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1 SPRING 2014 CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE SCHEDULE REGISTER NOW! Courses Offered from January - May 2014 FEATURED COURSE programs Computer Courses...pg. 8 Ph. 800-new-skills Health Careers...pg Small Business Center Classes...pg Online - Ed2Go Courses...pg. 24 Curriculum Courses...pg

2 CFCC Continuing Education Course Fees, Payment Options and Withdrawal/Refund Policy COURSE FEES Registration fees are set according to the number of hours a class is scheduled. Students may also be required to purchase a textbook and supplies. All Basic Skills and Small Business Center classes are FREE. Human Resource Development (HRD) classes are free for qualifying students. Occupational extension courses are designed for the specific purposes of training individuals for employment, upgrading the skills of persons presently employed, and retraining others for new employment in occupational fields. Fees for Occupational Extension Courses 0 to 24 hours: $70* 25 to 50 hours: $125* 51+ hours: $180* *Students enrolling in the same occupational class more than two times may be charged a higher tuition fee based on actual class contact hours. Personal Enrichment and Community Service courses are designated as self-supporting. Fees for self-supporting classes are set by CFCC and vary by topic. Additional Charges to Students: $5 technology fee for all computer/technology based courses. $3 parking/security fee for each on campus class. Basic Skills, Law Enforcement, HRD, EMT, and Small Business Center students are exempt from this fee. REGISTRATION/PAYMENT OPTIONS Pre-registration is now required for all classes and must be done 24 hours in advance of any computer classes Students may use one of three options for registration and payment: 1. Online registration and payment is available through the CFCC website. The student should go to click on WebAdvisor and then click on Continuing Education. 2. Download the registration form from the CFCC website and mail it in with your payment to CFCC, Continuing Education, 411 N. Front Street, Wilmington, NC Payment must be mailed at least 2 weeks before the first day of class to ensure appropriate routing time. A complete and signed registration form along with the payment must be sent in together. 3. Fill out the registration form and turn it into the appropriate location BIG Center, North Campus or Burgaw Center. The student should pay for the class at the same time. Payment should be in the form of a check, money order or credit card. WITHDRAWAL AND REFUND POLICY To be eligible for a refund, students must officially drop the class before the start date. The student must withdraw from the class and request a refund in writing via , fax or personally delivering the request to a staff member in the Continuing Education office. Refunds are given as follows: 1. A 100% refund shall be made when a student officially withdraws from the class prior to the first class meeting by submitting a written request. 2. A 75% refund shall be made when a student officially withdraws from the class during the first 10% of scheduled hours for the class by submitting a written request. 3. A full refund shall be made for classes canceled by the college. Students do not have to request a refund. FOR MORE INFORMATION Call 800 new-skills

3 Table of Contents New Hanover COUNTY Arts & Crafts Basic Literacy Skills Business/Banking/Tax Prep... 6 Computers Defensive Driving Safety Courses... 8 EMT/Paramedic... 9 Employment Skills Health Careers Medical Coding Substance Abuse Counseling...13 Insurance License...13 Languages...14 Legal Education...14 Notary...14 Performing Arts...14 Photography...15 Service Industry...16 Skilled Trades Small Business Ed2Go: Online Courses...24 PENDER COUNTY Agriculture...20 Arts & Crafts...20 Computers...21 Employability Skills Health Careers...22 Language...23 Professional Development...23 Project Skill-up information...26 Success Starts at CFCC! No matter where you are in life, CFCC has a class that can get you further. Whether you want to start small with a short non-credit course or enroll in a full two-year associate degree program, CFCC has the resources to help you get where you want to be. Focus on the Basics: Adult Basic Education Strengthen your basic skills: Enhance your employability, polish your resume, and find a job; complete your high school diploma; prepare for the GED exam by improving your math, reading, and writing skills; learn English as a second language. A Compensatory Education program is also offered to assist adults with intellectual disabilities achieve their potential. Enhance your career Through CFCC s Continuing Education Department, you can prepare for licensure exams and earn industry-recognized certificates in a variety of areas, including computer skills, barbering, health care, paralegal, public safety, service industry occupations, vocational trades and much more. Put your business to work CFCC offers some of the most comprehensive and practical business-related courses that can help any business owner or manager get more out from the bottom line. CFCC s Small Business Center classes, free seminars, and individual consultations support entrepreneurs and small businesses. We also provide customized corporate training, leadership and process improvement, and technical troubleshooting education for employees of large industries. Personal Enrichment From photography and visual arts to music and improvisation, CFCC offers you a chance to try something new you ve always wanted to do. Directions and Area Maps...25 LEGEND: Class Title Phone Class Description - a brief summary of the class. Price of class Dates Days Times Location Building/Room Class Hours Degree Programs Choose from over 60 credit programs to earn a certificate, diploma or two-year associate degree. CFCC s credit programs offer an affordable path to a new career or college degree. 1

4 Like Us on FACEBOOK Symbol Key HRD Course Book Required Material / Equipment Required Courses require 2 week advanced payment if paying by check Exact Cash or Money Order are required for payment on the first day of class Additional Insurance and Fees for Clinicals ARTS & CRAFTS Hybrid Course (Online & Classroom Advanced Acoustic Guitar Students who have a mastery level of competence from Intermediate Guitar, or personal experiences will gain instruction for advanced and complex meter pace, harmonic progressions, and some sight reading activities. The class is appropriate for those who will play in paid venues, or for social and charity events. $95 TBD 18 hrs Basket Weaving Learn the art of weaving decorative and utilitarian baskets from natural resource materials. Reed and pine needle basket making techniques will link to lower Cape Fear, and Gullah-Geechee Heritage traditions and styles. Participants also review vendor and small business-related operational needs. $73 (Supplies and Materials Extra). TBD Wilmington Campus Ballroom Dancing Class explores the art of ballroom dancing for fun and fitness. Learn the basic elements and fundamentals in order to strengthen your abilities and confidence. Minimum of 10 students. $73 TBD Wilmington Campus 18 hrs Basic Sewing Student will learn the different supplies and materials available and how each is used. Students will learn the basic operations of using your sewing machine, such as threading, bobbin winding, and how to utilize specific stitches. This class will cover measurements, pattern sizing, layouts and assembly. $73 1/4-2/8 Sa 10a-2p 2/22-3/29 Sa 10a-2p Wilmington Campus S hrs Batik Exercise your creative side and lean the ancient art of Batik, a method of dyeing a fabric by which the parts of the fabric not intended to be dyed are covered with removable wax. Students explore ideas for marketing products. $73 (Supplies and Materials Extra) TBD Wilmington Campus 18 hrs Beginning Quilting This course will provide students the opportunity to complete a Lap Quilt size 40 square using half square triangles. The quilt is constructed using a sewing machine. Some hand sewing may be applied. All techniques for completing the quilt will be demonstrated. Minimum of 10 students. $73 Cake Decorating Class explores the art of cake decoration through a combination of demonstrations and hands on experience. Student brings own supplies. Minimum of 10 students. $73 TBD Wilmington Campus Crocheting Learn crochet basics: chain stitch, slip stitch, the half double crochet stitch, pattern reading, working in the round, and other special techniques while working on an individual project. The history of the craft, and displays by published instructor, Myrtle Bragg complement fun stitching exercises. $68 (Supplies and Materials Extra). TBD 18 hrs Furniture Refurbishing Trash to treasure! Lean techniques for refinishing and refurbishing old furniture to create new treasures. Explore ideas marketing your products too. Former CFCC Interior Design Instructor, Kerri Ferrari returns. $95 (Supplies and Materials Extra) TBD 18 hrs TBA Wilmington Campus 16 hrs 2

