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2 Midland College Continuing Education Course Schedule TABLE OF CONTENTS Community Programs Ai Chi... 5 Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Class... 5 Ballroom... 4 Bridge (Beginning & Advanced)... 8 Celts... 8 Concealed Handgun... 8 Concurrent - (ESL)... 4 Country & Western Dance I & II... 5 Couponing Deep Water Aerobics for Multiple Sclerosis... 5 Developmental Reading I & II... 4 Digital Photography... 9 Fabulous Faux... 9 Golf (The Basics)... 8 Hot Yoga... 7 Hunter Safety Education... 9 Instant Guitar...10 Instant Piano...10 Kickbox/Circuit Class... 6 Line Dancing... 4 Online Courses...13 Online Sewing/Pattern Drafting I...10 Opera Oral Communication... 4 Permian Basin Perspectives Private Music Lessons R.A.D... 7 Reading & Vocabulary... 4 Retirement Planning Today Salsa Dance... 5 Scots-Irish History...10 Shallow Water Aerobics... 6 Singles Mixer... 5 Spanish for Beginners... 4 Swing... 5 Tae Kwon Do/Mixed Martial Arts... 7 Tai Chi (Beginner Series)... 6 Total Body Conditioning... 6 Yoga... 6 Yoga Bootcamp... 6 Yoga/Pilates Fusion... 7 You re On The Air (How to Really Make It In Voice-Overs!) Zumba... 7 Health Science Courses Anatomy & Physiology...14 Health & Hygiene...14 Hydrotherapy...14 Massage Therapy Certification I...14 Massage Therapy I...14 Nurse Aide For Health Care Organizations I...15 Pharmacy Technician Review...15 Phlebotomy...15 Certification courses Child Care 8 Hour Pre-Service Training...16 CPR American Heart Association Basic Life Support...16 Online Courses Anatomy and Physiology Review...16 Medical Transcription...16 Microbiology Refresher/Review...16 OSHA Workplace Safety Training...16 Re-Entry Nursing Update / Refresher...16 PPDC An Overview of Oil and Gas Production...18 Complex Well Core Competency Oilfield Terminology...17 Petroleum Geology for Non-Geologists...18 Remediation and Restoration of Hydrocarbon and Brine Contaminated Soils...17 The Oilfield from Planning to Plugging...18 Understanding and Filing of Railroad Commission Forms and Procedures...17 What is Gas Proration and Why?...17 An Introduction to Coiled Tubing...19 Basic Oilfield Operations Training...19 Managing Sucker Rod Lift Well Failures...18 Well Service and Workover Pressure Control...19 Economic Evaluation Before Tax Methods...19 PHDWin...19 Exploring for Missed Pay in Old Wells Using DST Data...20 Introduction to Log Interpretation and Quality...20 Log Analysis of Shaly Sandstones...20 Quick Guide to Carbonate Well Log Analysis with Flow Chart, Case Studies and Problems...20 Well Control School...20 All Topo Maps - General Software Training...21 Computer Plotting of Legal Descriptions for the Layman...21 Delay Rentals, Shut In Royalties, and Lease Administration...21 Internet Resources for Land Professionals...22 Land and Leasing - Oil and Gas...22 Oil and Gas 101 for Land Professionals...21 Oil and Gas Contract Law: Exploration Contracts...21 Petroleum Land Management...22 Royalties and Division Orders...21 Understanding and Negotiating the Oil and Gas Lease...21 Geographix Courses...22 Hampson Russell...23 IHS Energy Courses...22 Introduction to Drillinginfo.com...23 Landmark Courses...22 Oil Field Manager - Introduction...22 Petra (Ihs)...22 Seismic Micro-Technology

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Fall 2011 RISK MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE Risk Management Courses... 24, 25 Workforce Continuing Education Alternative Energy Wind Energy: Codes and Requirements for Installation...28 Business Solutions Business Solutions, Customized Training...28 Computer Courses Adobe... 28, 29 Apple Mac OS X...29 Microsoft... 30, 31 Computer - Special Interest Courses Best Free Software of 2010 LAST CHANCE!...31 Free & Open Source Software LAST CHANCE!...31 Intro to Audacity...31 Computer - Spotlight Courses Getting Started with QuickBooks Pro Introduction to Computers...31 Microsoft Excel 2010: Comprehensive...31 QuickBooks Payroll...31 Business - Lunchtime Learning Creating a Healthy Workspace...35 Customer Service It WILL Impact Your Bottom Line!...35 Did You Hear? The Negative Effect of Gossip in the Workplace...35 Respect in the Workplace...35 Business - Short Courses Bullying in the Workplace...36 Online Business Courses...36 Outsmart Your Smart Phone...36 Tools for Taming Toxic Personalities...36 Writing for Work...36 Concurrent Accounting...33 Air Conditioning & Heating...33 Automotive Technology...33 Computer Graphics... 33, 34 Information Technology...34 Welding...34 Electrical Electrical Code Calculation...34 Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)...34 License Update Course...33 Math for the Technical Trades...34 Electrical Maintenance Skills...34 Service Call Etiquette...34 Introduction to Electricity...35 Introduction to Residential Wiring...35 Safety/Tools/ Terminology...34 jewelry smithing & Repair Lost Wax Casting...38 Metal Smithing for Jewelry Making...38 ONLINE TRAINING & Certificates Business and Professional...39 Management and Corporate...39 Sustainable Energy and Going Green...39 Plumber s Update Plumber s Update...39 Personal Fitness Trainer Certification Personal Fitness Trainer Certification Program...40 Real Estate Principles I...37 Principles II...37 Law of Agency...38 Law of Contracts...38 Real Estate Appraisal...38 Real Estate Math...38 Real Estate MCE...37 Policies, Registration and Other Information Additional Fees...44 Bad Weather Procedures...45 CEUs...44 Contact / Telephone Numbers...44 Fall 2011 Calendar...45 Grading, Certificates and Transcripts...44 Parking Permits...44 Refund / Cancelation Policy...44 Social Security Numbers...44 Textbook / Supplies...44 Tuition and Fees

4 Midland College Continuing Education Course Schedule COMMUNITY PROGRAMS COMMUNICATIONS SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS This course is for those who would like to begin a study of Spanish. The emphasis will be on comprehension, decoding and production. The class will feature basic vocabulary and grammar in a low stress environment. Students will learn to decode Spanish and participate in basic conversation. Textbook required: Barron s Learn Spanish the Fast and Fun Way by Author Gene Hammitt. Text book can be purchased at the MC Bookstore Q Sep 7 Dec 14 6:30-8:00 pm Wed $75 Mary Jo Ellison CONCURRENT - (ESL) Placement: Prior to enrollment, students are required to take the Compass-ESL Assessment, which is administered at the Midland College Testing Center located in the Scharbauer Student Center. This assessment is free and is used to determine which courses best suit each student s needs. DEVELOPMENTAL READING I A course conducted through lecture/discussion and individual instruction and designed to enable student to increase comprehension, reading rate, vocabulary, and study skills. Course provides instruction in coping more effectively with reading requirements in students other courses. Developmental Reading Lab I is required with this course. Class is located in the Technology Center In room Q Aug 29 Dec 16 11:00 11:50 am Mon, Wed & Fri $179 S. Cobb DEVELOPMENTAL READING II A more advanced course conducted through lecture/discussion and individual instruction and designed to enable student to increase comprehension, reading rate vocabulary, and study skills. Course provides instruction in coping more effectively with reading requirements in students other courses. Developmental Reading Lab II is required with this course. Class is located in the Technology Center In room Q Aug 29 Dec 16 11:00 11:50 am Mon, Wed & Fri $179 K. Reid ORAL COMMUNICATION This course is designed to develop oral communication skills for the workplace and academics. Lab assignments will be individualized. Class is located at Marie Hall Academic Building, room Q Aug 29 Oct 21 11:30 am 12:20 pm Mon & Wed $179 Mindy Flowers READING AND VOCABULARY This course is designed to develop basic reading comprehension, vocabulary, and study skills for non-native speakers of English and to prepare them to cope more effectively with reading requirements in other courses. Lab assignments will be individualized. Class is located at the Cogdell Learning Center Q Aug 29 Dec 16 11:30 am 12:50 pm Mon & Wed $179 Staff DANCE INTRODUCTION TO BALLROOM This class covers the basic steps in Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Rumba, Cha-Cha and Meringue. It is fun, fast and easy to learn these exciting graceful dances. Singles and couples are both welcome. Come, make new friends, and have a bit of dancing fun! Class is located at Dance Design located at 3211 W. Wadley, Suite 11B (Imperial Shopping Center) Q Sep 2 Sep 23 6:00-7:45 pm Fri $45 Bernadette Lindsey Q Oct 7 Oct 28 6:00-7:45 pm Fri $45 Bernadette Lindsey LINE DANCING (INTERMEDIATE) If you have always wanted to dance but did not have a partner here is a great opportunity to get out on the floor and dance. In this class you will learn the basics of line dancing up through intermediate level dances. A minimum of fifteen dances will be taught during the twelve classes. The Cupid Shuffle, Electric Slide, Honky Tonk Stomp, Canadian Stomp, Tush Push, and Baby Likes to Rock It, are some of the dances we will be learning. It is great exercise and a great way to meet others who like to dance. Class is located in the Allison Fine Arts Building in the Wagner & Brown Auditorium Q Sep 19 Dec 5 6:30-8:00 pm Mon $60 Curtis Gifford LINE DANCING (BEGINNER) If you really want to start with the basics of dancing, here is your chance. This is a six week introductory course in line dancing You will be taught the basic steps, basic terminology, and basic techniques used in line dancing. You will also learn nine beginner level dances. You don t need a partner and it is a great way to exercise and meet others who like to dance. Class is located in the Allison Fine Arts Building in the Wagner & Brown Auditorium Q Sep 20 Oct 25 6:30-8:00 pm Tue $45 Curtis Gifford Q Nov 1 Dec 6 6:30-8:00 pm Tue $45 Curtis Gifford Located at Cogdell Learning Center: Q Aug 30 Dec 14 11:30 am 12:20 pm Tue & Thu $179 Staff 4 (432)

