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					  2009
 FALL SEMESTER
CONTINUING EDUCATION
      SCHEDULE         1
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                TABLE OF CONTENTS
Campus Map .................................................................................Page 2

General Admissions ......................................................................Page 4

Have a Question? Contact... The RCC CE Staff ...........................Page 5

Occupational Extension .............................................................. Page 6

Emergency Services Training Center ..........................................Page 13

Law Enforcement ........................................................................Page 15

Emergency Services.....................................................................Page 17

Human Resources Development ................................................Page 19

The Small Business Center/ Occupation Extension ..............Page 22-30

Business/Industry Services .....................................................Page 31-32

Community Services ...................................................................Page 33

Basic Skills Education .................................................................Page 36




    Fall SemeSter 2009
  IF YOU OWE ROBESON COMMUNITY COLLEGE ANY
  MONEY OR FEES FROM PREVIOUS ENROLLMENTS
  YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO REGISTER FOR
  CLASSES WITHOUT FIRST SATISFYING THAT DEBT
  WITH THE BUSINESS OFFICE.
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              Continuing Education Schedule
                   General Admissions
THE COST                             Underage persons must meet              class more than twice, they shall
                                     certain requirements before they        pay the full amount of the per-
Registration fees for Continuing     can enroll in Adult High School         student cost.
Education courses are assigned       classes. Call (910) 272-3515;
at different rates ranging as        Susan Barton, Assistant Basic Skills    The full amount of the per-student
follows, (please note the new        Assessment/Retention Specialist         cost has been determined by
rates for courses will begin on or   or (910) 272-3611; Gwendolyn            the North Carolina Community
After August 15, 2009):              Roberts, Ed. Coordinator AHS/           College System to be $6.18 per
                                     GED for more information.               scheduled hour.
1 - 24 Hours            $65.00
25 - 50 Hours          $120.00                                               REGISTRATION FEE
                                     Admission to any and all                REFUNDS
50+ Hours              $175.00       educational programs offered
Rates are subject to change          by Robeson Community College            After the respective class begins,
without notice.                      is made without regard to race,         a 75 percent refund shall be
                                     color, sex, religion, age, disability   made upon the request of the
Persons age 65 or older are          or national origin.                     student if the student officially
exempted from this fee. There        REGISTRATION                            withdraws from the class prior to
is no charge for volunteer rescue                                            or on the 10 percent point of the
and normally lifesaving personnel,   Participants will pay fees and          scheduled hours of the class.
or for law enforcement officers      complete the registration process
                                                                             COMPUTER USE AND
for their related extension          during the first class session. Be
                                     sure to bring your Social Security      TECHNOLOGY FEES
training programs. Students are
responsible for buying supplies      number and proper fees to your          This is a fee that has been
and materials as necessary. Books    class. It is extremely important        established as the first system-
are usually available through the    that you plan to attend the first       wide fee by the State Board.
college bookstore.                   scheduled class session. We             The Continuing Education
                                     cannot register new enrollees,          Department will charge a $5.00
TExTBOOk AND SUPPLY COST             after the class has met 10% of the      computer use and technology
Robeson Community College            scheduled course hours.                 fee for all continuing education
may require students to                                                      occupational            extension
                                     CERTIFICATES
purchase textbooks and supplies                                              computer courses.
as indicated in the course           College credit is not given for
                                                                             CONTINUING EDUCATION
description. Please pay each fee     completion of courses in the
                                     Division of Adult and Continuing        GIVES YOU LOTS OF WAYS
separately from registration fee.                                            TO GROW
                                     Education; however, certificates
RCC ACCREDITATION                    are awarded for completion of           If you're seeking professional
                                     some of the courses. Licenses,          enhancement, an opportunity to
Robeson Community College is
                                     diplomas, or other forms of             improve your skills’ or new ways
an Equal Opportunity Institution
                                     recognition are awarded by certain      to enrich your life, Continuing
accredited by the Commission         agencies outside the college upon
on Colleges of the Southern                                                  Education Courses can open
                                     successful completion of specially      new paths for opportunity in
Association of Colleges and          designed courses.                       your education field. Here are
Schools (1866 Southern Lane,
                                                                             hundreds of ways to explore
Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097:         OCCUPATIONAL
                                                                             the adventures of learning
Telephone (404) 679-4501) to         ExTENSION COURSE                        with other like-minded people.
award the Associate Degree in        REPEAT POLICY                           Credit and non-credit courses
Applied Science and Associate        The N.C. General Assembly,              are taught by instructors who
Degree in Arts.                      during the 1993 session passed          enjoy sharing their knowledge
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?                     Legislation limiting the number         with you. Check the complete
                                     of times certain Occupational           line up of classes.
Enrollments are open on a            Extension courses may be
first come, first serve basis.       repeated. The New policy is as          MostClassesBegin...Occupational
Admission is open to any adult       follows:                                Extension Classes will Begin ...
18 years of age or older. Persons                                            Week of September 8 – December
16-18 years of age may enroll        No       full-time     equivalent       31, 2009 and Basic Skills Classes
while attending the Public           students shall be generated for         will Begin ... Week of August 18, -
Schools of Robeson County in         occupational extensions students        December 17, 2009 for Fall 2009
all Continuing Education, non-       after the first repetition of an        Semester Registration for Classes...
curriculum courses, provided         occupational extension class            First Class Meeting
the courses are taught at a time     except as provided in subsection
when public schools are not          (b) of this section, if students        (If Paying by Cash - Need
normally in session.                 take an occupational extension          Correct Change)
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                            Have a Question?
                       Contact … The RCC CE Staff
                                              Karen Lesane                            Jennifer Lowery
   ROBESON COMMUNITY                          Assist. to Director of Small            Director, (910) 272-3609
     COLLEGE CAMPUS                           Business Ctr./Industry Services,
                                              (910) 272-3630                          Lisa Jones
Telephone (910) 272-3700
                                                     BASIC SkILLS                     Secretary, (910) 272-3603
FAX (910) 272-3624
                                              FAX (910) 272-3624                         EMERGENCY SERVICES
Justin Oliver
                                                                                           TRAINING CENTER
Vice President of Continuing                  Vickie Tate
Education,                                    Assistant Vice President                Telephone: (910) 738-7128
(910) 272-3600                                of Basic Skills,                        FAX (910) 738-5411
                                              (910) 272-3612
Debra Brooks                                                                          Tammy Bozeman
                                              Marsha Davis                            Secretary
Executive Assistant                           Secretary,
(910) 272- 3601                               (910) 272-3607                               BIOTECH CENTER
     HUMAN RESOURCES                                                                  FAX (910) 735-1588
                                              Rocky Peterkin
       DEVELOPMENT                            Ed. Coordinator                         Leslie Lowry
                                              ABE/CED/ESL,                            Manager,
FAX (910) 272-3624                            (910) 272-3605                          (910) 345-0081
Angela Locklear                               Gwendolyn Roberts                       Ed Hunt
HRD Coordinator,                              Ed. Coordinator/AHS/GED                 Coordinator
(910) 272- 3613                               (910) 272-3611                          (910) 345-0081
Lisa Jones                                    Wendy Hardwick                          Jennifer Hickman
Secretary,                                    Assistant Basic Skills Assessment/      Administrative Assistant of
(910) 272-3603                                Retention Specialist                    BioAg.,
                                              (910) 272-3606                          (910) 345-0080
    LAW ENFORCEMENT
                                              Susan Barton
FAX (910) 618-5582                            Assistant Basic Skills Assessment/           COMTECH CENTER
                                              Retention Specialist                    Telephone (910) 522-1426
Jeannette Freeman                             (910) 272-3615
Compliance Officer,                                                                   FAX (910) 522-1498
(910) 272-3650                                Lori Sellers
                                              Literacy Assessment Strategist/          INSTRUCTION/FACULTY
Barbara Sampson                               GED Examiner,
Secretary,                                    (910) 272-3614                          Michelle Bethea
(910) 272-3651                                                                        Nancy Blue
                                              Katie Miller                            Bettie Brockington
  EMERGENCY SERVICES                          Learning Center Instructor,             Jacqueline Burns
FAX (910) 272-3416                            (910) 272- 3646                         Tammy Chavis
                                              Severeo Kerns                           Nancy Freeman
Flora Lowry-Williams                          Learning Center Instructor,             Bender Graham
Coordinator/Instructor,                       (910) 272-3645
(910) 272- 3408                                                                       Gloria Locklear
                                                                                      Dorothy Lowery
                                                     WIA (WORkFORCE                   Lorraine Lowery
Melba Hester
Secretary,                                           INVESTMENT ACT)                  Jeffrey McPherson
(910) 272-3407                                Barbara Lowery                          Erica Powell
                                              WIA Coordinator/Academic Advisor,       Lee Sessoms
 SMALL BUSINESS CENTER                        (910) 272-3608                          Rafael Villalobos
FAX (910) 272-3633                            Glenda J. Jackson                       Demetrice Watkins
                                              WIA Recruiter/Assessment                Banessa Williams
Robert "Bob" Moore                            Assistant,
Director,                                     (910) 272-3602
(910) 272-3631                                                                             Closed for Holidays
                                              Annie C. Ray-fuller                      Robeson Community College
Karen Lesane                                  WIA Recruiter/Assessment Assistant,            will be closed on
Assist. to Director of Small                  (910) 272-3616
                                                                                       September 7; November 26-
Business Ctr./Industry Services,              Yakamia Smith-Tart
(910) 272-3630                                                                         27; December 23-31, 2009 &
                                              WIA Assessment Eligibility Assistant,         January 1-2, 2010
   INDUSTRY SERVICES                          (919) 272-3619
FAX (910) 272-3633                                OCCUPATIONAL ExT./                   AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
                                                                                            INSTITUTION
Jo Ann Oxendine                                  COMMUNITY SERVICES
Director,                                                                                     RCC WEB SITE
                                              FAX (910) 272-3624                        www.robeson.cc.nc.us
(910)272-3632
58,000 copies of this schedule were printed at a cost of $0.11 per copy.                                            5
           OCCUPATIONAL ExTENSION
                             For More Information Contact:
             Lisa Jones, Secretary; (910) 272-3603; ljones@robeson.edu or
           Jennifer Lowery, Director; (910) 272-3609; jlowery@robeson.edu

AUTO BODY REPAIR I                                                                $175.00
Students get 200-300 hours of training, designed to prepare them for entry-level positions
in the Auto Body Repair field. Class size is limited.
T & TH           6:00 pm - 10:30 pm           9/15-1/28/10  RCC, Room 1245 Locklear

AUTOCAD (INTRODUCTION)                                                            $120.00
If your work depends on drawings or sketches to convey information or ideas, this course
is for you! Engineers, architects, draftsmen, designers, advertisers, or anyone interested
in acquiring skills in CADD (Computer Aided Design and Drafting) will benefit form this
course. Because AutoCADD accounts for over 50% of the CADD systems incuse, your
mastery of AutoCADD can provide excellent career opportunities or enhance your current
skills. Instruction will provide mastery of the pull-down menus, basic commands, and the
ability to complete 2-D drawings. This course provides hands-on training.
T                  6:00 pm - 9:30pm           9/15-12/15/09  RCC, Room 903      Sweat

SIGN LANGUAGE II                                                                    $65.00
Learn to communicate in the language of the deaf community using alphabet and up-to-
date signs. In this course, you will acquire body language, facial expression, and movements
for conceptual signs. These level II sign language skills will continue the training for those
who want to become sign language interpreters. Pre-requisite: Sign Language I
T & TH             5:30 pm - 7:30 pm          9/15-10/22/09     RCC, Room 812       Quintero

MANICURIST TRAINING                                                               $175.00
This program provides a 300-hour course study for learning in the skills needed to care
for nails of the hand and feet as required by the North Carolina Board of Cosmetic Arts.
The subject of matter includes theory and practice in manicuring, nails building, and
sculpturing and pedicuring. This program consists ONE course. This is a comprehensive
course to provide training for Persons interested in becoming registered manicurist. Fees
and supplies are approximately $510.00. Students must pre-register for this course
on August 11 or August 13, 2009 beginning at 8:30am-5:00pm in the Continuing
Education Dept. with Ms. Lisa Jones or Mrs. Jennifer Lowery.

M-Th              5:30 pm - 10:30 pm         08/24-12/10/09 RCC, Room 306          Tobias

MEDICAL OFFICE PROCEDURES (INTRODUCTION)                                            $65.00
When you go into a medical office who is the first person you see? The medical office
assistant. That person’s demeanor and professionalism can create a lasting impression
for good or bad, and will influence you opinion of the physician’s care. This course is an
overview of basic administrative procedures in a medical office: telephone procedures,
appointments, records management, billing principles, insurance, financial records and
much more. Textbook required
TH               6:00 pm - 9:00 pm         9/10-10/29/09    RCC, Room 811       Powers




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                    COMPUTER TRAINING
                              For More Information Contact:
               Lisa Jones, Secretary; (910) 272-3603; ljones@robeson.edu
            Jennifer Lowery, Director; (910) 272-3609; jlowery@robeson.edu
Which course should you take? If you don’t know how to type, you should probably
start with a Keyboarding course. If you can type but are an absolute beginner with the
computer, select from Introduction to PC’s/Microsoft Windows XP.

Once you are comfortable with Windows, you might try word processing with Word,
database/spreadsheet software such as Access or Excel, or other software for specialized
purposes (e.g., PowerPoint, QuickBooks or FrontPage).