5 NEW HANOVER COUNTY COURSES SPRING 2014 ARTS & CRAFTS Glass Mosaics Learn to design and create mosaics from small pieces of colored tile, glass, or other material set in mortar. The direct mosaic technique is introduced. Ancient and modern methods are studied. Mosaic Glass expert, Perla Diaz instructs. $73 (Supplies and Materials Extra) TBD 18 hrs Guitar Wow your friends and make some music! This hands-on class is designed for people with little or no experience playing acoustic guitar. You will learn several chords and strum styles. Use your new skills to play songs in a group setting. Students should bring an acoustic guitar and picks. $95 TBD 12 hrs North Campus Intermediate Guitar Guitarists extend their mastery skills from basics studies. Customized exercises expand individual and group playing techniques. Topics include bar chords, lead guitar, and music theory. Students should bring an acoustic guitar and picks. Pre-requisite: Beginner Guitar or previous experience. $95 TBD 18 hrs North Campus Oil Painting in Old Masters Techniques & Soft Pastels Students will learn how to use color, materials, brushes, and mediums. In this painting course, students are not required to draw. Participants are given the opportunity to be creative with oil paints and with the pictures they choose to paint. The class also teaches the use of pastels and colored pencils. Minimum of 10 students. $73 1/13-3/10 M 1p-4p 3/24-5/12 M 1p-4p Wilmington Campus C109 Piano Keyboard Participants receive introductory instructions in traditional keyboard and music skills. Identifying notes on the keyboard and music staff, sight reading, and learning about rhythm, harmony, chords and inversions are some of the topics to be covered. Students should bring a portable piano keyboard, and headphones. Retired teacher, and local church organist, Carolyn McGhee Jacobs instructs. $95 TBD 12 hrs Piano Keyboard II Students with basic Piano Keyboard skills learn advanced playing techniques complemented by more detailed sight reading exercises. Studies also include harmonic progressions, melody development, and introductions to varied genres of music that complement different piano playing skills. Carolyn McGhee Jacobs instructs. $95 TBD 12 hrs Screen Printing Learn the art of screen printing. The technique uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. Students create prints, cards, t-shirts, etc Let your imagination be your guide as you design custom masterpieces. Explore ideas for marketing your products. $95 (Supplies and Materials Extra) TBD 18 hrs Shibori Explore the ancient Japanese art form known as Shibori. It involves several methods of dyeing cloth with an elaborate pattern by binding, stitching, folding, twisting, compressing, or capping it. Some of these methods are known in the West as tie-dye! Explore ideas marketing your products too. $68 (Supplies and Materials Extra) TBD 18 hrs Wood Carving - Beginners Basic Wood Carving teaches the fundamentals of carving. Methodologies can be applied to many styles of wood carved designs. Beginner carving enthusiasts also learn how to sharpen tool edges, and perfect control or handling techniques. Minimum of 7 students. $68 (Supplies and Materials Extra) TBD 24 hrs Woodturning Wilmington Area Woodturner s Association members lead students in developing beginners and intermediate skills for designing decorative and utilitarian objects from a variety of woods. The appropriate uses of a lathe and other cutting tools are introduced and refined. Bob Dougherty serves as lead instructor. $68 (Bookstore Supply Kits Extra) 3/6-4/11 Th 6p-10p North Campus 24 hrs Yoga Fitness Class explores the art of yoga designed to bring balance, inner strength, and conscious breathing through stretch and yoga postures. Student must bring their own yoga mat. Minimum of ten students. Students will need to bring a yoga mat. $73 TBA Wilmington Campus 3

6 Like Us on FACEBOOK Basic skills Adult Basic Education (ABE) or The ABE program is designed for people 16 years or older who test below the ninth grade level. Students currently enrolled in public schools must officially withdraw from high school prior to enrolling. Interested individuals who are 16 or 17 years of age must also provide a notarized parental consent form. All students must provide picture ID with birth date and signature, and Social Security card to register. A parent or guardian must accompany minors 16 or 17 to register. Students receive individual instruction in basic math, language, and reading. Once a student has built his/her skills up to the ninth grade level, he/she can enter into either the Adult High School or High School Equivalency Exam Diploma program. Students are required to attend a 2-day orientation that will follow the initial registration date. FREE ABE registration dates for spring session: December by appt only call the office to schedule 1/13 M 5:00p 1/27 M 9:00a 2/10 M 5:00p Wilmington Campus C114 Additional ABE registration dates and times follow: 2/24 M 9:00a 3/10 M 5:00p 3/24 M 9:00a 4/7 M 5:00p 4/21 M 9:00a 5/5 M 5:00p Wilmington Campus C114 High School Equivalency Exam (HSE) Diploma Program (formerly GED) or The High School Equivalency Exam (HSE) Diploma program is designed for anyone who is 16 years or older testing at the ninth grade level or above and who wishes to earn a High School Equivalency Exam Diploma. Students currently enrolled in public schools must officially withdraw from high school prior to enrolling. Interested individuals who are 16 or 17 years of age must also provide a notarized parental consent form. All students must provide picture ID with birth date and signature, and Social Security card to register. A parent or guardian must accompany minors 16 or 17 to register. Day and evening classes are conveniently located at on and off campus sites in New Hanover and Pender Counties. Online classes are available for students who meet eligibility requirements. Please call for site locations. Students are required to attend a 2-day orientation that follows the initial registration date. FREE High School Equivalency Exam Diploma program registration dates for spring session: December by appt only call the office to schedule 1/13 M 5:00p 1/27 M 9:00a 2/10 M 5:00p Wilmington Campus C114 Additional High School Equivalency Exam Diploma program registration dates and times follow: 2/24 M 9:00a 3/10 M 5:00p 3/24 M 9:00a 4/7 M 5:00p 4/21 M 9:00a 5/5 M 5:00p Wilmington Campus C114 Express Enrollment Option (ABE) and (HSE) Students who desire a more convenient location or start date may choose to attend an Express Enrollment class in Wilmington or throughout New Hanover and Pender Counties. Please call or for current site locations and schedule. Classes begin January 6 and run through April 22. FREE 4

7 NEW HANOVER COUNTY COURSES SPRING 2014 Basic skills Adult High School (AHS) The AHS program is designed for anyone who is 16 years or older testing at the ninth grade level or above and who wishes to earn a high school diploma. Students currently enrolled in public school must officially withdraw from high school prior to enrolling. In addition, interested individuals who are 16 or 17 years of age must also provide a notarized parental consent form. All students must provide picture ID with birth date and signature, and Social Security card to register. A parent or guardian must accompany minors 16 or 17 to register. Evening courses are only at the CFCC Wilmington Campus and Burgaw Center. Classes are held 5:30p-9:30p M-Th. Online classes are available to students who meet eligibility requirements. Students are required to attend a 2-day orientation that will follow the initial registration date. Once enrolled, a student does not have to attend registration unless he/she has missed two consecutive sessions. FREE AHS registration dates for spring session: December by appt only call the office to schedule 1/8 W 5:00p 2/4 Tu 5:00p Wilmington Campus C114 Additional AHS registration dates and times follow: 3/5 W 5:00p 4/1 Tu 5:00p 5/13 Tu 5:00p Wilmington Campus C114 English as a Second Language (ESL) English as a Second Language is designed to provide life and work skills-based group and individualized instruction in reading, writing, speaking, listening, grammar, and vocabulary development in English. Improving English language conversation abilities, increasing student self-confidence, and developing students employment/employability skills are the primary goal of class instruction. Students should bring photo ID with birth date and signature, and be sure they know their complete address. For those 16 or 17, a signed and notarized parental/guardian consent form is required. Students are required to attend a 2-day orientation that will follow the initial registration date. FREE ESL registration dates for spring session: 1/27 M 6:00p 2/17 M 6:00p Wilmington Campus C114 ESL registration dates for summer session: 3/17 M 6:00p 4/14 M 6:00p Wilmington Campus C114 ESL registration date for fall session: 5/19 M 6:00p Wilmington Campus C114 Open Enrollment (ESL) Day and evening ESL classes are also available off-campus. These classes have open enrollment and are conveniently located throughout New Hanover and Pender Counties. Please call for current site locations and schedule. FREE 5

