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1 Tri-Community dult Education Schedule of Classes Fall 2013 September 16 - November 24, 2013 (10-week session) See Page 5 for registration information.

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3 MP OF DULT EDUCTION LOCTIONS MJOR DULT EDUCTION CENTERS HIGH SCHOOLS 1. BUSINESS CENTER Office (626) ; Shop (626) S. Fourth ve., Covina (Northeast corner of Fourth ve. & Puente St.) 2. CHRTER OK CENTER (C.O. Center; C.O. Technology Center) Cienega ve., Covina (Corner of Cienega & Bonnie Cove; west end of campus) 3. covina education center (Covina E.C.) (626) N. Barranca ve., Covina (North of Badillo St.) 9. COVIN HIGH SCHOOL (CHS) 463 S. Hollenbeck ve., Covina CHRTER OK HIGH SCHOOL (COHS) 1430 E. Covina Blvd., Covina NORTHVIEW HIGH SCHOOL (NVHS) 1016 W. Cypress St., Covina SOUTH HILLS HIGH SCHOOL (SHHS) 645 S. Barranca ve., West Covina GRISWOLD CENTER (626) E. San Bernardino Rd., Covina (West of Vincent ve.) 5. PHOTOGRPHY CENTER (626) W. Puente St., Covina (Near Fourth & Puente) 6. PIONEER CENTER (626) E. Rowland ve., West Covina (West of zusa ve.) 7. valencia eduction CENTER 758 W. Grondahl St., Covina (Enter parking from Conwell ve. north of Covina Blvd.) 8. WELDING CENTER (626) E. Cypress Street, Covina (Cypress St. east of Edna Pl.) OTHER LOCTIONS 13. CEDRGROVE SCHOOL (626) Glendora ve., Covina LRK ELLEN ELEMENTRY SCHOOL 4555 N. Lark Ellen ve., Covina ROYL OK middle SCHOOL 303 S. Glendora ve., Covina (626) ext. 232 (Parent Ed. Center) 16. SUNFLOWER SCHOOL 1505 S. Sunflower ve., Glendora Washington ELEMENTRY SCHOOL 325 W. Gladstone St., Glendora WORKMN VENUE ELEMENTRY SCHOOL 1941 E. Workman ve., West Covina 91791

4 FLL 2013 TERM MONDY, SEPTEMBER 16 thru SUNDY, NOVEMBER 24, 2013 Classes are scheduled for 10 weeks unless otherwise noted. REGISTRTION TKES PLCE IN THE CLSSROOM T THE FIRST CLSS MEETING. Preregistration is available for some classes. (See page 23 and back cover.) Tri-Community dult Education is a cooperative educational program serving the Unified School Districts of Charter Oak and Covina-Valley. Bruce Krall, Principal, Griswold dult Center Julie Caston-Hicks, Principal, Pioneer dult Center CLENDR VETERNS DY HOLIDY... Monday, November 11, 2013 CCREDITTION Tri-Community dult Education is accredited by the Western ssociation of Schools and colleges and is authorized to issue high school diplomas. VETERNS Tri-Community dult Education is approved by the State Department of Education to offer classes which enable Veterans to complete a High School Diploma Program. Please call (626) for Veteran s information. HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOM dults who do not have a high school diploma are urged to meet with a counselor in order to plan a program that suits their needs. For further information, call (626) REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOM English...30 Credits Science...20 Credits Mathematics...20 Credits (Must include 10 credits of lgebra I) U.S. History...10 Credits World History, Cultures, & Geography...10 Credits Foreign Language/Fine rts...10 Credits U.S. Government...5 Credits Economics...5 Credits Electives, exclusive of Physical Education...50 Credits First id...0 Credits Test Requirement: Passing score on California High School Exit Exams. Candidates for a high school must complete at least 10 dult credits in residence. Veterans of United States armed forces have met residency requirements. TOTL CREDITS REQUIRED: 160 CREDIT MY BE ERNED FOR: Previous high school work, work experience and military training. High School credit may be earned for Tri-Community dult Education students through testing. ll previous school work must be from an accredited institution. 4

