SPRING SCHEDULE 2011

					                            SPRING
  www.indianhills.edu       SCHEDULE 2011
Ottumwa, Centerville
Customized Learning Programs
 •   General Interest
 •   Relicensure
 •   Business/Industry
 •   Vocational
 •   Rural Health Education Programs
 •   Regional Multicultural Center
 •   Career Explorations
 •   Commercial Driver Training
 •   State Mandated
 •   ABE/GED




            Come Grow With Us
     2         Table of Content                                                                                                                                                      Spring 2011



Customized Learning Registration.................................... 3                                 	     Anger	Management	............................................................... 21
                                                                                                       	     DUI	Drinking	Drivers	Class	-	Court	Mandated	....................... 21
Course Offerings                                                                                       	     GED	....................................................................................... 19
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     Arts	&	Crafts	............................................................................ 4
	    Health/Wellness	....................................................................... 4         Performing & Visual Arts Calendar ................................. 24
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     Culinary	Arts	............................................................................ 4
	    Personal	Growth	...................................................................... 5
                                                                                                       Regional Multicultural Center
                                                                                                       	                 .
                                                                                                             Ottumwa	................................................................................ 25
	    Popourri	................................................................................... 6
                                                                                                       	     Fairfield	.................................................................................. 27
	    Firearm	Safety	......................................................................... 6
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                                                                                                             Keosauqua	 ............................................................................ 27
	                   .
     Horticulture	.............................................................................. 7
                                                                                                       	     Albia	....................................................................................... 27
	                            .
     Computer	Basics	..................................................................... 7
                                                                                                       	     Oskaloosa	.............................................................................. 28
	    Office	Essentials	...................................................................... 8
                                                                                                       	                   .
                                                                                                             Sigourney	 .............................................................................. 28
	    Web	Page	Design	.................................................................... 8
                                                                                                       	     Chariton	................................................................................. 28
	    MS	Word	.................................................................................. 9
                                                                                                       	     Centerville	.............................................................................. 28
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     MS	Excel	 ................................................................................. 9
	    MS	Access	............................................................................. 10        Career Exploration......................................................... 29
	    Basic	Internet	......................................................................... 10
	    EBay	...................................................................................... 10    Commercial Driving Training ........................................... 31
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     MS	Powerpoint	...................................................................... 10
	    Data	Recovery	....................................................................... 11          Rural Health Education Partnership
	    Social	Networking	.................................................................. 11           	     Acute	Care	&	Emergency	Certification	Courses	.................... 33
	    Human	Resources	................................................................. 11              	     General	Classes	Conferences	and	Workshops	..................... 36
	    Serv-Safe	............................................................................... 12      	     Senior	Lunch	&	Learns	.......................................................... 39
	    RELI	....................................................................................... 12   	     Lunch	&	Learn	with	Dr.	Murray	.............................................. 40
	    Quickbooks	............................................................................ 13        	     Dependent	Adult/Child	Aubse	................................................ 40
	    Plumber	/	Mechanical	Relicensure	........................................ 14                      	                                   .
                                                                                                             IHCC	AHA	Training	Center	.................................................... 41
	    Electrician	Relicensure	.......................................................... 15             	     Fire	Fighter	Courses	.............................................................. 42
	    OSHA	Safety	Training	............................................................ 16              	                                                          .
                                                                                                             Health	Occupations	Certificate	Programs	 ............................. 43
                                                                                                       	
	    Lead	Safe	Renovator	............................................................. 17              Main Campus Map ......................................................... 46
	    Biodiesel	Workshop	............................................................... 17
	    Cosmetology	Relicensure	...................................................... 17                 Centerville Campus Map ................................................ 47
	                                 .
     Paralegal	Certificate	.............................................................. 18
	    Coaching	Authorization	.......................................................... 19              North Campus Map ....................................................... 47
	    	 Ottumwa	............................................................................. 19
                                                                                                       Career Academies ......................................................... 50
	    	 Centerville	.......................................................................... 19
	    New	Bus	Driver	...................................................................... 20          Silver Scholars ............................................................... 52
	                                 .
     Bus	Driver	Inservice	 .............................................................. 20
	    PS	/	Mapp	.............................................................................. 20       Paralegal Certificate ....................................................... 54
	    Children	in	the	Middle	............................................................ 20



                                              Degree and Diploma Programs
                                                GO TO:
                   www.indianhills.edu/schedule to download the schedule of courses

    All students are encouraged to meet with an academic                                                                ADVAnCED TECHnOLOGIES
    counselor before registering. Counselors can help ensure                                           Centerville Campus
    that students                                                                                        Technical Programs (641-856-2143)
    •	meet all requirements for graduation,                                                            Ottumwa Campus
    •	take appropriate courses for transfer,                                                             Technical Programs-Day Classes (641-683-5215)
    •	choose courses most appropriate to their abilities and                                           Expanded Programs-Evening Classes (641-683-5309)
    educational/career goals.                                                                              Construction Management
                                                                                                           Industrial Maintenance
    Centerville Campus (641-856-2143) - Counselors	 are	 avail-
                                                                                                           Microcomputer Specialist
    able	in	the	Administration	Building	from	7:30	a.m.	to	4:30	p.m.	
                                                                                                           Welding Occupations
    Monday	through	Thursday	to	advise	students	about	course	se-
    lections	and	graduation	requirements.	
                                                                                                                             HEALTH OCCUPATIOnS
    Ottumwa Campus (641-683-5278) – Counselors	are	available	                                          Ottumwa Campus Day and Evening Classes
    in	the	Bennett	Student	Services	Center	from	7:30	a.m.	to	4:30	                                     (641-683-5164)
    p.m.	Monday	through	Thursday	to	advise	students	about	course	
    selections	and	graduation	requirements.                                                            Centerville Campus (641-856-2143, Ext 2220) or
                                                                                                       (641-683-5164)



To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413                                  Centerville: 1-800-670-3641, ext. 2200                                     Health: 1-800-726-2585, ext. 5281
  Spring 2011                                                                        Registration   3


   
         BY PHONE Registration: 
                             Numbers to register for the following…
                             Ottumwa Campus - General           1-800-346-4413
                             Regional Multicultural Center      1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5755
                             Health Occupations                 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5281
                             Centerville Campus                 1-800-670-3641, Ext. 2200

    MAIL-IN Registration:
                             Indian Hills Community College
                             Attn: Accounts Receivable
                             525 Grandview, Bldg #1
                             Ottumwa, IA 52501

    BY FAX Registration:
                             Ottumwa Campus                           641-683-5296
                             Centerville Campus                       641-856-5527


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                      Visit our Web site at www.indianhills.edu
     4        Offerings                                                                                                         Spring 2011




ARTS & CRAFTS                                                                 In	this	class	Chef	Benjamin	Whitmore	will	demonstrate	some	of	
                                                                              the	advanced	techniques	used	in	the	professional	bake	shop.	 	
                                                                              From	a	simple	sourdough	to	traditional	French	Baguettes	and	
Pre-registration	 Deadline	 is	 February	 16.	 	 Required	 book	 is	          Black	Pepper	Cheddar	Bread.		We	will	look	at	the	basic	formu-
“Quilting	Blocks	on	American	Barns”	by	Eleanor	Burns.		Book	                  las	needed	and	the	steps	in	the	baking	process	that	will	give	
needs	to	be	purchased	prior	to	first	class.		Instructions	will	be	            you	great	results	every	time.
given	 on	 a	 variety	 of	 blocks	 and	 barn	 styles.	 	 Use	 your	 own	
creativity	to	piece	your	own	special	Barn	Quilt.		Information	let-
ter	will	be	sent	to	all	pre-registered	students	after	the	February	
                                                                              Advanced Bread Baking
                                                                              11/YR*nOn*1266*502	             Mar	29	-	Mar	29
16	deadline.                                                                  IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         TUES.,6:00PM-9:00PM
                                                                              Food	Service	Complex	           Rm.:	B80
Quilting With Connie & Judy                                                   Cost:	$25	                      Instructor:	B.	Whitmore
11/YR*nOn*1345*503	                Mar	09	-	Apr	27
IHCC	Centerville	Campus	           WED.,5:30PM-7:30PM
Classroom	Building	                Rm.:	15/16
Cost:	$25	                         Instructor:	J.	Stevenson/C.	Gillaspie
                                                                              In	this	one	day	class	Chef	Whitmore	will	lead	the	class	in	the	
Beginning Stained Glass                                                       basics	 of	sausage	making.	 	We	will	 spend	 our	 time	 together	
11/YR*nOn*1304*501	                Mar	23	-	Apr	20                            creating	 several	 flavored	 bratwursts,	 Mexican	 Chorizo	 and	
IHCC	Centerville	Campus	           WED.,6:00PM-8:00PM                         breakfast	links	that	the	whole	family	will	enjoy.
Centerville	Art	Bldg	              Rm.:	3
Cost:	$84	                         Instructor:	M.	Sisul
                                                                              Sausage Making 101
                                                                              11/YR*nOn*1254*501	             Apr	05	-	Apr	05
                                                                              IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         TUES.,6:00PM-9:00PM

HEALTH/WELLNESS                                                               Food	Service	Complex	
                                                                              Cost:	$25	
                                                                                                              Rm.:	B80
                                                                                                              Instructor:	B.	Whitmore

One	of	the	myriad	benefits	of	exercise	is	to	unload	your	stress.	
Just	 imagine,	 then,	 all	 the	 other	 terrific	 ‘side	 effects’	 of	 get-
ting	your	body	in	motion.	Join	us	for	circuit-type	training	utiliz-           Chef	 Whitmore	 will	 share	 his	 recipes	 for	 Barbecued	 Shrimp	
ing	hand-held	weights	(3-5	lbs.),	a	stability	ball	and	mat.	Then	             with	 Bacon,	 Crab	 Cakes	 with	 Creole	 Honey	 Mustard	 Sauce,	
imagine	the	bliss	of	stretching	after	a	good	overall	body	work-               Smoked	 Whiskey	 Shrimp,	 Gruyere	 Cheese	 Puffs	 and	 Spicy	
out!	Please	bring	your	own	equipment.                                         Mixed	Nuts.		All	are	easy	to	prepare	and	all	are	delicious!

Exercise to Destress                                                          Party Appetizers
11/YR*nOn*1020*202	                Feb	23	-	May	18                            11/YR*nOn*1253*501	             Apr	12	-	Apr	12
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	            MON./WED.,5:15PM-6:15PM                    IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         TUES.,6:00PM-9:00PM
Hellyer	Student	Life	Center	       Rm.:	105                                   Food	Service	Complex	           Rm.:	B80
Cost:	$80	                         Instructor:	J.	Altheide                    Cost:	$25	                      Instructor:	B.	Whitmore

Beginning Golf
11/YR*nOn*1153*501	                Apr	05	-	May	10
IHCC	Centerville	Campus	           TUES.,6:00PM-7:30PM
Centerville-Classroom	5	           Rm.:	1                                     Learn	how	to	create	borders,	flowers,	styles	of	writing	and	fig-
Cost:	$52	                         Instructor:	B.	Kaster                      ure	piping	to	enhance	cakes,	cupcakes,	cookies	and	garnish-
                                                                              es.	You	will	need	to	bring	a	ten-inch	featherweight	decorating	
                                                                              bag	with	tips	#3,	12,	21,	47,	48,	80,	102,	104,	150,	194,	and	

CULINARY ARTS
                                                                              352.	Also	bring	a	2-piece	coupler,	a	flower	nail,	small	pointed	
                                                                              tip	 scissors,	 metal	 cake	 pan,	 a	 spoon	 or	 spatula,	 powdered	
                                                                              sugar,	dish	cloth,	and	several	Styrofoam	plates.	Decorating	ic-
Chef	 Whitmore	 will	 turn	 a	 cold	 winter	 night	 into	 something	          ing	will	need	to	be	brought	to	the	first	class.
to	 celebrate	 with	 some	 fantastic	 soup	 recipes!	 	 From	 Cuban	
Black	Bean	to	Classic	French	Onion	to	Butternut	Squash	with	                  Basic Cake Decorating
Parmesan	these	soups	will	warm	your	soul.                                     11/YR*nOn*1032*205	             Apr	18	-	May	16
                                                                              IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         MON.,6:00PM-8:30PM
Sensational Soups                                                             Food	Service	Complex	
                                                                              Cost:	$70	
                                                                                                              Rm.:	B85
                                                                                                              Instructor:	S.	Harter
11/YR*nOn*1321*501	                Mar	22	-	Mar	22
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	            TUES.,6:00PM-9:00PM
Food	Service	Complex	              Rm.:	B80                                   Basic Cake Decorating
Cost:	$25	                         Instructor:	B.	Whitmore                    11/YR*nOn*1032*207	             Apr	19	-	May	17
                                                                              IHCC	Centerville	Campus	        TUES.,6:00PM-8:30PM


To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
  Spring 2011                                                                                                         Offerings            5


Centerville	                     Rm.:	15                                  to	help	you	long	after	the	workshop	is	over.
Cost:	$70	                       Instructor:	S.	Harter
                                                                          Beginner’s Guide to Getting Published
                                                                          11/YR*VOC*3159*201	               Apr	07	-	Apr	07
                                                                          IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	           THU.,3:00PM-5:00PM
                                                                          Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	          Rm.:	152
This	class	is	for	the	experienced	decorators	wanting	to	learn	            Cost:	$27	                        Instructor:	LeeAnne	Krusemark
advanced	techniques	to	enhance	their	decorating	skills.	Royal	
icing	 techniques	 include	 run-sugar,	 gum	 paste	 decorations,	
royal	icing	and	run-sugar	applications,	advanced	figure	piping,	
embellished	borders,	sugar	molding,	marzipan,	and	assembly	
of	 tiered	 cakes.	 Students	 will	 need	 to	 bring	 basic	 decorating	   Have	you	ever	wanted	to	talk	to	a	real	publisher?	Are	you	tired	
kit/decorating	bags,	plastic	wrap,	waxed	paper,	and	decorating	           of	 having	 your	 manuscripts	 critiqued	 by	 non-professionals?	
icing	suitable	for	making	roses	and	figure	piping.	Supply	list	for	       Bring	 your	 in-progress	 manuscript	 for	 an	 in-class	 critique	 of	
the	remaining	classes	will	be	provided	at	the	first	class.                your	 poetry,	 article,	 short	 story,	 novel,	 non-fiction	 book,	 chil-
                                                                          dren’s	book,	etc.	You	will	then	learn	about	the	pros	and	cons	
Advanced Cake Decorating                                                  of	 traditional	 publishing	 and	 self	 publishing	 options.	You	 can	
11/YR*nOn*1032*206	              Apr	20	-	May	18                          then	 leave	 a	 COPY	 of	 your	 manuscript	 with	 LeeAnne,	 now	
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          WED.,6:00PM-8:30PM                       the	owner	of	an	author-friendly	publishing	house,	for	a	profes-
Food	Service	Complex	            Rm.:	B85                                 sional	critique	(for	an	optional	materials	fee	of	$50	for	up	to	25	
Cost:	$70	                       Instructor:	S.	Harter                    double-spaced	pages	+	$1/page	thereafter)	and	a	list	of	pub-
                                                                          lishers	and/or	agents	who	are	interested	in	your	type	of	work.	
                                                                          If	you	cannot	attend,	but	would	like	your	manuscript	critiqued,	

PERSONAL GROWTH
                                                                          call	 for	 details.	A	 mandatory	 $10	 materials	 fee	 is	 payable	 to	
                                                                          the	 instructor	 at	 the	 door	 for	 a	 detailed	 workbook	 comparing	
                                                                          the	 different	 publishing	 options	 for	 your	 work	 and	 a	 writer’s	
Does	your	money	work	for	you	or	do	you	work	for	your	                     resource	book.
money?	This	class	is	not	taught	by	a	financial	guru	but	by	a	
single	Mom	turned	home	business	entrepreneur,	homeowner,	
publisher,	and	real	estate	investor.	This	is	not	a	get	rich	quick	
                                                                          Meet the Publisher-Get Your Manuscript
scheme	but	a	Seven-Secrets	plan	of	action	to	help	achieve	                Critiqued
the	path	to	financial	freedom.	Each	one	of	these	secrets	is	              11/YR*VOC*3159*202	               Apr	07	-	Apr	07
                                                                          IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	           THU.,5:00PM-6:00PM
worth	more	than	ten	times	the	cost	of	this	class.	LeeAnne	is	
                                                                          Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	          Rm.:	152
a	guest	lecturer	nationwide	and	teaches	online	at	more	than	              Cost:	$17	                        Instructor:	LeeAnne	Krusemark
1,000	facilities	worldwide.		This	workshop	is	not	for	those	
already	advanced	in	financial	matters	nor	does	it	provide	any	
legal	advice.	A	mandatory	$20	materials	fee	is	payable	to	
instructor	at	the	door	for	printed	information	to	assist	you	in	
your	journey	to	financial	freedom.                                        Are	 you	 tired	 of	 working	 for	 someone	 else?	 Do	 you	 need	 to	
                                                                          make	more	money?	Turn	your	talents	and	hobbies	into	prof-
Seven Simple Secrets to Financial                                         its	at	home	by	learning	how	to	start	a	home-based	business	
                                                                          from	a	Chamber	of	Commerce	past	president	and	successful	
Freedom                                                                   southern	California	entrepreneur.	During	this	comprehensive,	
11/YR*ELI*1092*201	              Apr	07	-	Apr	07
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          THU.,1:00PM-3:00PM                       informative	workshop,	you	will	discover	more	than	100	home	
Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	         Rm.:	152                                 business	ideas,	mandatory	legal	documentation,	ways	to	mar-
Cost:	$27	                       Instructor:	LeeAnne	Krusemark            ket	your	product/service	and	how	to	take	tax	deductions	(this	
                                                                          workshop	included!).If	you	really	want	to	succeed	in	a	home	
                                                                          business,	this	step-by-step	workshop	is	a	must!	A	mandatory	
                                                                          $20	materials	fee	is	payable	to	the	instructor	at	the	door	for	in-
                                                                          formation	designed	to	help	you	long	after	the	workshop	is	over.
Did	you	know	Stephen	King	was	rejected	75	times	before	he	
sold	his	first	novel?	If	your	goal	is	to	become	a	published	free-
lance	 writer	by	selling	 a	magazine	article,	 short	story,	poem,	
                                                                          Cash in With A Successful Home Based
or	even	a	novel,	this	comprehensive	workshop	will	guide	you	              Business
to	 become	 a	 “published”	 writer	 overnight,	 teach	 you	 how	 to	      11/YR*BUS*1223*201	               Apr	07	-	Apr	07
submit	manuscripts	the	correct	way,	find	the	right	publisher	for	         IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	           THU.,6:00PM-8:00PM
                                                                          Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	          Rm.:	152
your	work,	write	irresistible	query	letters	and	100	ways	to	make	
                                                                          Cost:	$27	                        Instructor:	LeeAnne	Krusemark
money	as	a	freelance	writer.	A	mandatory	$20	materials	fee	is	
payable	to	the	instructor	at	the	door	for	information	designed	



                                                                                                                                 To Register:
                                                                                                Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
     6       Offerings                                                                                                      Spring 2011



If	 you	 can	 type,	 	 you	 can	 make	 money	 at	 home	 using	 your	      Introduction to International Wines
computer---there	really	is	a	need	for	your	services!	Prerequi-            11/YR*nOn*1031*507	             Jan	31	-	Mar	7
site	 to	 this	 class	 is	 “Cash	 in	 with	 a	 Successful	 Home-Based	    Albia,	IA	                      MON.,6:30PM-8:30PM
Business”.	 Discover	 the	 secrets	 on	 how	 and	 where	 to	 find	        Monroe	County	Service	Center	   Rm.:	Conference	Room
clients,	 50	 ways	 to	 advertise/market	 your	 services,	 effective	     Cost:	$60	                      Instructor:	S.	Richardson
home	 office	 equipment	 choices,	 100	 ways	 to	 make	 money	
with	 a	 computer	 and	 FREE	 national	 networking	 information.	         Introduction to International Wines
Enjoy	the	freedom	to	be	your	own	boss,	set	your	own	hours,	               11/YR*nOn*1031*508	             Feb	24	-	Mar	31
and	have	the	opportunity	to	make	more	money	than	you	ever	                IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         THU.,6:30PM-8:30PM
did	before.		A	mandatory	$10	materials	fee	is	payable	to	the	             Advanced	Technology	Center	     Rm.:	122
                                                                          Cost:	$60	                      Instructor:	S.	Richardson
instructor	at	the	door	for	information	designed	to	help	you	long	
after	the	workshop	is	over.

Making Money With A Typing/WP Business
11/YR*BUS*1223*202	              Apr	07	-	Apr	07                          Join	Certified	Wine	Educator,	Steve	Richardson,	as	we	com-
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          THU.,8:00PM-9:00PM                       pare	wines	by	variety;	i.e.,	discover	Chardonnays	from	different	
Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	         Rm.:	152
                                                                          regions	of	the	world;	how	do	Old	World	Cabernet	Sauvignons	
Cost:	$17	                       Instructor:	LeeAnne	Krusemark
                                                                          compare	to	New	World	Cabs,	etc.		You’ll	learn	the	subtle	nu-
                                                                          ances	 of	 each	 wine	 variety,	 boost	 your	 confidence,	 increase	
                                                                          your	knowledge	and	gain	more	enjoyment	out	of	every	glass	
POTPOURRI                                                                 of	wine.		Additional	fee	to	instructor	for	materials.

Learn	 the	 basics	 of	 dog	 training	 needed	 for	 everyday	 living	     Explore Varietal Wines
with	your	dog.	Obedience	problems	will	also	be	covered.	The	              11/YR*nOn*1031*509	             Mar	28	-	Apr	18
first	 night	 is	 orientation.	 PLEASE	 DO	 NOT	 BRING	 DOG	 ON	          Albia,	IA	                      MON.,6:30PM-8:30PM
                                                                          Monroe	County	Service	Center	   Rm.:	Conference	Room
FIRST	NIGHT.	ALL	OWNERS	MUST	BRING	CURRENT	RA-
                                                                          Cost:	$40	                      Instructor:	S.	Richardson
BIES	CERTIFICATE	FIRST	NIGHT—NOT	JUST	THE	TAG.	A	
well-behaved	 dog	 is	 a	 joy	 to	 own	 and	 is	 appreciated	 by	 ev-
eryone.	 Wayne	 Gilbert,	 instructor,	 has	 over	 20	 years	 of	 dog	
training	and	instructing	experience.	Come	join	the	class	for	an	          Explore Varietal Wines
                                                                          11/YR*nOn*1031*510	             Apr	14	-	May	12
enjoyable	evening	out	with	your	pet	and	other	dog-loving	peo-             IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         THU.,6:30PM-8:30PM
ple.	Dogs	should	be	at	least	2	months	of	age.	Puppy	classes	              Advanced	Technology	Center	     Rm.:	122
are	available	for	younger	dogs.	Class	size	is	limited	so	early	           Cost:	$40	                      Instructor:	S.	Richardson
registration	 is	 recommended.	 Pit	 Bulls	 and	 Staff	 Terriers	 will	
not	be	accepted	in	this	class.

Dog Obedience                                                             FIREARM SAFETY
11/YR*nOn*2100*203	              Mar	09	-	Apr	20
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          WED.,6:30PM-8:00PM                       Enrolling	in	this	course	will	fulfill	the	requirements	needed	to	
Maintenance	Shed/Horticulture	   Rm.:	100                                 obtain	a	license	to	carry	a	firearm.
Cost:	$65	                       Instructor:	Wayne	Gilbert
                                                                          Firearm Safety
Beginning Photography:Darkroom                                            11/YR*VOC*3088*206	             Feb	28	-	Feb	28
11/YR*nOn*1029*502	              Mar	09	-	Mar	16                          IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         MON.,6:00PM-10:00PM
IHCC	Centerville	Campus	         WED.,6:00PM-9:00PM                       Advanced	Technology	Center	     Rm.:	132
Centerville	Administration	      Rm.:	1                                   Cost:	$30	                      Instructor:	M.	McDonough
Cost:	$42	                       Instructor:	M.	Sisul


                                                                          Firearm Safety
                                                                          11/YR*VOC*3088*209	             Mar	21	-	Mar	21
                                                                          IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         MON.,6:00PM-10:00PM
Join	 Certified	 Wine	 Educator,	 Steve	 Richardson,	 and	 master	        Advanced	Technology	Center	     Rm.:	132
the	 secrets	 of	 wine	 appreciation.	 	 You’ll	 learn	 how	 to	 order/   Cost:	$30	                      Instructor:	M.	McDonough
buy	wine,	how	to	taste	and	how	to	choose	the	single	variety	
that	will	best	compliment	your	meal.		You	will	boost	your	con-
fidence,	 increase	 your	 knowledge	 and	 gain	 more	 enjoyment	
out	of	every	glass	of	wine.		Fee	to	instructor	for	materials.		(Six	
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Jefferson	County	Service	Center	Rm.:	Computer	Lab         Computer Basics
Cost:	$67.50	                   Instructor:	L.	Leffler    11/CS*BCA*110*53	                 May	02	-	May	16
                                                          IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	           MON.,6:00PM-8:40PM
Computer Basics                                           Advanced	Technology	Center	       Rm.:	187
11/CS*BCA*110*51	                Feb	24	-	Mar	10          Cost:	$67.50	                     Instructor:	D.	Eaton
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          THU.,6:00PM-8:40PM
Advanced	Technology	Center	      Rm.:	187                 Computer Basics
Cost:	$67.50	                    Instructor:	K.	Rysdam    11/CS*BCA*110*55	               May	04	-	May	18
                                                          Fairfield,	IA	                  WED.,6:00PM-8:40PM
Computer Basics                                           Jefferson	County	Service	Center	Rm.:	Computer	Lab
11/CS*BCA*110*56	                Mar	01	-	Mar	15          Cost:	$67.50	                   Instructor:	L.	Leffler
Oskaloosa,	IA	                   TUES.,6:00PM-8:40PM
IHCC/Penn	Service	Center	        Rm.:	Computer	Lab

                                                          OFFICE ESSENTIALS
Cost:	$67.50	                    Instructor:	S.	Fry

Computer Basics
11/CS*BCA*110*50	                Mar	17	-	Mar	31          The	 student	 will	 learn	 how	 to	 create,	 save,	 edit,	 retrieve	 and	
Sigourney,	IA	                   THU.,6:00PM-8:40PM       print	 documents	 in	 Word,	 Excel	 and	 PowerPoint.	 	 They	 will	
Keokuk	County	Service	Center	    Rm.:	Computer	Lab        learn	 to	 use	 these	 programs	 individually	 and	 combined	 to	
Cost:	$67.50	                    Instructor:	Staff        make	the	work	more	efficient.

