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					Pioneer Adult Education
2010-2011 Course Catalog
Call us at 419-347-7744, Ext. 1303, Ext 1313 or 1-877-818-7282
or visit us online at www.pctc.k12.oh.us
PIONEER COURSE CATALOG INFORMATION 2010 2011
                                                 WHY CHOOSE PIONEER?
                                                 At Pioneer, we believe that the greatest rewards come only
                                                 from the greatest commitments. Part of that commitment
                                                 is to provide you with our three “Rs” of 21st Century skills
                                                 education:
                                                        • Research-based curriculum and instructional
                                                           methods that facilitate achievement for all
                                                           students.
                                                        • Resources and services to support our vision and
                                                           purpose.
                                                        • Real-world industry experts and advanced
                                                           technology and equipment so that you may be
                                                           ready to excel.
                                                 Choose Pioneer, we’ve already chosen you!




                                                                             VISION STATEMENT:
                                                                      FOR EVERY GRADUATE A SALABLE SKILL

                                                                           MISSION STATEMENT:
                                               Pioneer’s commitment is to provide everyone with lifelong learning opportunities,
                                                       to promote understanding and utilization of technology through
                                                            exible programming and to meet the needs of individuals
                                                            to become productive and socially responsible citizens.


                                               ADULT EDUCATION CALENDAR 2010–2011:
                                               AUGUST                                   JANUARY
                                               12: OPEN HOUSE                     6–8PM 3: Classes Resume
                                               17: OPEN HOUSE                     6–8PM 6: SECOND QUARTER ENDS
                                               30: FIRST QUARTER BEGINS                 10: THIRD QUARTER BEGINS
                                               SEPTEMBER                                17: Civil Rights Day (no school)
                                               6: Labor Day (no school)                     FEBRUARY
                                                                                            21: Presidents’ Day (no school)
                                               OCTOBER
                                               18: OPEN HOUSE                     6–8PM MARCH
                                               28: FIRST QUARTER ENDS                   7: OPEN HOUSE             6–8PM
                                                                                        10: THIRD QUARTER ENDS
                                               NOVEMBER                                 14: FOURTH QUARTER BEGINS
                                               1: SECOND QUARTER BEGINS
                                               24–26: Thanksgiving Recess                   APRIL
                                               29: Classes Resume                           18–22: Spring Recess
                                                                                            25: School Resumes
                                               DECEMBER                                     25: OPEN HOUSE                    6–8PM
                                               22–31: Winter Recess
                                                                                            MAY
                                                                                            16: FOURTH QUARTER ENDS
                                                                                            17–19: Make-Up Days (if necessary)
                                                                                            26: Awards & Recognition           7PM
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                                                                                                 PIONEER COURSE CATALOG INFORMATION 2010 2011
FINANCIAL AID:
These Financial Aid Programs are available to help pay for tuition, tools, supplies, and other
expenses related to education for qualifying full-time students.

Pell Grants: These federal grants help qualifying adult students fund education after high
school without repayment.

WIA Training Voucher: Individual Training Accounts are available at County Job & Family
Services offices for educational needs of eligible residents. Minimal requirements are needed
for these non-repayable funds.

ORSC Funds: Financial assistance is available through the local Ohio Rehabilitation
Services Commission (BVR & BSVI) office for clients with documented disabilities or
handicaps.

TAA Funding: Ohio Jobs & Family Services determines the qualifications of recently laid-off
persons for these funds that do not have to be paid back.

Veterans’ Education Bene ts: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs administers
education benefits to eligible veterans through various programs that serve those with
military service and their families.

Loans: Credit-worthy students may qualify for private loans through a third-party lender.
Pioneer does not participate in the Federal Student Loan Program.

Credit Cards: Pioneer accepts MasterCard, VISA, and Discover.

Call the Financial Aid O ce at 419-347-7744 or toll-free 1-877-818-7282,
ext. 1303 or 1313 to schedule an appointment.



ABLE/GED:
Basic Skills & GED Preparation Classes
We want to help you achieve your goals! We have partnered
with Mansfield ABLE/GED to offer free remedial and GED
preparation classes. These classes are designed for
students who want to improve their knowledge before
entering post-secondary and to prepare for the GED test.
Students must complete an orientation through
Mansfield ABLE/GED prior to starting class. If interested,
please contact Mansfield ABLE/GED at 419-525-6380.