**Note: Each student enrolled in a computer course will be required to pay a $5.00
technology fee.

INTRODUCTION TO PC’s / MICROSOFT WINDOWS xP                                             $65.00
People who have little or no experience with computers will be amazed with the computer
knowledge they will gain from this course. The beginner will get an introduction to the
computer that includes the following: parts of a computer, memory, keyboard practice, and
word processing. This class also includes Windows XP A technology fee of $5.00 will be
                                                     .
required.
M Only      6:00-9:00P         9/14-11/02/09     COMTech Center, Room A050    Bryant
T Only      6:00-9:00P         9/22-11/10/09     RCC, Room 811                Locklear
Th Only     6:00-9:00P         9/17-11/05/09     Fairmont Community Bldg      Stubbs
                                                 Main Street, Fairmont

MICROSOFT ExCEL I                                                                       $65.00
Discover dozens of shortcuts and tricks for setting up fully formatted worksheets quickly and
efficiently. Learn the secrets behind writing powerful formulas, using functions, sorting and
analyzing data, creating custom charts, creating 3-dimensional workbooks, building links, and
creating macros and custom toolbar buttons. No textbook required. A technology fee of
$5.00 will be required.
T Only         6:00-9:00P       9/15-11/03/09      COMTech Center, Room, A050 Oxendine

MICROSOFT ExCEL (ADVANCE)                                                               $65.00
Designed to cover the function and concepts of this popular spreadsheet program. Discover
dozens of shortcuts and tricks for setting up fully formatted worksheets quickly and efficiently.
Learn the secrets behind writing powerful formulas, using functions, sorting and analyzing
data, creating custom charts, creating 3-dimensional workbooks, building links, and creating
macros and custom toolbar buttons. No text book required. A technology fee of $5.00 will
be required.
T Only        6:00-9:30P        11/10-12/15/09       COMTech Center, Room, A050 Oxendine

INTERNET AND EMAIL                                                                      $65.00
You’ve heard everyone talking about “surfing the Internet” and you feel a little left out. Well,
here’s your chance to catch up. It’s fun and a lot easier than you think. The Internet has a wealth
of information. You’ll learn how to send and read e-mail and how to locate and participate in
chatrooms with others who share similar interest. Text is not required. A technology fee of
$5.00 will be required.
Th Only       6:00-9:00P        9/17-11/05/09        COMTech Center, Room A050          Locklear




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Administrative Medical Specialist
(Coding) Part I
According to the 2007 Occupation Outlook
Handbook, Medical Billing is among the ten fastest
growing occupations in the U.S. Every health care
provider must submit proper documentation to
insurance companies for reimbursement, creating
numerous opportunities for trained individuals
in medical offices, clinics, and hospitals, as well
as home-based employment. This is part I of a
two part course. The second part will be offered
in the spring 2010 semester. This course imparts a working knowledge of medical billing and
reimbursement, as well as diagnostic and procedural coding systems.
This Administrative Medical Specialist course includes the following training:
• Medical Office Procedures • Medical Terminology • ICD-9/CPT
To become an Administrative Medical Specialist student (1) must be at least 18 years of age, and
(2) posses a high school diploma or GED. Pre-registration for this class is not required, but is an
option. However, slots will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. Students may pre-register
Tuesday, August 25, 2009 at 2:30 p.m. in Room 811 on the campus of RCC. Registration fee of
$175.00 is required, or authorization form from sponsoring agency. Please bring correct change.
T & TH        5:30 pm-9:30 pm      9/08-12/17/09       RCC, Room 811       TBA
Students who are WIA eligible may qualify for financial assistance with class
tuition and books!




         HEALTH INSURANCE BILLING CLERk
The responsibility for processing health insurance claims requires
knowledge of all aspects of medical insurance. According to the
2007 Occupation Outlook Handbook, the growth in the medical area
is far exceeding the trained potential employees. As an entry-level
insurance clerk you will be in a position to move up the ladder to
success. Textbooks required.

This training includes:
• Roles and Responsibilities of the     • Legal and Regulatory
  Health Insurance Clerk                  Considerations
• What is Health Insurance              • Reimbursement Issues
• Managed Health Care                   • Filing Claims
• Life Cycle of an Insurance Claim      • Medicare
• Introduction to Medical Coding        • Medicaid

And more…
Pre-registration for this class is not required but is an option. However, slots will be filled on a
first-come, first-serve basis. Students may pre-register on Tuesday, August 25, 2009 at 2:30pm in
room 811 at Robeson Community College. A registration fee of $175.00 will be due at the time of
registration, or cost authorization form from sponsoring agency. Please bring the correct change.

T & TH        8:00 am-2:00 pm          9/08-12/15/09           RCC, Room 811             Andrews
Students who are WIA eligible may qualify for financial assistance with class
tuition and books!



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Office Technology/Customer Relations Specialist
                          “Improve Your Employability Skills”

                                      “Quality Service Turns New Customers
                                                     into Repeat Customers”

                        Emphasis is placed on learning how to use the computer
                        in a work environment setting. Students will be taught
                        introduction to Microsoft word, Microsoft excel, Windows,
                        creating professional documents, and the importance
                        of effective communication. Great employees are and
                        always will be the back bone of any business and business
                        cannot exist without good customer service. This course
                        is designed to teach the basics of customer satisfaction and
                        how to project a professional image. Registration fee is
$175.00 and textbooks are required.
  “Deliver Exceptional Service in Every Situation, Everywhere, Every Time”
M&W         8:00 am-2:00 pm      9/14-12/16/09   RCC, Room 811                Martin
T & TH      8:00 am-2:00 pm      9/08-12/15/09   ComTech, Room A050           Bridges
Students who are WIA eligible may qualify for financial assistance with
class tuition and books!




       “SAVE MONEY, PRUNE YOUR OWN TREES”
               $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
TREE PRUNING BASICS                                                          $49.00
       Useful generalizations concerning pruning
practices can be made to improve the health, structure,
aesthetics, and safety of trees, even though tree species
may vary in their cultural requirements, and even within
a species individual trees differ in branch configuration.
          Class will cover topics including:
          • Why prune?
          • Styles of pruning
          • Tools
          • Making cuts
          • Pruning paint

       Mr. McPherson, the instructor has many years of
experience and owns and operates an orchard, vineyard
and produce farm. Please join this fun and exciting class. Class will include a field
trip where students will assist with the pruning of trees. Self-Supporting Class, all
participants must pay the registration fee!

  M              5:30 pm-8:30 pm         9/14-10/05/09       RCC, Room 903

Course Instructor: Mr. Jeff McPherson has over 25 years of experience working
with trees.
Class Date: Tuesday, September 15-29: 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Field Trip on Saturday, October 3, 2009: Time to be determined.

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PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL CODER
Students will learn how to use the CPT manual and the
ICD-9-CM to find medical codes for any disease, condition,
treatment, or surgical procedure. The objective of the
professional Medical Coder course is to prepare students to
work almost anywhere in the medical field—doctors’ offices,
clinics, public health facilities, hospitals, labs, nursing homes,
insurance agencies, or even the comfort of your own home.
Another vital objective is to provide students with real-world
examples and coding exercises to get them using coding tools in conjunction with analytical skills to
come up with just the right codes to describe the medical situation. Textbooks are required!

To become a Professional Medical Coder student (1) must be at least 18 years of age, and (2) posses a
high school diploma or GED. Pre-registration for this class is not required, but is an option. However,
slots will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. Students may pre-register Tuesday, August 25,
2009 at 2:30 p.m. in Room 811 on the campus of RCC. Registration fee of $175.00 is required or cost
authorization form from sponsoring agency. Please bring correct change.

    ,
M, W & F        8:00 am - 2:00 pm          9/09-12/11/09       COMTech, Room A050           Andrews

     The BioNetwork BioAg Center Presents:
        Basic Enology—An Introduction to
                   Winemaking




     Sponsored by NC
                                    Topics include:
     BioNetwork BioAg
                                       Basic theory and process of wine making using fresh
     Center and RRBEC.
                                       fruit as well as juice concentrate
                                       Understand basic use of the hydrometer
     Please contact Jennifer           Proper technique to sweetening and stabilizing
     Lowery to register at
                                       finished wines
     910-272-3609 or
     jlowery@robeson.edu            Cost: $55 plus option to buy wine making kit, which
                                    makes 6 gallons of wine.
     Class held at:
                                    Class is limited to 20 participants.
     300 Commerce Ave
     Lumberton, NC 28358            Workshop begins Tuesday, August 18, 2009 6 pm until
     (off service road past         8 pm. for 4 sessions.
     Lumberton Airport)             Presented by: Jeff Mcpherson




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                    WE’VE GONE ONLINE!
                                 For More Information Contact:
                Lisa Jones, Secretary; (910) 272-3603; ljones@robeson.edu
             Jennifer Lowery, Director; (910) 272-3609; jlowery@robeson.edu
   Bad weather? Tired of driving to and from class? A busy schedule? Not a problem!
   You never have to leave your house and you can access your online class and each of your lessons
when it’s a convenient time for you! I hope you’ll take advantage of this super opportunity to learn
in the privacy and convenience of your home. RCC offers a variety of Continuing Education
classes for students who have Internet access. Course materials and assignments are
online and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Students may work when they have
time available.
   Prior to starting each course, you will be required (1) to complete on Online Orientation
and (2) to register for the course in person, at the Continuing Education Department.
   You must have access to a computer with Internet Access and an email account in order
to take the class.
Visit our Website at www.ed2go.com/robesoncc for a complete list of ALL the course offerings.

All of the following computer classes will be offered on these dates for your convenience:
                                 www.ed2go.com/robesoncc
August 19, 2009                        Online                                        $65.00
September 16, 2009                     Online                                        $65.00
October 21, 2009                       Online                                        $65.00
November 11, 2009                      Online                                        $65.00
December 09, 2009                      Online                                        $65.00
A TO Z GRANTWRITING (ONLINE)                                                             $65.00
WWW.ED2GO.COM/ROBESONCC
A to Z Grantwriting is an invigorating and informative seminar specially created for execu-
tive directors, organizers, board members, community volunteers, development officers,
and individuals who want to learn a “bird’s eye” view of the grantwriting process and learn
how to: Research and develop mutually beneficial relationships with potential funding
sources. Organize a grantwriting campaign and keep track of all funding sources, requests,
and donations.
PC TROUBLESHOOTING (ONLINE)                                                              $65.00
WWW.ED2GO.COM/ROBESONCC
Learn how to put an end to those nagging system glitches, interpret error codes and
messages, detect and eliminate conflicts, replace drivers, and perform basic preventative
maintenance.
QUICkBOOkS: INTRODUCTION (ONLINE)                                                        $65.00
WWW.ED2GO.COM/ROBESONCC
Learn how QuickBooks makes it easy to set up a chart of accounts, reconcile your checking
account, create and print invoices, receipts, and statements, track your payables, inventory,
and receivables, create estimates and generate reports.
INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT WORD (ONLINE)                                                  $65.00
WWW.ED2GO.COM/ROBESONCC
Learn how to create and modify documents in Word, the strongest and most popular word-
processing program available.



                                         TEACHER RECERTIFICATION CREDIT
                                         IS AVAILABLE FOR MOST COMPUTER
                                         COURSES AT THE RATE OF ONE TRC OR
                                         CEU PER 10 HOURS OF CLASSROOM
                                         INSTRUCTION OR ONLINE INSTRUCTION
                                         FOR STUDENTS WHO ATTEND AT LEAST
                                         80% OF A COURSE.


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                  EMERGENCY SERVICES
                   TRAINING CENTER
                         For More Information Contact:
     Tammy Bozeman, Secretary; (910) 738-7128, Ext. 21; tbozeman@robeson.edu
CERTIFICATION CLASSES
All classes are designed to meet the requirements of the NC Fire and Rescue Commission
for certification. You will, upon successful completion, be certified in the class subject.
The student must have a high school diploma or GED and must be 18 years of age in
order to be certified by the State of North Carolina. Classes are registered separately, so
you may take one or more classes as needed. The student must attend 80% of scheduled
class hours to test for certification. Classes will be held at the Emergency Services Training
Center located at 5825 NC Hwy. 72 East in Lumberton. For additional information, call
(910)738-7128.
     PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL CLASSES SO THAT WE MAY
  DETERMINE THE MAkING OF A CLASS AS WELL AS NOTIFY YOU IF THE CLASS
          CANCELS. PLEASE CALL (910) 738-7128 TO PRE-REGISTER.

RESCUE TECHNICIAN ACADEMY
M               9:00 am-5:00 pm       8/17/09          General Incident Planning
T               9:00 am-9:00 pm       8/18/09          General PPE
W               9:00 am-9:00 pm       8/19/09          General Search
F               9:00 am-12:00 pm      8/21/09          Gen. Victim Management
F               1:00 pm-7:00 pm       8/21/09          Gen. Helicopter Transport
T               9:00 am-9:00 pm       8/25/09          General Insp. & Maintenance
  ,
W Th & F        9:00 am-6:00 pm       8/26-28/09       Gen. Ropes, Anchors & Lowers
M               9:00 am-9:00 pm       8/31/09          VMR Incident Planning
T               9:00 am-9:00 pm       9/1/09           VMR PPE
W               9:00 am-9:00 pm       9/2/09           VMR Equipment
Th & F          9:00 am-9:00 pm       9/3-4/09         VMR Extrication
For additional information about other classes, please check our website:
www.rccestg.org or have your chief or training officer call to schedule classes
for your department.

