2 Los Angeles Harbor College EXTENSION PROGRAM Spring 2009: February through May Office Hours Monday thru Thursday Friday Saturday 8:30am-7:30pm 8:30am-4:00pm 7:30am-12noon Office Closed: Feb 13, 14, 16, March 31, April 10, 11, May 23 & 25 No evening classes & Office Closed at 5pm: Apr 6 to 9 (Spring Break) New Classes 24-Hour Registration (310) Bartending Training Program Become a Child Visitation Monitor Black and White Photography and Film Developing Blast into Web Gaming (Ages 12 17) Cosmetology from the Kitchen Dazzling Floral Design Delectable Desserts Developing a Successful Strategic Plan Finding a Good Job in a Down Market Finding Your Soul Mate: Asking the Four Magic Questions Flavors of South Africa Getting the Most from Your Workout Gift Baskets for Any Occasion Grow Organic Vegetables in Your Own Backyard How to be an Executor How to Land Movie and TV Roles How to Properly Manage Rental Property How to Schmooze Improving PC Performance Introduction to Modeling for Ordinary People Make Extra Money in the Auto Wholesale Business Marketing Your Business Online Microsoft Windows Microsoft Word New Year: New You Party Time Mixology Put Your Basic Kitchen Tools to Work Retro Diner Delights Scrapbooking (Ages 12 17) Senior Craft Club Senior Scrapbooking Starting a Nonprofit Surf N Save: Shopping Online Tai Chi and Stretching for Arthritis The Power of Stretching The Road to Happiness The Screenwriting Business The Zen of Chinese Cooking Unleash the Power of Google Zesty Italian Cooking Arts... 2 Culinary... 4 Business... 7 Real Estate... 8 Career Child Visitation Monitor Bartending Pharmacy Technician Paralegal Notary Education Medical Billing Computers Continuing Education (No Fee) English as a Second Language (No Fee) Cursos En Español Personal Enrichment Golf College For Kids Online Classes Refund Policy Campus Map How to Register LAHC Extension Program is a member of THE LEARNING RESOURCES NETWORK a national organization in adult learning. For more information about LERN, contact: Learning Resources Network (LERN) P.O. Box 9 River Falls, WI Tel: Fax
3 THE ARTS... Art Visual Arts and Crafts Drawing & Impressionistic Watercolor Create paintings that capture the essence of this softly colored art form. Mix and blend colors, observe and capture objects on paper, use brush strokes for different effects, and create three-dimensional images with a single stroke. *Please bring to class: 1.5 hake brush (made in Japan), Strathmore 300 series watercolor paper, water container, paper towel or cloth towel, watercolor palette, tube of transparent watercolors including Alizarin Crimson, Burnt Sienna, Lemon Yellow, Paynes Grey, Prussian Blue, and Sap Green. Hisako Asano, MFA, Fine Arts & Traditional Japanese Artist #661.1 Feb 21 thru Mar 28 6 Saturdays LAHC 9:00-12noon $72* #661.2 Apr 18 thru May 30 6 Saturdays LAHC 9:00-12noon $72* (No class meeting May 23) Candle Making Decorate quality candles and make a beautiful addition to any home! Fragrant, multicolored candles also make great gifts for friends and family! Each participant will be able to create unique gifts for any occasion, maybe even start their own candle business! Topics include: how to get started, different types of candles, using molds, how to add fragrance and natural color additives, and sources for material/supplies. Participants will leave this class with several high-quality candles and the skills to continue on their own. Class is hands-on. Please dress accordingly. *$20 material fee payable in class. Quayum M. Abdul, MS Physics, instructs the art of making candles across Southern California. #232 Mar 7 1 Saturday LAHC 3:00-6:00pm $35* Thai Fruit and Vegetable Carving The art of Thai fruit and vegetable carving adds beauty and value to every occasion in which it is used. It has been in existence for over seven centuries of history and heritage. Body and mind are focused on the creation and detailed work of each piece. Discover: The proper tools used How to pick out the best fruit and vegetables to use Basic carving techniques Creating their own Thai fruit and vegetable designs Set-up and arrangements You can now learn this exquisite traditional craft and begin creating select carvings in a short period of time. Whether you are interested in learning a craft or are a professional chef, you will benefit greatly from this amazing time honored art. *$25 material fee for tools. Boonmee Nishimoto has been instructing the art of vegetable carving for over a decade. Beginning #659.1 Feb 23 thru Mar 23 5 Mondays LAHC 6:30-8:30pm $69* #659.3 Apr 13 thru May 11 5 Mondays LAHC 6:30-8:30pm $69* Intermediate #659.2 Feb 25 thru Mar 25 5 Wednesdays LAHC 6:30-8:30pm $69* #659.4 Apr 15 thru May 13 5 Wednesdays LAHC 6:30-8:30pm $69* 2 To Register, call (310) Parking Information, see page 45.
