Spring/ Summer ’11 Continuing and Extended Learning Non-Credit Course Catalog Personal Enrichment Professional Development Registration Begins February 1, 2011 Small Business Development Register online at takeaclass.sunyocc.edu Workforce Training (315) 498-6000 Career Skills REGISTER EARLY! Welcome Lifelong Learners Classes can sometimes fill up quickly or be cancelled if they don’t seem likely to meet a minimum number of registrations. Please register as early as possible so that we can make class enrollment decisions. COURSE SUPPLIES & MATERIALS Here are 7 things we can do for you . . . Any fees for course materials, supplies or books are included in the tuition. There are no additional fees for any courses. 1 Lifelong Learning CONFIRMATION & CANCELLATIONS To stay current in today’s world everyone needs to acquire new skills, knowledge and training. Lifelong Learning offers hundreds of professional development and personal Please consider your registration confirmed unless you are notified otherwise. You will development courses each year. Courses are offered throughout the academic year. be notified if a course is full or has been cancelled. Onondaga offers courses based upon community interest, determined by advance registration. We reserve the right Workforce Development to cancel a course if there is insufficient enrollment. 2 Workforce Development serves as the College’s interface with CNY business, industry and economic development agencies. From total quality to high-tech computer training REFUND POLICY to ergonomics, over 100 cost-effective training courses have been offered to more than There are dates past which no refund will be made to registrants who may want to 2,500 students each year. drop a course. For courses with tuition of $99 or less, registrants can drop the course 3 within three business days prior to the first class meeting date. For classes with tuition Small Business Development Center of $100 or more, registrants can drop the course within 14 business days prior to the The Small Business Development Center assists entrepreneurs, business and industry to find solutions intended to increase productivity and profitability. first class meeting date. Online and Extended Learning CLASSROOM ASSIGNMENTS Online Learning provides all students the opportunity to take traditional credit courses Classroom locations are not known at the time of this catalog’s publication. A few days 4 online. The College offers eight degree programs and one certificate completely online before the class is to begin you will be contacted and given the classroom location. as well as introductory and elective courses. Extended Learning provides credit courses at several extension sites as well as evening, CONTACTING STUDENTS weekend and summer courses. Courses are currently offered at Driver’s Village, E-mail is our preferred method of communication with students. If you have one, JOBSplus!, North Site. please make sure to give us your e-mail address when registering for a course. College for Living FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY College for Living provides educational opportunities for developmentally disabled You are enrolled and financially responsible for tuition costs as soon as we receive 5 adult citizens in Onondaga County. Day and evening courses are kept small to ensure your course registration form. individual attention. Courses typically run for 10 weeks and are offered in a large variety of topics including: Money Math, Reading, Basic Cooking and Computers. DISCLAIMER The Foundations transition program is a home and community based Medicaid Waiver Onondaga Community College does not advocate any particular point of view funded program located on the Onondaga campus which provides a setting for students presented in the courses offered in this catalog. to develop independence, employment and social skills. QUESTIONS Public Safety Training Center 6 The Public Safety Training Center, in cooperation with local public safety agencies, offers Call (315) 498-6000 or visit www/sunyocc.edu and click on “Community Ed” at the top courses for police officers, firefighters and emergency medical providers. The Public of the page. Safety Training Center has received recognition for excellence from both state and national agencies. LOCATIONS, DIRECTIONS & CAMPUS MAP See the back inside cover and/or visit www/sunyocc.edu and click on “Get Directions” 7 Concurrent Enrollment and Secondary School Outreach OCC dual-credit college courses, designed to guide a student’s career focus, are completed during high school. at the bottom of the page. WEAThER CANCELLATIONS All locations are closed when the main campus is closed. Closings will be advertised on all major Syracuse news stations as well as on the College’s website, sunyocc.edu. CONTiNuiNg & ExTENdEd LEArNiNg dirECTOry Continuing & Extended Learning (315) 498-6000 Small Business development Center (315) 498-6070 Contact us via e-mail at: Lifelong Learning email@example.com Small Business development firstname.lastname@example.org Public Safety training Take courses at email@example.com Continuing and ExtEndEd LEarning these locations: Extended Learning onondaga Community firstname.lastname@example.org Workforce development Lifelong Learning Spring and Summer 2011 College Main Campus, 4585 W. Seneca tpk., Syracuse Non-Credit Courses email@example.com north Site, Seneca Mall, James M. Sunser 8015 oswego road Vice President of (rt. 57), Liverpool Continuing and extended learning Locations throughout Shannon M. Patrie the community Director of extended learning About Onondaga For a complete listing of Onondaga Community College is a college of the State University of New York system and one of locations and addresses, Sally Swartley 30 locally sponsored community colleges throughout New York state and is locally sponsored by see the inside of the back cover. assistant Director of extended learning Onondaga County. The College is the second-largest undergraduate institution in Central New York and is one of the nation’s fastest-growing community colleges. david Wall Director of Workforce Development Onondaga Community College is dedicated to being a diverse educational learning community made up of students, employees, and all those who support community-based higher education for all. We Bruce Hamm inspire our students to acquire the knowledge, skills and insights essential to living well and becoming assistant Director of fully engaged citizens in their communities and beyond. Workforce Development The College welcomes those who, at any life stage, desire to pursue higher education, seek preparation for a specific career or job, acquire new knowledge and skills, or who wish to enrich their lives. Patricia Higgins regional Director of For more information about the College and what we offer, visit our website, sunyocc.edu, and find us small Business Development Center on Facebook and Twitter. r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e d u | Co nt i n u i n g a n d e x te n d e d le a r n i n g, ( 3 15) 498-6000 1 ta B l e o f Co n t e n ts Table of summer 2011 Course DesCriPtions: Contents Professional development – Continuing Ed. Child Abuse ID + Reporting ................................................................ 3 Notary Public Certification Exam Prep ......................................... 4 sPring 2011 Course DesCriPtions: Personal Trainer Certification ............................................................ 4 Phlebotomy Certification (Classroom) ......................................... 4 Professional development Continuing Ed. School Violence Prevention/Intervention .................................. 4 Baby Signs for Professionals ................................................................ 3 SUNY Youth Coaching Certification ............................................... 4 Child Abuse ID + Reporting ................................................................ 3 Notary Public Certification Exam Prep ......................................... 4 Personal Enrichment Personal Trainer Certification ............................................................ 4 Cooking/Culinary Arts ............................................................................ 3 Phlebotomy Certification (Classroom + Clinical)/ Digital Photography................................................................................. 3 Phlebotomy Certification (Classroom) ......................................... 4 Event Planning ............................................................................................ 4 Property & Casualty Insurance .......................................................... 4 Oil Painting .................................................................................................... 3 School Violence Prevention/Intervention .................................. 4 Pastel Painting ............................................................................................. 3 SUNY Youth Coaching Certification ............................................... 4 Quiltmaking .................................................................................................. 3 Personal Enrichment driving Cooking/Culinary Arts ............................................................................ 3 Defensive Driving ...................................................................................... 3 Digital Photography................................................................................. 3 Driver Education ........................................................................................ 3 Event Planning ............................................................................................ 4 Financial Planning ..................................................................................... 3 Financial Strategies for Women ........................................................ 3 SuMMEr SCHEduLES ..................................................... 7-8 Oil Painting .................................................................................................... 3 Pastel Painting ............................................................................................. 3 Quiltmaking .................................................................................................. 