/28 to 05/09               7-9p           1403           Sulski               $69
      83051           Sec E2       F          Dates: 03/25 to 05/13           7:30-8:30p         L105           Sulski               $65

     Fit Family       It's common knowledge that it's good for the body - for all ages - but everyone also knows that it's not the easiest
    -6122-HEW         thing to do in the world. Engaging in family exercise, however, allows you to kill several birds with one stone:
                      everyone stays healthy, exercise becomes easier and more fun because you've got your family with you (read:
                      misery loves company), and of course, you get to spend quality time with each other.
       83612            Sec D1        S         Dates: 01/22 to 03/05         12:30-1:30p         L105            Dixon               $65
       83613            Sec D2        S         Dates: 03/19 to 05/07         12:30-1:30p         L105            Dixon               $65
                      Enhance your fitness through movement. . Experience the joy of moving to music with Dance exercise while
    Dancercise
                      improving your level of fitness and burn 300+ calories. Dancercise is designed for all levels of fitness- no
    4284-HEW
                      experience required…
       83615          Sec D1          T         Dates: 01/25 to 03/08            6:30-8p         Theater           Tina               $65
       83616          Sec D2          T         Dates: 03/29 to 05/10            6:30-8p         Theater           Tina               $65

        Everyone rides on the merry go round of life, but very few ever take the chance at the brass ring!
                                                        Adult Swimming
 ** Please read carefully the course requirements for your selection of swimming courses. The instructor will check
 swimming course requirements at the first class of the course. Be advised, there are no refunds after the first class.
 If course requirements are not met the student will be advised as to the appropriate course level. Transfer to another
 level is based on availability.
AhChi Water Exercise Start your “New Year Resolution” now. Get fit and fell better before the new year starts. Join us in the pool
    -6127-HEW         for a workout that reduces joint stress by 90% while shaping you up. Swimming skills not needed. Swim caps
                      are required for all swim classes. Limit 20 students.
       82524         Sec D1       M/W           Dates: 01/24 to 03/14        8:10-9:10p       Pool            Sherrie          $69
        82525           Sec D2        M/W          Dates: 03/28 to 05/11        8:10-9:10p          Pool             Sherrie          $69
 Aqua dynamics for      In order to keep both your money and body fit, the price of the course has been reduced! This class will not be
        50+             a course taken for the “Golden Club” price since the price has been reduced for you…. Are you over 50 years
    -6108-HEW           old and want to get fit or stay fit? Register today… It’s a fun way to get to meet your goals! Water exercise is
                        safe method to improve physical fitness and mental well-being. Limit 20 students.
        82528            Sec D1       T/R/F        Dates: 01/25 to 03/11          9-9:40a            Pool            Hajek           $55
        82529              Sec D2      T/R/F       Dates: 03/24 to 05/13          9-9:40a           Pool              Hajek           $55
Adult Learn to Swim I      Join the growing number of people discovering the health benefits of swimming. This course concentrates on
     -6129-HEW             water adjustment, floating, front crawl stroke, and water safety skills. Swimming caps are required for all
                           students– Limit 15 students.
        82531              Sec D1       T/R         Dates: 01/25 to 03/10           7-8p            Pool          Lopez           $69
        82534              Sec D2       T/R         Dates: 03/22 to 05/10           7-8p            Pool          Lopez           $69
                        For the adult who has passed LTSL I. This course will improve your front crawl stroke and be introduced to
Adult Learn to Swim
                        the backstroke and the deep end. This course will give you the skills to move into the Intermediate/Advanced
         II
                        level. Requirements: Must be able front float, kick one width of pool, and demonstrate correct arms and
    -6128-HEW
                        breathing for front crawl. Limit 15 students.
        82535           Sec D1          T/R        Dates: 01/25 to 03/10            8-9p            Pool             Lopez            $69
        82536           Sec D2          T/R        Dates: 03/22 to 05/10            8-9p            Pool             Lopez            $69




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Richard J. Daley College                           Spring 2011 Schedule                                      Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                            Continuing Education                                      2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                     January through May 2011                                               773-843-4500

 Early Morning Lap      Get your laps in before you start your workday. Good for heart body and mind. Swim caps are required for
     -6138-HEW          men and women. Required: You must be able to swim the length of the pool to participate. Swim caps are
                        required for men & women.
        82537           Sec D2        M-F     Dates: Dates: 01/24 to 5/13      7-9a           Pool         Lifeguard        $65
   Swim-Open Pool       Swim laps, water walk, do water exercise or just float around and enjoy the pool. Swim caps are required for
     -6142-HEW          men and women. You can swim during the days and times listed below.
                                    M/W                                            9-3p
        82541           Sec D2       T/R     Dates: Dates: 01/24 to 5/13          10-3p          Pool         Lifeguard         $65
                                      F                                             2-3p
                                    M/W                                            9-3p
                                                                                                                              Credit
        82543           Sec STP      T/R     Dates: Dates: 01/24 to 5/13          10-3p          Pool         Lifeguard
                                                                                                                               Only
                                      F                                             2-3p




                                                                        Take a chance! All life is a chance.
                                                                   The man who goes the furthest is generally
                                                                  the one who is willing to do and dare.




                                              Children’s Swimming
**** Please read carefully the course requirements for your selection of swimming courses. To enter into any
Learn to Swim courses above Level I, the child must have a Learn to Swim card showing they successfully
passed the current level. This card will be checked at time of registration. If course requirements are not met
the student will be advised as to the appropriate course level. Transfer to another level is based on
availability.
  Children MUST be accompanied by an adult/guardian during the ENTIRE class. Observers must sit in the
  bleachers.

                                                              Ages 4-5
  Learn to Swim I for      Here is the class to get your preschooler introduced to swimming. They will learn such skills as to be
       Ages 4-5            comfortable in the water, getting their faces wet, floating on their front and back, kicking and begin stroke
      -4306-FAM            work. Swim caps are required for boys and girls! Limit: 10 students.
         82544             Sec D1        S            Dates: 01/22 to 03/05             1-2p          Pool         Young             $49
         82545             Sec E1        S            Dates: 01/22 to 03/05             2-3p          Pool         Young             $49
         82547             Sec D2        S            Dates: 03/19 to 05/07             1-2p          Pool         Young             $49
         82549             Sec E2        S            Dates: 03/19 to 05/07             2-3p          Pool         Young             $49

 Learn to Swim II for      For the 4-5 old child (only) who has passed Beginner I. Children enrolled in this class will perfect technique
      Ages 4-5             and practice endurance of the front crawl and be introduced to the backstroke and to the deep end of the pool.
     -4307-FAM             Required: Must have a Learn to Swim Level I card. Swim caps are required for boys and girls! Limit: 10
                           students.
         82551             Sec D1         F             Dates: 01/28 to 03/11            5-6p        Pool         Young               $49
         82552             Sec E1         S             Dates: 01/22 to 03/05           8 -9a        Pool         Young               $49
         82553             Sec D2         F             Dates: 03/25 to 05/13            5-6p        Pool         Young               $49
         82554             Sec E2         S             Dates: 03/19 to 05/07            8-9a        Pool         Young               $49

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Richard J. Daley College                          Spring 2011 Schedule                                    Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                           Continuing Education                                    2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                    January through May 2011                                             773-843-4500



                                                            Ages 6-15

   Learn to Swim I         Have fun while learning the basics of how to swim. Water adjustment, floating on front and back; and front
       (6-15)              crawl are covered. Swim caps are required for boys and girls. Limit of 15 students.
     4294-FAM
         82555             Sec D1      M/W           Dates: 01/24 to 03/14           3-4p         Pool         TBA               $69
         82558             Sec E1      T/R           Dates: 01/27 to 03/10           3-4p         Pool         TBA               $69
         82560             Sec F1      T/R           Dates: 01/27 to 03/10           6-7p         Pool         TBA               $69
         82561             Sec H1       F            Dates: 01/28 to 03/11           3-4p         Pool         TBA               $49
         82562             Sec J1       F            Dates: 01/28 to 03/11           6-7p         Pool         TBA               $49
         82563             Sec K1           S        Dates: 01/22 to 03/05           9-10a        Pool         TBA               $49
         82565             Sec L1           S        Dates: 01/22 to 03/05          12-1p         Pool         TBA               $49

         82566             Sec D2      M/W           Dates: 03/28 to 05/11           3-4p         Pool         TBA               $69
         82570             Sec E2       T/R          Dates: 03/22 to 05/10           3-4p         Pool         TBA               $69
         82572             Sec F2       T/R          Dates: 03/22 to 05/10           6-7p         Pool         TBA               $69
         82574             Sec H2           F        Dates: 03/25 to 05/13           3-4p         Pool         TBA               $49
         82575             Sec J2           F        Dates: 03/25 to 05/13           6-7p         Pool         TBA               $49
         82577             Sec K2           S        Dates: 03/19 to 05/07           9-10a        Pool         TBA               $49
         82578             Sec L2           S        Dates: 03/19 to 05/07          12-1p         Pool         TBA               $49


           We are all faced with a series of great opportunities
              brilliantly disguised as impossible situations




  Learn to Swim II     For the child who has passed Beginner I. Children enrolled in this class will perfect technique and practice
       (6-15)          endurance of the front crawl and be introduced to the backstroke and to the deep end of the pool. Required:
    -4293-FAM          Must have a Learn to Swim Level I card. Swim caps are required for boys and girls. Limit 15 students.