4 Dazzling Floral Design Nothing brightens up a room like a stunning display of gorgeous flowers. Learn how to select, prepare, and arrange fresh flowers. Acquire skill in design principles that will enable creative arrangements. Develop flair in exceptional color and texture to bring out your own personal style and construct beautifully striking floral pieces. *$50 material fee payable in class for flowers. Vanessa Ward, owner of Flowered Occasions, is a professional floral designer with over fifteen years of experience. #635 Mar 7 thru Apr 4 5 Saturdays LAHC 9:00-11:00am $59* Gift Baskets for Any Occasion Give a gift from the heart in a dazzling and creative display. Gift baskets are uniquely personal, as they are a one-of-a-kind creation and are appropriate for every occasion. Lessons include what supplies are needed, how to arrange, and themed ideas. *$20 material fee payable in class. Lia Lara-Tellez is an event planner and creative consultant. #636 Mar 14 1 Saturday LAHC 10:00-2:00pm $42* Senior Scrapbooking Bring in your photos and complete an entire photo album from start to finish in just four simple sessions. Bring those photos of special vacations, special people, or special events. At the workshops you will sort, journal, layout and decorate your album pages. After four classes, you will leave with a completed photo album! Instruction and scrapbooking tools will be provided at each meeting. *$10 material feel payable in class. John Thomas Huntley is a credentialed adult education instructor, specializing in older adults. #637 Apr 25 thru May 16 4 Saturdays LAHC 10:00-1:00pm $59* Senior Craft Club Channel your artistic talent with a fun and creative project. Silver learners in this workshop will create a differently themed craft each week. Each class includes a lesson and making a craft to take home. *$20 material fee payable in class. John Thomas Huntley is a credentialed adult education instructor, specializing in older adults. #638 Mar 7 thru Mar 28 4 Saturdays LAHC 10:00-1:00pm $59* Black and White Photography and Film Developing Do you have a 35mm SLR (single lens reflex) camera? Learn how to properly use it by capturing properly exposed negatives and prints. Students will also explore studio lighting for portraits and a variety of creative darkroom processes. Carl Holzbauer, BS, has been a photography lab assistant for over a decade. #639 Feb 18 thru Apr Wednesdays LAHC 5:30-9:30pm $68 (No class meeting Apr 8) THE ARTS... How to Read This Catalog Course Name Course description. Information regarding what potential students can expect to learn. *Course material fees and/or required textbooks. Instructor Name, Biography information #XXX Course Dates Days Location Times Fees* (Exception Dates) Course Number (required for registration) To Register, call (310) Parking Information, see page 45. 3
5 THE ARTS... Art Culinary Flavors of South Africa Travel to Africa without leaving Southern California by enjoying the rich spices of the southern region. Learn how to season food, make tasty curry and other traditional South African tastes. Simbi Mahlanza, BA, has been cooking traditional South African meals for over two decades. #641 May 9 1 Saturday LAHC 4:30-7:30pm $42* Delectable Desserts Create tantalizing tastes that are sure to please any sweet tooth. Gain baking tips and strategies as well as tips for mixing. Students will learn how to finish a meal with success. *$10 material fee payable in class. #640 May 2 1 Saturday LAHC 4:30-7:30pm $42* Retro Diner Delights Learn some American classics from Route 66! We will make a lunch of the best fried chicken in the US-of-A, classic fluffy mashed potatoes and gravy, sugar baby slaw, and angelic biscuits. We ll finish with your choice of two classic diner desserts lemon meringue pie with flaky crust or mile-high German chocolate cake. Come hungry! Bring an apron and a container to take home leftovers. *$10 material fee payable in class. #642 Mar 14 1 Saturday LAHC 4:30-7:30pm $42* The Zen of Chinese Cooking Anyone can create the unique style of Chinese cooking with the right guidance. Discover stir frying methods for meats and veggies and how to create those one-of-a-kind Asian flavors. *$10 material fee payable in class. #643 Apr 18 1 Saturday LAHC 4:30-7:30pm $42* Zesty Italian Cooking Capture the flavors of the old country! Create a pasta dish that will impress and create a sauce that will win. *$10 material fee payable in class. #644 Mar 28 1 Saturday LAHC 4:30-7:30pm $42* Put Your Basic Kitchen Tools to Work Learn how to use an assortment of kitchen tools, big and small! You will learn tips on mixers, processors, knives, zesters and other tools. Yes, there will be cooking and tasting! *$10 material fee payable in class. #645 Feb 21 1 Saturday LAHC 4:30-7:30pm $42* Anthony Yuan studied Culinary Arts at Le Cordon Bleu. 4 To Register, call (310) Parking Information, see page 45.
6 Music Singing With Style Learn to sing better than you ever thought you could in a few short lessons! Fun, exciting, and supportive environment for beginners or those who wish to improve their skills. Bring a tape recorder to tape your exercises for strengthening your voice, and a song you d like to perform. Breakthroughs guaranteed from an expert with much TV, Vegas, recording and teaching experience---you won t believe how much fun we have and how fast you ll learn! Jill Jaxx has been a vocal coach and voice instructor for over thirteen years. #734.1 Feb 17 thru Mar 24 5 Tuesdays LAHC 7:00-9:00pm $91 (No class meeting Mar 3) #734.2 Apr 14 thru May 19 6 Tuesdays LAHC 7:00-9:00pm $99 Grab Your Guitar! Playing the guitar is a stimulating yet soothing, and fun, outlet for creative expression. This course is designed to give the beginner the basic guitar playing techniques including how to read music, play chords and melodies by ear, accompany, tune, and maintain your instrument. Students must bring their guitar and pencil to every class. Course is designed for acoustic guitars, electric is only acceptable if you have a very small amp. *$8 material fee payable in class. Class size is limited, register early! Michael Batton, MM/BM Guitar Performance, studied music at USC under such exceptional virtuosos as Pepe Romero and has over ten years experience instructing guitar students. #609.1 Feb 17 thru Mar 24 6 Tuesdays LAHC 7:00-9:15pm $84* #609.2 Feb 21 thru Mar 28 6 Saturdays