8 Like Us on FACEBOOK Boating Business Marine Captain s License Preparation /7414 This course will provide students with the information necessary to take the US Coast Guard examination for licensing as an Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessels up to 100 gross tons, on inland, near coastal. The examination is then administered upon conclusion of the course. $183, $98 4/28-5/22 MTuWTh 6p-10p Wilmington Campus S hrs Marine Captain s Exam date: 05/27 9a-5p Celstial Navigation /7414 This course will cover the theory and technique of finding one s position at sea through sextant observations of celestial bodies. 1/9-2/20 Th 6p-10p Wilmington Campus S hrs Coastal Navigation /7414 This course provides training in marine piloting and electronic navigation techniques. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate competence in the safe navigation of vessels utilizing and interpreting information obtained from navigational aids. 1/7-2/13 Tu 6p-10p Wilmington Campus S hrs Assistance Towing Endorsement /7414 This 4-hour session is provided for students who have attained, or are in the process of obtaining, their U.S. Coast Guard Captain s or Mate s License for vessels of 200 gross tons or less. This course serves in lieu of taking an Assistance Towing Endorsement examination at any U.S. Coast Guard Regional Examination Center. $73 5/29 Th 6p-10p Wilmington Campus S hrs Bank Teller Training Bank Teller Training is designed to teach the basic functions of the banking industry, define the responsibilities of a teller and to explain and perform a variety of daily transaction procedures. Students will learn to handle checks, process transactions, provide quality customer service, and provide proper bank service. $73 3/31-5/7 MW 6p-8p Wilmington Campus 24 hrs Introduction To Project Management Project Management is the discipline of planning, organizing, securing, managing, leading, and controlling resources to achieve specific goals. This course will provide a basic background into the position of a project manager. The course will align with concepts and terms of the Project Management Institute (PMI). $128 3/11-4/17 TuTh 6p-9p Wilmington Campus 36 hrs QuickBooks Pro 2013 Basic In this hands-on basic/intermediate computer class, you will work with QuickBooks Pro 2013, learn accounting terminology, how to choose the appropriate accounting method, set up a chart of accounts, business checking, savings, and credit accounts. Basic knowledge of Windows and some computer knowledge is required. Pre-registration is required.$78 1/22-2/17 MW 6p-9p BIG Center 24 hrs 4/21-5/14 MW 6p-9p BIG Center 24 hrs QuickBooks Pro Advanced This course is an extension of the basic/ intermediate course and includes additional experience with QuickBooks Pro 2013, accounting terms, choosing the appropriate accounting method, setting up a chart of accounts, business checking, savings, and credit accounts. Pre-requisite is QuickBooks Pro 2010 Basic. Textbook used again from the Basic class. Pre-registration is required. $78 2/26-3/26 MW 6p-9p BIG Center 24 hrs **Effective Summer 2013 Students must 6

9 NEW HANOVER COUNTY COURSES SPRING 2014 Computer training Register at least 24 hours before the start date for all computer classes.** AutoCAD Basic Topics in this basic course include drawing and editing tools, display commands, managing object properties, and CAD construction techniques. No CAD experience is necessary. Knowledge of computer operations is preferred. $78 1/29-2/24 MW 6p-9p North Campus 24 hrs AutoCAD Intermediate This course will continue with more drawing and editing commands, as well as plotting procedures. There will also be an introduction to advanced concepts such as reference files, layouts, and creating symbols. $78 3/5-3/31 MW 6p-9p North Campus 24 hrs AutoCAD Advanced This advanced course will help you create command aliases, customized toolbars, palettes, and ribbon panels. Additional advanced commands include attributes, tables, fields, and annotative elements. $78 4/9-5/5 MW 6p-9p North Campus 24 hrs Computers for Beginners Introductory computer course includes Microsoft Office 2010(Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Keyboarding, and Internet basics including . Some instruction in computer hardware and security issues. Pre-registration is required. $78 1/22-2/17 MW 9a-12p BIG Center 24 hrs Computers and the Job Search This course is designed to assist the unemployed and underemployed in developing a moderate comfort level of computer and keyboarding skills needed when searching and applying for employment. $180 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) 1/7-3/4 TuTh 6p-9p 3/6-5/1 TuTh 6p-9p 5/6-7/1 TuTh 6p-9m Wilmington Campus C hrs 1/7-2/18 TuTh 8:30a-12:30p 2/20-4/3 TuTh 8:30a-12:30p 4/ TuTh 8:30a-12:30p BIG Center T hrs Computers and the Job Search (Taught in Spanish) This course is designed to assist the unemployed and underemployed in developing a moderate comfort level of computer and keyboarding skills needed when searching and applying for employment. $180 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) 2/4-4/1 TuTh 6:30p-9:30p Wilmington Campus 51 hours Foundations of Web Design I Designing for the Web: Learn industry design practices for creating websites while developing skills to use Adobe Photoshop to create, communicate, and share web design concepts. Course covers design concepts including wireframing to layout to graphic design and typography. $78 1/22-2/17 MW 6p-9p BIG Center 24 hrs Foundations of Web Design II Developing for the Web: Learn standards compliant HTML5, CSS3, and Responsive development techniques to build a fully featured mock website. Use Adobe Dreamweaver to learn concepts such as converting a Photoshop layout to a viable web template, and responsive techniques to design for desktop, mobile phones, and tablets. $78 2/26-3/24 MW 6p-9p BIG Center 24 hrs Foundations of Web Design III Practical Web Development: Learn about the tools, services, and technologies available to web developers to get websites up and running. Learn about domain names, hosting, content management systems, scripting frameworks, plugins, blogs, and ecommerce software. $78 4/2-4/28 MW 6p-9p BIG Center 24 hrs LinkedIN for Employment This course is designed to assist unemployed professionals or professionals seeking to improve their employment status with the hottest networking tool available today. Find out what LinkedIN is, how it is used, and how it can assist in employment opportunities. $70 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) 1/27-3/5 MW 3:30p-5:30p Wilmington Campus C hrs 7