3 ONLiNE COurSES ....................................................................... 10 Voiceovers ...................................................................................................... 4 SMALL BuSiNESS dEvELOPMENT CENTEr......11-13 driving WOrkFOrCE dEvELOPMENT CENTEr ................14-17 Defensive Driving ...................................................................................... 3 Driver Education ........................................................................................ 3 PuBLiC SAFETy TrAiNiNg CENTEr ............................. 18 For young Adults Babysitting Certification ........................................................................ 3 rEgiSTrATiON .............................................................................19-20 SAT Exam Preparation ............................................................................. 4 CAMPuS MAP..................................................insiDe BaCK CoVer SPriNg SCHEduLES ....................................................... 5-7 2 s P r i n g a n D s u m m e r 2 0 1 1 | r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e du Course DesCriPtions art.Ce-011 Painting With Style incorporate signs into daily classroom routines DrV.Ce-001 Defensive Driving fam.Ce-001 Babysitting Certification learn the techniques of oil painting in a fun, and therapy sessions. if you are a new York state driver and complete this course is a must for all potential babysitters. hands-on environment. this course is designed speech therapists will have the opportunity to this course, you'll be eligible for a 10% reduction Particiants will learn the do’s and don’ts of to introduce the basic elements of painting to earn .3 Ceus for this workshop. following the on your liability and collision insurance babysitting from a red Cross certified instructor those students of little or no experience with the workshop, attendees who wish to earn Ceus premiums for a period of three years. You will including what to do in case of emergency, how medium. it will cover how to choose the right must complete a short post-test and remit a also be eligible for a four-point reduction on to talk to and engage children in playful activities materials as well as the basics of color theory and $10 fee. (CEUs provided by Smart Horizons. Smart your driving record. Both evening sessions are safely and much, much more. taking this course composition. the instructor is a practicing artist Horizons has been approved as an Authorized mandatory or one saturday session. students will give the parents of babysitters, and parents of and all students will create at least one painting Provider by the International Association for must arrive 15 minutes before the start of class to the children being cared for, peace of mind. worth hanging. students must provide their own Continuing Education and Training, IACET, 1780). complete the appropriate paperwork. once the materials and a list will be provided prior to the class has begun, students will not be allowed to fin.Ce-005 Financial Planning for Retirement first class meeting. therapists and childcare providers may also use enter, thus forfeiting the class tuition. Certified this course is a common sense look at financial training hours to meet continuing education defensive driving instructors teach at locations planning for retirement from an industry insider art.Ce-032 Introduction to Pastel Painting requirements. throughout the county. this course is approved with no guarantees and no fail-safe systems—just this course is designed for the almost totally by the national safety Council. the real deal on understanding rollover retirment inexperienced pastel painter. the focus will be Car.Ce-001 Child Abuse Recognition & income risks. on examining the properties of pastel, how to Reporting DrV.Ce-004 Driver Education use them on surfaces designed for the medium, attention: Physicians, school teachers applying for onondaga Community College's Driver education fin.Ce-011 Financial Strategies Just for Women how to use them “expressively” and how work certification, school guidance counselors, school Program is approved by the new York state this is a modular seminar with seven separate within the color theory and composition. administrators, nurses, chiropractors, dentists, education Department. it is offered through components. each component will cover a range Demonstrations will be given and individual podiatrists, optometrists, psychologists, dental oCC's lifelong learning Program. lecture of topics that touch upon women's financial and group critiques will be provided. students hygienists, pupil personnel services, professionals, instructors are new York state teachers certified in health and well-being. topics include college will work in the genres of still life, self-portrait, day care providers, and nursery school teachers: in Driver education. the able ii Driving school will funding, estate planning and general financial landscape and abstraction. students must just over two hours, fulfill your new York state license provide in-car instruction. the program consists strategies, concerns in widowhood and divorce, provide their own materials and a list will be requirements. Join the nearly 5,000 professionals of 24 hours of classroom instruction and 24 and special discussions for executives and provided prior to the first class meeting. who have completed this program at oCC. oCC hours of in-car instruction composed of 18 hours business owners. is certified by the nYs education Department to of observation and six hours of actual driving art.Ce-033 Introduction to Quiltmaking provide child abuse recognition and reporting time. all students must be at least 16 years of fsa.Ce-011 Appetizers and Hors d'oueveres Quiltmaking is a timeless tradition. this class will training for professionals who have to apply for age and hold a valid new York state learner's learn how to create a variety of hot and cold start you on the path of making quilts for home, or renew their licenses after January 1, 1991. gain Permit or Driver's license Prior to the first day of delicacies that are easy to make and irresistibly family and friends. learn to draft patterns, make critical information about child abuse/maltreatment instruction. no exceptions. Classes will consist of delicious. this course--taught by a trained templates and construct and "quilt" a project. identification and reporting, behavioral indicators, 36 students - the maximum number allowed by culinary chef--will show you how your food Participants will learn about selecting fabrics, color as well as social-service law and other mandates. all the state education Department. students must can be the hit of the party and the topic of placement and both hand and machine sewing necessary forms, which are evidence of completion, attend 16 lectures to satisfy state requirements. conversation the day after. techiques. no experience necessary and quilts are provided at the end of the class. will be hand sewn. note-taking materials, ruler DrV.Ce-004l Driver Education In-Car Driving fsa.Ce-015 Creative Side Dishes and 1/4" graph paper (4 sqs. per inch) needed. CPt.Ce-075 Introduction to Digital Instruction looking for new and exciting compliments to additional supply list provided at first class. Photography this is the mandatory in-car driving instruction give your meals that little something extra? this You’ve got a new digital camera and not a clue portion of the Driver education course. each course--taught by a trained culinary chef--will asl.Ce-003 Baby Signs® for Professionals how to really use it. the solution? take this easy driving group has a maximum of four students; give participants some mouth watering options. During this 3-hour workshop, participants will to understand course to learn the basic camera driving schedules will be arranged by able ii learn how to use sign language effectively with controls, what all of those buttons and wheels do, Driving school. students must complete 16 fsa.Ce-016 The Quick & Easy Gourmet both typical and special needs children. By how to employ the proper settings for the type of driving sessions to satisfy state requirements. Would you like to learn how to make quick and the end of the training, participants will have picture that you want to take, how to set the flash, easy yet delicious meals? this course--taught by a learned the proven benefits of using the Baby how to download the pictures from your camera trained culinary chef--will show participants how signs® Program, 32 of the most useful signs for to your computer…and more. later lessons will to shop for and create entrees, side dishes and infants, toddlers and special needs children, the focus on editing and organizing your pictures. desserts that are perfect for families on the go. best strategies for teaching signs and how to r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e d u | Co nt i n u i n g a n d e x te n d e d le a r n i n g, ( 315) 498-6000 3 Course DesCriPtions HeC.Ce-001 Phlebotomy for Certification PeH.Ce-020 Personal Trainer Certification hears on tV and radio commercials or in You, and you alone, have the power to achieve Phlebotomy, an emerging technology, prepares Whether a career move or for your own personal documentary or audiobook narrations? this fun, your a-game. you for a career in blood drawing or provides knowledge, get all the information you need informative and empowering class will teach other health care professionals with an additional to become a certified personal trainer. this you the basics of the voice-over industry to Prf.Ce 066 Managing Time and Stress at Work skill. a phlebotomist is an integral part of challenging course, sponsored by W.i.t.s. (World help you decide if it is something you'd like to if you’re feeling your work world resembles the the health care team. there is an increasing instructor training schools), is taught over a pursue. topics covered will include the different Wild West more than the 21st century - you’re not demand for qualified phlebotomists in a variety 5-week period for better retention and skill types of voice-overs, the voiceover industry alone. stress can make people behave in all kinds of medical settings - hospitals, physicians' competency. the national exam is held on the and what it takes to get started as a