LAHC 2:00-4:15pm $84* #609.3 Apr 14 thru May 19 6 Tuesdays LAHC 7:00-9:15pm $84* #609.4 Apr 18 thru May 30 6 Saturdays LAHC 2:00-4:15pm $84* (No class meeting May 23) Tickle the Ivories: Piano 1 Would you like to learn how to play the piano? This hands-on workshop is designed for students who have no previous formal piano instruction. Together, we will start from the beginning and learn the basics of reading notes. We will also cover hand/eye coordination, and we ll make our way towards playing short pieces by the end of the course. *Required text available in LAHC bookstore. Dr. Anita Chang, Adjunct Music Faculty, has performed on both television and radio, given countless recitals, and has earned many prestigious awards in her field. #606.1 Feb 18 thru Mar 25 6 Wednesdays LAHC 4:00-6:00pm $71* #606.2 Apr 15 thru May 20 6 Wednesdays LAHC 4:00-6:00pm $71* THE ARTS... Who says beauty isn t everything? Learn how to enhance your real beauty with make-up and hair color classes! See page 29 To Register, call (310) Parking Information, see page 45. 5
7 THE ARTS... Art Language Conversational Spanish Learn Spanish vocabulary and grammar for everyday use. With emphasis on conversation and special vocabulary needs, this practical workshop will increase your ability to speak comfortably. *$25 fee per textbook. Optional workbook available. Book 1 for Levels 1, 2, & 3. Book 2 for Levels 4, 5, & 6. Student who has enrolled in a conversational Spanish class in the last year may repeat the same class and receive a 25% discount ($56.25) This class meets off campus. A map will be provided upon registration. Gerry Koehler, MA Linguistics, Spanish Professor LEVEL 1 #550.1 Feb 3 thru Mar 10 6 Tuesdays KMC 7:30-9:30pm $75* LEVEL 2 #550.2 Mar 17 thru Apr 21 6 Tuesdays KMC 7:30-9:30pm $75* LEVEL 3 #550.3 Feb 4 thru Mar 11 6 Wednesdays KMC 5:30-7:30pm $75* #550.4 Apr 28 thru Jun 2 6 Tuesdays KMC 7:30-9:30pm $75* LEVEL 4 #550.5 Mar 18 thru Apr 22 6 Wednesdays KMC 5:30-7:30pm $75* LEVEL 5 #550.6 Apr 29 thru Jun 3 6 Wednesdays KMC 5:30-7:30pm $75* Any student who has enrolled in a conversational Spanish class in the last year may repeat the same class and receive a 25% discount ($56.25). Conversational French This workshop provides the opportunity to learn the vocabulary and grammar of one of the world s most romantic languages. Skills are acquired for everyday usage, with a conversational emphasis. Increase your ability to read, write and speak with confidence. *$17 material fee payable in class for handouts. Nelly C. Aguillier, BA, has taught in France s higher education system and is currently a visiting instructor and member of the American Translator Association. Beginning #551.1 Feb 23 thru Mar 30 6 Mondays LAHC 6:30-8:30pm $75* #551.2 Apr 13 thru May 18 6 Mondays LAHC 6:30-8:30pm $75* Intermediate #551.3 Feb 19 thru Mar 26 6 Thursdays LAHC 6:30-8:30pm $75* #551.4 Apr 16 thru May 21 6 Thursdays LAHC 6:30-8:30pm $75* 6 Although we make every effort to avoid mistakes, our catalog is not a contract. The Extension Program does not assume liability for errors, typographical or otherwise. We encourage you to let us know of any errors you find so we may alert others. Thank you. To Register, call (310) Parking Information, see page 45.
8 Business Management & Finance Starting a Business Discover the secrets to starting your own business venture! It can stem from something as simple as a hobby. Led by an actual business owner, this workshop will teach you to become a modern success. Participants will create a personal plan, brainstorm start-up, gain techniques for simple marketing, attracting potential clients, and making the right impression with attitude and style. The importance of networking will also be discussed. *$5 material fee payable in class for handouts. Jeanette Perez, BA International Business, owner of The Higher Conscience - a successful screen printing and apparel enterprise. #391 Feb 28 1 Saturday LAHC 9:00-3:00pm $51* Starting a Nonprofit No matter what the cause, anyone interested in starting their own nonprofit must have a plan of action. This course will guide participants through the steps of forming their own nonprofit organization. Topics include, applying for nonprofit status both locally and nationally, recruiting and selecting a board of directors, implementing an organizational plan, fundraising options, and more. Frank Rivera, BA, successfully established the nonprofit, Handing Out Hope, and is currently president of its board of directors. #365 Mar 28 1 Saturday LAHC 10:00-1:00pm $42 Introduction to Grant Writing Fundamentals An invigorating, informative, hands-on workshop created for new and experienced grant writers, executive directors, organizers, board members, community volunteers, development officers, and individuals who want to get a detailed look at the grant writing process. You will learn how funding is announced, how applications are judged, and how to construct each element of a winning proposal. *Optional $34 material fee payable in class. John C. Drew, PhD, Managing Director of a grant writing consulting firm, has earned over $5.5 million for Southern California charities. #618 Mar 18 1 Wednesday LAHC 6:30-9:30pm $42* Developing a Successful Strategic Plan The old wisdom is tried and true: fail to plan, plan to fail. However, it does not have to be a reality with long-term planning and thinking strategically. Strategic planning sets clear goals, establishes priorities, and outlines and organization s focus, keeping it on task. Learn the essential fundamentals of creating a detailed strategic plan and the importance of evaluation. Develop a model that can be built upon for success and implemented by your organization. Guillermo Guereque, MA, MPA, is a strategic planning consultant and communications director. #366 May 9 1 Saturday LAHC 10:00-1:00pm $42 Marketing Your Business Online The Internet is a powerfully ally for making your business a success. Discover how to boost your online presence and enhance your brand identity. Gain inside secrets that will enable anyone to profitably market their business with little to no cost. In no time, you could have that winning plan for making your business a web sensation! Kristin McLeod, BA, is a corporate web marketing strategist. BUSINESS... #367 Apr 4 1 Saturday LAHC 10:00-1:00pm $52 7 To Register, call (310) Parking Information, see page 45.