10 Like Us on FACEBOOK computer training defensive driving MS Excel 2010 Learn basic Excel skills to include entering text and numbers into cells, formatting and editing worksheets, and working with formulas and functions. $78 2/4-2/27 TuTh 6p-9p BIG Center 24hrs QuickBooks Pro 2013 Basic In this hands-on basic/intermediate computer class, you will work with QuickBooks Pro 2013, learn accounting terminology, how to choose the appropriate accounting method, set up a chart of accounts, business checking, savings, and credit accounts. Basic knowledge of Windows and some computer knowledge is required. Pre-registration is required. $78 1/22-2/17 MW 6p-9p BIG Center 24 hrs 4/21-5/14 MW 6p-9p BIG Center 24 hrs QuickBooks Pro Advanced This course is an extension of the basic/ intermediate course and includes additional experience with QuickBooks Pro 2013, accounting terms, choosing the appropriate accounting method, setting up a chart of accounts, business checking, savings, and credit accounts. Pre-requisite is QuickBooks Pro 2010 Basic. Textbook used again from the Basic class. Preregistration is required. $78 2/26-3/26 MW 6p-9p BIG Center 24 hrs Defensive Driving 4-Hour or This four-hour course is offered in conjunction with the District Attorney s Office in New Hanover and Pender Counties. Anyone receiving a moving traffic citation that did not result in an accident may be eligible to take the course. Upon successful completion of the course, a moving violation may be submitted to DMV as a non-moving violation. The course is also open to the public for self-improvement. Call for dates and seating availability. $55 M 9a-1p W 6p-10p Th (once per month) 6p-10p BIG Center T-102 4hrs Sa 8a-12p Wilmington Campus A415 4hrs M (once per month) Burgaw Center 4 hrs 6p-10p Defensive Driving 8-Hour or This course is offered two times per month on Saturdays only. It is an eight-hour defensive driving couse offered for repeat offenders, or for excessive speed offenders. For traffic offenders, permission must be obtained from the District Attorney s Office in New Hanover or Pender Counties in order to attend. The course is also open to the public for self-improvement. Call for dates and seating availability. $105 Sa 8a-5p Wilmington Campus S317 8 hrs or This course is designed to teach defensive driving techniques to students ages 16 to 25 with a traffic citation. For traffic offenders, permission must be obtained from the District Attorney s Office in New Hanover or Pender Counties in order to attend. The course is also open to the public for self-improvement. Call for dates and seating availability. $55 Tu 6p-10p BIG Center T102 4 hrs Motorcycle Rider Course or Offered an average of three times per month. This course reviews basic fundamentals for students to develop capabilities to become safer and more responsible motorcyclists. It provides the opportunity for students to learn the physical and mental skills important for operating a motorcycle. Students will use state-provided motorcycles. Friday will be a classroom session, and the following two Sundays will be motorcycle exercises, and then skills testing. Prerequisites: Sudents must be 16 years of age, or older. Must have a driver s license, permit or ID, and must be able to ride a bicycle. Call for dates and seating availability. $130 F 6p-10p Su 8a-6p Su 8a-6p North Campus NC hrs 8

11 NEW HANOVER COUNTY COURSES SPRING 2014 Ems employability skills EMT Initial or or This course prepares the student to take the North Carolina Office of EMS, or National Registry EMT- Basic credentialing exam. The course meets the requirements set forth by these agencies, teaching the student care and treatment of pre-hospital medical emergencies. All EMT courses have an online component, so Internet access is required. Prerequisites: High School diploma or GED, copies of education diploma (or reading and math test scores), and driver s license must be submitted during registration, which is the first class meeting. Those affiliated with a municipal fire department, law enforcement agency, or EMS agency may be exempt from the registration fee, but not insurance fee. $180 + $61.50 (one money order for total amount of $ required) 1/7-5/13 TuTh 6p-10p North Campus NA hrs 2/3-5/13 MTuTh 9a-1p North Campus NA hrs EMT CME or or This course provides the EMT or Medical Responder continuing medical education (CME) hours toward maintaining their credential. Prerequisites: Current North Carolina EMT, or Medical Responder credential. Those affiliated with a municipal fire department, law enforcement agency, or EMS agency may be exempt from the registration fee, but not insurance fee. $70 TBD Online Intermediate (AEMT) or or This course prepares the student to take the North Carolina Office of EMS, or National Registry Intermediate(AEMT) credentialing exam. The course meets the requirements set forth by these agencies, teaching the student care and treatment of pre-hospital medical emergencies. All EMS courses have an online component, so Internet access is required. There will be required Saturday classes. Prerequisites: High School diploma or GED, reading comprehension, sentence skill and math proficiency scores on the CFCC placement exam, and driver s license must be submitted during registration, which is the first class meeting. Those affiliated with a municipal fire department, law enforcement agency, or EMS agency may be exempt from the registration fee, but not the insurance fee. $180 + $61.50 (one money order for total amount of $ required) 1/27 - TBD MTh 6p-10p North Campus NA hrs Computers and the Job Search This course is designed to assist the unemployed and underemployed in developing a moderate comfort level of computer and keyboarding skills needed when searching and applying for employment. $180 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) 1/7-3/4 TuTh 6p-9p 3/6-5/1 TuTh 6p-9p 5/6-7/1 TuTh 6p-9m Wilmington Campus C hrs 1/7-2/18 TuTh 8:30a-12:30p 2/20-4/3 TuTh 8:30a-12:30p 4/ TuTh 8:30a-12:30p BIG Center T hrs Computers and the Job Search (Taught in Spanish) This course is designed to assist the unemployed and underemployed in developing a moderate comfort level of computer and keyboarding skills needed when searching and applying for employment. $180 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) 2/4-4/1 TuTh 6:30p-9:30p Wilmington Campus 51 hours Get That Job Now! Finding Employment Tired of looking for work with no luck? This course is designed to teach individuals the importance of being prepared when entering the job market. Course work will include students assessing their strengths and weaknesses and developing a sense of empowerment during their journey toward employment. In addition, employability skills such as resume writing, filling out a job application correctly, both online and manually, and interviewing are covered. $125 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) 2/11-3/13 TuTh 8:30a-2:00p BIG Center T hrs 9

12 Like Us on FACEBOOK employability skills LinkedIN for Employment This course is designed to assist unemployed professionals or professionals seeking to improve their employment status with the hottest networking tool available today. Find out what LinkedIN is, how it is used, and how it can assist in employment opportunities. $70 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) 1/27-3/5 MW 3:30p-5:30p Wilmington Campus C hrs Money Woes? Make it Work! Bills piling up? Money in short supply? Find out how to manage your money so it doesn t manage you. Topics will include banking services, credit card pitfalls, and budgeting your household. $125 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) 2/18-3/20 TuTh 9a-12p Wilmington Campus C hrs Resume Workshop This is an open-entry/open-exit course designed to give students the confidence to apply for positions with a resume suited for the type of employment they are pursuing. Course work will include assisting students in creating a style of resume that will best enhance their employment and education history. The Career Ready 101 program will be included in the material. Specifically the Effective Resume component. A resume presentation is given at the beginning of each session. $180 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) 1/8-5/14 W 9a-1p Wilmington Campus C hrs Starting Brand You Have you always wanted to control your own destiny? Learn to run your career like a business. This is a career and life skill-development course that teaches retention, time management, motivation, and self-marketing in the workplace. The class sessions are designed to build selfconfidence, teach students how to gain assets to move up the career ladder, leave a professional impression, goal setting, balancing priorities, and transition to the world of work. 1/27-3/3 M 6p-9p Wilmington Campus T hours Career Readiness Certification Job Seekers Lab/CRC , Are you looking for employment or changing careers? Earn your Career Readiness Certificate, a proven credential recognized nationally and within North Carolina that shows employers you have the skills to be successful. The program is flexible attend when you can, complete training modules in the lab or online from home. Instructors are available to work one on one in this open-entry/open-exit lab. $180 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) Tu 9a-6p W 1p-5p Th 9a-3p Wilmington Campus C hrs Career Pathways Academies Customer Service Academy This is a 7-week introductory program that will provide students with an overview of all aspects of customer service and sales before, during and after a purchase. The course will assist in teaching proper workplace phone etiquette, business networking, and other skills needed in overall sales process engineering. Students will learn job hunting and have the opportunity to obtain a Career Readiness Certification. $70 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) 2/5-3/19 W 9a-12p TuTh 8:30a-2p Wilmington Campus T-building 124 hrs Health Professions Overview This is a 7-week introductory program that will provide students an overview of several allied health professions, such as Nurse, Nurse Aide, EMT, Phlebotomist, Radiologist, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Dental Assistant and Dental Hygienist. Students will be introduced to basic medical terminology as well as anatomy and physiology. Students will learn job hunting and have the opportunity to obtain a Career Readiness Certificate. $175 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) TBD Office Administration Academy This is a 7-week introductory program that will provide students with an overview of all aspects of the office environment, including computer, customer service, business writing, and other skills needed in the workplace. Students will learn job hunting and money management skills, and have the opportunity to obtain a Career Readiness Certification. $175 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) 2/10-3/28 MTuWThF 8:30a-2p Wilmington Campus T-Bldg 194 hrs Skilled Trades Academy This is a 9-week introductory program that will provide students with an overview of skills such as carpentry, electrical wiring, masonry, plumbing and HVAC as potential career paths. Students will learn job hunting and money management skills, and have the opportunity to obtain a Career Readiness Certificate. Course offerings subject to change from semester to semester so call for a list of the specific trades offered. $175 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) 2/24-4/25 MTuWThF 8:30a-3p Wilmington Campus V-Bldg 170 hrs Fees are subject to change without notice based on state mandates, insurance provider policies, and other reasons which may be beyond the control of the College. 10

