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					 Fall 2011
                                       College Courses
                                 Professional Courses
                            Community Education

                                 Cape Girardeau


                           CT
                             C
                  Career and Technology Center




                                     REGISTER TODAY
                                                  Telephone (573) 334-0826
1080 South Silver Springs Road
                                                        Fax (573) 334-5930
Cape Girardeau, MO 63703
                                                         www.capectc.org
   2                                            Thanks for taking the time to look over our course offerings here at the
                                                Career and Technology Center (CTC). The CTC offers quality technical
                                                programming at an affordable price to the region. The CTC continues
                                                to grow in all areas, but will never sacrifice growth for quality. Please
                                                feel free to call us, stop by, or visit our web site (capectc.org). We strive
                                                to be focused on our student’s success and assisting them with their
                                                personal educational goals.

                                                Rich Payne,
                                                Director



                                  Table of Contents
CONTENTS                                                                                                                        PAGE
FACULTY & STAFF ............................................................................................................ 3
GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................................................ 4 - 5
         REGISTRATION (SHORT-TERM) & REFUND POLICY ................................................... 5
         FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION ................................................................................. 5
COLLEGE COURSE OFFERINGS ...................................................................................... 6 - 14
         CAPE GIRARDEAU PARTNERSHIP FOR HIGHER EDUCATION COURSES ............................... 6 - 7
         MINERAL AREA COLLEGE COURSES ...................................................................................... 8
         2 YEAR COLLEGE PROGRAMS OFFERED AT CTC .............................................................. 10 - 14
TESTING ............................................................................................................................. 9
PROFESSIONAL COURSES ................................................................................... 15 - 20
         HEALTHCARE CAREER COURSES .............................................................................. 15 - 18
         CAREER PREPARATION COURSES .............................................................................. 19 - 20
COMMUNITY EDUCATION ........................................................................... 21 - 31
         ADULT EDUCATION & LITERACY (GED) ........................................................................ 21
         ON-LINE COURSES ..................................................................................................................... 21
         NEW COURSES AND FEATURED PROGRAMS ............................................................................ 22
         COMPUTER COURSES ......................................................................................................... 23 - 25
         CAREER SKILL COURSES ............................................................................................................. 26
         MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY COURSES ............................................................................................ 26
         TRADE & TECHNICAL COURSES ......................................................................................................... 27
         PERSONAL ENRICHMENT COURSES ................................................................................... 28 - 31
         SHORT-TERM REGISTRATION FORM ........................................................................................ 31




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                    Fall 2011 Program Catalog 3
              Cape Girardeau CTC                                                                                    Enrollment
              Secondary/Adult Education Staff
Rich Payne ....................................................................... Director     Enrollment begins July 1, for short-term evening
Dean Whitlow ................................ Assistant Director/Financial Aid                  courses. See specific programs for other
Libby Guilliams ....................... Director of Student Services
Kathleen Clayton .............. Supervisor, Business & Industry Training                        enrollment dates.
David Dickey .......................... Adult Education Evening Supervisor                            Contact our office at (573) 334-0826.
Kara Amos .......................................................... Child Care
Becky Atwood ............. Adult Education and Literacy Coordinator
Michael Baremore ......................................................... Marketing
Kim Bazzell .................................................... Practical Nursing                       In Collaboration with
Rita Becker .................................. Adult Nursing Assistant/CMT
Harry Bertrand, Jr ....................................................... Horticulture                 Mineral Area College,
Brandon Bradshaw ..................................................... Welding
Pat Bratton ............................................ Financial Aid/Admissions                    Our Assessment Department
Lance Brooks .......................................................... Offset Printing
Beth Brunkhorst .................................... Assessment Technician                        is a WorkKeys® Solutions Provider
Fred Brown .............................................................. HVAC/R
Dennis (Doc) Cain.................................................... Culinary Arts
Josh Carlisle ................................................................ Auto Collision
Emily Dailey ............................................. Medical Office Specialist
Pete Darnell ................................................... Respiratory Therapy
Kathy Doughten ........................................... Careers in Health Care                     WIN Remediation is Available
Deborah Drury ............................................. Careers in Health Care
Junior Eckley ..................................................... Cabinetmaking                            to Increase
Sid Gerlach ............................................ Construction Technology
Don Grossheider ........................... Aviation/Airways Management                                 Your WorkKeys Scores
Mary Gray ..................................... Vocational Resource Education
Lauri Guffey .............................................. Assessment Technician
Donna Johnson .............................. Coordinator, Practical Nursing
Leslie Helman ................................................. Physical Therapy
Rachal Learue .............................. Desktop Publishing/Multimedia
Theresa Legrand .......................................... Careers in Health Care                            The CTC is an
Bill Link ...................................... Computer Technology                                authorized pan® Testing Center
Tim Mayfield .................................................. Electrical Trades
Randy McWilson ......................................... Broadcast Production                              and an Autodesk®
Danette Neikirk ...................................... Director, Physical Therapy                        Online Testing Center
David Papendick ......................................................... Electronics
Sherri Patterson .................................................. Practical Nursing
Ken Pfau .................................... Coordinator, Respiratory Therapy
Dennis Riney ................................................. Physical Therapy                  The Cape Girardeau Public School System is committed to
Donald Schaefer ....................................... Automotive Technology                    the concept of equal opportunity for all individuals, regardless
Ronald Schaefer ....................................... Automotive Technology                    of race, color, national origin, sex or handicap as defined by
Sandy Schnicker ................................................ Practical Nursing               section 504, P.L. 93-112, in its employment procedures and in
Collin Sheridan ......................................................Design Drafting            its operation of educational programs and activities. The Cape
Kelley Sims .................................................... Respiratory Therapy             Girardeau Public School System is required by Title IX of the
                                                                                                 Educational Amendments, Public Law 93-318 not to discriminate
Bob Sink ............................................... Machine Tool Technology                 on the basis of sex in above mentioned areas. Persons who
Darrick Smith ........................................................... Mathematics            feel they have been discriminated against in violation of this
Gail Smithmier ............................................................ GED Option           policy may appeal to the Compliance Official responsible at
Rebekah Thornsberry ......................................... Practical Nursing                  301 N. Clark Ave., Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701, telephone
Kristy Unger ............................................ Guidance/Placement                     (573) 335-1867.
Patti Whittington .............................................................. Basic Skills
Brian Wilcox ................................. Emergency Medical Services
_______________________________________________________
                                                                                                          Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990:
James Welker, PhD .................................... Superintendent
Sherry Copeland, PhD .......................... Assistant Superintendent                         If you have special needs as addressed by ADA, please discuss
Neil Glass ................................ Director of Administrative Services                  this with your instructor at enrollment. Reasonable efforts will
________________________________________________________                                         be made to accommodate your special needs.

Stacy Kinder ............................. Board of Education, President
Tony Smee ..................... Board of Education, Vice-President
Paul Nenninger................................................ Board of Education
Luther Bonds ................................................. Board of Education                                 Find A Mistake?
Kyle McDonald............................................... Board of Education                  Since some people like to find errors, we regularly
Philip Moore ................................................... Board of Education              include a few in our publications to meet this need.
Don Call ......................................................... Board of Education

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   4              General Information 2011
                                Mission                                                  OFFICE HOURS
      The Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center seeks to      General: Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m.
provide high quality programs, resources, and services that meet             Friday 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
the changing needs of high school and adult students as well        Summer (June - July):
as the needs of employers. The initiative is to offer educational            Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
content and practical experience that yields trained personnel
to fill the service area’s occupational needs. In so doing, this          Location - 1080 South Silver Springs Road
institution shall contribute to continuing economic development                      Cape Girardeau, MO 63703
by connecting training and education with career opportunities
in the region.
                                                                                      Books and Supplies
                                                                         If a textbook is required, it should be noted in the course
                                 Vision                             description. Some book costs are also listed. Textbooks may
    The Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center will
                                                                    be purchased at the Adult Education office, 1080 South Silver
help students make career connections through training and
                                                                    Springs Road, between 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Monday through
education.
                                                                    Thursday, and 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on Fridays. Supply lists will be
                                                                    distributed at the time of registration for those courses requiring
                                 Values                             special materials.
• Implement training and skills necessary in specific fields of
  education and/or occupation.
• Stimulate the development of leadership qualities.
                                                                                                Faculty
                                                                          Instructors for courses are selected from various area
• Foster the development of self-reliance in solving problems.
                                                                    businesses, industries, organizations and educational institutions.
• Encourage work ethics such as dependability, responsibility,
                                                                    All instructors meet or exceed specific certification requirements
  initiative, and cooperation.
                                                                    for their programs as outlined by the Missouri Department of
• Develop and utilize good occupational safety habits.
                                                                    Elementary and Secondary Education. The Cape Girardeau
• Develop an appreciation for the economic use of material and
                                                                    Career and Technology Center is a North Central Association
  equipment.
                                                                    accredited school.
• Assist in obtaining meaningful employment in a chosen career
  path.
                                                                                       Class Cancellation
                                                                         A minimum number of students is required for each course
                                                                    offered. Courses with insufficient enrollment will be cancelled and
                               Location                             registrants will be notified by phone or by mail.

Traveling North on I 55: Take                                                                  Smoking
Exit 93b to Silver Springs Road.                                       The Career & Technology Center is a smoke-free campus.
Left at the light.                                                  Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the grounds.

                                                                                       Inclement Weather
                                                                          In the event of inclement weather, please watch KFVS and/
                                                                    or listen to the local radio stations regarding delay of classes or
Traveling South on I 55:
                                                                    closing. A separate announcement will be made for classes of the
Take Exit 95. Left on Missouri
                                                                    Cape Girardeau Partnership for Higher Education (CGHPE).
Highway 74. Right at Mount
Auburn. Mount Auburn to Silver
Springs Road. Right at Silver
Springs Road.

                                                                     School will be closed on the following dates:

                                                                                      Monday, September 5, 2011
C o m i n g f ro m I l l i n o i s o n
Missouri Highway 74: Left at                                            Wednesday, November 23 - Friday, November 25, 2011
Silver Springs Road.                                                                               and
                                                                     Friday, December 23, 2011 through Tuesday, January 3, 2012


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       Registration for Short-Term Courses                                                 FINANCIAL AID
     Fall registration begins the first week in July and Spring              The Career and Technology Center offers financial assistance
registration begins the first week in December of each year.            and counseling. However, with an increasing number of applicants
Students may register on-line, in person or by mail. Course fees        and a sometimes lengthy approval process, you are encouraged
are due at the time of registration. Therefore, we are sorry that       to apply early. Financial Aid Assistance is by appointment only.
we are unable to accept your registration by telephone. Please          To set up your appointment, contact (573) 334-0826. Classes
be sure to mark your calendar for the time and date your class          eligible for financial aid are noted by an “v”. Students enrolling
begins. You are enrolled upon receipt of your class fees. You will      in programs eligible for financial aid (indicated by this symbol
not be notified unless your class is canceled. You are encouraged       “v”), must provide proof of a high school diploma from a state
to register early, since classes are filled on a first-come, first-     or nationally accredited school, or the equivalent (G.E.D.).
served basis. Early registration also helps prevent the canceling
of a class due to insufficient enrollment. Most classes require a            Home schooled applicants are asked to provide:
minimum of 10 students. You will be notified if the minimum is          • A plan book, diary, daily log, or other written record indicating
not met and the class must be canceled. Conversely, many of               the subjects taught and the activities engaged in with the
the classes have limited enrollment. Since we do not currently            student.
maintain waiting lists, enroll at your earliest convenience. You        • A portfolio containing samples of the student’s academic
must be 18 years of age or older to register for classes.                 work.
                                                                        • A record of evaluation of the student’s academic progress.
                Obligation for Payment                                  • Other written or credible evidence equivalent to the above.
     Registration constitutes a financial contract between                NOTE: Home schooled applicants are highly encouraged to
students and the school. Students are ultimately responsible              complete the GED as a part of the application process due to
for payment of amounts owed to the school, including instances            the expectations of many employers.
where anticipated financial aid becomes unavailable. If students
do not make payments of amounts owed to the school when                          Student Financial Responsibility
they become due, the school has the right to cancel students’           Students are ultimately responsible for course tuition fees, and
registration; to withhold their grades, transcripts, diplomas,          other course related expenses regardless of any financial aid
certificates, and to refuse admittance to final exams.                  that might be available.