        82581          Sec D1         M/W            Dates: 01/24 to 03/14           4-5p          Pool         TBA              $69
        82582          Sec E1         T/R            Dates: 01/27 to 03/10           4-5p          Pool         TBA              $69
        82583          Sec F1           F            Dates: 01/28 to 03/11           4-5p          Pool         TBA              $49
        82584          Sec G1           S            Dates: 01/22 to 03/05         10-11a          Pool         TBA              $49

        82585          Sec D2         M/W            Dates: 03/28 to 05/11           4-5p          Pool         TBA              $69
        82586          Sec E2         T/R            Dates: 03/22 to 05/10           4-5p          Pool         TBA              $69
        82587          Sec F2           F            Dates: 03/25 to 05/13           4-5p          Pool         TBA              $49
        82589          Sec G2           S            Dates: 03/19 to 05/07         10-11a          Pool         TBA              $49




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Richard J. Daley College                          Spring 2011 Schedule                                       Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                           Continuing Education                                       2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                    January through May 2011                                                773-843-4500

                       The deep end awaits you! In this class children will continue to learn new strokes and improve on ones already
 Learn to Swim III     learned. They will also be introduced to the deep end, diving and other safety skills. Required: Must have a
       (6-15)          Learn to Swim Level II card. Swim caps are required for boys and girls. Limit of 15 students.
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        82590           Sec D1         T/R           Dates: 01/25 to 03/10            5-6p           Pool         TBA               $69
        82592           Sec E1          S            Dates: 01/22 to 03/05           11-12p          Pool         TBA               $49
        82596           Sec D2         T/R           Dates: 03/22 to 05/10            5-6p           Pool         TBA               $69
        82597           Sec E2          S            Dates: 03/19 to 05/07           11-12p          Pool         TBA               $49
  Learn to Swim IV      For children who have passed Intermediate swim. This course fine-tunes the strokes already learned. Students
        (6-15)          will learn breaststroke, various turns and continue with endurance work. Swim caps are required for boys and
     -4296-FAM          girls. Required: Must have a Learn to Swim Level III card. Limit 15 students
        82600           Sec D1         M/W          Dates: 01/24 to 03/14              5-6p           Pool         Cruz             $69
        82601           Sec D2         M/W          Dates: 03/28 to 05/11              5-6p           Pool         Cruz             $69
  Learn to Swim V       For the children who have taken and passed the Swim 4 class. In this class participants will work on
                        perfecting stroke mechanics and introduce the butterfly and sidestroke to assist in building endurance. Swim
        (6-15)
                        caps are required for boys and girls. Limit: 15 students
     -6151-FAM
        82602              Sec D1      M/W          Dates: 01/24 to 03/14              6-7p           Pool         Cruz             $69
        82603             Sec D2         M/W            Dates: 03/28 to 05/11             6-7p          Pool       Cruz             $69
                        Calling all students who have passed the Red Cross Level 4 swim or capable or swimming a competent swim
    Swim Team           stroke for at least 1 lap in the pool? Daley College Pool staff is forming a Swim Team. Student will attend 2
    -4308- FAM          practices per week.--Swimmers are required to come to practice with a fun, positive attitude!!
                        Pool Staff will be developing competitive meets based on scheduling. Ages 6-15/
       82604            Sec D1       M/W            Dates: 01/24 to 03/14            7-8p            Pool         TBA               $69
       82607            Sec D2       M/W            Dates: 03/28 to 05/11            7-8p            Pool         TBA               $69


                                              Infant/Toddler Swim Classes
  We teach children as young as 6 months using a progressive approach – “Learning through play”, where
  we utilize lots of colorful toys and games to create a child-friendly atmosphere in the pool. We will require
  a parent or guardian to join their child in the pool, and serve as “co-teachers”. Young children must be
  toilet-trained or wear a swim diaper. Limit of 10 registered children.
                        This class is for children 6 months through 3 years old… who are not fully secure in the water. We will
 Parent/Tot Level 1
                        teach parents how to handle children in the water, help them become comfortable in the water through songs
    6152-FAM
                        and play, learn safety skills, kicking, blowing bubbles, begin submersions and dips, floating and seated jumps.
       83701            Sec D1         F            Dates: 01/28 to 03/11           10-11a          Pool      Pam                   $49
       83702            Sec D2         F            Dates: 03/25 to 05/13           10-11a          Pool      Pam                   $49
                        This class is for children age 6 months through 3 years old…who feel very comfortable in the water or
                        who have already taken the Level 1 class. The focus is on increasing the child’s confidence and
 Parent/Tot Level 2
                        independence in the water through play. They will also learn more safety skills, blowing bubbles, propelling
    6152-FAM
                        with arms and legs, advanced dips and underwater swimming, treasure hunts, floating on the back and
                        jumping with a return swim to the wall.
       83704            Sec E1         F            Dates: 01/28 to 03/11           11-12p          Pool      Pam                   $49
       83705            Sec E2         F            Dates: 03/25 to 05/13           11-12p          Pool      Pam                   $49




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Subject to change without notice                                                                      Visit us at http://www.ccc.edu/
Richard J. Daley College                           Spring 2011 Schedule                                        Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                            Continuing Education                                        2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                     January through May 2011                                                 773-843-4500

                       YOUNG LEARNERS Courses At Daley College


Parents are to follow the age appropriate guidelines listed in the description We reserve the right to reassign
your child to an age appropriate class. Appropriate behavior is expected.

Parents are expected to walk their child to the classroom and to meet them there five minutes before the end of
the class. Unless otherwise specified, parents with small children are asked to wait in the cafeteria until you are
to pick your children up at the end of their class time



                           Crafts, Music, Dance and Self Defense at Daley College
                           Would you like to challenge your children to explore their creativity in a fun and creative environment? Our
   Elements of Art &       professional artist/instructor will introduce your children to the principles and elements of colour and
        Design             design, while encouraging self-expression and experimentation. Children will build on this knowledge and
      -7026-FAM            explore. These art fundamentals are essential in developing observation, spatial skills and co-ordination..
                           Required: 81/2” X 11” drawing paper, lead pencils, sharpener, and crayons/markers. (Ages 8-12)
         82609             Sec D1 S              Dates: 01/22 to 03/05        9-10:30a          3204          DC                    $69
         82611             Sec D2 S              Dates: 03/19 to 05/07        9-10:30a          3204          DC                    $69
                           Kids love creating. There's no doubt about it. And what's not to love: markers, pencils, pens and
  The Art of Creation      scissors come in every color. On the surface, art helps children create something that is enjoyable to
      -4312-FAM            look at, but underneath it all, so much more is going on… art teaches preschoolers to believe in
                           themselves, to try new things and to trust their own imaginations. Give your child the chance to create
                           art. List of supplies will be given the first class session. (Ages 4-7)
         82612             Sec D1 S              Dates: 01/22 to 03/05          10:45-12:15p       3204        DC                      $69
         82613             Sec D2 S              Dates: 03/19 to 05/07          10:45-12:15p       3204        DC                      $69
  Piano for Children       It's sure to be music to parents' ears: After nine months of weekly training in piano, new research shows
      -4254-FAM            young students' IQs rose nearly three points more than their untrained peers. Give your child the advantage
                           with basic instruction in piano keyboard and reading music. Class size is limited, enroll early. (Ages 7-10)
         82620             Sec D1       F       Dates: 01/28 to 03/11             6-8p          3319      Merriwether                $75
         82621             Sec D2       F       Dates: 03/25 to 05/13             6-8p          3319      Merriwether                $75
  Piano for Children       This unique method was designed specifically for young students (ages 11-15) who are beginning piano
      -4254-FAM            study in a group setting. This easy-to-teach beginners' course includes all of the most important components
                           necessary to develop well-rounded musicians and performers.
         82622             Sec E1      W        Dates: 01/26 to 03/09             6-8p          3208      Merriwether                $75
         82623             Sec E2      W        Dates: 03/30 to 05/11             6-8p          3208      Merriwether                $75
                           Martial arts classes will be held on a continuous schedule so that you will continue your training non-stop.
                           Register for both sessions and save.
Tae Kwon Do for Kids
      (Ages 7-14)          Tae Kwon Do brings self-strength, self-knowledge, self-confidence, and self-control. It reaches toward
      -4291-FAM            "ki"... the development of a total being capable of meeting any challenge with calm and success. It brings
                           one to himself. It is a "way" of life. It is a mental and physical discipline and teaches avoidance of violence.
                           Karate uniform recommended.
         82624             Sec D1      M         Dates: 01/24 to 03/14             6-7:55p        B700         Wade                    $89
         82625             Sec D2      M         Dates: 03/28 to 05/09             6-7:55p        B700         Wade                    $89
         82626             Sec ALL M             Dates: 01/24 to 05/09             6-7:55p        B700         Wade                   $169




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Subject to change without notice                                                                        Visit us at http://www.ccc.edu/
Richard J. Daley College                           Spring 2011 Schedule                                       Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                            Continuing Education                                       2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                     January through May 2011                                                773-843-4500

                            Martial arts classes will be held on a continuous schedule so that you will continue your training non-stop.
                            Register for both sessions and save.
    Karate for Kids
      Ages 7-15             Is Karate For Kids a "contact" style of karate? To describe a martial art as non-contact would indicate that
     -4289-FAM              the students never train together and, if you were looking for a form of self-defense this type of training
                            would be worthless. In Karate For Kids classes we do some grappling and wrestling. This means we use
                            quite a bit of contact but we don’t hit or kick each other. The grappling and wrestling we do is from a
                            children’s program called "Mat Rats".
         82627              Sec D1       F       Dates: 01/28 to 03/11           6-7:30p        B700         Butler                 $89
         82628              Sec D2       F       Dates: 03/25 to 05/13           6-7:30p        B700         Butler                 $89
         82629              Sec ALL      F       Dates 01/28 to 05/13            6-7:30p        B700         Butler                $169
Gymnastics/Beginning        Gymnastics is a physical art. Little ones will be trained for proper placement of arms and feet. This course
                            is designed to develop working as a team member, and helps to develop fine motor skills. (Ages 4-6)
      -4274-FAM
         82354             Sec D1       S        Dates: 01/22 to 03/05          12:30-2p       Lobby        Amato                    $69
         82355             Sec D2       S        Dates: 03/19 to 05/07          12:30-2p       Lobby        Amato                     $69

Gymnastics/Beginning       This is an entry level class for children ages 7-12 years old. Each class begins with a general warm-up and
                           stretching. Emphasis is placed on learning new skills/routines, as well as reinforcing good basic
      -4274-FAM
                           fundamentals. Strong emphasis is placed on body awareness, safety, and fun. Students begin to learn
                           gymnastics terminology, basic gymnastics positions, and fundamental skills.
         82616             Sec E1       S        Dates: 01/22 to 03/05         11-12:30p       B700        Robeldo                 $69
         82617             Sec E2       S        Dates: 03/19 to 05/07         11-12:30p       B700        Robeldo                 $69
   Beginning Ballet        Learn ballet basics, body posture, leg and hand positions, basic concepts of music and rhythm. Required:
     -4285-FAM             Leotard, tights, and ballet slippers. (Ages 3-6)
        82618              Sec D1        F       Dates: 01/28 to 03/11             6-7p        Lobby       Amato                  $59
        82619              Sec D2        F       Dates: 03/25 to 05/13             6-7p        Lobby       Amato                  $59

      Definition of a great teammate: a person who makes their teammates look GREAT!