voice actor. of unusual ways - from whoopin’ and hollerin’ to offices, laboratories, and reference laboratories. sixth week. fifteen hours of "hands-on" practical Class participants will be recorded as they read being zoned out and slumped over in their seats. this two-part course, approved by the asCP training prepares you to actually work with from scripts and will receive a voice evaluation. today’s workplaces are being defined as “doing (american society of Clinical Pathologists), clients one on one. also, fifteen hours of lectures many who have taken this class have gone on to more with less” and increasing demands are provides the knowledge and training necessary includes, but is not limited to, anatomy, exercise become real, bona-fide, professional voice actors. being placed on every level of employee. these to earn national certification in the field. students physiology, nutrition, muscle and skeletal injuries, Come ready to laugh, learn, and be inspired. demands continue to affect us even when the complete 44 hours of classroom instruction, health screening, etc. this is unlike any other workday is done - elevating stress levels all the followed by 120 hours of clinical experience at a certification program available. Proof of CPr is Prf.Ce-063 Event Planning more. if not dealt with effectively, there are often medical facility located in onondaga, oswego, or required for certification to be issued. in this course students will acquire all skills detrimental consequences. so what is one to do? Cortland County. upon completion of the course, necessary to operate any size special event. from Well, grab your cowboy hat because it’s time to students will receive a certificate of completion PeH.Ce-037 Youth Coaching Certification corporate meetings to fundraisers to black tie rope in the mayhem! in this mighty fine session, and be eligible to take the certification exam. You like to coach…yet as a volunteer you've galas, participants will gain knowledge of all participants will examine both the psychologi- Classes meet in the evenings and clinical hours seen the parental turmoil and felt the player practical event planning and management skills cal and physical effects of positive and negative are available during the day. Clinical placements stress - and you may want out. to reignite the including: booking a venue, budgeting, utilizing stress, as well as learn to identify their own are assigned in the order in which paperwork is reasons you became a coach in the first place social media to market your event, determining triggers and how to best deal with them. With a turned in, on a first come-first served basis. while you get smarter about it does not take goals and outcomes, post-event evaluation little help from a classic western, you’ll explore a semester-long program. let the first sunY and more. Designed to provide students with techniques that will help you ride successfully HeC.Ce-008 Phlebotomy for Certification statewide certification course for youth coaches all basic skills needed to go through the event through your work day on a blazing saddle! saV. (Non-Clinical) restore that spark. Created at sunY Cortland, planning process and hold a successful event Phlebotomy, an emerging technology, prepares in three classroom hours (plus three at home) while staying within budget constraints. Ce-001 School Violence Prevention & you for a career in blood drawing or provides learn how an organized season reduces parental Intervention other health care professionals with an additional involvement. learn the stages of athletic Prf.Ce 064 Surviving First Years also known as Project s.a.V.e. all applicants for a skill. there is an increasing demand for qualified development and how it can help your message teaching presents challenges that are rooted teaching certificate on or after february 2, 2001, phlebotomists in a variety of medical settings be received by children as young as 6 and as much deeper than the foundation we are armed are required to complete at least two clock hours - hospitals, physicians' offices, laboratories, and old as 17. most importantly see demonstrated with throughout college. in a system full of of course work or training in school violence reference laboratories. this one-part course, techniques to keep your kids healthy at sports high-stakes testing and teacher accountability, prevention and intervention in accordance with approved by the asCP (american society of Clinical while you grow your youth team's interest in new teachers need as much support as possible section 3004 of the education law. this includes Pathologists), provides the knowledge and training your sport - in just three practices. in order to thrive (and survive) in the classroom. individuals applying for certification as teacher necessary to earn national certification in the field, learn tried and true classroom management assistants, teachers, pupil personnel services, once you have completed your clinical hours (not Prf.Ce-001 Notary Public Certification theories mixed with practices that you will be professionals, and school administrators. provided with this course). this course fulfills the this course will cover information every able to use the very next day! potential notary Public wil need to prepare for tes.Ce-001 SAT Preparation needed 44 hours of classroom instruction. Prf.Ce 065 Maximum Personal Effectiveness Prepare for the sat exam with a review and the new York state notary exam. taught by an ins.Ce-001-001 Insurance Agents & Brokers experienced practicing professional, the course feeling like you’re in a slump? Has your batting book created by the test maker. the College (Property and Casualty) will review the laws and procedures specific to average, in terms of work performance, become Board official sat study guide is used to prepare learn all the fundamental concepts and varieties the field in easy to understand language and stagnant? Come and be a part of this energizing you for the Critical reading, Writing and math of coverage in property/casualty policies including include information on best practices as well as workshop aimed at tapping into your strengths sections. learn which test-taking approach works auto, homeowners, fire, liability, worker’s compensa- tips on how you can make a full-time or part-time and talents. learn how to combine these best for you. You will have eight practice tests tion and much more. no prior insurance experience career out of being a notary Public. elements with strategies for navigating the and hundreds of questions to help prepare you. is required. gain necessary information through work styles of others, communicating more the College Board has been working for over 100 lectures, quizzes, reviews and practice exams and be Prf.Ce-061 Introduction to Voiceovers effectively, and motivating yourself and others... years to help students transition from high school ready to obtain your agents & Brokers license. Have you ever wanted to be the voice everyone thus bringing about a win-win situation for all! to higher education. 4 s P r i n g a n D s u m m e r 2 0 1 1 | r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e du sPring sCHeDules COurSE SECTiON TiTLE dAyS STArT TiME ENd TiME STArT dATE ENd dATE LOCATiON iNSTruCTOr NOTES/COMMENTS PrEFix & # # spring 2011 PrOFESSiONAL dEvELOPMENT ANd CONTiNuiNg EduCATiON ASL.CE 003 001 Baby Signs TH 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/5/2011 5/5/2011 Main Campus Hobson Tuition: $75. Course materials included with tuition fee. CAR.CE 001 001 Child Abuse Recogn T 5:30PM 7:45PM 3/22/2011 3/22/2011 Main Campus Larkin Tuition: $39. Interactive Video Conference class. Instructor and students interact with students at other locations. CAR.CE 001 002 Child Abuse Recogn T 5:30PM 7:45PM 3/22/2011 3/22/2011 Phoenix High School Larkin Tuition: $39. Interactive Video Conference class. Instructor and students interact with students at other locations. CAR.CE 001 003 Child Abuse Recogn T 5:30PM 7:45PM 3/22/2011 3/22/2011 Central Tech High School Larkin Tuition: $39. Interactive Video Conference class. Instructor and students interact with students at other locations. CAR.CE 001 004 Child Abuse Recogn T 5:30PM 7:45PM 4/19/2011 4/19/2011 Main Campus Larkin Tuition: $39 CAR.CE 001 005 Child Abuse Recogn T 5:30PM 7:45PM 5/17/2011 5/17/2011 Main Campus Larkin Tuition: $39 HEC.CE 001 001 Phlebotomy/Certific T TH 6:00PM 8:00PM 3/8/2011 5/12/2011 Main Campus Ranieri Tuition: $899. Includes 120-hour clinical internship.The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date.Registration is in-person only and on a first-come, first-served basis.Book included in tuition.See website for full details. HEC.CE 008 001 Phlebotomy-Non-Clin T TH 6:00PM 8:00PM 3/8/2011 5/12/2011 Main Campus Ranieri Tuition: $299.Non-clinical course. Book included in tuition. The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. INS.CE 001 001 Ins Agents/Brokers T TH 06:00 PM 010:00 PM 3/1/2011 5/12/2011 Main Campus Headd Tuition: $629 includes books. Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. PEH.CE 020 001 Personal Trainer Cert S 9:00AM 4:00PM 3/5/2011 4/9/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $599; includes books. Must be 18 or older. The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. PEH.CE 020 002 Personal Trainer Cert SU 9:00AM 4:00PM 4/10/2011 5/15/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $599; includes books. Must be 18 or older. The Lifelong Learning office will spring schedules issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. PEH.CE 037 001 SUNY Youth Coaching Cert S 10:00AM 01:00PM 3/5/2011 3/5/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $20 PEH.CE 037 002 SUNY Youth Coaching Cert S 10:00AM 01:00PM 4/16/2011 4/16/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $20 PEH.CE 037 003 SUNY Youth Coaching Cert S 10:00AM 01:00PM 5/14/2011 5/14/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $20 PRF.CE 001 001 Become Notary Public M 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/14/2011 3/14/2011 Main Campus DeBrucker Tuition: $25 PRF.CE 001 002 Become Notary Public M 6:00PM 9:00PM 4/18/2011 4/18/2011 Main Campus DeBrucker Tuition: $25 PRF.CE 001 003 Become Notary Public M 6:00PM 9:00PM 5/16/2011 5/16/2011 Main Campus DeBrucker Tuition: $25 PRF.CE 012 001 What’s Their Problem?! W 8:45AM 11:15AM 4/6/2011 4/6/2011 Main Campus Fern Tuition: $49 PRF.CE 046 001 Ldrshp/Orgnztnl Chg W 8:45AM 11:15AM 3/9/2011 3/9/2011 Main Campus Fern Tuition: $49 PRF.CE 061 001 Intro to Voiceovers SU 12:00PM 2:00PM 4/17/2011 4/17/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $35 PRF.CE 063 001 Event Planning W 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/30/2011 3/30/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $35 PRF.CE 063 002 Event Planning W 6:00PM 9:00PM 5/4/2011 5/4/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $35 PRF.CE 064 001 Surviving 1st Yrs T 5:000PM 7:00PM 5/17/2011 5/31/2011 Main Campus Cosentino Tuition: $35 PRF.CE 065 001 Max Per Effctivness F 8:45AM 11:15AM 3/25/2011 3/25/2011 Main Campus Fern Tuition: $49 SAV.CE 001 001 School Violence Prev M 5:30PM 7:45PM 4/4/2011 4/4/2011 Main Campus Larkin Tuition: $39. Interactive Video Conference class. Instructor and students interact with students at other locations. SAV.CE 001 002 School Violence Prev M 5:30PM 7:45PM 4/4/2011 4/4/2011 Phoenix High School Larkin Tuition: $39. Interactive Video Conference class. Instructor and students interact with students at other locations. SAV.CE 001 003 School Violence Prev M 5:30PM 7:45PM 4/4/2011 4/4/2011 Hannibal High School Larkin Tuition: $39. Interactive Video Conference class. Instructor and students interact with students at other locations. SAV.CE 001 004 School Violence Prev W 5:30PM 7:45PM 4/27/2011 4/27/2011 Main Campus Larkin Tuition: $39 SAV.CE 005 005 School Violence Prev W 5:30PM 7:45PM 5/25/2011 5/25/2011 Main Campus Larkin Tuition: $39 r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e d u | Co nt i n u i n g a n d e x te n d e d le a r n i n g, ( 315) 498-6000 5 sPring sCHeDules COurSE SECTiON TiTLE dAyS STArT TiME ENd TiME STArT dATE ENd dATE LOCATiON iNSTruCTOr NOTES/COMMENTS PrEFix & # # PErSONAL ENriCHMENT ART.CE 011 001 Painting With Style W 6:30PM 8:30PM 4/27/2011 5/18/2011 Main Campus Edwards Tuition: $48, not including supplies.Supply list will be sent to students prior to first class. ART.CE-032 001 Intro to Pastel Painting F 6:30PM 8:30PM 3/18/2011 4/8/2011 Main Campus Edwards Tuition: $48, not including supplies.Supply list will be sent to students prior to first class. ART.CE-033 001 Intro to Quiltmaking M 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/21/2011 4/25/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $125.Supply list will be sent to students prior to first class.The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to class start date. CPT.CE-075 001 Digital Photography TH 6:00PM 8:00PM 3/31/2011 5/12/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $84. No class on 4/21/11 CPT.CE-075 002 Digital Photography W 10:00AM 12:00PM 4/6/2011 5/18/2011 North Site Tuition: $84. No class on 4/21/11 FIN.CE 005 001 Destination:Retirement W 6:30PM 9:30PM 5/11/2011 5/18/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $49; includes books. FIN.CE 011 001 Fin Strat Just Wom TH 6:00PM 8:00PM 5/19/2011 5/19/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $20 FSA.CE-009 003 PAC T 5:00PM 8:00PM 5/10/2011 5/10/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $30 FSA.CE-011 001 Appetizers S 9:30AM 12:30PM 3/12/2011 3/12/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $30. Includes a supply fee for all food to be cooked. Students should bring containers for cooked food. FSA.CE-011 002 Appetizers S 1:00PM 4:00PM 3/19/2011 3/19/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $30. Includes a supply fee for all food to be cooked. Students should bring containers for cooked food. FSA.CE-015 001 Creative Side Dishes S 9:30AM 12:30PM 4/2/2011 4/2/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $30. Includes a supply fee for all food to be cooked. Students should bring containers for cooked food. FSA.CE-015 002 Creative Side Dishes S 1:00PM 4:00PM 4/9/2011 4/9/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $30. Includes a supply fee for all food to be cooked. Students should bring containers for cooked food. FSA.CE-016 001 Quick Easy Gourmet S 9:30AM 12:30PM 5/7/2011 5/7/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $30. Includes a supply fee for all food to be cooked. Students should bring containers for cooked food. FSA.CE-016 002 Quick Easy Gourmet S 1:00PM 4:00PM 5/14/2011 5/14/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $30. Includes a supply fee for all food to be cooked. Students should bring containers for cooked food. driviNg spring schedules DRV.CE 001 001 Defensive Driving S 9:00AM 3:30PM 3/5/2011 3/5/2011 Main Campus Piron Tuition: $45. Must arrive 15 minutes early to do essential paperwork. DRV.CE 001 005 Defensive Driving S 8:00AM 2:30PM 3/26/2011 3/26/2011 Cicero Town Hall Piron Tuition: $45. Cicero Town Hall.Must arrive 15 minutes early to do essential paperwork. DRV.CE 001 006 Defensive Driving S 9:00AM 3:30PM 4/2/2011 4/2/2011 Main Campus Piron Tuition: $45. Must arrive 15 minutes early to do essential paperwork. DRV.CE 001 010 Defensive Driving S 8:00AM 2:30PM 4/23/2011 4/23/2011 Cicero Town Hall Piron Tuition: $45. Cicero Town Hall.Must arrive 15 minutes early to do essential paperwork. DRV.CE 001 012 Defensive Driving S 9:30AM 3:30PM 5/7/2011 5/7/2011 Main Campus Piron Tuition: $45. Must arrive 15 minutes early to do essential paperwork. spring schedules DRV.CE 001 015 Defensive Driving S 8:00AM 2:30PM 5/28/2011 5/28/2011 Cicero Town Hall Piron Tuition: $45. Cicero Town Hall.Must arrive 15 minutes early to do essential paperwork. DRV.CE 004 001 Driver Education T TH 5:00PM 6:30PM 3/15/2011 5/5/2011 Main Campus Douglass Tuition: $395. Must also register for DRV.CE 004L 001: In-Car Instruction. Classroom make-up dates are 5/10/11 (Tuesday) and 5/12/11 (Thursday). The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. DRV.CE 004L 001 Driver Ed - In-Car 3/15/2011 5/5/2011 Main Campus Must also register for DRV.CE 004 001: In-Car Instruction. Classroom make-up dates are 5/10/11 (Tuesday) and 5/12/11 (Thursday). The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. 6 s P r i n g a n D s u m m e r 2 0 1 1 | r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e du sPring anD summer sCHeDules COurSE SECTiON TiTLE dAyS STArT TiME ENd TiME STArT dATE ENd dATE LOCATiON iNSTruCTOr NOTES/COMMENTS PrEFix & # # yOuNg AduLTS FAM.CE 001 001 Babysitter Training W 9:00AM 3:00PM 4/20/2011 4/20/2011 Main Campus Brown Tuition: $45. Students should bring bag lunch. TES.CE 001 001 SAT Preparation T 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/15/2011 4/26/2011 Fayetteville Manlius High Tuition: $209; includes books. For 5/7/11 exam. The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. No class on 4/19. TES.CE 001 002 SAT Preparation TH 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/17/2011 4/28/2011 Fayetteville Manlius High Tuition: $209; includes books. For 5/7/11 exam. The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date.No class on 4/21. TES.CE 001 003 SAT Preparation SU 1:00PM 4:00PM 3/13/2011 5/1/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $209; includes books. For 5/7/11 exam. The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. No class on 4/17 or 4/24. TES.CE 001 004 SAT Preparation SU 1:00PM 4:00PM 3/13/2011 5/1/2011 Chittenango High School Tuition: $209; includes books. For 5/7/11 exam. The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. No class on 4/17 or 4/24. TES.CE 001 005 SAT Preparation T 6:00PM 9:00PM 4/26/2011 5/31/2011 Marcellus High School Tuition: $209; includes books. For 6/4/11 exam. The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. No class on 4/19. TES.CE 001 006 SAT Preparation T 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/22/2011 5/3/2011 Fabius-Pompey High School Tuition: $209; includes books. For 5/7/11 exam. The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. No class on 4/19. TES.CE 001 007 SAT Preparation W 6:00PM 9:00PM 4/27/2011 6/1/2011 Marcellus High School Tuition: $209; includes books. For 6/4/11 exam. The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. No class on 4/20. TES.CE 001 008 SAT Preparation SU 1:00PM 5:30PM 5/1/2011 5/22/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $209; includes books. For 6/4/11 exam. The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. spring and summer schedules summer 2011 PrOFESSiONAL dEvELOPMENT ANd CONTiNuiNg EduCATiON ASL.CE 003 001 Baby Signs W 6:00PM 9:00PM 7/27/2011 7/27/2011 Main Campus Hobson Tuition: $75, course materials included with tuition fee. CAR.CE-001 001 Child Abuse Recogn T 05:30PM 07:45PM 7/19/2011 7/19/2011 Main Campus Larkin Tuition: $39 CAR.CE-001 002 Child Abuse Recogn T 11:00AM 01:15PM 8/16/2011 8/16/2011 North Site Larkin Tuition: $39 HEC.CE-008 001 Phlebotomy-Non-Clin T TH 06:00PM 08:00PM 6/7/2011 8/18/2011 Main Campus Ranieri Tuition: $299; includes books. Non-clinical course. The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. PEH.CE-020 001 Personal Trainer Cert S 09:00AM 04:00PM 6/11/2011 7/23/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $599; includes books. Must be 18 or older. No class on 7/2. PEH.CE-037 001 SUNY Yth Coach Cert S 10:00AM 01:00PM 8/6/2011 8/6/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $20 PEH.CE-037 002 SUNY Yth Coach Cert S 10:00AM 01:00PM 8/13/2011 8/13/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $20 PRF.CE-001 001 Become Notary Public W 06:00PM 09:00PM 6/15/2011 6/15/2011 Main Campus DeBrucker Tuition: $25 PRF.CE 045 001 Top Notch Presntns TH 8:45AM 11:15AM 6/2/2011 6/2/2011 Main Campus Fern Tuition: $49 PRF.CE-063 001 Event Planning W 06:00PM 09:00PM 6/29/2011 6/29/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $35 PRF.CE-064 001 Surviving 1st Yrs W 9:30AM 3:30PM 8/3/2011 8/3/2011 Main Campus Cosentino Tuition: $35 PRF.CE-066 001 Manag Time & Stres @Work F 8:45AM 11:15AM 6/17/2011 6/16/2011 Main Campus Fern Tuition: $49 SAV.CE-001 001 School Violence Prev M 05:30PM 07:45PM 7/25/2011 7/25/2011 Main Campus Larkin Tuition: $39 SAV.CE-001 002 School Violence Prev M 11:00AM 01:15PM 8/22/2011 8/22/2011 North Site Larkin Tuition: $39 r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e d u | Co nt i n u i n g a n d e x te n d e d le a r n i n g, ( 315) 498-6000 7 summer sCHeDules COurSE SECTiON TiTLE dAyS STArT TiME ENd TiME STArT dATE ENd dATE LOCATiON