                   IMPORTANT:                                                             Accident Disclaimer
                                                                        The Cape Girardeau CTC is not responsible for medical expenses
                 REFUND POLICIES                                        incurred as a result of an accidental injury that occurs during
                                                                        participation in a course.
       Refund Policy: Short-Term Courses
     If a course is canceled due to insufficient enrollment or
extenuating circumstances, a full refund will be issued. If a
student elects to drop a short-term course (courses not eligible for                   Financial Aid Basics
financial aid), the student must make a formal request in writing        • Many programs qualify for Federal Pell Grants and
on the designated form, available at the front office. The student         Student Loans in addition to Missouri State Aid programs.
must make the request to drop a course prior to the beginning
of the second class meeting to obtain a FULL REFUND. After               • Students attending “all day” programs that are approximately
the second class begins, a REFUND will not be issued. Classes              6 months in length or longer may be able to utilize Pell
eligible for financial aid are noted by this symbol“v”.                    Grants, Student Loans, and Missouri State Aid.
                                                                         • Students attending programs that are less than 6 months
     Refund Policy: Motorcycle Safety Class                                in length (or attending only “half day”) have fewer financial
    The exception to this policy, applies to the Basic Rider               aid options available to them.
Motorcycle Safety course. Payment in full is required upon
enrollment, $100 of which is non-refundable. A student may                                   Getting Started
withdraw from this course with a partial ($100) refund until             • The foundational step for most students is to complete the
4:00 p.m. on the Thursday preceding his/her respective class.              Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You can
Students may not transfer out of the class for which they have             go online to www.fafsa.gov to complete your application,
enrolled later than one week before the class begins.                      or visit our office for assistance.
                                                                         • Students planning to start classes in the fall of 2011 must
     Refund Policy: Post-Secondary Courses                                 complete the 2011/2012 FAFSA.
      For post-secondary courses, partial refunds will be granted to
trainees leaving the program with up to 70% of the time remaining        • Once you have received results from your FAFSA, our office
in a semester or payment period. After 30% of a semester or                will assist you in finalizing your financial arrangements.
payment period has elapsed, course fees are non-refundable.                Please call to set up an appointment to discuss student
Refunds of more than $100 take four to six weeks to be processed           loans or other financial aid options.
and mailed.
      A minimum one hundred dollar ($100.00) deposit as partial                         Agency Sponsorships
payment of tuition is required for Career & Technology Center            • Students often qualify for assistance from local agencies
post-secondary programs. Eighty percent of this deposit is                 offering employment and training assistance on behalf of their
refundable when a written refund request is made before the                local Workforce Investment Board. Please contact our office
first day of class. No refund of this deposit is made after the first      for further information about an Agency office near you.
day of class.

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  8                 Mineral Area College
                                   Course Offerings at the
    Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center
         Associate of Science and Associate of Applied Science Degree Programs
                                www.mineralarea.edu
                      Fall 2011 Afternoon & Evening Class Schedule
                 Course                                               Day                          Time
 CIS 1750 Microcomputer Applications                            Monday & Wednesday            4:10-5:25 p.m.
*HLT 2350 Medical Terminology/Introduction to Pathology             Thursday                  6:30-9:10 p.m.
 MFG 1000 Principles of Maintenance                                 Thursday                  6:30-9:10 p.m.
 TEC 1070 Unified Technical Concepts I                              Thursday                  5:30-9:10 p.m.
 TEC 1900 Technical Mathematics I                                   Thursday                  6:30-9:10 p.m.
 Technical Internship I
 Technical Internship II
                               Mineral Area College                 Arranged
                                                                    Arranged
*Prerequisite for Cape Career Center’s Respiratory Therapy and Physical Therapist Assistant Programs.
                               Associate of Applied Science and
                             Associate of Science Degree Programs
                                For further assistance contact
                                           Offered at
                   Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center (CGCTC)
                    Cape Springs Road, Cape Girardeau, MO 63703 Phone: 573-334-0826
            1080 South Silver Career & Technology Center Receptionist

                      at (573) 334-0826 for Advisement Appointment

                   Julie Sheets, MAC Director of Admissions (573) 518-2249
                  Denise Sebastian, MAC Financial Aid Director (573) 518-2249
                          Billing, MAC Business Office (573) 518-2232
            Almost Everyone Should College, P.O. Box 100, Park Hills, MO 63601
         Canna Wisdom, Mineral Area---
              Make application for Financial Aid, www.fafsa.ed.gov. (MAC School Code – 002486)

              NEW Students ARE REQUIRED to Complete these items
                      before Enrollment Can be Processed
              Make application to Mineral Area College online at
              MineralArea.edu. A $15 application fee applies.

              Have official high school or GED transcript, and any college
              transcript(s) forwarded to:     Mineral Area College,
                                              Attn: Admissions Office
                                              P.O. Box 1000
                                              Park Hills, MO 63601

              Forward ACT or Compass Test scores to MAC.
                    Need to take the Compass test? Call the Assessment Office at
                    the Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center at 573-334-0826
                    to schedule an appointment.

              MAC Tuition Rates:      Out-of-District Resident Rate - $108.00/credit hour
                                        us on-line Resident Rate - $132.00/credit hour
                                  VisitOut-of-State@ www.capectc.org
                                          (Tuition Rates are subject to change)
                               Assessment Center
      The Assessment Center offers a variety of pre-entrance, pre-
                                                                                                             9
employment, licensure, and certification assessments. Below is
a list of assessments provided through the Assessment Center:             The Career & Technology Center
      Certification/Licensure/Pre-employment
                                                                          is an authorized test center for the
• Pearson Vue Authorized Center                                                        following:
• ACT Center
• Pan Test Center
• ACT Workkeys Assessments
• Autodesk Certification
• HVAC (EPA exam)

            Pre-entrance/Placement Exams
• EMT (HOBET exam)
• Paramedic (HOBET exam)
• LPN (TEAS exam)
• CMT (TABE exam)
• Southeast Missouri Hospital College of Nursing & Health
  Sciences (COMPASS & NLN exams)
• COMPASS placement exam for community colleges
• PTA (Compass & TEAS exams)

              Career & Technology Center
                                                                                        And a
                 Student Assessments
• Pre-Employment & Work Maturities Certificate Assessment
• ACT WorkKeys Assessments
• Career Centers That Work assessments
• Missouri Connections career planning assessments

                          Registration
    Registration procedures vary by assessment. Inquiries                        Solutions Provider
regarding registration may be made directly to the Assessment
Center at (573) 334-0826, extension 6509.

     Payment for assessments must be made in advance of the
testing date. Payment can be made:

• in person with check, cash, or debit/credit card,
• by mail with personal check, or
• by phone with a debit/credit card.

                             Refunds
     Notice of cancellation must be received at least 24 hours
prior to the testing date for a full refund; a late cancel/rescheduling
fee of $10 will be applied after this time period. The testing fee
is non-refundable past the testing date.

                           Admittance
    A current picture ID is required for admittance to most
exams. No electronic devices such as cell phones, pagers,
unauthorized calculators, etc. are allowed in the testing rooms.
Test takers will be asked to lock personal items in a secure
locker while testing.



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                     PROGRAMS                              CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION             ASSOCIATE DEGREE
            wAutomotive Collision Technology                            YES                                YES
                wAutomotive Technology                                  YES                                YES

                wComputer Networking*                                   YES                                YES
           wConstruction / Building Technology                          YES                                YES
                     wCulinary Arts                                     YES                                YES
           wGraphic Arts / Printing Technology                          YES                                YES
  wHeating, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration Technology                YES                                YES
        Medical Technology – Respiratory Therapy                        YES                                YES
               Physical Therapist Assistant                             YES                                YES
     wRadio/TV Broadcasting Production Technology                       YES                                YES
                  wWelding Technology                                   YES                                YES
                    wCabinetmaking                                      YES                                YES
                 wElectrical Technology                                 YES                                YES
               wMachine Tool Technology*                                YES                                YES



w Applicants to Career Preparation courses are placed on a wait list until all secondary (high school) students have been
enrolled. As a result, a limited number of adult students will be enrolled each year. Apply early, as enrollment is based on a
first-come, first-served basis.
Once you have earned your A.A.S. Degree, you can transfer to Southeast Missouri State University to complete a
Bachelor of Science Degree.
Technology Management:
For students planning to pursue a Bachelors Degree following the completion of an Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.),
Southeast Missouri State University offers their Technology Management program. This program is designed to provide graduates
of an A.A.S. program with a degree plan that leads to the completion of a B.S. Degree in Industrial Technology.
Students can contact the Polytechnic Studies Advising Center at (573)651-5930 or polytech@semo.edu. For more information
visit the web site: www.semo.edu/iet

 * Additional Mineral Area College technical course work is required for program completion.
              See Mineral Area College catalog for specific degree requirements.
The Certificate of Completion will be awarded to students       The Associate of Applied Science Degree requires a
completing one of the designated career programs. The           minimum of 66 credit hours of course work. The A.A.S.
Certificate is awarded by the Cape Girardeau Career &           degree will be awarded by Mineral Area College.
Technology Center.
                                          Most of the above programs offer:
• 450 or 900 clock hours of technical training                  • 42 college credit hours of technical training
• Up to 36 hours of college credit                              • 24 college credit hours of general education

                              FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center                                                                 (573) 334-0826
Mineral Area College                                                                                        (573) 518-2215

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                                                                     NOTES
     v This symbol denotes programs eligible for financial aid.
     C.S. = Career Skill. Programs with this designation prepare students through a combination of classroom, laboratory, and
            clinical/work site experiences.


#899 Auto Collision Technologyv (C.S.)                                    #903 Broadcast Productionv (C.S.)
This course provides training in auto collision repair, straightening     This exciting program will prepare students for employment in
sheet metal with hand and power tools, dent filling with                  the field of visual and/auditory communication. Emphasis will be
plastics, sanding and masking techniques. Basic instruction in            placed on the identification and use of special digital computer
oxyacetylene and MIG welding is given for panel repair. Spray             operations, production practices, television camera operations,
painting is primarily with base coat/clear coat paint systems.            lighting techniques, audio skills and editing capabilities. Students
$100 deposit due upon enrollment—balance paid in full or                  will demonstrate competencies through written and performance
financial aid on file at least one week prior to the first class          tests. $100 deposit due upon enrollment—balance paid in full
meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit, and removal              or financial aid on file at least one week prior to the first class
from the course roster.                                                   meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit, and removal
                                                                          from the course roster.