Computer Basics                                           Office Essentials
11/CS*BCA*110*58	                Apr	05	-	Apr	19
                                                          11/CS*BCA*211*51	                 Feb	23	-	Mar	30
Keosauqua,	IA	                   TUES.,6:00PM-8:40PM
                                                          IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	           WED.,6:00PM-8:40PM
Van	Buren	Co.	Service	Center	    Rm.:	Computer	Lab
                                                          Advanced	Technology	Center	       Rm.:	187
Cost:	$67.50	                    Instructor:	R.	Leer
                                                          Cost:	$135	                       Instructor:	D.	Eaton

Computer Basics                                           Office Essentials
11/CS*BCA*110*52	                Apr	06	-	Apr	20
                                                          11/CS*BCA*211*54	                 Feb	24	-	Mar	31
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          WED.,6:00PM-8:40PM
                                                          IHCC	Centerville	Campus	          THU.,6:00PM-8:40PM
Advanced	Technology	Center	      Rm.:	187
                                                          Centerville	Library/Bookstore	    Rm.:	6
Cost:	$67.50	                    Instructor:	D.	Cain
                                                          Cost:	$135	                       Instructor:	K.	Rysdam

Computer Basics                                           Office Essentials
11/CS*BCA*110*59	                Apr	06	-	Apr	20
                                                          11/CS*BCA*211*52	               Mar	01	-	Apr	05
Keosauqua,	IA	                   WED.,6:00PM-8:40PM
                                                          Fairfield,	IA	                  TUES.,6:00PM-8:40PM
Van	Buren	Co.	Service	Center	    Rm.:	Computer	Lab
                                                          Jefferson	County	Service	Center	Rm.:	Computer	Lab
Cost:	$67.50	                    Instructor:	K.	Rysdam
                                                          Cost:	$135	                     Instructor:	L.	Leffler

Computer Basics                                           Office Essentials
11/CS*BCA*110*5A	                Apr	06	-	Apr	20
                                                          11/CS*BCA*211*53	                 Mar	07	-	Apr	11
Sigourney,	IA	                   WED.,6:00PM-8:40PM
                                                          Oskaloosa,	IA	                    MON.,6:00PM-8:40PM
Keokuk	County	Service	Center	    Rm.:	Computer	Lab
                                                          IHCC/Penn	Service	Center	         Rm.:	Computer	Lab
Cost:	$67.50	                    Instructor:	C.	Sellers
                                                          Cost:	$135	                       Instructor:	C.	Sellers

Computer Basics
11/CS*BCA*110*54	               Apr	07	-	Apr	21
Fairfield,	IA	                  THU.,6:00PM-8:40PM
Jefferson	County	Service	Center	Rm.:	Computer	Lab
                                                          WEB PAGE DESIGN
Cost:	$67.50	                   Instructor:	K.	Rysdam
                                                          Students	will	learn	how	to	create/write	Web	pages	with	a	hy-
                                                          pertext	markup	language	and	HTML	editors.		Class	activities	
Computer Basics                                           include	designing	pages,	creating	hyperlinks,	transferring	files	
11/CS*BCA*110*57	                Apr	07	-	Apr	21
Oskaloosa,	IA	                   THU.,6:00PM-8:40PM       to	a	public	web	server	and	applying	for	domain	name.
IHCC/Penn	Service	Center	        Rm.:	Computer	Lab
Cost:	$67.50	                    Instructor:	Staff        Web Page Design I
                                                          11/CS*CIS*221*51	                 Mar	01	-	Mar	15
Computer Basics                                           IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	           TUES.,6:00PM-8:40PM
11/CS*BCA*110*5B	                Apr	21	-	May	12          Advanced	Technology	Center	       Rm.:	187
IHCC	Centerville	Campuspus	      THUR.,	6:00PM	-	8:40PM   Cost:	$67.50	                     Instructor:	P.	Ligotti
Centerville	Library/Bookstore	   Rm.:	6
Cost:	$67.50	                    Instructor:	K.	Rysdam


To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
  Spring 2011                                                                                                Offerings            9


Web Page Design II
11/CS*CIS*222*51	               Mar	22	-	Apr	05                   MS EXCEL
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         TUES.,6:00PM-8:40PM
Advanced	Technology	Center	     Rm.:	187                          Learn	the	fundamentals	to	create	worksheets	and	workbooks	
Cost:	$67.50	                   Instructor:	P.	Ligotti            in	 order	 to	 track	 financial	 matters	 of	 a	 personal	 or	 business	
                                                                  nature.
Web Page Design III
11/YR*VOC*1522*503	             Apr	12	-	May	03                   Basic Excel
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         TUES.,6:00PM-8:40PM               11/YR*VOC*1006*201	               Feb	08	-	Feb	08
Advanced	Technology	Center	     Rm.:	187                          Corydon,	IA	                      TUES.,6:00PM-9:00PM
Cost:	$67.50	                   Instructor:	P.	Ligotti            Wayne	County	Service	Center	      Rm.:	Computer	Lab
                                                                  Cost:	$21	                        Instructor:	Staff


MS WORD                                                           Basic Excel
                                                                  11/YR*VOC*1006*202	               Feb	16	-	Feb	16
                                                                  Chariton,	IA	                     WED.,6:00PM-9:00PM
The	student	will	learn	how	to	create,	save,	edit,	retrieve	and	   Lucas	County	Service	Center	      Rm.:	Computer	Lab
print	documents	with	a	professional	look!                         Cost:	$21	                        Instructor:	Staff


Basic Word Processing                                             Basic Excel
11/CS*BCA*128*52	               Feb	23	-	Mar	30                   11/YR*VOC*1006*203	               Feb	24	-	Feb	24
Fairfield,	IA	                  WED.,6:00PM-8:40PM                Albia,	IA	                        THU.,6:00PM-9:00PM
Jefferson	Co.	Service	Center	   Rm.:	Computer	Lab                 Monroe	County	Service	Center	     Rm.:	Computer	Lab
Cost:	$135	                     Instructor:	L.	Leffler            Cost:	$21	                        Instructor:	Staff


One-Day Word                                                      Basic Spreadsheets
11/YR*VOC*1015*504	             Mar	04	-	Mar	04                   11/CS*BCA*150*54	                 Feb	24	-	Mar	31
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         FRI.,9:00AM-4:00PM                Keosauqua,	IA	                    THU.,6:00PM-8:40PM
Advanced	Technology	Center	     Rm.:	242                          Van	Buren	Co.	Service	Center	     Rm.:	Computer	Lab
Cost:	$42	                      Instructor:	S.	Reid               Cost:	$135	                       Instructor:	K.	Rysdam


Basic Word Processing                                             Basic Excel
11/CS*BCA*128*51	               Mar	07	-	Apr	11                   11/YR*VOC*1006*204	               Feb	28	-	Feb	28
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         MON.,6:00PM-8:40PM                Bloomfield,	IA	                   MON.,6:00PM-9:00PM
Advanced	Technology	Center	     Rm.:	187                          Davis	County	Service	Center	      Rm.:	Computer	Lab
Cost:	$135	                     Instructor:	D.	Eaton              Cost:	$21	                        Instructor:	Staff


Basic Word Processing                                             Basic Spreadsheets
11/CS*BCA*128*55	               Mar	07	-	Apr	11                   11/CS*BCA*150*52	                 Feb	28	-	Apr	04
Sigourney,	IA	                  MON.,6:00PM-8:40PM                Fairfield,	IA	                    MON.,6:00PM-8:40PM
Keokuk	County	Service	Center	   Rm.:	Computer	Lab                 Jefferson	Co.	Service	Center	     Rm.:	Computer	Lab
Cost:	$135	                     Instructor:	C.	Sellers            Cost:	$135	                       Instructor:	L.	Leffler


Basic Word Processing                                             Basic Spreadsheets
11/CS*BCA*128*54	               Apr	04	-	May	16                   11/CS*BCA*150*53	                 Feb	23	-	Mar	30
Keosauqua,	IA	                  MON.,6:00PM-8:40PM                Oskaloosa,	IA	                    WED.,6:00PM-8:40PM
Van	Buren	Co.	Service	Center	   Rm.:	Computer	Lab                 IHCC/Penn		Service	Center	        Rm.:	Computer	Lab
Cost:	$135	                     Instructor:	K.	Rysdam             Cost:	$135	                       Instructor:	C.	Sellers


Basic Word Processing                                             Basic Spreadsheets
11/CS*BCA*128*53	               Apr	05	-	May	17                   11/CS*BCA*150*55	                 Mar	01	-	Apr	05
Oskaloosa,	IA	                  TUES.,6:00PM-8:40PM               Sigourney,	IA	                    TUES.,6:00PM-8:40PM
IHCC/Penn	Service	Center	       Rm.:	Computer	Lab                 Keokuk	County	Service	Center	     Rm.:	Computer	Lab
Cost:	$135	                     Instructor:	S.	Fry                Cost:	$135	                       Instructor:	Staff

                  SILVER SCHOLARS                                 Basic Spreadsheets
 Classes are specifically designed for anyone celebrat-           11/CS*BCA*150*51	                 Mar	17	-	Apr	21
                                                                  IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	           THU.,6:00PM-8:40PM
 ing life experience of 55 years or better. Enjoy small           Advanced	Technology	Center	       Rm.:	187
 class size and a relaxed learning atmosphere. See                Cost:	$135	                       Instructor:	D.	Cain
 page 52


                                                                                                                             To Register:
                                                                                           Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
     10        Offerings                                                                                                    Spring 2011



  One Day Excel                                                          Buy & Sell on E-Bay
  11/YR*VOC*1570*504	             Apr	15	-	Apr	15                        11/YR*VOC*1070*514	           Feb	15	-	Feb	15
  IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         FRI.,9:00AM-4:00PM                     Keosauqua,	IA	                TUES.,7:00PM-9:00PM
  Advanced	Technology	Center	     Rm.:	242                               Van	Buren	County	Service	Center	      Rm.:	Computer	Lab
  Cost:	$42	                      Instructor:	S.	Reid                    Cost:	$14	                    Instructor:	W.	Shilling

                                                                         Buy & Sell on E-Bay
  MS ACCESS
                                                                         11/YR*VOC*1070*515	             Mar	01	-	Mar	01
                                                                         IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         TUES.,7:00PM-9:00PM
                                                                         Advanced	Technology	Center	     Rm.:	187
  Using	 Access,	 the	 student	 will	 learn	 to	 create	 a	 database,	   Cost:	$14	                      Instructor:	W.	Shilling
  perform	validation	operations,	ensure	data	integrity,	create	re-
  cords,	 perform	 simple	 queries	 and	 create	 simple	 forms	 and	     Buy & Sell on E-Bay
  reports.                                                               11/YR*VOC*1070*517	             Mar	24	-	Mar	24
                                                                         Oskaloosa,	IA	                  THU.,7:00PM-9:00PM
                                                                         IHCC/Penn		Service	Center	      Rm.:	Computer	Lab
  One Day Access                                                         Cost:	$14	                      Instructor:	W.	Shilling
  11/YR*VOC*4015*503	             Feb	11	-	Feb	11
  IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         FRI.,9:00AM-4:00PM
  Advanced	Technology	Center	     Rm.:	242                               Buy & Sell on E-Bay
  Cost:	$42	                      Instructor:	S.	Reid                    11/YR*VOC*1070*203	             Mar	31	-	Mar	31
                                                                         Albia,	IA	                      THU.,7:00PM-9:00PM
                                                                         Monroe	County	Service	Center	   Rm.:	Computer	Lab
  One-Day Access                                                         Cost:	$14	                      Instructor:	Staff
  11/YR*VOC*4015*504	             Mar	25	-	Mar	25
  IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         FRI.,9:00AM-4:00PM
  Advanced	Technology	Center	     Rm.:	242                               Buy & Sell on E-Bay
  Cost:	$42	                      Instructor:	S.	Reid                    11/YR*VOC*1070*516	             Mar	31	-	Mar	31
                                                                         Fairfield,	IA	                  THU.,7:00PM-9:00PM
                                                                         Jefferson	County	Service	Center	Rm.:	Computer	Lab
                                                                         Cost:	$14	                      Instructor:	Staff
  BASIC INTERNET                                                         Buy & Sell on E-Bay
  How	 do	 you	 find	 information	 on	 the	 Internet?	Are	 you	 often	   11/YR*VOC*1070*202	             Apr	07	-	Apr	07
                                                                         Chariton,	IA	                   THU.,7:00PM-9:00PM
  confused	on	how	to	narrow	searches,	find	a	website,	or	com-            Lucas	County	Service	Center	    Rm.:	Computer	Lab
  municate	 with	 friends?	 Come	 with	 questions	 that	 you	 have	      Cost:	$14	                      Instructor:	Staff
  always	had	about	the	Internet.		You	will	be	able	to	learn	new	
  ways,	 share	 with	 others	 what	 works	 for	 you	 and	 learn	 what	
  other	people	have	found	works	for	them.
                                                                         Buy & Sell on E-Bay
                                                                         11/YR*VOC*1070*519	             Apr	07	-	Apr	07
                                                                         Sigourney,	IA	                  THU.,7:00PM-9:00PM
  Basic Internet & Email                                                 Keokuk	County	Service	Center	   Rm.:	Computer	Lab
  11/YR*VOC*1021*503	             Mar	16	-	Mar	23                        Cost:	$14	                      Instructor:	W.	Shilling
  Keosauqua,	IA	                  WED.,6:00PM-9:00PM
  Van	Buren	Co.	Service	Center	   Rm.:	Computer	Lab                      Buy & Sell on E-Bay
  Cost:	$42	                      Instructor:	R.	Leer                    11/YR*VOC*1070*201	             Apr	14	-	Apr	14
                                                                         Corydon,	IA	                    THU.,7:00PM-9:00PM
                                                                         Wayne	County	Service	Center	    Rm.:	Computer	Lab

  EBAY
                                                                         Cost:	$14	                      Instructor:	W.	Shilling

                                                                         Buy & Sell on E-Bay
  Learn	tips	&	tricks	for	you	to	become	a	winner	(buying	or	sell-        11/YR*VOC*1070*518	             May	04	-	May	04
  ing)	on	eBay,	the	online	auction	that	everyone’s	talking	about.        Keosauqua,	IA	                  WED.,7:00PM-9:00PM
                                                                         Van	Buren	Co.	Service	Center	   Rm.:	Computer	Lab
                                                                         Cost:	$14	                      Instructor:	W.	Shilling
  Buy & Sell on E-Bay
  11/YR*VOC*1070*513	             Feb	01	-	Feb	01
  IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         TUES.,7:00PM-9:00PM
  Advanced	Technology	Center	
  Cost:	$14	
                                  Rm.:	187
                                  Instructor:	W.	Shilling                MS POWERPOINT
                                                                         The	course	is	designed	to	introduce	the	student	to	the	basics	
                                                                         of	PowerPoint.		The	student	will	learn	to	create	and	run	a	slide-
                                                                         show	presentation	containing	text	with	sub	points,	clip	art	im-
                                                                         ages	and	charts.

To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
  Spring 2011                                                                                                        Offerings         11


One-Day Powerpoint                                                         Lucas	County	Service	Center	    Rm.:	Computer	Lab
11/YR*VOC*1031*504	               May	13	-	May	13                          Cost:	$14	                      Instructor:	W.	Shilling
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	           FRI.,	9:00AM-4:00PM
Advanced	Technology	Center	       Rm.:	242                                 Facebook, Twitter & YouTube: A Guide to
Cost:	$42	                        Instructor:	S.	Reid
                                                                           Social networking
                                                                           11/YR*VOC*1071*512	             Mar	15	-	Mar	15
                                                                           Keosauqua,	IA	                  TUES.,7:00PM-9:00PM

DATA RECOVERY                                                              Van	Buren	Co.	Service	Center	
                                                                           Cost:	$14	
                                                                                                           Rm.:	Computer	Lab
                                                                                                           Instructor:	W.	Shilling

Are	you	ready	to	dive	under	the	hood	of	your	PC	to	find	out	               Facebook, Twitter & YouTube: A Guide to
why	 it	 isn’t	 working	 properly?	Are	 you	 having	 speed	 issues,	
spam	issues,	virus	issues	and	frustration	issues?		Do	you	want	            Social networking
to	 save	 money	 and	 time	 by	 fixing	 you	 own	 computer?	 	 This	       11/YR*VOC*1071*203	             Mar	17	-	Mar	17
                                                                           Albia,	IA	                      THU.,7:00PM-9:00PM
troubleshooting	 class	 will	 give	 you	 tips	 to	 find	 the	 problems	    Monroe	County	Service	Center	   Rm.:	Computer	Lab
and	skills	to	fix	those	problems.		Session	1:		Backing	up	data	            Cost:	$14	                      Instructor:	W.	Shilling
and	locating	drivers.	Session	2:	Reloading	and	how	it	works.	         	
Session	3:	Rebuilding	a	computer	and	applying	you	new	skills.
                                                                           Facebook, Twitter & YouTube:A Guide to
Data Recovery                                                              Social networking
                                                                           11/YR*VOC*1071*509	             Mar	28	-	Mar	28
11/YR*VOC*1539*501	               Feb	03	-	Feb	17
                                                                           IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         MON.,7:00PM-9:00PM
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	           THU.,6:00PM-8:40PM
                                                                           Advanced	Technology	Center	     Rm.:	187
Advanced	Technology	Center	       Rm.:	242
                                                                           Cost:	$14	                      Instructor:	W.	Shilling
Cost:	$56	                        Instructor:	B.	Thompson

                                                                           Facebook, Twitter &youTube: A Guide to
                                                                           Social networking
SOCIAL NETWORKING                                                          11/YR*VOC*1071*511	
                                                                           Oskaloosa,	IA	
                                                                                                           Apr	18	-	Apr	18
                                                                                                           MON.,7:00PM-9:00PM
What	 is	 it?	 How	 do	 I	 get	 started?	 What	 do	 I	 do	 once	 I	 get	   IHCC/Penn		Service	Center	      Rm.:	Computer	Lab
started?	How	do	I	use	it?	Get	the	answers	to	these	questions	              Cost:	$14	                      Instructor:	W.	Shilling
and	others	 during	this	class.	 	Learn	 the	 benefits	 of	the	most	
recent	social	networking	tools.                                            Facebook, Twitter & YouTube: A Guide to
                                                                           Social networking
Facebook,Twitter&YouTube: A Guide to                                       11/YR*VOC*1071*513	             May	10	-	May	10
                                                                           Sigourney,	IA	                  TUES.,7:00PM-9:00PM
Social networking                                                          Keokuk	County	Service	Center	   Rm.:	Computer	Lab
11/YR*VOC*1071*508	               Feb	10	-	Feb	10                          Cost:	$14	                      Instructor:	W.	Shilling
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	           THU.,7:00PM-9:00PM
Advanced	Technology	Center	       Rm.:	242
Cost:	$14	                        Instructor:	W.	Shilling

Facebook, Twitter & YouTube: A Guide to
                                                                           HUMAN RESOURCES
Social networking                                                          SHRM,	 the	 leading	 global	 HR	 professional	 organization,	 has	
11/YR*VOC*1071*201	               Mar	03	-	Mar	03                          developed	the	SHRM	Essentials	of	HR	Management	course,	
Corydon,	IA	                      THU.,7:00PM-9:00PM                       which	 provides	 an	 introductory	 overview	 of	 the	 human	 re-
Wayne	County	Service	Center	      Rm.:	Computer	Lab                        source	function.		Whether	you	are	new	to	HR	or	HR	is	one	of	
Cost:	$14	                        Instructor:	W.	Shilling
                                                                           many	roles	you	fulfill	at	your	company,	this	program,	offered	in	
                                                                           partnership	 with	 SHRM	 through	 Indian	 Hills	 Community	 Col-
Facebook, Twitter & YouTube:A Guide to                                     lege,	covers	the	key	HR	topics	you	need	to	know.
Social networking
11/YR*VOC*1071*510	             Mar	10	-	Mar	10                            Essentials of HR Management
Fairfield,	IA	                  THU.,7:00PM-9:00PM                         11/YR*BUS*1005*503	             Apr	05	-	May	10
Jefferson	County	Service	Center	Rm.:	Computer	Lab                          IHCC	Centerville	Campus	        TUES.,6:30PM-9:30PM
Cost:	$14	                      Instructor:	W.	Shilling                    High	School	                    Rm.:	ICN	Room
                                                                           Cost:	$399	                     Instructor:	ICN
Facebook, Twitter & YouTube: A Guide to
Social networking
11/YR*VOC*1071*202	               Mar	10	-	Mar	10
Chariton,	IA	                     THU.,7:00PM-9:00PM



                                                                                                                                 To Register:
                                                                                               Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
   12        Offerings                                                                                               Spring 2011



Essentials of HR Management                                      Supervisors	 and	 human	 resource	 professionals	 who	 believe	
11/YR*BUS*1005*502	              Apr	05	-	May	10                 that	 there	 has	 been	 an	 overall	 decline	 in	 today’s	 work	 ethic	
Fairfield,	IA	                   TUES.,6:30PM-9:30PM             as	 compared	 to	 10	 –	 20	 years	 ago	 should	 attend	 this	 ses-
High	School	                     Rm.:	ICN	Room                   sion.	 Participants	 will	 learn	 techniques	 to	 develop	 a	 produc-
Cost:	$399	                      Instructor:	ICN                 tive	 team	 who	 will	 produce	 positive	 results	 as	 well	 as	 learn	
                                                                 how	 to	 coach	 the	 person	 whose	 work	 ethic	 is	 sub-standard.	   	
Essentials of HR Management                                      The	content	includes	common	sense	topics	to	teach	your	em-
11/YR*BUS*1005*501	              Apr	05	-	May	10                 ployees	 in	 your	 own	 “Employee	 101”	 course	 such	 as:	 Being	
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          TUES.,6:30PM-9:30PM             on	time,	leaving	personal	issues	at	home,	understanding	the	
Video	Conferencing	&	Training	   Rm.:	ICN6                       difference	 between	 “entitlement”	 to	 a	 paycheck	 and	 actually	
Cost:	$399	                      Instructor:	ICN
                                                                 finding	intrinsic	value	in	working	for	one,	basic	organizational	
                                                                 and	time	management	skills,	being	a	team	player,	understand-
                                                                 ing	and	delivering	on	the	performance	expectations	of	the	job,	
SERV-SAFE                                                        and	communicating	and	behaving	in	a	professional	manner.

Mandatory	5	yr.	certification	for	employees	of	establishments	   Improving Employee Work Ethic
serving	hoot	foods.	Cost	of	course	includes	book	&	test	fees.    11/YR*BUS*2110*203	               Feb	11	-	Feb	11
                                                                 Eddyville,	IA	                    FRI.,8:00AM-12:00PM
                                                                 Bio	Processing	Training	Center	   Rm.:	C2
Serv-Safe                                                        Cost:	$99	                        Instructor:	V.	Oden
11/YR*VOC*3077*204	              Feb	04	-	Feb	04
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          FRI.,8:00AM-5:00PM              Improving Employee Work Ethic
Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	         Rm.:	154                        11/YR*BUS*2110*204	             Feb	17	-	Feb	17
Cost:	$125	                      Instructor:	B.	Whitmore         IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         THU.,1:00PM-5:00PM
                                                                 Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	104
Serv-Safe                                                        Cost:	$99	                      Instructor:	V.	Oden
11/YR*VOC*3077*205	              Mar	04	-	Mar	04
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          FRI.,8:00AM-5:00PM
Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	         Rm.:	154
Cost:	$125	                      Instructor:	B.	Whitmore
                                                                 Change	 is	 inevitable!	 Learn	 how	 to	 accept	 and	 embrace	
Serv-Safe                                                        change	 in	 the	 workplace	 and	 communicate	 the	 transition	 to	
11/YR*VOC*3077*206	              Apr	01	-	Apr	01                 your	 staff	 in	 a	 more	 positive	 manner.	 Become	 wise	 on	 how	
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          FRI.,8:00AM-5:00PM              to	 safely	 navigate	 your	 team	 through	 transitional	 times	 while	
Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	         Rm.:	154                        achieving	 group	 goals	 and	 company	 expectations.	 Manage	
Cost:	$125	                      Instructor:	B.	Whitmore         your	own	emotional	status	and	lead	by	example.	This	session	
                                                                 will	help	you	avoid	the	pitfalls	of	poor	communication/rapport	
Serv-Safe                                                        and	lack	of	follow-up.
11/YR*VOC*3077*207	              May	06	-	May	06
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          FRI.,8:00AM-5:00PM
Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	         Rm.:	154
                                                                 “We’ve never Done It That Way Before!”-
Cost:	$125	                      Instructor:	B.	Whitmore         The Challenges of Coping with Change
                                                                 11/YR*BUS*1073*201	               Mar	11	-	Mar	11
                                                                 Eddyville,	IA	                    FRI.,8:00AM-12:00PM
                                                                 Bio	Processing	Training	Center	   Rm.:	C2
RELI                                                             Cost:	$99	                        Instructor:	V.	Oden


One Day Business Start Up                                        “We’ve never Done It That Way Before!”-
11/YR*BUS*1257*202	             Feb	03	-	Feb	03
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         THU.,9:00AM-4:00PM               The Challenges of Coping with Change
Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	104                         11/YR*BUS*1073*202	             Mar	17	-	Mar	17
Cost:	$45	                      Instructor:	B.	Ziegler           IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         THU.,1:00PM-5:00PM
                                                                 Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	104
                                                                 Cost:	$99	                      Instructor:	V.	Oden
One Day Business Start Up
11/YR*BUS*1257*205	             Mar	17	-	Mar	17
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         THU.,9:00AM-3:30PM
Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	104
Cost:	$45	                      Instructor:	B.	Ziegler




To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
  Spring 2011                                                                                                          Offerings            13


Learn	management	and	coaching	methods	to	develop	skills	to	                 Randy	 Dean,	 the	 “Totally	 Obsessed”	 time	 management/e-
place	the	responsibility	for	resolving	employee	performance	or	             mail	guy,	is	a	professional	speaker	and	sought-after	expert	on	
behavioral	issues	directly	on	the	employee.	Assess	and	coach	               time	&	e-mail	management,	effective	organization,	and	the	re-
employee	 performance	 and	 work	 habits.	 Learn	 the	 value	 of	           lated	use	of	technology.			His	highly	informative	and	entertain-
giving	and	receiving	feedback	and	discover	how	to	support	the	              ing	speaking	and	training	programs	leave	audience	members	
employees	in	this	environment.                                              with	 applicable	 tools,	 strategies,	 and	 skills	 on	 how	 to	 better	
                                                                            manage	their	time,	technology,	and	information	overload	im-
“Don’t Get Mad,Don’t Get Even, Get                                          mediately	 following	 their	 program	 experience.	 See	 insert	 in	
                                                                            this	tabloid	for	more	details.
What You Want!”-The Secrets of Conflict
Management                                                                  Finding an Hour Everyday: Strategies for
11/YR*VOC*4001*201	               Apr	08	-	Apr	08
Eddyville,	IA	                    FRI.,8:00AM-12:00PM                       Taming Your Email Beast
Bio	Processing	Training	Center	   Rm.:	C2                                   11/YR*BUS*2008*203	               Apr	21	-	Apr	21
Cost:	$99	                        Instructor:	V.	Oden                       IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	           THU.,8:30AM-12:00PM
                                                                            Rural	Health	Education	Center	    Rm.:	108
                                                                            Cost:	$49	                        Instructor:	Randy	Dean
“Don’t Get Mad,Don’t Get Even, Get
What You Want!”-The Secrets of Conflict
Management
11/YR*VOC*4001*202	             Apr	21-Apr	21                               QUICKBOOKS
IHCCOttumwa	Campuspus	          THU.,1:00PM-5:00PM
Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	                                       Do	 you	 need	 a	 quick	 start	to	using	 QuickBooks?	This	 class	
Cost:	$99	                      Instructor:	V.	Oden                         will	 include	 hands-on	 experience	 with	 QuickBooks.	 You	 will	
                                                                            learn	how	to:	Set	up	a	business;	Pay	and	enter	expenses,	de-
                                                                            posits	and	invoices;	Complete	the	payroll	set-up;	Understand	
                                                                            the	reports	of	income	and	balance	sheet;	Handle	exemptions	
                                                                            of	 inventory,	 depreciation	 and	 loan	 payments;	 Make	 correc-
Participants	 will	 learn	 in	 this	 session	 strategies	 to	 blend	 the	   tions	when	things	are	wrong;	and	Prepare	for	income	tax	time.	
four	different	generations	currently	in	the	workplace	into	a	pos-           Several	handouts	will	be	provided.	We	can	make	QuickBooks	
itive	and	productive	team.	The	content	is	not	just	a	stereotype	            fun!!!
of	 each	 generation	 but	 a	 resource	 on	 how	 each	 generation	
has	its	own	signature	when	it	comes	to	personal	and	lifestyle	
characteristics,	historical	timelines,	and	workplace	character-             Business Quickbooks
istics.	 With	 that	 baseline	 of	 knowledge,	 participants	 will	 gain	    11/YR*BUS*1407*208	               Feb	10	-	Feb	10
                                                                            Oskaloosa,	IA	                    THU.,9:00AM-3:00PM
an	 insight	 into	 each	 generation’s	 tendencies	 when	 it	 comes	         IHCC/Penn		Service	Center	        Rm.:	Computer	Lab
to	values,	attitudes,	behaviors,	expectations,	habits,	and	moti-            Cost:	$65	                        Instructor:	B.	Ziegler
vational	buttons.	When	these	issues	are	not	understood,	gen-
erational	differences	can	negatively	affect:	recruitment	and	re-
tention,	team	building,	implementation	of	change,	motivation,	
                                                                            Business Quickbooks
                                                                            11/YR*BUS*1407*215	               Mar	03	-	Mar	03
communication,	 productivity	 and	 work	 ethic.	 Participants	 will	        IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	           THU.,9:00AM-3:30PM
not	 only	 walk	 away	 with	 practical	 strategies	 of	 how	 to	 over-      Advanced	Technology	Center	       Rm.:	187
come	generational	barriers	in	the	workplace	but	they	will	also	             Cost:	$65	                        Instructor:	B.	Ziegler
find	value	in	the	diversity	of	the	four	generations.
                                                                            Agriculture Quickbooks
Bridging the Generation Gap in the                                          11/YR*BUS*1407*216	               Mar	10	-	Mar	10
                                                                            IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	           THU.,9:00AM-3:30PM
Workplace                                                                   Advanced	Technology	Center	       Rm.:	187
11/YR*BUS*2097*203	               May	06	-	May	06                           Cost:	$65	                        Instructor:	B.	Ziegler
Eddyville,	IA	                    FRI.,8:00AM-12:00PM
Bio	Processing	Training	Center	   Rm.:	C2
Cost:	$99	                        Instructor:	V.	Oden
                                                                                     AVOID DISAPPOInTMEnT!
Bridging the Generation Gap in the                                            Each	term	we	have	to	cancel	some	cours-
Workplace                                                                     es	because	of	low	enrollment,	only	to	find	
11/YR*BUS*2097*204	             May	12	-	May	12                               out	 the	 day	 of	 the	 first	 class	 that	 several	
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         THU.,1:00PM-5:00PM                            of	 you	 intended	 to	 enroll.	 Please	 help	 us	
Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	104                                      by	 registering	 at	 least	 10	 days	 before	 the	
Cost:	$99	                      Instructor:	V.	Oden
                                                                              course	start	date	so	we	won’t	have	to	dis-
                                                                              appoint	you.