13 NEW HANOVER COUNTY COURSES SPRING 2014 HEALTH PROFESSIONS Activities Director Basic This course is designed for Activity Professionals. Students will learn to recognize appropriate activity delivery based upon resident life skills, plan group, individual and independent activities based upon individual strengths, interest or needs, develop a variety of programs to meet resident life skills, have an awareness of individual needs as they impact group delivery, become aware of types of group programs offered and where to find them, develop a philosophy statement for activities theory, plan a calendar of events to meet collective life skills and styles of resident population, implement programs to include all levels of resident participation, and plan and implement programs for volunteer involvement. 1/14-3/11 TuTh 6p-9p Wilmington Campus 60 hrs Clinical Research Overview This course is for professionals who may want to consider a career as a Clinical Research Associate in the rapidly growing pharmaceutical industry. Your instructors are professionals in the pharmaceutical development profession and will share their insights from their days as CRA s. Recommended: Professional degree and/or experience in health care or related clinical areas or professional science degree. $128 2/11-3/20 TuTh 6p-8:30p Wilmington Campus 30 hrs Health Professions Overview This is a 7-week introductory program that will provide students an overview of several allied health professions, such as Nurse, Nurse Aide, EMT, Phlebotomist, Radiologist, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Dental Assistant and Dental Hygienist. Students will be introduced to basic medical terminology as well as anatomy and physiology. Students will learn job hunting and have the opportunity to obtain a Career Readiness Certificate. $175 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) TBD medical coding This program is designed to teach fundamental coding skills for an outpatient physician setting and to prepare the student to take the AAPC CPC exam for a career in medical coding. The program consists for four courses taken sequentially. The first three classes span three semesters (1 year.) The fourth class is a prep course for the Certification Exam and is generally taken two Saturdays prior to the Certification Exam. All courses except the exam prep are offered in both seated and online sections. All new students must start with Medical Terminology/Anatomy & Physiology for the Medical Office. In order to bypass the first course, the student must have successfully completed equivalent coursework within the past 5 years or currently work as an RN, LPN or medical doctor. This exception is granted only with prior approval by the Program Director. Medical Coding Program Information Sessions are run several times during the semester. Contact , cfcc.edu for dates/times. Medical Terminology and Anatomy & Physiology for the Medical Office (Seated) This course will satisfy both prerequisites for the Introduction to Medical Coding course. Student will learn the body systems as well as the spelling, pronunciation, and meaning of medical terms. $183 1/9-4/15 TuTh 6p-9:30p BIG Center 98 hrs Medical Terminology and Anatomy & Physiology for the Medical Office (Online) This course will satisfy both prerequisites for the Introduction to Medical Coding course. Student will learn the body systems as well as the spelling, pronunciation, and meaning of medical terms. $185 1/9-4/15 TuTh 6p-9:30p Online 98 hrs Introduction to Medical Coding (Seated) This course teaches fundamental coding skills using the most up-to-date information relating to CPT, ICD-9-CM Vols. 1&2, ICD-10-CM Vols. 1&2, and HCPCS Level II coding. Prerequisites: Medical Terminology/Anatomy & Physiology. $183 1/9-4/24 TuTh 6p-9:30p BIG Center hrs Introduction to Medical Coding (Online) This course teaches fundamental coding skills using the most up-to-date information relating to CPT, ICD-9-CM Vols. 1&2, ICD-10-CM Vols. 1&2, and HCPCS Level II coding. Prerequisites: Medical Terminology/Anatomy & Physiology. $185 1/9-4/24 TuTh 6p-9:30p Online hrs Advanced Medical Coding (Seated) Topics include additional practice with ICD9/ICD10 Coding, HCPCS, and CPT Coding. This course will help students build the in-depth understanding and critical thinking skills essention to coding. $183 1/13-4/21 MW 6p-9:30p BIG Center 98 hrs Advanced Medical Coding (Online) Topics include additional practice with ICD9/ICD10 Coding, HCPCS, and CPT Coding. This course will help students build the in-depth understanding and critical thinking skills essention to coding. $185 1/13-4/21 MW 6p-9:30p BIG Center 98 hrs Medical Coding Certification Exam Prep (Seated) An intense review of materials to prepare the student to take the AAPC CPC exam. Includes practice tests. Prerequisite: Advanced Medical Coding. $73 TBA Two Saturdays 9a-5p Downtown Wilmington 16 hrs 11

14 Like Us on FACEBOOK medical coding Anatomy & Physiology Refresher (Seated) (NEW) This course is designed to provide working medical professionals with a review of medical terminology, advanced anatomy and pathophysiology training, and advanced understanding of clinical specificity requirements of ICD-10- CM. This course does NOT satisfy the prerequisite requirement for the Intro to Medical Coding classes for the Medical Coding Program. $128 1/13-4/21 M 6p-9:30p (last class 6-8:30p) BIG Center 48 hrs ICD-10: Steps to Transition ICD-9 to ICD-10 (NEW) This course will prepare medical office personnel to assess and develop a plan for transitioning your office to ICD-10. $99 TBA ICD-10: Proficiency Assessment Exam Prep (NEW) Students will practice and prepare for taking the ICD-10 Proficiency Assessment AAPC Exam. Prerequisite: CPC Certification or equivalent. $73 TBA two Saturdays 9a-5p Downtown Wilmington 16 hrs Fundamentals of ICD-10 Coding (NEW) This course is designed for health care providers and office personnel who will be required to use ICD10 codes effective October 1, Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of ICD-9. $73 TBA two Saturdays 9a-5p Downtown Wilmington 16 hrs nurse aide Program *Nurse Aide Level I and Nurse Aide Level II Registration* 1/7/14 Tu 9a-5p Wilmington Campus, Allied Health Building, L315. Students should bring all required paperwork listed, and a money order for the course in which they plan to enroll. Payment to be made at registration by money order only. Nurse Aide Level I or This course teaches direct patient care geared towards students who are entering the health care field at the basic level. This course prepares students for state competency testing. Prerequisites: High School diploma or GED, or CASAS reading and math proficiency tests, copy of education diploma (or reading and math test scores), college ID, driver s license, and Social Security card. $198 (money order) 1/13-5/7 MW 5p-10p Wilmington Campus L Bldg 180 hrs *Clinical rotations will be held MTuW* 1/13-5/6 TuTh 12p-5p Wilmington Campus L Bldg 180 hrs *Clinical rotations will be held TuWTh* 1/11-5/3 SaSu 8a-3:30p Wilmington Campus L Bldg 180 hrs *Class will be on Sa only 1/13-2/22 Beginning 3/1, classes and clinical rotations will be held on SaSu thru 5/3* Fast Track Nurse Aide Level I Course or This is an accelerated Nurse Aide Level I course, designed to be completed in a shorter time frame than traditional CFCC Nurse Aide Level I courses. $198 (money order) 1/13-3/5 MTuWTh 8a 2:30p 3/17-5/7 MTuWTh 8a 2:30p Wilmington Campus L Bldg 180 hrs *Clinical rotations will be held MTuWTh* Nurse Aide Level I Refresher or This course is designed solely as a review of the knowledge to perform personal care skills in various health care settings by students who previously obtained successful completion of an accredited Nurse Aide Level I course. Prerequisites: high school diploma or GED, and completed a North Carolina Department of Health accredited Nurse Aide I training course of at least 75 hours. 1/11-2/15 Sa 9a-3p 3/1-4/5 Sa 9a-3p Wilmington Campus L Bldg 36 hrs Nurse Aide Level II or This course teaches direct patient care geared towards students who are seeking training in the health care field at a more advanced level. Prerequisites: Proof of being listed on the NC Nurse Aide I Registry. $198 (money order) 1/14-5/1 TuTh 4p-9p Wilmington Campus L Bldg 160 hrs Clinical rotations will be held TuTh Nurse Aide Level II Refresher (with Competency Assessment) (NEW) or *The Refresher with Competency Assessment is only available for those NA 12