                                       Preschooler Courses at Daley College
  Reading Readiness        Learning to read is a huge step for any preschooler. An exciting, challenging enrichment program that
      (Ages 4-5)           advances reading skills in areas such as comprehension, vocabulary and fluency through fun and engaging
     -4197-FAM             activities. Educational materials, games and activities will ensure that your child retains strong reading
                           skills. Your child will also develop an expanded vocabulary and comprehension.
         82346             Sec D1        S       Dates: 01/22 to 03/05        9-10:30a         2204       Rushing                 $69
         82347             Sec D2        S       Dates: 03/19 to 05/07        9-10:30a         2204       Rushing                 $69
   Math Readiness
     (Ages 4-5)            Preschoolers learn math at a very basic level. Sorting, counting, and number recognition are skills
    -4197-FAM              preschoolers use to build their math knowledge. Our classroom activities provide amazing opportunities to
                           learn these skills and more.
         82348             Sec E1       S       Dates: 01/22 to 03/05        10:45-12:15p       2204        Rushing                $69
         82350             Sec E2       S       Dates: 03/19 to 05/07        10:45-12:15p       2204        Rushing                $69
Gymnastics/Beginning        Gymnastics is a physical art. Little ones will be trained for proper placement of arms and feet. This
                            course is designed to develop working as a team member, and helps to develop fine motor skills. (Ages 4-
      -4274-FAM
                            6)
         82354             Sec D1        S       Dates: 01/22 to 03/05        12:30-2p         Lobby         Amato                 $69
         82355             Sec D2        S       Dates: 03/19 to 05/07        12:30-2p         Lobby         Amato                 $69




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Subject to change without notice                                                                        Visit us at http://www.ccc.edu/
Richard J. Daley College                            Spring 2011 Schedule                                        Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                             Continuing Education                                        2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                      January through May 2011                                                 773-843-4500

                                       Expanding The Basics At Daley College
                                    Grades Kindergarten – 1st – 2nd at Daley College
  Printing and Spelling      Help your child to correctly identify and print the letters of the alphabet. Your child will use manuscript
      (Grades K-1)           writing using phonetic sound to enhance spelling and also learn sight words.
       -4316-FAM
          82357              Sec D1         S          Dates: 01/22 to 03/05         9-10:30a          2202       Amato                 $69
          82358              Sec D2         S          Dates: 03/19 to 05/07         9-10:30a          2202       Amato                 $69
 *Improve Your Reading       Our first and second grade reading program is being taught using a system of reading lesson plans
       (Grades 1-2)          including interactive activities, learning games, printable worksheets, assessments, and positive
       -4200-FAM             reinforcement. Guided reading is a vital part of a first grade reading program Book required
          82366              Sec D1        S         Dates: 01/22 to 03/05             9-10:30a        2103 Henderson     $69
          82367              Sec D2        S         Dates: 03/19 to 05/07             9-10:30a        2103 Henderson     $69
 Improving Your Math         First and second graders need to know how to compare quantities, count to 100, compare numbers, order
       (Grades 1-2)          numbers, and count by twos, fives, and tens. They will learn ordinal numbers, fractions, adding, subtracting,
       -4199-FAM             rounding, money, Roman numerals, time, and patterns and sequences Book required at the first class
                             session.
         82373               Sec D1        S         Dates: 01/22 to 03/05      10:45 12:15p        2103 Henderson                    $69
         82374               Sec D2        S         Dates: 03/19 to 05/07      10:45 12:15p        2103 Henderson                    $69
   Fun with Phonics          Why are phonics skills important? Phonics instruction teaches children to match letters to sounds, and to
       (Grades 1-2)          blend letter sounds into words. A child with strong phonics skills reads new words with ease and
       -4332-FAM             confidence. Your child will use games, flashcards and worksheets to gain the essential phonetic and word
                             attack skills for fluency in reading.
         82376               Sec D1          S          Dates: 01/22 to 03/05     12:30-2p        2103     Henderson              $69
         82380               Sec D2          S          Dates: 03/19 to 05/07     12:30-2p        2103     Henderson              $69
                                                Grades 3rd – 4th at Daley College
   *Improve Your          Improve your child’s reading, vocabulary, and comprehension while promoting the love of literature for a
      Reading             lifetime. The students will read about topics that they will identify in their lives. This course will include the
     (Grades 3-4)         use of a dictionary. Book required at the first class session.
     -4201-FAM
        82382             Sec D1           S           Dates: 01/22 to 03/05          9-10:30a          2102       Maribel              $69
        82390             Sec D2           S           Dates: 03/19 to 05/07          9-10:30a          2102       Maribel              $69
  *Improving Math         Third and fourth grades mathematics includes: place value, comparing and ordering numbers, counting by
     (Grades 3-4)         numbers other than one, relationship between addition and subtraction, rounding and estimation,
     -4215-FAM            multiplication facts, relationship of multiplication and division, division facts, fractions, decimals, consumer
                          math, measurement – time, measurement – metric, geometry, Roman numerals, sequences and patterns. Does
                          your child need help? Book required at the first class session.
        82391             Sec D1           S            Dates: 01/22 to 03/05       10:45-12:15p        2102        Maribel            $69
        82393             Sec D2           S            Dates: 03/19 to 05/07       10:45-12:15p        2102        Maribel            $69
                          The enrichment reading students will use various reading strategies to interpret and comprehend text. This
Enrichment Reading        includes context, semantic, syntactic, and phonetic cues. The students will evaluate the use of patterns of
    (Grades 3-4)          organizations, literary elements, and literary devices within various texts. They will interpret and respond to
     4202-FAM             a diversity of works representative of a variety of cultures and time periods. The students will access and
                          evaluate information from a variety of sources. Book is required.
        82396             Sec D1            S          Dates: 01/22 to 03/05        10:45-12:15p        3301       Stoller             $69
        82398             Sec D2            S          Dates: 03/19 to 05/07        10:45-12:15p        3301       Stoller             $69




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Subject to change without notice                                                                         Visit us at http://www.ccc.edu/
Richard J. Daley College                             Spring 2011 Schedule                                       Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                              Continuing Education                                       2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                       January through May 2011                                                773-843-4500

     Preparing for the     In spring 2011, students in grades 3 through 8 will take the ISAT in reading and mathematics. Students in
         ISAT &            grades 4 and 7 will take the ISAT in science. Give your 3rd or 4th grader the chance to prepare for the
    Standardized Tests     standardized testing. The student will learn methods to improve information recall, strengthen reading
       (Grades 3-4)        comprehension, review math, and be introduced to the process of elimination for answering test questions.
       -4328- FAM          Science materials from the Illinois ISAT Testing Center will be provided. ISAT Writing Assessment
                           Suspended for -2011. Chicago Public Schools ISAT testing is March 2nd to March 12th 2011. Book required
          82399            Sec D1             S     Dates: 01/22 to 03/05           12:30-2p             2102         Maribel          $69
    Improving Writing      The main problems which have been identified in children’s writing are a poor narrative style because of
          Skills           weaknesses in sentence structure – particularly complex sentences – and weak narrative structure because the
       (Grades 3-4)        work is poorly paced, uses brief endings and lacks characterization. Children will begin with creating journals
       -4237- FAM          to increase their writing skills
          82409            Sec D2             S     Dates: 03/19 to 05/07           12:30-2p             2102        Maribel           $69

                                                  Grades 5th – 6th at Daley College
      *Improve Your
                            Have your child develop oral reading skills, vocabulary, and pronunciations, while gaining a greater
          Reading
                            appreciation for literature. The reading topics include humor, friendships, personal values and helping those in
        (Grades 5-6)
                            need. This course includes the use of a dictionary. Book required at the first class session.
         -4203-FAM
            82410          Sec D1          S      Dates: 01/22 to 03/05            9-10:30a            2202            Stoller          $69
            82415          Sec D2          S      Dates: 03/19 to 05/07            9-10:30a            2202            Stoller          $69
     *Improving Your
          Math              Help your 5th and 6th graders increase their math skills by reviewing the math concepts covered in school.
       (Grades 5-6)         Assessments of math weaknesses are given to assist the students with their individual needs for improvement.
                            Book required at the first class session.
        -4217-FAM
           82416           Sec D1         S       Dates: 01/22 to 03/05         10:45-12:15p           2202            Clay             $69
           82419           Sec D2         S       Dates: 03/19 to 05/07         10:45-12:15p           2202            Clay             $69
    Prepare for the ISAT   ISAT testing for 5th and 6th grades will focus on reading, math and writing. ISAT Writing Assessment
    & Standardized Tests   Suspended for -2011. Expectation results in a self-fulfilling prophecy; students will rise to your level of
        (Grades 5-6)       expectation, so aim high! This course can promote positive attitudes in students by preparing them and helping
         -4329- FAM        them to become familiar with standardized testing materials. Writing materials from the Illinois ISAT Testing
                           Center will be provided. Chicago Public Schools ISAT testing is March 2nd to March 12th 2011. Book is
                           required
           82424           Sec D1         S       Dates: 01/22 to 03/05         12:30-2p              2202            Clay            $69
    Elements of Writing     What is needed to create an excellent one-page essay? Your child will use the rough draft, informal essay
        -4237-FAM           and conclusion form to complete the final essay. In addition, your child will increase critical thinking and
                            analytical thinking skills. Book required at the first class session. (Grades 5-6)
        (Grades 5-6)
           82425           Sec E2         S        Dates: 03/19 to 05/07        12:30-2p            2202             Clay              $69
.