5 Registration Information REGISTRTION Beginning Monday, September 16, 2013 registration is completed at the location where the class is offered. Fee-based classes must have the required minimum number of student registrations as of the first class meeting. Online and walkin preregistration is available for some classes. (See page 23 and back cover.) Registration is completed on a first come, first served basis. Late registrations are accepted if space is available. Call (626) for late registration information. dult students who are applying for the High School Diploma program must bring an official (sealed) transcript and meet with a counselor at Pioneer Center. Preenrollment for the High School Diploma program is highly recommended. BUSINESS CENTER Monday through Thursday, 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. GRISWOLD CENTER Monday through Thursday, 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. OFFICE HOURS DYTIME BUSINESS CENTER / GRISWOLD CENTER / PIONEER CENTER Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. COvina education center Tuesday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. OFFICE HOURS Evenings DMISSION dults 18 years of age or older, not attending day school, or high school graduates of any age may attend. dult students who wish to take courses for high school credit toward a high school diploma must see a counselor. Students attending a day high school may be admitted under certain conditions by special request through a high school counselor referral from the school of attendance. Students who wish to take courses for high school credit must see a counselor. FEES No refunds for fee-based classes unless the class does not register. Fees for all classes will be charged as noted. Classes with an asterisk (*) pay a registration fee of $10.00 ($2.00 for students 60+ years). ll fees are payable at time of registration. Students pay for all supplies, materials, and textbooks. Payment in cash is preferred. Credit cards (Visa, Mastercard and Discover) are now accepted at all main offices (The Business Center, Pioneer, Griswold, Covina Education Center). service fee of $15.00 will be charged for returned checks, copies of certificates of completion, and letters of verification. refund policy Refund forms are available in all major dult Center Offices. Full Refunds only on classes cancelled by Tri-Community dult Education. $10.00 processing fee will be charged for all refunds except for classes noted above that are cancelled by Tri-Community. No Refunds after the third class meeting. No Refunds for fee-based classes and short term seminars/classes. No Refunds for textbooks or materials. LL FEES RE SUBJECT TO CHNGE WITHOUT NOTICE. 5 PIONEER CENTER Monday through Thursday, 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Covina education center Wednesday & Thursday, 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

6 Registration Information TEXTBOOKS Textbooks are available for purchase by students registered in Tri-Community dult Education classes. Do not purchase textbooks before class registers. TEXTBOOK FEES RE NON-REFUNDBLE. REGISTRTION and TTENDNCE minimum number of students must be in attendance for a class to be registered. Excessive absences may cause classes to be closed or combined, or individual students to be dropped. CERTIFICTES OF CHIEVEMENT Certificates of chievement are issued to students who satisfactorily complete study in certain academic, business occupations, and vocational subjects. INSURNCE TRI-COMMUNITY DULT EDUCTION DOES NOT PROVIDE STUDENT CCIDENT INSURNCE, nor is it provided for children participating in Parent Education or Child Care activities. MINOR CHILDREN Minor children are NOT allowed in adult education classes except in certain Parent Education and/or Family Literacy classes. SENIOR CITIZENS Students, age 60 and older, pay a registration fee of $2.00 for classes with an asterisk (*), and will pay other fees, where applicable. STUDENT RECORDS The release of students educational records shall be according to the Education Code and state regulations. RIGHT TO PRIVCY ll students are protected by State and Federal laws regarding their right to privacy. DISCRIMINTION PROHIBITED No person shall, on the basis of race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, marital status, handicap, age, religion, or political beliefs, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any education program or activity except as provided for use by law or regulation. HER COMPLINCE ll facilities of the two cooperating districts of Tri-Community dult Education have been inspected for asbestos-containing materials and management plans have been filed with the State of California in compliance with federal SBESTOS HZRD EMERGENCY RESPONSE CT legislation. The plans are available to review at the Districts dministrative Offices. UNIFORM COMPLINT PROCEDURES Uniform Complaint Procedures are available in the office at each of our main centers. 6