                                                                                                                                       To Register:
                                                                                                     Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
    14       Offerings                                                                                                          Spring 2011



                                                                         cation	in	code	update,	OSHA	Safety	and	in	the	area	of	disci-
Business Quickbooks                                                      pline	that	applies	to	the	license.	This	Uniform	Plumbing	Code	
11/YR*BUS*1407*217	             Mar	24	-	Mar	24                          Update	 class	 will	 enable	 you	 to	 fulfill	 6	 hours	 of	 this	 8-hour	
Fairfield,	IA	                  THU.,9:00AM-3:30PM                       single	trade	license	requirement	(Code	Update	&	Discipline).	
Jefferson	County	Service	Center	Rm.:	Computer	Lab                        This	class	has	been	state-approved	and	meets	the	continuing	
Cost:	$65	                      Instructor:	B.	Ziegler                   education	criteria.	A	2009	UPC	Code	Book	is	required.

Business Quickbooks                                                      Uniform Plumbing Code Update
11/YR*BUS*1407*218	               Mar	31	-	Mar	31                        11/YR*REL*3950*203	                Feb	19	-	Feb	19
Oskaloosa,	IA	                    THU.,9:00AM-3:30PM                     IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	            SAT.,9:00AM-3:00PM
IHCC/Penn		Service	Center	        Rm.:	Computer	Lab                      Advanced	Technology	Center	        Rm.:	132
Cost:	$65	                        Instructor:	B.	Ziegler                 Cost:	$89	                         Instructor:	J.	Williams

                                                                         Uniform Plumbing Code Update
PLUMBER/MECHANICAL                                                       11/YR*REL*3950*204	
                                                                         IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	
                                                                                                            Apr	12	-	Apr	12
                                                                                                            TUES.,3:00PM-9:30PM

RELICENSURE                                                              Advanced	Technology	Center	
                                                                         Cost:	$89	
                                                                                                            Rm.:	132
                                                                                                            Instructor:	J.	Williams

This	 8-hour	 course	 will	 cover	 ‘Electrical	 Fundamentals’,	 ‘Ba-
sic	Electricity’	and	‘Basic	Electrical	Circuits’	and	is	approved	to	
meet	the	electrical	licensing	requirement	as	well	as	the	plumb-
ing/mechanical	 CEU	 requirements.	 The	 cost	 of	 the	 course	          This	course	deals	with	the	current	status	and	changes	in	the	
includes	 the	 training	 book	 and	 lunch.	 Please	 call	 Steve	 Pins	   Iowa	license,	refrigerant	phase-out	levels	and	the	Energy	Star	
at	Johnstone	Supply	to	register	(1-515-253-0000or	by	email,	             standards.	Please	call	Steve	Pins	at	Johnstone	Supply	to	reg-
steve.pins@johnstonesupply.com).	 The	 last	 day	 to	 register	          ister	(1-515-253-0000	or	by	email,	steve.pins@johnstonesup-
or	cancel	for	this	course	is	January	28,	2011.		No-Shows	will	           ply.com		).	The	last	day	to	register	or	cancel	for	this	course	is	
be	charged	the	course	fee	if	Johnstone	Supply	is	not	notified.	          February	25,	2011.		No-Shows	will	be	charged		the	course	fee	
Cost:	$245                                                               if	Johnstone	Supply	is	not	notified.	Cost:	$45.

Basic Electrical Theory                                                  Our Changing Industry
11/YR*REL*2959*202	             Feb	02	-	Feb	02                          11/YR*REL*3971*201	                Mar	02	-	Mar	02
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         WED.,8:30AM-5:30PM                       IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	            WED.,4:00PM-6:00PM
Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100                                 Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	           Rm.:	152
Cost:	Payable	Johnstone	Supply	 Instructor:	Johnstone	Supply             Cost:	Payable	Johnstone	Supply	    Instructor:	Johnstone	Supply




This	course	is	a	breakdown	of	the	refrigerant	R410a.	It	deals	           This	course	will	cover	blended	refrigerants	and	all	of	the	spe-
with	 charging,	 recovery,	 differences	 between	 it	 and	 previous	     cial	 techniques	 needed	 to	 handle	 and	 charge	 systems	 using	
refrigerants	 and	 common	 misconceptions.	 Please	 call	 Steve	         them.	 It	 will	 also	 explain	 the	 necessity	 of	 understanding	 the	
Pins	 at	 Johnstone	 Supply	 to	 register	 (1-515-253-0000	 or	 by	      Pressure	and	Temperature	charts	used	in	the	industry	to	iden-
email,	steve.pins@johnstonesupply.com).	The	last	day	to	reg-             tify	 the	 type	 of	 refrigerant	 you	 have.	 Please	 call	 Steve	 Pins	
ister	or	cancel	for	this	course	is	February	11,	2011.		No-Shows	         at	Johnstone	Supply	to	register	(1-515-253-0000	or	by	email,	
will	be	charged	the	course	fee	if	Johnstone	Supply	is	not	noti-          steve.pins@johnstonesupply.com).	The	last	day	to	register	or	
fied.	Cost:	$45.                                                         cancel	 for	 this	 course	 is	 March	 18,	 2011.	 	 No-Shows	 will	 be	
                                                                         charged	 	 the	 course	 fee	 if	 Johnstone	 Supply	 is	 not	 notified.	
Simple R410A                                                             Cost:	$45.
11/YR*REL*3973*201	               Feb	16	-	Feb	16
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	           WED.,4:00PM-6:00PM                     Blended Refrigerants & P/T Magic
Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	          Rm.:	152                               11/YR*REL*3972*201	                Mar	23	-	Mar	23
Cost:	Payable	Johnstone	Supply	   Instructor:	Johnstone	Supply           IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	            WED.,4:00PM-6:00PM
                                                                         Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	           Rm.:	152
                                                                         Cost:	Payable	Johnstone	Supply	    Instructor:	Johnstone	Supply


Each	 two-year	 licensure	 period,	 a	 master	 or	 journeyman	 li-
censee	holding	a	single	trade	license	is	required	to	complete	
a	minimum	of	eight	hours	of	board	approved	continuing	edu-


To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
  Spring 2011                                                                                                     Offerings            15


Receive	2	hrs.	of	HVAC	discipline	and	1	½	hrs.	of	Refrigera-
tion	discipline	to	meet	your	licensing	CEU	requirements.	The	           ELECTRICIAN
course	will	cover	the	use	of	a	slide	chart,	how	to	charge	with	
superheat	and	subcooling	and	the	natural	process	of	the	re-             RELICENSURE
frigeration	cycle.	Please	call	Steve	Pins	at	Johnstone	Supply	
to	 register	 (1-515-253-0000	 or	 by	 email,	 steve.pins@john-         This	 8-hour	 course	 will	 cover	 ‘Electrical	 Fundamentals’,	 ‘Ba-
stonesupply.com		).	The	last	day	to	register	or	cancel	for	this	        sic	Electricity’	and	‘Basic	Electrical	Circuits’	and	is	approved	to	
course	is	April	8,	2011.		No-Shows	will	be	charged	the	course	          meet	the	electrical	licensing	requirement	as	well	as	the	plumb-
fee	if	Johnstone	Supply	is	not	notified.	Cost:	$55                      ing/mechanical	 CEU	 requirements.	 The	 cost	 of	 the	 course	
                                                                        includes	 the	 training	 book	 and	 lunch.	 Please	 call	 Steve	 Pins	
                                                                        at	Johnstone	Supply	to	register	(1-515-253-0000or	by	email,	
Super Heat & Subcooling                                                 steve.pins@johnstonesupply.com	 	 ).	 The	 last	 day	 to	 register	
11/YR*REL*3970*202	             Apr	13	-	Apr	13
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         WED.,4:00PM-7:30PM                      or	cancel	for	this	course	is	January	28,	2011.		No-Shows	will	
Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100                                be	charged	the	course	fee	if	Johnstone	Supply	is	not	notified.	
Cost:	Payable	Johnstone	Supply	 Instructor:	Johnstone	Supply            Cost:	$245

                                                                        Basic Electrical Theory
                                                                        11/YR*REL*2959*202	             Feb	02	-	Feb	02
                                                                        IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         WED.,8:30AM-5:30PM
This	class	meets	the	needs	for	two	Mechanical	Code	CEU’s	               Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100
required	by	the	State	of	Iowa	for	licensing	renewal.	The	cost	of	       Cost:	Payable	Johnstone	Supply	 Instructor:	Johnstone	Supply
the	class	includes	dinner	and	will	be	taught	by	Senior	Mechan-
ical	Inspector,	Rick	Behanish.	Please	call	Steve	Pins	at	John-
stone	Supply	to	register	(1-515-253-0000	or	by	email,	steve.
pins@johnstonesupply.com		).	The	last	day	to	register	or	can-
cel	for	this	course	is	April	8,	2011.		No-Shows	will	be	charged	        Take	this	opportunity	to	learn	the	requirements	needed	to	meet	
the	course	fee	if	Johnstone	Supply	is	not	notified.	Cost:	$50.          the	 NEC	 Code	 specifications	 for	 Box	 and	 Conduit	 Fill.	 	 This	
                                                                        course	 will	 cover	 box	 dimensions/volume,	 maximum	 number	
                                                                        of	conductors	per	box,	reduction	of	conductors,	counting	con-
Mechanical Code Update                                                  ductors,	volume	per	conductor,	and	the	Code	Tables	that	per-
11/YR*REL*3960*203	             Apr	14	-	Apr	14
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         THU.,4:00PM-6:00PM                      tain	to	this	topic.
Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100
Cost:	Payable	Johnstone	Supply	 Instructor:	Johnstone	Supply            Box & Conduit Sizing
                                                                        11/YR*REL*2957*203	              Feb	16	-	Feb	16
                                                                        IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          WED.,6:00PM-10:00PM
                                                                        Advanced	Technology	Center	      Rm.:	134
                                                                        Cost:	$59	                       Instructor:	H.	Ogden
This	course	covers	the	most	basic	troubleshooting	procedures	
used	in	electrical	diagnosis	of	an	HVACR	system	as	seen	and	
taught	through	the	eyes	of	an	electrician.	This	will	cover	elec-
trical	circuitry,	motors	and	coils/relays.	Please	call	Steve	Pins	
at	Johnstone	Supply	to	register	(1-515-253-0000	or	by	email,	           This	class	will	meet	the	State	requirements	for	the	Residential	
steve.pins@johnstonesupply.com	 	 ).	 The	 last	 day	 to	 register	     Electrician	 license.	 Topics	 covered	 will	 be	 Service	 Entrance	
or	cancel	for	this	course	is	April	29,	2011.		No-Shows	will	be	         Conductor	Size,	Ground	Fault,	Required	Receptacles,	NM	Ca-
charged	 the	 course	 fee	 if	 Johnstone	 Supply	 is	 not	 notified.	   ble	 Installation,	 Detached	 Building	 Feeder	 Panels	 and	 more.	
Cost:	$245.                                                             A	2011	NEC	Book	is	required	for	the	course	as	well	as	a	cal-
                                                                        culator.
Troubleshooting & Servicing HVACR Elec-
trical Systems                                                          Residential Wiring
                                                                        11/YR*REL*2960*201	              Mar	08	-	Mar	08
11/YR*REL*3974*201	               May	03	-	May	03                       IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          TUES.,8:00AM-2:30PM
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	           TUES.,8:30AM-5:30PM                   Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	         Rm.:	154
Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	          Rm.:	152                              Cost:	$79	                       Instructor:	H.	Ogden
Cost:	Payable	Johnstone	Supply	   Instructor:	Johnstone	Supply

                                                                        Residential Wiring
                                                                        11/YR*REL*2960*202	              Mar	10	-	Mar	10
                                                                        IHCC	Centerville	Campus	         THU.,9:00AM-3:30PM
                                                                        Centerville	Training	Facility	   Rm.:	15
                                                                        Cost:	$79	                       Instructor:	H.	Ogden




                                                                                                                                 To Register:
                                                                                                   Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
    16        Offerings                                                                                                     Spring 2011



Residential Wiring
11/YR*REL*2960*203	              Apr	05	-	Apr	12
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          TUES.,6:00PM-9:00PM                     In	order	to	successfully	prepare	for	the	testing	process	needed	
Advanced	Technology	Center	      Rm.:	134                                to	acquire	a	license,	this	course	will	help	you	navigate	through	
Cost:	$79	                       Instructor:	H.	Ogden                    the	NEC	Code	Book.	You	will	focus	on	practice	test	questions,	
                                                                         calculation	 practice,	 code	 knowledge,	 shortcuts	 and	 tips	 on	
                                                                         how	to	find	the	correct	responses	for	a	positive	test	outcome.	
                                                                         The	current	NEC	book	will	be	required	as	well	as	a	calculator.
Fulfill	 your	 license	 renewal	 requirements	 of	 6	 hours	 of	 Code	
Update	continuing	education.	Learn	about	the	variety	of	Code	            Electrician Test Prep
                                                                         11/YR*REL*2949*203	             Mar	31	-	May	05
changes	 between	 the	 2008	 and	 2011	 versions	 of	 the	 NEC	
                                                                         IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         THU.,6:00PM-10:00PM
Code	Books.	The	course	will	go	over	the	Code	changes,	clarify	           Advanced	Technology	Center	     Rm.:	134
tables	and	articles	and	give	a	general	review	of	what	is	needed	         Cost:	$259	                     Instructor:	H.	Ogden
to	be	in	compliance	with	the	state	licensing	standards.	A	2011	
NEC	Book	is	required.

n.E.C Code Update                                                        OSHA SAFETY
                                                                         TRAINING
11/YR*REL*2955*206	              Mar	17	-	Mar	17
IHCC	Centerville	Campus	         THU.,9:00AM-3:30PM
Centerville	Training	Facility	   Rm.:	15
Cost:	$79	                       Instructor:	H.	Ogden                    Each	two-year	licensure	period,	a	master	or	journeyman’s	li-
                                                                         censee	holding	a	multiple	trade	license	is	required	to	complete	
n.E.C Code Update                                                        a	minimum	of	4	hours	of	board	approved	continuing	education	
11/YR*REL*2955*204	              Mar	24	-	Mar	24                         in	OSHA	Safety	Training.	This	class	will	enable	you	to	fulfill	this	
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          THU.,8:00AM-2:30PM                      4-hour	multiple	trade	license	requirement	and	meet	this	state	
Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	         Rm.:	152                                mandate.	Course	content	will	cover	employer/employee	train-
Cost:	$79	                       Instructor:	H.	Ogden
                                                                         ing,	injury	reporting,	compliance	initiatives,	etc.

n.E.C Code Update                                                        OSHA Safety Training - Multiple Discipline
11/YR*REL*2955*205	              Apr	13	-	Apr	20
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          WED.,6:00PM-9:00PM                      11/YR*REL*3955*207	             Feb	10	-	Feb	10
Advanced	Technology	Center	      Rm.:	134                                IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         THU.,8:00AM-12:00PM
Cost:	$79	                       Instructor:	H.	Ogden                    Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100
                                                                         Cost:	$69	                      Instructor:	K.	Strosahl

                                                                         OSHA Safety Training - Multiple Discipline
                                                                         11/YR*REL*3955*209	             Apr	05	-	Apr	05
This	course	will	cover	NEC	Code	Section	250	that	deals	with	             IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         TUES.,8:00AM-12:00PM
                                                                         Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100
grounding/bonding	metal	water	piping,	aluminum,	copper,	etc.	            Cost:	$69	                      Instructor:	K.	Strosahl
conductors	and	the	proper	installation	and	requirements	need-
ed	to	meet	code	regulations.		The	2011	NEC	Code	Book	and	
calculator	are	required	for	this	class.

Grounding & Bonding                                                      Each	two-year	licensure	period,	a	master	or	journeyman’s	li-
11/YR*REL*2956*205	              Mar	30	-	Mar	30                         censee	holding	a	single	trade	license	is	required	to	complete	a	
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          WED.,6:00PM-9:00PM                      minimum	of	2	hours	of	board	approved	continuing	education	in	
Advanced	Technology	Center	      Rm.:	134                                OSHA	Safety	Training.	This	class	will	enable	you	to	fulfill	this	
Cost:	$49	                       Instructor:	H.	Ogden
                                                                         2-hour	single	trade	license	requirement.	This	class	has	been	
                                                                         state	 approved	 and	 meets	 the	 continuing	 education	 criteria.	
                                                                         The	 course	 will	 cover	 employer/employee	 training,	 injury	 re-
        Can’t find what you’re looking for?                              porting,	compliance	initiatives,	etc.


                          Check out                                      OSHA Safety Training - Single Discipline
                                                                         11/YR*REL*3955*208	
                                                                         IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	
                                                                                                         Feb	10	-	Feb	10
                                                                                                         THU.,1:00PM-3:00PM
                www.ed2go.com/ihcc/                                      Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100
                                                                         Cost:	$49	                      Instructor:	K.	Strosahl
          for a listing of online course offerings.

To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
  Spring 2011                                                                                                                 Offerings            17


OSHA Safety Training - Single Discipline                                        tors	 for	 certification,	 or	 to	 maintain	 certification.	 	There	 is	 an	
11/YR*REL*3955*210	             Apr	05	-	Apr	05                                 exam	that	requires	a	score	of	80%	or	better,	once	completed	
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         TUES.,1:00PM-3:00PM                             participants	will	be	eligible	to	apply	or	reapply	for	certification	
Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100                                        with	the	Iowa	Department	of	Public	Health.
Cost:	$49	                      Instructor:	K.	Strosahl

                                                                                Lead Safe Renovator Renewal
                                                                                11/YR*VOC*1087*503	                 Feb	16	-	Feb	16
LEAD SAFE                                                                       IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	
                                                                                Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	
                                                                                                                    WED.,8:00AM-12:00PM
                                                                                                                    Rm.:	154

RENOVATOR
                                                                                Cost:	$159	                         Instructor:	G.	Groom

                                                                                Lead Safe Renovator Renewal
This	 8-hour	 course	 is	 for	 persons	 who	 have	 not	 previously	             11/YR*VOC*1087*504	                 Apr	13	-	Apr	13
been	trainined	in	“Lead	Safe	Work	Practices.”		It	concentrates	                 IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	             WED.,8:00AM-12:00PM
on	 specific	 work	 practices	 that	 are	 lead-safe	 and	 describes	            Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	            Rm.:	154
prohibited	 work	 practices	 when	 performing	 renovations.	 	 It	              Cost:	$159	                         Instructor:	G.	Groom
demonstrates	lead	safe	work	practices	including	set	up,	clean	
up	using	hands	on	activities	and	it	illustrates	proper	on-the-job	

                                                                                BIODIESEL WORKSHOP
training	for	non-certified	workers.		It	also	provides	information	
on	Federal	and	State	specific	regulations	that	must	be	followed	
as	a	certified	renovator.		It	provides	examples	of	how	to	main-
tain	and	document	required	reports.		It	is	a	course	to	prepare	                 BioDiesel for Mechanics
renovators	for	certification.		There	is	an	exam	that	requires	a	                11/YR*VOC*1085*502	                 Feb	23	-	Feb	23
score	 of	 80%	 or	 better,	 once	 completed	 participants	 will	 be	           IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	             WED.,6:00PM-9:00PM
eligible	 to	 apply	 for	 certification	 with	 the	 Iowa	 Department	 of	       Advanced	Technology	Center	         Rm.:	122
Public	Health.		Note:	This	is	NOT	a	course	on	lead	abatement.                   Cost:	$0	                           Instructor:	A.	Ready


Lead Safe Renovator Training
11/YR*VOC*1086*504	
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	
                                    Feb	15	-	Feb	15
                                    TUES.,8:00AM-5:00PM                         COSMETOLOGY
Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	
Cost:	$199	
                                    Rm.:	154
                                    Instructor:	G.	Groom                        RELICENSURE
Lead Safe Renovator Training                                                    This	seminar	will	include	the	New	Iowa	Design	Team	Look	that	
11/YR*VOC*1086*505	                 Apr	12	-	Apr	12                             will	 be	 premiered	 in	 January	 2011.	 	 The	 session	 will	 feature	
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	             TUES.,8:00AM-5:00PM                         hair	cutting	and	hair	shaping	using	the	new	“Synthesis	Design	
Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	            Rm.:	154                                    Principles	 and	 Elements”,	 new	 elements	 of	 hair	 coloring,	 ef-
Cost:	$199	                         Instructor:	G.	Groom                        fective	skin	care	techniques	and	Iowa	Law	&	Sanitation.		This	
                                                                                class	is	approved	for	eight	hours	of	continuing	education	and	
                                                                                fullfills	two	hours	of	Iowa	Law	&	Sanitation.


This	4-hour	course	is	for	persons	who	have	been	previously	
                                                                                Synthesis Hair
                                                                                11/YR*REL*3000*505	             Feb	20	-	Feb	20
trained	 in	 “Lead	 Safe	 Work	 Practices”.	 	 It	 substitutes	 for	 the	       IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         SUN.,8:00AM-5:00PM
8-hour	 course	 if	 a	 renovator	 has	 previously	 taken	 the	 IDPH	            Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100
lead	 safe	 work	 practices	 class	 and	 has	 a	 training	 certificate	         Cost:	$90	                      Instructor:	D.	Malcolm	&	C.	Roberts
to	 verify	 it.	 	 It	 is	 also	 used	 as	 a	 three	 year	 refresher	 course	
for	certified	renovators	to	maintain	their	active	certification	sta-
tus.		It	reviews	specific	work	practices	that	are	lead-safe	and	
describes	prohibited	work	practices	when	performing	renova-
tions.		It	also	provides	renovators	a	review	on	proper	set-up,	                 This	class	will	teach	you	easy	yet	classy	looks	for	prom	2011!	 	
clean	 up	 and	 on-the-job	 training	 for	 non-certified	 workers	 in-          You	 can	 apply	 these	 techniques	 to	 your	 weddings,	 formals	
cluding	2	hours	of	hands	on	exercises.		It	highlights	Federal	                  and	main	events!		You	will	observe	numerous	updos	and	tech-
and	State	specific	regulations	that	must	be	followed	as	a	certi-                niques	to	keep	you	interested	and	enthused,	ready	to	take	on	
fied	renovator,	and	provides	examples	of	how	to	maintain	and	                   your	updo	fears!	Includes	1	hour	of	Law	and	Sanitation.
document	required	reports.		It	is	a	course	to	prepare	renova-
                                                                                Updo Prom”enade”
                                                                                11/YR*REL*3000*506	             Mar	07	-	Mar	07
       www.indianhills.edu                                                      IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         MON.,8:00AM-12:00PM
                                                                                Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100
                                                                                Cost:	$45	                      Instructor:	S.	Besch


                                                                                                                                         To Register:
                                                                                                      Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
   18         Offerings                                                                                                     Spring 2011



We	will	teach	you	the	newest	techniques	in	color	and	cuts	on	            Paralegal Jurisprudence
makeover	models	directly	from	the	audience.		You	will	see	               11/YR*BUS*1016*504	              Apr	07	-	May	17
how	new	techniqes	can	apply	to	even	the	most	common	per-                 Online
son!		We	all	love	to	see	the	before	and	after,	don’t	miss	out	           Cost:	$195
and	you	may	be	eligible	for	the	make	over!	Includes	1	hour	of	
Law	&	Sanitation.

Transformations With new Trends                                          This	course	will	coach	you	in	litigation	and	trial	support	by	en-
11/YR*REL*3000*507	             Mar	07	-	Mar	07
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         MON.,1:00PM-5:00PM                       try	level	practicing	paralegals	in	daily	procedural	work.		All	stu-
Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100                                 dents	will	be	required	to	visit	a	local	court	system	and		inves-
Cost:	$45	                      Instructor:	S.	Besch                     tigate	the	procedures	of	pre-trial,	trial,	post-trial,	and	appeals.		
                                                                         In	addition,	each	student	will	be	asked	to	make	a	presentation	
                                                                         of		the	court	visit,	and	complete	a	selected	deposition	abstract	
                                                                         online.
PARALEGAL
                                                                         Paralegal Litigation
CERTIFICATE                                                              11/YR*BUS*1017*503	              Feb	03	-	Mar	17
                                                                         Online
Midwest	 Paralegal	 Studies,	 in	 partnership	 with	 Indian	 Hills	      Cost:	$195
Community	College,	is	offering	a	12-month	Paralegal	Certifi-
cate.		For	program	details	and	questions,	contact	the	instruc-           Paralegal Litigation
tor,	Mr.	Zoran,	Perovanovich	via	email,	zoran1990@juno.com.	         	   11/YR*BUS*1017*504	              Apr	07	-	May	19
This	is	an	online	tutoring	program	designed	to	let	you	work	at	          Online
a	pace	comfortable	for	your	busy	lifestyle.		It	begins	with	a	free	      Cost:	$195
one-hour	orientation	seminar	held	online.		The	certificate	se-
ries	includes	a	total	of	five	classes,	each	lasting	seven	weeks.	    	
Classes	are	designed	to	facilitate	the	individual	needs	of	both	
novices	and	those	currently	working	in	the	legal	field	and	look-
ing	to	upgrade	their	skills.		You	will	learn	how	to:		Research	and	      This	 course	 will	 coach	 you	 in	 paralegal	 office	 manager	 tools	
write	a	legal	office	memo;	Explore	and	investigate	a	legal	spe-          at	 work.	All	 students	 will	 be	 required	 to	 network/mentor	 with	
cialty;		Learn	the	procedures	of	a	local	court	system;	Under-            an	entry	level,	practicing	paralegal	in	the	field	and	acquire	in-
stand	the	management	of	a	law	office;		Develop	strategies	for	           formation	on	the	organization	of	law	firms,	corporations	and/or	
a	paralegal	job	search.		How	the	program	works:		At	the	begin-           government	legal	departments	in	order	to	complete	a	presen-
ning	of	each	course,	students	will	access	all	of	the	lectures	and	       tation	for	class.		All	quizzes	and	the	final	exam	will	be	taken	
study	materials	they	will	need	online	and	via	email.		Additional	        online.
individual	tutoring	will	be	furnished	to	each	student	during	the	
course	of	the	program,	as	needed.		Courses	may	be	taken	in	              Paralegal Management
any	order	at	the	start	of	each	class	term.			However,	we	rec-            11/YR*BUS*1018*503	              Feb	03	-	Mar	17
ommend	students	take	classes	in	the	order	in	which	they	are	             Online
listed	below.		Start	dates	for	all	five	classes	are	the	first	week	of	   Cost:	$195
February,	April,	June,	September,	and	November.	notice: All
students must email the instructor before registration to                Paralegal Management
receive the free orientation material at zoran1990@juno.                 11/YR*BUS*1018*504	              Apr	07	-	May	19
com.                                                                     Online
                                                                         Cost:	$195
This	course	will	coach	you	in	the	paralegal	profession	includ-
ing	many	of	the	more	popular	entry-level	specialization	(family,	
corporate,		probate,	real	estate	and	many	others).		All		students	
will	 be	 required	 to	 select	 and	 pursue	 at	 	 least	 one	 specialty	
area	and	write	a	twelve-part	report	for	substantive	career	de- This	 course	 will	 coach	 you	 in	 paralegal	 job	 search/portfolio	
velopment.		Each	student	will	also	be	required	to	take	weekly	 methods	and	will	help	you	identify	special	legal	skills	that	are	
quizzes	and	a	final	exam	online.                                          part	of	your	unique	niche	in	the	paralegal	market.		All		students	
                                                                          will	be	required	to	compose	a	15-section	paralegal	career	port-
                                                                          folio	and	explore	three	job	leads	in	a	local	law	practice	in	order	
Paralegal Jurisprudence                                                   to	complete	a	class	presentation.		Each	student	will	also	post	
11/YR*BUS*1016*503	                Feb	03	-	Mar	17                        an	eResume	online	at	the	end	of	class.
Online
Cost:	$195	
                                                                         Paralegal Career
                                                                         11/YR*BUS*1019*503	              Feb	03	-	Mar	17
                                                                         Online
                                                                         Cost:	$195
To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
  Spring 2011                                                                                                            Offerings              19


Paralegal Career                                                         Care & Prevention Ath Injuries
11/YR*BUS*1019*504	              Apr	07	-	May	19                         11/CS*PEC*129*51	               Apr	06	-	Apr	20
Online                                                                   IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         WED./MON.,	6:00PM-8:40PM
Cost:	$195                                                               Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100
                                                                         Cost:	$130	                     Instructor:	T.	Northcutt



                                                                         Legalities/Ethics in Coaching
This	 course	 will	 coach	 you	 in	 paralegal	 research	 and	 writing	   11/YR*VOC*1545*507	             May	02	-	May	04
tools.		All	students	will	access	law	resources	online	and	at	the	        IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         MON./WED.,	6:00-8:30PM
local	library	once	a	week	for	specific	assignments.		In	addition,	       Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100
                                                                         Cost:	$35	                      Instructor:	T.	Northcutt
each	student	will	write	an	office	legal	memo	using	legal	tech-
niques	and	current	rules	of	law,	applying	the	same,	to	support	
a	conclusion	based	upon	the	IRAC	reasoning	technique.		All	
work	must	be	submitted	online.
                                                                         CENTERVILLE
Paralegal Research                                                       Legalities/Ethics in Coaching
11/YR*BUS*1015*503	              Feb	03-Mar	17
Online                                                                   11/YR*VOC*1545*508	                   Mar	14	-	May	11
Cost:	$195                                                               IHCC	Centerville	Campus	
                                                                         Online	                               	
                                                                         Cost:	$35	                            Instructor:	C.	Walker
Paralegal Research
11/YR*BUS*1015*504	              Apr	07	-	May	19
Online                                                                   Coaching Theory
Cost:	$195                                                               11/CS*PEC*114*52	                     Mar	14	-	May	11
                                                                         IHCC	Centerville	Campus	
                                                                         Online	
                                                                         Cost:	$65	                            Instructor:	C.	Walker

COACHING                                                                 Human Growth and Development
AUTHORIZATION                                                            11/CS*PSY*120*52	
                                                                         IHCC	Centerville	Campus	
                                                                                                               Mar	14	-	May	11

                                                                         Online	                               	
                                                                         Cost:	$65	                            Instructor:	C.	Walker

OTTUMWA
                                                                           · General Information--On	average,	state	general	aid	appropriations	
Legalities/Ethics in Coaching                                                provide	approximately	48%	of	the	operating	cost	of	the	educational	
11/YR*VOC*1545*504	             Feb	07	-	Feb	09
                                                                             programs	at	Iowa’s	community	colleges.
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         MON./WED.,	6:00PM-8:30PM
Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100                                   · English/Language Skills--Individuals	 with	 foreign-speaking	 back-
Cost:	$35	                      Instructor:	S.	Dent                          grounds	 may	 improve	 their	 language	 skills	 and	 study	 for	 the	 U.S.	
                                                                             Citizenship	test.
                                                                           · Community Service--Short	courses	or	workshops	will	be	developed	
Coaching Theory                                                              for	businesses	or	industries	in	the	10-county	area	upon	request,	683-
11/CS*PEC*114*51	               Mar	07	-	Mar	14
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         MON./WED.,	6:00PM-8:40PM                     5170.
Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100                                   · Unpaid/Child Attendance Policy--No	unregistered	individuals	will	
Cost:	$65	                      Instructor:	T.	Northcutt                     be	permitted	to	attend	course	offerings	unless	specifically	indicated	
                                                                             within	the	course	description.	On-campus	child-care	is	not	available	
Human Growth and Development                                                 for	‘on	demand’	requests.	Children	will	not	be	allowed	in	classrooms	
11/CS*PSY*120*51	               Mar	16	-	Mar	23                              unless	the	curriculum	is	specifically	designed	for	them	and	permission	
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         WED./MON.,	6:00PM-8:40PM                     is	obtained.
Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100                                   · Refund Procedures--Your	payment	will	be	refunded	if	you	pre-register	
Cost:	$65	                      Instructor:	T.	Northcutt                     and	pay	for	classes	cancelled	by	the	college.	If	you	cancel	your	course	
                                                                             pre-registration	prior	to	the	start	date	of	the	class,	you	will	receive	a	
Anatomy for Coaches                                                          refund	of	tuition	and	fees.		You	must	contact	the	business	office	to	
11/CS*BIO*220*51	               Mar	28	-	Apr	04                              initiate	the	refunding	process	(641)	683-5221.
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	         MON./WED.,	6:00PM-8:40PM                   · Please note--This	publication	is	not	intended	to	be	a	contract,	ex-
Bennett	Student	Services	Center	Rm.:	100
                                                                             plicit	or	implied,	and	the	College	reserves	the	right	to	make	changes	
Cost:	$65	                      Instructor:	T.	Northcutt
                                                                             regarding	the	information	contained	herein.