#901 HVAC/Rv (C.S.)
This course provides a general knowledge in refrigeration
principals, basic electricity, industry standards, safety and             #905 Weldingv (C.S.)
installation techniques as well as system setup, installation and         Students receive approximately 450 hours of intense welding
sizing for both residential and light commercial. Students are            instruction by a certified welding instructor. This course is based
given the opportunity to test for the required EPA certification at       on guidelines of the American Welding Society and the American
this facility. Students can continue to develop skills as a technician
                                                                          Society of Mechanical Engineers and starts students on the path
by preparing to take national certification testing, if they so desire.
                                                                          for a successful future in welding. $100 deposit due upon
Testing for EPA and national certification is through ESCO. $100
deposit due upon enrollment—balance paid in full or financial             enrollment—balance paid in full or financial aid on file at least
aid on file at least one week prior to the first class meeting            one week prior to the first class meeting to avoid possible
to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit, and removal from the             forfeiture of deposit, and removal from the course roster.
course roster.
This Program is also offered as a 2 year evening
Program. Contact the office at (573) 334-0826 for more
information.
                                                                          #907 Computer Technologyv (C.S.)
                                                                          As a Cisco Networking Academy, this challenging, hands-on
                                                                          course will provide students with an opportunity to train primarily
#902 Automotive Technologyv (C.S.)                                        in the areas of PC support and network administration, working
                                                                          toward CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) certification.
Learn about repairing automobiles. This course is an introduction
                                                                          In addition to advanced training in networking, second-year
to automotive engines, including theory. Construction and
                                                                          students may choose to work towards certification in other areas
overhaul procedures are taught, as well as student operation              within the Information Technology field: Network+, MCP, A+, etc.,
of the computerized diagnostic center. Emphasis is placed on              preparing for entry-level jobs in I.T. Students will be exposed to
Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification. $100 deposit           a variety of other topics, such as Windows XP, Windows 2003
due upon enrollment—balance paid in full or financial aid on              Server, Linux and MS-DOS. Prerequisite: Keyboarding. Exposure
file at least one week prior to the first class meeting to avoid          to Microsoft Office application is highly recommended. $100
possible forfeiture of deposit, and removal from the course               deposit due upon enrollment—balance paid in full or financial
roster.                                                                   aid on file at least one week prior to the first class meeting
This Program is also offered as a 2 year evening                          to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit, and removal from the
Program. Contact the office at (573) 334-0826 for more                    course roster.
information.


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#910 Culinary Artsv (C.S.)                                              #927 Electrical Tradesv (C.S.)
Prepare to seek employment in the nation’s number one                   This course will provide training in electrical trades. Students
employment field. Develop skills in such areas as sanitation and        will learn how to interpret designs, drawings and specifications.
safety, gourmet cooking, baking and decorating. Careers ranging         Instruction will include constructing, calculating and installing
from bakers, sandwich prep cooks, entree cooks, deli workers
                                                                        basic residential and commercial circuits. Student will demonstrate
and front of the house positions are explored. Incorporated within
                                                                        the appropriate use of industry codes. This course will prepare
the class is actual experience in operating a mini restaurant. On-
the-job training at local job sites offers potential job opportunity.   students for entry level employment as an electrician and other
$100 deposit due upon enrollment—balance paid in full or                related areas. $100 deposit due upon enrollment—balance
financial aid on file at least one week prior to the first class        paid in full or financial aid on file at least one week prior to
meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit, and removal            the first class meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit,
from the course roster.                                                 and removal from the course roster.
                                                                        This Program is also offered as a 2 year evening
#912 Graphic Design/Offset Printing Technologyv (C.S.)                  Program. Contact the office at (573) 334-0826 for more
Students will learn computerized publishing systems, principles         information.
of layout and design, masking and platemaking operations, offset
presswork and bindery principles by completing a sequential
series of concept-oriented products. $100 deposit due upon
enrollment—balance paid in full or financial aid on file at least


                                                                           3 Ways to Enroll
one week prior to the first class meeting to avoid possible
forfeiture of deposit, and removal from the course roster.


#914 Construction Technologyv (C.S.)
A residential house is constructed during this two-year program,         1. On-line: Go to www.capectc.org, select
with the completed home sold by sealed bid to the highest bidder.
Students will receive instruction and hands-on experience in
                                                                            “Courses/Programs”, “Adult Ed Page”,
hand and power tool safety, site preparation and layout, footing            “Registration” and follow the instructions.
and foundation forming, floor and wall framing, sheathing, roof
framing, interior wall and floor finishing, exterior window and door
installation, and exterior wall finishes. $100 deposit due upon
                                                                         2. Mail: Fill out the form on page 31 and mail
enrollment—balance paid in full or financial aid on file at least           it with your payment.
one week prior to the first class meeting to avoid possible
forfeiture of deposit, and removal from the course roster.
                                                                         3. Office: Stop by our office and enroll in
#924 Machine Tool Technology Iv (C.S.)
                                                                            person. See page 4 for office hours.
This course is designed to prepare students for entry-level
manufacturing jobs as a machinist. Students will learn to operate
a power saw, drill press, lathe, mill, grinder, fabrication and
resurfacing of cutting tools. Students will also interpret designs,
drawings, and specifications and analyze quality control data.
Prerequisite: Algebra. $100 deposit due upon enrollment—                #928 Cabinetmakingv (C.S.)
balance paid in full or financial aid on file at least one week         This course will provide training in cabinetmaking. Students will be
prior to the first class meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of        exposed to CNC equipment and CAD software, learn to design,
deposit, and removal from the course roster.                            cut, machine and assemble cabinetry components. Projects will
                                                                        include glue and clamp cabinetmaking. Students will also learn
                                                                        to finish and apply laminates/veneers and construct counter
                                                                        tops consistent with industry standards. This course will prepare
                                                                        students for entry level employment as a cabinetmaker and other
                                                                        related areas. $100 deposit due upon enrollment—balance
                                                                        paid in full or financial aid on file at least one week prior to
                                                                        the first class meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit,
                                                                        and removal from the course roster.


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 Advanced Level Respiratory Therapy                                                 #916 Advanced Level Respiratory Therapyv (C.S.)
                                                                                    2-year A.S. Degree
                                                                                    This health care specialty involves the evaluation and treatment
1. The Respiratory Therapy Program at the Cape Girardeau
                                                                                    of patients with heart and lung diseases. Respiratory Therapists
Career and Technology Center is a 21 month program leading to                       are in high demand and are employed by hospitals, sleep labs,
an Associate of Science Degree in Medical Technology through                        home care agencies, hyperbaric wound centers, skilled nursing
articulation with Mineral Area College. Students are “Registry                      facilities, medical sales, physician offices and other facilities. Core
Eligible” upon successful completion... allowing them to test for                   RT courses are 21 months, beginning in August each year, with
credentialing as a Registered Respiratory Therapist.                                classes Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. Clinicals
                                                                                    include rotating 8 and 12 hour shifts. College courses leading to
2. Students are required to complete three general education                        an Associate of Science Degree in Medical Technology through
courses (Math, English, and Medical Terminology/Introduction                        articulation with Mineral Area College require an additional 24
to Pathology) prior to being admitted to the Respiratory Therapy                    credits. Initial English, Math and Intro to Medical Terminology/
Program. The Respiratory Therapy Program starts a new class                         Pathology are taken prior to beginning core RT courses.
of students in late August each year. It is recommended that the                    A minimum $29.75 fee (may be significantly higher depending upon
                                                                                    the states that must be checked) must be anticipated by all students
three general education courses be completed by the preceding
                                                                                    for the required Criminal History Background Check.
May.
                                                                                    A $200 deposit due upon enrollment—balance paid in full or financial
3. In all, students complete 24 credit hours of general education                   aid on file at least one week prior to the first class meeting to avoid
courses (in addition to the Respiratory Therapy technical skills                    possible forfeiture of deposit, and removal from the course roster.
preparation) in order to satisfy the Associate Degree course
work requirements.                                                                  The Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center Respiratory Care
                                                                                    Program has Full Accreditation from the Committee on Accreditation
4. Students are encouraged to complete all 24 credit hours of                       for Respiratory Care (CoARC).
general education prior to the start of their Respiratory Therapy                                        General Education Requirements
technical skills classes... however, only 9 credit hours (the three
courses discussed above) are required for admission.                                ENG1330 English Composition I s * ....................................... 3
                                                                                    ENG1340 English Composition II * ........................................... 3
5. Students may complete the general education requirements                         HLT2350 Medical Terminology/Intro. to Pathology s• ............ 3
by completing courses offered at the Cape Girardeau Career                          MAT0950 Elementary Algebra (or higher) s * ......................... 3
and Technology Center, being offered by Southeast Missouri                          POS 1180 American Political Systems .............................. 3
State University, Three Rivers Community College and Mineral                        PSY1130 General Psychology I ............................................... 3
Area College. Or, students may complete the general education                       PSY1250 Human Growth and Development ............................ 3
                                                                                    CIS1050 Introduction to Computers (or higher) ....................... 3
requirements by completing courses at Southeast Missouri
                                                                                    Credit Hours Needed                                                        24
State University, Mineral Area College, Three Rivers Community
College, or at other colleges (or by taking equivalent web based                    After successful completion of the above general education
courses through these institutions).                                                courses and successful completion of the CGCTC Respiratory
                                                                                    Therapy Program, a student may apply for an Associate of
                                                                                    Science Degree from Mineral Area College.

                                                                                    An “Application for Graduation” form must be submitted during
                                                                                    the first two (2) weeks of the final semester.

                                                                                    An Exit Exam is required for all degree recipients.

                                                                                    A Graduation Interview with the MAC career Placement Office is
                                                                                    required for all Career and Technical Division Associate Degree
                                                                                    recipients.

                                                                                    Students must have a minimum of 15 credit hours of required
                                                                                    general education courses completed through the Consortium
                                                                                    institutions (MAC, SEMO, TRCC).

                                                                                    s This course is required prior to admission into the CGCTC Respiratory Therapy Program.
                                                                                    • This course may be waived with recommendation from the Director of the CGCTC
                                                                                        Respiratory Therapy Program.
                                                                                    *   Course has pre-requisite(s). Refer to the college catalog for pre-requisite information.
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        Physical Therapist Assistant                                   An Associate in Applied Science Degree in Physical Therapist
                                                                      Assistant requires an additional 24 - 26 credits of general
                                                                      education courses.
1. The Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program at the Cape
Girardeau Career and Technology Center is a 12 month technical        A minimum $29.75 fee (may be significantly higher depending
program leading to an Associate of Applied Science Degree in          upon the states that must be checked) must be anticipated
Physical Therapist Assistant through articulation with Mineral        by all students for the required Criminal History Background
Area College. Upon successful completion of this program,             Check.
students may sit for a national board exam and pursue licensure
                                                                      A $200 deposit due upon enrollment – balance paid in full or
in the state of their choosing
                                                                      financial aid on file at least one week prior to the first class
                                                                      meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit, and removal
2. Students are required to complete four general education           from the course roster.
courses (Math, English, Biology, and Medical Terminology /
Introduction to Pathology) prior to admission to the Physical         “The Cape Girardeau Career & Technology Center Physical Therapist
Therapist Assistant Program. The PTA Program starts a new             Assistant Program is seeking accreditation by the Commission on
class in the fall semester each year. The four required courses       Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE). The program
should be completed the preceding spring semester.                    has submitted an Application for Candidacy, which is the formal
                                                                      application required in the pre-accreditation stage. Submission of
                                                                      this document does not assure that the program will be granted
3. In all, students complete 24 - 26 credit hours of general
                                                                      Candidate for Accreditation status nor does it assure that the
education courses in addition to the PTA technical courses in order   program will be granted Accreditation.”
to satisfy the Associate Degree course work requirements.
                                                                                           General Education Requirements
4. Students are encouraged to complete all 24 - 26 credit hours
of general education prior to the start of their PTA technical
                                                                      BIO1150 General Biology (with lab) s ................................ 3 - 5
courses… however, only 12 credit hours (the four courses              ENG1330 English Composition I s* ........................................ 3
discussed above) are required for admission.                          HLT2350 Medical Terminology/Intro to Pathology s ............... 3
                                                                      MAT1130 Intermediate Algebra (or higher)s ........................... 3
5. Students may complete the general education requirements           Computer Literacy Course (choose one): ................................. 3
by completing courses offered at the Cape Girardeau Career                     CIS 1050 Introduction to Computers OR
and Technology Center, being offered by Southeast Missouri                     CIS 1750 Microcomputer Applications
State University and Mineral Area College. Students may also          Human Development Course (choose one): ............................ 3
complete the general education requirements by completing                      PSY 1150 Human Growth & Development
courses at Southeast Missouri State University, Mineral Area                   PSY 1130 General Psychology
College, Three Rivers Community College, or at other colleges                  PSY 1160 Applied Psychology
(or by taking equivalent web based courses through these              Oral Communications Course (choose one): ........................... 3
institutions).                                                                 ENG 1440 Public Speaking
                                                                               ENG 1670 Interpersonal Communications I
                                                                      History/Political Science Course (choose one): ....................... 3
Physical Therapist Assistant                                                   POS 1180 American Political Systems
2-year A.A.S Degree                                                            HIS 1230 American History I
Physical Therapist Assistants (PTAs) treat patients under                      HIS 1240 American History II
the direction of a Physical Therapist. PTAs use therapeutic           Total General Education Credit Hours Needed                       24 - 26
modalities such as exercise, joint and soft tissue mobilization,
endurance training, neuromuscular re-education, and                   An “Application for Graduation” form must be submitted during
therapeutic application of heat, cold, ultrasound and electrical      the first two (2) weeks of the final semester.
stimulation to assist patients to move and perform functional
                                                                      A Graduation Interview with the MAC career placement office is
activities with the greatest amount of independence possible.
                                                                      required for all Career and Technical Division Associate Degree
Work as a PTA might also include teaching patients how to use         recipients.
orthotics, crutches, canes, walkers or other devices to increase
independence. Physical Therapist Assistants are employed by           Students must have a minimum of 15 credit hours of required
hospitals, schools, skilled nursing facilities, outpatient clinics,   general education courses completed through the Cape
and home care agencies. Core PTA courses are 12 months,               Girardeau Partnership for Higher Education institutions (MAC,
beginning in the fall semester each year, with classes Monday         SEMO, and TRCC).
through Friday, from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. Clinical rotations
                                                                      s This course is required prior to admission into the CGCTC PTA program.
include 8-10 hour shifts.                                             * Course has pre-requisite(s). Refer to college catalog for pre-requisite information.