7 Counseling Services ll students taking courses for high school credit MUST SEE TRI-COMMUNITY COUNSELOR BEFORE TTENDING CLSSES. Students enrolled in a regular high school must have a completed Tri-Community High School Student Referral from their school of attendance prior to enrollment. High school students from outside the Covina-Valley and Charter Oak districts may only enroll in an academic class for credit recovery and will be charged a $35 fee for each 5-credit class. High school students may not enroll in fitness or computer classes. DULT STUDENTS enrolling for HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT should call Pioneer Center at (626) Counselors are available daily from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm, and from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm, Monday through Thursday. COUNSELORS: Lynn Broudy Ward / Don Kemp / Charles Beal Patricia Gonzales / Philip Kaluza COUNSELING SSISTNCE Tri-Community dult Education has a Comprehensive Guidance Program and counselors are available during school hours to assist students to reach their optimum educational goals. They offer assistance with career planning and guidance counseling. variety of tests allow students to explore their vocational interest, aptitudes, personality, intelligence, educational progress, and work values. In addition, counselors offer assistance with matters involving health and welfare, human relations, and psychological concerns. Contact a counselor at Pioneer Center or call (626) Testing Services REDING & MTH TESTING SERVICE This service is designed to identify individual achievement in reading and math to aid in the appropriate placement in academic classes. Testing is by appointment only. Call (626) for an appointment. COMPREHENSIVE TEST OF BSIC SKILLS (CTBS) Students enrolled in the Tri-Community dult Education high school diploma program may take these tests for up to 50 elective credits and/or academic credit in Math, English, Science and World History toward their high school diploma. Call (626) for an appointment. TOEFL PREPRTION Instructor-assisted preparation for college bound, limited-english speaking students who need to pass the TOEFL is offered. variety of pre-testing and preparation materials covering the four areas of reading, listening, speaking and writing are utilized in an individualized setting. For more information, call (626) VOCTIONL/CREER TESTING & COUNSELING Interest, ability, and career value tests are part of the Tri-Community dult Education Counseling Services. Individuals interested in vocational testing, career information, job outlooks and requirements, current labor supply and demand, lists of vocational schools, colleges, universities, etc., are encouraged to see a counselor. fee of $10.00 to $20.00 may be charged. Contact a counselor at Pioneer Center or call (626) for more information. 7

8 TRI-COMMUNITY DULT EDUCTION IS N OFFICIL GED TESTING CENTER The Tests of General Educational Development (GED) can give you the opportunity to earn a high school equivalency diploma, a credential recognized as a key to employment opportunities, job advancement, further education, and financial rewards. Tri-Community dult Education administers the GED test Monday through Wednesday at Pioneer Center. The GED test is composed of five sections: Language rts/reading, Language rts/ Writing, Social Studies, Science and Mathematics. Testing on all sections is available on a drop-in basis during the testing hours listed below, no appointment is necessary. ll applicants must provide a valid picture identification with current address. The test fee is $130.00, which includes State and National fees. Payment must be cash or money order. Tri-Community dult Education ofrece el examen GED en español para obtener la equivalencia del diploma de escuela preparatoria. TESTING HOURS Monday thru Wednesday, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Monday thru Wednesday, 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm PIONEER CENTER 1651 E. Rowland ve. (West of zusa ve.) West Covina (626) PIONEER CENTER OFFERS FREE PRE-GED TESTING. GED PREPRTION Preparation for the GED test is offered in the cademic Study Center. There is a minimum charge for GED test preparation. FOR FURTHER INFORMTION, CLL PIONEER CENTER T (626)

9 cademic INGLÉS COMO SEGUND IDIOM PREND INGLÉS Este programma esta disponilblepara estudiantes interesadod en aprender a hablar, leer, y escribir el idioma ingles. Cuidado de ninos disponible. ENGLISH S SECOND LNGUGE - Beginning through dvanced and Multi-level (Class Fee: $45.00) course for non-english speaking students to help them with everyday conversation. Day Time Location Room Instructor M thru Th 9-12 noon Pioneer F11 Cowper M thru Th 9-12 noon Pioneer F10 Ver Halen * Tu & Th 9-12 noon Royal Oak PEC Lee * No class fee for this class. BSIC REDING - Beginning through dvanced (No Fees) Class utilizes an individualized approach to reading to assist the individual to improve skills, comprehension, and retention. Computer-assisted instruction is offered utilizing multi-sensory Discover Intensive Phonics and Reading 100 software M thru Th 9-12 noon Pioneer G13 Carter SPEECH - Beginning through dvanced (No Fees) beginning level English class designed to help non-native speaking students improve their speech and English language communication skills. United States customs and culture are also taught and discussed W 9-12 noon Pioneer D1 Banuelos english all levels (No Fees) F 9-12 noon Pioneer D3 Blackburn ENGLISH 1 - & B (No Fees) Beginning level English skills in grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and writing fundamentals Tu 6-9 pm COHS C6 Staff ENGLISH 1 & 2 (No Fees) review of grammar, writing mechanics and development of writing skills M 7-10 pm Pioneer D3 C. Swift GENERL SCIENCE 2 (Materials Fee: $10.00) Th 7-10 pm Pioneer D4 Brown Books are available for purchase for students registered in Tri-Community dult Education classes and may be required for certain courses. Required textbooks must be purchased by the second week of class. TEXTBOOK FEES RE NON-REFUNDBLE. 9