                                                                                                                                     To Register:
                                                                                                Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
   20       Offerings                                                                                     Spring 2011



Anatomy for Coaches                                    School Bus Driver In-Service
11/CS*BIO*220*52	             Mar	14	-	May	11          11/YR*VOC*3144*516	              May	04	-	May	04
IHCC	Centerville	Campus	                               IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          WED.,6:00PM-9:00PM
Online	                       Rm.:	                    Advanced	Technology	Center	      Rm.:	142
Cost:	$65	                    Instructor:	C.	Walker    Cost:	$25	                       Instructor:	D.	Burton

Care & Prevention Ath Injuries
                                                       PS/MAPP
11/CS*PEC*129*52	             Mar	14	-	May	11
IHCC	Centerville	Campus	
Online	                       Rm.:	
Cost:	$130	                   Instructor:	C.	Walker    Through	ten	3-hour	meetings,	prospective	foster	and/or	adop-
                                                       tive	parents	can	explore	and	assess	their	own	ability	to	meet	
                                                       the	needs	of	having	foster	children	in	their	homes.	Meetings	

NEW BUS DRIVER                                         are	 co-lead	 by	 a	 team	 comprised	 of	 an	 experienced	 social	
                                                       worker	and	an	experienced	foster	and/or	adoptive	parent.	Cur-
                                                       riculum	for	the	ten	meetings	provides	opportunities	for	experi-
new Driver S.T.O.P.                                    mental	and	skill	building	activities	to	assist	families	through	the	
11/YR*VOC*3049*503	           Feb	16	-	Feb	16          self-assessment	and	mutual	selection	process.	If	you	are	inter-
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	       WED.,6:00PM-9:00PM       ested	in	becoming	a	foster	and/or	adoptive	parent,	please	call	
Advanced	Technology	Center	   Rm.:	141                 1-800-243-0756.	Participants	are	required	to	attend	an	initial	
Cost:	$85	                    Instructor:	K.	Simmons   orientation	session.

new Driver S.T.O.P.                                    PS/MAPP Training
11/YR*VOC*3049*504	           Apr	13	-	Apr	13
                                                       11/YR*VOC*4200*204	              Mar	12	-	May	14
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	       WED.,6:00PM-9:00PM
                                                       IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          SAT.,9:00AM-12:00PM
Advanced	Technology	Center	   Rm.:	141
                                                       Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	         Rm.:	152
Cost:	$85	                    Instructor:	R.	Leer
                                                       Cost:	$	                         Instructor:	IHCC	Volunteer



BUS DRIVER INSERVICE                                   CHILDREN IN THE
School Bus Driver In-Service
11/YR*VOC*3144*510	           Feb	09	-	Feb	09
                                                       MIDDLE
Fairfield,	IA	                WED.,6:00PM-9:00PM       Changes	 in	 family	 structure	 through	 the	 dissolution	 of	 mar-
High	School	                  Rm.:	SITE
                                                       riage,	 custody	 modifications	 or	 remarriages,	 are	 difficult	 ex-
Cost:	$25	                    Instructor:	K.	Simmons
                                                       periences	 for	 a	 child.	 This	 class	 will	 provide	 education	 and	
                                                       affirmation	 for	 parents	 making	 the	 primary	 focus	 be	 on	 the	
School Bus Driver In-Service                           children’s	needs	at	all	ages.	This	program	will	include	the	fol-
11/YR*VOC*3144*511	           Feb	23	-	Feb	23
                                                       lowing	 topics:	 Parenting	 skills	 for	 divorcing	 parents,	 child’s	
Chariton,	IA	                 WED.,6:00PM-9:00PM
High	School	                  Rm.:	SITE                needs/survival	techniques,	healthy	vs.	problematic	reaction	of	
Cost:	$25	                    Instructor:	D.	Burton    most	 kids,	 age	 specific	 needs	 of	 your	 children	 and	 identify-
                                                       ing	how	your	child	feels.	Indian	Hills	Community	College	is	an	
                                                       approved	agency	to	satisfy	the	mandatory	parent	counseling	
School Bus Driver In-Service                           required	pursuant	to	section	598.19A	of	the	Code	of	Iowa.	This	
11/YR*VOC*3144*513	           Mar	02	-	Mar	02
Oskaloosa,	IA	                WED.,6:00PM-9:00PM       course	will	meet	the	requirements	needed.	For	more	informa-
High	School	                  Rm.:	SITE                tion	or	to	register,	call	641/683-5249	or	800/726-2585,	X5249.
Cost:	$25	                    Instructor:	K.	Simmons
                                                       Children In The Middle
School Bus Driver In-Service                           11/YR*VOC*3311*223	              Feb	03	-	Feb	03
11/YR*VOC*3144*514	           Mar	17	-	Mar	17          IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          THU.,6:00PM-10:00PM
Centerville	                  THU.,6:00PM-9:00PM       Advanced	Technology	Center	      Rm.:	125
Bus	Garage	                   Rm.:	SITE                Cost:	$35	                       Instructor:	J.	Hasley
Cost:	$25	                    Instructor:	D.	Burton
                                                       Children In The Middle
School Bus Driver In-Service                           11/YR*VOC*3311*224	              Feb	22	-	Feb	22
11/YR*VOC*3144*515	           Apr	06	-	Apr	06          IHCC	Centerville	Campus	         TUES.,6:00PM-10:00PM
Eddyville,	IA	                WED.,6:00PM-9:00PM       Centerville	Training	Facility	   Rm.:	15
High	School	                  Rm.:	SITE                Cost:	$35	                       Instructor:	J.	Hasley
Cost:	$25	                    Instructor:	K.	Simmons



To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
  Spring 2011                                                                                                        Offerings           21


Children In The Middle                                                    Advanced	Technology	Center	      Rm.:	127
11/YR*VOC*3311*226	             Mar	08	-	Mar	08                           Cost:	$28	                       Instructor:	R.	Allen
Fairfield,	IA	                  TUES.,6:00PM-10:00PM
Jefferson	County	Service	Center	Rm.:	ICN1                                 Anger Management
Cost:	$35	                      Instructor:	J.	Hasley                     11/YR*VOC*1222*209	              Mar	15	-	Mar	17
                                                                          IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          TUES./THU.,7:00PM-9:00PM
Children In The Middle                                                    Advanced	Technology	Center	      Rm.:	127
11/YR*VOC*3311*227	              Mar	19	-	Mar	19                          Cost:	$28	                       Instructor:	R.	Allen
Oskaloosa,	IA	                   SAT.,8:00AM-12:00PM
IHCC/Penn		Service	Center	       Rm.:	ICN1                                Anger Management
Cost:	$35	                       Instructor:	M.	Dewitt                    11/YR*VOC*1222*210	              Apr	19	-	Apr	21
                                                                          IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          TUES./THU.,7:00PM-9:00PM
Children In The Middle                                                    Advanced	Technology	Center	      Rm.:	127
11/YR*VOC*3311*228	              Apr	07	-	Apr	07                          Cost:	$28	                       Instructor:	R.	Allen
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          THU.,6:00PM-10:00PM
Advanced	Technology	Center	      Rm.:	125                                 Anger Management
Cost:	$35	                       Instructor:	J.	Hasley                    11/YR*VOC*1222*211	              May	17	-	May	19
                                                                          IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          TUES./THU.,7:00PM-9:00PM
Children In The Middle                                                    Advanced	Technology	Center	      Rm.:	127
11/YR*VOC*3311*229	              Apr	19	-	Apr	19                          Cost:	$28	                       Instructor:	R.	Allen
IHCC	Centerville	Campus	         TUES.,6:00PM-10:00PM
Centerville	Training	Facility	   Rm.:	15

                                                                          DUI DRINKING DRIVERS
Cost:	$35	                       Instructor:	J.	Hasley

Children In The Middle
11/YR*VOC*3311*231	              Apr	28	-	Apr	28                          CLASS-COURT
                                                                          MANDATED
Corydon,	IA	                     THU.,5:30PM-9:30PM
Parent	Resource	Center	          Rm.:	SITE
Cost:	$35	                       Instructor:	J.	Hasley
                                                                          IHCC	 is	 approved	 by	 the	 Department	 of	 Education	 to	 offer	
Children In The Middle                                                    Driving	Under	the	Influence	classes	for	persons	charged	and	
11/YR*VOC*3311*232	             May	10	-	May	10                           convicted	of	driving	while	under	the	influence	of	alcohol.		The	
Fairfield,	IA	                  TUES.,6:00PM-10:00PM                      purpose	of	the	program	is	to	teach	participants	facts	about	al-
Jefferson	County	Service	Center	Rm.:	ICN1                                 cohol	use	and	abuse,	and	through	education	to	encourage	low	
Cost:	$35	                      Instructor:	J.	Hasley
                                                                          risk	 choices	 in	 the	 use	 of	 alcohol.	 	 The	 Iowa	 Department	 of	
                                                                          Education	approved	the	PRI	Prime	for	Life	risk	reduction	cur-
Children In The Middle                                                    riculum,	which	is	based	on	national	research.
11/YR*VOC*3311*234	              May	21	-	May	21
Oskaloosa,	IA	                   SAT.,8:00AM-12:00PM
IHCC/Penn		Service	Center	       Rm.:	ICN1                                Drinking Drivers
Cost:	$35	                       Instructor:	M.	Dewitt                    11/YR*DRI*1000*524	              Feb	07	-	Feb	09
                                                                          IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          MON.,TUES,	WED,
                                                                          Advanced	Technology	Center	      6:00PM-10:00PM
Children in the Middle-Spanish                                            Cost:	$115	                      Rm.:	127
11/YR*VOC*3311*233	              May	13	-	May	13                          Instructor:	G.	Riley
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          FRI.,4:00PM-8:00PM
Arts	&	Sciences	Complex	         Rm.:	156
Cost:	$35	                       Instructor:	Jaime	Claywell               Drinking Drivers
                                                                          11/YR*DRI*1000*525	              Feb	18	-	Feb	19
                                                                          Oskaloosa,	IA	                   FRI.,6:00PM-10:00PM/SAT
                                                                          IHCC/Penn	Service	Center	        8:00AM-5:00PM
ANGER MANAGEMENT                                                          Cost:	$115	
                                                                          Instructor:	B.	Hammack
                                                                                                           Rm.:	Conference	Room


Have	you	every	ruined	a	relationship,	jeopardized	your	job	or	
been	embarrassed	because	of	your	uncontrollable	anger?	In	                Drinking Drivers
                                                                          11/YR*DRI*1000*526	              Feb	25	-	Feb	26
this	 class	 you	 will	 learn	 techniques	 on	 how	 to	 control	 angry	   IHCC	Centerville	Campus	         FRI.,6:00PM-10:00PM/SAT
outbursts	and	express	your	anger	in	a	productive,	rather	than	            Centerville-Classroom	5	         	8:00AM-5:00PM
destructive	manner.                                                       Cost:	$115	                      Rm.:	1
                                                                          Instructor:	T.	Robinson
Anger Management
11/YR*VOC*1222*208	              Feb	15	-	Feb	17
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	          TUES./THU.,7:00PM-9:00PM



                                                                                                                                  To Register:
                                                                                              Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
   22       Offerings                                                                                                  Spring 2011



Drinking Drivers                                                 Instructor:	Staff	                Cost:	$20	classroom/material	fee
11/YR*DRI*1000*527	           Mar	08	-	Mar	10                    Register:	Call	Raeann	Wyngarden	641-683-5181	or	800-726-2585	
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	       TUES.,	WED.,	THU.,                 ext.	5181	or	rwyngard@indianhills.edu	
Advanced	Technology	Center	   6:00PM-10:00PM
Cost:	$115	                   Rm.:	127                           CEnTERVILLE COURSE OFFERInGS
Instructor:	B.	Hammack                                           IHCC	Centerville	Campuspus		          Monday	and	Tuesday		
                                                                 Rm.:		GED	Room	                       8:30	am	–	12:30	pm
Drinking Drivers                                                 	                                     Tuesday	and	Wednesday
11/YR*DRI*1000*528	           Mar	18	-	Mar	19                    	                                     4:00	pm	-	7:30	pm	
Oskaloosa,	IA	                FRI.,6:00PM-10:00PM/SAT            Instructor:	P.	Jensen	/	Jill	Hillmer	 Cost:	$20	classroom	/material	fee
IHCC/Penn		Service	Center	    8:00AM-5:00PM                      Register:	Call	Raeann	Wyngarden	641-683-5181	or	800-726-2585	
Cost:	$115	                   Rm.:	Conference	Room               ext.	5181	or	rwyngard@indianhills.edu	
Instructor:	T.	Robinson
                                                                 BLOOMFIELD COURSE OFFERInGS
Drinking Drivers                                                 Davis	Co.	Service	Center		        Monday
11/YR*DRI*1000*529	           Mar	25	-	Mar	26                    Rm.:		GED	Room	                   4:30	pm	-	7:30	pm
IHCC	Centerville	Campus	      FRI.,6:00PM-10:00PM/SAT            Instructor:	Linda	Ruberg	         Cost:	$20	classroom	/material	fee
Centerville-Classroom	5	      8:00AM-5:00PM                      Register:	Call	Raeann	Wyngarden	641-683-5181	or	800-726-2585	
Cost:	$115	                   Rm.:	1                             ext.	5181	or	rwyngard@indianhills.edu
Instructor:	B.	Hammack
                                                                 FAIRFIELD COURSE OFFERInGS
Drinking Drivers                                                 Jefferson	Co.	Service	Center		    Tuesday	8:30	a.m.	to	2:30	p.m.
11/YR*DRI*1000*530	           Apr	04	-	Apr	06                    Rm.:		GED	Room	                   Thursday	1:00	p.m.	to	7:00	p.m.
IHCC	Ottumwa	Campuspus	       MON.,	TUES.,WED.,                  Instructor:	Linda	Ruberg	         Cost:	$20	classroom	/material	fee
Advanced	Technology	Center	   6:00PM-10:00PM                     Register:	Call	Raeann	Wyngarden	641-683-5181	or	800-726-2585	
Cost:	$115	                   Rm.:	127                           ext.	5181	or	rwyngard@indianhills.edu
Instructor:	G.	Riley
                                                                 CHARITOn COURSE OFFERInGS
Drinking Drivers                                                 Lucas	Co.	Service	Center	         Monday	12:30	p.m.	to	3:30	p.m.
11/YR*DRI*1000*531	           Apr	15	-	Apr	16                    Rm.:		GED	Room	                   Tuesday	4:00	p.m.	to	7:00	p.m.
Oskaloosa,	IA	                FRI.,6:00PM-10:00PM/SAT            Instructor:	Carol	Houston	        Cost:	$20	classroom	/material	fee
IHCC/Penn		Service	Center	    8:00AM-5:00PM                      Register:	Call	Raeann	Wyngarden	641-683-5181	or	800-726-2585	
Cost:	$115	                   Rm.:	Conference	Room               ext.	5181	or	rwyngard@indianhills.edu
Instructor:	B.	Hammack
                                                                 CORYDOn COURSE OFFERInGS
Drinking Drivers                                                 Wayne	Co.	Service	Center	         Wednesday	
11/YR*DRI*1000*532	           Apr	22	-	Apr	23                    Rm.:		GED	Room	                   12:30	p.m.	to	3:30	p.m.
IHCC	Centerville	Campus	      FRI.,6:00PM-10:00PM/SAT	           Instructor:	Carol	Houston	        Cost:	$20	classroom	/material	fee
Centerville-Classroom	5	      8:00AM-5:00PM                      Register:	Call	Raeann	Wyngarden	641-683-5181	or	800-726-2585	
Cost:	$115	                   Rm.:	1                             ext.	5181	or	rwyngard@indianhills.edu
Instructor:	T.	Robinson
                                                                 OSKALOOSA COURSE OFFERInGS
                                                                 Mahaska	Co.	Service	Center	       Monday	&	Tuesday	

GED                                                              Rm.:		GED	Room	
                                                                 Credit:	1	credit	
                                                                                                   2:30	pm	-	6:30	pm

                                                                 Instructor:	Staff	                Cost:	$20	classroom	/material	fee
GED Preparation Classes                                          Register:	Call	Raeann	Wyngarden	641-683-5181	or	800-726-2585	
                                                                 ext.	5181	or	rwyngard@indianhills.edu
GED	Preparation	classes	are	designed	to	assist	student	
in	the	successful	completion	of	the	GED.		Students	will	
                                                                 OTTUMWA COURSE OFFERInGS
study	to	pass	the	five	subject	areas	of	the	GED:	Read-           Community	Education	Center	         Monday	thru	Thursday	
ing,	Writing,	Math,	Science	and	Social	Studies.	Students	        707	Church	St.	                     8:00	a.m.	to	8:00	p.m.
will	work	at	an	individualized	pace	with	qualified	instruc-      Rm.:		GED	Room	
tors.	 	 Study	 materials,	 computer	 program,	 and	 GED	        Instructor:	Jen	Gabel,	Linda	Tuller,	Alicia	VanVelsor
                                                                 Cost:	$20	classroom	/material	fee
practice	test	are	provided.		Students	will	be	able	to	enroll	    Register:	Call	Raeann	Wyngarden	641-683-5181	or	800-726-2585	
in	 the	 new	 online	 GED-I	 preparation	 course	 after	 they	   ext.	5181	or	rwyngard@indianhills.edu
complete	an	orientation.	
                                                                 KEOSAUQUA COURSE OFFERInGS
ALBIA COURSE OFFERInGS                                           Van	Buren	Co.	Service	Center	      Tuesday
Monroe	Co.	Service	Center		   Wednesday	                         Rm.:		GED	Room	                    4:00	pm	–	7:00	pm
Rm.:		GED	Room	               1:30	p.m.-	4:30	p.m.               Instructor:	Linda	Ruberg	          Cost:	$20	classroom	/material	fee



To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
  Spring 2011                                                                                                 Offerings          23


Register:	Call	Raeann	Wyngarden	641-683-5181	or	800-726-2585	       Register:	Call	Raeann	Wyngarden	641-683-5181	or	800-726-2585	
ext.	5181	or	rwyngard@indianhills.edu                               ext.	5181	or	rwyngard@indianhills.edu

SIGOURnEY COURSE OFFERInGS
Keokuk	County	Service	Center	   Tuesday
Rm.:		GED	Room	                 1:30	p.m.	to	4:30	p.m.
Instructor:	Staff	              Cost:	$20	classroom	/material	fee




      Diversity 2011:
      Many Faces,
      One Vision
       2011 Diversity Conference
       Keynote Speakers
                           Dr. Roberts Keynote:
                           Dr.	Roberts	is	a	clinical	psychologist	and	one	of	the	Little	Rock	Nine	who,	with	the	help	of	the	
                           United	States	Army,	integrated	Central	High	School	in	Little	Rock,	Arkansas	in	1957.		His	career	
                           has	 included	 stints	 as	 Director	 of	 Mental	 Health	 Services	 in	 a	 community	 hospital,	Assistant	
                           Dean	in	the	UCLA	School	of	Social	Welfare,	and	Chair	of	Psychology	at	Antioch	University.		He	
                           spends	a	significant	part	of	each	year	visiting	high	school,	community	college,	and	university	
                           communities	to	speak	about	ways	in	which	we	might	learn	to	cope	with	difference.


                           Ms. Monica Akuien Keynote:
                           Ms.	Monica	Akuien	has	a	fascinating	yet	tragic	story	to	share	about	being	a	refugee	that	moved	
                           to	the	United	States	from	Southern	Sudan.		She	funded	The	Bor	Women’s	Association	in	2007	
                           to	provide	assistance	to	women	and	children	of	the	war	devastated	areas	of	Southern	Sudan,	
                           through	educational	programs,	job	training	opportunities	and	socio-economic	projects	to	eradi-
                           cate	stress,	poverty	and	illiteracy.		She	also	works	in	language	translation	for	the	Des	Moines	
                           Public	Schools	with	immigration.		



                                        Friday, April 8, 2011
             For more information, please call 1.800.726.2585, ext. 5755 
                 or register on line at www.indianhills.edu/diversity 
                               beginning March 1, 2011


                                                                                                                        To Register:
                                                                                        Ottumwa: 1-800-346-4413 or 683-5249
   24        Performing & Visual Arts Events                                                                                      Spring 2011




                                                        2010-2011 CALENDAR
  PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS EVENTS The series is designed to give the students and
  communities of Indian Hills an opportunity to experience current achievements in the Arts. All
  performing events will be held at Indian Hills Community College, St. John Auditorium, 525 Grandview
  (Ottumwa Campus) unless noted. All exhibits will be held in the Indian Hills Art Gallery (Ottumwa
  Campus) and will be open from 7:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 4:30 p.m.–9:00
  p.m. Sunday (except holiday and college breaks). Phone 641-683-5144 for further information
  concerning any event. Due to advance scheduling, events are subject to change.


            MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.                                               INDIAN HILLS JAZZFEST 2011
                CELEBRATION                                                       Friday & Saturday, February 25 & 26, 2011
              Monday, January 17, 2011, 7:00 p.m.                                                Opening Concert
 an observance of MLK’s contributions to the world in words and music.                Friday, February 25, 2011, 7:30 p.m.
The Indian Hills Concert Choir, Ottumwa High School Meistersingers, and          featuring the Indian Hills Jazz Band and guest clinicians
           other local musicians and speakers will be featured.                                     St. John Auditorium
                           St. John Auditorium                                                         Free admission
                              Free admission
                                                                                High School Jazz Band Competition
                   GIN LAMMERT:                                              Saturday, February 26, 2011, 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
                EXPRESSION IN GLASS                                         more than twenty high school jazz bands in competition and clinics
          Monday, January 17 through Thursday,                                                    St. John Auditorium
                                                                                                     Free admission
                   February 10, 2011
      Reception: Monday, January 17, 7:00- 8:30 p.m.
         art works created by the use of centuries old traditional                         THE MAGIC FLUTE
         stained glass techniques applied to 21st century designs.                       Friday, March 4, 2011, 7:30 p.m.
                          Indian Hills Art Gallery                                      Mozart’s classic presented by Opera Iowa
                              Free admission                                                      St. John Auditorium
                                                                                                     Free admission
                    POETRY READING
              Tuesday, January 25, 2011, 6:30 p.m.                                            ILYA YAKUSHEV
              Poetry Writing students will read their poems                           Saturday, March 12, 2011, 7:30 p.m.
                       Indian Hills Library Loft                          the award winning Russian pianist presented by Ottumwa Civic Music
                             Free admission                                                      St. John Auditorium
                                                                              IHCC Students admitted free, others by single or season ticket
                SOUTHEAST IOWA
              SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA                                                      FACULTY JAZZ RECITAL
             Sunday, February 13, 2011, 3:00 p.m.                                      Sunday, March 13, 2010, 3:00 p.m.
                     Robert McConnell, conductor                                                 David Sharp, saxophone
    featuring southeast Iowa choirs including IHCC’s Concert Choir                                St. John Auditorium
      in a performance of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 (“Choral”)                                      Free admission
                          St. John Auditorium
                 IHCC students and staff admitted free,
                    others by single or season ticket
                                                                           OTTUMWA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
                                                                                      Saturday, March 19, 2011, 7:30 p.m.
                                                                                                St. John Auditorium
     IHCC ALL STAFF ART EXHIBITION                                            IHCC Students admitted free, others by single or season ticket
          Monday, February 21 through Thursday,
                       March 10, 2011                                                   SOUTHEAST IOWA
          Artists’ Reception: Monday, February 21,                                    SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
                       7:00- 8:30 p.m.                                                 Sunday, March 20, 2011, 3:00 p.m.
        An art exhibit that is open to all Indian Hills staff, faculty,
                                                                                             Robert McConnell, conductor
                       family members, and retirees.
                                                                                                   St. John Auditorium
                          Indian Hills Art Gallery
                                                                          IHCC students and staff admitted free, others by single or season ticket
                               Free admission
  Spring 2011                                                                             Regional Multicultural Center                           25