iNSTruCTOr NOTES/COMMENTS PrEFix & # # PErSONAL ENriCHMENT ART.CE-011 001 Painting With Style W 06:00PM 09:00PM 6/1/2011 6/22/2011 Main Campus Edwards Tuition: $48, not including supplies. Supply list will be sent to students prior to first class. ART.CE-032 001 Intro to Pastel Painting T 06:00PM 09:00PM 7/12/2011 8/2/2011 Main Campus Edwards Tuition: $48, not including supplies. Supply list will be sent to students prior to first class. CPT.CE-075 001 Digital Photography TH 06:00PM 08:00PM 6/2/2011 7/7/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $84 FSA.CE-009 001 Protect Allergic Chldrn W 5:00PM 8:00PM 6/8/2011 6/8/2011 Main Campus Boynton Tuition: $30 FSA.CE-009 002 Protect Allergic Chldrn F 9:30:00AM 12:30PM 8/12 2011 8/12/2011 Main Campus Boynton Tuition: $30 FSA.CE-009 003 Protect Allergic Chldrn TH 12:30PM 3:30PM 8/18/2011 8/18/2011 Main Campus Boynton Tuition: $30 FSA.CE-011 001 Appetizers S 09:30AM 12:30PM 6/11/2011 6/11/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $30. Includes a supply fee for all food to be cooked. Students should bring containers for cooked food. FSA.CE-011 002 Appetizers S 01:00PM 04:00PM 6/18/2011 6/18/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $30. Includes a supply fee for all food to be cooked. Students should bring containers for cooked food. FSA.CE-015 001 Creative Side Dishes S 09:30AM 12:30PM 7/9/2011 7/9/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $30. Includes a supply fee for all food to be cooked. Students should bring containers for cooked food. FSA.CE-015 002 Creative Side Dishes S 01:00PM 04:00PM 7/16/2011 7/16/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $30. Includes a supply fee for all food to be cooked. Students should bring containers for cooked food. FSA.CE-016 001 Quick Easy Gourmet S 09:30AM 12:30PM 8/13/2011 8/13/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $30. Includes a supply fee for all food to be cooked. Students should bring containers for cooked food. FSA.CE-016 002 Quick Easy Gourmet S 01:00PM 04:00PM 8/20/2011 8/20/2011 Main Campus Tuition: $30. Includes a supply fee for all food to be cooked. Students should bring containers for cooked food. driviNg DRV.CE-001 001 Defensive Driving S 09:00AM 03:30PM 6/4/2011 6/4/2011 Main Campus Piron Tuition: $45. Must arrive 15 minutes early to do essential paperwork. DRV.CE-001 005 Defensive Driving S 08:00AM 02:30PM 6/25/2011 6/25/2011 Cicero Town Hall Piron Tuition: $45. Cicero Town Hall. Must arrive 15 minutes early to do essential paperwork. DRV.CE-001 006 Defensive Driving S 09:00AM 03:30PM 7/2/2011 7/2/2011 Main Campus Piron Tuition: $45. Must arrive 15 minutes early to do essential paperwork. summer schedules DRV.CE-001 010 Defensive Driving S 08:00AM 02:30PM 7/23/2011 7/23/2011 Cicero Town Hall Piron Tuition: $45. Cicero Town Hall. Must arrive 15 minutes early to do essential paperwork. DRV.CE-001 011 Defensive Driving S 09:00AM 03:30PM 8/6/2011 8/6/2011 Main Campus Piron Tuition: $45. Must arrive 15 minutes early to do essential paperwork. DRV.CE-001 014 Defensive Driving S 08:00AM 02:30PM 8/27/2011 8/27/2011 Cicero Town Hall Piron Tuition: $45. Cicero Town Hall. Must arrive 15 minutes early to do essential paperwork. DRV.CE-004 001 Driver Education T W TH F 08:00AM 09:30AM 7/12/2011 8/5/2011 Main Campus Douglass Tuition: $395. Must also register for DRV.CE 004L 001: In-Car Instruction. Classroom make-up dates are 8/8/11 (Monday) and 8/9/11 (Tuesday). The Lifelong Learning summer schedules office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. DRV.CE-004L 001 Driver Ed - In-Car 7/11/2011 8/4/2011 Main Campus Must also register for DRV.CE 004 001: Driver Education (classroom instruction). Driving schedules will be arranged by Able II Driving School. The Lifelong Learning office will issue a full refund up to 14 days prior to the class start date. 8 s P r i n g a n D s u m m e r 2 0 1 1 | r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e du IT E lovEd And SH Co nd yEAr GE Er’S SE r IT!” LE dAUgHT To oFFE wAS My nTInUE fOr COL “THIS yoU Co I HoPE AgAIn. K I DS College onondaga’s College for Kids is one of Central new York’s most popular summer programs for children 8-14 years of age, in which students participate in a full - for kids - or half day of classes and get a feel for what it’s like to be a college student. “CollE gE For ClASSE kIdS IS S For A wEll THE CH -rUn P An Onondaga IldrEn rogrA , And M, oFF Community College IS wEl ErIng l-SUPE FUn Lifelong Learning rvISEd .” Program College for Kids courses are a kaleidoscope of academic and recreational offerings that include sports, arts and crafts, cooking, computer skills, magic, engineering and more. each year new instructors and courses are added to serve the diverse interests of the 800+ students who attend. in 2011 College for Kids will be offered the last three weeks of July on our main campus with registration beginning in may. for more information Visit WWW.sunYoCC.eDu anD tYPe “College For Kids” in tHe searCH WinDoW. see you there! AnTS SES HE w HAT ClAS IS dy PlA nnIng w E IT’S FUn And IS AlrEA r. H E Told M d HIM!” “My Son nExT yEA I CoUld SEn To TAkE ST PlACE THE SAFE 9 online Courses NON-CrEdiT ONLiNE COurSES view online courses at: Courses are offered in over 31 genres including: www.ed2go.com/occonline ComPuters & teCHnologY • Web & Computer Programming • graphic & multimedia Design • PC networking and security now you can take non-credit classes from Online cOurses nOn-credit your home or office. if you have access to the Writing & PuBlisHing internet, you are ready to get started. online • Business Writing non-credit courses are offered once a month • Creative Writing and consist of lessons, delivered via the inter- • Publishing net, twice a week for six weeks. interact with Personal DeVeloPment your instructor or other students online in a • arts bulletin-board format. Courses are available • Personal finance 24 hours a day on the dates below, and you • languages have 10 days to complete each lesson. Career & Professional DeVeloPment • accounting To take theses courses, you’ll need: • Business & management • internet access • grant Writing & non-Profit • e-mail • mozilla firefox or internet explorer Web browser Additional requirements for individual courses, if any, are listed on the website. Course prices are listed with each course. Sign up for your online courses in 4 easy steps: Step 1: go to www.ed2go.com/occonline Step 2: Pick a Course & section Step 3: register online Step 4: Proceed with preferred payment method upon receipt of confirmation e-mail from onondaga Community College 10 s P r i n g a n D s u m m e r 2 0 1 1 | r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e du small Business DeVeloPment Center Outreach Locations auburn Cortland technology garden onondaga north site northside urban Partnership How to Request Our Services small business develOpment center interested in being an entrepreneur? You can contact us by phone at (315) 498-6070, by fax at (315) 498-2589, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or online, by completing a short online form at www.onondagasbdc.org. Empowering Our Staff our staff of certified business advisors is at the heart of Entrepreneurship the sBDC program. sBDC advisors have an extensive business background in entrepreneurship, accounting, business management, etc., and many have been small business owners. our advisors will work with you one-on-one to help you get started or to work on your existing business. ...Inspiring Success! The SBDC is “Going Green” the sBDC, in partnership with the northside urban Partnership, can arrange an energy audit for your small business in the greater syracuse area. engaging in an The Small Business Development Center at energy assessment is socially and environmentally Onondaga Community College is one of 24 centers responsible, will make your business more energy in New York State which provides premier business efficient, and will attract new customers to your “green” assistance to start-up and existing businesses, business. all small businesses in the greater syracuse offering free and confidential one-on-one business area are eligible. for more information or for an counseling to new and existing businesses, and application, e-mail email@example.com or call addressing specific needs such as assistance with (315) 299-8228, ext. 12. business plans or funding proposals. Other Small Business Classes Contact us: (315) 498-6070 If you are a veteran, ask about assistance which We are continually updating our programs to respond firstname.lastname@example.org may be available. to the needs of the small business community. for the Through our NYS Research Network, we help latest information on programs and classes, check our entrepreneurs conduct market research for new website at www.onondagasbdc.org, or e-mail products or business ideas, or simply offer direction email@example.com, or call (315) 498-6070. to resources available in the community. We want to hear your suggestions for relevant find us on facebook: small Business development business topics. Center at onondaga Community College. r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e d u | Co nt i n u i n g a n d e x te n d e d le a r n i n g, ( 315) 498-6000 11 small Business DeVeloPment Center SPriNg ANd SuMMEr 2011 A SuCCESS STOry sBD.Ce-001 Introduction to Small Business Start-Up Shining Stars daycare, inc. this class is designed to create awareness of and introduce Stella and John Penizotto built a very good topics which are relevant to individuals who are considering business in a tough industry. In 13 years, starting a small business. the class covers legalities, business with SBDC (www.onondagasbdc.org) plans, financing, marketing and the realities of being a business assistance, the Penizottos expanded the owner. this class is held on selected thursdays at 1 p.m. or 6 business six times to their current capacity p.m. for more information, call (315) 498-6070 or e-mail: sbdc@ sunyocc.edu. small business develOpment center of 363 children in 2010. The newest day care center is near Lockheed Martin’s facility in Fee: $30 Liverpool, NY and the business currently has instructor: sBDC Certified Business advisors 78 employees. (2010) Location: tBa Stella’s collaboration with other companies and resources to provide the best day care experience for children led to a partnership sBD.Ce-002 with Enable, a local special needs agency in Fast Track to Business Start-Up Onondaga County. It resulted in the first full one of the keys to successfully start a business is to get day program for autistic children 3 to 5 years the correct information before you begin the process. this of age at one of the Shining Star centers. detailed course will cover marketing plans, advertising, sales, The program goal is to mainstream autistic bookkeeping, legalities and other business-related topics children that have completed the program including the business plan. the course is taught over three into regular kindergarten classes. days and is open to anyone interested in getting their business up and running quickly. for more information, call (315) 498- SBDC Senior Business Advisor Joan Powers Stella with Pres. obama at the white House, Small Business week 2010. 