5 COMMUNITY PROGRAMS Fall 2011 COUNTRY & WESTERN DANCE If you ve always wanted to join others on the dance floor but were afraid, then this is the class for you. Basic Two-step for beginners will take you from walking to dancing in six easy lessons. The group lessons are conducted with a feel of individual instruction. We teach leading and following, the basic steps in Two-step, Waltz, Western Polka, Cotton-eyed Jo and Schottische. Class is held in the Allison Fine Arts Building in the Wagner & Brown Auditorium Q Sep 14 Oct 19 7:30 9:00pm Wed $50 Elliott & Lloyd Q Nov 3 Dec 15 7:30 9:00pm Thu $50 Elliott & Lloyd COUNTRY & WESTERN DANCE II This class takes Country & Western Dance I, adds more twist, and turns. Emphasis is placed on developing a smooth dance style while executing advanced patterns in Two-Step and Waltz. Partners are recommended. Class is held in the Allison Fine Arts Building in the Wagner & Brown Auditorium Q Nov 2 Dec 14 7:30-9:00 pm Wed $50 Elliott & Lloyd SALSA DANCE Join this beautiful, exciting new dance craze! Learn all the hot moves you see on TV and cinema. Both singles and couples welcome! Put a little spice in your life and learn Salsa! Class is located at Dance Design located at 3211 W. Wadley, Suite 11B (Imperial Shopping Center) Q Oct 7 Oct 28 7:45-9:00 pm Fri $45 Bernadette Lindsey SINGLES MIXER In this unique class, dance partners are FORBIDDEN! So, if you ve been hesitating to come to our dance classes because you didn t have a partner to bring with you, we ve created this class just for you. This is a fantastic opportunity to meet other singles in a nonthreatening environment. Enjoy meeting and mingling with other singles while receiving dance lessons in Swing, C&W, Ballroom and Salsa. Class is located at Dance Design located at 3211 W. Wadley, Suite 11B (Imperial Shopping Center) Q Sep 2 Sep 23 7:45-9:00 pm Fri $45 Bernadette Lindsey SWING Swing is back in popular music so learn to dance to it. Swing is that music that makes your feet start tapping and hands start clapping. This class includes basic footwork and patterns taught to various swing rhythms. No flips, drops, or throws are taught. Partners are recommended. Class is held in the Allison Fine Arts Building in the Wagner & Brown Auditorium Q Sep 15 Oct 20 7:30 9:00pm Thu $50 Elliott & Lloyd FITNESS AI CHI This class meets in the Aquatic Wellness pool which has a pool temperature of degrees. This is a water movement and relaxation program that increases oxygen and caloric consumption by combining deep breathing and slow, broad movements. Ai Chi is successfully used with individuals with pain, arthritis, fibromyalgia, COPD, and with neurological and orthopedic diagnosis. Class is located at the COM Aquatics, Inc., 3003 N. A Street Q Aug 30 Oct 6 12:00-1:00 pm Tue & Thu $45 Rita Simmons Q Oct 11 Nov 17 12:00-1:00 pm Tue & Thu $45 Rita Simmons ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION AQUATIC CLASS This class meets in the Aquatic Wellness pool where the temperature is maintained around degrees. The exercises consist of range-of-motion and stretching, strengthening, and balance and coordination activities. A few of the benefits of the aquatic environment include ease of movement, relaxation of muscles, non-weight bearing, and increase in circulation. Participants are able to improve their joint flexibility and reduce their pain and stiffness while supported by the water s buoyancy and resistance. The classes also provide a friendly, fun atmosphere in which participants can make new friends and try new activities in a safe environment. Class is located at the COM Aquatics, Inc., 3003 N. A Street Q Aug 30 Oct 6 10:00-11:00 am Tue & Thu $45 Tammy McAlister Q Oct 11 Nov 17 10:00 11:00 am Tue & Thu $45 Tammy McAlister DEEP WATER AEROBICS FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS This class is held in our deep water aerobics pool. The water temperature is kept at an ideal temperature of degrees. The water depth is 6 foot and all participants are provided with floatation equipment for the class. The class allows participants an opportunity to receive a cardiovascular workout without any impact on the joints and utilizes the cooling properties of the water to prevent overheating. Movement through the water also provides resistance which in turn strengthens the muscles as you move. Being suspended in the deep water will challenge the muscles in the trunk which creates a stronger core and helps improve posture. Class is located at the COM Aquatics, Inc., 3003 N. A Street Q Aug 30 Oct 6 12:15 1:00 pm Tue & Thu $15 Tammy McAlister Q Oct 11 Nov 17 12:15 1:00 pm Tue & Thu $15 Tammy McAlister (432)