                                                                              Occupational Spanish: Health Care
                                                                              This	effective	non-grammar	class	is	perfect	for	the	health	care	profes-
                                                                              sional	who	must	provide	patient	care	to	Spanish	speakers.		You	will	
                                                                              learn	 how	 to	 communicate	 efficiently	 and	 clearly	 in	 Spanish.	 	 Each	
                                                                              class	is	crafted	to	the	needs	of	its	participants.		No	previous	knowledge	
                                                                              of	Spanish	necessary!		CEU’s	available	if	requested	prior	to	the	class.	    	
                                                                              11/CS FLS 024 L01                     March	1	thru	April	19
                                                                              SUCCESS	Center	                       Eight	Tuesdays
                                                                              (Arts	&	Sciences	Bldg.)	              5:00	PM	to	7:00	PM
                                                                              Rm.:		132D	                           Cost:	$130	for	Iowa	residents,
                                                                              	                                     $195	for	out-of-state	residents;
                                                                              	                                     plus	manual	with	2	CD’s	$40
                                                                              Credit:	1	credit	                     Register:	by	02/22/11
For information or to schedule classes for                                    Instructor:Staff	                     call:		641-683-5245	or
                                                                                         	                          800-726-2585	ext	5245
your business/facility at your site contact
norma Rosales at 641 683 5755. E-mail nro-                                    Occupational Spanish: Education (InTEnSIVE)
sales@indianhills.edu                                                         Course	Description:
                                                                              IHCC	Instructional	Quality	Faculty	Plans	Credit	approved	and	Quali-
                                                                              fied	for	teacher	re-certification	for	Areas	XV	and	XVI	Schools,	please	
                                                                              contact	 your	AEA	 Professional	 Development	 Coordinator	 to	 arrange	
Command Spanish® Online Courses                                               for	credit.		This	class	is	intended	for	classroom	teachers,	school	ad-
Command Spanish®	 offers	 a	 variety	 of	 online	 courses	 de-                ministrators,	front	office	personnel,	school	nurses,	bus	drivers,	custo-
signed	 to	 help	 you	 develop	 the	 Spanish	 language	 skills	 you	          dians,	and	security	staff.	This	is	a	comprehensive	program	designed	
need	to	communicate	effectively	with	co-workers	and	custom-                   to	provide	functional	Spanish	language	skills	for	school	personnel	who	
ers	in	your	workplace.	Courses	focus	on	the	vocabulary	need-                  have	occasional	contact	with	Spanish-speaking	students	and	visitors.	
ed	for	particular	career	fields.	So,	what	you	learn	is	appropri-              no previous knowledge of the language necessary.		
                                                                              11/CS FLS 028 L01                     Feb.	25	&	26	/	March	4	&	5
ate	 for	 your	 specific	 context.	 These	 courses	 are	 not	 offered	
                                                                              SUCCESS	Center	                       2-Two	Weeks:	Friday	&	Saturday	
by	Indian	Hills	Community	College.	Interested	students	must	                  (Arts	&	Sciences	Bldg.)	              8:00	AM	to	12:00	PM
interact	with	Command	Spanish®	directly.	To	get	started,	visit	               Rm.:	132D	                            Cost:		$130	for	Iowa	residents,
the	 Command Spanish® website	 and	 click	 “Online	 Courses”	                 	                                     $195	for	out-of-state	residents;
for	 a	 list	 of	 available	 options.	 For	 more	 information,	 see	 the	     	                                     plus	manual	with	2	CD’s	$40
contact	below:	                                                               Credit:	1	credit	                     Register:	by	02/17/11
norma Rosales                                                                 Instructor:		N.	Rosales		             call:		641-683-5245	or	
email:	nrosales@indianhills.edu	                                                                               	 800-726-2585	ext	5245
phone:	(641)	683-5755	or	(800)	726-2585,	ext.	5755

                                                                              OTTUMWA
OTTUMWA                                                                       Non-Credit Offerings
Credit Offerings                                                              Tool Kit: Working with English Language
                                                                              Learners
Beginning ASL I                                                               This	session	is	NOT	ONLY	for	ESL/ELL	instructors.	This	presentation	
Students	with	little	or	no	sign	language	experience	will	be	immersed	in	      will	create	awareness	about	the	Adult	Language	Learners	needs	and	
a	“voice-off”	environment.		Instruction	and	various	activities	will	enable	   ways	to	maximize	learning	for	students	who	are	learning	English.
a	student	to	learn	about	Deaf	culture	and	community.		Upon	comple-            11/YR ASC 1001 L47               March	8
tion	of	this	class;	students	will	learn	attention	getting	techniques,	in-     Arts	and	Science		               Tuesday
troductions,	and	negotiate	the	signing	environment.		This	is	an	ideal	        Rm.:	156	                        7:30	to11:30	AM	or 5:00	to9:00	PM
class	for	anyone	who	could	be	in	contact	with	Deaf	people	in	a	variety	       	                                Cost:	$75
of	settings.                                                                  Credit:	No	credit	               Register:		by	03/01/11
11/CS SCS 011 L01	                  March	29-May	17	                          Instructor:	N.	Rosales	          call:		641-683-5245	or	
Success	Center	                     Eight	Tuesdays                                             	               800-726-2585	ext	5245
(Arts	and	Science)	                 6:30pm	–	8:30pm
Room	132D	                          Cost:	$130	for	Iowa	residents,
	                                   $195	for	out-of-state	residents;          Tool Kit: Working with English Language
	                                   plus	manual	with	2	CD’s	$60(good		        Learners
	                                   for	part	II	as	well)                      This	session	is	NOT	ONLY	for	ESL/ELL	instructors.	This	presentation	
Credit:	1	credit	                   Register:	by	03/08/11                     will	create	awareness	about	the	Adult	Language	Learners	needs	and	
Instructor:	M.	McAntire	            call:		641-683-5245	or	                   ways	to	maximize	learning	for	students	who	are	learning	English.
           	                        800-726-2585	ext	5245                     11/YR ASC 1001 L48               March	24
                                                                              Bennett	Building	                Thursday
                                                                              Rm.:	104	                        11:30	AM	to	3:30 PM



                                                                                                                                        To Register:
                                                                   Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5245 Regional Multicultural Center
    26       Regional Multicultural Center                                                                                                    Spring 2011



	                                      Cost:	$75                                    extranjeros	de	origen	hispano.	no prior knowledge of English nec-
Credit:	No	credit	                     Register:	by	03/17/11                        essary.		
Instructor:	N.	Rosales	                call:		641-683-5245	or                       11/YR ASC 1001 L52	              March	14	through	March	24	
                                   	   800-726-2585	ext	5245                        SUCCESS	Center	                  Two	weeks	Monday	to	Thursday
                                                                                    (Arts	&	Sciences	Bldg.)	         9:00	AM	to	11:00	AM
                                                                                    Rm.:	132D	                       Cost:	$112,	plus	$40	required	text
Tool Kit: Working with English Language                                             Credit:	No	Credit	               Register:	by	03/07/11
Learners                                                                            Instructor:	Staff	               call:		641-683-5245	or	
This	session	is	NOT	ONLY	for	ESL/ELL	instructors.	This	presentation	                                              	 800-726-2585	ext	5245
will	create	awareness	about	the	Adult	Language	Learners	needs	and	
ways	to	maximize	learning	for	students	who	are	learning	English.
11/YR ASC 1001 L49	              April	16                                           Ingles Minimo/Minimum English
Bennett	Building	                Saturday                                           (conversational)
Rm.:	100	                        10:00	AM	to	2:00 PMCost:	$75                       This	is	a	comprehensive	English	=	language	program	that	provides	im-
Credit:	No	credit	               Register:	by	04/07/11                              mediate	access	to	functional	language	skills	for	non-English-speaking	
Instructor:	N.	Rosales	          call:		641-683-5245	or                             students.	 Teaches	 Spanish-speakers	 how	 to	 say	 common	 phrases	
                              	 800-726-2585	ext	5245                               and	ask	basic	questions	in	English,	how	to	comprehend	many	basic	
                                                                                    English	 expressions	 and	 phrases	 used	 in	 daily	 life	 and	 presents	 in-
                                                                                    formation	regarding	aspects	of	everyday	life	and	culture	if	the	United	
Tool Kit: Working with English Language                                             States	that	may	be	different,	unknown,	or	misunderstood	by	recently-
Learners                                                                            arrived	Hispanics	to	the	United	States.
This	session	is	NOT	ONLY	for	ESL/ELL	instructors.	This	presentation	                Ingles	Minimo.	Le	enseñará	cómo	decir	frases	y	preguntas	prácticas	
will	create	awareness	about	the	Adult	Language	Learners	needs	and	                  y	comunes	en	inglés	Americano,	le	enseñará	a	comprender	muchas	
ways	to	maximize	learning	for	students	who	are	learning	English.                    expresiones	y	frases	básicas	y	comunes	usadas	en	la	vida	diaria,	y	
                                                                                    le	 presentará	 algunos	 aspectos	 fundamentales	 de	 la	 cultura	 de	 los	
11/YR ASC 1001 L50	                    May	10
                                                                                    Estados	Unidos	que	pueden	ser	diferentes,	desconocidos	o	malinter-
Bennett	Building	                      Tuesday
                                                                                    pretados	por	los	extranjeros	de	origen	hispano.	no prior knowledge
Rm.:	104	                              7:30	AM	to11:30AM	or	
                                                                                    of English necessary.		
Cost:	$75	                             4:00	to	8:00 PM	
Credit:	No	credit	                     Register:	by	05/03/11	                       11/YR ASC 1001 L53                   April	4	thru	April	14
Instructor:	N.	Rosales	                call:		641-683-5245	or                       SUCCESS	Center	                      Two	weeks	Monday	through	
	                                      800-726-2585	ext	5245                        (Arts	&	Sciences	Bldg.)	             Thursday
                                                                                    	                                    3:00	PM	to	5:00	PM	
                                                                                    Rm.:	132E	                           Cost:	$112	plus	$40	required	text.
Basic Spanish Conversation                                                          Credit:	No	Credit	                   Register:	by	03/28/11
This	popular	class	will	help	you	establish	a	strong	foundation	in	con-              Instructor:	Staff	                   641-683-5245	or	
versational	 Spanish.	 	 Emphasis	 on	 pronunciation,	 vocabulary	 and	                                              	   800-726-2585	ext	5245
basic	 statements	 and	 question-asking.	 Learn	 skills	 that	 you	 can	 put	
to	 use	 immediately	 in	 your	 personal	 or	 professional	 life	 in	 a	 relaxed	
atmosphere	geared	to	the	adult	learner.			                                          Spanish for Wildlife, Forest, and Park
11/YR ASC 1001 L51	                  March	29-May	17                                Personnel-(InTEnSIVE)
SUCCESS	Center	                      Eight	Tuesdays	                                This	 class	 is	 the	 most	 comprehensive	 and	 authoritative	 class	 of	 its	
(Arts	&	Sciences	Bldg.)	             5:00	PM	to	7:00	PM                             kind.		It	has	been	carefully	researched	and	documented	by	language	
Rm.:	132D	                           Cost:	$112	for	Iowa	residents,                 specialists	and	professionals	in	the	field	of	Wildlife	and	Forestry.		Sec-
                                  	 plus	manual	with	2	CD’s	$40                     tions	include:		General	Rules	and	Regulations	for	Parks,	Recreational	
Credit:	No	credit	                   Register:	by	03/22/11	                         Areas,	 and	 Forests;	 Entrance	 and	 Use	 Fees	 Requirements;	 Camp-
Instructor:	Staff	                   call:		641-683-5245	or	                        ing;	Swimming	Safety	Rules;	Boating	Rules,	Regulations	and	Safety;	
                                  	 800-726-2585	ext	5245                           Hunting	and	Fishing	Rules,	Regulations	and	Safety;	Law	Enforcement	
                                                                                    for	Parks,	Recreational	Areas,	and	Forests;	Medical	Emergencies,	and	
                                                                                    much	more.
Inglés Mínimo/Minimum English                                                       11/YR ASC 1001 L54                  April	22
(conversational)                                                                    SUCCESS	Center	                     Saturday
This	is	a	comprehensive	English	language	program	that	provides	im-                  (Arts	&	Sciences	Bldg.)	            8:00	AM	to	2:00	PM
mediate	access	to	functional	language	skills	for	non-English-speaking	              Rm.:	132D	                          Cost:	$42	plus	manual	w/2	
students.	 Teaches	 Spanish-speakers	 how	 to	 say	 common	 phrases	                	                                   CD’s	$40	value
and	ask	basic	questions	in	English,	how	to	comprehend	many	basic	                   Credit:	No	Credit	                  Register:	by	04/14/11
English	 expressions	 and	 phrases	 used	 in	 daily	 life	 and	 presents	 in-       Instructor:	Staff		                 call:		641-683-5245	or	
formation	regarding	aspects	of	everyday	life	and	culture	if	the	United	             	                                   800-726-2585	ext	5245
States	that	may	be	different,	unknown,	or	misunderstood	by	recently-
arrived	Hispanics	to	the	United	States                                              Spanish for Mission Teams
Le	enseñará	cómo	decir	frases	y	preguntas	prácticas	y	comunes	en	                   This	program	is	a	comprehensive	treatment	of	the	language	used	by	
inglés	Americano,	le	enseñará	a	comprender	muchas	expresiones	y	                    service,	 volunteer,	 and	 religious	 organizations	 when	 bringing	 aid	 to	
frases	 básicas	 y	 comunes	 usadas	 en	 la	 vida	 diaria,	 y	 le	 presentará	      Spanish-speaking	countries.	The	manual	focuses	on	the	following	aid	
algunos	aspectos	fundamentales	de	la	cultura	de	los	Estados	Unidos	                 areas:	 construction,	 medical,	 dental,	 and	 ophthalmologic.	 The	 lan-
que	pueden	ser	diferentes,	desconocidos	o	malinterpretados	por	los	                 guage	component	utilizes	phonetic	encoding	to	address	pronunciation	
                                                                                    of	 the	 most	 important	 Spanish	 commands,	 questions,	 and	 phrases	
                                                                                    pertinent	 to	 daily	 interactions	 between	 Spanish-speakers	 and	 non-



To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5245 Regional Multicultural Center
   Spring 2011                                                                               Regional Multicultural Center                             27



                                                                                FAIRFIELD
Spanish-speakers.	No	prior	knowledge	of	Spanish	is	necessary.
11/YR ASC 1001 L55              March	10
SUCCESS	Center	                 Thursday
(Arts	&	Sciences	Bldg.)	        5:00	PM	to	9:00	PM
                                                                                Non-Credit Offering
Rm.:	132D	                      Cost:		$28	plus	manual	
	                               w/2	CD’s	$40	value                              Tool Kit: Working with English Language
Credit:	No	Credit	              Register:	by	03/3/11
Instructor:	Staff	              call:		641-683-5245	or	                         Learners
                             	 800-726-2585	ext	5245                            This	session	is	NOT	ONLY	for	ESL/ELL	instructors.	This	presentation	
                                                                                will	create	awareness	about	the	Adult	Language	Learners	needs	and	
                                                                                ways	to	maximize	learning	for	students	who	are	learning	English.
Spanish for Mission Teams                                                       11/YR ASC 1001 L57                     May	4
This	program	is	a	comprehensive	treatment	of	the	language	used	by	              IHCC	Jefferson	County	                 Wednesday
service,	 volunteer,	 and	 religious	 organizations	 when	 bringing	 aid	 to	   Service	Center	                        11:30	to	3:30	PM
Spanish-speaking	countries.	The	manual	focuses	on	the	following	aid	            Rm.:	Conference	Room	                  Cost:	$75
areas:	 construction,	 medical,	 dental,	 and	 ophthalmologic.	 The	 lan-       Credit:	No	Credit	                     Register:	by	4/26/10
guage	component	utilizes	phonetic	encoding	to	address	pronunciation	            Instructor:	N.	Rosales	                call:		641-683-5245	or	800-726-
of	 the	 most	 important	 Spanish	 commands,	 questions,	 and	 phrases	         2585	ext	5245
pertinent	 to	 daily	 interactions	 between	 Spanish-speakers	 and	 non-
Spanish-speakers.	No	prior	knowledge	of	Spanish	is	necessary.

11/YR ASC 1001 L56                   May	7

                                                                                KEOSAUQUA
SUCCESS	Center	                      Saturday
(Arts	&	Sciences	Bldg.)	             8:00AM	to12:00PM	
Rm.:	132E	                           Cost:		$28	plus	manual	
	                                    w/2	CD’s	$40	value                         Non- Credit Offering
Credit:	No	Credit	                   Register:	by	4/28/11                       Basic Spanish Conversation
Instructor:	Staff	                   call:		641-683-5245	or	                    This	popular	class	will	help	you	establish	a	strong	foundation	in	con-
                                 	   800-726-2585	ext	5245                      versational	 Spanish.	 	 Emphasis	 on	 pronunciation,	 vocabulary	 and	
                                                                                basic	statements	and	question-asking.		Learn	skills	that	you	can	put	
                                                                                to	 use	 immediately	 in	 your	 personal	 or	 professional	 life	 in	 a	 relaxed	
FAIRFIELD                                                                       atmosphere	geared	to	the	adult	learner.			
                                                                                11/YR ASC 1001 L58                     Feb.		28	thru	April	18
Credit Offering                                                                 IHCC	Van	Buren	County	                 Eight	Monday	
                                                                                Service	Center	                        6:00	PM	to	8:00	PM
Occupational Spanish: Education (InTEnSIVE)                                     Rm.:	Conference	Room	                  Cost:	$112,	plus	manual	
Course	Description:                                                             	                                      with	2	CD’s	$40
IHCC	Instructional	Quality	Faculty	Plans	Credit	approved	and	Quali-             Credit:	No	Credit	                     Register:	by	02/21/11	
fied	for	teacher	re-certification	for	Areas	XV	and	XVI	Schools,	please	         Instructor:	Staff	                     call:		641-683-5245	or	800-726-
contact	 your	AEA	 Professional	 Development	 Coordinator	 to	 arrange	         2585	ext	5245
for	credit.		This	class	is	intended	for	classroom	teachers,	school	ad-
ministrators,	front	office	personnel,	school	nurses,	bus	drivers,	custo-
dians,	and	security	staff.	This	is	a	comprehensive	program	designed	
to	provide	functional	Spanish	language	skills	for	school	personnel	who	
have	occasional	contact	with	Spanish-speaking	students	and	visitors.	           ALBIA
no previous knowledge of the language necessary.		                              Non-Credit Offering
11/CS FLS 028 L02                     May	13	&	14
IHCC	Jefferson	County	                Friday-Saturday	
Service	Center	                       8:00	AM	to	4:30	PM                        Basic Spanish Conversation
Rm:	Conference	Room	                  Cost:	$130	for	Iowa	residents,	           This	popular	class	will	help	you	establish	a	strong	foundation	in	con-
                                 	 $195	for	out-of-state	residents;	            versational	 Spanish.	 	 Emphasis	 on	 pronunciation,	 vocabulary	 and	
                                 	 plus	manual	with	2	CD’s	$40                  basic	statements	and	question-asking.		Learn	skills	that	you	can	put	
Credit:	1	credit	                     Register:	by	05/05/10	                    to	 use	 immediately	 in	 your	 personal	 or	 professional	 life	 in	 a	 relaxed	
Instructor: N. Rosales               call: 641-683-5245 or                      atmosphere	geared	to	the	adult	learner.			

                                     800-726-2585 ext 5245                      11/YR ASC 1001 L59                     Feb 24 thru April 14
                                                                                IHCC Monroe County                     Eight Thursdays
                                                                                Service Center                         6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
                                                                                Rm.: Conference Room                   Cost: $112, plus manual
                                                                                with 2 CD’s $40
                                                                                Credit:	No	Credit	                     Register:	      by	02/17/11	
                                                                                Instructor:	Staff	                     call	641-683-5245	or	800-726-2585	
                                                                                ext	5245




                                                                                                                                              To Register:
                                                                      Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5245 Regional Multicultural Center
    28       Regional Multicultural Center                                                                                             Spring 2011




OSKALOOSA                                                                           CHARITON
Non-Credit Offerings                                                                Non-Credit Offering

Basic Spanish Conversation                                                          Tool Kit: Working with English Language
This	popular	class	will	help	you	establish	a	strong	foundation	in	con-              Learners
versational	 Spanish.	 	 Emphasis	 on	 pronunciation,	 vocabulary	 and	             This	session	is	NOT	ONLY	for	ESL/ELL	instructors.	This	presentation	
basic	statements	and	question-asking.		Learn	skills	that	you	can	put	               will	create	awareness	about	the	Adult	Language	Learners	needs	and	
to	 use	 immediately	 in	 your	 personal	 or	 professional	 life	 in	 a	 relaxed	   ways	to	maximize	learning	for	students	who	are	learning	English.
atmosphere	geared	to	the	adult	learner.			
11/YR	ASC	1001	L60	                  Feb	22	thru	April	12                           11/YR ASC 1001 L63               April 18
IHCC	William	Penn	Center	            Eight	Tuesdays                                 IHCC	Lucas	County	               Monday
Rm.:	Conference	Room	                5:00	PM	to	7:00	PM	                            Service	Center	                  09:00	AM	to	1:00	PM
	                                    Cost:	$112,	plus	manual	                       Rm.:	Conference	Room	            Cost:	$75
	                                    with	2	CD’s	$40                                Credit:	No	Credit	               Register:	by	04/11/11	
Credit:	No	credit	                   Register:	by	02/15/11	                         Instructor:	N.	Rosales	          call:	641-683-5245	or	
Instructor:	Staff	                   call:		641-683-5245	or	                        	                                800-726-2585	ext	5245
	                                    800-726-2585	ext	5245	


Tool Kit: Working with English Language                                             CENTERVILLE
Learners                                                                            Non-Credit Offering
This	session	is	NOT	ONLY	for	ESL/ELL	instructors.	This	presentation	
will	create	awareness	about	the	Adult	Language	Learners	needs	and	
ways	to	maximize	learning	for	students	who	are	learning	English.                    Tool Kit: Working with English Language
11/YR ASC 1001 L61                     April 19                                     Learners
IHCC	William	Penn	Center	        Wednesday                                          This	session	is	NOT	ONLY	for	ESL/ELL	instructors.	This	presentation	
Rm.:	Conference	Room		           12:00PM	to	4:00PM	                                 will	create	awareness	about	the	Adult	Language	Learners	needs	and	
Credit:	No	credit	               Cost:	$75                                          ways	to	maximize	learning	for	students	who	are	learning	English.
Instructor:	N.	Rosales		         Register:	by	04/12/11                              11/YR ASC 1001 L64               May	2
call:		641-683-5245	or	800-726-2585	ext	5245                                        IHCC	Centerville	Campus	         Monday
                                                                                    Rm.:	SUCCESS	Center	             09	AM	to	1:00	PM	
                                                                                    Credit:	No	Credit	               Cost:	$75
                                                                                    Instructor:	N.	Rosales	          Register:	by	04/25/11	

SIGOURNEY
                                                                                    call:		641-683-5245	or	800-726-2585	ext	5245	


Non Credit Offering

Basic Spanish Conversation
This	popular	class	will	help	you	establish	a	strong	foundation	in	con-
versational	 Spanish.	 	 Emphasis	 on	 pronunciation,	 vocabulary	 and	
basic	statements	and	question-asking.		Learn	skills	that	you	can	put	
to	 use	 immediately	 in	 your	 personal	 or	 professional	 life	 in	 a	 relaxed	
atmosphere	geared	to	the	adult	learner.			
11/YR ASC 1001 L62                     Feb 22 thru April 12
IHCC Keokuk County                     Eight Tuesdays
Service Center                         5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Rm.: Conference Room                   Cost: $112, plus manual
with 2 CD’s $40
Credit:	No	Credit	                     Register:	           by	02/15/11	
Instructor:	                           		Staff	 call:	 	 641-683-5245	 or	 800-
726-2585	ext	5245




To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5245 Regional Multicultural Center
  Spring 2011                                                                                         Career Exploration                   29



CAREER EXPLORATION                                                         Career Exploration
                                                                           11/CS SDV 130 S4	                 May	9-11
                      Ottumwa                                              IHCC	Testing	Center	              8:30	a.m.–	2:30	p.m.
           Call 1-800-726-2585, ext 5233                                   Trustee	Hall	                     Cost	$130	(Iowa	resident)
                   (641) 683-5233                                          Ottumwa	campus	                   $195	(non-resident)
                     Centerville                                           Instructor:	Sheri	Ziegler
           Call 1-800-670-3641, ext 2214
                                                                           Career Exploration
                   (641) 856-2143                                          11/CS SDV 130 S5	                 March	1-3
                                                                           IHCC	SUCCESS	Center	              8:30	a.m.–	2:30	p.m.
                                                                           Centerville	campus	               Cost	$130	(Iowa	resident)
                                                                           Instructor:	Noel	Gorden	          $195	(non-resident)
CAREER EXPLORATION
This	course	will	help	you	with	career	choices,	taking	into	ac-
count	your	abilities,	interests,	personal	values	and	goals	and	            Career Exploration
includes	the	use	of	career	assessment	instruments	to	assist	in-            11/CS SDV 130 S6	                 April	18-21
dividuals	with	the	process.		This	three-day	course	is	perfect	for	         IHCC	SUCCESS	Center	              5:30	p.m.	–	9:30	p.m.
the	person	in	transition,	as	well	as	the	student	who	is	unsure	of	         Centerville	campus	               Cost	$130	(Iowa	resident)
which	career	is	his	or	her	best	choice.		This	course	is	offered	at	        Instructor:	Noel	Gorden	          $195	(non-resident)
three	different	times	during	the	term	for	your	convenience	and	
carries	one	hour	of	credit.		In	Ottumwa	call	(641)	683-5233	or	
1-800-726-2585,	 ext.	5233	 and	 in	 Centerville	 call	 1-800-670-
3641,	 ext	 2214	 or	 (641)	 856-2143	 to	 enroll	 in	 the	 session	 of	
your	choice.

Career Exploration
11/CS SDV 130 S1	                 March	7-9                                 · General Information--On	 average,	 state	 general	
IHCC	Testing	Center	              8:30	a.m.–	2:30	p.m.                        aid	appropriations	provide	approximately	48%	of	the	
Trustee	Hall	                     Cost	$130	(Iowa	resident)                   operating	cost	of	the	educational	programs	at	Iowa’s	
Ottumwa	campus	                   $195	(non-resident)                         community	colleges.
Instructor:	Sheri	Ziegler                                                   · English/Language Skills--Individuals	 with	 foreign-
                                                                              speaking	backgrounds	may	improve	their	language	
Career Exploration                                                            skills	and	study	for	the	U.S.	Citizenship	test.
11/CS SDV 130 S2	                 March	28-30                               · Community Service--Short	 courses	 or	 workshops	
IHCC	Testing	Center	              5:30	p.m.	–	9:30	p.m.                       will	be	developed	for	businesses	or	industries	in	the	
Trustee	Hall	                     Cost	$130	(Iowa	resident)                   10-county	area	upon	request,	683-5170.
Ottumwa	campus	                   $195	(non-resident)                       · Unpaid/Child Attendance Policy--No	unregistered	
                                                                              individuals	 will	 be	 permitted	 to	 attend	 course	 offer-
Instructor:	Sheri	Ziegler
                                                                              ings	 unless	 specifically	 indicated	 within	 the	 course	
                                                                              description.	 On-campus	 child-care	 is	 not	 available	
Career Exploration                                                            for	‘on	demand’	requests.	Children	will	not	be	allowed	
11/CS SDV 130 S3	                 April	11-13                                 in	 classrooms	 unless	 the	 curriculum	 is	 specifically	
IHCC	Testing	Center	              8:30	a.m.	–	2:30	p.m.                       designed	for	them	and	permission	is	obtained.
Trustee	Hall	                     Cost	$130	(Iowa	resident)                 · Refund Procedures--Your	payment	will	be	refunded	
Ottumwa	campus	                   $195	(non-resident)                         if	you	pre-register	and	pay	for	classes	cancelled	by	
Instructor:	Sheri	Ziegler                                                     the	college.	If	you	cancel	your	course	pre-registration	
                                                                              prior	 to	 the	 start	 date	 of	 the	 class,	 you	 will	 receive	
                                                                              a	 refund	 of	 tuition	 and	 fees.	 	You	 must	 contact	 the	
                                                                              business	office	to	initiate	the	refunding	process	(641)	
                                                                              683-5221.
                                                                            · Please note--This	publication	is	not	intended	to	be	a	
              To Pre-Register For                                             contract,	explicit	or	implied,	and	the	College	reserves	
        Language Learning Classes Call:                                       the	right	to	make	changes	regarding	the	information	
    641-683-5755 or 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5755                                 contained	herein.



                                                                                                                                  To Register:
                                                                             Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5245 Career Exploration
30




               IHCC also offers noncredit online courses
                          from two sources:
•	 Ed2Go	offers	more	than	300	fully	interactive	courses	on	topics	from	Anatomy	to	Web	Design	that	
   you	can	take	entirely	over	the	internet.	All	courses	include	expert	instructors,	many	of	whom	are	
   nationally	known	authors.		Check	out	the	website	@	www.ed2go.com/ihcc/.
•	 Gatlin	Education	Services	(GES)	offers	open-enrollment	online	certificate	programs.	These	pro-
   grams	are	built	with	a	team	of	professionals	who	work	with	an	existing	textbook	or	base	of	material	
   to	provide	an	effective	online	learning	experience.	Each	program	has	a	set	of	lessons	and	tests;	
   students’	grades	are	calculated	using	a	combination	of	computer-graded	tests	and	the	instructor’s	
   evaluation	of	the	student’s	work.	Please	note:	Once	the	course	is	accessed,	either	by	requesting	
   materials	or	viewing	lessons,	there	are	no	refunds.

IHCC	is	currently	offering	GES	online	courses	in	the	following	areas:	
o	 Construction:	Home	Inspection	Certificate	
o	 Video	Game	Design:	3ds	max	Certificate	Program	
o	 Video	Game	Design:	Video	Game	Design	&	Development	

To	register	for	any	of	these	online	courses,	contact	Steve	Allison	at	641.683.50187	or	800.726.2585,	
ext.	5187,	or	email	sallison@indianhills.edu.