15 NEW HANOVER COUNTY COURSES SPRING 2014 nurse aide Program II who have an expired NA II listing, and meet all eligibility requirements listed below. The NA II is eligible for Refresher and Competency Assessment in one of two ways: The NA II must have worked at least eight hours for compensation during the past 24 months, performing nursing care activities under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. The NA II must have no substantiated findings of abuse, neglect, or missappropriation of funds on the DHSR Nurse Aide Registry. The NA II has had a continuous period of 24 months, during which nursing care activities were not performed for monitary compensation, but patient care activities were performed for compensation. NOTE: If a NA II does not meet either of the above criteria, an entire NA II course must be completed. Refresher with Competency Assessments can be arranged by appointment beginning 1/7/14. Refresher with Competency Assessments will be held Tu or Th, 9a-3p. $100 (money order) Substance Abuse Substance Abuse Counseling Program This program is made up of 3 individual courses designed to provide the 270 hours of training required to become a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor. Additional requirements for becoming a CSAC, such as supervision and clinical experience, will be the responsibility of the student. The courses are approved by the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board (NCSAPPB). For additional information regarding the requirements to become a CSAC, go to Substance Abuse Counseling # This course provides an overview of generally accepted and scientifically backed counseling strategies. The role Substance Abuse of the counselor as the facilitator and guide in the therapeutic process will be emphasized. 12 step recovery facilitation will be examined. A majority of the knowledge in the 8 Practice Domains of a Substance Abuse Counselor: 1)Client Evaluation, 2)Treatment Planning, 3) Referral, 4)Service Coordination, 5) Counseling, 6)Client, Fmaily and Community Education, 7)Documentation, and 8)Professional and Ethical Responsibilities. $183 1/6-4/28 MW 6p-9p Wilmington Campus 96 hrs Substance Abuse Counseling #3 (hybrid) Course provides an overview of generally accepted and scientifically backed programs of recovery for a variety of special populations with substance abuse issues. The role of the counselor working within a team framework of professionals will be emphasized. Students will gaim familiarity with pharmacological, medical and counseling resources to be used in an inter-disciplinary manner to affect positive treatment outcomes for each special population. Students will attend class on Thursday evenings in a classroom, however will log in online for class on Wednesdays. $188 1/7-5/1 TuTH 6p-9p & Online Wilmington Campus 96 hrs Peer Support Specialist Training (NEW) This course is designed to train individuals living in recovery with mental illness and/ or substance abuse to provide support to others who can benefit from their lived experiences. This is a 40 hour course utilizing a North Carolina MH/DD/SAS approved curriculum developed by the National Association of Peer Specialists. $128 1/22-1/28 MTuWThF 8a-5p Wilmington Campus 40 hrs 5/7-5/13 MTuWThF 8a-5p Wilmington Campus 40 hrs INSURANCE Insurance Pre-Licensing: Property & Casualty This course will prepare students to take the Insurance License Property & Casualty exam. Handbook provided by instructor. Calculator required during classes. $128 1/27-1/31 MTuWThF 9a-6p 2/3 M Pretest 9a-11:30a BIG Center 40 hrs Insurance Pre-Licensing: Life & Health This course will prepare students to take the Insurance License Life & Health exam. Handbook provided by instructor. Calculator required during classes. $128 2/17-2/21 MTuWThF 9a-6p 2/24 M Pretest 9a-11:30a BIG Center 40 hrs Insurance Pre-Licensing: Medicare Supplement/Long-Term Care This course will prepare students to take the Insurance License Medicare Supplement/Long-Term Care exam. Handbook provided by instructor. Calculator required during classes. $73 3/4 Tu 9a-6p 3/5 W 9-12, and Pretest 1-230p BIG Center 11 hrs 13

16 LANGUAGE ARTS Like Us on FACEBOOK Performing arts 14 English Grammar & Writing Principles Designed for individuals who are not native English speakers, this class is for students who are proficient in English but need to advance their skills to obtain employment/ promotion, or prepare for the TOEFL exam. Build your skills in grammar, writing, vocabulary/spelling, and speaking. $128 2/4-4/29 TuTh 7p-9p Wilmington Campus 50 hrs Speak Spanish for Medical Professionals 1 This course is to prepare medical professionals (doctors, nurses, nursing and medical assistants) to better communicate with their Spanish-speaking patients. $73 2/3-3/12 MW 6p-8p BIG Center 24 hrs Speak Spanish for Medical Office Personnel 1 This course is to prepare medical office personnel (front desk, appointments, billing/insurance, medical records) to better communicate with their Spanishspeaking patients. $73 3/17-4/23 MW 6p-8p BIG Center 24 hrs Sign Language I Learn simple vocabulary and sentences to communicate more effectively with deaf and hearing impaired customers, friends, or family. $73 1/27-2/19 MW 6p-9p BIG Center 24 hrs Sign Language II Expand your vocabulary and signs for further proficiency, especially for a classroom or workplace setting. $128 3/3-4/9 MW 6p-9p BIG Center 36 hrs Italian for Travelers , Learn to speak one of the most romantic languages on earth! Course covers topics essential to travelers as well as serious beginners. $78 3/4-3/27 TuTh 6p-9p Wimington Campus 24 hrs LAW ENFORCEMENT In-Service Law Enforcement Officer Continuing Education Courses are available for sworn law enforcement officers affiliated with an existing law enforcement agency. Tuition varies if not fee-waived. Call or for additional information. NC Certified Paralegal Exam Prep This course is a comprehensive review and an excellent opportunity to earn required CPE hours. Prepare for the North Carolina Certified Paralegal Examination. Topics include: family law, criminal law, civil procedure, contract law, wills and estates, property, and ethics. This course also qualifies for 7 hours of NC State Bar, Board of Paralegal Certification Credit. (6 general hours, 1 hour of ethics) $99 3/15 Sa 9a-5p Wilmington Campus 7 hrs Notary Notary Public Education This course is required by the State of North Carolina in order to apply to become a Notary. All requirements for becoming a Notary are covered in this course. (NO PERSONAL CHECKS) $73 1/7-1/9 TuTh 6p-9:30p 1/21-1/23 TuTh 6p-9:30p 1/28-1/30 TuTh 6p-9:30p 2/4-2/6 TuTh 6p-9:30p 2/18-2/20 TuTh 6p-9:30p 2/25-2/27 TuTh 6p-9:30p 3/4-3/6 TuTh 6p-9:30p 3/18-3/20 TuTh 6p-9:30p 3/25-3/27 TuTh 6p-9:30p 4/1-4/3 TuTh 6p-9:30p 4/15-4/17 TuTh 6p-9:30p 4/29-5/1 TuTh 6p-9:30p 5/6-5/8 TuTh 6p-9:30p Wilmington Campus C hrs Ballroom Dancing Class explores the art of ballroom dancing for fun and fitness. Learn the basic elements and fundamentals in order to strengthen your abilities and confidence. Minimum of 10 students. $73 TBD Wilmington Campus 18 hrs Stand-Up Comedy Always wanted to try it? Gain confidence; get feedback, writing exercises, and the open mike experience. This course is focused on getting you to your first open mike. The course will give you an open forum to try out your material, create new material, gain feedback and overcome performance anxiety. We will also research national/regional stand-up auditions and submissions. Instructor is Brooklin Green. $73 2/7-3/28 Fri 6p-9p Wilmington Campus 24 hrs Comedy Improv & Sketch Be a kid again! Exercise your brain! Learn the basics of Improv, the basis of shows like Saturday Night Live. This class is beneficial for anyone who is interested in gaining confidence, and learning to think creatively/quickly on their feet. The class will also develop group and solo communication and public speaking skills through the improvisation and comedy experience. Those who have benefited from this class range from performers, teachers, business leaders and speakers. $73 2/8-3/29 Sa 10a-1p Wilmington Campus 24 hrs Instructor Biography: Brooklin Green teaches workshops across the U.S. and locally. Her students are constant success stories, from comedy competitions to working professionals. She has a BA in theatre and an MA in communication/ leadership. She is a graduate from the world famous Chicago s Second City Conservatory. She has appeared in festivals all over the US and has been teaching workshops for various institutions for over 10 years.