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                                                    C.S. = Career Skill
                        Financial Aid Information (v) Can be Found on Page 5.
  $100 deposit due upon application for enrollment—balance paid in full or financial aid on file at least one week prior
         to the first class meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit, and removal from the course roster.
                               There is a minimum $29.75 fee for all background checks.

                        Course     Offering                                                               Books
     Course                                             Days            Session          Tuition                              Length       Instructor
                         Info       Date                                                                  & Misc.

    vPractical                                                                                                                            Donna Johnson
                          See                                                                              $2,285              12
   Nursing (C.S.)                 Sept. 26, 2011   Monday-Friday    8:30 am - 3:30 pm     $7,900                                         Sandy Schnicker
                        Page 18                                                                            Approx.            months
1 Yr Day Program                                                                                                                         Rebekah Thornsberry

      vPractical                                      Tuesday                                               $1506
                          See                                                                                                  24          Kim Bazzell
   Nursing (C.S.)                 Sept. 27, 2011     Wednesday      4:00 pm - 10:30 pm    $4,100          First Year
                        Page 18                                                                                               months     Sherri Patterson
2 Yr Evening Program                                 Thursday                                              Approx.

   vRespiratory                                                                                                                             Ken Pfau
                          See                                                             $7,900           $1,835              21
   Therapy (C.S.)                 Aug. 17, 2011    Monday-Friday    8:00 am - 4:00 pm                                                      Pete Darnell
                        Page 13                                                          (First Year)      Approx.            months
 2 Year Program                                                                                                                            Kelley Sims

  Certified Nurse                                                                                       Book Fee $36
                          See                                                                                                   9
  Assistant (C.S.)                Aug. 15, 2011    Monday-Thursday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm       $700         Misc. Fees $420                     Rita Becker
                        Page 17                                                                         Liability Ins. $15    weeks
    Session I

  Certified Nurse                                                                                       Book Fee $36
                          See                                                                                                   9
  Assistant (C.S.)                Oct. 17, 2011    Monday-Thursday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm       $700         Misc. Fees $420                     Rita Becker
                        Page 17                                                                         Liability Ins. $15    weeks
    Session II

  Certified Nurse                                     Tuesdays                                          Book Fee $36
                          See                                                                                                  17        Kathy Doughten
  Assistant (C.S.)                Aug. 16, 2011           &         3:30 pm - 9:00 pm      $850         Misc. Fees $420
                        Page 17                                                                         Liability Ins. $15    weeks        Rita Becker
 Evening Session                                      Thursdays

     Certified                                        Tuesday
                          See                                                                                                   8
   Medication                     Spring 2012            &          8:00 am - 2:00 pm      $325               $55                           Rita Becker
                        Page 17                                                                                               weeks
 Technician (C.S.)                                    Thursday

   Emergency                                          Tuesday
                          See                                                                                                   20
     Medical                      Aug. 2, 2011           &          6:00 pm - 10:00 pm     $550              $447                          Brian Wilcox
                        Page 17                                                                                                weeks
 Technician (C.S.)                                    Thursday

    A & P for
                                                      Monday
  Paramedics             MAC                                                                                                    8
                                  June 6, 2011           &          6:00 pm - 9:30 pm      TBA               TBA                               Staff
 College Course         Catalog                                                                                               weeks
                                                      Thursday
      (MAC)

                                                       Monday
vEMT Paramedic            See                                       1:00 pm - 5:00 pm                      $1,840              43
                                  Aug. 1, 2011            &                               $4,100                                           Brian Wilcox
    (C.S.)              Page 18                                     8:00 am - 5:00 pm                      Approx.            weeks
                                                       Thursday

    IV Therapy            See        Open            Individually      Individually
                                                                                           $600              TBA               TBA          Kim Bazzell
  for LPNs (C.S.)       Page 18    Enrollment         Arranged          Arranged

                                                                                                             $550
 vMedical Office          See
                                                    Monday-Friday   8:00 am - 3:30 pm     $4,220        CMAA Test $112       23 weeks      Emily Dailey
 Specialist (C.S.)      Page 17   Aug. 18, 2011
                                                                                                        Liability Ins. $15

                                                                                                                                         Dannette Neikirk
vPhysical Therapist       See                                                                              $1,500
                                    Fall 2011       Monday-Friday   8:00 am - 4:00 pm     $8,700                             12 months    Leslie Helman
 Assistant (C.S.)       Page 14                                                                            Approx.
                                                                                                                                          Dennis Riney

                                                      Saturday
Emergency Operator 3:     See     Sept. 10 & 11,
                                                         &           8:00 am - 5:00 pm     $125             $TBA              2 days       Brian Wilcox
Ambulance (CEV03)       Page 18       2011
                                                      Sunday


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                                                                                         When it Comes to Careers
                                                                                               in Healthcare
                                                                                        the CTC has what you need.
                                                                                       Choose from one of our many medical
                                                                                       programs.
                                                                                                • Practical Nursing (Day and Evening)
                                                                                                • Respiratory Therapy
                                                                                                • Certified Nurse Assistant
                                                                                                • Certified Medication Technician
                                                                                                • Emergency Medical Technician
                                                                                                • Paramedic
                                                                                                • Dental Assistant
                                                                                                • Medical Office Specialist
                                                                                                • Physical Therapy Assistant

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                                                                                       Our Healthcare careers programs qualify for
                                                                                       various financial assistance programs.

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                                                                                       Fees Change Annually, pending Board of Education Approval.
                                                                                       Financial Aid Information (v) Can be Found on Page 5.
                                                                                       C.S. = Career Skill. Programs with this designation prepare
                                                                                             students through a combination of classroom, laboratory,
                                                                                             and clinical/work site experiences.

                                                                                       A minimum, $100 deposit is due upon enrollment—balance
                                                                                       paid in full or financial aid on file at least one week prior to
                                                                                       the first class meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit,
                                                                                       and removal from the course roster.




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              Immunization records and physical required for all Programs.*
                                   *Records must be on file before starting clinicals.


#216 Medical Office Specialist (C.S.)                (720 hours)
The Medical Office Specialist (MOS) program is designed to
prepare students with the knowledge and skills required to
                                                                               Why Choose Our
perform in today’s medical office environment. Classes include
topics such as medical keyboarding, computer courses, medical
                                                                           EMT-Paramedic Program?
terminology, medical office procedures, transcription, billing and
                                                                         • Successful. Proven program for over 23 years.
coding, electronic health records, basic math, and accounting.
Students must provide a copy of their high school diploma or
                                                                         • Highly trained and experienced adjunctive staff
GED to enter the program. Students who enroll in the program
                                                                           of Paramedics and RNs.
are required to pass all classes in the program to receive their
certificate of completion. This is a semester long day class
                                                                         • Our average 1st time NREMT pass rates over
consisting of 600 hours of classroom work and 120 hours in an
                                                                           last 5 years is greater than 90% pass on first
internship. $100.00 deposit due upon enrollment-balance paid
                                                                           attempt.
in full or financial aid on file at least one week prior to the
first class meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit, and
                                                                         • Consistently exceed State and National averages.
removal form the course roster. This course does not require
Immunizations or a Physical. A score of 3 on the Work Keys
                                                                         • Opportunity for clinical rotations at five area
test is required for admission.
                                                                           hospitals and eight area ambulance services.

                                                                         • Level III Trauma Center clinical rotations
#800 Certified Nurse Assistant (C.S.)
The purpose of this program is to provide training and certification
                                                                         • Neonatal ICU clinical rotations.
of nurse assistants in a long-term care facility. The day course is
nine weeks in length with time divided between classroom and
clinical areas. We are currently taking enrollment for all sessions.
                                                                       #806 Emergency Medical Technician (C.S.)
Shoes, watch, and uniforms have an approximate cost of $150
                                                                       The EMT Program is a Basic Life Support level program designed
and must be furnished by student, or purchased through the
                                                                       to prepare the individual for the application of his or her skills in the
school. A minimum $29.75 fee (may be significantly higher
                                                                       field environment of an emergency ambulance. The program will
depending upon the states that must be checked) must be
                                                                       cover all areas of Basic Life Support including airway care, oxygen
anticipated by all students for the required Criminal History
                                                                       therapy, patient assessment, trauma, medical emergencies,
Background Check. A $100.00 deposit is due upon enrollment
                                                                       obstetrics, disaster management, and other topics. The course
and balance paid by first class meeting. See page 15 for               consists of a minimum of 154 lecture and practical hours, plus 48
information on our Evening Course. A score of 3 on the Work            hospital/ambulance clinical hours. This program is designed to
Keys test is required for admission.                                   make the student eligible to sit for the National Registry Practical
                                                                       and Written exams. Students can anticipate an additional
                                                                       expense of $90.00 for uniforms and equipment. Students are
#801 Certified Medication Technician (C.S.)          (Spring Only)     to contact the Assessment Center at the Cape Girardeau
The Medication Technician course is designed for Certified             Career and Technology Center to schedule a pre-admission
Nurse Assistants in nursing homes who would like to increase           test in order to complete the enrollment process. The pre-
their skills and learn to administer medications. This challenging     admission Hobet test cost is $40.00. A minimum $29.75 fee
course meets Missouri state guidelines. Successful graduates           (may be significantly higher depending upon the states that
receive state certification in administration of non-parenteral        must be checked) must be anticipated by all students for the
medications. Practice in administering medications is provided         required Criminal History Background Check. Students are
through classroom labs, as well as supervised experience in            responsible for their own test fees. $100 deposit due upon
the student’s own facility. Applicants must be Certified Nurse         enrollment—balance paid in full or financial aid on file at least
Assistants in Missouri, must pass the TABE test (given at The          one week prior to the first class meeting to avoid possible
Career and Technology Center), and be high school graduates            forfeiture of deposit, and removal from the course roster.
or equivalent prior to the start of the course. Must be active on      Classes are offered twice each year (one beginning in August
the Missouri State Registry for 6 months prior to class.               and again in January).