 Ottumwa Campus
 Customized Learning Registration
 Call: 1-800-346-4413
 Tish Reck �������������������������������Secretary & Registration
 683-5249 or Ext� 5249

 Steve Allison ���������������������������Real Estate, Insurance, Relicensure, Business
 683-5187 or Ext� 5187                    Management, Computer, Business & Industry, and
                                          Driving Programs, and General Interest Programs

 Peggy Thie ��������������������������������� Vocational/Technical Programs, Business &
 683-5177 or Ext� 5177                        Industry, RELI Programs, and General Interest
                                              Programs

                                         Toll Free: 1-800-726-2585, plus Ext�__________
  Spring 2011                                                               Commercial Driving Training                31



COMMERCIAL DRIVING                                                      To Pre-register for the
TRAINING                                                             Commercial Driving Training
This	course	covers	the	basic	knowledge	and	skills	used	               please contact rdenner@
in	 over-the-road	 driving.	 	 The	 student	 will	 learn,	 prac-          indianhills.edu or
tice	 and	 perform	 the	 techniques	 necessary	 to	 enter	
the	 industry	 as	 a	 safe,	 competent,	 introductory	 driver.	 	     1-800-726-2585, ext. 5214
All	 students	 are	 required	 to	 provide	 an	 original	 Social	
Security	 card,	 pass	 a	 D.O.T.	 physical	 and	 D.O.T.	 drug	
screen	prior	to	enrollment.		For	more	information	or	to	
pre-register,	please	contact	rdenner@indianhills.edu	or	
call	1-800-726-2585,	ext.	5214.

COMMERCIAL DRIVInG TRAInInG
10/CW*TDT140V*02	
IHCC	North	Campus	
Aviation	Programs	Center	
                               Feb	14-Mar	24
                               MONDAY	through	THURSDAY	
                               8:00am-4:00pm
                                                                                  nOTICE
Rm.:		30	                      Cost:	$1670	                         There	will	be	a	RETURn CHECK FEE of
Instructor:	R.	Simpson
                                                                    $25.00	assessed	for	each	check	returned	
COMMERCIAL DRIVInG TRAInInG                                         for	nonpayment	to	Indian	Hills	Commu-
11/CS*TDT140V*01	              Mar	28-May	5
IHCC	North	Campus	             MONDAY	through	THURSDAY	             nity	College	regardless	of	check	amount.
Aviation	Programs	Center	      8:00am-4:00pm
Rm.:		30	                      Cost:	$1670	
Instructor:	R.	Simpson
                                                                         Susan	Pixley,	
                                                                         Chief	Financial	Officer,
                                                                         Finance	and	Records
COMMERCIAL DRIVInG TRAInInG                                                                                Effective	12/2001
11/CS*TDT140V*02	              May	9-Jun	16
IHCC	North	Campus	             MONDAY	through	THURSDAY	
Aviation	Programs	Center	      8:00am-4:00pm
Rm.:		30	                      Cost:	$1670	
Instructor:	R.	Simpson

COMMERCIAL DRIVInG TRAInInG
(WEEKEnD PROGRAM)
11/CS*TDT140V*03	              Mar	12-May	8
IHCC	North	Campus	             SATURDAY	and	SUNDAY
Aviation	Programs	Center	      7:00am-5:30pm
Rm.:		30	                      Cost:	$1670	
Instructor:	R.	Simpson




                                         AVOID
                                    DISAPPOINTMENT!
     Each term we sadly have to cancel some courses
     because of low enrollment, only to find out the day
     of the first class that several of you intended to en-
     roll� Please help us by registering at least 10 days
     before the course start-date so we won’t have to
     disappoint you�



                                                                                                             To Register:
                                                           Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5214 Commercial Driving Training
   32     Rural Health Education Partnership (RHEP)                                                               Spring 2011



                     RURAL HEALTH EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP
                           RHEP For More Information
        For	more	information	on	any	of	the	RHEP	classes	listed	in	this	brochure	or	information	about	similar	
        classes	 or	 topics,	 please	 contact	 the	 appropriate	 individual	 below.	 Please check our website
        www.indianhills.edu/rhep for the most current listing of workshops and for more details
        on those listed below.
                                        South Central Iowa AHEC,
                                Continuting Education for all health-related
                                         professions, fire training
                                                     Lori	Reeves
                                               Department	Chair,	RHEP
                                       641-683-5337					1-800-726-2585,	ext	5183
                                                     Sandy	Berto
                                               Program	Assistant,	RHEP
                                       641-683-5183					1-800-726-2585,	ext	5183
                                                    Diana	Harness
                                               Program	Assistant,	RHEP
                                       641-683-5205					1-800-726-2585,	ext	5205

                                                 Course Registration
                                                       Vicki	Ellis
                                               Administration	Assistant
                                       641-683-5281					1-800-726-2585,	ext	5281

                                                      CPR, First Aid
                                                    Diana	Harness
                                             Training	Center	Coordinator
                                      American	Heart	Association	Training	Centerr
                                      641-683-5205					1-800-726-2585,	ext	5205

                 Certified nurse Aide, Medication Manager, Activity Coordinator,
                           or other short-term Health Related Programs
                                                     Scott	Johnson
                                     Coordinator,	Nurse	Aide	and	Related	Programs
                                      641-683-5217					1-800-726-2585,	ext	5217

                                          Initial EMS Licensure Classes
                                                     Cindy	Hewitt
                                                   EMS	Programs
                                       641-683-5122					1-800-726-2585,	ext	5122

   RHEP Refund Policy
   No	refunds	will	be	issued	for	cancellation	made	three	days	or	less	prior	to	an	event.		Individuals	who	pre-register	for	an	
   event	and	do	not	cancel	their	registration	or	attend	the	class	will	be	charged	for	the	course	tuition.

   †		The	South	Central	Iowa	AHEC	(SC	AHEC)	is	funded	through	a	grant	received	by	the	University	of	Iowa	School	of	
   Nursing	from	the	Health	Resources	and	Service	Administration	(HRSA)	(Grant	#1U76HP08262-02-	00).		As	indicated	in	
   the	individual	course	listings,	grant	funds	or	other	resources	have	been	used	to	help	arrange	course	offerings	advertised	
   within	this	newsletter/brochure.



To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5281
  Spring 2011                                                         Rural Health Education Partnership                         33



ACUTE CARE                                                           minimal	 or	 no	 previous	 ACLS	 knowledge	 to	 success-
                                                                     fully	complete	an	ACLS	course.		The	course	will	include	
AND EMERGENCY                                                        a	 thorough	 ECG	 dysrhythmia	 review,	 emergency	 drug	
                                                                     pharmacology,	ACLS	 science,	 electrical	 therapy,	 treat-
CERTIFICATION                                                        ment	algorithms,	and	an	introduction	to	the	ACLS	team	
                                                                     concept.		Completion of the ACLS Prep course prior
COURSES                                                              to ACLS is HIGHLY recommended.

                                                                     ACLS Prep Course
All classes within this section require prereg-                      10/CS*EMS*805*700	                March	11	-	March	11
istration.                                                           IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Friday,	08:00AM	–	05:00PM
                                                                     Rural	Health	Education	Center	    (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own)
If	 there	 is	 insufficient	 enrollment,	 the	 course	 will	 be	     Room:		108
canceled.	 	 If	 there	 is	 sufficient	 enrollment,	 participants	   Tuition:		$65.00	
will	receive	a	letter	approximately	one	week	before	the	             Credit:		8.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	and	respiratory	
course	 outlining	 course	 requirements.	 	 Most	 courses	           therapy
require	 that	 the	 student	 obtain	 and	 read	 the	 course	
textbook	 prior	 to	 class.	 	 Books	 may	 be	 obtained	 from	 Advanced Cardiac Life Support
any	 source,	 but	 are	 available	 in	 the	 IHCC	 bookstore.	 (ACLS)	
Contact	 RHEP	 staff	 for	 current	 edition	 information	 if	 This	course	is	designed	to	provide	the	student	with	ad-
needed                                                                vanced	emergency	cardiovascular	knowledge	and	skills.	       	
                                                                      Treatment	protocols	will	be	based	on	the	current	Ameri-
Cardiac Dysrhythmias                                                  can	Heart	Association	guidelines.		Prerequisites:	PS	or	
                                                                      EMT-P	student	or	certification,	RN	licensure,	eighth	term	
This	course,	taught	by	Pat	Knoot,	BSN,	CLNC,	CCRN-
                                                                      nursing	 student	 or	 Respiratory	 Therapist.	 	 Completion	
A,	is	designed	for	participants	with	minimal	previous	car-
                                                                      of	the	ACLS	Prep	course	prior	to	this	class	is	HIGHLY	
diac	dysrhythmia	knowledge.		Cardiac	electrophysiology	
                                                                      recommended	for	individuals	who	have	not	taken	ACLS	
and	single	lead	ECG	interpretation	will	be	covered.                   before.		Students	are	required	to	obtain	a	current	ACLS	
                                                                      book	 for	 this	 course	 and	 are	 encouraged	 to	 obtain	 an	
Cardiac Dysrhythmias                                                  ECC	handbook.		Books	are	available	in	the	IHCC	book-
11/YR*REL*4335*700	                March	31	-	March	31
IHCC	Main	Campus	                  Thursday,	08:00AM	–	05:00PM        store.	
Rural	Health	Education	Center	     (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own)   Completion of the pre-test on the student CD found
Room:		118                                                            in the student textbook is required for admission to
Tuition:		$50.00	
Credit:		8.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	and	respiratory	
                                                                      this course.
therapy
                                                                     Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
                                                                     11/CS*EMS*810*700	                March	21	-	March	22
Basic 12 Lead ECG Interpretation                                     IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Monday	&	Tuesday,	
This	course,	taught	by	Pat	Knoot,	BSN,	CLNC,	CCRN-                   Rural	Health	Education	Center	    08:00AM	–	05:00PM
                                                                     Room:		118	                       (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own)
A,	will	give	the	participant	the	knowledge	necessary	to	             Tuition:		$130.00	
interpret	12	lead	ECGs	for	signs	of	acute	coronary	syn-              Other	Fee:		$5.50	(Card)
drome.		Prerequisites:	Participants	must	be	proficient	in	           Credit:		16.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	and	respiratory	
                                                                     therapy
single	lead	ECG	interpretation	prior	to	taking	this	course.

Basic 12 Lead ECG Interpretation                                     Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)*
                                                                     11/CS*EMS*810*702	                April	15	-	April	16
11/YR*REL*6020*701	               April	08	-	April	081
                                                                     IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Friday	&	Saturday,	
IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Friday,	08:00AM	–	05:00PM
                                                                     Rural	Health	Education	Center	    08:00AM	–	05:00PM
Rural	Health	Education	Center	    (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own)
                                                                     Room:		117	                       (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own)
Room:		108
                                                                     Tuition:		$130.00	
Tuition:		$50.00	
                                                                     Other	Fee:		$5.50	(Card)
Book	Fee:		$40.00
                                                                     Credit:		16.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	and	respiratory	
Credit:		8.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	and	respiratory	
                                                                     therapy
therapy

                                                                     *There will not be an ACLS Prep class offered prior to
ACLS Prep Course                                                     this course.
This	 class	 is	 designed	 to	 prepare	 the	 participant	 with	


                                                                                                                        To Register:
                                                                                            Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5281
   34      Rural Health Education Partnership                                                                                Spring 2011



Advanced Cardiac Life Support                                        PEARS	textbooks	will	be	available	for	use	during	class	
                                                                     at	no	additional	charge.		For	participants	who	would	like	
(ACLS) Renewal                                                       to	purchase	a	PEARS	textbook	a	$30	fee	would	apply.
This	 course	 is	 designed	 for	 individuals	 with	 current	
ACLS	course	completion.		Participants must bring a
copy of their card or proof of last course comple- Pediatric Emergency Assessment and
tions to the class.		Students	are	required	to	obtain	a	 Resuscitation (PEARS)
current	ACLS	book	for	this	course	and	are	recommend- 11/YR*REL*4523*702	
                                                             IHCC	Main	Campus	
                                                                                      April	09	-	April	09
                                                                                      Saturday,	08:00AM	–	05:00PM
ed	to	obtain	an	ECC	handbook.		Books	are	available	in	 Rural	Health	Education	Center	 (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own)
the	IHCC	bookstore.	                                         Room:		108
                                                                     Tuition:		$20.00	
Individuals	 whose	 ACLS	 has	 expired	 not	 more	 than	 Other	Fee:		$5.50	(Card)
                                                                   Credit:		7.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	and	respiratory	
6	 months	 may	 take	 this	 course	 but	 must	 complete	 all	 therapy
testing	 without	 remediation.	 	 If	 testing	 (hands	 on	 and	 (†	Support	provided	by	SC	AHEC)
written)	is	not	passed	the	first	time	no	re-testing	will	be	
allowed	 and	 the	 individuals	 must	 take	 the	 full	 provider	 Pediatric Advanced Life Support
course.	 	 Completion of the pre-test on the student
CD found in the student textbook is required for ad- (PALS)
mission to this course.                                            This	course	is	designed	to	provide	the	student	with	the	
                                                                   knowledge	and	skills	necessary	to	care	for	newborn	and	
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Re-                           pediatric	patients	in	emergency	medical	situations.		This	
newal                                                              course	is	based	on	current	American	Heart	Association	
11/YR*REL*4504*704	               March	03	-	March	03              guidelines.		Prerequisite:	Current	EMT-P	or	PS	certifica-
IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Thursday,	08:00AM	–	05:00PM      tion,	RN	licensure,	Respiratory	Therapist,	Paramedic	or	
Rural	Health	Education	Center	    (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own) PS	 student,	 seventh-	 term	 nursing	 student.	 	 Students	
Room:		118
Tuition:		$65.00	
                                                                   are	 required	 to	 obtain	 a	 current	 PALS	 book	 for	 this	
Other	Fee:		$5.50	(Card)                                           course	and	it’s	recommended	that	they	obtain	an	ECC	
Credit:		7.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	and	respiratory	     handbook.		Books	are	available	in	the	IHCC	bookstore.	         	
therapy                                                            Completion of the pre-test on the student CD found
                                                                   in the student textbook is required for admission to
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Re-                           this course.
newal
11/YR*REL*4504*705	               March	17	-	March	17                Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Thursday,	08:00AM	–	05:00PM        11/CS*EMS*815*700	                April	01	-	April	02
Rural	Health	Education	Center	    (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own)   IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Friday	&	Saturday,	
Room:		118                                                           Rural	Health	Education	Center	    08:00AM	–	05:00PM
Tuition:		$65.00	                                                    Room:		117	                       (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own)
Other	Fee:		$5.50	(Card)                                             Tuition:		$130.00	
Credit:		7.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	and	respiratory	       Other	Fee:		$5.50	(Card)
                therapy                                              Credit:		16.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	and	respiratory	
                                                                     therapy
Pediatric Emergency Assessment
                                                                     Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
and Resuscitation (PEARS)	†                                          11/CS*EMS*815*701	                April	26	-	April	27
PEARS	is	an	intermediate-level	course	from	the	Ameri- IHCC	Main	Campus	                      Tuesday	&	Wednesday,	
                                                              Rural	Health	Education	Center	 08:00AM	–	05:00PM
can	Heart	Association	designed	for	health	care	provid- Room:		118	                           (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own)
ers	who	less	frequently	see	critically	ill	children	(than	in- Tuition:		$130.00	
dividuals	who	normally	take	a	PALS	class).		The	course	 Other	Fee:		$5.50	(Card)
is	designed	to	prepare	the	learner	to	initiate	and	man- Credit:		16.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	and	respiratory	
                                                              therapy
age	the	first	few	minutes	of	a	pediatric	arrest	or	prevent	
the	arrest	of	a	pediatric	victim	at	risk	of	cardiopulmonary	
distress.		Course	content	covers	pediatric	assessment,	
                                                              Pediatric Advanced Life Support
recognition	and	management	of	shock,	respiratory	and	 (PALS) Renewal
circulatory	 management,	 resuscitation	 team	 concept	 This	 course	 is	 designed	 for	 individuals	 with	 current	
and	the	Chain	of	Survival.		PEARS	may	be	taken	as	a	 course	 completion	 of	 a	 PALS	 provider	 class.	 	 Partici-
preparatory	course	to	PALS.                                   pants must bring a copy of their card or proof of


To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5281
   Spring 2011                                                                   Rural Health Education Partnership                             35


last course completions to the class.	 	 Students	 are	          Faculty	 or	 the	 course	 coordinator/lead	 instructor	 from	
required	to	obtain	the	current	PALS	book	for	this	course	        their	 last	 PALS	 provider	 class	 and	 must	 complete	 the	
and	it	is	recommended	that	they	obtain	an	ECC	hand-              AHA	Core	Instructor	Course	prior	to	the	PALS	Instructor	
book.		Books	are	available	in	the	IHCC	bookstore.		              class.		Preregistration	is	required.	Preregistration	dead-
                                                                 line:	February	07,	2010.		Pre-course	paperwork	will	be	
Individuals	 whose	 PALS	 has	 expired	 not	 more	 than	 6	 sent	to	preregistered	participants.
months	may	take	this	course	but	must	complete	all	test-
ing	without	remediation.		If	testing	(hands	on	and	written)	 Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
is	not	passed	the	first	time	no	re-testing	will	be	allowed	 Instructor
                                                               	
and	 the	 individuals	 must	 take	 the	 full	 provider	 course.	 11/YR*REL*4519*700	                February	21	–	February	21
Completion of the pre-test on the student CD found IHCC	Main	Campus	                                Monday,	08:00AM	–	05:00PM
in the student textbook is required for admission to Rural	Health	Education	Center	                 (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own)
                                                                 Room:		118
this course.                                                     Tuition:		$150.00	required	PALS	Instructor	Book-$35.00,	AHA	Core	
                                                                               Course	DVD	(if	needed)	-$25.00
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)                                         Other	Fee:		$5.50	(Card)
Renewal                                                                        Credit:		8.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	and	respiratory	
11/YR*REL*4511*711	               April	14	-	April	14                          therapy
IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Thursday,	08:00AM	–	04:00PM
Rural	Health	Education	Center	    (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own)
Room:		118                                                                     AMLS Instructor
Tuition:		$65.00	                                             This	course	is	for	current	AMLS	providers	who	wish	to	
Other	Fee:		$5.50	(Card)
Credit:		7.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	and	respiratory	
                                                              become	an	AMLS	instructor.		A	letter	of	recommendation	
therapy                                                       from	a	current	AMLS	course	coordinator	or	instructor	is	
                                                              required.		New	(4th	edition)	material	will	be	covered.		In-
Trauma nurse Core Course (TnCC)                               structor	candidates	must	be	monitored	teaching	prior	to	
This	 course	 is	 intended	 for	 RN’s	 who	 work	 in	 the	 issuance	of	instructor	card.
Emergency	 Room	 setting	 (at	 least	 6	 months	 of	
experience	 is	 recommended).	 	 Other	 health	 care	 AMLS Instructor
                                                              11/YR*REL*4755*701	             March	23	-	March	23
professionals	may	audit	the	course	on	a	space	available	 IHCC	Main	Campus	                    Wednesday,	08:00AM	–	12:00PM
basis.		The	course	covers	the	care	of	the	trauma	patient	 Rural	Health	Education	Center	
in	the	ER.		Books	(6th	Edition)	will	be	mailed	to	the	course	 Room:		118
                                                              Tuition:		$50.00	
                                                            	
participants	approximately	2	weeks	prior	to	the	course.	 Other	Fee:		$10.00	(Card)
EMS	 professionals	 may	 audit	 the	 course	 but	 may	 not	 Credit:		4.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(OE),	nursing	
become	TNCC	certified.		
                                                                               PHTLS Instructor
Trauma nurse Core Course (TnCC)                                                This	course	is	for	current	PHTLS	providers	who	wish	to	
11/YR*REL*4260*701	                        April	26	-	April	27
IHCC	Main	Campus	                          Tuesday	&	Wednesday,	               become	a	PHTLS	instructor.		A	letter	of	recommendation	
Rural	Health	Education	Center	             08:00AM	–	05:00PM                   from	 a	 current	 PHTLS	 course	 coordinator	 or	 instructor	
Room:		108	                                (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own)    is	required.		New	(7th	edition)	material	will	be	covered.	  	
Tuition:		$130.00																									 Book	Fee:		$60.00	(Books	will	be	
mailed	2	wks	prior	to	class)                                                   Instructor	candidates	must	be	monitored	teaching	prior	
Other	Fee:		$60.00	(ENA	Surcharge)                                             to	issuance	of	instructor	card.
Credit:		16.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	and	respiratory	
therapy                                                                        PHTLS Instructor
                                                                               11/YR*REL*4755*700	               March	23	-	March	23
                                                                               IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Wednesday,	01:00PM	–	05:00PM
Pediatric Advanced Life                                                        Rural	Health	Education	Center	
                                                                               Room:		118
Support (PALS) Instructor                                                      Tuition:		$50.00	
This	 course	 is	 designed	 for	 individuals	 wishing	 to	 be-                 Other	Fee:		$10.00	(Card)
come	 PALS	 instructors.	 	 Students	 must	 have	 current	                     Credit:		4.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(OE),	nursing	
AHA	 PALS	 provider	 status,	 must	 become	 aligned	 with	
an	 AHA	 Training	 Center,	 must	 have	 an	 instructor	 rec-
ommendation	from	a	Regional	Faculty,	Training	Center	



                                                                                                                                    To Register:
                                                                                                       Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5281
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 Prehospital Trauma Life Support                                              GENERAL CLASSES,
 (PHTLS)
 This	course	is	designed	to	provide	the	student	with	the	                     CONFERENCES &
 knowledge	 and	 skills	 necessary	 to	 care	 for	 patients	 in	
 emergency	trauma	situations.		The	course	is	based	on	                        WORKSHOPS
 the	current	National	Association	of	Emergency	Medical	
 Technicians	(NAEMTs)	Prehospital	Trauma	Life	Support	 Dr. Chris Okiishi’s Spring Mental
 (PHTLS)	curriculum.		Students	are	required	to	obtain	a	
 current	PHTLS	book	for	this	course.		Books	are	avail- Health Workshop†
 able	in	the	IHCC	bookstore.		Prerequisite:		Licensure	as	 Topics	 for	 this	 spring’s	 workshop	 are	 still	 being	 devel-
 an	EMS	provider	or	nurse.		                                     oped.		Please	check	the	RHEP	website	www.indianhills.
                                                                 com/rhep	 for	 a	 complete	 flyer	 with	 specific	 topics	 after	
 Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS)                         the	beginning	of	the	year.
 10/CW*EMS*820*700	                February	18	–	February	19
 IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Friday	&	Saturday,	08:00AM	–	
 05:00PM
 Rural	Health	Education	Center	    (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own)           Dr. Chris Okiishi’s Spring Mental Health
 Room:		108                                                                   Workshop
 Tuition:		$130.00                                                            11/YR*REL*4097*720 (AM Session)	 09:00am-12:00pm
 Other	Fee:		$5.50	(Card)                                                     11/YR*REL*4097*721 (PM Session) 01:00pm	–	04:00pm
 Credit:		16.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	                              11/YR*REL*4097*722 (All Day)
                                                                              IHCC	Main	Campus	                    Friday,	April	01-	April	01
                                                                              Rural	Health	Education	Center	
 Geriatric Education for EMS (GEMS)                                           Room:		108
 This	course	was	developed	by	the	American	Geriatrics	                        Tuition:		$15.00	for	each	session	or	$30.00	for	all	day	
                                                                              Lunch:		$7.00	(Optional-	Please	make	sure	you	indicate	when	you	
 Society	 and	 the	 National	 Council	 of	 State	 EMS	 Train-                 preregister	if	you	want	lunch.)
 ing	Coordinators	and	is	designed	to	prepare	emergency	                       Credit:		16.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	and	social	workers	
 medical	providers	to	deliver	state-of-the-art	care	to	the	                   for	each	session
                                                                              (†	Support	provided	by	SC	AHEC)							
 older	adult.		Health	care	providers	will	be	instructed	on	
 the	use	of	the	GEMS	diamond	to	assess	and	manage	ill,	
                                                              Dr. Okiishi requires a 30 day cancellation window. For
 injured,	or	disabled	older	adults.		Physical	assessment,	
                                                              that reason, this course will be cancelled if there is
 environmental	 issues	 and	 social	 aspects	 affecting	 the	
                                                              not sufficient enrollment by March 1, 2011, so please
 older	adult	will	be	discussed.
                                                              register early.
 Geriatric Education for EMS (GEMS)
 11/CS*EMS*823*700	                        March	18	-	March	19                3 P’s in a Pod. Professional.
 IHCC	Main	Campus	                         Friday	&	Saturday,	08:00AM	–	
 05:00PM                                                                      Personal. Peer. †
 Rural	Health	Education	Center	            (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own)   This	is	a	regional	educational	conference	for	direct	care	
 Room:		108
 Tuition:		$130.00																								                                    workers	 sponsored	 by	 Iowa	 CareGivers	Association	 in	
 Other	Fee:		$10.00	(Card)                                                    cooperation	with	Indian	Hills	Community	College.		This	
 Credit:		16.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	nursing	and	respiratory	              conference	 has	 been	 developed	 for	 Certified	 Nursing	
 therapy
                                                                              Assistants,	Home	Care	Aides,	Patient	Care	Techs,	Hos-
                                                                              pice,	 Rehabilitation,	 and	 Medication	 Aides,	 Personal	
                                                                              Care/Support	 Workers	 and	 other	 direct	 care	 workers.	
                                                                              Program	topics	will	include	a	motivational	speaker,	Iowa	
                                                                              CareGivers	Association	 programs,	 resources	 for	 direct	
                                                                              care	 workers,	 serving	 dementia	 clients,	 understanding	
                                                                              the	 needs	 of	 individuals	 with	 disabilities,	 a	 fun	 Color	
                                                                              Code	 program	 to	 learn	 more	 about	 different	 personali-
                                                                              ties	to	enhance	teamwork,	state’s	efforts	to	promote	the	
                                                                              direct	care/support	profession,	and	recognitions.