Pioneer Career & Technology Center, Shelby
 Monday & Wednesday             6:30 PM-9:00 PM                 August 25 - May 20




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CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
                              ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE TECHNOLOGY:
                              Administrative Office Technology offers computer-intensive training featuring Microsoft
                              Office. This program concentrates on business ethics and team building with
                                             the utilization of a simulated office. This program provides the student with
                                             training in:

                                                                               First Quarter: Keyboarding/Computer Basics,
                                                                               Filing, Business Math/Calculators, and Business
                                                                               English

                                                                               Second Quarter: Word Processing, Access,
                                                                               Basic Accounting, and Computer Basics

                                                                               Third Quarter: Excel, Quickbooks, Job Search
                                                                               Skills, PowerPoint, and Office Procedures

                                                                               Fourth Quarter: Machine Transcription,
                                                                               Publisher, Word Expert, Excel Expert, and
                                                                               Work Experience (Optional)

                              The Administrative Office Technology is a 600-hour course. Cost of the course includes
                              instruction books, lab fees, tuition, and two MCAS (Microsoft Certified Application
                              Specialist) Certification tests. Students will also earn OPAC (Office Proficiency Assessment &
                              Certification) credentials.

                               Course #         Dates                              Days         Time         Hrs           Cost
                               10ADMIN1         8/30/10–5/16/11                   M–TH       5–9:30 PM      600       $ 5,041



                              COMPUTER OFFICE SPECIALIST:
                              Computer Office Specialist is designed as a training program that will allow students to
                              improve computer skills in Basic Keyboarding, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel. The
                              program includes basic and advanced features of these Microsoft programs. While there
                              will be formal instruction, part of the class will be self-paced lab work.

                              Individuals will take the MCAS proficient certification test, a valuable credential recognized
                              worldwide as proof of desktop computing skills. Students will have the opportunity to take
                              both the Word and Excel MCAS Certification.

                              The Computer Office Specialist is a 95-hour course. Cost of the course includes instruction
                              books, lab fees, tuition, and two MCAS Certification tests.

                               Course #         Dates                              Days         Time         Hrs           Cost
                               10COS1           9/13/10–11/04/10                  M–TH         6–9 PM        95        $922
                               10COS2           3/14/11–5/12/11                   M–TH         6–9 PM        95        $922
                                                (no classes 4/18/11–4/22/11)




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                                                                                                 CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
                                       MEDICAL OFFICE TECHNOLOGY:
                                       Medical Office Technology is designed as a
                                       comprehensive training program to develop skills
                                       necessary to be successful in the growing medical
                                       field. This program emphasizes work ethic, team
                                       building, simulations and up-to-date coding and
                                       billing software. The program provides specialized
                                       emphasis in medical administrative office, medical
                                       assisting, medical coding, and medical transcription.
                                       Students receive training in:

First Quarter: Business English, Keyboarding/Computer Basics, Business Math, and
Medical Terminology

Second Quarter: Computer Basics, Microsoft Word, Anatomy & Physiology, and Medical
Terminology II

Third Quarter: Medical Coding, Medical Assisting, Microsoft Excel, and Office Procedures

Fourth Quarter: Medical Assisting II, Medical Transcription, Medical Billing (Insurance),
and MCAS Certification Training

Students will have the opportunity to receive MCAS and OPAC credentials.

 Course #         Dates                        Days          Time         Hrs        Cost
 10MEDTRN1        8/30/10–5/16/11              M–TH       5–9:30 PM       600       $ 5,199


MEDICAL OFFICE TECHNOLOGY II - FOCUS ON CODING:
Learn how to code and the rationales for why particular codes are used. Learn how to
adjudicate claims for accurate medical coding for diagnoses, procedures and services in
physician-based setting. A trained medical coding professional can better handle issues such
as medical necessity, claims denials, bundling issues and charge captures. You will also learn
additional skills that will enable you to be a valuable employee in a medical office setting.