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#807 Paramedicv (C.S.)                                                  #824 Paramedic Refresher Course
The student applying for admission into the Paramedic program           This 48 hour course will satisfy one half of the required core
must be an EMT and have completed Anatomy and Physiology                material for Paramedic relicensure in Missouri. Completion of
I (45 hour course) prior to starting the medic program. The             course will also satisfy the National Registry requirement of a 48
program is designed to review the basic skills learned in the EMT       hour refresher course for those currently licensed Paramedics
program plus provide instruction in the subject of advanced             wishing to be eligible for National Registry. Participants will be
life support. The course will present advanced topics such as           issued a certificate suitable for National Registry documentation
physiology, pharmacology, I.V. therapy, patient assessment,             upon completion.
airway management, cardiology, trauma, plus certification in            Classes held as needed—contact Adult Education Office
ACLS, ITLS, and PEPP. The student will receive a minimum of 536         (573) 334-0826. Dates and times to be announced.
lecture/lab hours and approximately 600 hours of hospital and pre-
hospital internship. This program will prepare the student to sit for
the National Registry Certification Exam. A minimum $29.75 fee                Check Out Our Revised On-line Training
(may be significantly higher depending upon the states that
must be checked) must be anticipated by all students for the                                Web Site
required Criminal History Background Check. Students are                                @ www.ed2go.com/cgctc
responsible for their own test fees. Applications are available
at the school. A $200 deposit due upon enrollment—balance
paid in full or financial aid on file at least one week prior to        #915 Practical Nursing (C.S.)          1-Year Day Program
the first class meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit,
                                                                             Meets Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
and removal from the course roster.
                                                                                                        or
#808 I.V. Therapy for LPNs                                              #926 Practical Nursing (C.S.)        2-Year Evening Program
The IV Therapy course prepares LPNs who are not IV-certified, the        Meets Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 4:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
knowledge and skills needed for the administration of intravenous
fluids. The theory portion of the course is completed at your
                                                                        The knowledge, skills and professionalism needed to be
own pace using an online format. Then the clinical practice and
                                                                        competent, effective practical nurses are attained through
testing is scheduled individually. Proof of liability insurance and
                                                                        classroom theory and supervised clinical experiences in the
a copy of your Missouri LPN license is required at the time of
                                                                        practical nursing program.
enrollment. Successful completion of this course will qualify the
LPN to perform these skills safely within the limits defined by the
Missouri State Board of Nursing. Open enrollment throughout             The graduates are eligible to apply to take the national
the year.                                                               computerized licensure exam (NCLEX-PN). Upon passing NCLEX-
                                                                        PN, you are a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). There have been
                                                                        over 600 graduates from this program with a 98.7% pass rate
#809 The Emergency Operator 3: Ambulance (CEVO3)                        on NCLEX-PN. LPNs work in a variety of health care settings
The program includes classroom and practical exercises geared           including hospitals, long-term care facilities, clinics, physicians
to EMS operators who realize that getting to the scene safely is        offices, schools, surgical centers, and home health agencies.
just as important as the care given at the location of the emer-
gency.                                                                  Applications are taken year around. The pre-entrance test is given
                                                                        from November through May. Upon acceptance into the program
While not all collisions occur during emergency operations the          by the admissions committee, a $200 deposit is required upon
CEVO3 program emphasizes safe driving techniques that can               enrollment—balance paid in full or financial aid on file at least
be utilized in emergency as well as non emergency driving situ-         one week prior to the first class meeting to avoid possible
ations.                                                                 forfeiture of deposit, and removal from the course roster.
                                                                        Classes begin in late September.
The program requires participation and contributions from all
participants for it to be successful. Student will observe video
                                                                        For information about the pre-entrance test, admission
presentations and apply what they have learned to exercises
                                                                        criteria, curriculum plan, please visit www.capectc.org
n their response book, classroom interactions and during
practical skills application during the second day of the program.
                                                                        All students must have Criminal History Background Checks.
incorporating the skills learned in your daily driving will reduce
your chances of being involved in a collision. Current EMT              A minimum $29.75 fee (may be significantly higher depending
students will be allowed to use the CTC’s ambulance, but                upon the states that must be checked) must be anticipated
those not currently enrolled at the CTC must bring their own            by all students for the required Criminal History Background
ambulance.                                                              Check.


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                                                      C.S. = Career Skill
     Courses Listed on this page require completion of the Work Keys Test, unless otherwise noted.
Fees and Prices Subject to Change Without Notice. Financial Aid Information (v) Can be Found on Page 5.
                     Students may elect to enroll in the a.m. (8:25 - 10:50) or p.m. (12:15 - 2:40) session.
                            Students attend two – 174 day terms to complete those programs.
  $100 deposit due upon application for enrollment—balance paid in full or financial aid on file at least one week prior
         to the first class meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit, and removal from the course roster.

                                    Course        Offering                        Session              Tuition/
           Course                                                 Days                                               Length           Instructor
                                     Info          Date                          am or pm             Book Fee

vAuto Collision Technology (C.S.) See Page 11 Aug. 18, 2011     Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,500      174 days           Ron Baker

       vHVAC/R (C.S.)               See Page 11 Aug. 18, 2011   Mon. - Fri.        a.m. only            $2,500      174 days          Fred Brown

     vHVAC/R (Evening)              See Page 11   Fall 2012     Mon. - Wed.
          Compass Test                                                         6:00 - 8:40 p.m.       $108/ Cr. Hr. 4 Semesters   Mineral Area College

vAutomotive Technology (C.S.)                                                                                                      Ronald Schaefer
                                    See Page 11 Aug. 18, 2011   Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,500      174 days
                                                                                                                                   Donald Schaefer

vAutomotive Technology (C.S.)
                                    See Page 11 Aug. 22, 2011   Mon. - Fri.    6:00 - 8:40 p.m.       $108/ Cr. Hr. 4 Semesters   Mineral Area College
   (Evening) Compass Test

 vBroadcast Production (C.S.)       See Page 11 Aug. 18, 2011   Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,500      174 days       Randy McWilson

       vWelding (C.S.)              See Page 11 Aug. 18, 2011   Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,500      174 days      Brandon Bradshaw

  STICK Welding (Evening)           See Page 27 Aug., 22 2012   Mon. - Wed.    6:00 - 9:00 p.m.         $895         14 weeks     Brandon Bradshaw
         No Test Required                                                                              $90 Text

vLandscape Horticulture (C.S.)      See Page 20 Aug. 18, 2011   Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,500      174 days       Harry Bertrand, Jr.

      vElectronics (C.S.)           See Page 20 Aug. 18, 2011   Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,500      174 days       David Papendick

vConstruction Technology (C.S.) See Page 12 Aug. 18, 2011       Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,500      174 days          Sid Gerlach

     vCulinary Arts (C.S.)          See Page 12 Aug. 18, 2011   Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,500      174 days          Dennis Cain

 vComputer Technology (C.S.)        See Page 11 Aug. 18, 2011   Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,500      174 days            Bill Link

 vBusiness Technology (C.S.)        See Page 20 Aug. 18, 2011   Mon. - Fri.        a.m. only            $2,500      174 days        Rachal Learue

 Computer Programming (C.S.)        See Page 20 Aug. 18, 2011   Mon. - Fri.   10:55 a.m.-11:45 p.m.      $650       174 days        Rachal Learue

       vGraphic Design/
                                    See Page 12 Aug. 18, 2011   Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,500      174 days         Lance Brooks
Offset Printing Technology (C.S.)

       vMarketing (C.S.)            See Page 20 Aug. 18, 2011   Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,500      174 days       Michael Baremore

vMachine Tool Technology (C.S.) See Page 12 Aug. 18, 2011       Mon. - Fri.        a.m. only            $2,500      174 days           Bob Sink

   vElectrical Trades (C.S.)        See Page 12 Aug. 18, 2011   Mon. - Fri.      a.m. or p.m.           $2,500      174 days         Tim Mayfield

 vElectrical Trades (Evening)       See Page 12   Fall, 2012    Mon. - Wed.    6:00 - 8:40 p.m.
          Compass Test                                                                                $108/ Cr. Hr. 4 Semesters   Mineral Area College

    vCabinetmaking (C.S.)           See Page 12 Aug. 18, 2011   Mon. - Fri.        a.m. only            $2,500      174 days         Junior Eckley



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Fees Change Annually, pending Board of Education Approval.              #916 Business Technology (C.S.)
                                                                        This course is designed to help students develop the qualities,
Financial Aid Information (v) Can be Found on Page 6.                   knowledge and skills necessary for working in business. Areas
                                                                        of study include exploring career opportunities, processing
C.S. = Career Skill. Programs with this designation prepare             information through the use of word processing, database,
      students through a combination of classroom, laboratory,          spreadsheet and presentation software, using the Internet for
      and clinical/work site experiences.                               e-mail and other office applications, using office procedures
                                                                        and organizational skills, transcribing business correspondence,
Courses are offered in the morning and afternoon. Students may          using the electronic calculator to solve mathematical problems,
elect to enroll in the a.m. (8:25 - 10:50) or p.m. (12:15 - 2:40)       simulating proper records management procedures and
session.                                                                preparing employment documents. Personal development skills
                                                                        are integrated throughout the course. Students enrolled in the
Students attend two – 174 day terms to complete those                   second year course will study web page, legal office procedures,
programs.                                                               medical office procedures, and accounting. Students will also
                                                                        participate in the Supervised Business Experience internship for
A $100 deposit is due upon enrollment—balance paid in full              school credit and paid on-the-job training.$100 deposit due upon
or financial aid on file at least one week prior to the first class     enrollment—balance paid in full or financial aid on file at least
meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit, and removal            one week prior to the first class meeting to avoid possible
from the course roster.                                                 forfeiture of deposit, and removal from the course roster.

Most classes run 174 days (1 school year) and meet Monday
through Friday.

                                                                        #917 Marketingv (C.S.)
                                                                        This first year course is designed to help students learn the basic
#906 Landscape Horticulturev (C.S.)                                     concepts and practices of marketing within our society. Students
This course is designed to provide knowledge and practical              will gain an in-depth understanding of the many elements of
experience in the care and identification of ornamental plants          marketing, business management, and selling. Activities include
(flowers, trees and shrubs). Activities include starting plants         the development, pricing, promotion, and distribution of various
                                                                        types of goods and services. The second year course is ideal for
from seeds and vegetative plant parts; greenhouse operation;
                                                                        students who have a career interest in marketing or management.
drawing landscape plans; floral design; pruning practices; lawn
                                                                        Students enrolled in this course will also participate in the
establishment and care–skills required by professional or amateur
                                                                        Marketing Internship program for paid on-the-job training in a
horticulturists. $100 deposit due upon enrollment—balance
                                                                        marketing occupation. This program may be customized to meet
paid in full or financial aid on file at least one week prior to        individual needs. $100 deposit due upon enrollment—balance
the first class meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit,        paid in full or financial aid on file at least one week prior to
and removal from the course roster.                                     the first class meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit,
                                                                        and removal from the course roster.




#913 Electronicsv (C.S.)
This course familiarizes students with electronic circuitry and
construction techniques in direct current, alternating current          #921 Computer Programming (C.S.)
and semi-conductors. They will also become familiar with                This class is an introduction to the discipline of programming using
electronic instruments and test equipment. Students will have the       Visual Basic programming language in a Windows environment.
opportunity to construct an electronics project as an extra activity    The course will include data types, control structures, arrays,
(an additional fee will apply to project materials). Familiarity with   functions, properties, event methods, menus, dialog, and other
Algebra is recommended for students enrolling in this course.           topics as time permits. Course meets for one hour per day.
$100 deposit due upon enrollment—balance paid in full or                $100 deposit due upon enrollment—balance paid in full or
financial aid on file at least one week prior to the first class        financial aid on file at least one week prior to the first class
meeting to avoid possible forfeiture of deposit, and removal            meeting.
from the course roster.


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             New Fall Courses                                               Featured Programs
                                                                                #220 ServSafe Training Class
 • E-mail Etiquette                                         p. 23
                                                                      Instructor: Dennis (Doc) Cain                                  (10 hours)
 • Free class: “What GIS Can Do for Your Business”          p. 24                                  What is it?
 • Geospatial Classes (GIS)                                 p. 24     A ServSafe certificate is a basic credential for restaurant and
 • Introduction to Photoshop Elements                       p. 24     food managers. This training class is a two day food safety
 • Intermediate Photoshop Elements                          p. 24     training and certificate class with an optional third day if needed
                                                                      to take the exam.
 • Basic Personal Computer Maintenance                      p. 25
                                                                                            Who has to have it?
                                                                      All managers employed in food establishments in Cape Girardeau
 • Introduction to MS Access 2007                           p. 25     County are required to have a valid Food Management Certificate
 • MS Access 2007: Creating Customized Reports              p. 25     according to the Cape Girardeau County Food Code adopted
                                                                      November 20, 2008. Certification is good for 5 years
Career Skills
 • QuickBooks 2011                                          p. 26                       When will it take effect?
 • Medical Insurance Billing and Coding                     p. 26     It will become mandatory on January 15, 2012.