6 Midland College Continuing Education Course Schedule COMMUNITY PROGRAMS KICKBOX/CIRCUIT CLASS This class meets in our Doss Room and combines one day of Kickbox Aerobics and one day of Bootcamp Circuit Training. Both class formats utilize interval training to help improve your aerobic fitness level and give you maximum caloric expenditure. Strength, core training, balance and stretching exercises will be incorporated to help participants improve their strength, balance, posture and flexibility. Participants will utilize weights, resistance tubing, stability balls and mats in addition to their cardiovascular training. All equipment is provided. Class is located at the COM Aquatics, Inc., 3003 N. A Street Q Aug 30 Oct 6 8:30 9:15 am Tue & Thu $45 Cassy Garcia Q Oct 11 Nov 17 8:30 9:15 am Tue & Thu $45 Cassy Garcia SHALLOW WATER AEROBICS Enjoy the benefits of a high calorie-burning workout in the comfortable environment of the water. The buoyancy of the water reduces the impact on your joints and at chest level depth, removes 75% of your body weight! You can utilize the pool floor and add power to your moves, which will increase intensity and caloric expenditure. This class is designed to burn calories increase your endurance, and improve muscular strength. Classes will meet in the Mabee Pool. The instructor, Tammy McAlister, is certified with Aquatic Exercise Association. Class is located at the COM Aquatics, Inc., 3003 N. A Street Q Aug 30 Oct 6 8:30 9:15 am Tue & Thu $45 Tammy McAlister Q Oct 11 Nov 17 8:30 9:15 am Tue & Thu $45 Tammy McAlister TAI CHI (BEGINNER SERIES) This 8-week series will teach the beginning Tai Chi student the first section of the Traditional Yang Style Tai Chi long form. Tai Chi is easy on the body, challenging to the mind, and excellent form of exercise and stress relief used by millions of people of all ages through the world. Wear comfortable loose clothing and soft-soled shoes. Sessions held at Midland Yoga Works, 2101 W. Wadley, Suite Q Sep 12 Nov 21 10:30 11:30 am Mon $100 Staff Q Sep 12 Nov 21 7:00 8:00 pm Mon $100 Staff TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING This class meets in our Doss Room. It is a 45 minute full body workout, strengthening muscles using weights with a variety of cardio exercise to increase heart rate while burning fat and creating lean toned muscles. All equipment is provided. Class is located at the COM Aquatics, Inc., 3003 N. A Street Q Aug 29 Oct 5 12:00 12:45 pm Mon & Wed $45 Cassy Garcia Q Oct 10 Nov 16 12:00 12:45 pm Mon & Wed $45 Cassy Garcia YOGA This class meets in our Doss Room. Experience the delight of Hatha Yoga that is suitable for people of all ages. Whatever your level of fitness, you will be able to make real and lasting improvements to your health. This is achieved with a series of low impact breathing and stretching exercises, which work the body and focus the mind. After these exercises there is a relaxation period which calms the mind and body and helps to relieve stress. Sign up this unintimidating form of Yoga, which is great for all. Class is located at the COM Aquatics, Inc., 3003 N. A Street Q Aug 30 Oct 6 9:30 10:15 am Tue & Thu $45 Anne Lucero Q Oct 11 Nov 17 9:30 10:15 am Tue & Thu $45 Anne Lucero BEGINNING YOGA Start here for the basics and a slow easy pace. Forward bends, backbends, lateral poses, twists, some inversions and balances are taught in each class. This class will teach and challenge you but at a slower, foundational pace. It will creatively focus on foundational postures, deepening the students knowledge of alignment, mental clarity, emotional balance, and spiritual way of being. This class is taught by Cyndi Simpson, RYT200 and Roni Perry RYT200. Both teachers are registered through Yoga Alliance. Sessions held at Midland Yoga Works, 2101 W. Wadley, Suite 25. Phone Q Sep 12 Nov 21 6:00 7:00 pm Mon $100 Cyndi Simpson Q Sep 1 Nov 17 7:00 8:00 pm Thu $100 Cyndi Simpson YOGA BOOTCAMP Challenge your body and calm your mind with Yoga Bootcamp. Through breath, varieties of poses and use of props, find strength, balance, and serenity, all while getting your body in shape. All fitness levels are welcome. Materials required: Comfortable, moveable clothing. Mats and props are provided. Located in the PE Building, Multipurpose Room Q Oct 1 Nov 19 9:00 10:30 am Sat $50 Jessica Smith 6 (432)

7 COMMUNITY PROGRAMS Fall 2011 HOT YOGA We are heating up the room for a powerful vinyasa. The class promises to make you sweat while you move through the series of poses. As you breathe and feel, breathe and movement becomes one. Cyndi carefully hand-picks the type of music to be used during the class so that the routine has an energizing, gentle, graceful and inspiring flow. This class is taught by Cyndi Simpson. Sessions held at Midland Yoga Works, 2101 W. Wadley, Suite Q Sep 3 Nov 19 9:00 10:15 am Sat $100 Cyndi Simpson YOGA/PILATES FUSION Yoga and Pilates are natural soul mates. Both help balance the body from left to right, top to bottom, front to back, limb to limb, and muscle to muscle. Pilates exercises and yoga both promote healthy breathing, flexibility and concentration, and also provide a mental focus and release that is challenging yet rejuvenating. You will learn to enter and exit Yoga asanas (poses) safely, with careful attention to individual body types and strengthen core muscles. This class is appropriate for people new to Pilates and/or Yoga, as well as those who would like to integrate their prior experience. This class is taught by Danessa Leary or Cyndi Simpson, registered yoga instructor. Sessions held at Midland Yoga Works, 2101 W. Wadley, Suite 25. Phone Q Sep 2 Nov 18 9:00 10:15 am Fri $100 Danessa Leary ZUMBA Are you ready to party yourself into shape? That s exactly what the Zumba program is all about. It s an exhilarating, effective, easyto-follow, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness-party, that s moving millions of people toward joy and health. This class is taught by Tanya Priestley, certified Zumba instructor. Sessions held at Midland Yoga Works, 2101 W. Wadley, Suite Q Sep 7 Nov 16 8:30 9:30 am Mon & Wed $110 Tanya Priestley SELF DEFENSE R.A.D - New! The Rape Aggression Defense Basic Personal Defense System is a national program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques taught for women only. All courses are taught by nationally certified R.A.D. Instructors. The goal of R.A.D. is to provide realistic self-defense options to women, regardless of their level of physical conditioning. Students at all levels of ability, age, experience, and strength will be provided with techniques and information that can be effectively used from the first day of class. R.A.D. is not a martial arts program, nor does it require students to be athletes in training to succeed. The R.A.D. system will provide students with the knowledge to make an educated decision about personal defense. We provide information on physical and non-physical options, as well as insight into the attacker mindset. Every student receives a manual for reference and practice. Once a student has completed a R.A.D. program, their signed manual becomes a ticket for free lifetime return and practice with any R.A.D. instructor in the US and Canada. The widespread acceptance of the R.A.D. system is due to the ease, simplicity, and effectiveness of our tactics, solid research, legal defensibility, and unique teaching methodology. R.A.D. is the only self-defense program endorsed by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) Q Aug 30 Nov 15 9:00 10:00 am Tue $15 Marihya Houck Q Aug 30 Nov 15 6:00 7:00 pm Tue $15 Marihya Houck Q Nov 5 9:00 am 4:30 pm Nov 6 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm $15 Marihya Houck TAE KWON DO/MIXED MARTIAL ARTS Students will learn basic Self-Defense strategies from various Martial Arts, with an emphasis on practical application. Kickboxing and grappling techniques, flexibility development, cardio respiratory conditioning and strength training will be included in this course. Requirements: 1. Decent physical condition (physically challenged students will integrate into regular class sessions). Any student who, because of a disability, may require some special arrangements in order to meet course requirements should contact the Instructor as soon as possible to make necessary accommodations. 2. One pair of bag gloves, and/or hand wraps, which may be purchased from The American Tae Kwon Do Academy (ATKDA). 3. A karate uniform which may be purchased from (ATKDA). No watches, jewelry, shoes, socks, hats or other extraneous items may be worn on the workout area. Located in PE building, weight room Q Aug 29 Dec 7 5:30-7:00 pm Mon & Wed $120 Chris Brian SELF DEFENSE (DUAL) Q Aug 31 Dec 7 7:00-8:20 pm Wed $120 Chris Brian (432)