                                              Grades 7th – 8th – 9th at Daley College
      *Improve Your        Does your Jr. high student often read something and then not really understand what is read? Learn the
          Reading          techniques to understand what is read, remember the message, and then apply the information to questions or
        (Grades 7-8)       assignments. This course is designed for students who are reading below grade level. Book required at the first
         -4205-FAM         class session.
            82426          Sec D1          S       Dates: 01/22 to 03/05         9-10:30a            2108          Anderson          $69
            82427          Sec D2          S       Dates: 03/19 to 05/07         9-10:30a            2108          Anderson          $69




Schedule is                                                    Page - 25                   Continuing Education email: daleyce@ccc.edu
Subject to change without notice                                                                          Visit us at http://www.ccc.edu/
Richard J. Daley College                            Spring 2011 Schedule                                           Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                             Continuing Education                                           2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                      January through May 2011                                                    773-843-4500

  Improving Your         This course is designed for the student who is working below grade level in math. There will be math
        Math             assessments, review to cover the basic areas to be successful in all math courses. Book required at the first
    (Grades 7-8)         class session.
     -4219-FAM
        82428           Sec D1            S        Dates: 01/22 to 03/05        10:45-12:15p           2108             Anderson         $69
        82431           Sec D2            S        Dates: 03/19 to 05/07        10:45-12:15p           2108             Anderson         $69
                        This course is the foundation for high school mathematics courses. It is the bridge from the concrete to the
       Algebra          abstract study of mathematics. Topics include simplifying expressions, evaluating and solving equations and
     -4214-FAM          inequalities, and graphing linear and quadratic functions and relations. Real world applications are presented
                        within the course content and a function's approach is emphasized. Grades 8-10.
        82434           Sec D1           S       Dates: 01/22 to 03/05        10:45-12:15p         2307            TBA            $69
        82437           Sec D2           S       Dates: 03/19 to 05/07        10:45-12:15p         2307            TBA            $69
                          ISAT Testing for 7th and 8th grade students will focus on reading, math, and science. ISAT Writing
Prepare for the ISAT
                          Assessment Suspended for -2011
  & Standardized
                         Materials from the Illinois ISAT Testing Center will be provided for science and writing. Give your children
       Tests
                        the training and tools to succeed. Educators have found success in having pretest activities to raise students’
    (Grades 7-8)
                        awareness, enthusiasm, and confidence. Chicago Public Schools ISAT testing is March 2nd to March 12th
    -4330- FAM
                        2011. Book required
        82438        Sec D1            S         Dates: 01/22 to 03/05          12:30-2p           2108           Anderson         $69
*Elements of Writing This course is essential for the creating, editing and formatting of writing an excellent essay. Learn to organize
    (Grades 7-9)     and present factual information with clarity. Students will learn to add power to their writing. Book required at
     -4238-FAM       the first class session.
        82440        Sec D2            S         Dates: 03/19 to 05/07          12:30-2p           2108           Anderson         $69


                                         Spanish For Children At Daley College
*Spanish For Children      This course is designed to assist children with a limited Spanish vocabulary. Topics covered will be the alphabet,
     -4331-FAM             numbers, colors and how to correspond using the language Book required (Ages 7-13)
        82442               Sec D1        S        Dates: 01/22 to 03/05          10:45-12:15p        2205         Mendoza               $69
        82443               Sec D2        S        Dates: 03/19 to 05/07          10:45-12:15p        2205         Mendoza               $69
   *Spanish II for         If your child has had the basic Spanish course or has a limited amount of Spanish skills, then    enroll your
       Children            child in this level. This course will continue to teach students to read and write Spanish at a second level.
     -4247-FAM             Book required (Ages 7-13)
        82444               Sec D1        S        Dates: 01/22 to 03/05           12:30-2p          2205             Mendoza             $69
        82446               Sec D2        S        Dates: 03/19 to 05/07           12:30-2p          2205             Mendoza             $69


                                              Computer’s for Kids at Daley College
   Computerized Art          Has your child ever wanted to learn how to draw on the computerSign them up for this fun fill computer
     -4313-FAM               art course. Your child will learn the basic fundamentals of drawing using the techniques and concepts
     (Ages 8-15)             used by famous artists. Draw like Monet, Seurat, Picasso, & other famous artist… Get Ready to be
                             impressed and amazed at your child’s masterpieces! Requirements: 1 Flash Drive (2 or more gigabyte
                             recommended), 1 portfolio with 5 (or your choice) clear plastic paper sheets (sheet protectors)
          82447              Sec D1      S            Dates: 01/22 to 03/05           9-10:30a        L111            Lujano   $69
          82448              Sec D2      S            Dates: 03/19 to 05/07           9-10:30a        L111            Lujano   $69
                              Ages 8-12. Do you use the "hunt and peck" method to send an instant message or an email to your
    Keyboarding and
                              friends? Become skilled at basic word processing skills, formatting, correcting errors, and proofreading
    Microsoft Word
                              your work. Practice cutting and pasting, changing fonts, underlining, using italics, and bolding Parental
      -4003- FAM
                              permission for the student to access the Internet is required
          82449              Sec D1       S             Dates: 01/22 to 03/05           10:45-12:15p        L111          Lujano      $69
          82450              Sec D2       S             Dates: 03/19 to 05/07           10:45-12:15p        L111          Lujano      $69

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Richard J. Daley College                            Spring 2011 Schedule                                        Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                             Continuing Education                                        2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                      January through May 2011                                                 773-843-4500


                              Young Learners Courses at Arturo Velasquez Institute
Parents are expected to walk their child to the classroom and to meet them there five minutes before the end of the
class. Unless otherwise specified, parents with small children are asked to wait in the cafeteria until you are to pick
your children up at the end of their class time.

                                 Preschooler Courses at Arturo Velasquez Institute
  Reading Readiness        Learning to read is a huge step for any preschooler. An exciting, challenging enrichment program that
      (Ages 4-5)           advances reading skills in areas such as comprehension, vocabulary and fluency through fun and engaging
     -4197-WST             activities. Educational materials, games and activities will ensure that your child retains strong reading skills.
                           Your child will also develop an expanded vocabulary and comprehension.
        82452              Sec AVD1         S          Dates: 01/22 to 03/05           9-10:30a          1235     Wilder-Perry          $69
        82453              Sec AVD2         S          Dates: 03/19 to 05/07           9-10:30a          1235     Wilder-Perry          $69
   Math Readiness          Preschoolers learn math at a very basic level. Sorting, counting, and number recognition are skills
     (Ages 4-5)            preschoolers use to build their math knowledge. Our classroom activities provide amazing opportunities to
    -4197-WST              learn these skills and more.
        82454              Sec AVE1         S          Dates: 01/22 to 03/05        10:45 12:15p         1235     Wilder-Perry          $69
        82455              Sec AVE2         S          Dates: 03/19 to 05/07        10:45 12:15p         1235     Wilder-Perry          $69
    Parent and Tot         Parent and Tot is a focused course that helps parents provide educational enrichment for their preschool
       Together            child. We believe parents play a critical role in their children’s education. Parent and Tot program seeks to
       (Ages 3-5)          support parents to prepare their children for school. This course is intended to let your youngster socialize
      -4311-WST            and learn while having someone they love be a part of their learning. Drawing, singing, games and
                           storytelling make up this wonderful time of imagination for your child and you. In addition, the
                           components are beneficial to language and pre-reading skills development.
         82457             Sec AVD1         S        Dates: 01/22 to 03/05             12:30-2p        1235      Wilder-Perry         $69
         82458             Sec AVD2         S        Dates: 03/19 to 05/07             12:30-2p        1235      Wilder-Perry         $69



                           Grades Kindergarten – 1st – 2nd at Arturo Velasquez Institute
   Improve Your            Our first and second grade reading program is being taught using a system of reading lesson plans
       Reading             including interactive activities, learning games, printable worksheets, assessments, and positive
    (Grades 1-2)           reinforcement. Guided reading is a vital part of a first grade reading program Book required
     -4200- WST
        82460              Sec AVD1         S          Dates: 01/22 to 03/05          9-10:30a        1105        Thomas                $69
        82462              Sec AVD2         S          Dates: 03/19 to 05/07          9-10:30a        1105        Thomas                $69
Improve Your Math          First and second graders need to know how to compare quantities, count to 100, compare numbers, order
   (Grades 1-2)            numbers, and count by twos, fives, and tens. They will learn ordinal numbers, fractions, adding,
    -4199- WST             subtracting, rounding, money, Roman numerals, time, and patterns and sequences. Book required
       82463               Sec AVD1         S        Dates: 01/22 to 03/05    10:45 12:15p       1105      Thomas             $69
       82465               Sec AVD2         S        Dates: 03/19 to 05/07    10:45 12:15p       1105      Thomas             $69
  Fun with Phonics         Why are phonics skills important? Phonics instruction teaches children to match letters to sounds, and
    (Grades 1-2)           to blend letter sounds into words. A child with strong phonics skills reads new words with ease and
     -4332-WST             confidence. Your child will use games, flashcards and worksheets to gain the essential phonetic and word
                           attack skills for fluency in reading.
         82466              Sec AVD1          S         Dates: 01/22 to 03/05    12:30 – 2p      1105        Thomas              $69
         82467              Sec AVD2          S         Dates: 03/19 to 05/07    12:30 – 2p      1105        Thomas              $69




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Richard J. Daley College                           Spring 2011 Schedule                                        Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                            Continuing Education                                        2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                     January through May 2011                                                 773-843-4500

                                     Grades 3rd – 4th at Arturo Velasquez Institute
   Improving Your          Improve your child’s reading, vocabulary, and comprehension while promoting the love of literature for a
       Reading             lifetime. The students will read about topics that they will identify in their lives. This course will include
     (-4201-WST            the use of a dictionary. Book required ( Grades 3-4)
         82469              Sec AVD1         S        Dates: 01/22 to 03/05         9-10:30a          1304        Willis              $69
         82471              Sec AVD2         S        Dates: 03/19 to 05/07         9-10:30a          1304        Willis              $69