10 cademic *world history 1 & Tu 6-9 pm CHS B5 G. Gustafson *ECONOMICS Th 9-12 noon Pioneer D3 Blackburn *MTHEMTICS - ll Levels (Class Fee: $10.00) Courses offered: Basic Math, General Math, Consumer Math, Pre-lgebra, lgebra I, Geometry, Math Review Tu & Th 9-12 noon Pioneer F9 Trujillo *CDEMIC STUDY CENTER (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $10.00) Students may enroll for credit or non-credit in the cademic Study Center at Pioneer Center. Credit courses include: English 1-4, English Elective, English Elective/Writing; General Math 1 & 2, Consumer/Business Math, Pre-lgebra, and lgebra 1; Biology, Life Science, Physical Science, Earth Science and General Science; Family Health and First id; U.S. History, World History & Cultures, U.S. Government, Economics, Geography, Sociology, and Psychology; and Fine rts. Non-credit courses include: English Language rts and/or Writing Review; Math Review; and Citizenship. Test Preparation is also available for: SVB, CHSEE, CBEST, CSET, ST/ CT and TOEFL. Each course is a personalized study program using up-to-date self-instructional materials, including computer-assisted instruction for many subjects, together with teacher instruction and assistance. Day Time Location Room Instructor M thru F 9-12:30 pm Pioneer G15 Brown/Staff M thru Th 12:30-5:30 pm Pioneer G15 Brown/Trujillo M thru Th 6:30-9:30 pm Pioneer G15 Chavez FOR FURTHER INFORMTION, CLL PIONEER CENTER T (626) BSIC EDUCTION (Class Fee: $5.00) Courses include: Basic Language rts, Basic Writing, Basic Reading, Basic Computer Literacy, Basic Communication Skills, Basic U.S. History and Government, Basic Economics, and Basic Geography. Personalized and computer assisted instruction, as well as small and large group instruction, is offered. Day Time Location Room Instructor Tu/Th 9-12 noon Pioneer D1 Banuelos TESTING CENTER /.02/.03 s scheduled Pioneer G15 Staff GENERL EDUCTIONL DEVELOPMENT (GED) TESTING (Test Fee: $130.00, includes State and National fees.) /.02/.03 M thru W s scheduled Pioneer G14 Staff CREER EXPLORTION M thru F s scheduled Pioneer G15 Staff 10

11 Business & Vocational Education The Office Professional Training Core Curriculum provides a foundation for entering a variety of occupations in today s business office. Instruction ranges from entry level to advanced training. Program provides individualized instruction in both teacher-directed and self-paced environments. Students may enroll at any time during the term. OFFICE PROFESSIONL CORE CURRICULUM Developing Proofreading Skills Office Procedures Computerized Typing (ll Levels) Basic Math Review Electronic Calculator lphabetic Indexing & Filing Learning Microsoft Office 2007 Suite (Beginning Level) (ccess, Excel, PowerPoint and Word) *OFFICE PROFESSIONL TRINING (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $75.00, books extra.) The core curriculum includes basic introduction to computer operation and business software applications. Clases de mecanografía computarizada en español también disponible. See back cover for preregistration information. Day Time Location Room Instructor M thru Th 8:30-2 pm Griswold F12 Hibner TYPING CERTIFICTE EXM ($35.00 Fee includes registration and up to 3 days of practice which must be completed within one week from enrollment.) Typing tests are given as part of the Office Professional and Office Skills classes See above for days and times. Griswold F12 Staff *OFFICE SKILLS and TYPIST/KEYBORDING (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $60.00, books extra.) The office skills training program will assist students in today s challenging business office setting. Curriculum includes technical skills such as keyboarding (typing), instruction to computers, formatting memos and letters, as well as, job preparation skills: resume writing and interview strategies. Students choose the skill areas they want to study or to enhance their skill sets. The primary focus of this class is to have students acquire the ability to type 45 net wpm, which is the average speed limit for most office jobs. This may require students to attend more than one session depending on their initial typing skills. See back cover for preregistration information M & W 6:30-9:30 pm Griswold F11 Gonzalez *BOOKKEEPER (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $75.00, books extra.) Limited enrollment. The beginning of this class concentrates on accounting principles taught manually. Once accounting principles are mastered, students move to computer-assisted bookkeeping methods using QuickBooks Pro or PeachTree. Completion of course work takes more than one term. See back cover for preregistration information M & W 7-10 pm Griswold C16 Pereida *$10.00 REGISTRTION FEE will be charged all students, years, who are not enrolled for high school diploma credit. Seniors (60+ years) will pay Registration Fee of $