8 Midland College Continuing Education Course Schedule COMMUNITY PROGRAMS SPORTS GOLF (THE BASICS) A course designed for any golfer with a desire to learn or review the basics of golf. Each class will include, introduction to golf, rules and etiquette, putting, chipping, pitching and sand play, full swing on the range and on course instruction. Students must have their own golf clubs. Range balls will be included. This class is located at Nueva Vista Golf Course, 6101 W. Wadley Q Sep 26 Sep 30 6:00 7:00 pm Mon - Fri $100 Allen / Crosser Q Sep 24 1:00-5:00 pm Sat $60 Allen / Crosser Q Oct 4 Oct 20 6:00 7:00 pm Tue & Thu $100 Allen / Crosser SPECIAL INTEREST BRIDGE (BEGINNING) If you can count to 13, you too can play bridge! The game generates excitement through shrewd thinking and creativity. It is also a highly social experience, offering a combination of meeting new friends and competition. You don t have to have any previous exposure to the game, just a desire to learn it. You will learn how to evaluate hands, bid, keep score and more. After it s over, you will be able to play and practice with all your new bridge friends Q Aug 30 Oct 25 1:00 3:00 pm Tue $50 Belle Harris Q Aug 30 Oct 25 7:00-9:00 pm Tue $50 Belle Harris BRIDGE (ADVANCED) - NEW! Q Nov 1 Dec 13 1:00 3:00 pm Tue $40 Belle Harris Q Nov 1 Dec 13 7:00 9:00 pm Tue $40 Belle Harris THE CELTS - NEW! You may think the Celts were early occupants of the British Isles and you are partially right. Their obscure origins, however, lie in the Bronze Age, long before the 5th Century BC when their language was spoken from the Alps to the Baltic Sea and became one of the first languages to divide off from the basic Indo-European tongues. As a nation of warriors, they invaded Greece and sacked the great temple at Delphi only to gain more renown for their widespread trade routes and sophisticated art forms. The Celts vastly influenced the founding of Italian (thus Roman) culture, together with that of Germany, Spain, Portugal and Turkey. St. Paul wrote one of his letters to their church at Galatia. After being almost exterminated, they survive to this day most strongly in Scotland, Ireland and Wales. Learn about this segment of your ancestry over some 3500 years of recorded history that will almost undoubtedly entitle you to also claim the glorious and victorious heritage of THE CELTS Q Oct 11 Nov 22 7:00 9:00 pm Tue $55 Shirley Ayn Linder CONCEALED HANDGUN This is a licensed class. This class teaches the laws relating to the carrying of a concealed handgun in the state of Texas. It covers government code, health and safety code, penal code, education code, family code and local government code. The Concealed Handgun class includes 10 to 12 hours of laws and related curriculum relating to the carrying of a Concealed Handgun in the state of Texas; class room law booklet; two passport-size color photos; basic handgun training; student handgun proficiency demonstration; and two copies of a certificate of class completion, one for the state and one for your records; one complete set of fingerprints; and notary service (if needed). All of the above is included in the cost of this class. For renewing Concealed Handgun License, call Tom Vannaman, (432) Courses are held on Saturday s from 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, and the cost is $135. Members of the Midland Shooters Association will receive a $10 credit..located at 2528 Flynt Street Q Sep Q Oct Q Nov Q Dec 17 Online learning anytime, anywhere... just a click away! 8 (432)

9 COMMUNITY PROGRAMS Fall 2011 COUPONING NEW! Here, you will learn how to maximize your coupons, and your time. Don t go rogue and coupon without a class that can help you cut to the chase and provide you with techniques! Months from now you will see how much you have saved and in your first year you can save over $5000 just by using the methods I will teach you in my coupon classes. *What my classes provide:* You will learn how to turn a $.50 coupon into a FREE or inexpensive item All of the coupon techniques How to get local stores to pay you to stop Learn the secrets of the coupon pros Coupon organizing the easy way Learn how to cut your time down to no more than 5 hours a week couponing, organizing, and shopping How to build food storage for your family How to find coupons for organic foods or office supplies Search for me on Facebook: Savvy Coupon Peeps Invite your friends and get your name in a drawing! (Sponsored by Savvy Coupon Peeps) Courses are held on Monday and the cost is $25 Monday s from 7:00 9:00 pm Q Sep Q Sep Q Oct Q Oct Q Nov Q Dec 5 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY During the 8-week structure of the course, students will learn digital photography while working at their own individual skill level. Using the digital camera of their choice, they will explore manual camera settings, color, texture, composition, and other subject matter to achieve a solid grounding in both technical and creative photographic processes Q Sep 19 - Nov 14 7:00-8:30 pm Mon $80 Charlotte Dameron FABULOUS FAUX METALLIC S, TUSCAN, CLASSIC Save thousands and learn a faster, easier way for beginners to use a patterned basecoat tool to replicate Old World, classic, romantic, or stone-like looks on your walls. Learn how to make and add the pizazz of metallic glazes. Professional faux painter, Linda Coffman (twistonwalls.com for photos), shows beginners some tricks of the trade and money-saving tips to mouth-dropping walls or niches. Learn how to have perfect edges and how to rescue your wall using a wash or a glaze. Go home with a sample. Bring a paint shirt. A required materials fee of $31 will be collected for a kit that uses a custom roller, pan and DVD to accomplish these looks Q Oct 8 9:30 am 12:00 pm Sat $30 Linda Coffman FABULOUS FAUX SUEDE, RUSTIC, MODERN Want to achieve a soft blend of colors on your wall? From rustic to sleek modern and even children s rooms, there is an easier, ulcer-free way by using a special roller, paint, and glaze. Come and learn from professional faux painter, Linda Coffman as she shows beginners this tool to completely transform a single wall into a personal statement. Bring a paint shirt and gain ideas for your project. Warning: your neighbors may ask you to do their walls! A required materials fee of $31 is for a kit with a DVD of the class. If you attended the Metallic s/tuscan/classic class, you still need this kit as it has a different roller and DVD Q Oct 8 1:00-3:30 pm Sat $30 Linda Coffman FABULOUS FAUX ALL DAY SEMINAR Q Oct 8 9:30 am - 12:00 pm Sat $50 1:00-3:30 pm HUNTER SAFETY EDUCATION Every hunter born on or after September 2, 1971, must successfully complete a Hunter s Education Training Course, (including out of state hunters). Minimum age of certification is 9 years of age. Texas Hunters Education Training Course Certification is accepted in all 50 states. You must attend all classes and pass the exam to receive your certification. Please bring to class (for each student): Social Security Number, drivers license #, date of birth, mailing address, eye and ear protection, sun screen, hat, drinks, sack lunch and/or snacks, and if you are under the age of 17, one guardian. Cost is $20 per student. Instructor is Gaylene Stansbery. Class meets Sunday from 1:00 8:00 pm and Monday from 6:00 9:00 pm. Class is located at Defensive Solutions, 3302-B W. Illinois Q Sep 11 Sep Q Oct 2 Oct Q Nov 6 Nov Q Dec 4 Dec 5 (432)

10 Midland College Continuing Education Course Schedule COMMUNITY PROGRAMS INSTANT GUITAR Have you ever wanted to learn the guitar but simply find it difficult to find the time? In just a few hours you can learn enough about playing the guitar to give you years of musical enjoyment, and you won t have to take private lessons to do it. This crash course will teach you some basic chords and get you playing along with your favorite songs right away. Bring your acoustic guitar. Class limited to 15 students. For ages 18+. Topics include: 1) How chords work in a song, 2) How to form the three main types of chords, 3) How to tune your guitar, 4) Basic strumming patterns, 5) How to buy a good guitar (things to avoid), 6)How to play along with simple tunes. REGISTRATION FEE INCLUDES WORKBOOK AND PRACTICE DVD. REQUIRED MATERIALS FEE OF $25 + TAX WILL BE COL- LECTED IN CLASS BY THE INSTRUCTOR FOR WORKBOOK AND PRACTICE DVD Q Oct 8 1:00 3:30 pm Sat $30 Craig Coffman INSTANT PIANO Some music teachers may not want you to know this, but you don t need years of weekly lessons to learn piano. In just a few hours, you can learn enough secrets of the trade to give you years of musical enjoyment. How do we do it? While regular piano teachers teach note reading, piano professionals use chords. And you can learn all the chords you ll need to play any song in this one session. Any song. Any style. Any key. If you can find middle C and know the meaning of Every Good Boy Does Fine, you already know enough to enroll in this workshop. Total beginners can request a free pamphlet by sending a SASE to Innovative Keyboard Instruction, 2841 S. South Wind Dr., Gilbert, AZ As seen on the PBS television program- Piano in a Flash. MATERIALS FEE OF $28 WILL BE COLLECTED IN CLASS BY INSTRUCTOR FOR WORKBOOK AND 60 MINUTE PRACTICE CD Q Oct 8 9:00 am 12:00 pm Sat $30 Craig Coffman INSTANT GUITAR & PIANO ALL DAY SEMINAR Q Oct 8 9:00 am 12:00 pm Sat $50 1:00 3:30 pm OPERA 102 Have you been to an opera and wished you knew more about opera to enhance your experience? Opera is a story told through the unique union of singing, action, and music which evokes varying emotions. This course will serve as a foundational guide to experiencing opera through the ears AND the eye, understanding not only what is heard but what is seen as well. The scope of the course will include an introduction, the interplay of words and music through a brief history of vocal expression in music, the invention of opera, and the growth of opera including the development of serious opera and comic opera. Music selections will feature highlights from Puccini s Turandot; Mozart s Idomeneo, the Magic Flute, and The Marriage of Figaro; Carmen by the French composer Bizet; The Barber of Seville by Rossini; Orfeo by Monteverdi; and others Q Sep 15 Nov 10 7:00 9:00 pm Thu $30 S. Humphreys & B.Garay, Members Board of Directors SCOTS- IRISH HISTORY Scotland s national anthem is Flower of Scotland. If you are one of her over 9 million descendants in the United States or 5.6 million Scotch-Irish, you belong in that category. Find out how the two are different and who is truly a Scot, (Scotch is a whisky). This class will discuss early 14th to 19th Century Scottish history, focusing on the various Wars for Independence and some facts about our ancestral heroes (including Wallace, Bruce, Bonnie Prince Charlie and Rob Roy MacGregor). One session will be devoted to some little known but no less brave women of Scotland (Kate Barlass, Black Ages of Dunbar, Flora MacDonald). The class will include historical readings by a Scot in Edinburgh, native music, and you will receive map, picture and battle plan handouts galore to solidify your family s and your ancestral history Q Nov 1 Dec 6 7:00 9:00 pm Tue $50 Shirley Ayn Linder ONLINE SEWING/PATTERN DRAFTING SEWING & PATTERN DRAFTING PART 1 Students will learn at their own pace, and in the comfort of their own home. Each class is one hour in length and either four or five weeks depending on the class. Method of instruction allows students to achieve their sewing and designing goals in the exciting virtual classroom of the e-learning environment. Course materials will be sent to student via . The supplies list will be given out with the class materials; the sewing supplies should cost about $35; the pattern drafting supplies should cost about $25 and students will need a sewing machine for the sewing class. Your instructor is Eric W. Stiles Sr., Master Tailor, and Designer with over 35 years experience. He has been teaching classes from 1995 to the present Q Sep 19 Oct 10 online Mon $48 Eric W. Stiles,l Sr Q Oct 24 Nov 14 online Mon $48 Eric W. Stiles 10 (432)