9 BUSINESS... 8 Business Investment & Real Estate Investment Boot Camp: Investing in a Volatile Economy This hands-on workshop is intended to be a practical way, for both the beginning and experienced investor, to evaluate and judge investment choices. Using real-life cases, attendees can learn the mechanics and potential returns of mutual funds, annuities, stocks, bonds, and real estate. We will include tax saving strategies that allow you keep more of what you earn. Learn the secrets and important money management principles of successful investors like Warren Buffet, Benjamin Graham and Peter Lynch. This workshop is for anyone who invests for retirement in: IRA s, 401k s, 403b s, stocks, bonds, insurance or mutual funds. Jalon O Connell, BA, is registered broker for Brookstreet Securities. #343 Mar 4 1 Wednesday LAHC 7:00-9:30pm $42 Invest in Your Debt-How to Get Completely Debt Free Pay off your student loans and credit cards in as little 1 to 4 years, and your mortgage in another 2 to 6 years using the income you already earn. Does this sound too good to be true? It s not! Learn how to eliminate all of your debts; credit cards, student loans, personal loans, auto loans and yes, even your mortgage. LEARN SPECIFIC, POWERFUL, AND PROVEN STRATEGIES THAT WORK EACH AND EVERY TIME. Just practical honest advice, and proven methodology. You will learn how never be a slave to your credit cards again and most importantly, how to build retirement wealth with the money you have been wasting on debt payments. Bring a calculator and a list of your debt showing balances, interest rates, and minimum monthly payments. During class, you will develop your own customized debt elimination plan that can be implemented immediately into your lifestyle. *$9 workbook fee payable in class. *$43 optional text also available. Daniel de Percin, BS Business, is a Certified Financial Seminar Leader and has over thirty years experience working in sales and management. #775 Mar 14 1 Saturday LAHC 10:00-1:00pm $59* Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Buying Your First Home Take the mystery out of buying your first home. Learn about the entire buying process, loan-qualifying criteria, popular creative financing tools, the differences between variable and fixed rate loans, and real estate terminology. *Optional $2 material fee payable first class meeting. *$4 optional fee for Fannie Mae s: A Guide to Homeownership. Dean Higuchi is a senior loan officer and published author on residential financing. #395 Mar 19 1 Thursday LAHC 6:30-9:30pm $42* How to Properly Manage Rental Property Planning on purchasing rental property? Thinking about property management as a new career? This course will help students achieve these goals. Buying low cost property and renting it out is a great way to create wealth and constant cash flow, but it can be tricky and nonproductive if you do not know how to do it properly and profitably. If you want to make sure that your income property investment does not become a money pit, you need to take this class where you will learn how to: Keep the property profitably rented Collect rents, enforce penalties and evictions Decide whether to perform maintenance yourself or subcontract it Establish profitable rates for fees, rentals, and penalties *$30 material fee payable in class for workbook and resource guide. Pat Larkin is vice president and co-owner of one of the largest residential property management companies in Orange County. #368 Apr 18 1 Saturday LAHC 9:00-12noon $42*
10 Financial Seminars with Joe Carr The Last Financing Seminar You Will Ever Need In this exciting seminar you will learn the following: Learn the entire process of lending to ensure that your loans close in 30 days. How to ensure that you submit the correct documents to your lender. How to read a Good Faith Estimate. How to decide on the correct loan programs. How to protect your assets as interest rates rise. How to qualify for multiple loans while you are in escrow on existing properties. How to create cash flow opportunities. Make money from higher interest rates. How to anticipate lender conditions to prevent lending delays. How to make money passively while you enjoy the finer things in life. How to purchase undervalued properties and make $30K in 90 days or less. How to qualify for stated-income programs even if you are unemployed. How to retire in 3 years or less from highly appreciating properties. How to make money from problem properties using lease-option strategies. How to compare Option ARM s, Interest Only, and Fixed-Rate loan programs. *$20 material fee payable in class for text. #361 Mar 21 1 Saturday LAHC 9:00-1:00pm $50* How to Profit from Foreclosures and Short-Sales Did you know that there are more than 4 million homes that are in distress in the country? Why not take advantage of the rising delinquencies by buying and selling foreclosed homes and short-sales. Discover: How to find pre-foreclosure properties in your local area for instant profits. Learn how to find and profit from short-sale opportunities even if the property has zero equity. How to develop bird-doggers in your city who will bring you pre-foreclosures. How to eliminate most of your competition when looking for foreclosures. Why is the next 3 years the best time to be a real estate investor. Discover hidden financing techniques that most investors do not use. How to use business entities to purchase distressed properties all over the country. How to negotiate equity disbursements at closing when purchasing foreclosures. How to create a monthly cash flow from buying homes at deep discounts. Learn the cycles of real estate so you can time when to sell your properties. How to create a foreclosure wholesaling business so you can make $5K - $10K per property in less than 30 days. How to write letters to attract homeowners who are in trouble with their mortgages. How to negotiate with lenders so they will accept your short-sale offers. Learn the five stages of the foreclosure process in order to make huge profits. Learn the difference between pre-foreclosures and foreclosures. How to use hard-money sources instead of conventional lenders to expedite your offers. Learn how to keep your properties profitable after the purchase so you don t get into trouble in the future. Learn hidden techniques to sell your property quickly, even in a down market. #359 May 2 1 Saturday LAHC 9:00-1:00pm $50 Joe Carr is the founder of High Performance Investing, LLC, a real estate seminar and network company. He is a renowned real estate instructor, investor, developer, financier, and author, having owned an excess of $20 million in real estate and has built 2 multi-billion dollar mortgage companies. He has degrees in Real Estate, Finance, and Computer Science from the University of Southern California. 9BUSINESS...