First Quarter: Business English, Keyboarding/Computer Basics, Coding I, and Medical
Terminology

Second Quarter: Computer Basics, Coding II, Anatomy & Physiology, and Medical
Terminology II
Third Quarter: Coding III, Medical Assisting, Microsoft Word, and Office Procedures

Fourth Quarter: Medical Assisting II, Medical Transcription, Coding IV, and Coding V

Students will have the opportunity to receive CPC (Certified Professional Coder) designation
and OPAC credentials.

 Course #         Dates                        Days          Time         Hrs        Cost
 10MEDCOD1        8/30/10–05/16/11             M–TH       5–9:30 PM       600       $ 5,355




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CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
                              NURSE AIDE PROGRAM:
                              Would you like to provide nursing-related
                              services to patients or residents in a long-
                              term care or acute care facility? This 80-hour
                              course will help you prepare for the STNA
                              nurse aide state test. During classroom
                              instruction, you will learn communications
                              and interpersonal skills, infection control,
                              safety and emergency procedures, basic
                              nursing skills, personal care skills, mental
                              health and social service needs, basic restorative services, and residents’ rights. You will then
                              spend 16 hours at a local nursing home gaining clinical experience.

                              Program costs include textbooks, classroom materials and cost to take the STNA test. To
                              enter the program, you must have a high school or GED diploma and scrub pants for
                              clinical experiences. A two-step mantoux TB test that is current within 30 days of the clinical
                              experience is also required, as is perfect attendance. Mandatory orientation will be held
                              prior to enrollment.

                               Course #          Dates                    Days         Time              Hrs             Cost
                               10 NURSE A1       9/13/10– 10/19/10        TWR      5:00–9:30 PM           80,            $ 680
                                                                                                  inc. 16 hrs clinical
                               10 NURSE A2       1/10/11– 2/15/11         TWR      5:00–9:30 PM           80,            $ 680
                                                 (no class 1/17/10)                               inc. 16 hrs clinical
                               10 NURSE A3       3/28/11– 5/10/11         TWR      5:00–9:30 PM           80,            $ 680
                                                                                                  inc. 16 hrs clinical
                               10 NURSE A4       6/6/11– 6/21/11          M–F       9–4:30 PM             80,            $ 680
                                                                                                  inc. 16 hrs clinical


                              CERTIFIED PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN:
                                                            Earn a MSSC (Manufacturing Skill Standards Council)
                                                            certification to prove that you can keep pace with technological
                                                            change. In the Certified Production Technician class you will be
                                                            involved with key work activities in the following four modules:
                                                            Safety - Manufacturing Processes & Production - Quality
                                                            Practices & Measurement - and Maintenance Awareness. You
                              will acquire the core knowledge and skills needed in modern manufacturing.
                              This 140-hour course is to be completed mostly on-line. An instructor will be available
                              on Tuesday evenings from 5:30 - 7:30pm. Costs include on-line modules, tuition, a
                              supplemental book and workbook, and the cost to take the MSSC (Manufacturing Skill
                              Standards Council) certification test.
                              Course I: August 31 - Mandatory orientation and WorkKey testing: 5:30 - 9:30pm
                              On-site classes Tuesday evenings from 5:30 - 7:30pm from Sept. 7 - Jan. 4. (no classes Dec. 28)
                              Students are to complete on-line modules and take the MSSC test by January 12, 2011.
                              Course II: January 11 - Mandatory orientation and WorkKey testing: 5:30-9:30 pm
                              On-site classes Tuesday evenings from 5:30 - 7:30pm from January 18 - May 31 (no classes
                              April 19). Students are to complete on-line modules and take the MSSC test by June 8, 2011.

                              Cost: $1614
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                                                                                                                 CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
WELDING TECHNOLOGY:
Looking for a new skill to boost your technical know-how?
Welding classes at Pioneer can help you do just that. In
this course, you can specialize or learn a combination of
welding processes and gain hands-on experience in all
welding positions and metals. Course includes safety and
related instruction. Introductory and advanced classes
are offered as a full-time course or as part-time classes.