FIREFIGHTER I & II ACADEMY
T&W             9:00 am-6:00 pm          9/1-9/2/09          Orientation & Safety
Th & F          9:00 am-6:00 pm          9/3-9/4/09          Fire Alarms & Communitcation
T&W             9:00 am-8:00 pm          9/8-9/9/09          Fire Hose Stream & Appliances
Th              9:00 am-10:00 pm         9/10/09             Building Construction
F               9:00 am-10:00 pm         9/11/09             Fire Behavior
M&T             9:00 am-5:00 pm          9/14-9/15/09        Forcible Entry
W & Th          9:00 am-8:00 pm          9/16-9/17/09        Ventilation
F               9:00 am-5:00 pm          9/18/09             Salvage
M&T             9:00 am-6:00 pm          9/21-9/22/09        Sprinklers
W               9:00 am-5:00 pm          9/23/09             Overhaul
Th & F          9:00 am-7:00 pm          9/24-9/25/09        Personal Protective Equipment
M&T             9:00 am-7:00 pm          9/28-9/29/09        Ladders
W & Th          9:00 am-8:00 pm          9/30-10/1/09        Water Supply
F               9:00 am-5:00 pm          10/2/09             Foam
M               9:00 am-5:00 pm          10/5/09             Portable Extinguishers
T, W & Th       9:00 am-6:00 pm          10/6-10/8-09        Rescue
F, M & T        9:00 am-6:00 pm          10/9-10/13/09       Prevention, Education & Cause
W & Th          9:00 am-5:00 pm          10/14-10/15/09      Ropes
F, M & T        9:00 am-7:00 pm          10/16-10/20/09      Emergency Medical Care
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W Th & F        9:00 am-8:00 pm          10/21-10/23/09      Fire Control
M, T, W & F     9:00 am-8:00 pm          10/26-10/30/09      Haz-Mat Combo
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DRIVER/OPERATOR ACADEMY
M&T           9:00 am-6:00 pm         9/7-9/8/09        Introduction to Fire Pumps
Th, F & M     9:00 am-6:00 pm         9/10-9/14/09      Basic Fire Pumps
W             9:00 am-6:00 pm         9/16/09           Pump Maintenance
Th            9:00 am-6:00 pm         9/17/09           Sprinklers & Standpipes
T&W           9:00 am-6:00 pm         9/22-9/23/09      Pump Hydraulics
F, M & T      9:00 am-6:00 pm         9/25-9/29/09      Service Testing
Th            9:00 am-6:00 pm         10/1/09           Pump Water Supply
F&M           9:00 am-6:00 pm         10/2-10/5-09      Emergency Vehicle Driving
NFPA 1403 LIVE BURN QUALIFICATION (More Classes To Be Scheduled)
T & Th        7:00 pm-10:00 pm        9/1-9/10/09       Fire Behavior
CERTIFICATION
F              6:00 pm-10:00 pm     8/28-9/13/09       Surface Water Technician
Sa
Su
For additional information about other classes, please check our website:
www.rccestg.org or have your chief or training officer call to schedule classes
for your department.

                   LAW ENFORCEMENT
                         For More Information Contact:
       Barbara Sampson, Secretary; (910) 272-3651; bsampson@robeson.edu
 Jeannette Freeman, QA/Compliance Officer; (910) 272-3650; jfreeman@robeson.edu
       MANDATED IN-SERVICE TRAINING FOR TELECOMMUNICATORS
Courtroom Demeanor
T       8:00 am-12:00 pm 08/11/09      RCC, Room 1124 Gene Melvin
T       8:00 am-12:00 pm 08/18/09      RCC, Room 1124 Gene Melvin
         MANDATED IN-SERVICE TRAINING FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
Legal Update
TH      8:00 am-12:00pm   10/08/09      RCC, Room 1108 TBA
Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Training: In the “Real World”
TH       1:00 pm-3:00 pm        10/08/09          RCC, Room 1108        TBA
Domestic Violence
TH      3:00 pm-5:00 pm          10/08/09            RCC, Room 1108     TBA
Career Survival: Training & Standards Issues
TH      8:00 am-10:00 am       10/15/09              RCC, Room 1126     Burnis Wilkins

Drug Diversion for Patrol Officers
TH      10:00 am-12:00 pm      10/15/09              RCC, Room 1126     Burnis Wilkins

Hazardous Materials/Bloodborne Pathogens Refresher
TH     1:00 pm-5:00 pm      10/15/09         RCC, Room 1126             Burnis Wilkins

       MANDATED IN-SERVICE TRAINING FOR DETENTION OFFICERS
Hazardous Materials/Bloodborne Pathogens Refresher/Fire Safety
TH     8:00 am-1:00 pm      08/06/09         RCC, Room 1128    Terry Parker
TH     8:00 am-1:00 pm      08/13/09         RCC, Room 1128    Terry Parker

Legal Update
TH      8:00 am-10:00 am         09/03/09            RCC, Room 1108     Susan Green
TH      8:00 am-10:00 am         09/10/09            RCC, Room 1108     Susan Green
TH      8:00 am-10:00 am         09/17/09            RCC, Room 1108     Susan Green
TH      8:00 am-10:00 am         09/24/09            RCC, Room 1108     Susan Green
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Career Survival: Lessons Learned
TH      10:00 am-12:00 pm     09/03/09             RCC, Room 1108         Susan Green
TH      10:00 am-12:00 pm     09/10/09             RCC, Room 1108         Susan Green
TH      10:00 am-12:00 pm     09/17/09             RCC, Room 1108         Susan Green
TH      10:00 am-12:00 pm     09/24/09             RCC, Room 1108         Susan Green
Sexual Harassment
TH      1:00 pm-5:00 pm        09/03/09            RCC, Room 1108         Susan Green
TH      1:00 pm-5:00 pm        09/10/09            RCC, Room 1108         Susan Green
TH      1:00 pm-5:00 pm        09/17/09            RCC, Room 1108         Susan Green
TH      1:00 pm-5:00 pm        09/24/09            RCC, Room 1108         Susan Green
                       ADDITIONAL TRAINING AVAILABLE
Radar Recertification (includes time distance and lidar)
   (Students must bring department car with radar and an updated manual)
T-W      8:00 am-5:00 pm       08/04/09-08/05/09 RCC, Room 1128 Bruce Meares
Basic Radar Certification
    (Students must bring department car with radar and an updated manual)
T-F     7:30 am-6:30 pm   09/08/09-09/11/09 RCC, Room 1128     Bruce Meares
Radar Recertification (includes time distance and lidar)
   (Students must bring department car with radar and an updated manual)
M-T    8:00 am-5:00 pm    10/19/09-10/20/09 RCC, Room 1128   Bruce Meares
Radar Recertification (includes time distance and lidar)
  (Students must bring department car with radar and an updated manual)
TH-F 8:00 am-5:00 pm      12/03/09-12/04/09 RCC, Room 1128  Timothy Hickman
Rapid Deployment (With Simunitions)
F     8:00 am-5:00 pm  08/14/09               Lumberton High School Maynor/Wilkins/Woodard
Expandable Baton
TH    8:00 am-12:00 pm    08/20/09            I-95 Technology Bldg. Jimmy Maynor
Taser Certification (M26 and x26)
W      8:00 am-5:00 pm    09/16/09            RCC, Room 1128          Bruce Meares
Field Training Officer
M-F    8:30 am-5:30 pm    09/21/09-09/25/09   RCC, Room 1128          ED Moreau
Interviews & Interrogations
M-F    8:00 am-5:00 pm   09/28/09-10/02/09    RCC, Room 1128          Hal Landreth
First Line Supervision
M-F     8:00 am-5:00 pm   11/09/09-11/13/09   RCC, Room 1128          Larry Stroud
Police Law Institute (Sanctioned by North Carolina Justice Academy) 76 hours class
F-SA    8:00 am-6:00 pm    09/11/09-09/12/09 RCC, Room 1126       Andrew Tallmer
                           09/18/09-09/19/09
                           10/09/09-10/10/09
                           10/30/09-10/31/09
SA      8:00 am-2:00 pm    10/31/09
Standardized Field Sobriety Testing
TBA
                             SELF SUPPORTED CLASSES
Carrying Concealed Weapon Training (12 hours training)            $81.25
M      6:00 pm-10:00 pm   08/10/09            RCC, Room 1126          Hubert Graham
TH     6:00 pm-10:00 pm   08/13/09
SA     8:00 am-12:00 pm   08/15/09
T      6:00 pm-10:00 pm   09/08/09            RCC, Room 1126          Hubert Graham
TH     6:00 pm-10:00 pm   09/10/09
SA     8:00 am-12:00 pm   09/12/09
SA     8:00 am-5:00 pm    09/19/09            RCC, Room 1126          Jimmy Maynor
SA     8:00 am-12:00 pm   09/26/09
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                  EMERGENCY SERVICES
                           For More Information Contact:
           Melba Hester, Secretary; (910) 272-3407; mhester@robeson.edu
 Flora Lowry-Williams, Coordinator/Instructor, (910) 272- 3408; fgwillia@robeson.edu

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN (EMT) COURSE                                             $175.00
                                                                       NoN-EMS PERSoNNEl
This is the basic Emergency Medical Technician course which is a requirement in order to
work with most rescue squads and EMS agencies. Upon successful completion students will
be administered a state exam through the North Carolina Office of EMS for certification as
an EMT. An additional fee of $10.00 is charged each student for supplies and each student
must have an up to date manual. Students must score a 10th grade reading level on a reading
comprehension exam. Reading comprehension exam is given on Wednesday nights at 7:45pm
in Building 3 on our campus in the Adult Education Program. Please arrive 15 minutes early
for registration. For more information contact Flora Lowry-Williams at 910-272-3408.
M, T & W       6:30 pm - 10:30 pm       1/4/10 – 5/24/10 RCC, Room 1752B             TBA
EMT ALS CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES                                                    $65.00
                                                                       NoN-EMS PERSoNNEl
This class is required for recertification for all levels of EMT certification. This class will be
offered at Robeson Community College and will meet on the Second and Third Thursday of
each month. For more information contact Flora Lowry-Williams at 910-272-3408.
2ND AND 3RD THURSDAY EACH MONTH 7:30pm-10:30pm RCC, Room 1726B Various
CPR                                                                                     $65.00
These courses will meet the requirements for day cares, Nursing Assistant, Nursing and any other
agency that requires the Healthcare provider CPR which is the American Heart Association.
Written and performance testing is required. CPR cards are an addition of $2.00 fee. Textbook
is required to register in the class. Textbook can be purchased at the RCC bookstore for $16.50.
These classes are offered as requested by groups of six or more and can be offered during the
day or evening or weekends. These classes may also be offered off-campus at your place of
business if adequate room is available for the training. For more information or to schedule a
class contact Flora Lowry-Williams at 910-272-3408.
W              8:30 am - 1:30 pm            8/05/09           RCC, Room 1752B           TBA
F              8:30 am - 1:30 pm            8/07/09           RCC, Room 1752B           TBA
F              8:30 am - 1:30 pm            8/14/09           RCC, Room 1752B           TBA
W              8:30 am - 1:30 pm            9/02/09           RCC, Room 1752B           TBA
M              8:30 am - 1:30 pm            9/14/09           RCC, Room 1752B           TBA
M              8:30 am - 1:30 pm            10/5/09           RCC, Room 1752B           TBA
W              8:30 am - 1:30 pm            10/21/09          RCC, Room 1752B           TBA
F              8:30 am - 1:30 pm            11/6/09           RCC, Room 1752B           TBA
W              8:30 am - 1:30 pm            11/18/09          RCC, Room 1752B           TBA
W              8:30 am - 1:30 pm            12/02/09          RCC, Room 1752B           TBA
M              8:30 am - 1:30 pm            12/14/09          RCC, Room 1752B           TBA
CPR HEARTSAVER                                                                          $65.00
This is a basic life support training course for lay person. It is intended for the public and
basic skills are taught. CPR cards are an additional $2.00 fee. For more information, or to
schedule a class contact Flora Lowry-Williams at 920-272-3408.
CPR REFRESHER                                                                           $65.00
This course is the Healthcare Provider CPR Refresher course. CPR cards are an additional
$2.00 fee. It will meet the requirements for day cares, nursing assistants, and any other agency
that requires the Healthcare Provider CPR which is American Heart Association. Written and
performance testing is required. Pre-registration is required. For more information contact
Flora Lowry-Williams at 910-272-3408.



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NURSING ASSISTANT I                                                                       $175.00
This program is for listing on the state registry of the North Carolina Nurse Aide Registry. North
Carolina registration is required for employment in a nursing home, long term care facility, hospital,
or similar facility. The program consists of classroom work, practical exercises in skill areas and
clinical work in a nursing home facility under the supervision of the instructor. Students must score
the 7th grade reading level on a reading comprehension exam. These tests are given Monday and
Thursday evening at 7:45pm and on Wednesday morning at 10:45am in Building 3 on our campus
by the Adult Basic Education Program. Please arrive 15 minutes early for registration. There is no
charge to take the test. If your test scores on the reading test is 7.0 or higher you should bring the
score to us in Building 17 and give us your address so that your name can be put on the list to receive
the information on the next available Nursing Assistant classes. We will be teaching classes day and
night on our main campus as well as at our new Com Tech Center in Pembroke. Additional fees are
supply fee of $5.00, malpractice insurance $15.00, accidental insurance $1.25 and $55.00 fee for career
readiness. A Career Readiness class will be held one week prior to the day classes starting and two
weeks prior to the night classes starting. To have your name put on the list to receive information,
please take the reading comprehension exam and provide us with a copy of your test scores. For
more information contact Melba Hester at 910-272-3407.
M, T & W      8:00 am - 2:00 pm             10/26/09-12/17/09        RCC 1751B            IVEY
NURSING ASSISTANT REFRESHER                                                               $120.00
The Nursing Assistant Refresher Course is a 44 hours class designed for NAI’s whose listing on the
registry has expired. The course includes lecture, written exam, and competency evaluation. To
be eligible for this course NAI’s must have worked under the supervision of a RN during the last 2-4
years. A CPR Refresher book can be purchased at our bookstore for $25.00. For more information
or to determine if you qualify for this course contact Melba Hester at 910-272-3407. In order to
enter this class you must pre-register. Class will be limited to 20 students.