11 BUSINESS... Business Networking & Careers How to Build a Website for Less than $5 a Month Do you need a website for business or pleasure? Concerned about the costs? Afraid it s too complicated to do it yourself? Now, you can create your own a site in a matter of minutes for as little as $5 a month! You don t have to be a programmer to design professional looking and cost effective websites, but you do have to decide what you want it to do, what you put on it, and how you promote it. We GUARANTEE that you ll learn: What a website is and what you can put in it to improve your business How to analyze your needs and select the best web design criteria How to make the site user friendly How to get a shopping cart that only costs if sales are made How to promote your website and link with search engines to make sure you can be found No website development experience necessary. This program is for website beginners, experts, managers and web designers. *A $30 fee is payable in class for, Fishin With a Net # , and How To Develop An Effective Web Site CD. Mike Rounds of Rounds, Miller and Associates #312 Feb 18 1 Wednesday LAHC 6:30-9:30pm $45* How to Schmooze Do you dread attending social gatherings or business events? Change that dread into anticipation, as you learn how to walk into any room with confidence and mingle with ease. Learn the secrets to schmoozing, from introducing yourself and starting conversations with complete strangers to perfecting your small talk and exiting conversations gracefully. Work the room like a pro with special networking techniques that include remembering names and using proper business card etiquette. Whether your aim is to build your business, increase your personal contacts or just meet more people, you will benefit from this practical course. Frank Rivera, BA, is president of Handing Out Hope, a nonprofit organization dependant on successful networking. #369 Apr 18 1 Saturday LAHC 10:00-1:00pm $42 Finding a Good Job in a Down Market No matter how bad the economy gets, somebody is always getting hired! That someone can be you. In this dynamic, interactive program, you will learn the insider s secrets to: Locating the job opportunity that suits you perfectly Writing a resume that gets read and gets you an interview Developing interview techniques that will get you hired *$30 material fee for comprehensive workbook and CD payable in class. James Eibler is a seasoned human resources veteran with years of experience interviewing potential employees. #370 Feb 24 1 Tuesday LAHC 6:30-9:30pm $42* 10 To Register, call (310) Parking Information see, page 45.
12 Business Careers Private Investigation: How to Be Your Own P.I. In California, no license is needed as long as you are investigating for yourself. In class, you will find out where the information is located and how you can obtain it. This class discusses public records and databases. You will learn how to do asset searches, background investigations, and skiptracing. This is an excellent class for small business owners, landlords, and potential business investors. *Optional $25 material fee for book. Jim Harriger, licensed Private Investigator, retired Police Detective, and currently works as an Investigator for an insurance company #338.1 Feb 26 1 Thursday LAHC 6:30-9:30pm $42* #338.2 May 14 1 Thursday LAHC 6:30-9:30pm $42* BUSINESS... LAHC Extension Training Program Child Visitation Monitor Make a difference in a child s life! If you are interested in child advocacy work, consider a career as a professional Child Visitation Monitor. The courts often require scheduled monitored visits between a child and a non-custodial parent. As a Child Visitation Monitor, you will monitor the visit to provide a measure of safety to the child. In our workshop, you ll learn the basic principles and practice of supervised visitation including: your defined and neutral role as a monitor proper and effective parent intake and preparation of the parent and child for the visit focusing on the child s best interest and safety how to observe objectively and comprehensively document child and adult contact proper intervention to prevent physical and emotional harm how to handle separation and termination of the visit. You will also gain a basic understanding of the stages of child development, different forms of violence and reflective listening, and maintaining neutrality. You will also receive information on how to effectively market yourself as a Child Visitation Monitor. Must be 21 years of age or older and able to provide a clean Live Scan background check if you decide to get into the field. A minimum of 13 hours required. *$60 material fee payable in class for books and certificate. Notary Public Seminars, Inc, has been a leading public course provider in California for nearly two decades. #310 May 2 & 9 2 Saturdays LAHC 9:00-4:00pm $199* Coming Soon Online Registration Safe-Secure-Simple Keep checking To Register, call (310) Parking Information see, page
13 BARTENDING... LAHC Extension Training Program Bartending Quick and easy! Learn to bartend like a rock star! This exceptional course will prepare you to work as a bartender in all types of establishments, while also teaching you the business side of the beverage industry. This practical and effective method of instruction is sweeping the industry and updating old ways of thinking. Professional bartending requires so much more than knowing how to put ice in a glass and adding the proper ingredients. This class will prepare you to be a great salesperson, a customer service expert and an honest and valuable employee, skills that will help you succeed in the real world of bartending and throughout life. The lessons taught are extremely beneficial to managers, waitresses and novice bartenders, also. The Business of Bartending will leave you with a thorough understanding of how the bar business works, the ethics of serving cocktails and a common sense approach to bartending. Though liquor is not used in class, you will be taught in detail how to practice making cocktails on your own. Other topics included are glassware, tools, recipes, pouring the perfect shot, bar terms, wine and champagne service, martinis, high-volume sales techniques, laws, responsible beverage service, job interviews, resumes, alternative ways to make money in the beverage industry and how to start your own bartending service. * Upon completion of the course, you will receive a Professional Certificate for Bartending. This course also includes additional testing for Serving Alcohol Responsibly, with certification for those who pass. Those who score 90% or above on the recipe test may test for the Master s Certificate of Excellence #700.1 Mar 4 thru 18 3 Wednesdays LAHC 6:00-10:00pm $101* #700.2 May 4 thru 18 3 Mondays LAHC 6:00-10:00pm $101* Party Time Mixology Picture yourself making fabulous martinis and delicious cocktails for your party guests. You could be the host of the year with the scrumptious recipes taught in this introduction to bartending. Take a vacation into the world of mixology! You will leave this class with a new appreciation for the art of bartending, great tips and take home materials, such as flash cards and recipe sheets. This abbreviated bartending course is taught by Kellie Nicholson, instructor of Bartending the Easy Way, a popular class offered at 14 local colleges. Kellie s 30 years of experience is unparalleled and her students work all over southern California. Don t miss out on your chance to be the next bar star! #701 Apr 28 1 Tuesday LAHC 7:00-10:00pm $30* Hollywood bartender Kellie Nicholson has condensed thirty years of experience into a course that will give you the confidence to step behind a bar anywhere. As a well-known bartender in Los Angeles, she has been respected for her honesty, attention to detail and high sales. Her reputation is due to her ability to make everyone feel like a friend and a guest, instead of a customer. She will teach you everything you need to become a professional. 12 To Register, call (310) Parking Information see, page 45.