Improving Your Math        Third and fourth grades mathematics includes: place value, comparing and ordering numbers, counting by
    (Grades 3-4)           numbers other than one, relationship between addition and subtraction, rounding and estimation,
     -4215-WST             multiplication facts, relationship of multiplication and division, division facts, fractions, decimals,
                           consumer math, measurement of time, metric measurement and geometry, Roman numerals, sequences
                           and patterns. Book required
         82472             Sec AVD1        S         Dates: 01/22 to 03/05     10:45-12:15p     1304         Willis           $69
         82473             Sec AVD2        S         Dates: 03/19 to 05/07     10:45-12:15p     1304         Willis           $69
                           In spring 2011, students in grades 3 through 8 will take the ISAT in reading and mathematics. Students in
Preparing for the ISAT     grades 4 and 7 will take the ISAT in science. Give your 3rd or 4th grader the chance to prepare for the
 & Standardized Tests      standardized testing. The student will learn methods to improve information recall, strengthen reading
     (Grades 3-4)          comprehension, review math, and be introduced to the process of elimination for answering test questions.
      4328-WST             Science materials from the Illinois ISAT Testing Center will be provided. ISAT Writing Assessment
                           Suspended for -2011. Chicago Public Schools ISAT testing is March 2nd to March 12th 2011. Book
                           required
         82474             Sec AVD1        S          Dates: 01/22 to 03/05       12:30 – 2p       1304       Willis            $69
 Improving Writing         The main problems which have been identified in children's writing are: weaknesses in sentence structure,
       Skills              particularly in complex sentences, weak narrative structure due to poor self-pacing, use of brief endings,
   (Grades 3-4)            and a lack in characterization. Children will begin with creating journals to increase their writing skills.
    -4237- WST
        82476              Sec AVD2        S      Dates: Dates: 03/19 to 05/07      12:30-2p         1304          Willis            $69


                                      Grades 5th – 6th at Arturo Velasquez Institute
Improve Your Reading Have your child develop oral reading skills, vocabulary, and pronunciations while gaining a greater
    (Grades 5-6)     appreciation for literature. The reading topics include humor, friendships, personal values, and helping those
     -4203- WST      in need. This course includes the use of a dictionary. Book required
        82477        Sec AVD1         S           Dates: 01/22 to 03/05         9-10:30a        1115     Merritt                $69
        82478        Sec AVD2         S           Dates: 03/19 to 05/07         9-10:30a        1115     Merritt                $69
 Improve Your Math         Did you know that 5th and 6th grades math includes comparing and ordering numbers, rounding and
    (Grades 5-6)           estimating, multiplication, division, computation, fractions, decimals, percentages, and a variety of other
      -4217- WST           skills? Review all this and more while you sharpen your math skills. Book required
         82480             Sec AVD1        S           Dates: 01/22 to 03/05        10:45-12:15p      1115     Merritt                 $69
         82481             Sec AVD2        S           Dates: 03/19 to 05/07        10:45-12:15p      1115     Merritt                 $69

 Prepare for the ISAT      ISAT testing for 5th and 6th grades will focus on reading, math and writing. Expectation results in a self-
 & Standardized Tests      fulfilling prophecy; students will rise to your level of expectation, so aim high! This course can promote
     (Grades 5-6)          positive attitudes in students by preparing them and helping them to become familiar with standardized
      -4329- WST           testing materials. Writing materials from the Illinois ISAT Testing Center will be provided. ISAT Writing
                           Assessment Suspended for -2011. Chicago Public Schools ISAT testing is March 2nd to March 12th
                           2011. Book is required
         82482              Sec AVD1        S          Dates: 01/22 to 03/05           12:30-2p        1115    Merritt              $69




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Richard J. Daley College                           Spring 2011 Schedule                                         Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                            Continuing Education                                         2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                     January through May 2011                                                  773-843-4500

 Elements of Writing       What is needed to create an excellent one-page essay? Your child will use the rough draft, informal essay
    (Grades 5-6)           and conclusion form to complete the final essay. In addition, your child will increase critical thinking and
     -4237-WST             analytical thinking skills. Book required
       82483               Sec AVE2        S           Dates: 03/19 to 05/07           12:30-2p        1115      Merritt                $69

                                   Grades 7th – 8th – 9th At Arturo Velasquez Institute

Improve Your Reading        Does your junior high student often read something and then not really understand what is read? Learn the
     Grades 7-9            techniques to understand what is read, remember the message, and then apply the information to questions
     -4205- WST            or assignments. This course is designed for students who are reading below grade level. Book required
        82485               Sec AVD1       S          Dates: 01/22 to 03/05          9-10:30a       1116     Sparks              $69
        82486               Sec AVD2       S          Dates: 03/19 to 05/07          9-10:30a       1116     Sparks              $69
 Improve Your Math         Is your 7th or 8th grader having difficulties in math? Is it fractions, decimals, percents, ratios properties and
     Grades 7-9            order of operations, divisibility, geometric properties, geometric calculations, perimeter and circumference,
    -4219- WST             area, volume positive and negative integers, expressions, equations and inequalities, statistics, scientific
                           notation, exponents, or patterns? If you’re not sure, let us help. Book required
        82488               Sec AVD1         S          Dates: 01/22 to 03/05         10:45-12:15p      1116     Sparks                  $69
        82490               Sec AVD2         S          Dates: 03/19 to 05/07         10:45-12:15p      1116     Sparks                  $69
 Prepare for the ISAT      ISAT Testing for 7th and 8th grade students will focus on reading, math, science, and writing. Materials
 & Standardized Tests      from the Illinois ISAT Testing Center will be provided for science and writing. Give your children the
         (7-8)             training and tools to succeed. Educators have found success in having pretest activities to raise students’
     -4330- WST            awareness, enthusiasm, and confidence. ISAT Writing Assessment Suspended for -2011. Chicago Public
                           Schools ISAT testing is March 2nd to March 12th 2011. Book required
         82492              Sec AVD1         S          Dates: 01/22 to 03/05            12:30-2p       1116     Sparks                  $69

 Elements of Writing       This course is essential for the creating, editing and formatting of an excellent essay. Learn to organize and
    (Grades 7-9)           present factual information with clarity. Students will learn to add power to their writing. Book required
     -4238-WST
       82493               Sec AVD2        S           Dates: 03/19 to 05/07            12:30-2p       1116      Sparks                 $69



             Coming together is a beginning.
              Keeping together is progress.
              Working together is success.




                                   Certification Programs At Arturo Velasquez Institute

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7500 South Pulaski Road                          Continuing Education                                        2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                   January through May 2011                                                 773-843-4500
 The world is looking for talented professionals. Richard J. Daley College – Arturo Velasquez Institute can
 help you develop that talent. We offer over thirty-five certified programs that will train you for a new career
 or enhance your current career with the newest technology. All of the certificates are Illinois Community
 College Board approved and WIA funding is available for those who qualify. Call us for more information,
 at 773-838-7545.

                                                   Manufacturing Careers
                      Computer Numeric Control Program at Arturo Velasquez Institute
     Machinist-CNC          Enter into Manufacturing. Receive 200 hours of training to become machinist-computer numerical
        Training            control (CNC) set-up or operators. Learn the safety and maintenance procedures of manufacturing. You
    -0126-0127-0128         will then learn how to operate machinery such as the drill press, lathes, and mills. Then progress to learn
    -0129-0130-WST          CNC machining in areas such as how to write G/M code, and simulations of writing and running
                            programs on the CNC machinery. Instructors are NIMS certified. Books Required
 83849 / 83851 / 83854
                           Sec CNC          M-F      Dates: 02/07 to 05/27      8a-1p              1114        Torres           $3500
    83857 / 83860


                    Certified Welding Technology Program at Arturo Velasquez Institute
  Welding Technology        Consider the Welding Technology training at Arturo Velasquez Institute. It is a unique blend of manual
                            skill training in the major weld processes. The purpose of the welding program is to prepare welding
    -0131-0132-0133
                            technicians or welding technologists. The program is intended for students with a variety of backgrounds,
    -0134-0135-WST          including industrial welders with experience, vocational school graduates, and high school graduates.
                            Instructors are certified welders. Books Required`
 83862 / 83864 / 83866
                           Sec WEL         M-F       Dates: 02/07 to 05/06      5-10p              1114            Ed           $3500
    83868 / 83870


                           Basic Manufacturing Program at Arturo Velasquez Institute
  Basic Manufacturing
      Certification          Learn to use machine tools to produce precision metal parts. Use your knowledge of the working
  -0120-0121-0122-0123       properties of metals and your skill with machine tools to plan and carry out the operations needed to
    -0124-0125-WST           make machined products that meet precise specifications to gain employment. Books Required

  83872 / 83874 / 83876
                           Sec MAG          M-F      Dates: 02/07 to 05/24      12:30-5:30p          1113         Pete          $3500
     83878 / 83880 /


                 Certified Health Technicians Programs At Arturo Velasquez Institute

                                                   Phlebotomy Technician
                            A phlebotomist obtains blood specimens from clients for the purpose of laboratory analysis. Become
                            familiar with all aspects of blood collection. Develop the comprehensive skills to perform venipunctures
                            completely and safely. Classroom work includes terminology, anatomy and physiology, blood collection
      Phlebotomy            procedures, specimen hands-on practice, and clinical training in skills and techniques to perform
      Technician            puncture methods. Students will be eligible for the American Society of Clinical Pathologist National
    500-0102- WST           Certification Exam (fee required). This course includes extensive hands-on libratory and preparation for
                            the certification exam. Strongly suggested:: Three Hepatitis B vaccine (Merck) shots (Shot #1 ASAP,
                            shot #2 one month, Shot #3 in 3-6 months.
                                                                   This program is WIA certified.
         83712              Sec AVD2         T/R           Dates: 02/01 to 05/19            6-9p      1310       Gayle          $1199


                                                   Pharmacy Technician
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Richard J. Daley College                         Spring 2011 Schedule                                      Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                          Continuing Education                                      2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                   January through May 2011                                               773-843-4500
                             This 50-hour course prepares the student to enter the pharmacy field in hospitals, home infusion
 Pharmacy Technician         pharmacies, and community pharmacies under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. Includes
                             medical terminology specific to pharmacy, reading and interpreting prescriptions, and defining drugs by
                             generic and brand names. Learn dosage calculations, i.e. flow rates, drug compounds and dose
                             conversions. Graduates are eligible for a National Pharmacy Technician Certification. ($125 fee is not
                             included in the tuition.) Advance math skills are recommended. There are 60 hours of clinical
    171-WST 83710            experience with Walgreen’s or CVS that will be arranged. Additional independent estimated student
    172-WST 83711            fees will include Lab Coat ($15), License Fee ($40), Pharmacy Technician Exam ($129), Books ($100)
    173-WST 83726           This program is WIA certified.
                            Sec AVD2        M/W        Dates:02/02 to 04/20          6-9p            1310        Daniella     $1350



                                          Success Starts Here
                                    Karen and Maria are working as
                                     Pharmacy Technicians after
                                     successfully completing the
                                           program in 2011




                            Patient Care Technician At Arturo Velasquez Institute
                           This course was designed to train graduates of the CNA program in a variety of Nursing Assistant and
      PCT Training
                           Home Health Aide procedures and laboratory techniques. This course will train in phlebotomy techniques
       -0517-WST
                           and EKG procedures. This course is only available to students who have successfully completed the CNA
                           program and is an excellent opportunity to expand your skill set.
          83401            Sec AVD2            F        Dates: 01/21 to 03/11 6-10p          1310      Della                 $450
          83404            Sec AVD2            F       Dates: 03/18/ to 05/13 6-10p          1310      Della                 $450


             The individual who know the score about life sees difficulties as opportunities.