All program costs include textbooks, lab fee, helmet,
gloves, safety glasses, one certification test, and related
tools.
 Course #                  Dates                          Days            Time             Hrs           Cost
 10MASTER Full-time        8/30/10-5/16/11               M-TH           5-9:30 PM         600          $ 5,280
 10MASTER 7A               11/1/10-5/16/11               M-TH           5-9:30 PM         450          $ 4,055
 10WELD1 Session 1         8/30/10-1/6/11                M-TH           5-9:30 PM         300          $ 2,830
 10WELD2 Session 2         1/10/11-5/16/11               M-TH           5-9:30 PM         300          $ 2,830
 10WELD3 Session 3         8/30/10-10/28/10              M-TH           5-9:30 PM         150          $ 1,605
 10WELD4 Session 4         11/1/10-1/6/11                M-TH           5-9:30 PM         150          $ 1,605
 10WELD5 Session 5         1/10/11-3/10/11               M-TH           5-9:30 PM         150          $ 1,605
 10WELD6 Session 6         3/15/11-5/16/11               M-TH           5-9:30 PM         150          $ 1,605
 10WELDP1 Part-time        8/30/10-1/5/11                M&W            5-9:30 PM         150          $ 1,605
 10WELDP2 Part-time        8/31/10-1/6/11                T & TH         5-9:30 PM         150          $ 1,605
 10WELDP3 Part-time        1/10/11-5/16/11               M&W            5-9:30 PM         150          $ 1,605
 10WELDP4 Part-time        1/11/11-5/12/11               T & TH         5-9:30 PM         150          $ 1,605

                                                  Pioneer can prepare you for and administer
                                                  certification tests in both structural and pipe
                                                  welding in STICK/MIG/TIG positions. Testing
                                                  costs start at $150 per test, and the tests require
                                                  enrollment in at least one course session
                                                  (minimum of 150 hours). Tests can be scheduled
                                                  from 5–9:30PM, Monday through Thursday,
                                                  throughout the school year.

You can get started in the Associate of Technical Studies degree with a welding focus at
Pioneer. You may begin the program at any time. Those in Pioneer’s welding program are
working toward the industrial credential certifications -- American Welding Society (AWS).



       “My experience at Pioneer has been very good. The staff is helpful and answers any questions I have.
      I have a really good instructor (Bob Howard). I have broadened my welding knowledge and skill level
            and this will hopefully open some doors for me. I would recommend this course to anyone
         interested in any type of welding. Pioneer is a good place to start.” - Matt Dotterer, Welding Tech



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SHORT TERM COMPUTER CLASSES
                                                                                    SHORT-TERM
                                                                                    COMPUTER CLASSES:
                                                                                    Please contact Pioneer at least one week prior to
                                                                                    the beginning date. Price includes books.
                                                                                    Call 419-347-7744 or 1-877-818-7282 ext. 1303
                                                                                    or ext. 1313.




                              ADULT EDUCATION COMPUTER CLASSES - FALL
                              Course #         Class                    Dates         Days                        Time        Hrs         Cost
                              10KEY1           Keyboarding               CALL FOR                                6-9 PM        18       $ 117.00
                                                                          DATES
                              10INT1           Introduction to            M&W         9/13/10 -- 10/6/10         6-9 PM        24       $ 177.00
                                               Computer
                              10EXCL1          Microsoft Excel Intro      M&W         10/11/10 -- 10/25/10       6-9 PM        15       $ 119.00
                              10WORD1          Microsoft Word Intro       T & TH      10/12/10 -- 10/26/10       6-9 PM        15       $ 119.00
                              10ITEXCEL1       Microsoft Excel            M&W         11/1/10 -- 11/29/10        6-9 PM        24       $ 198.00
                                               Intermediate/                          *Thanksgiving Break
                                               Advanced
                              10ITWORD1        Microsoft Word             T & TH      11/2/10 -- 11/30/10        6-9 PM        24       $ 198.00
                                               Intermediate/                          *Thanksgiving Day
                                               Advanced


                              ADULT EDUCATION COMPUTER CLASSES - WINTER
                              Course #         Class                    Dates         Days                        Time        Hrs         Cost
                              10KEY2           Keyboarding               CALL FOR                                6-9 PM        18       $ 117.00
                                                                          DATES
                              10INT2           Introduction to            M&W         1/10/11 -- 02/07/11        6-9 PM        24       $ 177.00
                                               Computer                               * Civil Rights Day