To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5281
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3 P’s in a Pod. Professional. Personal. Peer.                                sitting.	The	 class	 is	 open	 to	 students	 age	 11-14	 years	
April	19	-	April	19                                                          of	age.		Participants	should	bring	a	12-16”	doll	or	teddy	
IHCC	Main	Campus	                     Tuesday,	08:45AM	–	03:45PM
Rural	Health	Education	Center	                                               bear	to	class	with	them.	Class	size	is	limited.		Prereg-
Room:		108	-	109                                                             istration	is	required.		Another	class	will	be	held	in	early	
Tuition:		**There	is	no	cost	to	attend	this	program.		A	light	continental	   June.
breakfast	and	lunch	will	be	provided.
Credit:		Certificates	of	attendance	will	be	provided	by	the	Iowa	Care-
Givers	Association                                                           BLAST Babysitting Course
Reg. Info: Call the Iowa CareGivers Association at (515) 223-                11/YR*VOC*4378*700	                April	25	–	April	25
1721 or email Georgeanna.spagnola@iowacaregivers.org to                      IHCC	Main	Campus	                  Monday,	09:00AM	–	04:00PM
register. Online registration is available at www.iowacaregivers.            Rural	Health	Education	Center	
org soon.                                                                    Room:		108
                                                                             Tuition:		$45.00	includes	lunch,	CPR	book,	BLAST	book,	first	aid	kit,	
                                                                             babysitter	busy	bag	and	other	class	materials.
** This program made possible through a contract with the Iowa
                                                                             (†	Support	provided	by	SC	AHEC)					
Department of Public Health #5881SN02
(†	Support	provided	by	SC	AHEC)							

                                                                             Massage Therapy
How to Remain Professional under
Difficult Circumstances with Vaness                                          Low Back Specifics –with Mario
Oden†                                                                        Castro in partnership With Carlson
In	this	program	Vaness	Oden	will	help	participants	to	not	
only	have	a	better	understanding	of	what	professional-
                                                                             College of Massage Therapy †
                                                                             Low	back	specifics	will	encompass	the	nomenclature	of	
ism	and	professional	conduct	is	but	will	provide	partici-
                                                                             the	low	back	including	all	of	the	low	back	muscles	–	glu-
pants	with	the	skills	needed	to	maintain	professional	in	
                                                                             teals,	 erectors,	 quadratus	 lumborum,	 iliopsoas,	 rectus	
dealing	 with	 difficult	 people	 and	 circumstances	 and	 in	
                                                                             addominus,	 quads,	 etc	 and	 their	 synergistic	 coopera-
handling	confrontational	situations.
                                                                             tives.		You	will	learn	to	use	clinical	reasoning	skills	that	
                                                                             will	help	you	become	a	better	detective	for	your	patient/
How to Remain Professional under Difficult
                                                                             client.		This	class	will	provide	a	practical	hands-on	expe-
Circumstances with Vaness Oden                                               rience	that	you	will	be	able	to	implement	IMMEDIATELY	
11/YR*HEA*3014*805	                  April	04	–	April	04
IHCC	Main	Campus	                    Monday,	06:00PM	–	08:00PM               in	your	practice.		This	class	is	meant	to	be	thought	pro-
Rural	Health	Education	Center	                                               voking,	stimulating	and	FUN!
Room:		108
Tuition:		$10.00	payable	at	class	to	the	Southeast	Iowa	Association	
of	Activity	Professionals                                                    Low Back Specifics –with Mario Castro in
Other	Fee:		$10.00	(Card)                                                    partnership With Carlson College of Massage
Credit:		2.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(OE),	nursing,	social	work,	respira-
tory	therapy,	PT/OT,	Nursing	Home	Administrators,	Department	                Therapy
                                                                             11/YR*REL*4360*700	                May	06	–	May	07
Heads	in	Long	Term	Care,	Residential	Care	Administrators
                                                                             IHCC	Main	Campus	                  Friday	05:30PM	–	9:30PM	
(†	Support	provided	by	SC	AHEC)					                                         Rural	Health	Education	Center	     Saturday,	09:00AM	–	06:00PM	
                                                                             (Lunch	on	your	own)
                                                                             Room:		109
BLAST Babysitting Course†                                                    Tuition:		$195.00	
The	 BLAST!	 (Babysitting	 Lessons	 and	 Safety	 Train-                      Credit:		12.0	Contact	hours	for	Massage	Therapy,	(NCBTMB	ap-
ing)	program	is	an	exciting	and	interactive	course	that	                     proved	hours	provided	by	Carlson	college)	and	Physical	Therapy	
                                                                             (PT/PTA)
teaches	participants	to	set	up	and	run	their	own	babysit-                    (†	Support	provided	by	SC	AHEC)							
ting	 business,	 how	 to	 handle	 the	 basics	 of	 child	 care,	
how	to	react	responsibility	to	medical	emergencies	and	
injuries,	how	to	perform	first	aid	for	common	childhood	
injuries	and	illnesses	and	how	to	entertain	children	with	
activities.		Participants	will	complete	the	American	Heart	
Association	Family	&	Friends	CPR	course	and	receive	
a	 CPR	 participation	 card.	 	 During	 the	 one	 day	 course	
students	will	also	make	first	aid	kits	and	babysitter	busy	
bags	filled	with	games	and	activities	to	use	while	baby-


                                                                                                                                   To Register:
                                                                                                     Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5281
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Physical Therapy                                                    Afternoon Session: Spock Talk! What Ev-
                                                                    ery Youth Care Professional Should Know
Pediatric Physical Therapy in Rural                                 About Developmental Psychology
                                                                    A	 good	 knowledge	 of	 developmental	 psychology	 can	
Areas - Kelly Heysinger, DPT & Kiley                                greatly	influence	how	professionals	assess	and	respond	
Rahe, DPT†                                                          to	 children,	 youth,	 and	 adults	 presenting	 with	 serious	
Kelly	 Heysinger	 and	 Kiley	 Rahe	 are	 licensed	 Physical	        emotional	 and/or	 behavioral	 issues.	 This	 entertaining,	
Therapists	who	have	worked	extensively	with	pediatric-              (almost)	 jargon-free	 workshop	 examines	 some	 of	 the	
based	clienteles.		In	this	highly	energetic	program	Kelly	          key	developmental	periods,	and	illustrates	how	failure	to	
&	 Kiley	 will	 review	 both	 typical	 and	 atypical	 pediatric	    meet	developmental	tasks	and	milestones	can	be	mani-
development.	Participants	will	develop	a	thorough	com-              fested	later	in	life.	Topics	covered	include:	How	to	help	
prehension	of	common	pediatric	disorders	and	will	gain	             neurologically	 inflexible	 young	 people,	 the	 implications	
knowledge	on	the	evaluation	and	treatment	techniques	               of	failed	bonding,	the	origin	and	treatment	of	character	
for	 the	 pediatric	 client.	 	 Each	 participant	 will	 explore	   disorders,	why	at-risk	kids	have	trouble	making	and	sus-
equipment	 and	 wheelchairs	 commonly	 used	 to	 assist	            taining	 friends	 –	 and	 what	 to	 do	 about	 this,	 why	 “split-
the	pediatric	client	and	will	gain	knowledge	of	evidenced	          ting”	and	staff	dissention	are	often	prevalent	in	child	wel-
based	principles	of	treatment	techniques	for	the	pediat-            fare	settings–	and	how	to	alleviate	tensions;	and	a	new	
ric	client.                                                         and	developmentally-friendly	definition	of	success	in	the	
                                                                    work	with	at-risk	children,	youth,	and	their	families.
Pediatric Physical Therapy in Rural Areas -
Kelly Heysinger, DPT & Kiley Rahe, DPT                              A Day with Charlie Appelstein
11/YR*REL*4033*702	                 May	14	–	May	14                 11/YR REL 4097 723                 Morning Session,
IHCC	Main	Campus	                   Friday	08:00AM	–	04:00PM	                                          08:00AM - 12:00PM
Rural	Health	Education	Center	      	(Lunch	on	your	own)            11/YR REL 4097 724                 Afternoon Session,
Room:		108                                                                                             01:00PM - 05:00PM
Tuition:		$100.00	                                                  11/YR REL 4097 725                 All Day
Credit:		7.0	Contact	hours	for	Physical	Therapy	(PT/PTA)            IHCC Main Campus                   June 10, 2011 – June 10, 2011
(†	Support	provided	by	SC	AHEC)							                              Rural	Health	Education	Center
                                                                    Rooms:	108-109
                                                                    Tuition:	$20	either	session	or	$40	all	day		-	Lunch:	$7	(Optional-
                                                                    Please	make	sure	you	indicate	when	you	preregister	if	you	want	
A Day with Charlie Appelstein†                                      lunch.)
                                                                    Credit:	4.0	contact	hours	for	either	session	for	nursing,	EMS	(FE),	
                                                                    social	workers,	residential	care	workers	and	other	health	care	profes-
Morning Session: “The Glass Ain’t Full,                             sions	who	care	for	children.		This	program	is	also	open	to	educators	
                                                                    as	well	as	concerned	family	members.
Heck it’s Overflowing!” The Power of a                              (†	Support	provided	by	SC	AHEC)							
Strength-Based Approach in Reshaping
the Lives of Troubled Children and Youth                            Emergency Vehicle Operations
Strength-based	 practice	 is	 an	 emerging	 approach	 to	
helping	 troubled	 children	 and	 their	 families	 that	 is	 ex-    Course (EVOC)
ceptionally	 positive	 and	 inspiring.	 This	 half-day	 work-       This	course	is	designed	to	provide	the	student	with	the	
shop	 will	 high	 lights	 many	 of	 the	 key	 principles	 and	      knowledge	 and	 skills	 necessary	 to	 safely	 operate	 an	
techniques	of	this	transforming	modality.	Areas	covered	            emergency	vehicle.		Students	will	spend	the	first	day	in	
include:	What	is	strength-based	practice	and	the	power	             the	 classroom	 and	 the	 second	 day	 driving	 emergency	
of	 a	 positive	 attitude;	 strength-based	 communication	          vehicles	on	a	closed	course.		
principles	 and	 techniques	 -	 including	 reframing,	 solu-
tion	focused	questions,	and	using	inspiring	metaphors;;	            Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC)
self-esteem	 building	 &	 activities	 for	 at-risk	 children	       11/CS*EMS*830*700	                May	06	-	May	07
                                                                    IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Friday	&	Saturday,	
and	 youth;	 how	 to	 help	 inflexible	 and	 explosive	 young	      Rural	Health	Education	Center	    08:00AM	–	04:00PM
people;	 the	 importance	 of	 being	 family	 centered;	 why,	       Room:		117	                       (with	an	hour	lunch	on	your	own)
how,	and	when	to	use	incentive	plans;	the	importance	               Tuition:		$130.00	
of	controlling	personal	emotions	and	affect	control		(i.e.	         Credit:		14.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(OE),	14.0	contact	hours	for	
                                                                    firefighters
managing	number	one	first);	respectful	limit	setting;	and	
a	host	of	creative	cognitive	behavioral	strategies.


To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5281
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EMS Instructor Update
This	update	is	required	once	each	recertification	period	                                   The
for	EMS	instructors	who	wish	to	maintain	their	instruc-
tor	(T)	endorsement.
                                                                              South Central Iowa 
                                                                         Area Health Education Center
EMS Instructor Update
11/YR*HEA*3100*795	               March	01	-	March	01                    is now located on the Indian Hills campus.
IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Tuesday,	07:00PM	–	09:00PM
Video	Conference	Training	Center	                                        * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Room:		TBD
Tuition:		$5.00	                                                      The long-term goal of the South Central Iowa
Credit:		2.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE)                                  AHEC is to increase access to healthcare in rural
                                                                      and under-served areas. We hope to accomplish
EMS Evaluator Workshop                                                this by addressing four primary focus areas:
This	workshop	is	required	for	individuals	who	wish	to	be-
come	evaluators	at	EMS	practical	examination	testing.	   	             ● Health Careers Exploration and Preparation
Current	evaluators	are	not	required	to	attend	this	class	                  AHEC sponsors school lessons, camps,
more	than	once.                                                            career fairs and other pipeline activi-
                                                                           ties that recruit K-12 students into health
EMS Evaluator Workshop                                                     careers.
11/YR*HEA*3100*796	               March	08	-	March	08
IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Tuesday,	07:00PM	–	09:00PM
Video	Conference	Training	Center	
                                                                       ● Support of Health Care Professions Students
Room:		TBD                                                                 AHEC helps place and support students
Tuition:		$5.00	
Credit:		2.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE)
                                                                           in clinical rotations in rural and under-
                                                                           served areas and sponsors activities and
EMS CE Saturday                                                            programs to engage students into these
This	 program	 will	 offer	 various	 topics	 of	 interest	 to	             communities.
emergency	 medical	 providers.	 All	 content	 will	 satisfy	
                                                                       ● Health Care Provider Professional Education
requirements	for	formal	EMS	recertification	credit.	Spe-
cific	speakers	and	topics	are	currently	being	arranged.	                 & Assistance
Please	 check	 the	 RHEP	 website	 www.indianhills.edu/                    AHEC holds professional re-licensure and
rhep	for	more	information.                                                 continuing education courses and pro-
                                                                           grams for current health care providers.
EMS CE Saturday
11/YR*REL*4755*707	                   February	26	-	February	26        ● Community Health Development
IHCC	Main	Campus	                     Saturday,	08:00AM	–	02:30PM
Rural	Health	Education	Center	                                            AHEC sponsors health fairs, community
Room:		108                                                                classes and other activities that help meet
Tuition:		Free	to	individuals	who	live	or	work	in	Wapello	County,	
$10.00	for	others.	                                                       health needs of communities.
Credit:		7.0	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	and	Nursing


SENIOR LUNCH & LEARNS
Although	open	to	anyone,	this	series	of	Lunch	&	Learn	
classes	will	feature	subjects	of	interest	specifically	to	our	
senior	 population.	 	 Re-licensure	 continuing	 education	
will	not	be	offered	for	these	courses.		All	Senior	Lunch	
&	 Learn	 classes	 will	 be	 held	 in	 the	 back	 of	 the	 IHCC	
cafeteria	in	the	Arts	and	Sciences	Complex.		Lunch	will	
begin	at	12	p.m.	for	each	with	the	continuing	education	
program	from	12:30-2:00	p.m.		Participants	are	encour-



                                                                                                              To Register:
                                                                                      Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5281
   40      Rural Health Education Partnership                                                                     Spring 2011



aged	 to	 use	 the	 Grandview	 entrance	 and	 park	 on	 the	
belt	drive	adjacent	to	the	library	(former	chapel)	for	the	        Dependent Adult/Child
most	convenient	parking	and	shortest	walk.		
                                                                   Abuse
March: Anxious About Anxiety? – Tips to                            This	 course	 meets	 the	 Iowa	 Code	 235.B.16(5)	
Calm Those Fears                                                   requirements	 for	 nurse	 aides,	 foster	 parents,	 daycare	
11/YR*HEA*4200*708	               March	11	-	March	11
IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Friday,	11:30AM	–	02:00PM        providers	and	other	health	care	providers	as	mandatory	
Food	Service	Cafeteria	           (Lunch	at	12:00	pm)              reporters	of	adult/child	abuse.
Room:		247
Cost:		$6.00	(Includes	Lunch)
                                                                   Dependent Adult Abuse
                                                                   11/YR*REL*4506*807	             February	24	-	February	24
April: Everything Coming Up Roses – Asthma.                        IHCC	Main	Campus	               Thursday,	08:00AM	-	10:00AM
                                                                   Rural	Health	Education	Center
Hayfever and Allergies.                                            Room:		118
11/YR*HEA*4200*709	               April	15	-	April	15              Tuition:		$15.00	
IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Friday,	11:30AM	–	02:00PM        Credit:		2.0	CEH’s/CH’s
Food	Service	Cafeteria	           (Lunch	at	12:00	pm)
Room:		247
Cost:		$6.00	(Includes	Lunch)                                      Child Abuse
                                                                   11/YR*REL*4507*807	             February	24	-	February	24
                                                                   IHCC	Main	Campus	               Thursday,	10:00AM	-	12:00PM
May: Life is a Picnic – Without the Ants.                          Rural	Health	Education	Center
11/YR*HEA*4200*710	               May	13	-	May	13                  Room:		118
IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Friday,	11:30AM	–	02:00PM        Tuition:		$15.00
Food	Service	Cafeteria	           (Lunch	at	12:00	pm)              Credit:		2.0	CEH’s/CH’s
Room:		247
Cost:		$6.00	(Includes	Lunch)
                                                                   Dependent Adult Abuse
                                                                   11/YR*REL*4506*710	             March	10	-	March	10
LUNCH & LEARNS WITH                                                IHCC	Main	Campus	
                                                                   Rural	Health	Education	Center
                                                                                                   Thursday,	05:00PM	-	07:00PM


DR. MURRAY                                                         Room:		118
                                                                   Tuition:		$15.00
                                                                   Credit:		2.0	CEH’s/CH’s
All	 Lunch	 &	 Learn	 classes	 will	 be	 held	 in	 the	 back	 of	
the	 IHCC	 cafeteria	 in	 the	Arts	 and	 Sciences	 Complex.	 Child Abuse
                                                                	
                                                                  11/YR*REL*4507*710	              March	10	-	March	10
Lunch	will	begin	at	12	pm	for	each	with	the	continuing	 IHCC	Main	Campus	                          Thursday,	07:00PM	-	09:00PM
education	program	from	11:30-1:00	p.m.	For	full	course	 Rural	Health	Education	Center
information	and	objective	see	the	course	flier	at:		www. Room:		118
                                                                  Tuition:		$15.00
indianhills/RHEP.	                                                Credit:		2.0	CEH’s/CH’s

March: Suicide - What to Look For, What                            Dependent Adult Abuse
To Do                                                              11/YR*REL*4506*808	             March	24	-	March	24
11/YR*REL*4097*710	               March	08	-	March	08              IHCC	Main	Campus	               Thursday,	08:00AM	-	10:00AM
IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Friday,	01:00PM	–	02:00PM        Rural	Health	Education	Center
Food	Service	Cafeteria	           (Lunch	at	12:00	pm)              Room:		118
Room:		247                                                         Tuition:		$15.00	
Cost:		$25.00	(Includes	Lunch)                                     Credit:		2.0	CEH’s/CH’s
Other	Fees:		$5.00	(Card)
Credit:		1.5	CH’s/CEH’s	for	EMS	(FE),	Nursing	and	Social	Workers
                                                                   Child Abuse
                                                                   11/YR*REL*4507*808	             March	24	-	March	24
                                                                   IHCC	Main	Campus	               Thursday,	10:00AM	-	12:00PM
                                                                   Rural	Health	Education	Center
                                                                   Room:		118
                                                                   Tuition:		$15.00
                                                                   Credit:		2.0	CEH’s/CH’s

                                                                   Dependent Adult Abuse
                                                                   11/YR*REL*4506*711	             April	14	-	April	14
                                                                   IHCC	Main	Campus	               Thursday,	05:00PM	-	07:00PM



To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5281
  Spring 2011                                                  Rural Health Education Partnership                            41



                                                              IHCC AHA TRAINING
Rural	Health	Education	Center
Room:		118
Tuition:		$15.00
Credit:		2.0	CEH’s/CH’s                                       CENTER
Child Abuse
11/YR*REL*4507*711	             April	14	-	April	14           American Heart Association CPR/
IHCC	Main	Campus	               Thursday,	07:00PM	-	09:00PM
Rural	Health	Education	Center                                 First Aid Classes
Room:		118                                                    For	further	information	on	the	following	courses	or	to	schedule	on	site	
Tuition:		$15.00                                              classes	designed	specifically	for	your	business	needs	contact	Diana	
Credit:		2.0	CEH’s/CH’s                                       Harness	at	641-683-5205.	E-mail:		dharness@indianhills.edu


Dependent Adult Abuse                                         Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid
11/YR*REL*4506*809	             April	21	-	April	21           Heartsaver	Pediatric	First	Aid	Course	teaches	rescuers	
IHCC	Main	Campus	               Thursday,	08:00AM	-	10:00AM
Rural	Health	Education	Center
                                                              to	effectively	recognize	and	treat	pediatric	emergencies	
Room:		118                                                    in	the	critical	first	minutes	until	emergency	medical	ser-
Tuition:		$15.00	                                             vices	personnel	arrive.		The	course	provides	a	complete	
Credit:		2.0	CEH’s/CH’s                                       health	and	safety	training	solution	for	first	aid	for	infants	
                                                              and	 children.	 	AHA	 course	 completion	 card	 issued	 on	
Child Abuse                                                   successful	completion.
11/YR*REL*4507*809	             April	21	-	April	21
IHCC	Main	Campus	               Thursday,	10:00AM	-	12:00PM
Rural	Health	Education	Center                                 Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid
Room:		118                                                    11/YR*HEA*2007*C11	               February	22	-	February	22
Tuition:		$15.00                                              IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Tuesday,	05:30PM	–	08:30PM
Credit:		2.0	CEH’s/CH’s                                       Rural	Health	Education	Center	
                                                              Room:		109
                                                              Cost:		$20.00	
Dependent Adult Abuse                                         Other	Fees:		$17.00	(Book	Included)
11/YR*REL*4506*712	             May	12	-	May	12
IHCC	Main	Campus	               Thursday,	05:00PM	-	07:00PM
Rural	Health	Education	Center                                 Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid
Room:		118                                                    11/YR*HEA*2007*C16	               April	05	-	April	05
Tuition:		$15.00                                              IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Tuesday,	05:30PM	–	08:30PM
Credit:		2.0	CEH’s/CH’s                                       Rural	Health	Education	Center	
                                                              Room:		109
                                                              Cost:		$20.00	
Child Abuse                                                   Other	Fees:		$17.00	(Book	Included)
11/YR*REL*4507*712	             May	12	-	May	12
IHCC	Main	Campus	               Thursday,	07:00PM	-	09:00PM
Rural	Health	Education	Center                                 Heartsaver CPR Adult/Child/Infant
Room:		118                                                    Heartsaver	 adult,	 child,	 and	 infant	 CPR	 teaches	 lay	
Tuition:		$15.00
                                                              rescuers	 how	 to	 recognize	 and	 treat	 life-threatening	
                                                              emergencies,	 including	 cardiac	 arrest	 and	 choking	 for	
Dependent Adult Abuse
11/YR*REL*4506*810	             May	19	-	May	19               adult,	 child	 and	 infant	 victims.	 	 Students	 also	 learn	 to	
IHCC	Main	Campus	               Thursday,	08:00AM	-	10:00AM   recognize	the	warning	signs	of	heart	attack	and	stroke	in	
Rural	Health	Education	Center                                 adult	and	breathing	difficulties	in	children.		This	course	
Room:		118
Tuition:		$15.00	                                             teaches	 rescue	 breathing	 with	 and	 without	 the	 use	 of	
Credit:		2.0	CEH’s/CH’s                                       barrier	devices.		This	course	will	incorporate	adult,	child	
                                                              and	infant	CPR.		AHA	course	completion	card	issued	on	
Child Abuse                                                   successful	completion	of	skills	evaluation.**
11/YR*REL*4507*810	             May	19	-	May	19
IHCC	Main	Campus	               Thursday,	10:00AM	-	12:00PM   Heartsaver CPR Adult/Child/Infant
Rural	Health	Education	Center                                 11/YR*HEA*1010*C16	               March	08	-	March	08
Room:		118                                                    IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Tuesday,	05:30PM	–	08:30PM
Tuition:		$15.00                                              Rural	Health	Education	Center	
Credit:		2.0	CEH’s/CH’s                                       Room:		109
                                                              Cost:		$20.00	
                                                              Other	Fees:		$13.00	(Book	Included)




                                                                                                                     To Register:
                                                                                       Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5281
   42      Rural Health Education Partnership                                                                         Spring 2011



Heartsaver CPR Adult/Child/Infant
11/YR*HEA*1010*C20	               May	03	-	May	03                    FIRE FIGHTER COURSES
IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Tuesday,	05:30PM	–	08:30PM
Rural	Health	Education	Center	
Room:		109
Cost:		$20.00	                                                       Fire Fighter I, Fire Fighter II, Pumper
Other	Fees:		$13.00	(Book	Included)
                                                                     Driver/Operator	
                                                                     Indian	Hills	can	offer	any	of	the	above	three	classes	at	
BLS Healthcare Provider Renewal                                      local	 fire	 departments	 through	 the	 volunteer	 fire	 fight-
Course	 description: This	 course	 is	 designed	 to	 renew	          er’s	training	fund	with	no	tuition	charges	to	participants.	   	
healthcare	 providers	 in	 the	 skills	 of	 CPR,	 AED,	 and	         Classes	require	a	minimum	of	12	students	to	qualify	for	
FBAO	for	victims	of	all	ages.		It	is	intended	for	partici-           use	 of	 the	 fund	 but	 participants	 from	 several	 depart-
pants	who	have	completed	the	Healthcare	Provider	Ini-                ments	may	be	grouped	together	to	meet	the	minimum.	            	
tial	 class	 in	 the	 past	 2	 years	 and	 who	 provide	 care	 to	   Fire	departments	are	responsible	for	supplying	the	ap-
patients	in	a	wide	variety	of	settings	both	in	and	out	of	
                                                                     propriate	 textbook	 which	 may	 be	 purchased	 from	 the	
hospital. AHA	 course	 completion	 card	 issued	 on	 suc-
                                                                     FSTB	 at	 a	 discount.	 	 Fire	 departments	 may	 maintain	
cessful	completion	of	skills	evaluation.**
                                                                     books	to	use	on	a	loan	out	basis	rather	than	purchasing	
                                                                     them	every	time	a	course	is	conducted.
BLS Healthcare Provider Renewal
11/YR*HEA*1001*C93	              February	23	-	February	23
IHCC	Main	Campus	                Wednesday,	05:30PM	–	09:30PM        Properly	qualified	instructors	from	your	department	can	
Rural	Health	Education	Center	                                       be	utilized	to	teach	the	course(s)	or	Indian	Hills	can	pro-
Room:		109
Cost:		$36.00	
                                                                     vide	 an	 instructor	 acceptable	 to	 the	 department.	 	 (*In-
Other	Fees:		$4.00	                                                  structors	 must	 be	 certified	 at	 the	 level	 of	 course	 they	
                                                                     are	teaching	and	have	completed	Fire	Instructor	training	
BLS Healthcare Provider Renewal                                      and	must	provide	proof	of	both.)
11/YR*HEA*1001*CD2	              March	22	-	March	22
IHCC	Main	Campus	                Tuesday,	05:30PM	–	09:30PM
Rural	Health	Education	Center	                                       Arrangements	may	be	made	with	the	FSTB	to	schedule	
Room:		109                                                           certification	testing	at	the	end	of	the	course	(if	desired)	
Cost:		$36.00	                                                       or	 certification	 testing	 is	 also	 offered	 in	 Ottumwa	 each	
Other	Fees:		$4.00	
                                                                     year	in	conjunction	with	the	annual	IHCC	Fire	School.		
BLS Healthcare Provider Renewal
11/YR*HEA*1001*CD3	              April	20	-	April	20                 For	more	information	about	these	courses	or	to	sched-
IHCC	Main	Campus	                Wednesday,	05:30PM	–	09:30PM        ule	a	class	contact	Lori	Reeves	at	(800)	726-2585,	ext.	
Rural	Health	Education	Center	                                       5337	or	(641)	683-5337	or	email	lreeves@indianhills.
Room:		109
Cost:		$36.00	                                                       edu.
Other	Fees:		$4.00	

BLS Healthcare Provider Renewal
11/YR*HEA*1001*CG3	              May	17	-	May	17
IHCC	Main	Campus	                Monday,	05:30PM	–	09:30PM
Rural	Health	Education	Center	
Room:		109
Cost:		$36.00	
Other	Fees:		$4.00	


**The	 American	 Heart	 Association	 strongly	 promotes	
knowledge	and	proficiency	in	BLS,	ACLS	and	PALS,	and	
                                                             	
has	 developed	 instructional	 materials	 for	 this	 purpose.	
Use	 of	 these	 materials	 in	 an	 educational	 course	 does	
not	represent	course	sponsorship	by	the	American	Heart	
Association,	and	any	fees	charged	for	such	a	course	do	
not	represent	income	to	the	Association.