                                   Sustainable Urban Horticulture Program
                            Arturo Velasquez Institute is proud to partner with Chicago Botanic Gardens and Windy City Harvest in
                            the newest GREEN horticulture and agricultural program in Chicago. Participants acquire hands-on
                            experience with sustainable vegetable production and learn essential business skills, including planning,
                            pricing, sales, and marketing. Students receive six months of hands-on instruction in greenhouse and
   Sustainable Urban        outdoor growing practices, followed by a three-month paid internship. Students can also opt for a five-
     Horticulture           month certificate in cool-weather growing techniques for hoophouses and greenhouses. After
                            satisfactory completion of the curriculum and training requirements, students achieve certification in
                            sustainable urban horticulture and urban agriculture. The certificate readies participants for permanent
                            employment in the new “green collar” jobs sector. This program is WIA funded for participants who
                            qualify. For more information call 773-843-4500.
                            Sec SH3        M-F     Dates: 02/07 to 8/11      8-4:30p      1102          Mason                  $2500
  83778 / 83780 / 83782
  83784 / 83790 / 83793




                                   Real Estate Broker Licensure Certification
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Richard J. Daley College                            Spring 2011 Schedule                                        Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                             Continuing Education                                        2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                      January through May 2011                                                 773-843-4500

 SB 1894 - Real Estate License Act of 2000 Rewrite: Changes the license categories under the Act from Salesperson and
 Broker The term “salesperson” is antiquated. The term “broker” is what the public identifies with when it comes to the real
 estate licensee they work with in a transaction. Total hours required is 90 hours.To enroll in Real Estate
 Transactions, you must complete a Reading and Math Qualifying Exam before registering. To take the Real Estate
 Qualifying Exam, call the Testing Department, (773) 838-7774 or 7775. You may take the Real Estate Qualifying Exam
 only once per term. You must register in person for Real Estate courses.
         Real Estate            This course is required to qualify an individual to sit for the Illinois state Salesperson Licensing
        Transactions            examination. Real Estate Transactions prepares you for the Illinois Real Estate Salesperson Exam.
   015-0963-964-965-937-        You must be 21 years of age to sit for the exam. There is an additional $30 non-refundable registration
       931-2028 WST             fee due at registration. Book Required
                                Sr. Lagunas es un dueño de bienes raices en la comunidad latina. Con su conocimiento de bienes
                                raices, él puede ayudar, guiar y le dirige a pasar el examen estatal de licencia para ser un agente de
                                ventas. Hay una carga de $30 al registrarse que no es reembolsable.

    83764 / 83765 / 83766      Sec AVD2       M/W         Dates: 01/31 to 05/11     6-10p         1205         Lagunas               $575
    83767 / 83768 / 83769
                                                   Electrical Discharge Machining

  Electrical Discharge      This course provides an introduction to Wire Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) in industry today.
   Machining (EDM)           Topics include an overview of EDM, EDM machines and processes, spark generation and dielectric fluids,
       2051-BAT              electrodes, and surface finishes. Writing assignments, as appropriate to the discipline, are part of the course.
                            For more information call 773-838-7786.
                            This course will be offered at the Daley College campus
          83917
                              Sec RP1             S       Dates: 01/22 to 05/14 11:30 – 3:45p Build 300         Mottl                  $399

From the Department of Labor:

Employment of security guards is expected to grow by 14 percent between 2008 and
2018, which is faster than the average for all occupations. This occupation will have a very
large number of new jobs arise, about 152,500 over the projections decade.
http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos159.htm




                      Unarmed Security Certification at Arturo Velasquez Institute

      Unarmed Security          One of the fastest growing careers in Chicago. Candidates must meet the following basic qualifications
        Certification           for this program: pass any State-required training or other qualifications for licensing, be at least 18
                                years old or minimum age required by the state, have a high school diploma or GED, be able to pass a
        -0119-WST               drug test with negative results, and pass a background check. All materials are included. This is a WIA
                                certified program. For more information call 773-838-7545.

          83730                 Sec AVD1              S    Dates:02/19 to 03/19          9-3p       1208A         Butler             $495
          83731                 Sec AVD2              S    Dates:04/02 to 05/07          9-3p       1208A         Butler             $495

                         Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises.

             Introduction to Medical Interpreter Training At ARTURO VELASQUEZ INSTITUTE

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Richard J. Daley College                          Spring 2011 Schedule                                       Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                           Continuing Education                                       2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                    January through May 2011                                                773-843-4500

     Introduction to          Are you Bilingual and can read in write in two languages? Are you interested in becoming a Medical
    Medical Interpreter       Interpreter? Medical Interpreters covered a broad range of appointments at private physician offices,
        Training              hospitals (inpatient and outpatient), and emergency rooms. Learn about the profession and be screened
                              for your language skills to move into the three phase training. For more information call 773-838-7545
         3213-WST
           83526
                              Sec AVD1           W           Dates: 01/26 to 02/23         6-9p       1207        Vera             $79
           83527
                              Sec AVD2           W           Dates: 03/30 to 04/27         6-9p       1207        Vera             $79

                               Business Courses at Arturo Velasquez Institute
                             ¿Está usted pensando en abrir su propio negocio? ¿Quizás ya lo abrió? ¡Este curso es parausted!
    Cómo Empezar Su
                             Obtenga el conocimiento para ser un empresario exitoso de un líder de negocios. Algunos de los temas
        Negocio
                             de esta clase incluirán: principios de negocios, teneduría paraempresas, administración financiera,
                             mercado-técnica y asuntos legales para tener éxito en su propio negocio.
                             Are you thinking of starting a small business or have already started your business? This course is a
  Starting Your Business     must! Gain the knowledge to be a successful entrepreneur from a small business leader. Topics will
           Right             include basics of starting a business, bookkeeping for business, financial management, marketing and
        -1161-WST            legal issues to pave your way to success.
          83531                 Sec AVD1          T      Dates: 01/25 to 03/08        7-9p        1206        Lagunas              $109
          83532                 Sec AVD2          T      Dates: 03/29 to 05/10        7-9p        1206        Lagunas              $109
                             Start an accounting system, analyze and record transactions using a combination of journals, worksheets
        Accounting           and financial statements. There is an additional $30 non-refundable registration fee due at registration.
         Bilingual           Empieza un sistema de contabilidad, analiza y registra una transacion usando una combinacion de
        -0906-WST            jornales, hojas de trabajo y estado de cuenta bancaria. Hay una carga de $30 al registrarse que no es
                             reembolsable.
          83535               Sec AVD1            R      Dates: 01/27 to 03/10       8-10p        1105        Lagunas               $87
          83537               Sec AVD2            R      Dates: 03/24 to 05/12       8-10p        1105        Lagunas               $87


                              Prepare your mind to receive the best that life has to offer.


                              Computer Courses at Arturo Velasquez Institute
   Introduccion a la        ¿Tienen sentido para usted las palabras software, hardware, bits, bytes, CPU, megabytes, gigabytes, and
   Computadora En           modems ? Si la respuesta es NO, esta es la clase para ud. Aqui puede comenzar el viaje hacia una
        Español             carrera en Información Tecnológica. Aprenderá los componentes de systemas y le introducirán a
  015-0984-0985-WST         Micorsoft software y le ayudarán a compreder el entrenamiento. Al inscribirse, tambien habrá un costo
     Book Required          adicional de $30.00 para la registración. Este pago no es reembolsable.
     83538 / 83540          Sec AVD1         S      Dates: 01/22 to 03/05        8:30-12:30p       1212D       Lorena            $174
     83542 / 83541          Sec AVD2         S     Dates: 03/19 to 05/07         8:30-12:30p       1212D       Lorena            $174
                            Explore the essential elements of the web and utilize practical activities and step-by-step procedures to
                            design, build, and post a website. Participants will create templates for page layout and learn techniques
                            for fine-tuning and modifying prepackaged Web page development software. Learn how to convert and
    Web Page Design         scale artwork and photographs for Web publication, use tables and templates to organize layouts and
      -1059-WST             more.
        83547               Sec AVD1         S      Dates: 01/22 to 03/05          9-12p          1212C         Juan             $149
        83546               Sec AVD2         S      Dates: 03/19 to 05/07          9-12p          1212C         Juan             $149

                            Microsoft® Word is business and industry’s standard program. Learn from an expert how to create and
                            edit documents, set margins, indent paragraphs, format, apply borders and shading, move and copy text,
    Microsoft Word          create numbers and bullets, and use the format painter and templates. Also, you’ll learn to print, the
     -1174-WST              features of mail merge and table creation, use columns, create and format tables, set and adjust tab stops,
                            add page breaks, work with headers and footers, sections, graphics and print envelopes and labels. Books
                            required
          83549             Sec AVD1         T     Dates: 01/18 to 03/08         6-10p          1212D         Lorena              $185

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Richard J. Daley College                          Spring 2011 Schedule                                     Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                           Continuing Education                                     2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                    January through May 2011                                              773-843-4500
          83552              Sec AVD2       T      Dates: 03/22 to 05/10          6-10p         1212D        Lorena             $185




                                                        If you don’t go after what you want, you’ll never have it.
                                                                If you don’t ask, the answer is always no.
                                                      If you don’t step forward, you’re always in the same place.