                              10PPOINT 2       Powerpoint                 T & TH      1/11/11 -- 1/25/11         6-9 PM        15       $ 119.00
                              10EXCL2          Microsoft Excel Intro      M&W         2/7/11 -- 2/23/11          6-9 PM        15       $ 119.00
                                                                                      *President’s Day
                              10WORD2          Microsoft Word Intro       T & TH      2/8/11 -- 2/22/11          6-9 PM        15       $ 119.00
                              10ITEXCEL2       Microsoft Excel            M&W         2/28/11 -- 3/23/11         6-9 PM        24       $ 198.00
                                               Intermediate/
                                               Advanced
                              10ITWORD2        Microsoft Word             T & TH      3/1/11 -- 3/24/11          6-9 PM        24       $ 198.00
                                               Intermediate/
                                               Advanced


                                “I picked Pioneer Career and Technology Center because I liked the diversity of the classes. I could learn many
                                  skills in a short amount of time to put me on a new career path. The structure of the classes is in line with
                                what you need to know in chronological order, helping your studies to be more efficient. There’s always help
                                    from the teachers if you need that extra support to get you through”.- Kim Griffith, Medical Office Tech
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                                                                                                    SHORT TERM COMPUTER CLASSES
ADULT EDUCATION COMPUTER CLASSES - SPRING
Course #    Class                   Dates      Days                       Time     Hrs    Cost
10KEY3      Keyboarding             CALL FOR                              6-9 PM   18    $ 117.00
                                     DATES
10INT3      Introduction to          M&W       3/28/11 -- 4/27/11         6-9 PM   24    $ 177.00
            Computer                           (Spring Break 4/18-4/22)

10PUBLISH   Publisher                T & TH    3/29/11 -- 4/12/11         6-9 PM   15    $ 119.00
10WORD3     Microsoft Word Intro     T & TH    4/26/11 -- 5/10/11         6-9 PM   15    $ 119.00
10EXCL3     Microsoft Excel Intro    M&W       5/2/11 -- 5/16/11          6-9 PM   15    $ 119.00




                                    COMPUTER CLASSES
                                     @ BUCYRUS HIGH SCHOOL:
                                       900 West Perry Street, Bucyrus, Ohio
                                        Computer classes held in Bucyrus will be Microsoft
                                        2003. Please contact Pioneer at least one week prior
                                        to the beginning date. Price includes books.
                                        Call 419-347-7744 or 1-877-818-7282 ext. 1303
                                        or ext. 1313.
Course #    Class                   Dates      Days                       Time     Hrs    Cost
10BU-01     Microsoft Word            T&TH     9/14/10-9/23/10            6-9 PM   12    $ 99.00
10BU-02     Intermediate Word        T &TH     9/28/10-10/07/10           6-9 PM   12    $ 99.00
10BU-03     Advanced Word             T &TH    10/12/10-10/21/10          6-9 PM   12    $ 99.00
10BU-04     Microsoft Excel           T &TH    10/26/10-11/4/10           6-9 PM   12    $ 99.00
10BU-05     Intermediate Excel       T &TH     11/9/10-11/18/10           6-9 PM   12     $ 99.00
10BU-06     Advanced Excel           T &TH     11/30/10-12/9/10           6-9 PM   12     $ 99.00

10BU-07     Microsoft PowerPoint     T &TH     1/4/11-1/13/11             6-9 PM   12     $ 99.00
10BU-08     Intro to Computers       T &TH     1/18/11-2/10/11            6-9 PM   24    $ 177.00
10BU-09     Microsoft Word           T &TH     2/15/11-2/24/11            6-9 PM   12     $ 99.00

10BU-10     Word – Intermediate      T &TH     3/1/11-3/24/11             6-9 PM   24    $ 198.00
            & Advanced
10BU-11     Microsoft Excel          T &TH     3/29/11-4/7/11             6-9 PM   12     $ 99.00
10BU-12     Excel – Intermediate     T &TH     4/12/11-5/12/11            6-9 PM   24    $ 198.00
            & Advanced                         *Spring Break




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CORPORATE AND INDUSTRY TRAINING SERVICES
                                           CORPORATE & INDUSTRY TRAINING SERVICES:
                                           Competition drives companies to redefine productivity and quality, resulting in the need
                                           for performance improvement at all levels. Pioneer’s Corporate & Industry Training Services
                                           certainly understands, appreciates and delivers exceptional educational opportunities.