17 NEW HANOVER COUNTY COURSES SPRING 2014 digital photography Basic Digital Photography DSLR This is the first course in the digital photography series for DSLR only. This class does not cover point and shoot cameras. Topics include: understanding the manual, basic camera settings, lighting concepts, etc. Students must bring camera to class. Prerequisites: None. $78 1/14-2/6 TuTh 6p-9p North Campus 24 hrs Beyond Basic Digital Photography I This course is designed to build upon and amplify the last six hours of the Basic Digital Photography II DSLR class. Topics covered: learn the value of interchangeable lenses, explore all camera features using hands on activities, and use the Adobe Photoshop software as a creative tool. $133 2/18-4/15 TuTh 6p-9p North Campus 50 hrs Photoshop for Photographers This course is designed for photographers who wish to edit digital files using the tools in the traditional work space. Prerequisites: Previous computer and photography experience, and a thorough knowledge of how to process RAW files in the RAW file converter. $78 4/22-5/15 TuTh 6p-9p North Campus 24 hrs Beyond Basic Digital Photography II This course is designed to build upon Beyond Basic I. Topics include creative use of blur, Recognize and control contrast, understand color balance and RAW. Prerequisites: Completion of Basic Digital Photography II-DSLR, Beyond Basic Digital Photography I. $133 1/13-3/10 MW 6p-9p North Campus 50 hrs Digital Applications & Principles Learn to address complicated lighting requirements and difficult composition situations in order to achieve a desired result. Prerequisites: Completion of Basic Digital Photography II-DSLR, Beyond Basic Digital Photography I & II. $133 3/17-5/19 MW 6p-9p North Campus 50 hrs Digital Photography Field and Location (coming Summer 2014) This is an advanced digital photography course that gives the student who has completed the first four courses of the Digital Photography Series the opportunity to develop field experience and skills in on-location shooting. Prerequisites: Basic Digital Photography II-DSLR, Beyond Basic Digital Photography I and II, and Digital Applications & Photographic Principles. Two sections are being offered. $133 TBA North Campus 50 hrs safety training Aviation Ground School This course provides Instruction in general airplane knowledge, weather, regulations, and flight planning. Course prepares Individuals to successfully complete training and receive the F.A.A. Private Pilot license. Minimum of twelve students. $183 1/13-3/26 MW 6p-10p North Campus 72 hrs safety training Auto Safety Control Inspection Certification This course prepares auto technicians and service personnel as safety and emission inspectors for motor vehicles. It includes regulations and test inspection procedures and is taught to insure that the student understands the rules and regulations can inspect a vehicle properly and can successfully pass qualification exams for certification as a safety and emission inspector at a licensed inspection station. (NO PERSONAL CHECKS; ONLY EXACT CASH, MONEY ORDER or BUSINESS CHECKS accepted.) $73 1/6-1/8 MW 6p-10p 2/3-2/5 MW 6p-10p 3/3-3/5 MW 6p-10p 4/7-4/9 MW 6p-10p 5/5-5/7 MW 6p-10p Wilmington Campus F110 8 hrs Auto Safety & OBD Emission Inspection Certification This course is designed to prepare auto technicians and service personnel as OBD emission inspectors for motor vehicles. Course topics include regulations and test inspection procedures required by the NC DMV Enforcement Section OBD emission inspectors. Upon completion a student should understand the rules, regulations and procedures for OBD emission inspections, be able to inspect a vehicle properly and be prepared to sit for the state certification exam. (NO PERSONAL CHECKS accepted) $73 1/14-1/16 TuTh 6p-10p 1/27-1/29 MW 6p-10p 2/11-2/13 TuTh 6p-10p 2/18-2/20 TuTh 6p-10p 2/24-2/26 MW 6p-10p 3/10-3/12 MW 6p-10p 3/25-3/27 TuTh 6p-10p 4/1-4/3 TuTh 6p-10p 4/15-4/17 TuTh 6p-10p 4/28-4/30 MW 6p-10p 5/13-5/15 TuTh 6p-10p Wilmington Campus F110 8 hrs 15

18 Like Us on FACEBOOK Service industry Skilled Trades Barbering This is a comprehensive program made up of three 560-hour courses to provide training for individuals who are interested in becoming licensed barbers. The course will provide instruction and clinical practice in all aspects of barbering. Barbering students must complete 1528 hours to apply to the North Carolina Board of Barbering Examiners. Student must have a high school diploma, GED or a Career Readiness Certification (CRC) before registering for this program. $195 + Student Kit (Day Program) 1/3-4/29 MTuWTh 8a-4:15p Emerald Square 420 hrs (Evening Program) 1/22-5/22 MTuWThF 5p-10p Emerald Square 420 hrs Becoming a Successful Event Planner , This popular course is designed to instruct students in the planning coordination of special events, meetings, and conventions. Topics will include event design and objectives, program planning, food and beverage catering, vendors, and other resources available to assist with coordination of major events. Course will also provide information for students beginning or enhancing their own commercial event planning business and for those who have the responsibility of planning special events for their employer, family, church or other organization. The instructor is a professional event planner with many years of experience. $73 2/20-4/10 Th 6p-9p Wilmington Campus 24 hrs Manicuring , This is a comprehensive course to provide training for individuals who are interested in becoming registered manicurist. The course will provide instruction and clinical practice in manicuring, nail building and pedicuring. Manicurist students must complete 300 hours to apply to the State Board of Cosmetic Arts for examination. $198 + Student Kit 1/14-5/8 MTuWTh 5p-10p North Campus 330 hrs Serv Safe Food , This is the in-class seated version of a basic food sanitation course. It is an important certification for students in food service. The goal is to pass the ServSafe test, given on the last night of class. This course can also be scheduled for an individual company with a minimum of 10 students. $73 1/27-2/4 MTu 5p-9p Wilmington Campus 16 hrs Serv Safe Food (hybrid) , This is the online version of a basic food sanitation course. It is an important certification for students in food service. The goal is to pass the ServSafe test, given on the last night of class. Students MUST attend the first night of class and the final night (when the proctored exam is given). This course can also be scheduled for an individual company with a minimum of 10 students. $78 4/8 Mandatory orientation 6p-7p 4/9-4/21 Online 4/22 Proctored Exam 6p-9p Wilmington Campus 16 hrs HVAC/R - Introduction , This course provides a basic introduction to HVAC/R. Topics include the refrigeration cycle, familiarization with HVAC/R equipment, field practices, shop practices, and protocols. $128 + book 2/1-4/26 Sa 8:30a-12:30p Wilmington Campus 48 hrs Skilled Trades Academy This is a 9-week introductory program that will provide students with an overview of skills such as carpentry, electrical wiring, masonry, plumbing and HVAC as potential career paths. Students will learn job hunting and money management skills, and have the opportunity to obtain a Career Readiness Certificate. Course offerings subject to change from semester to semester so call for a list of the specific trades offered. $175 (tuition waived if HRD eligible) 2/24-4/25 MTuWThF 8:30a-3p Wilmington Campus V-Bldg 170 hrs 16