                               Massage Training at Arturo Velasquez Institute
   Beginning Massage        Discover the powerful healing and rejuvenating benefits of body massage. Relieve tension, reduce stress,
       -6088-WST            and improve blood circulation. Learn the mechanics of doing massage and see demonstrations by the
                            master masseur. Limit of 10 Students.
          83554             Sec AVD1        S      Dates: 01/22 to 03/05       9-11p          1102     Winkfield                $75
          83555             Sec AVD2        S      Dates: 03/19 to 05/07       9-11p          1102     Winkfield                $75

        Massage 2            Learn how easy it is to do a full body massage. Learn how to improve the health of others by helping
       -6093-WST            them to relax. Includes hands-on practice sessions and lots of fun exercising to music to condition hands
                            and arms to do full body massage. Limit of 10 Students.
          83557             Sec AVD1         S      Dates: 01/22 to 03/05    11:05-1:05p        1102      Winkfield               $75
          83558             Sec AVD2         S      Dates: 03/19 to 05/07    11:05-1:05p        1102      Winkfield               $75
                             You must have successfully completed the Swedish Massage Part 1 -2 course before enrolling in
 Therapeutic Massage 1      Therapeutic Massage 1. This course focuses on doing a full-body massage including how to use your
      -6193-WST             knuckles, elbows and percussion techniques. Learn how to start a massage business. This course will have
                            extensive hands-on practice and body conditioning exercises to music.
          83559             Sec AVD1        S      Dates: 01/22 to 03/05        1-3p           1102     Winkfield                $75
          83560             Sec AVD2        S      Dates: 03/19 to 05/07        1-3p           1102     Winkfield                $75
 Therapeutic Massage 2      You must have successfully completed all 3 levels before enrolling in Therapeutic 2. This course focuses
      -6194-WST             on foot reflexology, Shiatsu, how to relieve aches and pains. How to perform range-of motion movement
                            and Hand English techniques. Anatomy study charts required. A certificate of completion will be issued at
                            completion.
          83561             Sec AVD1         F      Dates: 01/28 to 03/11         6-8p         1102      Winkfield               $75
          83562             Sec AVD2         F      Dates: 03/25 to 05/13         6-8p         1102      Winkfield               $75




                                 Success means having the courage,
        the determination, and the will to become the person you believe you were meant to be.

                           Entrenamiento de Maquillaje Artistico Personal en AVI
   Personal Makeup         Este curso esta diseñado para introducir a los estudiantes a las técnicas sobre los fundamentos de
        Artistry           maquillaje artístico personal y aseo para asistirlos a mejorar su propia belleza. El curso le enseñará como
      -7212-WST            perder el miedo hacia la selección de maquillaje, color, y aplicación de maquillaje. Las técnicas sobre los

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7500 South Pulaski Road                            Continuing Education                                     2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                     January through May 2011                                              773-843-4500
                           fundamentos de maquillaje artístico personal incluirán la herramienta, el saneamiento, teoría sobre color,
                           luces y contorno. Tambien le enseñará como cambiar de una apariencia de día hacia una nocturna. El
                           curso tambien tocará el tema del cuidado de la piel y cabello, para crear una apariencia esmerada en los
                           estudiantes.
           83681              Sec WSD2            S      Dates:02/12 to 04/16   9-12p      1233          Annabel              $135




                   Decoración de Pasteles en Español at Arturo Velasquez Institute
 Decoración de Pasteles       Aprenda la decoración creativa de pasteles con la instrucción de paso a paso. Usted empezará con la
      -7156-WST              técnica básica de decorar pasteles. Le enseñará el cubre de escarcha y el zigzag, la estrella, rizar y las
     Book Required           creaciones de rosas. Limit 10 students.
        83565                Sec WSD1        S      Dates: 01/22 to 03/05        9-12p          1310        Martha                 $85
        83566                Sec WSD2        S      Dates: 03/19 to 05/07        9-12p          1310        Martha                 $85

 Decoración de Pasteles      Siga aprendiendo las técnicas profesionales de la decoración de pasteles. Nivel 2 es solamente para los
        Level 2              estudiantes que han completado las básicas del primer nivel. Aprenda de la “Gran Maestra de
      -7157-WST              Decoración de Pasteles.” Limit 10 students.
     Book Required
        83568                Sec WSD1        S        Dates: 01/22 to 03/05     12:15-3:15p       1310        Martha               $85
        83569                Sec WSD2        S        Dates: 03/19 to 05/07     12:15-3:15p       1310        Martha               $85

                                     Continuing Education Instructor’s Needed
        Daley College and Arturo Velasquez Institute -Continuing Education still has a need for part-time adjunct faculty.
Our requirements are a Bachelors Degree, current certification, or experience in their field.
Arts and Crafts           Computer Skills            Health and Wellness          Music           WSI Swim Instructors/Lifeguards
Languages                 Sewing           Bilingual Instructors                  Basic Skills              Nurses/CNA
  Young Learners Training                     Medial Billing and Coding                       Bilingual Welding Instructor
                                               Please email resume and cover letter to:



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7500 South Pulaski Road                           Continuing Education                                        2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                    January through May 2011                                                 773-843-4500
                                                          jjohnson2@ccc.edu

                                                      Golden Year Club
    Daley College is offering to seniors over 65 years young an opportunity to take up to three Fall classes for ½ off the
   price of any courses. Yes, you are reading this right! You will register for classes and tuition is ½ off, you will need to
    pay for any registration fee and materials associated for classes. There is a $15 fee to join the “Golden Year Club”

      Golden Year Club                         Keep learning. Learn more about the computer, crafts, gardening, whatever.
         -5008-BAT                                                   Just never let your brain idle.

  GOLD-I 83751                GOLD-II 83754

                                                  Boomers Fall Special
     Calling all Baby Boomers ages 45-65 years old. Take one course and get the second course ½ off! How could you
                     pass up this opportunity? The special is for courses only. There is a $5 fee to join.

           Boomers                                                      Expand your horizons
          -5009-BAT
       - BOO1 83755                                                        – BOO2 83756


                           Online Courses Enroll any time For more information call 773-838-7547
                          Online Course Address: http://www.ed2go.com/daleycollege
           Please check the exact start date at the ed2go.com web site – New start dates every month.
 Course Titles
          The Analysis and Valuation of Stocks           Evidence Law
          Teaching Students With Autism:                 Math Refresher
           Strategies for Success                         Introduction to Microsoft Web
          Guided Reading: Strategies for the
                                                          Introduction to Flash MX 2004
           Differentiated Classroom
          Web 2.0: Blogs, Wikis, and Podcasts            Accounting Fundamentals
          Differentiated Instruction in the              Goodbye to Shy
           Classroom                                     Advanced Microsoft Excel
          Microsoft Excel 2007 in the Classroom         Secrets of the Caterer
          Integrating Technology in the                 Beginning Braille Transcription
           Classroom                                   Beginning Conversational French
          Microsoft Word 2007 in the Classroom        Beginner's Guide to Getting Published
          Creating a Classroom Web Site               Creating K-12 Learning Materials
          Administrative Assistant Applications
                                                       Start Your Own Small Business
          Assisting Aging Parents
                                                       Business and Marketing Writing
          Basic CompTIA A+ Certification Prep
                                                       Become an Optical Assistant
          A Writer's Guide to Descriptive
                                                       Breaking Into Sitcom Writing
           Settings
                                                       Building Teams That Work
          Computer Skills for the Workplace           Keys to Successful Money
          Managing Customer Service                   Beginning Writer's Workshop
          Starting a Nonprofit                        And MORE…
                                     The secret of getting ahead is getting started

                                 Registration Information For Continuing Education
To Enroll: You may enroll any time before the class first meets. No one will be allowed to register for a class once the course has
officially started. New students to City Colleges of Chicago will be issued a PSSA student identification number. To update a student’s
record for change of name or Social Security Number the original document must be presented at the Continuing Education Department.
Separate registration cards are required for each student (including children) and provide a social security number. The Returning
Student Only registration form included within the schedule may be duplicated for mail in or Fax registrations.
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Richard J. Daley College                        Spring 2011 Schedule                                   Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                         Continuing Education                                   2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                  January through May 2011                                            773-843-4500

Official Enrollment: Students are officially enrolled only when they receive a tuition payment receipt from the Business
Office. Instructors will take attendance at class meeting. If you do not have a receipt, go to the Continuing Education
Office (Room 1403) for assistance.
Who May Enroll: You must be 16, unless the course specifies otherwise.
Cancellations: If a class is canceled refunds are given. Refunds are mailed to the student. Allow three to four weeks for
refunds. Students are notified by phone when possible. Refunds will not be given for classes where the instructor was
unavailable and the class can be made-up.
Schedule Changes: Scheduling and pricing changes may occur without notice, before and during a session, effecting
locations, schedules and instructors. Instructor missed classes; rainouts for outdoor activities and holidays will be made-up.
Prices may change without notice.
Grade Verification: Grade verification is $5 and is made to the Continuing Education Office (Room 1403).
Non-Discrimination: It is the policy of the City Colleges of Chicago that no citizen of the United States or any other person
within the jurisdiction thereof shall, on the grounds of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age or handicap, be excluded
from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in employment, in any education program
or activity of the City Colleges of Chicago.
Special Tuition Charges: Tuition for courses coded 013, 014, and 015 is $87 per course with a one-time per term non-
refundable registration fee of $30. Out of District tuition applies for 013, 014, 015 courses. Tuition for all other courses is
specified in course description.
How to Pay: You may pay by cash, check, money order, Visa and Master Card. Do not mail cash.
Make checks payable to: Daley College.
Notice: Checks returned for Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF), or stopped payment, will incur a charge to the student of $50.
Students who have once given City Colleges of Chicago one of the preceding checks will not be allowed to make
subsequent payments by check.
Withdrawal Refund Procedure: Students who wish to withdraw from a class must do so in person 24 hours before the first
class meeting. There are no refunds once a class begins.

Exams: Certified Nurses Assistant and Real Estate Salesperson Certificate programs require qualifying exams. Call 773-
838-7774 to schedule the exam. A current photo identification is required for admission to testing.

Grading Policy: A student successfully completing the program or course will receive a grade of “S”. A student who is
unsuccessful will receive a grade of “F”. A student who never attends the program/course will receive a No-Show
Withdrawal (NSW) and no refund will be issued. A student who has excessive absences before the mid-term of the course
will be issued an Administrative Withdraw (ADW) and will not be permitted to return to class and no refund will be given.



Registration Made Easy….