11 COMMUNITY PROGRAMS Fall 2011 SEWING & PATTERN DRAFTING PART Q Oct 24 Nov 21 online Mon $60 Eric W. Stiles, Sr. RETIREMENT PLANNING TODAY In this course you ll learn how to: manage investment risks, use new tax laws to your advantage, make informed decisions about your company retirement plan, and adjust your estate plan to function properly under the new laws. However, money is only one aspect of retirement planning. This course blends financial education with life planning to help you build wealth, align your money with your values, and achieve your retirement lifestyle goals. The instructor is William (Bill) Dendy, JD, MBA, CPA, CFP, CLU, President of Elite Financial Management, Inc. and has 20 years of professional experience in investments and financial planning. This course includes a 225-page illustrated textbook. Couples may attend together for a single registration fee. Class sizes are limited so register today. Class is located in the Marie Hall Academic Building, room Q Sep 8 & 15 6:30 9:30 pm Thu $49 Bill Dendy Q Sep 14 & 21 6:30 9:30 pm Wed $49 Bill Dendy PERMIAN BASIN PERSPECTIVES The Perspectives course is an introductory mission study course that: Provides a framework for significant life decisions. Provides the necessary understanding for effective and strategic participation in the complex task of world evangelization and culturally relevant international development. Explores new avenues and opportunities available for obedience to God s imperative for involvement in world missions from at home and abroad. Provides a foundation for further study Q Aug 30 - Dec 13 6:30-9:30 pm Tue $250 Perspectives of the Permian Basin YOU RE ON THE AIR (How to Really Make it in Voice-Overs!) (A One-time 2 Hour Program) Voice-overs are hot today! You don t have to be an actor to get voice-over work, but it certainly doesn t hurt! With such notable talent as James Earl Jones, Linda Hunt, and Donald Sutherland lending their voices to commercials, films, and videos, one would think that it would be next to impossible to break into this field. Not so! In this class you ll learn about an exciting new way to get around the competition and actually turn voice-overs into a thriving full or part-time business! Q Nov 7 7:00 9:00 pm Mon $40 Such a Voice PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS - NEW! All dates and times are to be set by Dr. Deats. Call Continuing Education for further information. Length of course is flexible. Cost is $10 for each half-hour session ($160 per semester) and $20 for each hour session ($320 per semester). FRENCH HORN LESSONS Would you like to study French horn with a real French horn professor? Join Dr. Carol Deats for weekly French horn lessons. All age levels and abilities are welcome, including homeschoolers, junior high students, high school students, college students and adults. Curriculum is geared to individual needs and goals, including but not limited to: fundamentals, region and solo ensemble music, band music, etc. MASTER CLASSES AND MOCK AUDITIONS FOR HIGH SCHOOL BAND STUDENTS Are you auditioning for UIL competitions, such as district, region, area or state band? Are you preparing for Solo and Ensemble Festival? Do you desire to have a competitive edge beyond what you have accomplished in the practice room? Join Dr. Carol Deats, a real French horn professor for master classes and mock auditions to help you prepare for your competitions. Also learn how to incorporate yoga and visualization techniques to reduce stress and performance anxiety. PIANO LESSONS (ADULT) Have you always wanted to learn how to play the piano but feel it s too late? It s never too late! Have you always wanted to learn to read music but think this goal is out of reach for you? You can do it! Join Dr. Carol Deats for enjoyable weekly piano lesions! Any adult is welcome, and senior are especially encouraged! PLAY DUETS WITH DR. CAROL DEATS Do you love playing in the Midland College Community Band, your church orchestra, or other musical organizations? Do you desire to be a better player, but hate practicing? If so, join Dr. Carol Deats for fun weekly duet sessions for any band instrument except percussion (plus French horn). Your chops will get stronger and your sight reading and playing abilities will improve while you have a great time playing music! All age groups and ability levels are welcome, including seniors. (432)

12 Midland College Continuing Education Course Schedule COMMUNITY PROGRAMS Registration Options Register online at https://www.midland.edu/cpce/registration/ Register by phone at Register in person by going to the Continuing Education or Registrar s office in the Scharbauer Student Center. Payment Options Cash, checks, money orders, traveler s checks, Visa, Master- Card and Discover are accepted for course payment. Course payments may be made in person, by phone or online at the following locations: https://www.midland.edu/cpce/payment/ Midland College 3600 N. Garfield Scharbauer Student Center Please note: if you have a prior balance or a hold, which prevents registration, will be placed on your account. You must contact the cashier s office at and resolve the issue BEFORE being permitted to register for Continuing Education courses. Personal Enrichment Concurrent Courses Concurrent courses are CREDIT courses that may be taken as NON-CREDIT. Most credit courses, subject to approval and space availability, fit into this category. Please refer to Midland College Credit Schedule for course offerings and call the Avocational Continuing Education office at (432) for further information. CEUs will be awarded for successful completion of classes. Concurrent courses are not applicable for COLLEGE CREDIT OR CERTIFICATION. Most courses offered at Midland College can be taken by anyone in the community (with the proper pre-requisites). PLEASE SEE PAGE 44 OF THE WORKFORCE EDUCATION POLICIES PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION. COLLEGE CLASSICS FALL 2011 Schedules will be available in August Session I: September 26 October 21 Session II: October 24 November 18 Most Courses Are Only $99 Registration begins Monday, August 12, (432)