                                           Consultants work with companies to analyze their training needs and identify business
                                           issues. Our ability to customize training allows us to incorporate your company’s vision
                                           and objectives.

                                           Together we develop a training plan that will close the gaps and improve performance
                                           within your organization.

                                           We o er a wide variety of courses ranging from:
                                                    maintenance training               leadership styles                   con    ict management
                                                    computer skills                    teamwork                            change management
                                                    welding                            OSHA                                phone etiquette
                                                    mechanical control (hydraulics     safety training                    e     ective communication/
                                                     & pneumatics)                                                             listening
                                                    mechanical principles


                                           Call us today to find out how we can help you make a difference at 419-347-7744 or visit us
                                           on the Web at www.pctc.k12.oh.us.



                                                                   “I feel that the class has made me feel a sense of accomplishment.
                                                I have some self worth, and it feels good to know I am doing something with my life to get a better job.”-
                                                                                   Stephanie Zemka, Medical Office Tech




                                           CAREER ENHANCEMENT CLASSES:
                                           MATH FOR MANUFACTURING
                                           What is the biggest request heard from employers today? Current and potential employees
                                           need more math skills. With Math for Manufacturing, students will learn decimals,
                                           fractions, Metric and English conversions, trigonometry, and geometry that are used
                                           everyday in industry.
                                            Course #            Dates                        Days            Time          Classes       Hrs          Cost
                                            10MATH1             8/30/10–10/13/10             M&W        5:30–9:30 PM          13          52          $ 328
                                            10MATH2             1/10/11–2/28/11              M&W        5:30–9:30 PM          13          52          $ 328


                                           BLUEPRINT READING
                                           Learning to read blueprints in industry is essential to an employees’ value in a company.
                                           Accurately finding information such as dimensions, symbols and datum points is essential
                                           to an employees place in the manufacturing setting.
                                            Course #            Dates                        Days            Time          Classes       Hrs          Cost
                                            10BLPRNT1           3/1/11–3/31/11               T & TH     5:30–9:30 PM          10          40          $ 265


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                                                                                                     CAREER ENHANCEMENT CLASSES
MEASUREMENT TOOLS
Learn to properly and accurately use precision tools such as micrometers, calipers,
telescoping gages and dial indicators along with other tools as used in manufacturing
today. Put yourself in a position above others with the knowledge of being able to
demonstrate these basic industrial skills.
 Course #         Dates                   Days          Time        Classes    Hrs        Cost
 10MEAS1          8/30/10–9/1/11         M&W           6–9 PM            2      6         $ 50


AMATROL E LEARNING
E-Learning gives incumbent, entry-level and current employees a chance to learn or enhance
skills such as hydraulics, pneumatics, electrical and PLC’s. With Amatrol E-Learning students
can take classes on their own schedule without traveling to class. Students can take just
hydraulics, electrical or a combination of all the courses available. Please call for class dates,
times and costs.


FORKLIFT TRAINING
Learn fundamentals of forklifts and safety issues. Class will involve class participation and
on-the-floor use of forklifts. Class size is limited to 10 students. Extra classes can be added if
necessary.
 Course #         Dates                 Days          Time        Classes      Hrs        Cost
 10FORK1          10/12/10                T          6–9 PM          1          3         $ 30
 10FORK2          3/15/11                 T          6–9 PM          1          3         $ 30


QUICKBOOKS
Make your small business financial recordkeeping and reporting easier than ever before
with Quickbooks 2010.
 Course #          Dates                Days          Time        Classes      Hrs        Cost
 10QUICK1          1/11 – 3/10/11       T & TH    7:15–9:30 PM       18         45       $ 387




ENRICHMENT CLASSES:
ADULT CPR & AED (Automated External De brillator)
Adult CPR courses contain defibrillation skills/information. We invite you to learn this
technology and training that could save the life of a family member, co-worker, or friend.
 Course #         Dates                 Days          Time        Classes      Hrs        Cost
 10CPR1           10/20/10                W          5-9 PM          1          4         $ 40
 10CPR2           2/16/11                 W          5-9 PM          1          4         $ 40
 10CPR3           5/11/11                 W          5-9 PM          1          4         $ 40