NOTE: ALL STUDENTS MUST PRESENT THEIR DRIVER’S LICENSE (OR PICTURE ID)
AND SOCIAL SECURITY CARDS IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR THIS CLASS. NO ONE
WILL BE ALLOWED TO REGISTER WITHOUT THE PROPER DOCUMENTATION. PLEASE
MAkE SURE THAT YOU HAVE YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY CARD AND IF YOU DO NOT,
YOU WILL NEED TO ORDER A DUPLICATE FROM THE SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE.
kEEP IN MIND: IT WILL TAkE APPROxIMATELY 2-3 WEEkS TO GET THE CARD ONCE
YOU HAVE REQUESTED IT.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN (EMT-I) COURSE                                               $175.00
                                                                          NoN-EMS PERSoNNEl
This is the Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate course which is a requirement in order to
work with most rescue squads and EMS agencies as an EMT-I. Upon successful completion students
will be administered a state exam through the North Carolina Office of EMS for certification must
have an up to date manual. An additional fee of $10.00 is charged each student for supplies and each
student must have an up to date manual. Students must have successful completed a North Carolina
EMT basic course. Students must pass the Compass test in the Counseling and Career Center in
Building 13. Please call Flora Lowry-Williams at 910-272-3408 and give your name and address.

CLASS WILL BEGIN IN LATE JANUARY 2010.
YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER FOR ALL CLASSES IN EMERGENCY SERVICES.




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      HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
                             For More Information Contact:
             Lisa Jones, Secretary; (910) 272-3603; ljones@robeson.edu or
          Angela Locklear, Coordinator; (910) 272-3613 alocklea@robeson.edu
    NOTE: FEE WAVIER for individuals who meet the eligibility criteria.
CAREER PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
This course is designed to assess the interests, attitudes, aptitudes, and readiness as it relates
to career, employment, and/or educational goals. The content of the instructional materials
will focus on the following topics: personal development, career exploration, goal setting and
the development of a written plan of action. *This 15 hour course is preferred before entering
Introduction to Professional Administrative Assistant & Child Care Provider Training.
INTRODUCTION TO PROFESSIONAL
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT                                                              $175.00
Improve your office administration skills and prepare yourself for a rewarding entry-level office
position. The curriculum framework is based on a specific occupation and addresses entry-level
skill awareness and development. Learn basic computer, keyboarding and word processing skills,
while learning practical, hands-on ideas for becoming an exceptional member of the office team.
Basic keyboarding knowledge is needed before taking this course.

M-F       8:30 am – 2 pm            10/26-12/4/09              RCC, Room 1411B              Blue
CHILD CARE PROVIDER TRAINING                                                          $175.00
This course will avail you the opportunity to learn to become a child daycare professional
teacher with the how-to’s of starting and operating your own child daycare. The enrollee will
excitedly learn the importance of increasing the self confidence needed to function as a model
for “watching” children. This course will help you identify your teaching style, a sense of self-
worth, and you will tap into the eight basic steps to creating a positive growth environment from
prenatal into adulthood. This course is just for you if you wish to gain a working knowledge of
the operational procedures in a child care facility.

M-F        8:30 am – 2 pm           9/21-10/23/09              RCC, Room 1411B              Blue
COMPUTER SkILLS FOR THE WORLD OF WORk                                                 $120.00
This course is designed to introduce computers and computer terms, develop a moderate comfort
level of basic computer-use skills, introduce the Internet and search engines. The content of the
instructional materials focuses on the following topics: computer terminology, keyboarding, MS
Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Publisher, MS Access and uses of the Internet and Email.

Sa        9:00 am – 1:00 pm         9/26-12/5/09               RCC, Room 925               Jones
     NEW!        ON-LINE JOB SEARCH
Struggling to find a great job in a bad economy can be tough, but this class can help improve your
chances of landing the job you deserve! Learn the latest techniques to search the Internet for
jobs that are available in your area! This class will teach you interviewing and resume tips, how
to post resumes online and how to use the Internet to research occupations, make contacts and
network, get skills testing, and search for job vacancies.

Sa        9:00 am – 1:00 pm          9/12-9/19/09              RCC, Room 925               Jones
FARMERS ADOPTING COMPUTER TRAINING (FACT) PROJECT                                     $120.00
In partnership with NC Cooperative Extension Service and A & T State University, this project
is designed to train small farm families how to use computers for their farming operations in
order to become more competitive in the market place. There are a series of four computer
classes offered in the spring and fall. The classes are Keyboarding Skills for the Workplace,
Basic Computers for the Workplace, Computer Empowerment for the Workplace, and
Employment Planning on the Internet.

Computer Empowerment for the Workplace
T & Th    5:30 pm - 8:30 pm  9/22-10/22/09                         RCC, Room 925           Clark

Employment Planning on the Internet
T & Th   5:30 pm - 8:30 pm      11/3-12/8/09                       RCC, Room 925           Clark
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PRE-TELLER CERTIFICATION COURSE                                                        $120.00
This course is designed for persons interested in becoming bank tellers and cashiers. Topics to be
covered in this 45-hour course include balancing operations, handling cash, customer relations,
introduction to banking operations, motivation and self-confidence, professional conduct and dress,
and security procedures. Students who successfully complete this course are promised an interview
with BB &T (this does not guarantee employment). Students will receive American Banker’s Association
Credit for this course which is recognized by financial institutions nationwide. Text book required.

T & Th      6:00 pm – 9:00 pm        9/15-11/3/09                   RCC, Room 1427B          Page
SUCCEEDING AS A CALL CENTER ASSOCIATE                                                  $175.00
In partnership with BB&T, this class is offered to individuals who are interested in part-time
or full-time employment in a marketing or customer service career? Financial institutions
offer a broad array of services via call centers. Learn how to market products, collect debts,
and deliver superior customer service. Emphasis is placed on teamwork, work ethic, and
displaying a positive attitude. Basic computer skills are a pre-requisite. Students who
successfully complete this course will be better prepared for a job in this arena.

M–F         8:30am-2:00pm            8/10-9/18/09                   RCC, Room 1411B          Blue
kEYTRAIN LAB                                                                           $175.00
This employability lab is designed to assist individuals in nine different areas – business writing,
locating information, technology, mathematics, listening, teamwork, reading and observation.
An individual will receive career counseling to make appropriate decisions about career
choices, assessment of current skills levels related to career choices, training in the skill area
in which remediation is needed and finally formal assessment to determine if skills are at the
appropriate level to pursue identified careers. While working on the KeyTrain software, which
is self-directed and self-paced, individuals will receive job search assistance, information on the
local labor market and educational opportunities, and motivation from staff to find appropriate
employment or referral to further training.

M-F         8:00 am – 2:00 pm        OPEN                       RCC, Room 1412B          Lowery
M-F         8:00 am - 2:00 pm        OPEN                       RCC, Room 925            Sessoms
T&Th        5:30 pm – 8:30 pm        OPEN                       RCC, Room 1412B          Jones
BASIC COMPUTER SkILLS                                                                    $65.00
This course is designed to cover basic computer skills beginning with the compnents of a computer.
Other skills include using a mouse, operating systems review, varying file commands, and a brief
introduction to the Internet. Topics include: Introdcution to computers, input devices, processing,
data storage; Internet capabilities, email, job search engines; Working with applications, CD-ROM,
output devices; and course review.

T&W        5:30 pm – 7:30 pm          8/18-9/23/09               Lumberton ESC             Martin
T&W        5:30 pm – 7:30 pm          10/13-11/18/09             Lumberton ESC             Martin




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 NEW!         SERVICE INDUSTRY TRAINING ACADEMY                              $175.00 (per class)
This training academy is designed for students interested in entering the Service Industry in
a variety of job settings such as: Hospitality, Fast Food, & Cashier/Retail Sales. The Training
Academy will be a total of 345 hours. Students may choose to enroll in the series of three
classes or one class.

     1. Customer Service for Hospitality Training (115 hours)              10/12-11/11/09
                    The course is designed for students interested in entering the
                    Hospitality Industry in a variety of settings. Students will focus on
                    customer service skills specific for the hospitality industry. Class
                    session will cover guest services, professionalism, safety and security,
                    front desk representative, reservationist, bell service attendant,
                    guestroom attendant, maintenance worker, laundry attendant and
                    food and beverage divisions.


     2. Customer Service for Fast Food Training (115 hours)                          11/16-12/18/09
        This course is designed for students interested in
        entering the Fast Food Industry in a variety of settings.
        Students will focus on customer service skills specific
        for the fast food industry. Class sessions will cover
        food preparation, food service, various task, tools &
        technology used, skills needed, and other activities.


     3. Customer Service for Cashier/Retail Training (115 hours)               9/8-10/8/09
                         This course is designed for students interested in entering
                         the Cashier/Retail Industry in a variety of settings. Students
                         will focus on customer service skills specific for the cashier/
                         retail industry. Class sessions will cover mathematics, receipt of
                         payment, computing and recording cash drawer transactions,
                         counting and monitoring money in cash drawer, balance sheet,
                         issue of receipts and refunds, returned merchandise, knowledge
                         of sales and promotions, security, recommending and selecting
                         merchandise, sales and marketing.
     M–F     8:30am-2:00pm           9/8-12/18/09       RCC, Room 1427B          Stewart


 “BUILD A BRIDGE BETWEEN YOURSELF AND EMPLOYERS WITH THE”

                                 NORTH CAROLINA CAREER READINESS
                                       CERTIFICATION (CRC)
                               The Career Readiness Certification (CRC) certifies that job seekers
                               have the core employability skills required across multiple industries
and occupations. The three assessments that make up the CRC are Applied Mathematics, Locating
Information, and Reading for Information-and are awarded on three levels: Bronze, Silver, and
Gold. Visit the CRC website at www.crcnc.org.
                                     WorkKeys helps determine the skill levels for various jobs.
                                     WorkKeys is a job skills assessment system measuring “real
                                     world” skills that employers believe are critical to job success.
                                     When you use WorkKeys to show you are ready for work, you
                                     have an advantage with employers who accept or require job
applicants to have WorkKeys scores. WorkKeys assesses nine skill areas: Applied Mathematics,
Applied Technology, Business Writing, Listening, Locating Information, Observation, Reading for
Information, Teamwork, and Writing. Each WorkKeys assessment has a score level range which
is usually 3 to 7. The scores indicate an individual’s ability to perform more complex skills as the
score level increases.
**WORkkEYS TEST ARE ADMINISTERED THE 2ND AND 4TH FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH.

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                   SMALL BUSINESS CENTER
                           For More Information Contact:
       karen Lesane, Admin. Assistant; (910) 272-3630; klesane@robeson.edu or
             Bob Moore, Director; (910) 272-3631; bmoore@robeson.edu

THE SMALL BUSINESS CENTER
The Small Business Center is designed to meet the training needs of the area’s small business
owners and other personnel, as well as entrepreneurial training to start a small business. Training
sessions are offered as seminars, workshops, and short-term courses. The Small Business Center
also offers confidential business counseling at no charge to individuals wishing to start a new
business or expand an existing business. Assistance is available in writing business plans, marketing
and advertising, locating sources of capital, management and supervision, market research,
personnel, and other business related subjects. Appointments are scheduled for the convenience
of the client. To schedule a counseling session, please call Bob Moore at 910-272-3631.
GATE: NEW PROGRAM TO HELP                                                              NEW!
LAID-OFF WORkERS START THEIR OWN BUSINESS
   GATE (Growing America Through Entrepreneurship) is a new program as of April 2009 that
is offered by the US Department of Labor through the Community College System of North
Carolina. GATE is for dislocated workers (laid-off) in the 85 rural counties of the state. It
provides educational assistance directly related to starting and operating a new business.
   GATE operates as a scholarship program available to qualified individuals. It provides for
an assessment of your entrepreneurial skills, business and entrepreneurship courses, and
focused one-on-one business counseling.
   You will be introduced to a statewide network of business resource professionals. Those
who complete workable business plans will be able to apply for a microenterprise loans
(Note: GATE DOES NOT AWARD GRANTS OR LOANS to individuals or businesses).
   RCC works closely with the Employment Security Commission to award GATE scholarships
to qualified individuals. For more information about this exciting program, call Bob McKee
at 910-272-3447 or email bmckee@robeson.edu
HOW TO MAkE $250,000 WITH GOOGLE IN ONE YEAR,                                          NEW!
BY SOMEONE WHO HAS DONE IT-NO FEE
This dynamic seminar will teach you how to use the full benefits of Google to create an
online business that performs beyond your wildest imagination. You will learn how to use
Google AdWords, Google Analytics, Google Key Word Targeting, and Google AdSense to
promote your products and services while growing your business to the level you desire.
During this seminar, information will be discussed on how to get your Website to the top of
Google searches by using the right keywords and techniques. If you want to start an on-line
business or grow an existing business, attending this seminar is a “must!” Reserve your
seat now by calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.
TH         6:00pm-9:00pm             08/20/09                    RCC, Room 901          Brossman
REAL(RURAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP THROUGH ACTION LEARNING) $120.00
REAL is a unique and nationally recognized program for individuals interested in opening
or expanding their own small business. Participants in this “hands on” course identify and
develop necessary skills, scan the community for small business opportunities and prepare
a business plan that includes a financial and marketing plan. Participants who successfully
complete the course are eligible to apply for a revolving loan fund for start-up capital.
Reserve your seat now by calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.
T & TH 6:00pm-9:00pm                 09/29/09-11/12/09           RCC, Room TBD              McKee
HOW TO START A SUCCESSFUL
                                                                                       NEW!
LAWN MAINTENANCE-LANDSCAPING BUSINESS-NO FEE
Today, many are searching for a small business enterprise they can start quickly to generate
additional income. This seminar will cover the details of equipment needs and types,
estimated cost of equipment, financing, personnel, insurance, and fuel. Information on
how to submit bids for prospective jobs, contracts and opportunities will be discussed, as
well as the pitfalls, limitations, and risks. Enter this field with the knowledge on how to be
successful and achieve your goals. If you have ever thought about operating your own lawn
maintenance-landscaping business, do not miss the opportunity to attend this seminar.
Reserve your seat now by calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.
M          6:00pm-9:00pm              08/31/09                   RCC, Room 901         Carver
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HOW TO START A NEW FOR PROFIT                                                       NEW!
OR NON-PROFIT BUSINESS-NO FEE
This seminar will share diverse information on how to start a new business. The participants
will learn how to start for-profit businesses as well as non-profits in the areas of service and
goods. Learn how to market your new business, organize your books, and make initial
staffing decisions. If you are considering starting a for-profit or non-profit business, please
plan to attend this very informative seminar. Reserve your seat now by calling 910-272-
3630 or 910-272-3631.
TH        6:00pm-9:00pm              09/03/09                  RCC, Room 901        Murdaugh
INCORPORATING YOUR BUSINESS- NO FEE
Legally and economically, there are many reasons why business owners would benefit from
the various types of corporation status. This seminar will provide information that will help
business owners become more knowledgeable about the different types of corporations, the
advantages and disadvantages of incorporating their business and the procedures that are
necessary to become incorporated under the laws of the State of North Carolina. If you are
a sole proprietor or a partnership, learn why the next logical step would be incorporation.
Reserve your seat now by calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.