13 COMMUNITY PROGRAMS Instructor-Facilitated Online Courses Learn More... Expert Instructor 24-Hour Access Online Discussion Areas 6 Weeks of Instruction Learn from the comfort of home! Fall 2011 Choose from more than 250 online classes available every month. Our instructor-facilitated online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. It s no wonder that many long-lasting friendships have formed in our lively discussion areas. All courses run for six weeks (with a two-week grace period at the end). Courses are projectoriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any course entirely from your home or office. Any time of the day or night. All courses are $99 except for Test Prep, those are $109. A new section of every course will begin on every third Wednesday of the month. Test Prep SAT/ACT Prep Part 1 & 2 GMAT Preparation GRE Preparation Part 1 & 2 LSAT Preparation Part 1 & 2 Learn to Buy and Sell on ebay Auction pros teach you how to work from home or earn extra income by buying and selling goods online. Start Your Own ebay Drop-Off Store Turn other people s unwanted items into a lucrative source of income by starting an ebay drop off store. Master the art of setting up a business, writing a marketing plan, taking super photos, creating dynamite listings, and offering great customer service. Thousands of people have transformed their ebay knowledge into profitable second income sources or even fulltime jobs. Take your skills to the next level and avoid the common pitfalls that keep amateur sellers from reaching their full potential. Growing Plants for Fun and Profit An industry professional teaches you everything you need to prosper in the backyard nursery business. Achieving Success with Difficult People Do you know people whose behavior makes completing even the simplest tasks difficult? Would you like to learn how to have relationships that are more successful with difficult bosses, co-workers, students, neighbors or family members? Join this class and get helpful information for understanding yourself, solving people problems, and improving your relationships and personal and professional productivity. Grammar Refresher Revive your lost or forgotten knowledge of English grammar and gain confidence in your ability to produce grammatically correct writing. Whether you re a student or professional, a published or beginning writer, this course will help you navigate and master the linguistic twists and turns inherent in English grammar. Grammar is fun if you know the rules. A patient instructor will support you throughout the course, and plenty of interactive exercises will give you ample opportunity to put into practice everything you learn. HOW How TO to GET Get STARTED Started: 1. Visit our Online Instruction Center at: 2. Click the Courses link, once you choose the department and course title you are interested in, select the Enroll Now button. Follow the instructions to enroll. Here you will choose a username and password that will grant you access to the Classroom. After this, it is necessary to contact the Continuing Education at in order to register you in the classroom 3. When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with the username and password you selected during enrollment. Requirements REQUIREMENTS All courses require Internet access, , the Netscape Navigator, or the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser. Some courses may have additional requirements. Please visit our Online Instruction Center for more information. (432)

14 Midland College Continuing Education Course Schedule TABLE HEALTH OF SCIENCES CONTENTS Courses For detail information on the courses listed in this schedule, please call or visit our website at: Registration for Fall 2011 begins on AUGUST 15, 2011 in the HSCE office located at the Advanced Technology Center, 3200 W. Cuthbert. Limited scholarship financial aid available for Health Science Continuing Education students. Applications will be available in the HSCE office on August 15, 2011 or at Deadline for all scholarship applications is August 26, Massage Therapy Certification I Massage Therapy certification is 520 hour certificate of completion. Fee includes Liability Insurance. The Massage Therapy certification is broken down into two semesters Fall & Spring. Students must complete all first semester MSSG courses to be able to continue second semester. Text books required and are available at the Midland College Book store. Location: Advanced Technology Center, 3200 W. Cuthbert, HS III CEUs Orientation Date: July 26 7:00 9:00 p.m. First Semester MSSG courses: Anatomy & Physiology (MSSG 1013) HM12 104Q Aug 23 Nov 16 6:00 9:00 pm Tue & Wed $375 ($385 out-of-state) Health & Hygiene (MSSG 1009) HM11 104Q Aug 22 Nov 17 6:00 9:00 pm Mon $162 ($172 out-of-state) Massage Therapy I (MSSG 1011) HM13 111Q Sept 10 Dec 10 9:00 am 6:00 pm Sat & Sun $640 ($650 out-of-state) Hydrotherapy (MSSG 1005) HM14 111Q Oct 31 Dec 13 6:00 9:00 pm Mon $105 ($115 out-of-state) Required Books: Massage Therapy Principles & Practice, 4th Edition S.G. Salvo $81.05 Fall 2011 Online learning anytime, anywhere... just a click away! Trail Guide to the Body, 4th Edition Andrew Biel $65.50 Fall 2011 Trail Guide to the Body Handbook, 4th Edition Andrew Biel $24.40 Fall 2011 Anatomy Coloring Book Kapit (Optional) $21.80 Fall Mosby s Pathology for Massage Therapist, 2nd Edition S.G. Salvo $66.65 Spring 2012 Hands Heal, 4th Diana L. Thompson $61.05 Spring (432)

15 TABLE HEALTH OF SCIENCES CONTENTS Fall 2011 NURSE AIDE FOR HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONS I (NURA 1001 & 1060) This course will prepare the student for entry level nursing assistants to achieve a level of knowledge, skills, and abilities essential to provide basic care to residents of long-term care facilities. Topics include resident s rights, communication, safety, observation, reporting and assisting residents in maintaining basic comfort and safety. The emphasis of this course is on effective interaction with members of the health care team. Clinical is a basic type of health professions work-based instruction that helps students synthesize new knowledge, apply previous knowledge, or gained experience managing the workflow. Practical experience is simultaneously related to theory. Close and/or direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional (faculty or preceptor), generally in a clinical setting. Clinical education is an unpaid learning experience. State of Texas Exam in skills and written competency will be scheduled once program is complete. No High School or GED required. Tuition includes Liability Insurance and State of Texas testing fees. Location: Advanced Technology Center, Health Science II and various clinical sites. This is a direct patient contact course. Required Textbooks: Essential s for Today s Nursing Assistant, Special Edition; Nurse Aide Student Packet. 9.0 CEUs Requirements: ID or Drivers License Social Security Card Immunizations (Tetanus, MMR, Varicella & TB) updated Hepatitis B vaccine series or waiver from Dept of State Health Svs CPR Certification Required uniform: set of scrubs (hunter green), watch with second hand, non-marking running or medical shoes Text available at the MC Bookstore Classroom/Clinical HN22 104Q / HN23 111Q 9:00 am 4:00 pm Mon Fri Aug 29 Sep 19 Cheryl Cumming, RN $485 ($495 out-of-state) HN24 111Q / HN25 111Q 9:00 am 4:00 pm Mon Fri Sep 26 Oct 14 Staff $485 ($495 out-of-state) Verification of eligibility to enroll applies to certain courses as required by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services. OPTOMETRIC ASSISTANT TRAINING COURSE I (OPTS 1092) Introductory overview of the optometric field. Topics included will define an optometric field; terminology relating to the visual system; terminology relating to the devices used to correct vision and the equipment of the optical field. This course is approved by the American Optometric Association. Text book required and are available at the Midland College Book store. Location: Advanced Technology Center, 3200 W. Cuthbert, Room HS CEUs HD01 111Q Sep 26 Nov 21 7:30 pm 9:00 pm Mon & Wed $130 ($140 out-of-state) Penelope Torelli PHARMACY TECHNICIAN REVIEW (PHRA 1043) This comprehensive 52 hour course will prepare students to enter the pharmacy field and take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board s PTCB exam. Technicians work in hospitals, home infusion pharmacies, community pharmacies and other health care settingsworking under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. Course content include medical terminology specific to the pharmacy, reading and interpreting prescriptions and defining drugs by generic and brand names. Students will learn dosage calculations, I.V. flow rates, drug compounding, dose conversions, dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control and billing and reimbursement. Location: Advanced Technology Center, Rm CEUs Classroom HD04 111Q Oct 11 Nov 30 6:00 9:30 pm Mon & Wed $999 ($1,004 out-of-state) Nick Villarreal Book included in course fee PHLEBOTOMY (PLAB 1023 & 1060) Skill development in the performance of a variety of blood collection methods using proper techniques and universal precautions. Includes vacuum collection devices, syringes, capillary skin puncture, butterfly needles and blood culture, and specimen collection on adults, children, and infants. Emphasis on infection prevention, proper patient identification, labeling of specimens and quality assurance, specimen handling, processing, and accessioning. Topics include professionalism, ethics, and medical terminology. Clinical is a basic type of health professions work-based instruction that helps students synthesize new knowledge, apply previous knowledge, or gain experience managing the workflow. Practical experience is simultaneously related to theory. Close and/ or direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional (faculty or preceptor), generally in a clinical setting. Clinical education is an unpaid learning experience. Successful completion of the course will prepare the student to challenge either the NCA or ASCP national exams. (Exam not offered as part of course). The course includes 128 hours of clinical time scheduled for the student - two to three 8-hour sessions per week between 5:00 am - 10:00 pm. Fee includes Liability Insurance (NOT health insurance). Location: Advanced Technology Center, HS3. This is a direct patient contact course CEUs Requirements: Immunizations (Tetanus, MMR, Varicella & TB) updated Hepatitis B vaccine series or waiver from Department of State Health Services High School Diploma/GED Medical Health Insurance CPR Certification Required uniform: Set of scrubs (red), safety glasses or eyeglasses Text and supplies required and available at the MC Bookstore Classroom/Clinical HP08 111Q / HP09 111Q Sep 14 Nov 16 5:30 9:30 pm Wed $475 ($485 out-of-state) Yolanda Romero-Ortiz 120 clinical hours scheduled by instructor after course begins (432)