19 NEW HANOVER COUNTY COURSES SPRING 2014 Skilled Trades Small Gasoline Engine Repair This course is designed to provide the student with hands-on knowledge of small gasoline engine repairs. The student will learn how to completely disassemble engines and check for problems on a variety of small engines. Students will need to bring their desired small engine to repair. Upon completion students will be able to repair and explain operating principles of engines, name major parts of engines, work safely in the shop. (NO PERSONAL CHECKS) Need at least 8 students. $73 1/11-2/1 Sa 9a-3:30p Wilmington Campus W hrs Solar Fundamentals Learn the basics of solar PV and solar thermal systems in this 39 hour course. This introductory level course will provide basic instruction and training for students who wish to pursue entry level career opportunities in solar PV / solar thermal installations. Students will be instructed on the installation, function, and repair of solar systems. Students will also understand the core principles of solar as they apply to site analysis, system performance, and installation services. Students will be trained to safely install the associated equipment, i.e., panels and racking. The course utilizes lecture/ demonstration, class discussion, and physical lab. The course is also full of useful information for the individual who is considering solar PV or solar thermal for their own home. $128 3/26-5/7 MW 6p-9p North Campus 39 hrs Small BUsiness Center SMALL BUSINESS CENTER or The Small Business Center is a provider of education, high-quality/low-cost training, and referrals developed to increase the success rate and number of viable small businesses in Pender and New Hanover County. The following services are provided: CLASSES/SEMINARS: Targeted to prospective & existing small business owners. COUNSELING: Free confidential one-on-one business and technology counseling REFERENCE LIBRARY: Access to our Reference Library is available by appointment and includes Internet Access, business planning, web-editing, and accounting software, marketing/website videos, and business books. Registration Information: Only on-line registrations are now being accepted. Register for our seminars online at and click on SEMINAR REGISTRATION or Call for assistance. If payment is required, students can pay online by credit or debit card. Monthly Business Coaching Clinic Monthly business coaching clinics on different business related topics to help small business owners run their businesses more profitably. FREE 5 sessions on 1/6, 2/3, 3/10, 4/7 and 5/5/14. 1/6-5/5 M 6p-8p Wilmington Campus L107 2 hrs Avoid the Most Common Federal & State Tax Mistakes (NEW) This seminar will be conducted by a CPA tax specialist and provide information regarding tax implications for starting a small business both on a federal and state level. FREE 1/9 Th 6p-8p Wilmington Campus L107 2 hrs Build Your Own Web Site Workshop In today s world, every business needs a web site. A good one can be your best sales tool. Web site development can be costly but necessary if you need one with all of the bells and whistles, but there are programs and tools that will allow you to build your web site for very little money. Come at sit at a computer and learn how to build your own. Limit 20. FREE 1/14 Tu 6p-8p Wilmington Campus T100 2 hrs The Best Businesses To Start Now How does a potential new small business owner learn which of the hundreds of potential small businesses he should consider? This seminar discusses many factors about deciding which business to consider. FREE 1/23 Th 6p-9p Wilmington Campus L hrs Fifteen Common Mistakes That Will Undermine Any Business Small businesses are especially vulnerable to mistakes. Learn some of the most common mistakes small businesses make and how to avoid them. FREE 1/30 Th 6p-9p Wilmington Campus L107 3 hrs How To Start A Successful Lawncare/ Landscaping Business If you are considering starting a lawncare business, this seminar will help you get off to a good start. It is taught by a successful 17

20 Like Us on FACEBOOK Small BUsiness Center entrepreneur who has been there, done that. FREE 2/4 Tu 6p-9p Wilmington Campus L107 3 hrs Human Relations Issues For Your Small Business Learn about the personnel/human relations issues you need to understand as a business owner such as employee handbooks, disciplinary/hiring/firing policies, basic benefits, sexual harassment, wage guidelines, etc. FREE 2/6 Th 6p-9p Wilmington Campus L107 3 hrs Insurance Issues for Your Small Business Having the correct insurance on yourself and your small business will help you sleep better at night. Learn about the Insurances issues you should know when you own a small business. FREE 2/13 Th 6p-8p Wilmington Campus L107 2 hrs Creative Marketing in Today s Environment This seminar addresses the marketing issues a company faces in difficult economic times and ways to overcome them. FREE 2/19 W 6p-9p Wilmington Campus L107 3 hrs MS OFFICE 2010 For Your Small Business MS Office offers many tools to help improve your small business. Most people don t know how to fully utilize them. This 5 part course is designed to increase your knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and finally using them all together. Take them all or individually. Students must have a working knowledge of MS Office. This is not an introductory course. FREE. LIMIT 24. 3/4: Word 3/11: Excel 3/18: Power Point 3/25: Publisher 4/1: Using Them Together 3/4-4/1 Tu 3p-5:30p BIG Center T hrs Intro To Social Media For Small Business: Facebook, Twitter, & Linked In Basics If you are a small business and not advertising via social media, you may be missing some great opportunities. Learn about the basics at this seminar. FREE 3/4 Tu 6p-8:30p Wilmington Campus L hrs Inventions, Patents, Trademarks & Copyrights-The Basics Legal issues surrounding a small business invention, patent, trademark or copyright are often confusing but import to the success of your business. Learn the ins and outs of these issues at this seminar. FREE 3/11 Tu 6p-8p Wilmington Campus L hrs How To Start A Non-Profit Organization Starting a Non-Profit Organization has many of the same issues as starting a regular for profit business, but with some very important differences and requirements. Learn the basics at this informative seminar. FREE 3/13 Th 6p-9p Wilmington Campus L107 3 hrs Blogging: Setting Up Your First (or second) Blog Using Wordpress Do you know how to create and maintain a blog? This seminar will introduce you to the technical aspects of creating and writing a blog using Wordpress. FREE 3/18 Tu 6p-8:30p Wilmington Campus L107 2 hrs. How To Finance Your Small Business Our area SBA senior manager and a local commercial loan officer will review the current guidelines and requirements a potential borrower must meet to qualify for a small business loan. FREE 3/20 Th 6p-8p Wilmington Campus L107 2 hrs Fund Raising Basics For Non-Profits Raising money is always an important task for non-profit organzations. Fund raising as one method but carries with it many rules and regulations to follow to do it legally. Learn about this to get it right every time. FREE 3/27 Th 6p-9p Wilmington Campus L107 3 hrs Introduction to Quick Books Pro This seminar is designed for business owners who do not use Quick Books but would like to learn more about the program and how it could be used to better manage their businesses. It is introductory in nature and not a hands-on computer workshop. 4/1 Tu 6p-8:30p Wilmington Campus L107 2 hrs Writing Business Plans with Business Plan Pro Looking for a loan? A business plan doesn t have to be 30 pages long to be effective! Learn about the key components that will help you think more strategically about your business including identifying your target market, what differentiates you from your competition, financials and more. FREE Students must bring a flash drive to save their work. 4/4 F 8:30a-4:30p BIG Center T100 7 hrs 18

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