12 Business & Vocational Education HELTH PROFESSIONLS TRINING Begin now to start your training for a career to become part of the medical field. Enroll in one of several programs that will lead to a promising and well paying career in Medical Transcription, Medical Billing, or Medical Coding. CREER PTHS Medical Transcriber Medical Terminology 1 and 2 Medical Transcription Insurance Clerk- Medical Biller Medical Billing 1 and 2 Medical Coder Medical Terminology 1 and 2 Medical Coding 1, 2 & 3 *INSURNCE CLERK - MEDICL INSURNCE BILLING (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $75.00, books extra.) Limited enrollment. Instruction in Coding (CPT and ICD9CM) Standard Forms, Medicare, MediCal, PPO and HMO. See back cover for preregistration information. Day Time Location Room Instructor Th 7-10 pm Griswold C16 Peralta *INSURNCE CLERK - MEDICL INSURNCE BILLING 2 - dvanced (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $75.00, books extra.) Limited enrollment. Prerequisite: Students must have satisfactorily completed Medical Insurance Billing or equivalent. Instruction in the use of NDC Medisoft software application. Familiarity with Windows is recommended. Continuing students have priority registration. See back cover for preregistration information Tu 7-10 pm Griswold C15 Peralta *Medical coding 1 (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $75.00, books extra.) Prerequisite: Medical Terminology 1 and 2. Medical Terminology may be taken concurrently. Limited enrollment. This class will help to prepare students to take the CCS/CCS-P (Certified Coding Specialist-Physician Based) exam for certification from the merican Health Information Management ssociation (HIM) and/ or the CPC (Certified Procedural Coder) certification exam offered by the merican cademy of Professional Coders. See back cover for preregistration information Th 6:30-9:30 pm Griswold C14 Parga *Medical coding 3 CCS preparation course (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $75.00, books extra.) Prerequisite: Medical Coding 1 and 2 or prior medical coding experience. Limited enrollment. This class will help to prepare students to take the CCS (Certified Coding Specialist) exam for the certification from the HIM (merican Health Information Management ssociation). The CCS preparation course is an intensive interactive class designed to assist you for the certification exam. See back cover for preregistration information Tu 6:30-9:30 pm Griswold C14 Parga 12

13 *Medical TERMINOLOGY / NTOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1 (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $75.00, books extra.) Limited enrollment. This course offers students interested in a medical career or career advancement an understanding of the medical language. It will include an in-depth study of medical words and how they relate to the human body as a whole, as well as a comprehensive study of the body systems and how they function. This course meets the academic requirements for Court Reporting and the prerequisite requirement for the Medical Transcription/Editing and Medical Coding 1. We will use the textbook The Language of Medicine by Davi-Ellen Chabner, 9 th Edition (ISBN ). Textbook may be purchased online directly from the publisher Continuing students have priority registration. See back cover for preregistration information. Day Time Location Room Instructor Tu 7-10 pm Griswold D1 Rea *Medical terminology / anatomy & physiology 1 online (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $100.00, books extra.) Limited enrollment. For anyone interested in a medical career, this online course offers an interactive medical language study to help prepare students for the healthcare field. It includes an in-depth study of medical words and how they relate to the human body as a whole, as well as a comprehensive study of the body systems and how they function. This course meets the academic requirements for Court Reporting and the prerequisite requirement for the Medical Transcription/Editing and Medical Coding 1. We will use the textbook The Language of Medicine by Davi-Ellen Chabner, 9 th Edition (ISBN ). Textbook may be purchased online directly from the publisher Register in person, at the Griswold Center. fter student has completed class registration, the instructor will forward an to student containing LOGIN instructions Online Course Rea *MEDICL FRONT OFFICE SSISTING ND TRNSCRIPTION (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $75.00, books extra.) Limited enrollment. May be taken concurrently with Medical Terminology. The healthcare IT field is evolving rapidly with the use of Electronic Health Record. This course will introduce students to entry-level medical transcription and editing skills for voice recognition. This course will prepare you for the national Registered Medical Transcriptionist certification exam offered through the ssociation for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (HDI). Whether you re interested in working from home or in a facility, this course will cover methods and strategies for improving skills as it relates to medical information. Monaural headphones are required. Typing speed of 35+ wpm is highly recommended. Continuing students have priority registration. For more information, call Griswold Center at (626) Th 7-10 pm Griswold D2 Rea *$10.00 REGISTRTION FEE will be charged all students, years, who are not enrolled for high school diploma credit. Seniors (60+ years) will pay Registration Fee of $