16 Midland College Continuing Education Course Schedule TABLE HEALTH OF SCIENCES CONTENTS Certification courses CPR AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (EMSP 1019) Instruction in lifesaving skills of respiratory (choking and near-drowning) and cardiac emergencies involving adults, children, and infants. Must meet requirements of certifying agency. American Heart Association affiliated health Care Provider Course: adult, infant and child/ one-rescuer; adult, infant and child/foreign body airway obstruction; adult/two rescuer; mouth-to-mask ventilation. A completion card is issued to each student who obtains a minimum score of 80% on the written evaluation and successfully return-demonstrates the steps outlined on the skill performance sheets delineated in the Instructor s Manual for Basic Life Support. No prerequisites. Text recommended and available at the Midland College Bookstore. Instructor is AHA Qualified. Location: Advanced Technology Center, Rm HS CEUs HC16 111Q Sep 10 9:00 am 1:00 pm Sat $40 ($50 out-of-state) Misty Stewart HC17 111Q Oct 1 9:00 am 1:00 pm Sat $40 ($50 out-of-state) Misty Stewart HC18 111Q Nov 5 9:00 am 1:00 pm Sat $40 ($50 out-of-state) Misty Stewart HC19 111Q Dec 3 9:00 am 1:00 pm Sat $40 ($50 out-of-state) Misty Stewart PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED For more information and registration call (432) CHILD CARE 8 HOUR PRE-SERVICE TRAINING (CDEC 1009) The eight-hour PRE-SERVICE training required of all new employees in regulated child care facilities. This training includes positive guidance and discipline concepts, age appropriate activities for children, developmental stages, health and safety practices, and other pertinent child care topics. This training is not offered for TDPRS annual training hours for Child Care Providers. Location: Helen L. Greathouse Children s Center. 0.8 CEUs HG05 111Q Sep 17 8:00 am 5:00 pm Sat $15 ($20 out-of-state) Rita Stotts HG06 111Q Nov 05 8:00 am 5:00 pm Sat $15 ($20 out-of-state) Rita Stotts Online courses ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY REVIEW (HPRS 1091) Review of Anatomy & Physiology as related to normal structure and function of the body including an understanding of the relationship of body systems in maintaining homeostasis. Must have had previous semester credit hours in Anatomy & Physiology(s). To set up schedule, please call (432) CEUs Online $250 ($255 out-of-state) Staff Required Textbook: Human Body in Health & Illness, 2nd Edition (book and workbook) MICROBIOLOGY REFRESHER/REVIEW FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS (SCIT 1092) Review/Refresher course of the detection of microbes in the work place. Designed for students desiring admittance into a health-related program & who have previously completed an academic Microbiology course. To set up schedule, please call (432) CEUs Online $250 ($260 out-of-state) Staff RE-ENTRY NURSING UPDATE / REFRESHER (RNSG 1006 & 1060) Current nursing practice as related to the clinical areas of medical-surgical, maternal-child, psychiatric-mental health, community health, and emergency nursing care. This course is designed for inactive registered nurses wishing to return to active practice. 2.0 CEUs Online/Clinical $655 ($660 out-of-state) Staff RE-ENTRY NURSING UPDATE / REFRESHER (VNSG 2033 & 1060) Current nursing practices as related to various clinical areas. Designed for inactive vocational nurses wishing to return to active practice or update previous nursing knowledge. For textbook and schedule information, please call (432) CEUs Online/Clinical $655 ($660 out-of-state) Staff MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION Online Medical Transcription Program. For more information and registration, please call (432) CEUs Online $1,775 ($1,785 out-of-state) OSHA WORKPLACE SAFETY TRAINING (OSHT 1003) This online training provides an introduction to specific training techniques involving the safe handling of blood and air borne pathogens as well as general safety and security on the premises. The course addresses the right to know and MSDS. Outlines Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations, inspections, penalties, and compliance. For information and registration, please call (432) CEUs Online $50 ($55 out-of-state) Ed Penz 16 (432)

17 PETROLEUM PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER Fall 2011 Understanding and Filing of Railroad Commission Forms and Procedures (PTRT 1091) This class is designed for the student whose business requires knowledge of the Railroad Commission of Texas filing procedures. It will cover an overview of drilling, completions, and production forms used by the RRC. The class will discuss the online filing of the drilling permit as well as the completion forms. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois G Q Oct 17 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon $225 $250/OS Linda Derryberry The Petroleum Professional Development Center (PPDC) provides local, cost-effective training for a broad range of topics, including training for industry software and customized instruction for the energy industry on an as-needed basis. Petroleum Professional Development Center (432) Register online at SPECIAL TOPICS Remediation and Restoration of Hydrocarbon and Brine Contaminated Soils (PTRT 2025) By attending this class, you will be able to conduct small to medium size hydrocarbon and brine remediation projects in-house without using outside consultants; learn to direct an appropriate monitoring program for soil remediation projects; become more effective in dealing with regulators; be able to judge the efficacy of products and services offered by outside vendors for soil remediation and monitoring. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q Sept 20 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Tue $330 $355/OS Kerry Sublette What is Gas Proration and Why? What is Gas Proration and Why provides knowledge and practical tools for dealing with the Railroad Commission s regulatory requirements for gas well completion and production. Gas well allowables and appropriate responses to Commission violation letters are covered. Detailed filing approaches to real-life regulatory situations are presented in a workshop setting. Primary objectives of the course are to provide an overall understanding of the Commission s regulatory scheme related to gas wells while providing everyday examples of filing requirements. Providing practical applications of increased knowledge of gas proration requirements is the primary focus of the class. Online filing of completion forms and production reports will not be covered. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois Oct 18 8:00 am - 12:00 pm Tue $175 $200/OS Dorsey Twidwell Oilfield Terminology (PTRT 1091) This course will prove useful for those who work within the Oil & Gas industry, but not directly in operations. The two-fold outcome will be: (1) see and understand oilfield terminology and (2) since these terms will be defined while drilling and completing an imaginary well, a general Operations 101 understanding will also be achieved. Those working with Daily Reports will find this course especially useful. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q Oct :30 am - 4:30 pm Tue-Wed $430 $455/OS J. T. (Tommy) Lent, Jr. Online E-Learning Courses through our partnership with PetroEd Introduction to Petroleum Industry 84 Hours Developed for employees working in the oilfield who cannot attend day classes Register online: or call: (432) (432)