Trade and Technical                                                                  Seating Limited, Enroll Early!
 • STICK Welding                                            p. 27     Book must be picked up 1 week before class starts.
 • Introduction to Welding (10 weeks)                       p. 27     Class Meets 3 nights 5:00 - 9:00 p.m. (Third Night is for Test)
 • Introduction to Woodworking                              p. 27     Class Cost (Includes Book and Exam) __________________ $150
 • Computer Aided Design Using AutoCAD                      p. 27     Room 112
 • Computer Aided Design Using Autoesk Inventor             p. 27                                 Class Dates
                                                                                              June 28, 29, 30
Personal Enrichment                                                                   August 30, 31, and September 1
 • DIY Classes                                              p. 28                         September 20, 21, 22
     Staging to Sell: Quick & Easy Tips for Staging Your Home                               October 25, 26, 27
     Electrical Repair                                                               November 29, 30, and December 1
     Basic Plumbing
     Basic Home Repair
 • Taste of Wine Classes                                    p. 28     Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
     Napa Valley Cabernet Sauignon
                                                                      • Do you want a career or just a job?
     California Chardonnay
                                                                      • Do you want to do something cool?
 • Introduction to Square Dancing                           p. 28     • Do you want to do something important?
 • Effective Grant Writing                                  p. 29     • Do you love maps?
 • Spanish Conversation I                                   p. 29     • Do you like to get outside?
 • Spanish Conversation II                                  p. 29     • Do you want to empower people?
 • Spanish for Customer Service                             p. 31     • Are you curious about your world?
                                                                      • Do you care about the well-being of your local community?
If you don’t see a course you are searching for in this brochure,     • Do you want to make sense of data?
check out our on-line course offerings on page 21.                    • Do you want to blaze new trails?
                                                                      GIS is green technology that uses data, maps, video, and photos to
 WHY WAS MY SHORT-TERM                                                construct maps to help Emergency Management, Police, Cities, Industry
                                                                      and Business to chart health issues, zoning, services, greenways, crime
   CLASS CANCELLED?                                                   traffic and more into visual aids and apps for computers, pads, and
                                                                      Smartphones.
Each short-term class (pages 23-31), requires a minimum                    Where can you get this training?
enrollment. If this minimum is not met two days before the start
date, the class may be cancelled. Here at the CTC we allow             The Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center.
enrollment for short-term classes up until the start date, but a      For more information see page 24 of this brochure, visit us
decision about a class running has to be made two days before         on-line at www.capectc.org, or call us at (573)334-0826.
a class starts. Sometimes classes get cancelled because people
wait until the last minute to register. Please enroll early to help   “Because the uses for geospatial technology are so widespread and
                                                                      diverse, the market is growing at an annual rate of almost 35 percent, with
ensure a class makes. Courses with insufficient enrollment will       the commercial subsection of the market expanding at the rate of 100
be cancelled and registrants will be notified by phone.               percent each year.” (Geospatial Information & Technology Association)


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#104 Orientation to E-mail Etiquette                          (3 hours)   #117 Orientation to Microsoft Excel                      (3 hours)
Instructor: Deanna Long                                                   Instructor: Lee Horton
This course will cover such topics as appropriate language, legal         This is a basic beginner’s course for exploring the second of three
issues, clarity, brevity, filing and retention, prompt replies, copying   programs that make up Microsoft Office. Working with MS Excel,
and distribution.                                                         a spreadsheet program.
Prerequisite: Basic Computer Skills                                       Thursday, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. ___________________ $20.00
Tuesday, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. _____________________________ $20.00            September 8 _______________________________ Room 202
 October 4 _________________________________ Room 202


                                                                          #114 Microsoft Excel: Tips and Tricks             (3 hours)
Basic CompTIA A+                                 (Online Course)          Instructor: Lee Horton
The Basic CompTIA A+ Certification Prep course teaches you                Topics include Advanced Formulas, Multiple Worksheets and
about the hardware common to virtually every personal computer,           Macros.
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including microprocessors, RAM, power supplies, motherboards,             Prerequisite: Orientation to MS Excel
                          in

BIOS, CMOS, the expansion bus, and input/output devices. You’ll           Thursday, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. ___________________ $20.00
learn how things work, how to configure everything, and how to            September 15 ________________________________ Room 202
troubleshoot in real world environments. This course gives you the
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helps you take that first step to becoming an excellent PC technician.
6 weeks _____________________________________________ $105                #118 Orientation to Microsoft Powerpoint                (3 hours)
                                                                          Instructor: Lee Horton
                                                                          This is a basic beginner’s course for exploring the third of three
                                                                          programs that make up Microsoft Office. Working with MS
#109 Orientation to Computer Keyboarding             (5 hours)            Powerpoint, a presentation program.
Instructor: Deanna Long                                                   Thursday, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. __________________ $20.00
This 5 hour intensive course is designed for students learning            September 22 _________________________________ Room 202
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to keyboard as they begin to operate computers. Course
will help students develop touch typing skills for use on
any keyboarding equipment , typewriter, computer, etc.
Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. _________________________ $35
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August 30, 2 weeks _____________________________ Room 202                 #101 Microsoft Powerpoint: Tips and Tricks           (3 hours)
                                                                          Instructor: Lee Horton
                                                                          Topics include Customizing, Automating Slide Presentations, and
                                                                          Slide Show Options.
#116 Orientation to Microsoft Word                       (3hours)         Prerequisite: Orientation to MS Powerpoint
Instructor: Lee Horton                                                    Thursday, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. __________________ $20.00
This is a basic beginner’s course for exploring the first of three        September 29 ________________________________ Room 202
programs that make up Microsoft Office. Working with MS Word,
a word processing program.
Thursday, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. ________________ $20.00
August 25 __________________________________ Room 202
                                                                          #122 Computers for Seniors                            (8 hours)
                                                                          Instructor: Deanna Long
                                                                          Never used a computer before and want to learn how? Enroll in
                                                                          this beginning computer course for seniors, designed to make
#119 Microsoft Word: Tips and Tricks               (3 hours)              you feel comfortable using the computer. It provides hands-on
Instructor: Lee Horton                                                    training in the use of the mouse, the fundamentals of Windows
Topics include Merging, Tables, Templates and Macros.                     and an introduction to word processing. No prior experience is
Prerequisite: Orientation to MS Word                                      required. Find out what you can do with a computer.
Thursday, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. __________________ $20.00                 Thursdays, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. __________________________ $65
September 1 _________________________________ Room 202                    September 8, 4 weeks _________________________ Room 202
                                                                          Text ________________________________________________ $25

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#124 Internet for Seniors                               (8 hours)                            SPECIAL OFFER
Instructor: Deanna Long
                                                                             Attend our FREE Introductory, one night class on
They begged you to get a computer! Maybe they even bought
you one. Now, you are in need of some basics to help you on the                    What GIS Can Do for Your Business
Internet. Explore with your peers how this incredible technology         and Qualify to Select One GIS class for a 10% Discount.
can be useful and rewarding in your daily life. Learn to browse,        August 3, 1 night, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ______________ Room 204
search and e-mail family and friends as you become more                 Seating is limited. You still have to enroll in this class, #149
comfortable with the Internet. No prior knowledge of the Internet         online or contact our office at 573.334.0826 for details.
is needed, however, some experience in using the mouse or a
                                                                        #150 Mapping for Small Business and Personal Use
prior computer class is helpful.
                                                                        Instructor: Frank Wideman                               (9 hours)
Thursdays, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. ________________________ $65                Accessing Missouri and national mapping resources and Google
 October 13, 4 weeks __________________________ Room 202




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                                                                        maps you can develop decision making tools for your business
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                                                                        and put your business on the “map”. Develop maps where you
                                                                        can share with the public or selected individuals. Collecting data
#125 Exploring Microsoft Office                      (16 hours)         with GPS and displaying on-line. Best of all, these maps are all
Instructor: Lee Horton                                                  on-line and mostly free. Prerequisite: Basic Computer Skills.




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This is a basic beginner’s course for exploring three programs          Wednesdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. _______________________ $75
that make up Microsoft Office. Students will spend three weeks          August 24, 3 weeks ________________________ Room 204
learning Microsoft Word (a word processing program), two weeks          Text _____________________________________________ $25
learning PowerPoint (a presentation program) and three weeks
learning Excel (a spreadsheet program). Following this course,          #151 Introduction to Map Making:                      (9 hours)
there are individual courses offering more advanced training in         Building a GIS Map with Your Own Data
each of the programs.                                                   Instructor: Frank Wideman
Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. __________________________ $110              Discovering map layers, building a map to display your data, and




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September 20, 8 weeks _____________________ Room 204
Text _______________________________________________ $22                organizing and displaying data on your map. Prerequisite:
                                                                        Mapping for Small Business class or Basic Computer
                                                                        Skills.
#163 Introduction to Adobe Photoshop Elements (12 hours)                Wednesdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. _______________________ $75
Instructor: Cheryl Brennecke
Do you love photography, but still do not quite know how to take
that perfect photo? All is not lost. Many photos can be edited
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into a “wow” photo using software. Photoshop Elements is a
                                                                        #152 Adding and Editing GIS Data Layers and Preparing
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much less expensive version of Adobe’s award-winning software,
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Photoshop, used by professionals to manipulate photographs.
                                                                        Instructor: Frank Wideman                              (9 hours)
Learn to use this simple program to get the same results as             Adding and editing features like points, lines and polygons to a
professionals. Learn to fix photos by cropping, changing the white                                   !
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                                                                        map layer. Learning the skills need for basic cartography that
balance, removing color cast, tinting, and making them pop in           will provide the look to meet the needs of others that will use
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vibrant color. This class also introduces computer scrapbooking         your map. Prerequisite: Mapping for Small Business class or
your photos. This 12 hour course is an excellent follow-up to           Basic Computer Skills.
Digital Photography.                                                    Wednesdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. _______________________ $75
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Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ________________________ $80                October 5, 3 weeks ________________________ Room 204
September 15, 6 weeks ________________________ Room 206
                                                                        Text _____________________________________________             $54

#157 Intermediate Photoshop Elements                     (12 hours)     #153 Modeling in GIS to Make Complex Decisions (9 hours)
Instructor: Cheryl Brennecke                                            Instructor: Frank Wideman
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This class is structured for the student who wants to learn the         GIS is used to create maps to display data and to see relationships
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more advanced features of Photoshop Elements. Learn how                 in that data. It is also used to solve complex problems through
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to create unique techniques such as slicing photos, circle text,        analytical processes combining special tools to help make
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feather/vignette/blending, out of bounds, color isolation, clipping     complex decisions. Prerequisite: Mapping for Small Business
masks, gradients, and color swatches. In addition the student           class or Basic Computer Skills.
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will learn about plug-ins including brushes, patterns, layer            Wednesdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. _______________________ $75
                                                                        October 26, 3 weeks ________________________ Room 204
styles, filters, and actions. These skills may be utilized in digital
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scrapbooking.
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. __________________________ $80               Enroll in all 4 GIS classes for a
October 27, 6 weeks ___________________________ Room 206                                       discounted price of $270.