14 *REL ESTTE GENT/PRINCIPLES - Fundamentals of Real Estate (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $120.00, books extra.) Limited enrollment. Successful completion of this college level course meets the requirements of the State of California, Department of Real Estate, for applicants take the Real Estate Salesperson Examination (DRE pproval# ). Course provides an overall understanding of general real estate practices. Certificate will be issued to students who satisfactorily complete all course requirements, including passing the final exam. See back cover for preregistration information. Day Time Location Room Instructor Tu 8:30-12 noon Griswold C13 Bello O Byrne W 6:30-10 pm Griswold C14 Lewis *real estate practice (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $120.00, books extra.) Limited enrollment. Successful completion of this college level course meets the requirements of the State of California, Department of Real Estate, as the second required class needed to acquire a regular sales license (DRE approval # ). Certificates will be issued to students who satisfactorily complete all course work requirements, including passing the final exam. See back cover for preregistration information Tu 6:30-10 pm Griswold C16 Lewis *Real estate finance (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $120.00, books extra.) Limited enrollment. Successful completion of the college level course meets the requirements of the State of California, Department of Real Estate, as one of the additional courses to be completed after the Principles class in order to obtain a regular sales license (DRE approval # ). Certificates will be issued to students who satisfactorily complete all course work requirements, including passing the final exam. See back cover for preregistration information. Day Time Location Room Instructor W 6:30-10 pm Griswold C13 Bello O Byrne Seminars & Short Term Classes See Page 18. Everything Butter Cream Beginning coustic Guitar Intermediate coustic Guitar Check this out! 14

15 *notary public (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $80.00, cash only. Materials Fee: $45.00 payable at first class.) This 8 hour seminar prepares you to take the California State Exam to become a Notary Public. Materials fee payable at the first class includes the 160 page study guide The California State Notary Public. Exam given by California State Proctors on 10/10/13 at 5 pm. Students should plan to arrive 1 hour before test time. You must have a driver s license or picture I.D., certificate of completion of Notary Public Training and check or money order (no cash) in the amount of $40.00 payable to the Secretary of State. Limited enrollment. Preregistration at Griswold Center beginning Monday, September 16, M & Tu (10/7 & 10/8) 6-10 pm Griswold C13 Rasch *notary public 6-hour training 1 (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: 6-hr $80.00; 3-hr $40.00, cash or credit card only. Materials Fee: $45.00 payable at first class.) Limited enrollment. This 6 hour seminar prepares you to take the California State Exam to become a Notary Public. Students requiring 3 hours of training will attend the 12-3 pm session. Materials fee payable at the first class includes the 160 page study guide The California State Notary Public. Exam given by California State Proctors on 10/18/13 at 5 pm. Students should plan to arrive 1 hour before test time. You must have a driver s license or picture I.D., certificate of completion of Notary Public training and check or money order (no cash) in the amount of $40.00 payable to the Secretary of State. Preregistration at Griswold Center beginning Monday, September 30, F (10/18/13) 8-11 am & Griswold C13 Rasch 12-3 pm F (10/18/13) 12-3 pm Griswold C13 Rasch *loan document signing specialist class for notaries (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $80.00, cash or credit card only. Study Guide: $45.00 payable at first class.) California s Real Estate industry is in need of notaries that would like to become Loan document Signing Specialists. The class will present information on the duties and responsibilities of the Notary Public entering the loan industry as a loan Signing Specialist. Students will be eligible to take the open book exam and receive a Certificate of Certification upon completion of the course. Cost of exam is $30.00 payable at the time of the exam on October 22, The instructor is from the California School of Notary Public and is a commissioned Notary Public for the State of California and a Certified Loan Signing Specialist. Preregistration at Griswold Center beginning Monday, September 30, M & Tu (10/21 & 10/22) 6-10 pm Griswold F12 Rasch *$10.00 REGISTRTION FEE will be charged all students, years, who are not enrolled for high school diploma credit. Seniors (60+ years) will pay Registration Fee of $