TH        6:00pm-9:00pm              09/10/09                  RCC, Room 901        Murdaugh
“JUMPING THE 501C(3) HURDLES
                                                                                    NEW!
TO BECOME A NON-PROFIT”-NO FEE
Interested in starting a non-profit business or thinking about changing your current for-
profit business into a non-profit? This seminar will help you decide if a non-profit status is
best for you and your company. The participant will also learn the key pointers to applying
for tax exempt status and how to overcome barriers that may prolong or terminate an
application. This seminar is designed to answer all your questions about non-profits so you
can make intelligent decisions as your move forward. Reserve your seat now by calling
910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.

TH        6:00pm-9:00pm              09/17/09                  RCC, Room 901        Murdaugh
BASICS FOR WRITING A GRANT-NO FEE
Do not let the process of writing a grant scare you away from potential funding. This basic
three-hour seminar is designed to encourage and build confidence among current and
potential nonprofit leaders. If you are looking for a starting point, or you want to investigate
what is involved in the grant writing process, this seminar is for you. Bring your board
members or potential board members directors and volunteers. Issues covered during this
seminar will include:
                           • Making preparations
                           • Focusing on priorities
                           • Developing the project
                           • Researching the potential
                           • Writing the proposal
                           • Evaluating the process
Do not let your non-profit fail to reach its potential due to lack of funding. Register today and
be informed! Reserve your seat now by calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.

M         6:00pm-9:00pm              09/28/09                  RCC, Room 901              Gore
HOW TO SELF-PUBLISH YOUR BOOk FOR LESS                                              NEW!
THAN $20 AND SELL IT ON THE INTERNET-NO FEE
In this new seminar, you will learn what is required to Self-Publish your book and the basics of
marketing your book. The best part is that you will spend less than the cost of one book and
some supplies to achieve this goal! This course includes low cost marketing ideas to promote
your own book as well as all the basic steps from production through sales. You will be able to
produce your own perfect bound professional book which can be purchased on the Internet
for less then $20! If you have been thinking about publishing a book for years, make plans now
to find out how! Reserve your seat now by calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.

T         6:00pm-9:00pm              09/29/09                  RCC, Room 901         Brossman
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ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLES-METHODS TO AVOID PAST DUES-NO FEE                                 NEW!
In this three-hour seminar, you will learn proven methods and strategies to help retain good
customers, increase your business, and avoid past due accounts. You will learn how past due
accounts hurt cash flow and will eventually “break the back” of a small business. You will
also gain insight as to how to collect past due accounts without losing customers. Reserve
your seat now by calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.
TH        6:00pm-9:00pm              10/01/09                  RCC, Room 901            Carver
COMPETENT PERSON TRENCHING TRAINING-NO FEE
If you are a business that performs any type of trenching, you are required by North Carolina
law to have a “Competent Person” on site at all times. This four-hour seminar will certify your
employee in this area. Reserve your seat now by calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.
TH        1:00pm-5:00pm              10/15/09                  RCC, Room 901             Elliott
HOW TO BUY OR SELL A SMALL BUSINESS-NO FEE                                      NEW!
This three-hour seminar will address many issues that are important to buyers and sellers of
small businesses including how brokers, estimators, appraisers, and loan officers make their
money from your sell or purchase. If you have a serious interest in selling your small business
or buying a small business in the next five to ten years, this seminar will be a great investment
of your time. You may even meet the seller or buyer you are looking for at this seminar!
Reserve your seat now by calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.
TH        6:00pm-9:00pm              10/15/09                  RCC, Room 901            Carver
HOW TO START A BUSINESS FOR RETIREES AND BABY BOOMERS-NO FEE
Do you have a good idea for a business, but don’t know where to start? What does it take
to be an entrepreneur and who can be one? Join this seminar and find out! We will discuss
the basics of starting a business, including the following topics:
   • Products and services
   • Legal structure and registering your business
   • Licenses and insurance
   • Customers, clients, and marketing
   • Financial statements-balance sheet, cash flow, income statement
   • Record keeping and taxes
   • The Business Plan-What is it, do I need it, and if so, why?
Reserve your seat now by calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.
TH        6:00pm-8:00pm              10/29/09                  RCC, Room 901              Watts
APPRAISING FUNDAMENTALS-NO FEE                                                 NEW!
Whether you want to know the value of the treasures in your attic or you are thinking about
a career as an appraiser for businesses, boats, cars, horses, equipment, and real estate; this
seminar will bring the basic issues to the surface. The basics of appraisals are the same and
you will want to learn about fair market values, estate appraisals, certified appraisals, and
searching for the right information to fully understand an appraisal. Reserve your seat
now by calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.
TH        6:00pm-9:00pm              11/05/09                  RCC, Room 901            Carver
WRITING A BUSINESS PLAN, PART A-NO FEE
In this two-hour session, the participants will examine the many reasons they need to
write and maintain a business plan. Participants will examine a guide to writing a business
plan as well as the general format that should be used. The importance of moderation in
presentation as well as how the business plan “sells itself ” will be discussed. Each participant
will also be given the opportunity to examine some successful business plans and there will
be an open discussion on the strengths and weaknesses of each plan. Reserve your seat
now by calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.
TH        6:00pm-8:00pm              11/12/09                  RCC, Room 901              Watts




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WRITING A BUSINESS PLAN, PART B-NO FEE
In this two-hour session, the participant will be given the opportunity to actually begin writing
his/her business plan using the business plan guide in their preparation. Each individual
aspect of the particular sections will be examined and then written and each participant will
be given professional assistance and criticism. An extensive amount of time will be used in
the preparation of the financial sections using a computer program and a full explanation of
cash projection and breakeven analysis. There will be numerous opportunities to discuss
with the instructor the progress of an individual’s business plan. Reserve your seat now
by calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.

TH        6:00pm-8:00pm              11/19/09                  RCC, Room 901              Watts
FINDING SOURCES OF FUNDING-NO FEE
In this session, participants will examine the local resources for loans and investors as well
as the process one would use to approach these sources of capitol. This seminar will also
reveal regional and national resources along with the methods for applying for such funds.
Participants will be given the opportunity to observe and participate in role-plays of a lending
scene at a local institution. For non-profit organizations, grants will also be examined along
with the processes one would use if applying for a grant. If you are seeking capital, this is a
seminar you will not want to miss. Reserve your seat now by calling 910-272-3630 or
910-272-3631.

M         6:00pm-8:00pm              11/30/09                  RCC, Room 901              Watts
FIFTEEN COMMON MISTAkES THAT                                                     NEW!
WILL UNDERMINE ANY BUSINESS-NO FEE
Opening and operating a small business normally involves a great deal of time and a substantial
financial investment. During this two-hour seminar, you will learn the fifteen most common
mistakes made by entrepreneurs that can ultimately undermine their business. Regardless
of whether you are opening or operating a business, this seminar will prove to be invaluable
in helping you form a legal, profitable, and growing business. Make a solid investment in
the future survival of your business by making plans to attend this informative seminar now!
Reserve your seat now by calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.

T         6:00pm-8:00pm              12/01/09                  RCC, Room 901            Moore
SALES, ADVERTISING, PROMOTIONS AND MARkETING-NO FEE
In this two-hour session participants will have the opportunity to examine professional sales
techniques currently used in retail business as well as a representative selling products,
services or both. They will participate in mock situations in which they will try to close a
customer who really was not interested in buying anything. This will give the participant
“first hand” experience in overcoming obstacles to the sale. Marketing will be addressed
along with an evaluation of the use of various media techniques and strategies. Each
participant will apply their strategy to market a product that they will attempt to sell to
their fellow participants using professional sales techniques. Reserve your seat now by
calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.

TH        6:00pm-8:00pm              12/03/09                  RCC, Room 901              Watts
RECORD kEEPING AND TAxES-NO FEE
This seminar is designed to help the new or existing business owner understanding basic
bookkeeping practices and tax reporting. Included in this presentation will be:
    • Learning the connection between cash flow projections and the bookkeeping system
       created for a business
    • Learning to post check written to the monthly cash disbursement journal
    • Learning to post receipts to the monthly cash receipts journal
    • Demonstrating how good bookkeeping practices give a clear snapshot of the health
       of a business
    • Learning how taxes should be collected, reported and paid
Reserve your seat now by calling 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631.

TH        6:00pm-9:00pm              12/10/09                  RCC, Room 901              Watts

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 Certification in Advanced Management Skills
The demands placed on managers today are greater than ever before. They are often caught between
senior managers serving the bottom line, stockholders, and the demands of employees seeking greater
resources to accomplish their jobs easier and on time. Today’s multitalented manager needs advanced
skills, all the time. This program was designed to provide a portfolio of those skills, giving management
the knowledge to integrate the tools of managing money, time, teams, and people to achieve the goals
of the company.
                      “Bold Leadership for Challenging Times”
                              Instructor: Tim Dannelly
                     Thursday, October 1, 11:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
                          Village Station 1893 Restaurant

                    “How to Find, Hire, and keep Great People”
                              Instructor: John Formica
                     Thursday, October 8, 11:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
                          Village Station 1893 Restaurant

                   “Making the Most of Your Management Style”
                             Instructor: Mike Collins
                    Thursday, October 15, 11:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
                         Village Station 1893 Restaurant

                          “Communicate Like a Leader”
                            Instructor: Tim Dannelly
                    Thursday, October 22, 11:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
                         Village Station 1893 Restaurant

     “Reaching the Top-Success Principles to Get You to the Top of Your
                       Profession, Business and Life”
                         Instructor: John Formica
                Thursday, October 29, 11:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
                      Village Station 1893 Restaurant
Who Should Attend:
Managers of all levels, supervisors and team leaders who manage people at non-profit, for-profit,
private and public organizations and companies.

What You Will Learn:
 • Leadership styles and techniques that are effective in a constantly changing economy
 • Assess your existing skills and determine what advanced skills need improvement
 • Confidence in your skills to communicate with superiors and subordinates
 • Techniques that will help you select, manage, and retain the “right” people
 • How to understand and use your management style more effectively
 • Success principles that be applied in your professional and personal life

Certificate Requirements:
Participants must attend and complete at least four of the five seminars to receive certification.
All seminars will be held at the Village Station 1893 Restaurant, located at 2725 Roberts Avenue,
Lumberton, NC. There is no charge for attending this certification program; however,
each attendee is responsible for purchasing a lunch. lunch will be “buffet style” at a very
reasonable cost. Class size is limited and pre-registration is required. To pre-register, please
call 910-272-3630, 910-272-3631 or email bmoore@robeson.edu

Non-Certificate Attendance:
Any employee or volunteer of your organization is welcome to attend any session, but for the
certification, they must attend as required above.
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    OCCUPATIONAL ExTENSION SERVICES
                          For More Information Contact:
        karen Lesane, Admin. Assistant; (910) 272-3630; klesane@robeson.edu
           or Bob Moore, Director; (910) 272-3631; bmoore@robeson.edu

FOOD SERVICE SANITATION                                                           $65.00
(SERV SAFE COURSE-National Restaurant Assoc.)
This sixteen-hour course, which meets four nights, includes the ServSafe Program which
is recognized and accepted by most regulatory agencies in the food industry. Special
emphasis is given to the areas of sanitation, proper food handling, cooking, holding and
storage temperatures, and foodborne illnesses. A Robeson County Health Department
Food Handler’s Card is available upon successful completion of the course. Successfully
completing this course and passing the ServSafe examination earns students the ServSafe
Certification. Note: Individuals wishing to take the ServSafe exam must purchase
the exam answer sheet. This is not included in the tuition fee and taking this
exam is optional. Class size is limited to the first 20 people to pre-register. Call
910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631 to pre-register.