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#158 Introduction to MS Access 2007                (16 hours)          #168 Orientation to Digital Photography                (6 hours)
Instructor: Cyndi Lynch                                                Instructor: Doug Adams
Learn how Microsoft Access 2007 can help you manage, store,            Thi course will cover consumer information and features of Digital
search, analyze, and display important information you’ve




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                                                                       Cameras. Learn how to get the most out of your camera and
collected about your business or home. Students will gain a

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basic understanding of database concepts, learn how to create          take the best photographs. Students will also practice taking
and properly store data in tables, learn how to automate data          photographs and critiquing their work.
entry by creating user-friendly forms, and learn how to create         Computers will not be used in this class.
queries and reports.                                                   Tuesdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. ________________________ $40.00
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September 8, 8 weeks ______________________ Room 204
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                                                                       #171 Introduction to Microsoft Excel                   (12 hours)
#159 Intermediate MS Access 2007                    (16 hours)         Instructor: Lee Horton
Instructor: Cyndi Lynch                            Spring Only         Learn to create and manipulate electronic spreadsheets using
This course is designed for the student who wishes to learn            Microsoft Excel for Windows. Learn to apply the powerful functions
                                                                       and formulas of the spreadsheet program to several business and
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intermediate-level operations of Access. This level expands on
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the introductory topics by exploring additional capabilities of        personal applications. Also learn to format the spreadsheets and
Access. Topics include examining table design and relationships        create attractive charts that can be used to capture your audience
in depth, creating advanced queries, working with macros, and          in meetings, presentations and documents.
enhancing forms and reports.                                           Mondays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ________________________ $80
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ________________________ $95
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Spring 2012, 8 weeks ________________________ Room 204                 Text ____________________________________________ $38
Text ____________________________________________ $38

#160 MS Access 2007: Creating Custom Reports               (6 hours)
Instructor: Cyndi Lynch
This comprehensive hands-on, two evening course will teach you
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how to create custom reports in MS Access 2007. This course goes
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beyond report basics to use the built-in tools available to organize
the displayed information and produce specific print layouts.
Prerequisite: Students need to be proficient in MS Access 2007.
Tuesday & Thursday, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. __________________ $50
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November 15 & 17, 2 nights ______________________ Room 204

#161 Orientation to Computers                           (6 hours)      #177 Intermediate Excel                                  (12 hours)
Instructor: Lee Horton                                                 Instructor: Lee Horton
Never used a computer? Afraid of that mouse? This course is for        Advanced Excel is designed to help students learn to apply the
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you! Learn computer terminology, how to use a mouse, open,             advanced features of Microsoft Excel to real-world business
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size and close windows, get into several different programs, use       and personal situations. This class will cover the following
the programs for simple functions, save a file, edit a document        topics: advanced formulas, template construction, using multiple
and print documents. This course will prepare students to take         worksheets, using graphics and Excel’s database features. These
more advanced courses.                                                 topics will build on the skills learned in the Introduction to Excel
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Mondays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. _________________________ $50                class.
August 22, 2 weeks ____________________________ Room 204               Mondays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. _________________________ $85
                                                                       October 31, 6 weeks ________________________ Room 206
#165 Basic Personal Computer Maintenance                 (6 hours)     Materials _______________________________________ $5
Instructor: Cyndi Lynch
This course identifies basic aspects of preventative maintenance
on personal computer and their components. Class lessons will          #191 Introduction to Adobe Photoshop                 (12 hours)
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                                                                       Instructor: Staff
using the built-in maintenance utilities, and installation of virus    Introductory level class where students will learn the basics
software and spyware prevention. In addition there will be             of working with images, filters, colors and layers. This course
lessons on backing up important files and creating an Emergency        is designed to introduce the student to the premier software
Recovery Disk (ERD).
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                                                                       application for photo manipulation, Adobe Photoshop.
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ________________________ $40               Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ___________________________ $85
August 18, 3 weeks ______________________ Room 209
                                                                       August 23, 6 weeks _________________________ Room 206


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         #220 ServSafe Training Class                                  #810 Dental Assisting
                                                                       Instructor: John Sauer, DDS,
                                                                                                                              (84 hours)
Instructor: Dennis (Doc) Cain                            (10 hours)                 Carolyn Price, CDA and Laura Richardson, CDA
                          What is it?                                  Experience a long term and people oriented profession as a
A ServSafe certificate is a basic credential for restaurant and        member of a dental office. Students will be taught the basic skills
food managers. This training class is a two day food safety            to enable them to be employed with a dental office and enjoy a
training and certificate class with an optional third day if needed    rewarding career. Course will cover anatomy, tooth numbering
to take the exam.                                                      systems, tooth identification, charting, suction tip placement,
                    Who has to have it?                                and working with the dentist over a patient. All forms of dental
All managers employed in food establishments in Cape Girardeau         treatment including cosmetics and temporaries, taking and
County are required to have a valid Food Management Certificate        exposing radiographs, care of equipment, sterilization, materials
according to the Cape Girardeau County Food Code adopted               and cements, as well as model work will be covered. Also included
November 20, 2008. Certification is good for 5 years                   will be spending time at various offices to observe and learn.
                 When will it take effect?                             A $100.00 deposit is due upon enrollment and balance paid
It will become mandatory on January 15, 2012.                          by first class meeting.
                                                                       Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. __________ $550
             Seating Limited, Enroll Early!                            August 23, 14 weeks __________________________ Room 309
Book must be picked up 1 week before class starts.                     Text ________________________________________________ $68
Class Meets 3 nights 5:00 - 9:00 p.m. (Third Night is for Test)        Liability Insurance _________________________________ $15
Class Cost (Includes Book and Exam) __________________ $150
Room 112                                                                                           or
                         Class Dates
                       June 28, 29, 30                                 #810A Dental Assisting                          (84 hours)
               August 30, 31, and September 1                          Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. __________ $550
                   September 20, 21, 22                                August 22, 14 weeks __________________________ Room 309
                     October 25, 26, 27                                Text ________________________________________________ $68
              November 29, 30, and December 1                          Liability Insurance _________________________________ $15


                                                                       If you have a talent or hobby you would
#190 QuickBooks 2011                                     (12 hours)
Instructor: Carly Rees
Master the fundamentals of QuickBooks 2011 with hands-on,
classroom style instruction. Students will learn how to set up a
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payroll and more. Learn expert tips and tricks to fully utilized
QuickBooks for your business. In addition to QuickBooks 2011,
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this class would be beneficial to anyone using versions 2007 – 2010.
Wednesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. _______________________ $85                            about teaching a class.
August 24, 6 weeks __________________________ Room 206
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                                                                       Explore a Career as a Pharmacy Technician          (Online Course)
                                                                       Health care is a booming field these days, and pharmacy
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#206 Medical Insurance Billing and Coding            (96 hours)        technicians are in high demand. In this course, you’ll take a look at
Instructors: Emily Dailey and Christine Huffman
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                                                                       the many job settings and career paths open to you if you become
This course will prepare students for working in Medical
                                                                       a pharmacy technician. In addition, you’ll master the skills you
Insurance Billing of a medical facility. This course covers the
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insurance, how to complete a claim form (HCFA 1500) billing of
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secondary insurances and reviewing explanation of benefits. The
Coding portion of the course will cover ICD-9, Diagnosis Coding
and CPT-4, Procedure Coding. Topics include V and E codes,
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Category III codes, and modifiers. Students will also touch on
basic anatomy and physiology pertaining to each body system.           Do you love animals? Have you ever thought about a
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A $100.00 deposit is due upon enrollment and balance paid              career as a veterinary assistant? This course, taught by a
by first class meeting.                                                practicing veterinarian and college instructor, will give you the
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Mondays & Wednesdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. ______________ $695             information you need to prepare for work in veterinary hospitals.
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#170 Computer Aided Design Using AutoCAD              (Fall Only)      #342 Introduction to Welding                            (30 hours)
Instructor: Collin Sheridan                          (24 hours)        Instructor: Everett Hinze
This course is designed to introduce new users to AutoCAD              Introduction to Welding is designed for the beginning welder and
and to provide users that are already familiar with the program        those who wish to update their skills in Arc and MIG welding.




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Autodesk certification. A set of tutorials will be discussed in        material. We now have on our staff a Welding Inspector, certified
                                                                       by the American Welding Society, to meet the needs of local and
class and followed. These tutorials are designed to cover the
                                                                       surrounding area individuals and industries. Should your business
most used features of the program as well as to help the user          require updating of welder skills, qualification tests, or a review
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become accustomed to the programs different environments.              of welding procedures to meet local, state and national codes,
Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. _________________________ $165             we can assist at any level.
August 11, 8 weeks __________________________ Room 210                 Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. ________________________ $210
Text _____________________________________________ $55                 August 25, 10 weeks ________________________ Room 502
                                                                       Students are responsible for their own supplies.

#172 Computer Aided Design Using Autodesk Inventor (Fall Only)         #350 Introduction to Woodworking                           (36 hours)
Instructor: Collin Sheridan                               (30 hours)   Instructor: Junior Eckley
This course is designed to introduce new users to Inventor             Introduction to Woodworking is back! This introductory level class
and to provide users that are already familiar with the program        will cover safety as it relates to hand and power tools, learn how to




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other parametric design programs learn the methods of modeling         power machines related to basic woodworking processes,
assembling and creating drafts. A set of tutorials will be discussed   construct basic wood joints consistent with woodworking
in class and followed. These tutorials are designed to cover the       products, gluing, clamping, and finishing of a wood product.




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most used features of the program as well as to help the user
                                                                       Mondays 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. ____________________________ $250
become accustomed to the programs different environments.
                                                                       August 22, 12 weeks __________________________ Room 607
Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. _________________________ $200
October 6, 10 weeks __________________________ Room 210
                                                                       #919 STICK Welding/Evening                            (Fall Only)
                                                                       Instructor: Brandon Bradshaw & Timothy Criddle (126 hours)
                                                                       This fall session will be devoted to Shielded Metal Arc Welding.
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                                                                       on carbon structural plate according to the AWS D1.1 Code. A
                                                                       $100.00 deposit is due upon enrollment and balance paid by
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#316 Small Engine Repair                         (20 hours)            August 22, 14 weeks ________________________ Room 502
Instructor: George Graham                                              Monday - Wednesday, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
This course is designed for basic 4 cycle application. The             Text ________________________________________________ $90
course will cover engine design, troubleshooting, preventive           Students are responsible for their own supplies.
maintenance, and overhaul.
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. _______________________ $120               #920 MIG and TIG Welding/Evening                  (Spring Only)
September 15, 10 weeks _______________________ Room 503                Instructor: Brandon Bradshaw & Timothy Criddle (126 hours)
                                                                       This spring session will be devoted to Gas Metal Arc Welding
                                                                       (MIG), and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG). The MIG welding
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#322 House Wiring and Electricity                        (30 hours)    will cover GMAW-S, FCAW, and GMAW-P types. The TIG
Instructor: Kelly Statler                                              welding will include learning the basics of welding on carbon
A beginning practical course covering volts, ohms and current,         steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. Prerequisite: Completion
watts and power, series and parallel circuits. Practical application   of fall STICK welding class or permission of the instructor.
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                                                                       A $100.00 deposit is due upon enrollment and balance paid
and theory of house wiring from power plant to house circuits,
                                                                       by first class meeting.
circuit breakers, 3 and 4-way switches.
                                                                       Tuition __________________________________________ $895
Students are responsible for their own supplies.                       Spring 2012, 14 weeks ______________________ Room 502
Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. _________________________ $135             Monday - Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
September 15, 10 weeks _____________________ Room 506                  Text ________________________________________________ $90
Text ________________________________________________ $20              Students are responsible for their own supplies.

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   Do-It-Yourself Courses                                                 A Taste of Wine with
 If you are looking to sell your house or just need                     Keller Ford @ Primo Vino
 some basic in-home repairs. You can save some
 money by doing the work yourself. Enroll in one                             All Classes Held at Primo Vino
 of these short classes and learn to make the
 repairs yourself.
                                                                        #430 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon                         (2 hours)
#401 Staging to Sell: Quick & Easy Tips for Staging Your Home           Instructor: Keller Ford
Instructor: Tammy Maddock                               (7.5 hours)     In this one night class students will learn why Cabernet is the




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Learn staging basics. What improvements get the most bang for           King of all Grapes. Students will learn such topics as why Napa




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your buck, and even get a little interactive help with your project.
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The proper staging techniques can help increase your home”s             AVA’s, sub-regions and mountains. Learn about the culture, laws,
value and more importantly make it more appealing for potential         environmental impact and yes there will be tasting.
buyers. This class will touch on space planning, quick fixes, where     Students must be 21 years old.