14 LAHC Extension Training Program Pharmacy Technician Training Program Los Angeles Harbor College Extension, in collaboration with Boston Reed is offering a 27 week Pharmacy Technician Training Program. The Pharmacy Technician assists the pharmacist with mixing and packaging prescriptions, maintaining client records, referring clients to the pharmacist for counseling, assisting with inventory control and purchasing, as well as collecting payment and coordinating billing. Course #334 Fee: $2395 Mar 7 thru Oct 10 Saturdays 9:00-4:30pm Classroom: 182 hours Externship: 120 hours No class meeting on 4/11, 5/23, 7/4, 8/8 & 9/5 Financial Assistance through SLM Financial No Refunds or Letters of Credit for this program. Free Orientation. To reserve call #108 Feb 7 Saturday 9:00-10:00am BUSINESS... Make Extra Money in the Auto Wholesale Business Make money buying and selling wholesale cars for your friends, family or yourself at wholesale prices! You will be given a step-by-step guide on how to get a DMV auto dealer license and operate a profitable used car business! You will learn how and where to buy at wholesale prices and sell at retail for excellent profits. A free list of all the dealer-only auctions in the USA will be given. This course is DMV approved. *$10 material fee payable in class for instructional booklet. Wayne Williams is a licensed DMV dealer education instructor and owns and operates a California auto dealership and an insurance agency. #349 Mar 7 1 Saturday LAHC 10:00-5:00pm $59* How to be an Executor Have you been named as an executor of the estate of a relative or friend? This presentation will provide an overview of the legal rights and responsibilities of an executor and explain the gathering of estate assets; paying the debts; distributing the funds to beneficiaries; and administration of the estate. Learn about your liabilities and responsibilities. Thomas Hughes, JD, is a public attorney. #350 Apr 4 1 Saturday LAHC 10:00-1:00pm $49 To Register, call (310) Parking Information see, page
15 BUSINESS... LAHC Extension Training Program Paralegal Training Paralegal Training Program This intensive, nationally acclaimed program is designed for beginning as well as advanced legal workers. ALL CLASSES ARE ONLINE. Students will be trained to assist trial attorneys, interview witnesses, investigate complex fact patterns, research the law, and assist in preparing cases for courtroom litigation. The instruction is practice-oriented and relates to those areas of the law in which legal assistants are most in demand. There are no prerequisites, but students will be expected to complete a significant amount of homework for each weekend session. This program will help students increase their office s efficiency, productivity, and billable hours as well as learn new marketable job skills. Successful graduates of both the core and the advanced courses will be awarded a Certificate of Completion from Los Angeles Harbor College Extension. To receive a Certificate, students must pass twelve quizzes and successfully complete five legal document writing assignments. Certificates will be mailed to successful graduates within 4 to 6 weeks of completion of each course. This Certificate provides an individual with the recognition that he or she has achieved the level of professional knowledge and competency necessary to work within the legal field, and it is designed to satisfy the requirements of California Business Professionals Code Textbooks are available for approximately $300 from the Center for Legal Studies. Financial Aid: Student loans may be available through TERI Continuing Education at TERI. Students can have Westlaw access for the duration of one online session for only $60. This is required for the second half of part I (core). Contact the Center for Legal Studies once you are enrolled in the program for further information. Paralegal Certificate Course (Core) Center for Legal Studies #325 Mar 9 thru Apr 24 Anytime Online $1089 No Refunds or Letters of Credit for this program. Advanced Paralegal Training Program To receive a certificate, students must complete at least 6 of the 10 substantive law topics. Students may choose any of the following topics: Advanced Legal Research and Writing Bankruptcy Law Practice Business Law Practice Constitutional Law and Civil Liberties Criminal Law Estate Planning: Probate, Wills and Trusts Family Law Mediation and Other Forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Victim Advocacy Water Law Textbooks are available for from the Center for Legal Studies. Center for Legal Studies #326 May 4 thru Jun 19 Anytime Online $275 each subject No Refunds or Letters of Credit for this program. 14 To Register, call (310) Parking Information see, page 45.