6070 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. meets the requirements has worked with Stella and John since of the Department of labor’s self employment assistance 1997, when they came to SBDC to expand Program. from one to three daycare centers. SBDC Fee: $125 assistance has led to expansion financing and a few health and safety grants from the instructor: thomas moore, Certified Business advisor or frank NYS Office of Children & Family Services. Cetera, Certified Business advisor Stella Penizotto was an SBDC Entrepreneur Location: tBa of the Year in 2001. Stella Penizotto of Shining Stars Daycare was selected as the SBA’s Small Business Person of the Year, 2010, District and New York State. Stella Penizotto enjoys a special moment with two of the more than 360 children who are loved and cared for at the three Shining Stars daycare centers she founded and operates in the Syracuse area. (Photo 2000) 12 s P r i n g a n D s u m m e r 2 0 1 1 | r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e du small Business DeVeloPment Center sBD.Ce-017 • learning about financial statements Small Business Start-Up ONLINE • learning about the importance of a business plan this four-week online course is designed for those potential entrepreneurs who want the option and convenience of not • Writing a basic business plan which incorporates your attending a class on campus. it is especially ideal for those who marketing outline• reviewing the basics of financial work full time but still want to pursue starting a small business. statements the course is designed to take you through the steps of starting • learning about sources of financing a business and includes the following: Fee: $65 • assessing your entrepreneurial qualities instructor: tania Hanouille, Certified Business advisor, small business develOpment center • learning about resources available to potential small email@example.com scheduled for may 2011. businesses ANgEL Online Learning System will be available one week • Doing research on your product or service prior to the start of the course. • Creating a marketing plan outline COurSE SECTiON TiTLE dAyS STArT dATE ENd dATE STArT TiME ENd TiME LOCATiON NOTES/COMMENTS PrEFix & # # Spring 2011 sBD.Ce-001 001 small Bus start-up th 3/10/11 3/10/11 1:00 Pm 3:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. tuition: $30 sBD.Ce-001 002 small Bus start-up th 3/31/11 3/31/11 6:00 Pm 8:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. tuition: $30 Please note: additional sessions sBD.Ce-001 003 small Bus start-up th 4/14/11 4/14/11 1:00 Pm 3:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. tuition: $30 may be scheduled sBD.Ce-001 004 small Bus start-up th 4/28/11 4/28/11 6:00 Pm 8:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. tuition: $30 during the spring and sBD.Ce-001 005 small Bus start-up th 5/12/11 5/12/11 1:00 Pm 3:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. tuition: $30 summer. sBD.Ce-001 006 small Bus start-up th 5/26/11 5/26/11 6:00 Pm 8:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. tuition: $30 Please call sBD.Ce-002 001 fast track/Busn start t, th, t 3/22/11 3/29/11 9:00 am 4:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. Class meets on three separate dates. tuition: $125. the sBDC office at (315) 498-6070 or sBD.Ce-002 002 fast track/Busn start t, th, t 4/19/11 4/26/11 9:00 am 4:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. Class meets on three separate dates. tuition: $125. e-mail: sBD.Ce-002 002 fast track/Busn start t, th, t 5/24/11 5/31/11 9:00 am 4:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. Class meets on three separate dates. tuition: $125. firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Summer 2011 sBD.Ce-001 001 small Bus start-up th 6/9/11 6/9/11 1:00 Pm 3:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. tuition: $30 sBD.Ce-001 002 small Bus start-up th 6/23/11 6/23/11 6:00 Pm 8:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. tuition: $30 sBD.Ce-001 002 small Bus start-up th 7/7/11 7/7/11 1:00 Pm 3:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. tuition: $30 sBD.Ce-001 002 small Bus start-up th 7/21/11 7/21/11 6:00 Pm 8:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. tuition: $30 sBD.Ce-001 002 small Bus start-up th 8/4/11 8/4/11 1:00 Pm 3:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. tuition: $30 sBD.Ce-001 002 small Bus start-up th 8/18/11 8/18/11 6:00 Pm 8:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. tuition: $30 sBD.Ce-002 001 fast track/Busn start t, th, t 6/21/11 6/28/11 9:00 am 4:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. Class meets on three separate dates. tuition: $125. sBD.Ce-002 002 fast track/Busn start t, th, t 7/26/11 8/2/11 9:00 am 4:00 Pm tBa must pre-register. Class meets on three separate dates. tuition: $125. sBD.Ce-017 001 sm Bus start-up online 5/1/11 5/31/11 online must pre-register. tuition: $65 r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e d u | Co nt i n u i n g a n d e x te n d e d le a r n i n g, ( 315) 498-6000 13 WorKforCe DeVeloPment Center [re]think [ Customized Programs ] [ grants ] We have many programs to choose from. But, if you don’t for employers and nonprofit associations, we’ll join with see what you need, let us know and we’ll create it. Just as you to find grants and other financial resources to help you your business needs change, so do we. Have a third shift meet your needs. the bottom line is we’ll work with you to Workforce Development crew that needs training? We’ll adjust our schedules. need early classes? evening? no problem. in fact, we’re constantly discover ways to help finance the cost of training. Here are some current grants: evolving to respond to the changing needs of employers • new York state Department of labor emerging and and businesses in our community. transitional Worker grant: in cooperation with maCnY and the Westcott Community Center [ Professional Training At your Site or • Cornell Cooperative extension of onondaga County wOrkfOrce develOpment On Campus ] (CCe onondaga): Provides training to veterans through a our professional instructors will work with you. With training program called “a Different shade of green” available right at your work location or on our campus, • Community College Workforce Development training we make it convenient for you and your employees to get grant: to help existing businesses retain and upgrade the training they need to help stay ahead of trends and their workforce technology. Plus, they’ll get the tools and resources they need to make your business compete and succeed globally. [ Some of our community partners ] [ Who We Serve ] • CnY Works local businesses [ Training for Emerging Workforces ] • u.s. Dept. of labor local government the value of training is measured by one thing: jobs. We • Central new York Workforce Development institute nonprofit organizations can create training programs that prepare workers for fast Professional associations growing, high-demand industries such as green training, health care, information technology and technical training. [ Employer Services at Onondaga ] and we also offer soft skills training such as management, Distance learning: our programs are designed to be flexible [ What We do ] leadership and supervisory skills that are valuable in so they meet your needs. so if in-person training on site or Business and Professional development virtually every area of business. all to prepare the workforce on campus doesn’t work for you, we can provide distance information Technology for jobs that are in demand now and more importantly, for learning through the College’s online learning program. specialized Technical Training jobs that will be here in the future. the Career and applied learning Center, or Cal Center, partners with local employers to connect qualified Quality improvement and soft skills [ Affordable Programs ] individuals with internships or job placement. this service is discipline specific Training for Professional groups free to students and free for local businesses. Worried about Cost? CnY Works, the Department of labor, Workforce development and Job retraining and the Central new York Workforce Development institute employees are the glue that make your business run. they assist those who’ve been laid off and are currently seeking [ Some of our educational partners ] are vital to your success. so an investment in your greatest reemployment to get any needed financial assistance. in turn, • Cornell university asset just makes sense. We’ll help strengthen and grow your we partner with these organizations to provide the necessary • Hudson Valley Community College existing workforce while maximizing employee productivity. training to help people get back into the workforce. the bottom line is that we’ll work with you to make it affordable. • sunY esf With convenient onsite training, your employees get the retraining they need for job advancement. and you get • syracuse university a great return on your investment. • rochester institute of technology 14 s P r i n g a n D s u m m e r 2 0 1 1 | r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e du WorKforCe DeVeloPment Center [ Testimonials ] “We’ve developed a deep apprecia- “Transit mechanics have to be “The Manufacturers Association tion for our friends and colleagues received specific training on the serves industrial and non-industrial at