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Wednesdays, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. ______________________ $50                 October 3, 1 night ___________________________ Primo Vino
September 7, 3 weeks ________________________ Room 506                  Students must register for the class at the CTC.

#351 Electrical Repair                                   (5 hours)
Instructor: Sid Gerlach
This course will cover safety and the basics of electrical circuitry
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including your service panel, circuit breakers and testing of           #431 California Chardonnay                               (2 hours)
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electrical devices. Learn how to replace a receptacle, single pole      Instructor: Keller Ford
and three way switches. Also covered will be GFCI receptacles           In this one night class students will learn what makes Chardonnay




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Wednesdays, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. _______________________ $35                different areas that this grape is grown and how the wine maker
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September 28, 2 weeks ______________________ Room 506                   influences the final product. Learn to taste the different styles
                                                                        produced in the Golden State.
#352 Basic Plumbing                                       (5 hours)     Students must be 21 years old.
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Instructor: Sid Gerlach                                                 Monday, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ___________________________ $40
This class will cover the basics of home plumbing, including            October 10, 1 night _________________________ Primo Vino
                                                                        Students must register for the class at the CTC.
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toilets, faucets and drains. After the class students will be able
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to repair or replace a toilet, faucet and p-traps. Also covered will
be the home plumbing system, including supplies, vents and
drains.
Wednesdays, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. _______________________ $35                #440 Introduction to Square Dancing                  (24 hours)
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October 12, 2 weeks ______________________ Room 506                     Instructor: John Stuart, Certified Caller
                                                                        Assistant: Bob Turner
                                                                        Square dance your way to a better life. Square dancing is
#353 Basic Home Repair                                    (5 hours)
                                                                        the official folk dance of Missouri with over 100 square dance
Instructor: Sid Gerlach
                                                                        clubs in Missouri. Dancing regularly can lead to a slower heart
This is a general home repair class. Topics included in this course
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will be drywall/plaster repair, some basic plumbing, basic electrical
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                                                                        Square dancing can bur n between 200 and 400
safety and wiring, concrete and wall anchors.
                                                                        calories in thirty minutes of dancing. The side to side
Wednesdays, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. _______________________ $35
                                                                        movements of dancing can strengthen weight bearing
October 26, 2 weeks ______________________ Room 506
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                                                                        If you can walk you can probably square dance. The activity
                                                                        of square dancing welcomes all ages. Participants in the
 Purchase all 4 DIY Courses and Save.                                   class should wear comfortable clothing and shoes.

             Get all 4 for just $140.
                                                                        Mondays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. _________________ $100 per couple
                                                                        September 12, 12 weeks _______________________ Room 110c

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#441 Conversational American Sign Language (16 hours)                    #473 Spanish Conversation II                              (32 hours)
Instructor: Melanie Erlbacher                                            Instructor: Fernando Higuera
In this course you’ll participate in activities designed to enable       The purpose of this course is to further the students’ conversational
you to communicate using American Sign Language. As part of              skills in Spanish. In addition to new vocabulary, the past tense




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the course, you’ll interact with members of our community who            and other useful grammatical points will be covered. As in the first
are fluent in sign language.                                             course, there will be great emphasis on developing the students’
Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. __________________________ $95                speaking ability. The students will create their own dialogues on
August 23, 8 weeks ________________________ Room 404                     specified topics, and will be responsible for several readings and




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                                                                         Prerequisite: Completion of Spanish Conversation I or
                                                                         consent of instructor.
#453 Effective Grant Writing                              (10 hours)     Monday & Wednesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ____________ $190
Instructor: Tammy Brock                                                  October 24, 8 weeks ___________________________ Room 503
Sessions will cover all aspects of writing a grant from documenting      Text _______________________________________________ $20
the need with research, forming the objectives, methods and
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activities, developing the management plan and budgeting.
State and federal grant opportunities will be covered as well as
foundations and private funding sources. Students will go through
the process of preparing and writing a grant.                              Over 5,000 On-line Course Offerings!
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Wednesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. _______________________ $60
September 28, 5 weeks ______________________ Room 209
                                                                                 See Details on Page 21.

#456 Learning Basic Yoga                                (9 hours)        #475 Motorcycle Safety—Basic Rider Course                 (15 hours)
Instructor: Beth Bowlin                                                  Instructors: Kevin Eudy, Roger Arpin and John (Buddy) Davis
Yoga is now the number one group activity in spas and health             The Basic Rider Course is aimed at beginning or re-entry riders. A
clubs. Yoga focuses on all aspects of the person; physical,              minimum of five hours classroom instruction prepares the student
emotional, mental. It is physically challenging and helps to build       for at least ten hours of practical riding in a controlled, off-street
strength and flexibility along with proper breath and mental             environment. Motorcycles are included in your fee and helmets
focus. Students should wear loose fitting clothing and bring             are available on a free loan basis, if needed. Motorcycles used
a Yoga mat.                                                              in the course are 500 cc or less, street machines.
Thursdays, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. _________________________ $65
September 22, 6 weeks ______________ Yoga the Source                     The course concludes with a knowledge test and a skill evaluation.
                                                                         The course completion card will assist you in obtaining a
                                                                         motorcycle endorsement on your license, since the skill portion of
#470 Drivers Training                                                    the exam will be waived. Completion may also qualify the student
Instructor: Jerry Suedekum                                               for reduced insurance premiums on their motorcycle policy.
This six-hour behind-the-wheel course is on an individual basis
with the instructor. A driver’s permit may be obtained from the          Class begins promptly at 6:30 p.m. on Friday evening with
instructor at the first session for $1.00. Permit is only necessary if   approximately 3 hours of classroom instruction. It then resumes
student has not passed the written portion of the Missouri Drivers       on Saturday morning at 8:00 a.m. with on-bike exercises and will
Test. Student must be at least 15 years of age.                          last until about 5:00 p.m. with a break for lunch. Class will start
Open entry—Call 334-0826 for Details ______________ $ 185                again on Sunday morning at 8:00 a.m. and will be a mixture of
                                                                         classroom instruction and on-bike exercises until completion. The
#472 Spanish Conversation I                          (24 hours)          minimum age for enrollment is 15-1/2 years of age.
Instructor: Fernando Higuera
This is a beginning course in Spanish which emphasizes oral              The BRC will be offered beginning in April and ending in October.
communication in a variety of topics at a basic level. It covers         Payment in full is required to secure your place in this class.
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only that grammar and structure absolutely necessary for                 $100 of the total fee is non-refundable. See page 5 for refund
speaking. The course is intended for students with no previous           policy concerning this course. Students may not transfer out
knowledge of the Spanish language. A minimum of five hours of            of the class for which they have enrolled later than one week
additional work in the language laboratory is required per term.         before the class begins. The student will be required to pick up
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Mondays & Wednesdays, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. _____________ $145                his/her textbook at the time of enrollment.
August 22, 8 weeks _________________________ Room 503                    Friday - Sunday ___________________________________ $200
Text _______________________________________________ $20                 Scheduled upon enrollment ___________________ Room 205

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                                                          #480 Experienced Rider Class                              (8 hours)
                                                          Instructors: Kevin Eudy, Roger Arpin and John (Buddy) Davis
                                                          Even if you’ve been riding for some time, there’s always something
                                                          left to learn. Increasing numbers of seasoned riders are flocking
                                                          to the one-day Experienced Rider Course to hone their skills and
                                                          fine-tune the mental drills needed for survival in traffic. Using
                                                          your own motorcycle, you’ll put into practice the techniques of
                                                          managing traction, stopping quickly, cornering and swerving.

                                                          Students MUST meet the following criteria in order to enroll in
                                                          the class:
                                                          1. A rider has successfully completed a Basic Rider Course
                                                          (BRC); or
                                                          2. A rider has sufficient off-road experience and skill to be
                                                          able to perform basic maneuvering and handling skills such
                                                          as maintaining balance, demonstrating smooth clutch-throttle
Just got a bike and you’re ready to hit the road?         control, brake usage and turning procedures; and
                                                          3. A rider must successfully achieve the objectives of Exercise
                         Or
                                                          1, Control at Low Speed, and must successfully achieve the
Maybe you’re an experienced rider and just                objectives of subsequent exercises to continue.
want a refresher to brush up on your skills!              4. ERC participants MUST provide their own motorcycle and
                                                          DOT approved (undamaged) helmet for the class.
                  Check out the                           ** Please contact the main office at 573-334-0826 (beginning
                                                          March, 2011) for Experienced Rider Course class dates. **
         CAPE GIRARDEAU
                                                          **Enroll early to reserve your seat as class size is limited!
      CAREER & TECHNOLOGY                                 Tuition _____________________________________________ $100
            CENTER’S                                      Scheduled upon enrollment ___________________ Room 205

      Motorcycle Safety Classes!                          #500 Techniques of Photography                           (15 hours)
                                                          Instructor: Doug Adams
• Classes offered nearly EVERY weekend starting           The basics of Digital Camera, Digital SLR and 35mm adjustable
  the first weekend in April & running through October.   camera operation are presented in this course. Topics covered
                                                          include exposure, films, lenses and filters, as well as composition
• No bike required! Bikes are provided for all            and light.
  participants & we can even loan you a helmet!           Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. ________________________ $85
                                                          September 13, 6 weeks _________________________ Room 205
                                                          Text _______________________________________________ $5
• Taking the BRC will often result in a discount
  with your insurance provider!!
                                                          #505 Advanced Techniques of Photography                 (15 hours)
• Scholarships available for qualifying individuals –     Instructor: Doug Adams
  call Buddy Davis @ 573-335-6621 x. 1095 to apply.       We will look at techniques to improve the quality of your photos.
                                                          We will also explore low light shooting, macro, copying old photos,
• Experienced Rider Courses (ERC) available on            wildlife, sports and advanced flash. Designed for people who are
  a limited basis for you “seasoned” riders!              comfortable with their 35mm SLR, Digital and Digital SLR cameras
                                                          and would like to enhance their skills.
To register on-line or see class schedules go to          Prerequisite: Techniques of Photography or equivalent
www.capectc.org & click on the “Student” tab at           experience.
the top of the page and then select “Registration”.       Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. _________________________ $85
Or for more information contact      Kathleen at          November 1, 6 weeks ____________________________ Room 205
573-334-0826 ext. 6513 /claytonk@cape.k12.mo.us           Text _______________________________________________ $5

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#506 Spanish for Customer Service                   (24 hours)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             #621 Metal Sculpting                                   (15 hours)
Instructor: Fernando Higuera                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Instructor: Zenon Duda
The growing Hispanic community is a reality and each day more                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              This course is designed to introduce students to metal sculpture
and more business people have the need to trade with Spanish-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              and sculpture techniques. Topics covered will include metal
speaking countries and communicate effectively in Spanish.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 cutting, movement, spot welding, piercing, bending and simple
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           figure construction. At completion of course there will be a small
This course is designed to engage students in a business                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   exhibit.
environment and communicate effectively in real life situations.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. ______________________ $85
It addresses the increasing need to prepare students in the
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This class will introduce realistic situations and specialized
vocabulary that customer service professionals need to use with
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Hispanic members of the community in the course of their daily
work and will also teach the students the cultural background
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 If you did not find a class
that they will use. Business negotiations, styles and strategies
differ from one culture to another. We will discuss the differences
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               you were looking for, please
and learn how to conduct business with Spanish-speaking
countries.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      check our on-line
Prerequisite: Completion of Spanish Conversation I or                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  course offerings
consent of instructor.
Monday & Wednesdays, 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. ____________ $145                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               listed on page 21.
August 22, 8 weeks _________________________ Room 503
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