16 Civic & Community Education In partnership with Boston Reed College, Tri-Community dult Education is excited to announce upcoming allied health training program opportunities. Students must be at least 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, competency in basic computer operations, and have access to the Internet, a printer and an address. CLINICL MEDICL SSISTNT (Class Fee: $2, includes books, consumable supplies, externship, and course completion certificate.) Registration is completed online at or by calling (800) Contact Boston Reed College for Payment plans. There is no registration in class or at any Tri-Community office location. The program combines classroom instruction of 134 hours (including 42 hours of online training) and an off-site externship of 160 hours to provide a complete learning experience. s a Clinical Medical ssistant you will be trained to help the physician carry out procedures, care for patients, perform basic lab tests and administer medications. Clinical Medical ssistants work in a physician s office or in a clinic. Program topics include basic anatomy and physiology, vital signs, medical terminology, specimen collection, electrocardiography, administration of medications and injections, assisting with exam and minor surgery, customer service, as well as other related topics. Upon successful completion of the program and externship, the student will receive a certificate of completion and be qualified to take the following optional certification exams: National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) and California Certifying Board for Medical ssistants (CCNM) certification exam. 14-week course begins September 16, Preregistration required before start date of class. Day Time Location Room Instructor M & W 6-9:30 pm Business Center 3 Rivera Electronic Health Records Specialist - online study program (Class Fee: $3, includes books, online access to program and course completion certificate.) Registration is completed online at www. BostonReedCollege.com or by calling (800) Contact Boston Reed College for Payment plans. There is no registration in class or at any Tri- Community office location. The program is entirely online and covers the essential components of the electronic health record and health information exchange essentials; system selection and implementation; project management and fundamentals of change and human factors. s an EHR Specialist you will assist healthcare providers to choose, implement, train and maintain an electronic health records system. Program content is online with live, weekly teleconferences. The length of the course is 216 hours over 18 weeks. Upon successful completion graduates will receive a certificate of completion. Program start date: Monday, September 16, Preregistration required before start date of class. Course #

17 n introduction to voiceovers (Getting started In Voice cting) Oneon-One, Online Class (Class Fee: $59.00) Requirements: Student must have Internet ccess and Video Chatting capabilities using either of the following free methods: Skype (for PC users) or ichat (for Mac users). We can also offer this class via telephone if webcam is not available. re people always telling you that you have a great voice? Do you often find yourself listening to your favorite audiobook, commercial or cartoon character and thinking, I could do that? This fun and empowering 90 minute introductory workshop covers the different types of voiceovers and what tools are needed in order to find success in the industry. Your instructor will coach you in this one-on-one, online setting as you read from real scripts, taking notes on your performance so you can receive a professional voice evaluation later. fter this class you will have the knowledge necessary to help you decide if this is something you d like to pursue. Taught by a professional voice actor from the Voice cting Training Company, Voices for ll. Student may register for the class at any time during regular business hours at the Business Center. Course # paralegal certificate - online study program (Class Fee: $195.00) Midwest Paralegal Studies in partnership with Tri-Community dult Education is offering a 12-month Paralegal certificate of completion. For program details and questions contact the instructor, Mr. Zoran Peroanovich via , or visit the website This professional non-credit program is recommended for those in the legal profession seeking advancement or for someone interested in a career change. It is open to anyone with a high school diploma or GED. The course begins with a FREE orientation seminar at this link: free_orientation.htm. The five classes (Research, Jurisprudence, Litigation, and Management & Career) may be taken in any order at the start of each class term. Upcoming start date September 16, 2013; November 7, ll students must contact the instructor, Mr. Perovanovich at for advising and the free orientation before they can register for any classes. Students may register for the class at any time during regular business hours at the Business Center. Course # Fall Classes begin the week of September 16,

18 Seminar & Short Term Classes Everything Butter Cream (Class Fee: $35.00) This course will be a 3 week class in the basics of butter cream. We will be covering cake baking, yummy cake fillings, icing a smooth cake and learning to use a pastry bag effectively. Everything butter cream: Roses, leaves and vines, learning to write on cake and much, much more. The instructor owns Cakery by Syd and has won Blue Ribbons at the L.. County Fair, winner at the San Diego Cake Show and created the Glendora Centennial Celebration Cake for the city of Glendora. Required preregistration, held at the Business Center beginning September 3, 2013 must be completed prior to start date of class. Day Time Location Room Instructor W (10/2/13) 6-9 pm Pioneer Center D2 S. Weiss BEGINNING COUSTIC GUITR (Class Fee: $85.00; Materials fee of $10.00 payable at the first class meeting.) Students must bring their own acoustic guitar (no electric) and picks. Minimum enrollment of 5 and maximum of 10 students. This seminar is for beginning students who want to learn the basics of playing a guitar for fun and pleasure. Students who want to learn basic picking, techniques and posture, strumming, counting time, basic first position chords, basic music theory, as well as, how to tune and take care of their guitar. The instructor, Jerry Donovan, has taught guitar for 25 years. He has taught all levels and at music and fine arts schools as well as private lessons in the community. 8-sessions beginning September 16. Required preregistration, held at the Business Center beginning September 3, 2013 must be completed prior to start date of class M 7-8 pm Covina E.C. 14 Donovan W 7-8 pm Covina E.C. 14 Donovan INTERMEDITE coustic guitar (Class Fee: $85.00; Materials fee of $10.00 payable at first class meeting.) Students must bring their own acoustic guitar (no electric) and picks. Prerequisite: Beginning coustic Guitar or beginning guitar skills. Minimum enrollment of 5 and maximum of 10 students. This seminar is for intermediate students who have completed the beginning class or have taken guitar classes and know the basics. Students will continue to learn chords and more to advance their guitar playing ability. 8-sessions beginning September 16. Required preregistration, held at the Business Center beginning September 3, 2013 must be completed prior to start date of class M 8:15-9:15 pm Covina E.C. 14 Donovan 18