To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5281
  Spring 2011                                                        Rural Health Education Partnership                          43



  IHCC Regional Fire School                                      please see the program brochure: www.indianhills.
  IHCC’s	 regional	 fire	 school	 will	 be	 held	 Saturday	 &	 edu/fireschool.
  Sunday,	March	12	-	13,	2011.		A	separate	fire	school	
                                                                 Course	Schedule:
  brochure	 will	 be	 sent	 to	 all	 Fire	 Departments	 in	 the	 Saturday,	March	12,	2011
  IHCC	district	and	is	also	available	at	www.indianhills. 7:00	-	8:00	 Breakfast,	Check-In	&	Vendor	Hall	opens
  edu/fireschool.	 	 Participants	 must	 be	 current	 mem- 8:20	-	9:20	 Keynote	speaker	-	Keith	“Doc”	Patterson:	Livin’	the	16		
  bers	of	a	fire	department	if	participating	in	any	hands- 	                  for	Life
                                                                 9:30	-	4:30	 Break	out	sessions	
  on	classes.                                                    5:00	        Certification	Examinations
                                                                    Sunday,	March	13,	2011
  For course descriptions and tuition information,                  7:00	-	8:00	 Breakfast,	Check-in	&	Vendor	Hall	opens
                                                                    8:30	-	3:30	 Break	out	sessions


                    SATURDAY                                                                 SUNDAY
  	               IFA	–	ground	&	ladder	                                                 IFA	–	ground	&	ladder
  	                 Basic	Extrication	                                                   Advanced	Extrication
  	                     Grain	Bin	                                                                RIT
  	              Fire	Ground	Operations	                                                 Building	Construction
                                                   Pumper	–	Rural	Operations
                                                         Basic	Skills	101




HEALTH OCCUPATIONS                                                  ($45.00).	 	 Nursing	 Essentials	 I	 is	 billed	 for	 a	 total	 of	
                                                                    $575.00	 for	 in-state	 students	 (for	 out-of-state	 students	
CERTIFICATE                                                         call	the	office	for	the	cost).		Background Check ($20.00
                                                                    Check made out to IHCC prior to class.)
PROGRAMS                                                            Beginning with the March 7, 2011 CnA class, the fol-
                                                                    lowing are required pre-requisites for the CnA pro-
For further information on the following courses contact
Scott Johnson at 641-683-5217 or 641-683-5281. E-                   gram:
mail sjohnson@indianhills.edu .
                                                                    Background check ($20 charge)-	 students	 wishing	
                                                                    to	enroll	in	the	CNA	program	must	turn	in	a	completed	
CnA/Long Term Care nurse Aide                                       background	 check	 form	 (with	 non-refundable	 $20	 fee)	
(nursing Essentials I)                                              no	more	than	30	days	prior	to	course	start	and	a	mini-
This	 course	 introduces	 the	 student	 to	 the	 scientific	        mum	of	1	week	prior	to	class	start.		Students	who	have	
knowledge,	 technical	 skills,	 and	 communication	                 not	 submitted	 a	 background	 check	 form	 a	 minimum	
techniques,	 as	 specified	 by	 OBRA,	 to	 function	 as	            of	1	week	prior	to	class	will	not	be	allowed	to	start	the	
an	 accountable	 member	 of	 the	 health	 care	 team.	              course.	Any	background	check	more	than	30	days	old	
Theory,	 laboratory	 practice,	 and	 clinical	 experience	          is	not	valid	for	the	CNA	program	and	will	need	to	be	re-
will	 be	 incorporated	 to	 prepare	 the	 student	 to	 address	     peated	at	the	$20	fee.
the	 patient’s	 biopsychosocial	 and	 spiritual	 needs.	        	
Prerequisites: Two-step TB testing (PPD) prior to                   Physcial examination with 2-step TB Testing	-	a	com-
course start. Criminal background check required                    pleted	physical	examination	form	must	be	turned	in	on	
at time of pre-registration for course.                             or	before	the	first	day	of	class.		Students	without	com-
This	 3	 credit	 course	 consists	 of:	 	 Nursing	 Essentials	 I	   pleted	forms	will	not	be	allowed	to	start	the	class.
($390.00),	Other	Fees	($15.00),	Dependant	Adult/Child	
Abuse	($30.00),	and	OBRA	Skills	($75.00)	and	Written	


                                                                                                                           To Register:
                                                                                            Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5281
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Payment -	 Payment	 for	 the	 CNA	 class	 is	 due	 no	 later	        OBRA Skills Registry Exam
than	the	first	day	of	class.		Students	without	full	payment	         OBRA	 skills	 examinations	 will	 be	 completed	 on	 the	
will	not	be	allowed	to	start	the	course.		Students	whose	            IHCC	Ottumwa	Campus	in	the	Rural	Health	Education	
course	 is	 being	 paid	 for	 by	 a	 third	 party	 must	 bring	 a	   Center	nursing	lab,	rooms	17-18.		Examinations	may	be	
letter	no	later	than	the	first	day	of	class	from	that	party	         scheduled	by	calling	Vicki	at:	1-800-726-2585	ext	5281	
indicating	 their	 agreement	 to	 pay	 for	 the	 class	 for	 that	   or	641-683-5281	
student.		                                                           Examination	 fee:	 $75.00.	 	 Testing	 fee must be paid
                                                                     when pre-registering for the course. no walk-ins
Background	check	forms	and	physical	examination	                     will be allowed.
forms:
    1.	 may	be	picked	up	at	the	Rural	Health	Educa-                  Examination Dates:
        tion	Center	on	the	IHCC	campus                               February	25,	2011
    2.	 are	available	for	download	at:	www.indianhills.              March	11,	2011
        edu/RHEP	under	“Certificate	Programs”                        March	25,	2011
    3.	 may	be	received	via	mail	by	calling	1-800-726-               April	08,	2011
        2585	ext.	5281	or	641-683-5281.                              April	22,	2011
                                                                     May	06,	2011
nursing Essentials I                                                 May	20,	2011
11/CS*Pnn*147*80	                March	07	-	March	23
IHCC	Main	Campus	                Monday,	Tuesday,	
Rural	Health	Education	Center	   Wednesday,	&	Thursday               Medication Manager
Room:		118	                      Class	Time:		07:45AM	-	03:15PM		    This	course	is	designed	to	prepare	individuals	to	safely	
02:45PM	                         (class-first	seven	days)            administer	 non-parenteral	 medications	 in	 a	 fifteen	
Tuition:		See	Listing	Above	     Clinical	Time:		06:30AM	–	
Instructor:		S.	Johnson                                              bed	 or	 less	 residential	 facility,	 child	 care	 facility,	 or	 a	
                                                                     supervised	living	apartment.		Emphasis	is	placed	on	the	
nursing Essentials I                                                 safe	 administration	 of	 medications	 from	 a	 prescription	
11/CS*Pnn*147*81	                April	04	-	April	20                 bottle	and	observation	of	obvious	medication	reactions.	            	
IHCC	Main	Campus	                Monday,	Tuesday,	                   Prerequisites: none
Rural	Health	Education	Center	   Wednesday,	&	Thursday
(class-first	seven	days)	        Class	Time:		07:45AM	-	03:15PM-
Room:		118	                      Clinical	Time:		06:30AM	–	          Medication Manager
02:45PM                                                              11/CS*HSC*149*80 	                February	28	-	March	02
Tuition:		See	Listing	Above		                                        IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Monday,	Tuesday,	&	Wednesday,	
Instructor:		S.	Johnson                                              09:00AM	-	03:00PM
                                                                     Rural	Health	Education	Center	
nursing Essentials I                                                 Room:		118
11/CS*Pnn*147*82	                May	02	-	May	18                     Tuition:		$130.00	                Other	Fee:		$10.00
IHCC	Main	Campus	                Monday,	Tuesday,	                   Instructor:		J.	Cornett
Rural	Health	Education	Center	   Wednesday,	&	Thursday
(class-first	seven	days)	        Class	Time:		07:45AM	-	03:15PM      Medication Manager
Room:		118	                      Clinical	Time:		06:30AM		 	         11/CS*HSC*149*81 	                March	28	-	March	30
Tuition:		See	Listing	Above	     –02:45PM                            IHCC	Main	Campus	                 Monday,	Tuesday,	&	Wednesday,	
Instructor:		S.	Johnson	                                             09:00AM	-	03:00PM
                                                                     Rural	Health	Education	Center	
                                                                     Room:		118
                                                                     Tuition:		$130.00	                Other	Fee:		$10.00
OBRA Written Registry Examination                                    Instructor:		J.	Cornett
OBRA	 written	 examinations	 are	 computerized	 and	 will	
be	administered	on	an	individual	basis.		Individuals	may	 Medication Manager
schedule	an	appointment	to	take	the	exam	by	calling	the	 11/CS*HSC*149*82		                            April	18	-	April	20
testing	center	at	641-683-5142	or	1-800-726-2585	ext.	 IHCC	Main	Campus	                               Monday,	Tuesday,	&	Wednesday,	
                                                           09:00AM	-	03:00PM
5142.                                                      Rural	Health	Education	Center	
Examination	fee:	$45.00.		Testing must be paid for         Room:		118
prior to testing.                                          Tuition:		$130.00	                          Other	Fee:		$10.00
                                                                     Instructor:		J.	Cornett




To Register:
Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5281
  Spring 2011                                                          Rural Health Education Partnership                            45


Medication Manager                                                    Activity Coordinator
11/CS*HSC*149*83 	                   May	16	-	May	18
IHCC	Main	Campus	                    Monday,	Tuesday,	&	Wednesday,	
                                                                    This	 course	 prepares	 the	 student	 to	 work	 in	 a	 variety	
09:00AM	-	03:00PM                                                   of	care	facilities	and	centers.		The	course	presents	the	
Rural	Health	Education	Center	                                      necessary	 knowledge	 and	 skills	 to	 determine	 facility	
Room:		118
                                                                    and	 resident	 needs	 through	 the	 development	 of	 activ-
Tuition:		$130.00	                Other	Fee:		$10.00
Instructor:		J.	Cornett                                             ity	 programs.	 	The	 course	 meets	 federal	 and	 state	 re-
                                                                    quirements.		There	will	a	$20.00	fee	for	a	criminal	back-
Medication Aide                                                     ground	check.		Prerequisites: Criminal background
This	course	prepares	the	certified	Nurse	Aide,	employed	 check required at time of pre-registration for course.
in	a	nursing	facility,	residential	or	assisted	living	facility,	
to	 safely	 administer	 non-parenteral	 medications	 under	 Activity Coordinator
                                                                    11/CS*HSC*184*80 	             April	01	-	June	03
the	 direct	 supervision	 of	 a	 registered	 nurse.	 	 Theory,	 IHCC	Main	Campus	                  Fridays,	08:00AM	-	04:30PM
laboratory	and	clinical	experiences	are	incorporated	into	 Rural	Health	Education	Center
the	course.		This	program	meets	Federal	and	Iowa	legis- Room:		118
                                                                    Tuition:		$354.00	             Other	Fee:		$20.00
lation	guidelines.		Prerequisites:	Current	employment	in	
a	certified	nursing	facility,	residential	or	related	licensed	
facility,	or	assisted	living	facility.		Must	meet	state	man- Activity Coordinator - Continuing
dated	 requirements.	 	 Two-step	 TB	 testing	 (PPD)	 prior	 Education
to	 course	 start.	 	 Criminal	 background	 check	 required	 This	program	will	provide	continuing	education	on	a	vari-
at	 time	 of	 pre-registration	 for	 course.	 	 There	 will	 be	 a	 ety	of	topics	pertinent	to	the	Activity	Coordinator.
$20.00	fee	for	a	criminal	background	check.
                                                                      Activity Director’s Resource Room
Medication Aide                                                       11/YR*HEA*3014*804 	                 March	07	-	March	07
11/CS*HSC*147*800	                   Class:	April	25	-	May	08         IHCC	Main	Campus	                    Monday,	06:00PM	-	08:00PM
IHCC	Main	Campus	                    Monday	through	Thursday,	        Rural	Health	Education	Center
09:00AM	-	03:00PM                                                     Room:		118
Bennett	Student	Services	Building	   			                              Tuition:		$10.00	payable	at	class	to	the	Southeast	Iowa	Association	of	
Room:		100	                          Clinical	:		May	09	–	May	12      Activity	Professionals
Tuition:		$325.00	                   Monday	through	Thursday,	
06:00am-11:30am                                                       Vaness Oden presents: How to Remain Profes-
Other	Fee:		$50.00
Instructor:		J.	Cornett                                               sional under Difficult Circumstances
                                                                      11/YR*HEA*3014*805 	                 April	04	-	April	04
                                                                      IHCC	Main	Campus	                    Monday,	06:00PM	-	08:00PM
LPn Supervision                                                       Rural	Health	Education	Center
                                                                      Room:		108
This	 course	 provides	 the	 licensed	 practical	 nurse	 with	        Tuition:		$10.00	payable	at	class	to	the	Southeast	Iowa	Association	of	
the	 knowledge	 and	 skills	 needed	 to	 successfully	 man-           Activity	Professionals
age	resident	care	and	personnel	in	the	health	care	facili-
ty.		It	is	a	required	course	for	the	licensed	practical	nurse	
as	mandated	by	the	Iowa	Board	of	Nursing	through	the	
Iowa	Administrative	Code.		Prerequisites:		Minimum	of	
Iowa	Licensed	Practical	Nurse

LPn Supervision
11/CS*Pnn*831*80 	                   April	07	-	May	12
IHCC	Main	Campus	                    Thursdays,	08:00AM	-	04:30PM
Bennett	Student	Services	Center
Room:		104
Tuition:		$140.00
Other	Fee:		$110.00




                                                                                                                            To Register:
                                                                                               Ottumwa: 1-800-726-2585, Ext. 5281
46   IHCC Main Campus   Spring 2011
                    CENTERVILLE CAMPUS                                                                                   NORTH CAMPUS
CV01	   ADMINISTRATION	
	       A	-	Reception/Admissions
                                                                                                                                         Spring 2011




	       B	-	Business	Office
	       C	-	Financial	Aid
	
CV02	   FOOD	SERVICE/STUDENT	UNION
	       X	-	Restrooms
	
CV03	   MAINTENANCE	BUILDING
	
CV04	   MAINTENANCE	BUILDING

CV05	 CLASSROOM	5
	     A	-	Classroom
	     B	–	Classroom

CV06	   LIBRARY/CAMPUS	STORE	
	       A	-	Library	     	
	       B	-	Computer	Lab
	       C	–	Campus	Store

CV07	 ART
	     A	-	Art	Classroom

CV08	   CLASSROOM	8
	       A	-	Classroom
	       B	-	Photography	Lab
	       X	-	Women’s	Restroom	

CV09	   SCIENCE	CENTER
	       A	-	Classroom
	       B	-	Chemistry	Lab/Classroom
	       C	–	Physical	Science	Lab/Classroom
	       D	-	Biology	Lab/Classroom	

CV10	   SUCCESS	CENTER
	       A	-	Developmental	Education	      	
	       B	-	ESL
	       C	-	Testing	        	
	       D	–	GED

CV11	   FACULTY	OFFICES                       CV15	 ICN	CLASSROOM                CV19	   SPORTS	COMPLEX
	                                             	     A	-	ICN	Classroom            	       A	–	Baseball	Fields
CV12	   INDUSTRIAL	EDUCATION                  	     B	-	ICN	Classroom            	       -	Indian	Hills
	       A	-	Drafting	Computer	Classroom                                          	       	 Community	College	        	
	       B	-	Metals	Laboratory                 CV16	 NURSING	BUILDING             	       -	Centerville	High	School
	       C	-	Drafting	Computer	Classroom       	     A	-	Nursing                  	       -	Appanoose	County
	       D	-	Virtual	Reality	Classroom         	     B	-	Nursing	Office           	       	 Babe	Ruth
	       E	-	Building	Trades	Classroom                                            	       -	Appanoose	County
                                              CV17	   PHYSICAL	EDUCATION	BLDG.   	       	 Girls	Softball
CV13	 CLASSROOM	13                            	       A	-	Lobby                  	       B	–	Concession	Stand	
	     A	-	Classroom	       	
                                                                                                                                        IHCC Centerville & North Campus




                                              	       B	-	Coaches	Offices        	       X	-	Restrooms
	     X	-	Restrooms                           	       F	–	Gymnasium
                                              	       X	–	Restrooms              CV20	 APPANOOSE	COUNTY	
CV14	 TRAINING	FACILITY                                                          	     DAY	CARE
	     A	-	Conference/Classroom
                                                                                                                                        47




                                              CV18	 DORMITORY
	     B	-	Conference/Classroom
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     Rural Entrepreneurship and Leadership Institute
The Indian Hills Community             are geared to entrepreneurship.        also be tailored for non-health re-
College Rural Entrepreneurship         They include: Foundation in En-        lated organizations.
and Leadership Institute (RELI)        trepreneurship, Entrepreneurial            The college also has devel-
is dedicated to developing a           Financial Management, Legal            oped classes to assist persons in
more prosperous, dynamic and           Environment of Business, Digital       such areas as building relation-
sustainable economy through an         Publication Design, Risk Man-          ships and teams, understanding
entrepreneurship and leadership        agement, Managing a Growing            local and state government, grant
strategy. The primary goal of the      Business, E-Commerce, Human            writing, public speaking, fos-
Institute is to be the focal point     Resource Management, Negoti-           tering creativity, decision mak-
in stimulating and supporting pri-     ating, Presenting Your Idea, and       ing and problem solving skills,
vate and public entrepreneurship       Cash Flow Management.                  and project management.
and leadership development.                 Indian Hills also schedules       Who could benefit from RELI?
   The Rural Entrepreneurship          workshops, seminars and activi-            Many people can benefit from
and Leadership Institute provides      ties in conjunction with the Uni-      the services provided by Indian
numerous opportunities to devel-       versity of Iowa’s John Pappajohn       Hills Community College’s Ru-
op entrepreneurship and leader-        Entrepreneurial Center. Persons        ral Entrepreneurship and Leader-
ship skills in people of any walk      may also enroll in online courses      ship Institute. Prospective entre-
of life. Indian Hills Community        that lead to a certificate in Entre-   preneurs, small business owners,
College offers the following en-       preneurship.                           not-for-profit organizations, civic
trepreneurship and leadership de-         The Small Business Develop-         organizations, and city and coun-
velopment opportunities:               ment Center, located on the Ot-        ty government leaders are some
Entrepreneurship                       tumwa campus, provides assis-          of the people who could profit by
   Indian Hills offers college         tance to existing business owners      utilizing the institute.
credit courses, customized learn-      as well as those looking to start a        Persons wanting to prepare for
ing classes, camps, and special-       business.                              public or business leadership po-
ized services that are beneficial to      Youth Entrepreneur Camps            sitions, communities wanting to
those interested in entrepreneur-      are also beneficial in develop-        grow their own community ser-
ship and leadership development.       ing are business and community         vants and leaders, communities
   Among the credit courses            leaders of tomorrow.                   wanting to instill an entrepreneur-
taught at IHCC are: Introduc-          Leadership                             ial spirit in their businesses and
tion to Entrepreneurship, Entre-          Persons with strong leadership      citizens, and school-age children
preneurial Studies, Managing           skills are essential in maintaining    should also explore the many op-
the Entrepreneurial Venture and        a vital economy.                       portunities offered through RELI.
Leadership Development. Ad-               In conjunction with Indian
ditional courses are also offered      Hills Community College’s Rural
that would be beneficial to entre-     Health Education Partnership, a
preneurship endeavors.                 Leadership Certificate Program is
   The college provides custom-        available for leaders in healthcare
ized learning courses and work-        and health-related agencies and
shops throughout the year that         organizations. This program can

  FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: MICK LAWSON AT 1-800-726-2585, EXT. 5182 OR 683-5182
                                       49




Earn your degree online!
•	 Bachelor	of	Applied	Studies	(BAS)
•	 Bachelor	of	Liberal	Studies	(BLS)
•	 Registered	Nurse-Bachelor	of		
   Science	in	Nursing	(RN-BSN)




Visit	www.hawkeyedegree.com
or	call	888-486-3433 for	more	
information	today.
50




     LE ARN NEW SKILLS
                                                  AT THE
     MAHASKA COUNTY CAREER ACADEMY
                                                              Mahaska County Career Academy
      	 Computer Networks and                        is bringing career and technical education to you!!
      Security	is	an	expanding	field	that	area	                     Classes are offered in the
      companies	have	identified	as	a	local	
      need.	Take	the	introductory	classes	at	           morning and afternoon to students of all ages.
       the	Career	Academy	and	find	out	if	          Open seats will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.
       this	program	is	right	for	you.




                                                       	
                                                       Earn	an	
                                                      Electronics Technician	diploma	at	
                                                        the	Career	Academy.	This	versatile	diploma	is	
                                                       the	first	step	toward	an	Associate	of	Applied	
                                                       Science	degree	in:
                                                       		 Electronics	Engineering
                                                      		 Laser/Electro-Optics
                                                      		 Renewable	Energy
                                                      		 Robotics/Automation
                                                      		 Biofuels	Technology
       www.indianhills.edu
       (800) 726-2585, ext. 5277
        Classes begin in the Fall



      Advance your Skills...Advance your Life
                                                                                                        51




    Landscape and Turfgrass
          Technology
                  at Indian Hills Community College




Indian Hills is now offering a Landscape and Turfgrass Technology program.
  In less than two years, students can earn an A.A.S. degree. The program features:

      * Hands-on labs on the beautiful Ottumwa campus
      * Classes in owning and operating your own business
      * Transferability to Iowa State University
      * An optional certificate for Grounds Equipment Technician
      * Students will learn about all types of plants including: turfgrass, trees, flowers and shrubs
      * Training on how to maintain golf courses, athletic fields and lawns
      * Perfect career training for those who like to work outdoors

    For more information
    contact:
    Neric Smith
    (800) 726-2585, ext. 5194
    nsmith@indianhills.edu                                    www.indianhills.edu
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                                          Silver Scholars
Classes specifically designed for anyone celebrating life
experience of 55 years or better. Enjoy small class size and a
relaxed learning atmosphere.

Digital Photography
Now that you’ve taken the pictures, what do you do with them? Learn what equipment you’ll
need, then download pictures to your computer to print edit, post and share with others.
Course Number: 11/YR*NON*1029*501                  Thursday, February 17, 2011
IHCC Ottumwa Campus                                6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Advanced Technology Center – Room 187              Cost : $21.00

Internet/Email
How do you find information on the Internet? Are you often confused on how to narrow
searches, find a website, or communicate with a friend? Come with questions that you have
always had about the Internet. You will be able to learn new ways, to share with others what
works for you, and learn what other people have found works for them.
Course Number: 11/YR*VOC*1021*504                     Thursday, February 24, 2011
IHCC Ottumwa Campus                                   6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Advanced Technology Center – Room 187                 Cost : $21.00

Cooking Light
Cooking for two can be difficult to say the least. Get tips, tricks, advice and recipes for empty-
nesters or seniors that are adapting to cooking for two. Learn about healthy, delicious meals
that won’t break the bank and require very little time to prepare.
Course Number: 11/YR*NON*2039*501                      Thursday, March 17, 2011
IHCC Ottumwa Campus                                    6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Culinary Arts Lab                                      Cost : $21.00




                  To register call 641-683-5249 or 800-346-4413
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                                         Silver Scholars
Classes specifically designed for anyone celebrating life
experience of 55 years or better. Enjoy small class size and a
relaxed learning atmosphere.
Genealogy – Learning Your Ancestry
Trace your family’s lineage and history using multiple resources including the Internet. Learn
how to effectively research historical records that include census data, church records,
marriage and death notifications.
Course Number: 11/YR*NON*1103*501                      Friday, March 4, 2011
IHCC Ottumwa Campus                                    9:00 a.m. - Noon
A&S Complex/Efner Hall – Room 152                      Cost : $21.00

Computer Basics
Computer Basics is designed to introduce the student to the basic concepts and terminology
associated with personal computers. Information will be provided to students that are looking
to purchase a computer, but are having difficulty deciding what to purchase. Enjoy a class that
alleviates confusion at a pace that is comfortable for each student.
Course Number: 11/YR*VOC*1019*501                       Friday, March 11, 2011
IHCC Ottumwa Campus                                     9:00 a.m. – Noon
Advanced Technology Center – Room 187                   Cost : $21.00

Internet/Email
How do you find information on the Internet? Are you often confused on how to narrow
searches, find a website, or communicate with a friend? Come with questions that you have
always had about the Internet. You will be able to learn new ways, to share with others what
works for you, and learn what other people have found works for them.
Course Number: 11/YR*VOC*1021*505                     Friday, March 18, 2011
IHCC Ottumwa Campus                                   9:00 a.m. - Noon
Advanced Technology Center – Room 187                 Cost : $21.00




                 To register call 641-683-5249 or 800-346-4413
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                      PARALEGAL
                     CERTIFICATE

     Midwest Paralegal Studies, in partnership with Indian Hills Community College, is
     offering a 12-month Paralegal Certificate. For program details and questions,
     contact the instructor, Mr. Zoran, Perovanovich via email,
     zoran1990@juno.com. This is an online tutoring program designed to let you work
     at a pace comfortable for your busy lifestyle. It begins with a free one-hour
     orientation seminar held online. The certificate series includes a total of five classes,
     each lasting seven weeks. Classes are designed to facilitate the individual needs of
     both novices and those currently working in the legal field and looking to upgrade
     their skills. You will learn how to: Research and write a legal office memo; Explore
     and investigate a legal specialty; Learn the procedures of a local court system;
     Understand the management of a law office; Develop strategies for a paralegal job
     search. How the program works: At the beginning of each course, students will
     access all of the lectures and study materials they will need online and via
     email. Additional individual tutoring will be furnished to each student during the
     course of the program, as needed. Courses may be taken in any order at the start of
     each class term. However, we recommend students take classes in the order in
     which they are listed below. Start dates for all five classes are the first week of
     February, April, June, September, and November. Notice: All students must email
     the instructor before registration to receive the free orientation material at
     zoran1990@juno.com.
     Courses consist of:
     Paralegal Research
     Paralegal Jurisprudence                     Paralegal Management
     Paralegal Litigation                        Paralegal Career


                         For information and to register call:
                          641-683-5249 or 1-800-346-4413
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         CONFLICT RESOLUTION
                 CERTIFICATE:
                   MEDIATION
                    TRAINING

The Conflict Resolution Certificate at Indian Hills Community College
will provide the Mediator with the tools to make ethical decisions in the
mediation process. It emphasizes the need for confidentiality,
neutrality, good listening skills, management of diversity in the
mediation process, and good service. The program has been
developed to serve a number of purposes. This program will ensure
that mediators have a basic, minimum level of understanding
concerning mediation and its uses. The training will be uniform and
assure clients of a basic level of qualification and competency.

Completion of the Conflict Resolution Certificate Program will permit
the Mediator to be eligible to mediate for the Court System.

BASIC MEDIATION TRAINING           11/YR*BUS*1141*502
Mar. 11 thru Mar. 20 Fri. 6-10 pm, Sat. & Sun. 8 am – 5 pm         $500

MEDIATING WITH DOMESTIC VIOLENCE                 11/YR*BUS*1144*502
Apr. 2 Sat. 8 am – 5 pm $100

DIVORCE & FAMILY MEDIATION TRAINING 11/YR*BUS*1142*502
Apr. 8 thru Apr. 17 Fri. 6-10 pm, Sat. & Sun. 8 am – 5 pm $500

   All sessions will be held in the Arts & Sciences Center, Room 152,
IHCC Ottumwa Campus

                      TO REGISTER CALL:
                641-683-5249 OR 1-800-346-4413
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                        EXCELLENCE: EXPECT IT… EXPERIENCE IT at
                        Indian Hills.




     •This course prepares individuals for the Series 7 security
     licensing exam.
     •Prior to selling securities an individual must take the
     Series 7 examination that is owned, administered and
     maintained by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority
     (FINRA).
     •In order to take the exam, an individual must first obtain
     "sponsorship"/employment from a FINRA or exchange
     member firm.
     •Individuals who pass the Series 7 are eligible to register
     with all self-regulatory organizations to trade.

     Starting on Friday, February 4th, this 11 week exam
     preparation course meets on Friday evenings from
     6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. and Saturday mornings from
     9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.


     Tuition: $225.00     Course Materials: $250.00
     Location: IHCC Jefferson County Service Center

            Course Number 11/YR*REL*2112*501
         To register call 641-683-5249 or 800-346-4413.
           Registration deadline is January 27, 2010
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A3 Problem Solving Course                      No Material            What is A3 Problem Solving?

                                                                          •   Visual and concise method
                                                                              of solving problems based
                                                                              on the PDCA (Plan Do
Test and see how A3 Problem Solving can help                                  Check Act) cycle
                                                                          •   Disciplined process for
strengthen your company by creating expert problem                            problem solving
solvers capable of digging deep to eliminate root causes                  •   Demands deep thinking
                                                                          •   Applies Lean methods for
and implementing countermeasures that stick. In the
                                                                              improvement
course, learning will be applied immediately to a project                 •   Created by Toyota
of choice from the workplace.
                                                        “There’s no genius in our company, we do
Production Floor - Office - Distribution
                                                        what we believe is right, trying every day
Audience: Manufacturers, Machine Shops,                 to improve every bit and piece. But when
Contractors, Fabricators, Distributors, Printers           70 years of very small improvements
                                                         accumulate, they become a revolution.”
                                                               Katsuaki Watanabe, Toyota CEO
            Wrong
                                                                        2007 Quote
         Specifications



                                                                      What is the Goal?
The course can be delivered on-site for one company or                The A3 method develops expert
in an open format for several companies at once.                      problem solvers throughout the
                                                                      company who can effectively
                                                                      improve work processes every day
                                                                      leading to higher quality at
                                                                      lower cost.
If you have an interest in A3 Problem Solving,
Please Contact:                                                       What are the Benefits?

Vicki Baum, Lean Specialist                        Missing Tools          •   Fosters dialogue
                                                                          •   Eliminates blame
Indian Hills Community College
                                                                          •   Breaks down departmental
641-683-5293 or vbaum@indianhills.edu                                         barriers
                                                                          •   Provides documentation of
                                                                              problem solving activities
Note: This course can also be customized for Healthcare                       (great for ISO)
  Providers, Retailers or any other type of organizaiton.                 •   Builds strong teams
                                                                          •   Improves communication
                  Call for more information!                              •   Builds morale
                                                                                                  NON	PROFIT	ORG.
               Indian	Hills	Community	College                                                         ECRWSS
               525	Grandview                                                                        U.S.	POSTAGE
                                                                                                        PAID
               Ottumwa,	Iowa	52501
                                                                                                   OTTUMWA,	IOWA
                                                                                                   PERMIT	NO.	221

                                                                                              Return	Service	Requested




                                       EXCELLENCE
Indian Hills Community College is your college of excellence. With quality instructors, flexible scheduling,
and a wide variety of programs and course offerings, we have something that fits your needs. Check us out
@ www.indianhills.edu.

COUnTY SERVICE CEnTERS               DEGREE/DIPLOMA PROGRAMS               CUSTOMIZED LEARnInG
Davis Co. Service Center             Advanced Technologies Programs        Ottumwa
(641)	664-2050                       (641)	683-5215                        (641)	683-5249
(800)	726-2585,	ext.	1931            (800)	726-2585,	ext.	5215             (800)	346-4413

IHCC William Penn Center             Arts & Sciences/Criminal Justice      Centerville	
(641)	673-0824                       (641)	683-5144                        (641)	856-2143
(800)	726-2585,	ext.	1971            (800)	726-2585,	ext.	5144             (800)	670-3641

Jefferson Co. Service Center         Health Occupations                    Health Occupations
(641)	472-6366                       (641)	683-5164                        (641)	683-5281
(800)	726-2585,	ext.	1951            (800)	726-2585,	ext.	5164             (800)	726-2585,	ext.	5281

Keokuk Co. Service Center            Centerville Campus	                   Regional Multicultural Center
(641)	622-3385                       (641)	856-2143                        (641)	683-5755
(800)	726-2585,	ext.	1961            (800)	670-3641                        (800)	726-2585,	ext.	5755

Lucas Co. Service Center             Recruiting/Information                Career Directions
(641)	774-8614                       (641)	683-5153                        (641)	683-5233
(800)	726-2585,	ext.	1910            (800)	726-2585,	ext.	5153             (800)	726-2585,	ext.	5233

Monroe Co. Service Center            Admissions                            Adult Basic Education/GED
(641)	932-5297                       (641)	683-5328                        (641)	683-5181
(800)	726-2585,	ext.	1901            (800)	726-2585,	ext.	5328             (800)	726-2585,	ext.	5181

Van Buren Co. Service Center         Financial Assistance                  Community Education Center
(319)	293-7115                       (641)	683-5234                        (641)	682-4983
(800)	726-2585,	ext.	1941            (800)	726-2585,	ext.	5234
                                                                           Water & Wastewater Treatment
Wayne Co. Service Center	            Testing Center                        (641)	969-4167
(641)	872-3033                       (641)	683-5142                        (800)	726-2585,	ext.	5298
(800)	726-2585,	ext.	1921            (800)	726-2585,	ext.	5142

				
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