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ENRICHMENT CLASSES
                     BOATING WITH SAFETY
                     America’s Boating Course - 3rd Edition is all new with a complete updated manual,
                     outstanding graphics, and two bonus CDs. The course manual is divided into five chapters.
                     The first four cover the required topics that all recreational boaters must know. In addition
                     to the rules of the road, the four chapters cover the various types of adverse conditions,
                     water sports safety, trailoring, personal water craft safety, and knots and lines. The fifth
                     chapter provides an introduction to digital charts and GPS waypoint navigation, a key
                     skill for boating on larger lakes and rivers and coastal waters. This optional fifth chapter
                     provides the background for more advanced piloting courses.
                      Course #        Dates                  Days        Time       Classes     Hrs        Cost
                      10PUBBOAT       9/15/10–11/17/10        W         7–9 PM        10         20        $ 15


                     DEER PROCESSING
                     Learn the basics of deer processing including how to skin, cut, and package. Deer will be
                     provided. Processed meat will be donated to charity.
                      Course #        Dates                  Days        Time       Classes     Hrs        Cost
                      10DEER          10/27/10                W         5–9 PM         1         4         $ 25


                     CHRISTMAS CANDY MAKING WITH CHRIS MILLER
                     Learn molded and filled candy processes. Just in time for Christmas! This class is limited to
                     eight students. Approximately $17.00 for supplies will be payable to the instructor.
                      Course #        Dates                 Days        Time        Classes     Hrs        Cost
                      10CANDY1        11/16/10 & 11/23/10    T       6:30–8:30 PM      2         4       $ 18.00


                     BASIC CAKE DECORATING WITH CHRIS MILLER
                     Learn basic decorating techniques. Make a clown cake and a basket cake. A starter
                     decorating kit may be purchased from the instructor for approximately $35.00
                      Course #         Dates                 Days        Time       Classes     Hrs        Cost
                      10CAKE1          10/12/10–10/26/10    T & TH   6:30–8:30 PM      5         10      $ 45.00


                     ADVANCED CAKE DECORATING WITH CHRIS MILLER
                     Learn to make “special occasion” cakes. This course covers everything from stacking cake
                     layers to putting cakes on plates using pillars in between. Students must know basic cake
                     decorating and must have a basic decorating kit.
                      Course #         Dates                 Days        Time       Classes     Hrs        Cost
                      10CAKE2          11/2/10 – 11/9/10    T & TH   6:30–8:30 PM      3         6       $ 27.00




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                                                                                                  FACILITY INFORMATION
GENERAL INFORMATION:
Accreditation: Pioneer Adult Full-Service Center is accredited by the North Central
Association of Colleges and Schools and by the Ohio Department of Education.

Articulation: Pioneer Adult Education has articulation agreements with North Central
State College and Franklin University.

Registration: Registration is open to adults in any school district. Register as soon as
possible by phone, mail, or in person at the school. Class sizes are limited. All registrations
must be received one week prior to the beginning of class.

Costs: Costs for courses and other services include tuition, books, supplies, equipment, tools,
and lab fees. Exceptions are noted in the course descriptions.

Payment: Payment is due upon registration for enrollment. Financial Aid programs are
available to qualifying students who enroll in full-time training. A $50 non-refundable
payment is due at registration for students approved for Financial Aid, except Veterans’
Education Benefits. Cash, check, qualified vouchers, MasterCard, VISA, and Discover are
accepted for payment.

Safety Equipment: Students should have necessary protective clothing and safety glasses
and must adhere to all school and shop regulations.

Errors and Omissions: Information in this publication was considered accurate and
complete at the time of printing. Neither Pioneer nor its employees are liable for errors or
omissions but will attempt to resolve discrepancies promptly. Concerns may be directed to
the Assistant Director/Adult Education.

Student Conduct: Students are expected to adhere to all regulations set forth by the PCTC
Board of Education. Any disruption to the educational process may be cause for dismissal.
Consult the Adult Student Handbook for details.

Completion Certi cates: Students who successfully complete career training courses
receive Certificates of Completion. Students who successfully complete Career Development
Programs receive Certificates of Completion and Career Passports. Refer to the Adult
Student Handbook for requirements.