OCC with whom we collaborate. computer to perform diagnostics. member organizations throughout They inspire our work with a long The quality of Onondaga’s instruc- upstate New York. Our member and abiding commitment to stu- tion more than met our needs.” organizations continue to struggle dents’ academic achievement and with finding employees with the their well being. Our joint efforts are —Jim Mahan, necessary skills. Onondaga Com- assistant fleet manager at Centro munity College is a critical provider wOrkfOrce develOpment complementary and, together with other community partners, enable of the education and training for us to better serve the educational, students to fill the skills gap of our “We are proud to partner with workforce and economic develop- regional employers. MACNY has Onondaga Community College – ment needs of diverse students and been very successful in partnering a first class institution. From ‘lean’ constituents.” with OCC and other local organiza- techniques to ‘green’ technologies, tions for the NYSDOL Emerging and —dr. Chuck Spuches, Onondaga delivers cutting-edge Transitional Worker Training grant. Associate dean, outreach, training and education to the CNY This is just another example of how SUny College of Environmental Workforce.” Science and Forestry OCC contributes to our community —Mary Ellen Mangino, as a collaborator and educational regional director of Central new york leader. “Based upon the evolving demands workforce development Institute —Steven P. Maloney, of the economy – largely driven by director of training and workforce technological advancement, global- development, Manufacturers ization and changing demographics “This unique collaborative effort Association of Central new york - skills development beyond high of curriculum development and (MACny) school has become vital as individu- resource sharing is designed to train individuals in highly sought after [ Some of our customers ] als evolve throughout their lifelong machining skills and is endorsed by workforce skills. Onondaga offers a • Centro the National Association of Manufac- wealth of opportunities in response • anheuser-Busch to this need through its role with turers (NAM).” • manufacturers association of CnY (maCnY) secondary, career, technical and —robert leslie, director of adult and • loretto higher education.” technical education at oCM BoCES • st. Joseph’s Hospital —lenore S. Sealy, executive director of Cny works r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e d u | Co nt i n u i n g a n d e x te n d e d le a r n i n g, ( 315) 498-6000 15 WorKforCe DeVeloPment Center SPriNg ANd SuMMEr 2011 to handle an entry level computer repair and / or technician level job responsibility. Prerequisite: entry level; end user skill web design aspects which are important for application and functionality of the technologies that affect every business. information technology – with Windows based personal computers, basic knowledge. internet Business associate provides an understanding of Center for Business information technology training this course prepares you for the Comptia a+ certification exam. tasks involved. next you are introduced to the languages Class materials provided: Books, transcenders (practice exams). Html/ XHtml, gui interface tools, search engines, cascading Discounted exam vouchers available. this is a non-credit course style sheets, wed design concepts and an introduction to CPt-Ce-157 ecommerce solutions. finally you must learn the fundamentals CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) CPt.Ce 156 of networking, internet protocols and network security- tCP/iP, if you are interested in networking, need a good understanding Network + network components and protocols, architecture, topologies, for a management or sales position, earning a Cisco Certified stand alone or as a follow up to the a+ course, you will be osi reference model / packet creation, iP routing , addressing network associate certification will validate your ability to expanding upon your knowledge and skills with networking and subnet masks and essential network security concepts. understand, install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot and configuration information which could lead to a role as Prerequisite: little or no experiences should be able to navigate medium sized route and switched networks, including a PC support technician. this course is designed to provide doing basic computer tasks. a CiW industry exam will be wOrkfOrce develOpment implementation and verification of connections to remote an overview of networking concepts; lan/Wan connectivity; available to take in class at the end of the program. Books and sites in a Wan. learning objectives will include understanding osi model standards; transmission media; tCP/iP protocol one exam voucher provided - exam number 1D0-510. this is a the osi model and industry standards, major network suite; remote connectivity; security methods, troubleshooting non-credit course. topologies differences, iP addressing, routing protocols network devices and or compatibility issues. this knowledge and network configurations. lastly, lans, Wans and other will prepare a student to better understand and identify the CPt.Ce-185 regional type networks, learning to segment with bridges, tasks involved in supporting networks in general and microsoft Web Design Professional routers and switches. our hands-on learning environment networks, in particular. this course prepares you for the includes 2 modules: Web design Specialist and E-Commerce provides interactive graphics; real-world scenarios; true-to- network + certification exam. Class materials provided: Books, Specialist. in this section, you will build upon your basic web life simulations. this course encompasses interconnecting transcenders (practice exams). Discounted exam vouchers authoring skills to learn the essentials and best practices of networking devices parts 1 and 2 (modules 1 through 4) available. this is a non-credit course. Web Design, including design theory, tools and technologies. structured by Cisco to prepare you for the industry standard Completing these courses will start with website development CCna certification exam. upon completion, students will WEBSiTE dESigN ANd dEvELOPMENT essentials, the development process, customer expectations, receive a certificate of completion by oCC and be eligible to ethical and legal issues – web design elements, aesthetics, take the certification exam. a hand’s on learning experience. if you posses both technical and artistic abilities this may be an users experience navigation, etc.. Web technologies- including Books provided and exam vouchers can be earned. this is a non exciting career path for you. this industry recognized program Html/XHtml/image files, gui site development, advanced Web credit course. onondaga Community College is an approved is a two phase approach to earning a certification in Web tech. microsoft expression, adobe Dreamweaver, fireworks, Cisco authorized training Partner. design professional. Professionals in all industries can benefit and flash. to stand out you will need a working knowledge of from this certification track. (it, Business, Healthcare, legal, e-commerce standards. this is for individuals who understand CPt.Ce 155 marketing, graphic artists, and more. there are two program CompTIA A+ the foundations and want to become proficient in e-commerce offerings depending on knowledge and skills. earn the industry practices and site design. You learn site development, ways to the use of computers continues to grow and so will the need credentials. gain practical experience while taking class with a conduct business online, manage technical issues, ecommerce for qualified repair technicians. a+ offers you an opportunity part time internship. technology and security, at various levels, customer relationship to learn the dynamics of the basic computer hardware management software, securing on line transactions, and and operating systems and is considered a vendor neutral CPt.Ce-184 personal information and business, marketing, and legal issues. certification course. You will cover essential principles necessary Web Foundations Associate Prerequisite: some computer/internet-web knowledge and skills for installing, building, upgrading, repairing, configuring includes 3 modules of understanding: internet Associate would be helpful. a CiW industry exam will be available to take trouble shooting optimizing diagnosing and preventive Certification; Site development Associate and Network at end of each module. one exam voucher provided per section: maintenance and you learn an element of soft skills, security Technology Associate: this is the most popular, vendor neutral Books and two exam vouchers provided, exam numbers 1D0- and customer interaction. instruction will be to focus on the educational track. Completing this section will give you more 520 and 1D0-525. this is a non credit course. skills and knowledge necessary to take the industry standard certification exam which is a proven tool to support your ability than a digital literacy. You will gain a more comprehensive CPt.Ce 186 understanding of the internet business, data networking and Comprehensive IT Project Management 16 s P r i n g a n D s u m m e r 2 0 1 1 | r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e du WorKforCe DeVeloPment Center and PMP® Certification get you started. learn about the differences of Windows 7 the Comprehensive it Project management course provides versus other microsoft operating systems (Vista and XP). start [ individuals with the knowledge and skills to manage large and working with Windows 7. use the user interface improvements small it projects using established methodologies and pro- in Windows 7. tasks include: organize documents and files into cesses set forth in the Project management Body of Knowledge libraries, Quickly search for programs and files, install, configure, PmBoK® established by the Project management institute (Pmi). and work with devices and printers, use the action Center to this course is built around the nine knowledge areas and five maintain your computer, back up your data, and troubleshoot process groups defined in the third edition of the PmBoK® problems. use Windows Bitlocker Drive encryption, Windows guide