M      5:30pm-9:30pm         09/14/09-10/05/09 (English)      RCC, Room 1408B Hester
M      5:30pm-9:30pm         10/12/09-11/02/09 (English)      RCC, Room 1408B Hester
M      5:30pm-9:30pm         11/09/09-11/30/09 (English)      RCC, Room 1408B Hester
NOTARY PUBLIC EDUCATION                                                           $65.00
This nine-hour course, which meets three nights, covers information necessary for persons
wishing to obtain a notary public commission. Prior to their appointment, the Secretary of
State requires first-time appointees to successfully complete this course. Course objectives
are to acquaint prospective notaries with the rules, regulations and powers governing a
notary public, and to assist existing notaries in upgrading their knowledge. A textbook is
required. The law requires that you be 18 years or older and be able to speak, read,
and write English. You must possess a high school diploma or equivalent and
reside or have a regular place of work within NC. Class size is limited to the first
30 people to pre-register. Call 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631 to pre-register.

T,W&M     6:00pm-9:00pm           09/08, 09/09, 09/14        RCC, Room 901        Burriola
T,W&M     6:00pm-9:00pm           11/03, 11/04, 11/09        RCC, Room 901        Burriola
VEHICLE SAFETY INSPECTION                                                         $65.00
This eight-hour course, which meets two nights, will certify vehicle safety inspectors in
accordance with the NC Department of Transportation Laws. Note: Under NC law, you must
have a valid driver’s license before becoming certified as a Vehicle Safety Inspector.
Class size is limited to the first 20 students registered on a first come basis.

M&T       6:00pm-10:00pm          08/24/09-08/25/09          RCC, Room 901         Gibson
M&T       6:00pm-10:00pm          10/05/09-10/06/09          RCC, Room 901         Gibson
M&T       6:00pm-10:00pm          12/07/09-12/08/09          RCC, Room 901         Gibson
OBD INSPECTIONS                                                                   $65.00
This eight-hour course, which meets two nights, deals with the monitoring and fault
detection notification process of the On-Board Diagnostic system of the modern automobile.
Students will learn and become certified in the use of equipment that analyzes emission data
and they will be able to determine if an automobile passes the emission requirements of the
state of North Carolina. Note: Under NC law, you must have a valid NC Vehicle
Safety Inspector’s certification and a valid driver’s license before becoming
certified as an OBD Inspector. Class size is limited to the first 20 students
registered on a first come basis.

M&T       6:00pm-10:00pm          09/21/09-09/22/09          RCC, Room 901         Gibson
M&T       6:00pm-10:00pm          11/16/09-11/17/09          RCC, Room 901         Gibson


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OBD INSPECTION RE-CERTIFICATION                                                     $65.00
This four-hour course is designed for the technician who currently possesses an OBD
Inspection license and is seeking to re-certify. The course will deal with the monitoring and
fault detection notification process of the On-Board Diagnostic system of the modern
automobile and the latest revision of the North Carolina OBD laws and regulations will be
reviewed. Note: Under NC law, you must have a valid driver’s license and a
current OBD Inspector’s certification before you can become re-certified. Class
size is limited to the first 20 students registered on a first come basis.

T          6:00pm-10:00pm          09/15/09                    RCC, Room 901          Gibson
M          6:00pm-10:00pm          11/02/09                    RCC, Room 901          Gibson
INDEPENDENT AUTOMOBILE DEALERS UPDATE                                               $65.00
This course is designed to meet the requirements of the NC Department of Motor Vehicles
for independent car dealers’ annual license renewal (6 hours). Pre-registration is
required. Class size is limited. Call 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631 to pre-
register.

T          9:00am-4:00pm           09/01/09                    RCC, Room 901          Gibson
T          9:00am-4:00pm           11/10/09                    RCC, Room 901          Gibson
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR                                                           $175.00
This 300-hour course, funded by a grant from the Golden Leaf Foundation, is designed to
provide a comprehensive overview of heavy equipment operator responsibilities, heavy
equipment safety, and career opportunities. Instruction will include a driving and operation
skills test for each piece of equipment. Upon successful completion of the course, the
student will be certified in the operation of three types of heavy equipment. In addition to
the $175.00 registration fee, students will be responsible for purchasing their required safety
equipment and clothing ($83.70). Class size is limited. Interested applicants should
come to Building 3 at 8:45 am on Monday-Friday or 5:45 pm on Monday –
Thursday prior to August 25 to be TABE tested. You should bring a picture ID and
request to be tested for the HEO program. Students will be selected from those
tested. Each class will meet between 20-30 hours a week for 12 weeks.

M -W       8:00am-5:00pm           09/14/09-12/21/09           Northeast Park          Wilson
W-F        8:00am-5:00pm           09/16/09-12/23/09           Northeast Park         Lindsay
NC REAL ESTATE UPDATE (#9910)                                                       $50.00
This North Carolina Real Estate Commission Update Course deals with listing strategies,
property disclosure issues and revisiting the North Carolina Real Estate Commission website.
(Four-hour update credit) Pre-registration is required. This is a self-supporting
class. All students must pay the registration fee. Call 910-272-3630 or 910-272-
3631 to pre-register.

W          8:00 am-12:00 pm        10/14/09                    RCC, Room 901           Boren
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AND MANAGING RISk (RE Elective)                                 $50.00
Property management is a highly specialized but rapidly growing sector of the Real Estate
profession. This class provides an overview of the property manager field and describes the
major functions of property managers. Its emphasis is on real-life practice, not on theories
or generalities. It is intended for the Real Estate professional who wants a comprehensive
introduction to the challenging field of property management. The class addresses issues
of concern to commercial Real Estate agents who manage large properties, as well as
licensees who own or manage a few small properties on a personal or informal basis. (Four–
hour elective credit) Pre-registration is required. This is a self-supporting class. All
students must pay the registration fee. Call 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631 to pre-
register.

W          1:00pm-5:00pm           10/14/09                    RCC, Room 901           Boren

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COURSE 301: BROkER RELATIONSHIPS AND RESPONSIBILITIES                               $120.00
This course is one of three, 30-hour classroom hour mandatory courses that must be
completed by newly licensed North Carolina provisional brokers within three years after
licensure. Topics addressed in this course include a review of agency relationships in real
estate sales transactions and a real estate agent’s legal duties to clients and customers, a
step-by-step review and discussion of the functions and responsibilities of a real estate agent
when working with residential sellers and buyers, a review of issues associated with agent
compensation and agents changing firms, and a review of license status and educational
issues. Pre-registration is required. Class size is limited. Call 910-272-3630 or 910-
272-3631 to pre-register.

T & TH     6:00pm-9:00pm           10/06/09-11/05/09           RCC, Room 1414B         Boren

BROkER-IN-CHARGE ANNUAL REVIEW COURSE                                               $50.00
Brokers-in-charge are required to take the Broker-in-Charge annual review course (BICAR)
each year following the year in which they were designated and each subsequent year in
order to remain broker-in-charge eligible whether actively serving as a broker-in-charge or
not. If in doubt about your eligibility status, you may download a Statement of Eligibility
from the Commission website www.ncrec.state.nc.us After the successful completion of
this course, you will receive four hours of continuing education credit if you are a broker-in-
charge or broker-in-charge eligible, Brokers who are not brokers-in-charge or broker-in-
charge eligible will not receive any continuing education credit for taking this course. Pre-
registration is required. This is a self-supporting class. All students must pay the
registration fee. Call 910-272-3630 or 910-272-3631 to pre-register.

W          8:00am-12:00pm          10/07/09                    RCC, Room 901           Boren




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 INDUSTRY—OCCUPATIONAL ExTENSION
                           For More Information Contact:
         karen Lesane, Admin. Assistant; (910) 272-3630; klesane@robeson.edu
         or Jo Ann Oxendine, Director; (910) 272-3632; jaoxendi@robeson.edu

BIOWORk                                                                              $260.00
This 128 hour course brings together the basics of manufacturing technology and the
fundamentals of science. These two concepts are essentials for entry-level technicians in
biotechnology, pharmaceutical and chemical manufacturing. This course involves lectures,
labs, and field trips.

M&W        4:00 pm-8:00 pm           08/24/09-12/16/09           RCC, Room 105         Locklear
EFFECTIVE TEACHER TRAINING                                                           $120.00
This 30-hour course is required for all new substitutes, teaching assistants and new teachers
of the Public Schools of Robeson County. Registration is the first class and class size is
limited to 30. Actually class dates listed below:
Weekend Schedule:
  1st Class    09/11/09-09/26/09                  COMtech, Room A043              McGill
  F            5:00 pm-9:00 pm
  SA           8:00 am-2:00 pm

     2nd Class       10/02/09-10/17/09            COMtech, Room A043              McGill
     F               5:00 pm-9:00 pm
     SA              8:00 am-2:00 pm

Tuesday/Thursday Schedule
  1st Class     09/08/09-10/08/09                 RCC, Room 1408B                 Monroe
                4:00 pm-7:00 pm

     2nd Class       10/20/09-11/19/09            RCC, Room 1408B                 Monroe
                     4:00 pm-7:00 pm
BASIC WELDING                                                                        $175.00
This course concentrates on basic welding and cutting procedures. Emphasis is placed on
beads applied with gases, mild steel fillers, electrodes and the capillary action of solder.
Students will learn safe welding set-up procedures and oxy-fuel equipment. Safety glasses
and welding gloves are required. Registration is the first class meeting. Class size is limited.

T & TH     6:30 pm-9:30 pm           08/25/09-12/10/09           RCC, Room 101         Williams
INERT GAS WELDING                                                                    $175.00
This course concentrates on inert gas-shield welding methods (MIG/TIG). Topics covered
include electrodes, equipment set-up, safety and welding techniques. Safety glasses and
welding gloves are required. Registration is the first class meeting. Class size is limited. *Pre-
requisite: Must complete the Basic Welding course prior to this course.

M&W        6:00 pm-8:00 pm           08/17/09-12/14/09           RCC, Room 101         Williams
BASIC WELDING WITH PIPE EMPHASIS                                                     $175.00
This course provides practice in the basic principles of pipe welding. Students will learn to
flame cut, level and fit basic pipe joints. Practice will be provided in all positions suing the
shielded metal arc welding process. Safety glasses and welding gloves are required.
Registration is during the first class meeting. Class size is limited.

SATURDAY ONLY          9:00 am-3:00 pm           08/29/09-12/12/09        RCC, Room 101 Dial

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BUSINESS & INDUSTRY-ONLINE COMPUTER CLASSES
Robeson Community College offers a variety of On-line Continuing Education classes
for busy business and industry individuals. Online classes allow you access to the course
materials and assignments from your home or office with access 24 hours a day- 7 days a
week. Please go online to http://www.ed2go.com/robesoncc and call 272-3630 regarding
registration process. All classes begin on the following schedule.
All of the following computer classes will be offered on these dates for your convenience:
                                      August 19, 2009
                                   September 16, 2009
                                     October 21, 2009
                                    November 11, 2009
                                    December 9, 2009
Effective Business Writing                                                          $65.00
Don’t let small gaps in your business writing skills prevent you from reaching your full
potential! It doesn’t matter whether you’re clerical, an engineer or an executive. If you
communicate with others in writing, you need this course to help identify and eliminate
problem areas. You will be able by the end of the course to develop powerful written
documents that draw readers in and keep them motivated.
Employment Law Fundamentals                                                         $65.00
Learn the basics of employment law so you can legally hire evaluate and manage employees.
Learn the differences between an employee and an independent contractor; the basic types
of employee benefits; effective hiring, evaluation and termination procedures; methods to
resolve employment disputes and workplace safety rules.
Fundamentals of Supervision and Management                                          $65.00
Learn how to become an effective supervisor or manager. Master the basic of business and
organizations, people skills and problem solving and conflict resolution.
Leadership                                                                          $65.00
Leadership skills can help you gain the respect and admiration of others, while also allowing
you to enjoy success in your career and more control over you destiny. If you do not
currently hold a leadership position, this course will teach you how to use the principles of
great leaders to achieve success in almost every aspect of your daily life.
Project Management Application                                                      $65.00
This course is the follow-up to the Project Management Fundamentals. The course will increase
the probability of project success by mastering the tricks and trade: earned value performance
measurements, gantt charts, network breakdown structure and cost-volume analysis.
Speed Spanish                                                                       $65.00
This class is designed for anyone who wants to learn Spanish-pronto! You will learn six easy
steps to form sentences. In no time at all you will be able to go into a Spanish speaking
situation and converse.
Six Sigma: Total Quality Fundamentals                                               $65.00
Learn what quality is and the major elements of a quality system. Master concepts as the cost
of the nonquality, variation and total employee involvement (TEI). Learn the ins and outs of
ISO 9000, ISO 14000 and the Malcolm Baldridge National Quality Award.
Supply Chain Management Fundamentals                                                $65.00
Master the fundamentals of supply chain management, including customer demand
forecasting, master production scheduling (MPS), material requirement planning (MRP),
capacity planning and production activity control (PAC).
Understanding the Human Resources Function                                          $65.00
This course is designed for those without human resources experience. It will prepare
managers and business owners to handle basic human resources functions in a way that will
ensure positive results.
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                     COMMUNITY SERVICES
                              For More Information Contact:
              Lisa Jones, Secretary; (910) 272-3603; ljones@robeson.edu or
            Jennifer Lowery, Director; (910) 272-3609; jlowery@robeson.edu
NoTE!!!!!!!!
All Community Service classes are Self-Supporting, meaning that all registered
students, including senior citizens, must pay the registration fee.