18 Midland College Continuing Education Course Schedule PETROLEUM PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER Complex Well Core Competency 2011 (PTRT 2015) The program, which is continually updated, will benefit managers, geologists, geophysicists, engineers (drilling, completion, production and reservoir internal staff and key service providers), technicians, and others involved with modern exploitation technology applications. Students with no horizontal/complex well experience will get a good feel for the potential of this technology and learn what analytical tools are available to them to screen, design, and implement this process in an optimal manner. Students with horizontal well experience will broaden their interdisciplinary knowledge and learn some of the latest technical breakthroughs and design options in respect to complex/smart completion technologies, Stack-Fracs, MPD, CT and CBM applications, as well as the latest field experience do s and don ts. G Q Oct :00 am - 5:00 pm Mon-Fri $2,800 $2,825/OS R. G. Bob Knoll The Oilfield from Planning to Plugging (PTRT 2015) This basic course provides an overview of all phases of oilfield operations. The person will be introduced to leases, geology, drilling, completing, and producing wells. The class is ideal for non-technical people wanting to learn the big picture, to broaden their oilfield knowledge, and to learn the value and importance of methods used in the oilfield. Topics include: finding the prospect, leasing the land, drilling the well, logging and testing, casing and cementing, completing the well. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q Oct :00 am - 5:00 pm Tue-Wed $430 $455/OS T. E. Gill An Overview of Oil and Gas Production (PTRT 2005) This class is designed specifically for those new to oil field production or considering entering the field of oil and gas production. This basic course presents the history of the oil and gas production from 1859 to the present. Various aspects of oil and gas production including the formation of oil and gas reservoirs, drilling and completion of wells, stimulation, field development, production methods, artificial lift, surface facilities, well testing, organization, regulatory bodies and troubleshooting will be presented in an open discussion/ question and answer format. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q Nov 1-2 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Tue -Wed $430 $455/OS John Roam Petroleum Geology for Non-Geologists (PTRT 1091) This class is for landmen, geological technicians, secretaries, and engineers with no geological background. Topics include Earth systems, rocks and minerals, sedimentology and stratigraphy, geologic time and history of Earth, structural geology, folding and faulting, origin, nature, and occurrence of petroleum, formation names, and evolution of the Permian Basin. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q Nov 28-Dec 1 Mon-Wed Thu 8:00 am - 5:00 pm 8:00 am - 3:00 pm $1,295 $1,320/OS Paul Pausé PETROSKILLS PetroSkills will be offering the following classes in Midland. Go to the PPDC Website: for dates and course descriptions. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. Artificial Lift Systems - John Martinez Advanced Hydraulic Fracturing - Alfred Jennings Basic Reservoir Engineering - Dr. George Slater Casing and Cementing - Dr. Subhash Shah Well Log Interpretation - Dr. Eric Foster C02 Surface Facilities - Wes Wright Primary Cementing - Cementing I - Jerry Calvert Beam Pumps - Norman Hein Surface Production Operations - Clifford Redus Well Test Design and Analysis - John Spivey Waterflooding A-Z - Richard Henry Well Stimulation: Practical and Applied - Gerald Coulter OPERATIONS ENGINEERING Managing Sucker Rod Lift Well Failures (PTRT 2010) This class is designed for oil field foremen, well site supervisors, or anyone interested in reducing the frequency and cost of well equipment failures in order to improve their profit margins. Discussion will include examples from a successful well failure management program; understanding basic well failure causes including sucker rods, tubing and rod pumps; scheduling repairs or maintenance; prevention techniques such as corrosion inhibition and others. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q Sept 22 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Thu $280 $305/OS Kent Gantz 18 (432)

19 PETROLEUM PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER Fall 2011 An Introduction to Coiled Tubing (PTRT 2010) This course presents coiled tubing (CT) as a tool for workover, drilling, and completions services. It reviews conventional CT workover and completions applications, the properties of CT, its manufacture, the key elements of a coiled tubing unit, and subsurface tools for CT applications. A significant portion of the course covers mechanical and hydraulic performance of CT, including work limits, buckling, and fatigue. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q Oct 20 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Thu $280 $305/OS Jeff Harris Well Service and Workover Pressure Control (PTRT 2010) This course will provide an understanding of the causes and effects of well pressure and instruction concerning the technique of pressure control. The sources of well pressure, the character of well fluids, the mechanics of seals, the design of both surface and downhole pressure control equipment, and typical pressure control operations will be explained. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q Nov 3 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Thu $280 $305/OS Mike Cure For more detailed information visit our website at: Serving the West Texas oil and gas industry, our Petroleum Professional Development Center (PPDC) provides local, cost-effective training for a broad range of energy related topics. Basic Oilfield Operations Training (PTRT 2015) This 12-hour course will cover positive displacement and centrifugal pump principles, separator principles, electric submersible pumps, and rod pumping. The class will also make a field trip to a working tank battery. Manuals will be used along with video instruction. Classroom discussion and overheads will enhance the exchange of ideas and clarify the processes. This course assumes that the student has limited experience with the topics covered and that they have a basic understanding of fluid flow, temperature and pressure. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q Sept :00-8:00 pm Tue & Thu $300 $325/OS Hoxie Smith G Q Sept Tue Wed 8:00 am - 5:00 pm 8:00 am - 12:00 pm $300 $325/OS Hoxie Smith ECONOMICS PHDWin (ITSW 1058) PHDWin is a full featured economic and decline curve analysis program that runs on Microsoft Windows operating systems. PHDWin provides powerful and cost effective production decline curves. This powerful program integrates interactive decline curve and material balance graphics with one of the best economic engines in the industry. Registration limited to 12. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q Aug :00 am - 4:00 pm G Q Nov 1-2 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Tue-Wed $625 $650/OS Celia Payne Economic Evaluation Before Tax Methods (BUSA 1092) This 2.5-day course focuses on before-tax considerations. Organized for managers, engineers, geologists, landmen, scientists, accountants and others concerned with evaluating investments; the course addresses the economic analysis of income and service producing investments based on discounted cash flow analysis procedures. Covers economic analysis techniques used to optimize the petroleum and non-natural resource production and processing operations. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q Oct Mon -Tue Wed 8:00 am - 5:00 pm 8:00 am - 12:00 pm $1,695 $1,720 John M. Stermole (432)

20 Midland College Continuing Education Course Schedule PETROLEUM PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER TECHNICAL - GEOLOGY & GEOPHYSICS Exploring for Missed Pay in Old Wells Using DST Data (PTRT 2005) Who Should Attend? This course is for geologists, engineers & technicians who encounter or utilize DST results and reports in their exploration & production decisions. In fact any professional who needs to make more sense of the numerous old DSTs, which are present in so many wells, often with confusing results. Particularly appropriate for those prospecting for bypassed pay using logs and geology, who may wish to verify their conclusions from the DST or for regional geologists using show maps of DST results. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q August :00 am - 5:00 pm Mon-Wed $575 $600/OS Hugh W. Reid Introduction to Log Interpretation and Quality (PTRT 2010) This 3-day course is designed to provide participants with fundamental principles necessary to understand and interpret open-hole logs. The concepts will assist participants to recognize permeability, hydrocarbons and identify rock and fluid types. The session will also include illustrated techniques for recognizing log validity. Participants are encouraged to bring their own logs to complement existing reallife case studies. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q Oct :00 am - 4:00 pm Wed-Fri $1,095 $2,020/OS Gary Batcheller Log Analysis of Shaly Sandstones (PTRT 1091) The presence of shale or clay in a sandstone reservoir has two effects on petrophysical logs: it lowers resistivity and it causes the porosity logs (sonic, neutron, and density) to generally record too high of a porosity. The lowering of formation resistivity results in the over estimation of the reservoir s water saturation so that a hydrocarbon zone appears water productive. The course will review the types of clay minerals and how they affect both the resistivity and porosity logs. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q Dec 13 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Tue $375 $400/OS Dr. George Asquith Quick Guide to Carbonate Well Log Analysis with Flow Chart, Case Studies and Problems (PTRT 2010) The one-day course in carbonate log analysis is built around a Flow Chart for Carbonate Well Log Analysis. The flow chart is designed so the user can determine carbonate pore type or types, and if the carbonate is water-wet or oil-wet using comparisons of nuclear porosity/sonic porosity/resistivity porosity plus comparisons of Archie (a=1,m=n=2) and Ratio Water Saturations. Next, on the flow chart the moveable hydrocarbon index (Sw/Sxo) and bulk volume water (BVW) values are used to determine if the carbonate reservoir is hydrocarbon or water productive. The final steps on the flow chart are the additional techniques that are used in the final analysis of carbonate reservoirs. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q Dec 14 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Wed $375 $400/OS Dr. George Asquith TECHNICAL - ENGINEERING Well Control School (PTRT 2010) This course is approved by IADC (International Association of Drilling Contractors). It is designed to present the latest technology, equipment, and procedures utilized in maintaining control of a well during drilling and workover operations and to offer cost effectiveness and efficiency to the industry. Designed for drilling and workover personnel, especially drillers, toolpushers, operator representatives, engineers, or anyone involved in operating and servicing wells. Registrants have the option of surface only or surface and sub-sea stack designation. WellCAP certificates are awarded upon successful completion of this course. Registration limited to 18. Location: PPDC Building, 105 W. Illinois. G Q Oct. 3-6 G Q Dec 5-8 Mon - Wed Thu 8:00 am - 5:00 pm 8:00 am - 12:00 pm $700 $725/OS Larry Chapman 20 (432)

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