19 fee-based classes Fee-based classes are funded by student fees. Preregistration recommended. See page 23. bsolutely No Refunds unless class does not register. Minimum number of student registrations required as of first class meeting. ll classes are 10-weeks unless otherwise stated. Home rts & Homemaking *QUILTING (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $50.00) Prerequisite: Sewing experience. Minimum of 20 students. Day Time Location Room Instructor Tu 12:30-3:30 pm Covina E.C. 13 Yoshiwa WEVING / spinning - ll Levels (Class Fee: $90.00) Minimum of 16 students. On-site preregistration only at the Business Center. Weaving covers beginning to advanced loom weaving. Learn to dress the loom and read drafts which cover patterns such as crackle, doubleweave, lace weaves, twills, and drafts on 8 harnesses. Spinning covers learning to handle a drop Spindle and spin on a Spinning Wheel. Note: Monday class will meet on Wednesday of the weeks when Monday is a Holiday M 9-12 noon C.O. Center MU Martens M 12:30-3:30 pm C.O. Center MU Martens Tu 9-12 noon C.O. Center MU Martens Tu 12:30-3:30 pm C.O. Center MU Martens W 7-10 pm C.O. Center MU Villareal Exercise & Fitness Exercise & fitness classes are for adults only. High school students may not enroll in fitness classes. Minimum enrollment of 30 students required. Online registration for fitness classes. See page 23 for details. Please Note: There is an online registration fee of $2.95 for each transaction. There is an automatic processing fee of $10 for any change to classes. The Fitness Schedule was not available at the time of printing. Call the Business Center for the Schedule of the Fitness Classes. (626) PHYSICL FITNESS DISCLIMER: Participation in fitness classes involves varying degrees of accidental injury risks. Tri-Community dult Education is not responsible for any injury to any person suffered while warming up, or participating in Exercise and Fitness classes for any reason whatsoever. Each student certifies upon enrollment that he/she is physically capable of participating in the class. Tri-Community dult Education recommends that every student speak with a physician and receive a physical prior to participating in any exercise and Fitness class. *$10.00 REGISTRTION FEE will be charged all students, years, who are not enrolled for high school diploma credit. Seniors (60+ years) will pay Registration Fee of $

20 fee-based classes Fine & pplied rts *RT - PORTRIT DRWING & PINTING general introduction to drawing and painting the human head. Models of all types available. Day Time Location Room Instructor (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $120.00, model fee extra.) Minimum of 18 students Tu 9-12 noon Covina E.C. 14 Lo (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $100.00, model fee extra.) Minimum of 16 students Tu 12:30-3:30 pm Covina E.C. 14 Lo *DRWING & PINTING (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $100.00) Minimum of 22 students. personal approach to painting using all mediums, color theory, values, and composition. Lectures and individualized instruction and critiques provided W 9-12 noon Valencia E.C. 12 Lo *CERMICS (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $110.00) Minimum of 20 students. Course covers learning the use of the potter s wheel, handbuilding, and other facets of ceramic arts. Raku and crystal glaze firing are also included Tu 9-12 noon Pioneer E7 Sanderson Tu 12:30-3:30 pm Pioneer E7 Sanderson Tu 7-10 pm Pioneer E7 Boehme W 9-12 noon Pioneer E7 Boehme W 12:30-3:30 pm Pioneer E7 Boehme Th 9-12 noon Pioneer E7 Boehme *FINE & PPLIED RTS - JEWELRY MKING/LPIDRY (Registration Fee: $10.00; $2.00 for students 60+ years. Class Fee: $90.00) Minimum of 20 students. combined class of jewelry making by the lost wax techniques and basic lapidary skills of cutting and polishing rocks Tu 9-12 noon Pioneer E5 Boehme Tu 12:30-3:30 pm Pioneer E5 Boehme *$10.00 REGISTRTION FEE will be charged all students, years, who are not enrolled for high school diploma credit. Seniors (60+ years) will pay Registration Fee of $

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