BEGINNING QUILTING                                                                     $40.00
Learn the traditional art of quilting using quick, contemporary rotary cutting and machine
piecing techniques. Students will make a quilt sampler and learn fabric and color selections tips
and finishing techniques. No prior quilting experience is required. Sewing machines are limited,
students may need to bring a portable sewing machine by the second class. A minimum of 8
students required!
Th     8:300A-11:30P      9/10-10/08/09       COMTech Center, Room A039              Gore

WATERCOLOR & ACRYLIC                                                                   $40.00
This class will be offered for both the beginning student and intermediate student. No prior
painting experience is required. All you need is a willingness to relax, have fun and make
beautiful art! A minimum of 8 students required!
W      1:00pm-4:00pm 9/09-10/07/09          RCC, Room 1465A                      Brady

CERAMICS                                                                               $40.00
Students complete projects cast in molds using a variety of techniques and using several kinds of
glazes. Using step-by-step methods, persons with little artistic ability or pottery experience can
learn to make quality products. A minimum of 8 students required!
T      6:30-9:30P         9/08-10/06/09     COMTech Center, Room A039                   Gore
M      8:30A-11:30A       9/14-10/12/09     COMTech Center, Room A039                   Gore

CAkE DECORATING                                                                        $40.00
There’s more to cake decorating than just icing the cake. Designed for the beginners and
advanced students, this course will cover all decorating basics. Learn from an expert how
to master borders, flowers, string works, lattice work, writing and figure piping. Students
must purchase their own supplies including a pair of scissors. A minimum of 8
students required!
T     6:00-9:00P         9/22-10/20/09      COMTech Center, Room A013              Long

CRAFTS-GENERAL                                                                         $40.00
Make unique crafts and seasonal gifts at little or no expense using common household and
natural items. Finished crafts are perfect for bazaars or gifts. A minimum of 8 students
required!
W     12:30-3:30P        9/09-10/07/09      Lumberton Pine St. Activity Center Baxley
W     9:00A-12:00P       9/09-10/07/09      COMTech Center Pembroke, Room A039 Gore

FLORAL DESIGN “DECORATING FOR THE HOLIDAYS”                                  NEW!      $50.00
Whether it’s silk flowers, dried natural plants or fresh blooms, you’ll learn how to make
beautiful arrangements for gifts or for your own home in this class. Topics include
equipment and materials, container selection, flowers and plants, design concepts, and use
of color and texture. This is a hands-on course. The instructor does not make the class
projects for the students, instead through his many years of experience he teaches students
how to make their own floral design project. Students supply materials. A minimum
of 8 students required!
TH 6:00-9:00P             10/08-11/05/09 RCC, Room 1465A                         McPhatter
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MOTORCYCLE RIDER COURSE—BEGINNING                                                        $120.00
Do you want to learn how to ride a motorcycle? Riding and street skill has at its core, 22 hours of
instruction. Eight of these hours will be spent in the classroom in preparation for fourteen hours
of range activities. For more information or registration call the Continuing Education Office at
(910) 272-3603. Pre-registration is a must!
Note: The North Carolina Motorcycle Safety Education Program requires 100%
attendance. You must be in attendance at 6:00pm when the first class begins. Failure
to be on time will result in your slot being denied. Please call for additional class
dates scheduled for the months of October and November.

F          6:00P-10:00P               9/11/09                     RCC, Room 710                Waltz
SA         7:30A-5:30P                9/12/09                     RCC, Room 710                Waltz
SU         7:30A-3:30P                9/13/09                     RCC, Room 710                Waltz

F          6:00P-10:00P               9/18/09                     RCC, Room 710                Waltz
SA         7:30A-5:30P                9/19/09                     RCC, Room 710                Waltz
SU         7:30A-3:30P                9/20/09                     RCC, Room 710                Waltz

F          6:00P-10:00P               9/25/09                     RCC, Room 710                Waltz
SA         7:30A-5:30P                9/26/09                     RCC, Room 710                Waltz
SU         7:30A-3:30P                9/27/09                     RCC, Room 710                Waltz

F          6:00P-10:00P               10/09/09                    RCC, Room 710                Waltz
SA         7:30A-5:30P                10/10/09                    RCC, Room 710                Waltz
SU         7:30A-3:30P                10/11/09                    RCC, Room 710                Waltz

F          6:00P-10:00P               10/23/09                    RCC, Room 710                Waltz
SA         7:30A-5:30P                10/24/09                    RCC, Room 710                Waltz
SU         7:30A-3:30P                10/25/09                    RCC, Room 710                Waltz

PORCELAIN DOLLS                                                                            $40.00
Make your own porcelain doll. Beginning students learn to pour, clean and paint the porcelain
sections of the doll and to construct and fill the body (cloth). Advanced students can produce jointed
dolls, insert glass eyes, teeth and wigs. This course is designed for the beginning and intermediate
student with step-by-step instructions in reproducing porcelain dolls. (Students supply materials). A
minimum of 8 students required!
M           6:30-9:30P                 9/14-10/12/09                COMTech Center, Rm A039 Gore
POTTERY (EVENING CLASS)                                                                    $75.00
Experience the thrill of creating with clay! Imagine the thrill you’ll have as you build your unique
pieces. Your imagination will help you learn the basics of clay building as you delve into hand
building and glazing. The various uses of color will also be explored. You’ll find this course
straightforward and enjoyable. A minimum of 12 students required!
T          6:30 pm-10:30 pm           9/15-11/03/09               RCC, Room 1465A              Tripp
POTTERY (DAY CLASS)                                                                        $75.00
Experience the thrill of creating with clay! Imagine the thrill you’ll have as you build your unique
pieces. Your imagination will help you learn the basics of clay building as you delve into hand
building and glazing. The various uses of color will also be explored. You’ll find this course
straightforward and enjoyable. A minimum of 8 students required!
TH         8:30 am-12:00 pm           9/10-10/29/09               RCC, Room 1465A           Speights
QUICk QUILTING                                                                             $40.00
Create beautiful quilts in half the time using the rotary cutter and other easy techniques. Learn
all the steps necessary for making any size quilt. Choose from many different “old-fashion”
patterns such as “Grandmother’s Fan”, “Nine Patch”, “Dresden Plate” and many others. Learning
to quilt is easy even if you have never sewed. A minimum of 8 students required!
T            6:00 pm-9:00 pm 9/15-10/13/09            Lumberton Pine St. Activity Center Baxley
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                  BASIC SkILLS EDUCATION
                               For More Information Contact:
        Marsha “Lynn” Davis, Secretary; (910) 272-3607; ldavis@robeson.edu or
Wendy Hardwick, Assist. BS Assessment Retention Spec.; (910) 272-3606; whardwick@robeson.edu or
Susan Barton, Assist. BS Assessment Retention Spec.; (910) 272-3615; sbarton@robeson.edu
  The Adult Basic Education (ABE) Program is designed to assist adults who wish to
improve their basic skills in reading, writing and arithmetic. Emphasis is directed toward raising
the education level of adults. All materials have been especially prepared for adults.

  The Adult High School Diploma (AHS) Program is designed so that adults may complete
the requirements for an Adult High School Diploma. Skills to improve verbal and written
communications, science, and social studies are emphasized as well as a variety of electives are
available to allow students to earn units and graduate.

  The Compensatory Education Development (CED) Program is designed to assist adults
with intellectual disabilities to become more independent and self-directing and to acquire skills
to meet and manage community, social work and personal adult responsibilities.

  The English as A Second Language (ESL) Program is provided to persons who have
limited English proficiency. Conversational English will be stressed as well as vocabulary, spelling
and reading development. In addition, instruction in citizenship will be provided for those adults
wishing to seek U.S. citizenship.

  The General Education (GED) Program is available to students who have not completed high
school and want to earn an equivalent high school diploma. This equivalent is generally accepted
on a basis equal to a high school diploma for employment, promotion, or further education.

  The Family Literacy Program encompasses the ways parents, children, and extended family
members use literacy at home, at work, at school, and in their community life. Family Literacy
classes provide interactive literacy activities between parents and their children; provide training
for parents regarding how to be the primary teacher for their children and full partners in the
education of their children; provide parent literacy training that leads to economic self-
sufficiency; and provides age-appropriate education to prepare children for success in school
and life experiences.

 Bring your Social Security number, pencil and paper to your class. Books are
available for loan and no registration fee is charged.

                                           FAIRMONT, NC
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
DAYS    TIME               DATES               LOCATION    BUILDING                     INSTRUCTOR
M-F     8:00 am-1:30 pm    08/18/09-12/17/09   FAIRMONT    207 SOUTH MAIN STREET        KISSEIH
M,T&TH 5:30 pm-9:30 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09   FAIRMONT    207 SOUTH MAIN STREET        TOWNSEND
T-F     9:30 am-11:30 am   08/18/09-12/17/09   FAIRMONT    GREENBRIAR RET. CENTER       MCCRIMMON
        12:30 pm-3:30 pm

ADULT HIGH SCHOOL
DAYS    TIME               DATES               LOCATION    BUILDING                     INSTRUCTOR
M-F     8:00 am-1:30 pm    08/18/09-12/17/09   FAIRMONT    207 SOUTH MAIN STREET        COLLINS
M,T&TH 5:30 pm-9:30 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09   FAIRMONT    207 SOUTH MAIN STREET        TOWNSEND
                                         LUMBERTON, NC
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
DAYS    TIME               DATES               LOCATION    BUILDING                     INSTRUCTOR
M-F     8:00 am-2:30 pm    08/18/09-12/17/09   LUMBERTON   RCC ROOM 1202/1217           CHAVIS/GRIMSLEY
M,T&TH 5:30 pm-9:30 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09   LUMBERTON   RCC ROOM 1202/1217           TURNER/BARNES
M,T&TH 4:30 pm-8:30 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09   LUMBERTON   LITTLEFIELD MID. SCH.        ROBINSON
M,T&TH 4:00 pm-8:00 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09   LUMBERTON   HOLLY RIDGE APTS             TODOTE
M-F     8:30 am-2:00 pm    08/18/09-12/17/09   LUMBERTON   OFFENDERS RES. CTR.          TINLING
M,W&TH 9:00 am-2:00 pm     08/19/09-12/17/09   LUMBERTON   DIVINE MINISTRY CH.          ROGERS
M,T&TH 5:30 pm-9:30 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09   LUMBERTON   DIVINE MINISTRY CH.          ROGERS
M,W&F   9:00 am-2:00 pm    08/19/09-12/16/09   LUMBERTON   S. L’TON WEED & SEED         FLOYD
M,T&TH 5:30 pm-8:30 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09   LUMBERTON   REVIVAL DELIVERANCE CENTER   LEWIS
M-F     8:15 am-2:00 pm    08/18/09-12/17/09   LUMBERTON   WEAVER’S COURT               THOMPSON
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M-W       8:30 am-1:30 pm   08/18/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   1st NATION BOYS&GIRLS        TBA
M-W       5:15 pm-9:15 pm   08/18/09-12/16/09    LUMBERTON   FIRST BAPTIST HOMES          MCIVER
M&T       5:30 pm-8:30 pm   08/18/09-12/15/09    LUMBERTON   TUDOR COURT                  LESANE
M&TH      6:00 pm-9:00 pm   08/20/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   SOARING EAGLE                MAYNOR

ADULT HIGH SCHOOL
DAYS    TIME                DATES                LOCATION    BUILDING                     INSTRUCTOR
M,T&TH 8:15 am-5:00 pm      08/18/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   RCC, ROOM 902/903/924        MILLER/KERNS/PRATT
W&F     8:15 am-2:30 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   RCC, ROOM 902/903/924        MILLER/KERNS/BEASLEY
M,T&TH 5:00 pm-8:00 pm      08/18/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   RCC, ROOM 924                PRATT/MARTIN/BEASLEY
M-W     5:15 pm-9:15 pm     08/18/09-12/16/09    LUMBERTON   FIRST BAPTIST HOMES          MCIVER
M,T&TH 4:30 pm-8:30 pm      08/18/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   LITTLEFIELD MID. SCH.        ROBINSON
M,T&TH 4:00 pm-8:00 pm      08/18/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   HOLLY RIDGE APTS             TODOTE
M-F     8:30 am-2:00 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   OFFENDERS RES. CTR           TINLING
M,W&TH 9:00 am-2:00 pm      08/19/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   DIVINE MINISTRY CH.          ROGERS
M,T&TH 5:30 pm-9:30 pm      08/18/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   DIVINE MINISTRY CH,          ROGERS
M,W&F   9:00 am-2:00 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   S. L’TON WEED & SEED         FLOYD
M-F     8:15 am-2:00 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   WEAVER’S COURT               THOMPSON
M-W     8:30 am-1:30 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   1st NATION BOYS&GIRLS        TBA
M-TH    7:45 am-1:00 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   119 W 4TH STREET             SANDERSON
M&T     5:30 pm-8:30 pm     08/18/09-12/15/09    LUMBERTON   TUDOR COURT                  LESANE
M,T&TH 5:30 pm-8:30 pm      08/18/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   REVIVAL DELIVERANCE CENTER   LEWIS
M&TH    6:00 pm-9:00 pm     08/20/09-12/17/09    LUMBERTON   SOARING EAGLE                MAYNOR

COMPENSATORY EDUCATION
DAYS   TIME            DATES                     LOCATION    BUILDING                     INSTRUCTOR
M-F    8:00 am-2:30 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09         LUMBERTON   RCC, ROOM 1236               WILLIAMS
M-F    8:00 am-2:30 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09         LUMBERTON   RCC, ROOM 1223               LOCKLEAR
M-F    8:30 am-12:00pm 08/18/09-12/17/09         LUMBERTON   SHELTERED WORKSHOP           BROCKINGTON
       12:30 pm-3:00pm