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Richard J. Daley College                           Spring 2011 Schedule                                    Arturo Velasquez Institute
7500 South Pulaski Road                            Continuing Education                                    2800 South Western Ave.
773-838-7548                                     January through May 2011                                             773-843-4500
                                                                                                      How to Register
                                                 Policies
                       Registration is continuous up to two days before class                                                By Mail
                        begins or until the course is full.                              Fill out form and mail to R. J. Daley
                       Pre Registration is required for all courses                     College
                                               Payments                                                                    By Phone
                       Make checks or money orders payable to Richard J.                773-838-7548.
                        Daley College. For your convenience we also accept               Phone in registration will be accepted
                        MasterCard and Visa. Cash payments will only be                  using Visa or MasterCard
                        accepted during regular business hours.
                                     Withdrawal and Refund Policy:
                                Please read carefully before registering.
                       Students who want to withdraw from a course must do so                                          In Person
                        in person 24 hours before the first class meeting.               Registration times are Monday through
                       There are no refunds issued on courses after the first           Thursday, 8:30 am to 6:30 pm., Friday,
                        class is in session.                                             8:30 to 4:30 pm.
                       A full refund is issued on courses due to college-initiated
                        cancellations
                                             Cancellations:                                                                      FAX
                       If a course does not meet the minimum required student,          773-838-7542.
                        the college will cancel the course. The college will notify      Registration is accepted at all times using
                        all registrants by phone. A full refund will be issued.          Visa or MasterCard.
 REGISTRATION:                                                                                                                 Online
 Send to: 7500 South Pulaski Rd, Room 1403 Chicago IL 60652                              www.ccc.edu
                                           Daley College Continuing Education Form
 Participant’s Name: ___________________________________________________
 ID # or Social Security # ________________          Date of Birth: ________________ Sex: M F
 Payer’s Name if different from above: _____________________________________
 Address: _________________________ City: ________________ State: _____ Zip: __________
 Day Phone: _____ - _____ - __________             Email address: ___________________________
 Emergency Contact name: ______________________ Emergency Phone: ____________________
   Course Name and Section                                  Course number                      Fee




 Payment Method: O Money Order         O Check       O Visa       O MasterCard

 Name on Credit Card: ______________________________________ Expiration Date: _________________

 Signature: _______________________________________________ Date: __________________________

 Credit Card Number: _______________________________________ Three digit Security Code: (Found on Back of Credit
 Card)_________




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                                                                                                Richard J. Daley College
                                                                                         Continuing Education Book List


COURSE         COURSE NAME             LOCATION               NAME OF BOOK                  PUBLISHER               ISBN
NUMBER
0984 / 0985   Introduccion a la       Arturo Velasquez   Computadoras para Todos                             9780307390516
              Computadora             Institute
0984 / 0985   Intro to the Personal   Daley College      Computer Concepts: Illustrated    Cengage           9780538749541
              Computer                                   Brief (W CD)
1174          Microsoft Word          Daley College /    ILT Microsoft Word 2007 Basic     Cengage           9781423918318
                                      Arturo Velasquez   ILT Microsoft Word 2007                             9781423905400
                                                         Intermediate
1177          Microsoft Word          Daley College      ILT Microsoft Word 2007           Cengage
              Advance                                    Advance
1078          Excel                   Daley College      ILT Microsoft Excel 2007 Basic    Cengage           9781423905349
                                                         ILT Microsoft Excel 2007                            9781423905356
                                                         Intermediate
1075          Excel Advance           Daley College      ILT Microsoft Excel 2007          Cengage           9781423905363
                                                         Advance
1073          PowerPoint              Daley College      ILT Microsoft PowerPoint 2007     Cengage           9781423905240
                                                         Basic
1072          Access                  Daley College      ILT Microsoft Access 2007 Basic   Cengage           9781423905318

0080          American Sign           Daley College      Basic Course in American Sign     T.J. Publishers   9780932666420
              Language Level 1                           Language
0039          GED Review              Daley College      Steck Vaughn Complete GED         Steck Vaughn      9781419053993
                                                         Prep
0804 / 0821   English as a Second     Daley College      Side By Side Book 1               Pearson           9780130267443
              Language I
0805 / 0822   English as a Second     Daley College      Side By Side Book 2               Pearson           9780130267573
              Language II
0865 / 0830   Reading                 Daley College      Reading Comprehension Success     Nacscorp          9781576854945
              Spelling/Vocabulary                        in 20 Minutes a Day
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                Development 1

0116 / 0117     Improving your            Daley College      Basic English Review               Cengage          9780538730952
                English
0029 / 0030     Phonetics                 Daley College /    Spelling Skills & Drills           Hayes            9780883134610
                                          Arturo Velasquez
0037 / 0038     Conversational English    Daley College /
                                          Arturo Velasquez
7515            Conversational Spanish    Daley College      Spanish is Fun Book 1              AMSCO            9781567654646

3029            Food Service            Daley College /      Serv Safe Course Book w/           Pearson          9780135107331
                Certification           Arturo Velasquez     Scantron 5th Edition
7000            Food Service Retesting  Daley College /      Serv Safe Exam Answer Sheets 6th   Pearson          9780135107430
                                        Arturo Velasquez     Edition
0953 / 3037     Travel Agent Training I Daley College        Travel Perspective                 Gorham           9781418016494

0963 / 2028     Real Estate Transaction   Daley College /    Modern Real Estate Practices in                     9781427768339
                                          Arturo Velasquez   Illinois
0624 / 0626 /   CNA                       Daley College /    Mosby’s Textbook for Nursing       Mosby            9780323053679
0625                                      Arturo Velasquez   Assistants (set: Txt/Wkbk w CD)

                                                             BLS for Health Care Providers      American Heart   9780874934618
                                                                                                Association
0517            PCT Training              Daley College /    Phlebotomy Workbook                F.A Davis        9780803610491
                                          Arturo Velasquez   EKG Plain and Simple               Pearson          9780131708143
                                                             Phlebotomy Handbook                Pearson          9780135134245
3275            CPR for Healthcare        Daley College      Basic Life Support                 American Heart   9780874934618
                Providers                                                                       Association
0524 / 0526     Medical Terminology       Daley College      Medical Terminology Essentials     McGraw Hill      9780073256443
                                                             (with CD & Flash Cards)

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1007          Computer Concepts in   Daley College      Intro to Computers for Healthcare   Jones & Barlett   9780763761134
              Healthcare                                Professionals
0103          Medical Billing/Coding Daley College      Insurance Coding & Electronic       McGraw Hill       9780073053073
                                                        Claims for Medical Office
                                                        Medical Terminology Essentials                        9780073256443
                                                        (with CD & Flash Cards)
3023          EKG Technician         Daley College      EKG Plain and Simple                Pearson           978031708143

171 / 173 /   Pharmacy Technician    Arturo Velasquez   The Pharmacy Technician 4th         American          9780895828491
173                                                     Edition                             Pharmacists
                                                        Morty Pack Bundle (Workbook,        Association
                                                        Textbook, Calculations)
0102          Phlebotomy Technician Arturo Velasquez    Phlebotomy Workbook                 F.A Davis         9780803610491
                                                        Phlebotomy Handbook                 Pearson           9780135134245
4200          Improve your Reading   Daley College /    Spectrum Reading Grade 1            Frank Schaffer    9780769638614
              Grade 1-2              Arturo Velasquez   Spectrum Reading Grade 2                              9780769638621
4201          Improve your Reading   Daley College /    Jr. Great Books Series 3 Book 1     Great Books       9781933147260
              Grade 3-4              Arturo Velasquez                                       Foundation
4217          Improve your Reading   Daley College /    Jr. Great Books Series 5 Book 1     Great Books       9781933147062
              Grade 5-6              Arturo Velasquez                                       Foundation
4205          Improve your Reading   Daley College /                                        Great Book
              Grade 7-8              Arturo Velasquez                                       Foundation
4199          Improving your Math    Daley College /    Spectrum Math Grade 1               Frank Schaffer    9780769636917
              Grade 1-2              Arturo Velasquez   Spectrum Math Grade 2                                 9780769636924
4215          Improving your Math    Daley College /    Spectrum Math Grade 4               Frank Schaffer    9780769636948
              Grade 3-4              Arturo Velasquez
4217          Improving your Math    Daley College /    Spectrum Math Grade 6               Frank Schaffer    9780769636962
              Grade 5-6              Arturo Velasquez
4219          Improving your Math    Daley College /    Spectrum Math Grade 8               Frank Schaffer    9780769636986
              Grade 7-8              Arturo Velasquez

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4328   Prepare for the ISAT &   Daley College /    How to Get Better Test Scores     Perfection       9780789157676
       Standardized Test        Arturo Velasquez   (Math Grade 4)                    Learning
       Grade 3-4                                   ISAT Reading Grade 4              Triumph          9781604711028
                                                                                     Learning
4329   Prepare for the ISAT &   Daley College /    How to get Better Test Scores     Perfection       9780789157713
       Standardized Test        Arturo Velasquez   Grade 6                           Learning
       Grade 5-6                                   ISAT Reading Coach Grade 6        Triumph          9781604711042
                                                                                     Learning
4330   Prepare for the ISAT &   Daley College /    How to Get Better Test Scores     Perfection       9780789157751
       Standardized Test        Arturo Velasquez   Grade 8                           Learning
       Grade 7-8                                   ISAT Reading Coach Grade 8        Triumph          9781604711066
                                                                                     Learning
4214   Algebra                  Daley College /    Number Power 3: Algebra           McGraw Hill      9780809223886
                                Arturo Velasquez
4237   Elements of Writing      Daley College /    Spectrum Writing Grade 4          Frank Schaffer   9780769652849
       Grade 3-4                Arturo Velasquez
4237   Elements of Writing      Daley College /    Spectrum Writing Grade 6          Frank Schaffer   9780769652863
       Grade 5-6                Arturo Velasquez
4238   Elements of Writing      Daley College /    Spectrum Writing Grade 8          Frank Schaffer   9780769652887
       Grade 7-8                Arturo Velasquez
4331   Spanish for Children     Daley College      Teach Them Spanish Grade 1        Frank Schaffer   9781568228419
       Level 1
4247   Spanish for Children     Daley College      Teach Them Spanish Grade 4        Frank Schaffer   9781568226811
       Level 2




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