Location: Pioneer Adult Full-Service Center is located at 27 Ryan Road off Curtis Drive in
the north end of Shelby’s Central Ohio Industrial Park, just west of State Route 61 North, off
State Street.

Cancellation of Courses: If a class is canceled prior to start date due to low enrollment,
students will be notified by telephone and full tuition will be refunded. For full-time
programs, a refund will be made for the unused portion of the tuition and fees and
instructional materials in resalable condition.

Withdrawal/Refund Policy: A $50 non-refundable course fee and book costs will be
assessed for withdrawals after registration deadlines. Refer to the Adult Student Handbook
for Withdrawal and Refund Policy. (Courses and services provided by vendors are not
eligible for refunds.)

Senior Citizen Discount: Golden Buckeye Card holders are eligible for a 10% tuition
discount on short-term classes under 50 hours in length.


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                       SUPPORT SERVICES:
                       Additional Job Training Programs: Adults may be eligible to enroll in high school career
                       programs offered during the day. These classes run from August–May.

                       Career Counseling: Pioneer Adult Full-Service Center offers Career Counseling for adults
                       who need assistance in selecting a job training program, determining skills required for
                       the program, and finding educational resources. Career Counseling is available prior to
                       enrollment.

                       Job Leads: Pioneer’s Job Leads Center can assist our adult students in their job search. We
                       offer free, year-round service that provides job postings and leads. Interview skills training
                       and resume assistance is also available. Visit us online at www.pctc.k12.oh.us for current
                       job postings, leads and other related information.

                       Testing: Students enrolled in full-time career development programs will take WorkKeys
                       and other testing.


                       COMPLIANCE STATEMENT:
                       In accordance with Title VI, Title IX and Section 504 (to include Discrimination and
                       Harassment) the Pioneer Career and Technology Center is an equal opportunity institution.
                       Educational activities, employment practices, programs and services are offered without
                       regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, military status or socio-economic
                       status. James Grubbs, Title VI Coordinator Civil Rights; or Gregory Nickoli, Section 504
                       Disability and Title IX, Sexual Harassment Coordinator can be reached at 419-347-7744.


                       FACILITY INFORMATION                        HOURS OF OPERATION:
                       Adult Education O ce
                       9:00AM – 9:30PM Monday through Thursday
                       7:30AM to 3:30PM Friday

                       Counseling & Advising
                       4:30PM to 8:30PM Tuesdays & Thursdays

                       Financial Aid
                       For financial aid appointments, please call 419-347-7744 Ext. 1303 or Ext. 1313

                       Job Leads Assistance
                       11:30AM - 6:30PM Monday
                       8:30AM - 3:30PM Tuesday-Friday
                       (Call for appointment)




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DIRECTIONS See map on back cover):
- Once inside Shelby city limits, follow 39N to Main St. and turn left/west (SR 39/96, BP
  Duke Station on corner).
- Follow Main St. to 2nd traffic light. Turn north/right onto N. Gamble St.
- Follow N. Gamble to third traffic light at intersection of State St. and N. Gamble. Turn
  west/left onto State St.
- Turn right at the first street (Curtis Dr.). There is a green sign for Pioneer.
- Follow Curtis Dr. past the industrial park to Ryan Rd. and turn left. There is a large brick
  sign.
- The Adult Education office is in the main central entrance. Take Ryan Rd. to the visitor’s
  parking lot located before the main central entrance.




                              EASY REGISTRATION!
               Simply fill out this form and mail along with your payment to:

                           Pioneer Career and Technology Center
                             Adult Education Full-Service Center
                                       27 Ryan Road
                                     Shelby, OH 44875

  Name___________________________________________________________

  SS#_______________________________ Date of Birth ___________________

  Address _________________________________________________________

  City ____________________________________________State ___________

  Zip ______________________ Phone # _______________________________

  Course starting date _______________________________________________

  Course Name ____________________________________________________

  Course # ________________________________________________________

  Payment by:
     Check (made payable to Pioneer Adult Education)
     VISA
     MasterCard
     Discover®
     Golden Buckeye Card
     Card Number ______________________________________ Exp. Date _____________
     Amount: $ _____________________ Signature _________________________________

            For additional information, call the Adult Education Department at
             419-347-7744 or toll-free 1-877-818-7282, Ext. 1303 or 1313


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