16 Business Entertainment Introduction to Modeling for Ordinary People Think you need to be tall or skinny to work as a model? Think again. The modeling industry is open to more people now than ever before (especially yrs. of age). We dispel myths and discuss ways of getting started in the real world of modeling. Experience a photo shoot (for experience and evaluation purposes only). Learn tips on how to be photographed. This course will take you into the world of the modeling agencies and jobs. This is the time of the Ordinary Model! Ordinary Models, trains successful models across the country. #631 Mar 23 1 Monday LAHC 6:00-8:00pm $42 How to Land Movie and TV Roles If you have the passion to be part of the entertainment industry, this course is for you. The world of movies and TV has changed in the past twenty-five years with more opportunities than ever before! This dynamic program will teach students how to: Find out what opportunities are available Arrange a great media kit Prepare for a great audition Locate a quality agent *$39 material fee for comprehensive workbook payable in class. Hattie Fishburne, MA Columbia University, is the mother and first acting coach of Academy Award nominated actor Laurence Fishburne and has a lifetime of experience in the entertainment industry. #632 Mar 7 1 Saturday LAHC 10:00-1:00pm $42* Getting Started in Voice Acting Have you ever wondered whose voice you are listening to on TV and Radio Commercials? How about documentaries or audio books? You too can become a Professional Voice-over Artist! This fun, informative, and empowering class will teach you the basics of entering a successful career as a voice-over artist. We will discuss some of the many details of the voice-over industry, the importance of marketing, the importance of your voice-over demo, and much more. Your instructor will coach and produce you reading scripts, and even record you in the classroom to later evaluate. Each student will get a personal evaluation from the instructor. In this 2 hour introduction workshop you will learn many of the ins and outs of this huge and lucrative industry. Be warned, many who have taken this class have gone on to become real, bona-fide, professional Voice Actors. Come ready to laugh, learn, and be inspired. Voices for All, LLC, trains successful voice over artists across the country. #629.1 Mar 17 1 Tuesday LAHC 6:00-8:00pm $42 #629.2 May 20 1 Wednesday LAHC 6:00-8:00pm $42 The Screenwriting Business Have you written a story you would love to see come to life, but don t know where to begin? Learn the ins and outs of the screen writing business including industry formats, when to get an agent, and what to expect from studios. Class is designed for anyone who has written a script or who just has a great idea and wants to know how to get started. Kevin Taft, BS Video and Television Production, has sold a script to a major studio, and has worked with a major development company on a comic book to film adaptation. #633 Apr 4 1 Saturday LAHC 10:00-1:00pm $42 To Register, call (310) Parking Information see, page 45. BUSINESS... 15
17 NOTARY EDUCATION & TRAINING... LAHC Extension Training Program Notary Education California Notary Public Class with State Exam Enter a growing career field! California needs more notaries to serve its growing population. The instructor will cover materials and strategies that will assist students in successfully passing the State exam the first time and understanding the function and duties of a California notary public. The following subjects will be covered: understanding and interpreting the California notary codes; identifying fraud and ID issues; performing Notary Public duties and responsibilities; and, correctly executing notarizations. Instruction will be from 8 am to 4 pm. State proctored examination will be administered at 4:30pm. Class ends at 5:45pm or earlier. This is a fast-paced class which requires long periods of sitting. Please bring a chair mat if you need extra comfort. Students will need to bring a sack lunch; proper identification for the State exam: Driver s License, State ID card, Passport, OR active military ID; one 2x2 passport photo, one check or money order (no cash) made payable to the Secretary of State in the amount of $40 for the state examination, one check or money order in the amount of $35 made payable to the Notary Academy of America (these fees are in addition to the $75 tuition), and two #2 pencils. Due to state regulations, this class must begin at the scheduled time. Han (Merlina) Combs, Active Notary Public and Certified Loan Document Signing Specialist and staff. #330.1 Feb 28 1 Saturday LAHC 8:00-6:00pm $75* #330.2 May 9 1 Saturday LAHC 8:00-6:00pm $75* *(+$40 check for state examination, +$35 check for material. See above.) How To Become A Notary Loan Document Signing Agent Already a Notary? NOW WHAT? Learn how you can easily turn being a Notary into a flexible part time or full-time career! A Loan Document Signing Agent is a Notary with expertise in signing and notarizing of loan documents within the real estate community. Because you are a Notary, you are halfway there! You can earn $50.00-$ per signing. Great News! Why? It takes about an hour or less to complete a signing. Enroll to learn how you can use your Notary skills to maximize your income. You will learn: the duties/limitations of the Loan Signing Agent, industry terms, step-by-step procedures for completing a loan signing, job expectations, what notary skills are needed and how to market yourself to secure clientele, including a bonus list of marketable companies. *$60 fee for material and certification (cash only, please) payable in class. (This fee is in addition to the $65 tuition) It is recommended that you bring a highlighter pen and a sack lunch. Jamie Johns, Certified Notary Instructor, President of the Notary Access Association #339.1 May 30 1 Saturday LAHC 8:30-5:30pm $65* *(+$60 check for material & certification. See above.) 16 To Register, call (310) Parking Information, see page 45.