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
DAYS    TIME            DATES                    LOCATION BUILDING                        INSTRUCTOR
T&W     5:30 pm-8:30 pm 08/18/09-12/16/09        LUMBERTON RCC, ROOM 1223                 JACOBS

FAMILY LITERACY PROGRAM
DAYS     TIME            DATES                   LOCATION BUILDING                        INSTRUCTOR
M-F      8:15 am-2:00 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09       LUMBERTON WEAVER’S COURT                 THOMPSON

NORTH CAROLINA COMPETENCEY TEST MATH SkILLS CLASS
DAYS    TIME            DATES             LOCATION BUILDING                               INSTRUCTOR
TH      5:00 pm-9:00 pm 09/24/09-10/22/09 LUMBERTON RCC, ROOM 1223                        THOMPSON

GENERAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (GED)
DAYS    TIME            DATES             LOCATION           BUILDING                     INSTRUCTOR
M,T&TH 8:15 am-5:00 pm  08/18/09-12/17/09 LUMBERTON          RCC, ROOM 902/903/924        MILLER/KERNS/PRATT
W&F     8:15 am-2:30 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09 LUMBERTON          RCC, ROOM 902/903/924        MILLER/KERNS/BEASLEY
M,T&TH 5:00 pm-8:00 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09 LUMBERTON           RCC, ROOM 924                MARTIN/PRATT/BEASLEY
M-F     8:30 am-2:00 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09 LUMBERTON          OFFENDERS RESOURCE CTR       TINLING

GED TEST DATES
DAYS    TIME                 DATES                LOCATION BUILDING                       INSTRUCTOR
M&T     8:00 am-12:30 pm     09/14/09-09/15/09 LUMBERTON RCC, ROOM 901                    SELLERS
                                REGISTRATION DEADLINE –September 2, 2009
M&T       8:00 am-12:30 pm 11/02/09-11/03/09 LUMBERTON RCC, ROOM 901                      SELLERS
                                REGISTRATION DEADLINE –October 21, 2009
For more information, contact Lori Sellers at 910-272-3614.
                                                MAxTON, NC
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
DAYS    TIME                DATES                LOCATION    BUILDING                     INSTRUCTOR
M-F     8:15 am-2:00 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    MAXTON      PAL’S BLG                    BREWER
M-W     5:30 pm-9:30 pm     08/18/09-12/16/09    MAXTON      PAL’S BLG                    CAMPBELL
M-F     9:00 am-2:45 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    MAXTON      RED HILL HOUSING APT. 101    SMITH
ADULT HIGH SCHOOL
DAYS    TIME                DATES                LOCATION    BUILDING                     INSTRUCTOR
M-F     8:15 am-2:00 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    MAXTON      PAL’S BLG                    BREWER
M-W     5:30 pm-9:30 pm     08/18/09-12/16/09    MAXTON      PAL’S BLG                    CAMPBELL
M-F     9:00 am-2:45 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    MAXTON      RED HILL HOUSING APT. 101    SMITH
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FAMILY LITERACY PROGRAM
DAYS     TIME            DATES                  LOCATION    BUILDING                  INSTRUCTOR
M-F      9:00 am-2:45 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09      MAXTON      RED HILL HOUSING APT. 101 SMITH
                                               PARkTON, NC
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
DAYS    TIME               DATES                LOCATION    BUILDING                 INSTRUCTOR
M,T&TH 6:00 pm-10:00 pm    08/18/09-12/17/09    PARKTON     MALLOY GROVE CHURCH      FULMORE-LOVE
M,T&TH 5:30 pm-9:30 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    PARKTON     TOWN HALL                JACOBS
M-TH    8:00 am -2:00 pm   08/18/09-12/17/09    PARKTON     HATCHER’S CHAPELL        KEARNS

ADULT HIGH SCHOOL
DAYS    TIME               DATES                LOCATION    BUILDING                 INSTRUCTOR
M,T&TH 6:00 pm-10:00 pm    08/18/09-12/17/09    PARKTON     MALLOY GROVE CHURCH      FULMORE-LOVE
M,T&TH 5:30 pm-9:30 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    PARKTON     TOWN HALL                JACOBS
M-TH    8:00 am-2:00 pm    08/18/09-12/17/09    PARKTON     HATCHER’S CHAPELL        KEARNS
                                          PEMBROkE, NC
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
DAYS    TIME               DATES                LOCATION    BUILDING                 INSTRUCTOR
M-F     7:30 am-2:30 pm    08/18/09-12/17/09    PEMBROKE    COMTECH                  GRAHAM
M-F     8:30 am-2:30 pm    08/18/09-12/17/09    PEMBROKE    COMTECH                  BURNS
M,T&TH 5:30 pm-9:30 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    PEMBROKE    COMTECH                  OXENDINE
M,T&TH 5:15 pm-9:15 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    PEMBROKE    CONFERENCE BLDG.         GODWIN

ADULT HIGH SCHOOL
DAYS    TIME               DATES                LOCATION    BUILDING                 INSTRUCTOR
M-F     7:30 am-2:30 pm    08/18/09-12/17/09    PEMBROKE    COMTECH                  GRAHAM
M-F     8:30 am-2:30 pm    08/18/09-12/17/09    PEMBROKE    COMTECH                  WATKINS
M,T&TH 5:30 pm-9:30 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    PEMBROKE    COMTECH                  LOCKLEAR
M,T&TH 5 :15 pm-9:15 pm    08/18/09-12/17/09    PEMBROKE    CONFERENCE BLDG.         GODWIN

COMPENSATORY EDUCATION
DAYS   TIME            DATES                    LOCATION    BUILDING                 INSTRUCTOR
M-F    8:30 am-2:30 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09        PEMBROKE    COMTECH                  LOWERY

FAMILY LITERACY PROGRAM
DAYS     TIME            DATES                  LOCATION    BUILDING                 INSTRUCTOR
M-F      7:30 am-2:30 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09      PEMBROKE    COMTECH                  GRAHAM

GENERAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (GED)
DAYS    TIME            DATES             LOCATION          BUILDING                 INSTRUCTOR
M-F     8:30 am-2:30 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09 PEMBROKE          COMTECH                  WATKINS

NORTH CAROLINA COMPETENCEY TEST MATH SkILLS CLASS
DAYS    TIME            DATES             LOCATION BUILDING                          INSTRUCTOR
T       5:00 pm-9:30 pm 09/22/09-10/20/09 PEMBROKE COMTECH                           THOMPSON

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
DAYS    TIME            DATES                   LOCATION    BUILDING                 INSTRUCTOR
M&TH    5:00 pm-9:00 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09       PEMBROKE    COMTECH                  JACOBS
M,W&TH 8:30 am-12:30pm 08/19/09-12/17/09        PEMBROKE    COMTECH                  JACOBS
                                           PROSPECT, NC
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
DAYS    TIME            DATES                   LOCATION    BUILDING                 INSTRUCTOR
M-W     5:00 pm-9:00 pm 08/18/09-12/16/09       PROSPECT    PROSPECT SCHOOL          OXENDINE
                                        RED SPRINGS, NC
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
DAYS    TIME            DATES                   LOCATION BUILDING                      INSTRUCTOR
M-F     8:15 am-2:00 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09       RED SPRINGS OLD HISTORICAL MUSEUM BLDG JACOBS
M,T&TH 5:30 pm-9:30 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09        RED SPRINGS OLD HISTORICAL MUSEUM BLDG MCNEILL

ADULT HIGH SCHOOL
DAYS    TIME               DATES                LOCATION BUILDING                       INSTRUCTOR
M-F     8:15 am-2:00 pm    08/18/09-12/17/09    RED SPRINGS OLD HISTORICAL MUSEUM BLDG. JACOBS
M,T& TH 5:30 pm-9:30 pm    08/18/09-12/17/09    RED SPRINGS OLD HISTORICAL MUSEUM BLDG. MCMILLIAN

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COMPENSATORY EDUCATION
DAYS   TIME            DATES                     LOCATION BUILDING                     INSTRUCTOR
M-F    8:30 am-2:15 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09         RED SPRINGS WESTGATE TERRACE 4A       WILLIAMS
M-W    5:30 pm-8:30 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09         RED SPRINGS WESTGATE TERRACE 4A       BRITE

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
DAYS    TIME             DATES                   LOCATION BUILDING                     INSTRUCTOR
SA      12:00 pm-3:00 pm 08/22/09-12/12/09       RED SPRINGS ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH       JACOBS
                                                RENNERT, NC
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
DAYS    TIME            DATES                    LOCATION    BUILDING                  INSTRUCTOR
M-W     5:30 pm-9:30 pm 08/18/09-12/16/09        RENNERT     TOWN HALL                 LOCKLEAR

ADULT HIGH SCHOOL
DAYS    TIME                DATES                LOCATION    BUILDING                  INSTRUCTOR
M-W     5:30 pm-9:30 pm     08/18/09-12/16/09    RENNERT     TOWN HALL                 LOCKLEAR

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
DAYS    TIME            DATES                    LOCATION    BUILDING                  INSTRUCTOR
M-W     5:30 pm-9:30 pm 08/18/09-12/16/09        RENNERT     TOWN HALL                 RAY
                                            ROWLAND, NC
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
DAYS    TIME                DATES                LOCATION    BUILDING                  INSTRUCTOR
M-F     7:30 am-1:15 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    ROWLAND     ROWLAND AREA COMM. DEV.   GADDY
M-W     5:30 pm-9:30 pm     08/18/09-12/16/09    ROWLAND     ROWLAND AREA COMM. DEV.   LEGGETT
M,T&TH 5:00 pm-9:00 pm      08/18/09-12/17/09    ROWLAND     GOSPEL TABERNACLE         CUMMINGS

ADULT HIGH SCHOOL
DAYS    TIME                DATES                LOCATION    BUILDING                  INSTRUCTOR
M-F     7:30 am-1:15 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    ROWLAND     ROWLAND AREA COMM. DEV.   GADDY
M-W     5:30 pm-9:30 pm     08/18/09-12/16/09    ROWLAND     ROWLAND AREA COMM. DEV.   LEGGETT
M,T&TH 5:00 pm-9:00 pm      08/18/09-12/17/09    ROWLAND     GOSPEL TABERNACLE         CUMMINGS

COMPENSATORY EDUCATION
DAYS   TIME            DATES                     LOCATION    BUILDING                INSTRUCTOR
M-F    7:30 am-1:15 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09         ROWLAND     ROWLAND AREA COMM. DEV. BROWN
                                                ST. PAULS, NC
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
DAYS    TIME          DATES                      LOCATION    BUILDING                  INSTRUCTOR

M-W       5:00 pm-9:00 pm   08/18/09-12/16/09    ST PAULS    ST PAULS MIDDLE SCH.      LEWIS
M&T       12:00 n-4:45 pm   08/18/09-12/17/09    ST PAULS    FOXRIDGE HOUSING          RAY
TH        12:00 n-4:00 pm

ADULT HIGH SCHOOL
DAYS    TIME                DATES                LOCATION    BUILDING                  INSTRUCTOR
M-W     5:00 pm-9:00 pm     08/18/09-12/16/09    ST PAULS    ST PAULS MIDDLE SCH       COE
M&T     12:00 n-4:45 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    ST PAULS    FOXRIDGE HOUSING          RAY
TH      12:00 n-4:00 pm

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
DAYS    TIME            DATES                    LOCATION    BUILDING                  INSTRUCTOR
M-W     5:00 pm-9:00 pm 08/18/09-12/16/09        ST PAULS    ST PAULS MIDDLE SCH.      WILSON
                                                WAkULLA, NC
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
DAYS    TIME            DATES                    LOCATION    BUILDING                  INSTRUCTOR
M,T&TH 6:00 pm-10:00 pm 08/18/09-12/17/09        WAKULLA     OXENDINE SCHOOL           CHAVIS

ADULT HIGH SCHOOL
DAYS    TIME                DATES                LOCATION    BUILDING                  INSTRUCTOR
M,T&TH 6:00 pm-10:00 pm     08/18/09-12/17/09    WAKULLA     OXENDINE SCHOOL           CHAVIS


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                                Jobs Training
        Do You Need?
          • Financial Assistance to attend and complete training?
          • A Job that pays more than $9.00 per hour?
          • Job Training that can be completed in 6 months or less?
          • A State or National Certification?

                   If you answered YES to any of these questions, plan to attend ONE of the
                      “Information Meetings” at Robeson Community College to learn more.

                                 The Meetings are Scheduled for:
                                       First Meeting - August 18, 2009 at 9 a.m.
                                    Second Meeting - August 18, 2009 at 6 p.m.
                                       Third Meeting - August 19, 2009 at 9 a.m.
                                     Fourth Meeting - August 19, 2009 at 6 p.m.

                 These meetings will be held on RCC Main Campus, in Building 9, Room 901.

                                      Pre-registration is not required
                        For more information contact: Karen LeSane at 910-272-3630

        Discussions will include the different careers offered, available paid work experiences, financial and
        scholarship availability. These programs are sponsored by JobsNow supported by the American Recovery
        and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the Department of Commerce, Lumber River Workforce Development Board,
        and Joblink-ESC, in cooperation with GLOW, Career Cooperative and the Golden Leaf Foundation.



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                  Eligible Training Activities                           Eligible Training Activities
                  Medical Office Administration:                        Basic Law Enforcement Training
                    Medical Billing & Coding                                       CNA 1 & 2
                           Phlebotomy                                     Emergency Medical Services
                            Plumbing                                       Heavy Equipment Operator
                                                                          Medical Office Administration:
                            Welding                                          Medical Billing & Coding
                         Weatherization                               Office Technology/Customer Support




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