using examples and incorporating case studies of it firewall, and user account Control (uaC) to protect your projects. Hands-on experience is provided, creating significant computer and data. understand and use the various networking for questions about depth of understanding of key concepts and practical consid- and remote connectivity features of Windows 7. Conducted as a erations. this course will also provide students with the funda- one day Bootcamp. Call 498-2823 for more information. individual and/or mental knowledge required to prepare for the latest edition of corporate training, wOrkfOrce develOpment the PmP® exam. instructor : martin / syracuse university CPt.Ce 178 Broadband Academy or Prerequisites: Participants should have 2 or more years experi- ence working on it project teams. this is a non credit course. if you are interested in gaining the hands on skills and technical to get more specific knowledge to pursue an entry level position with an employer, information on it course CPt.Ce 187 for jobs such as, Cable /satellite tV technician, Computer Security + network installer, Phone system technician and security system registration, tuition, threats are increasing in number and severity, and the gap between the need for security professionals and qualified it technician, this program is for you. Broadband academy, a C-tech certified training course, offers an array of specialized and class schedules, personnel is the largest of any it specialty. a demand for skilled courses developed and packaged to give you a broad base please refer to our website at security professional is growing significantly. earning a certifica- of entry level technical skills in a variety of connectivity tion in security + is the perfect way to validate your learned knowledge of information security. neither technologies nor technologies. this hands-on approach will provide you with www.sunyocc.edu the information base and skill sets desired by employers in policies alone are effective protection against and destruc- electrical, data, telephone cable tV, and computer networking (click on Community ed.) tion of intellectual property. all industries need a trained and industries. the overall program consists of seven modules: or effective it workforce to combat hackers, attackers and security intro to telecommunications, network Cabling: Copper threats. lead in maintaining the integrity of your organizations contact Betsy Vavonese by Based systems, network Cabling: fiber optic Based systems: communications, infrastructure and operations. after taking telephony: Voice and messaging systems, entertainment: e-mail at email@example.com this course you will be able to demonstrate the aptitude and audio/Video systems, green technology systems, and or call 315-498-2823. ability to master such knowledge areas such as; general security Connecting to Business: and a course in employability. the concepts, communications security, infrastructure security, program complies with industry standards for content and basics of cryptography, and operational/organizational security. applicability, along with being aligned with the eia/tia, Cea, Government workers or contractors seeking directive 8570.1 compliance are excellent candidates. Pre-requisites: at least two years of networking experience and possess a thorough knowledge of tCP/iP. materials included. CPt.Ce 177 Windows 07-Essentials if you are moving to the microsoft 07 operating system and want to learn the differences between Vista and XP this may CeDia and Comptia training objectives. earn 7 industry recognized certifications through Broadband academy. total of 200 hours / 5 weeks - full time days - non-credit course [ r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e d u | Co nt i n u i n g a n d e x te n d e d le a r n i n g, ( 315) 498-6000 17 PuBliC safetY training Center public safetY training 4-Hour Handgun Safety Course Security Guard Training PuBLiC SAFETy TrAiNiNg CENTEr Fulfills requirements for obtaining a pistol permit (tuition 8-Hour Pre-assignment training Course for Security guards - $39) – learn before you load. arm yourself with knowledge (tuition – $75) – this course is a requirement for all individuals onondaga’s Public safety training Center including: important information about permit requirements, seeking employment as security guards in nYs. upon (PstC) provides nationally recognized legal responsibilities, care and cleaning, safe storage and successful completion of this course a training certificate is training to law enforcement, fire service, “childproofing”. learn from experienced state certified police issued. the certificate must accompany the security guard firearms instructors. registration application submitted to the Department of state emergency medical service, school districts, Division of licensing services. and industrial response team personnel, Courses offered several times a month at these locations: oCC main Campus, Bass Pro shops- auburn and gander mountain- 8-Hour annual in-Service Security guard refresher as well as the general public. Because this Cicero Course (Contract Course w/area Businesses) – this course diverse audience often comes together is a requirement for all individuals employed as security in a crisis, the structure of PstC training Command, Control & Communications (C3) guards in nYs. upon successful completion of this course a training certificate is issued. the certificate must accompany is designed to foster understanding and each year most injuries and line-of-duty deaths to all fire- the security guard renewal application submitted to the service personnel occur while operating at our most frequent teamwork across disciplines. Department of state Division of licensing services. alarm: the single-family-residence fire. this course covers Command, Control and Communications procedures relating Public Safety Critical Incident Management (PSCIM) Public Safety training Center to fire emergencies using our fire simulator software. During mon. - fri., 8:30am - 4:30pm each session, participants will have various evolutions on our this course explains the response of various agencies, along simulator board and experience making command decisions. with “hands on” board drills that realistically deal with the first (315) 498-6046 20 minutes of various incidents. this course is intended for (315) 492-1521 fax anyone who may be in the position of an incident commander firstname.lastname@example.org or assigned somewhere in the incident command structure. (HsD-152 is a one college credit course) Phase I Pre-Employment Phase i Pre-Employment Basic Course for Police – this course is open to all persons over the age of 20 who wish to attend the Police academy without being hired by a police agency. students must apply for admission into the law enforcement Certificate (leC) program at oCC and pass a physical agility test prior to being accepted into the program. following the successful completion of the leC program, the student will have two years to get hired by a police agency and complete Phase ii of the Basic Course for Police per nYs DCJs standards. (leC courses are credit bearing courses; regular tuition rates apply) 18 s P r i n g a n D s u m m e r 2 0 1 1 | r e g i s t e r o n l i n e at: t a k e a c l a s s. s u nyo cc. e du r e g i s t r at i o n rEgiSTrATiON PrOCEdurES registration Begins February 1, 2011 Payment: Credit card payments accepted online and in person at the Bursar’s office. Note: there is NO telephone Check or money order accepted with mail registration. Payments by cash, check or money order accepted with walk-in registration. registration. All walk-in payments made to Bursar. ONLiNE: follow directions on this page. (Credit card payments accepted). By FAx: fax the enclosed registration form to (315) 498-2589. guide to Online registration (You must also fax all required documents.) no payment accepted through fax. Questions or problems rEgiSTEriNg ONLiNE? Please contact the OCC HELPdESk at (315) 498-2999. By MAiL: Step 1 access the takeaclass.sunyocc.edu Web page. mail enclosed registration form and required documents to: Step 2 select : register Now. Onondaga Community College Step 3 select : Create a User id, or for return users, launch WebAccess to log in. Lifelong Learning 4585 West Seneca Turnpike Step 4 after logging in, select : Current students. Syracuse, Ny 13215-4585 Step 5 select : register for sections under registration. 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Adams St., Syracuse For complete driving directions for the locations listed above, go to: takeaclass.sunyocc.edu and select Register Now! Call (315) 498-6000 if you need further assistance. Continuing and Extended Learning 4585 West Seneca Turnpike Syracuse, NY 13215-4585 Great Instructors Wanted! Continuing Education for Educators Onondaga Community College is searching for professionals with a Onondaga Community College is excited to begin commitment to education and the community to teach non-credit offering a full listing of courses in teacher development classes on a part-time basis. Ideal candidates must possess knowledge for the Spring 2011 term. and expertise in a specific topic plus teaching and/or workshop experience. Courses range in selection and include such topics as: Classes can be single or multiple sessions and can target community • Conflict Resolution: members of all ages—including children. “Getting Kids from Within” Classes can be offered in a number of locations and on a variety of days of the week and times of day. • Improving Memory and Retention • Interviewing Skills for Educators Are you knowledgeable and passionate about a topic? • Strategies in the Classroom for”At-Risk” Youth Do you want a creative way to spend some of your free time? • Instilling Self-Worth and Significance in Children and Adolescents If so then submit a current resume, a cover letter and contact information for professional references to email@example.com. If you are an educator and in need of continuing education we are here to serve you! Onondaga Community College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. To request a course schedule please e-mail us at Women, people of color, individuals with a disability, veterans, and others who would firstname.lastname@example.org. enrich the diversity of the College are urged to apply.