18 LAHC Extension Training Program Medical Insurance Billing and Coding (No academic credit awarded for these classes.) The Program This Medical Billing and Coding Program provides you with preparation to join one of the fastest growing industries of the new millennium. Developed by an advisory board composed of Medical Billing, Administrators, Health Care Human Resource Specialists, and Medical Office Consultants, the curriculum provides you with practical skills needed for a career change, advancement, or independent contracting. Certificate Requirements Certificates will be awarded to those who attend program orientation, and who complete eight (8) required courses and one (1) elective: Required Courses (Complete eight) Orientation Medical Terminology: A Short Course Medical Billing I ICD-9 Coding CPT Coding Computerized Billing Advanced Coding Advanced Medical Billing Electives (Complete one) Hospital Billing Lien Processing Required Texts (Available in LAHC Bookstore): 1. Medical Terminology for Health Professionals by Ehrlich and Schroeder 2. CPT (Current Procedural Terminology) by American Medical Association 3. ICD-9-CM Expert for Hospitals, Vols. 1, 2, & 3 (spiral) by Ingenix 4. Understanding Health Insurance by Rowell & Green (Text & Workbook) Recommended: 5. HCPCS by AMA 6. Taber s Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (indexed) Enrollment Information Companies and individuals may purchase the program for a fixed and reduced fee of $649 (includes registration, tuition, and filing fees). Fees must be paid by the first meeting of Medical Terminology, however, be advised, space is limited and students are accepted on a first come, first serve basis. There will be NO waiving of program requirements for courses taken at other schools. medical BILLING... Certificate participation is required to enroll in any course. For program guidelines, registration, or more information, call Program Coordinator: Peter A. Aguilera, LAHC Extension Program Lead Instructor: Shoushik Sue Mardirosian Certified Billing Instructor Medical Billing Orientation Discover more about the popular Medical Billing and Claims Administration Certificate Program offered through Los Angeles Harbor College Extension Program. Find out all that the program entails, including payment methods, book fees, and background information about the instructors. Get assistance in tailoring the program for your individual goals, in addition to seeking employment assistance. The ins and outs of the program will be discussed, including what is required of each student. All potential or interested participants in our program are required to attend. Peter A. Aguilera, MA Candidate, Program Coordinator #306 Feb 28 1 Saturday LAHC 12:15-2:00pm FREE To Register, call (310) Parking Information, see page
19 MEDICAL BILLING Medical Terminology Use outlines, exercises, and pronunciation guides to develop the basis for a strong medical vocabulary, or brush up on your medical terminology skills. Students will learn to decipher, build, and understand medical terms by studying vocabulary parts. This course does not presume a background in science or biology-it is clear and easy-to-learn regardless of your level of expertise. *$25 material fee payable at first class meeting for text and hand-outs. #320 Mar 21 & 28 2 Saturdays LAHC 9:00-4:00pm $131* Medical Billing Become a valued professional in the fast growing health care field. Beginning students will learn medical billing techniques, and how to follow up and collect on billed claims. Learn to complete medical and itemized statements. Various types of insurance plans and insurance cards will also be reviewed. Prerequisite: Medical Terminology. Text(s) discussed in class. *$25 material fee payable in class. #307.1 Apr 4 1 Saturday LAHC 9:00-4:00pm $101* Advanced Medical Billing You will be instructed how to prepare a clean HCFA claim form for Medicare, Med-Cal, and other private carriers. This course will build on the information received in the beginning medical billing course and will include the billing cycle, explanation of benefit forms and collections. Prerequisite: Coding Level I, Coding Level II, and Medical Billing. *$25 material fee payable in class. #307.2 May 9 1 Saturday LAHC 9:00-4:00pm $101* ICD-9 Coding You will learn the basic procedures and diagnosis coding relating to physician reimbursement. Understand the coding principles used to transform verbal diagnoses and surgical procedures into numerical codes, and learn which codes require the 5th digit, and the 100 most frequently used diagnosis codes. *$25 material fee payable in class. Prerequisite: Medical Terminology & Medical Billing. #321.1 Apr 18 1 Saturday LAHC 9:00-4:00pm $101* CPT Coding This course is designed to instruct the student in CPT 95 coding and HCPCS coding. After completing ICD-9 coding (diagnosis coding) you now need to code the procedure performed. Your codes must match for maximum reimbursement. Learn to use the most complete codes. This course will be valuable for the beginner and the current biller. Prerequisite: Medical Terminology, Medical Billing and Coding Level I. *$25 material fee payable in class. Text(s) discussed in class. #321.2 Apr 25 1 Saturday LAHC 9:00-4:00pm $101* Advanced Coding Take the information presented from beginning medical coding classes, including ICD-9 coding, CPT coding, HCPC coding and modifiers, and consolidate this coding for maximum reimbursement. Prerequisite: Coding Level I, Coding Level II, and Medical Billing. *$25 material fee payable in class. #321.3 May 2 1 Saturday LAHC 9:00-4:00pm $101* Computerized Medical Billing Learn hands-on instruction in computer applications. Be presented with software and superbills. Learn daily transaction entries and monthly/annual management reporting. Work with the HCFA 1500 forms. No prior computer knowledge is required. Prerequisite: Medical Billing, Medical Terminology, and Coding I. *$25 material fee payable in class. Students only need to complete one section. Jack Chew, MS, Certified West Associate #375.1 Jun 6 1 Saturday LAHC 9:00-4:00pm $131* #375.2 Jun 13 1 Saturday LAHC 9:00-4:00pm $131* To Register, call (310) Parking Information, see page 45.
20 Lien Processing Learn how to process liens and provide appropriate and complete paperwork to ensure maximum reimbursement. *$25 material fee payable in class. Kristen Perry, MBA, has over 15 years experience in the industry. #327 May 16 1 Saturday LAHC 9:00-4:00pm $101* Hospital Billing This one-day seminar will provide you with an introduction to the hospital medical field. Learn correct coding and collecting of claims. Hospital based processes will be taught along with HMO s and IPA S. Processing from start to finish to receive proper payment for services provided. *$25 material fee payable in class. #329 May 30 1 Saturday LAHC 9:00-4:00pm $101* Los Angeles Harbor College Swap Meet Over 400 vendors! Established in 1984 No admission charge 8:00am - 3:00pm Every Sunday Call (310) for infomation medical BILLING... Extension Program Services Traffic Violator School Classes offered in English and Spanish Saturdays 8:00am - 4:00pm Please call for exact dates Fee: $35 includes certificate Duplicate Certificates: $15 (no discounts apply to traffic school) For Traffic School information or registration call (310) *Per DMV regulations, commercial drivers are prohibited from attending * To Register, call (310) Parking Information, see page
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