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1 Adult Education Catalog of Courses Training for work today, building a lifelong career on Long Island! (516) D E P A R T M E N T O F R E G I O N A L S C H O O L S A N D I N S T R U C T I O N A L P R O G R A M S

2 SEARCH my interests Nassau BOCES Adult Education Program Get an edge in the job market. Nassau BOCES Adult Education Programs are recognized by New York State as a high quality adult education center. Career Training Nassau BOCES Adult Evening Programs provide the skills and training needed to succeed in today s job market. State and National Certification All programs provide a Certificate of Completion. Many programs prepare students to earn state and national certification and/or licensing. The Pathway To Career And Work Readiness Has Started

3 Certificate Programs Certificates of Completion Many of our programs offer students a Nassau BOCES Certificate of Completion. Each certificate lists the total hours of work completed by a student. Our Certificate Programs are as follows: A D U L T E D U C A T I O N Automotive Technology Auto Collision, Auto Customizing, Auto Mechanics Computer Institute Microsoft Office Computer Technologies A+ Certification, Computer Technology, MCP210/Network+ CCNA Cisco Networking Construction Trades Drafting, Heating Systems Service Technician, Plumbing, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Refrigerating Systems Operating Engineer (FDNY), HVRAC/EPA Certified Technician, Trade Electricity, Welding (AWS Qualified), Security Systems Cosmetology (NYS Licensing) Culinary Institute School of Culinary Arts, School of Baking and Pastry Arts, Introduction to Culinary, Introduction to Baking Health Occupations Dental Assistant, Electrocardiograph Technician (EKG), Hemodialysis Technician, Medical Assistant*, Medical Assistant/ Medical Secretary, Medical Coding, Billing and Records Specialist*, Certified Nurse Assistant (NYS Certified), Pharmacy Technician (PTCB), Phlebotomy Technician* *CHP eligible Personal Trainer (ACE) Pet Grooming Security Guard (NYS Registered) Solar Technology Photovoltaic Roofing Fundamentals, Solar Hot Water Heating Veterinary Assistant The first step toward a certificate is a Letter of Completion. As a student successfully completes each individual course in a program sequence, a Letter of Completion is mailed. The minimum eligibility standards for a Letter of Completion are as follows: 1Absences of 5 or more in a class that meets for 15 session or more may Result in a grade of F. Absences of (2) or more for sessions that meet from (8) (14) sessions may result in a grade of F. 2The instructor s recommendation that the student has successfully met the course requirements with an average grade of C or better. 3Payment in full. After successful completion of the program sequence, students are eligible for the Certificate of Completion. Students must submit to the Adult Evening Program Office a completed Application for Certificate and attach all necessary documentation. The Certificate of Completion will then be mailed. The application must be submitted within one year of course completion. There is a $10 fee for duplicate copies of a certificate. For More Information Certificate and certification requirements are listed throughout this catalog prior to the description of each program. For more information, please contact the Adult Evening Program Office at State and National Certification Certification Some of our programs also offer students the opportunity to prepare for state and national certification and/or licensing. The programs are as follows: Automotive Technology Engine Repair Automotive Transmission Transaxles Manual Drive Train and Axles Suspension and Steering Brakes Electronic and Electrical Systems Heating and Air Conditioning Engine Performance and other areas Computer Technology A+ Certification CCNA CISCO Networking Network+ Certification Cosmetology Esthetics Health EKG Medical Assistant Medical Assistant/Medical Secretary Medical Billing & Coding Phlebotomy Technician Heating, Ventilation, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Personal Trainer Welding register online at ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses Please note: For some programs Nassau BOCES does not offer the actual examinations required for certification, and students are responsible for applying for the exams on their own. However, the Adult Evening Program can guide students on how to apply. i

4 Table of Contents Certificate Programs i State and National Certification i Admission Guidelines/How to Register How to Register for Other Adult Education Programs Adult Evening Schedule Nassau BOCES Policy Frequently Asked Questions How Do I Get to? Inside Back Cover Nassau BOCES Adult Evening Programs at Appearance Enhancement Barbering Licensing Cosmetology New York State Licensing Esthetics Nail Technology/Waxing Specialty For Students Needing Additional Hours State License Practical Exam Review Automotive Technology Auto Collision Auto Collision I Auto Collision II Auto Customizing Auto Customizing Fundamentals Automotive Painting Classic Car Restoration Classic Car Restoration Auto Mechanics Auto Mechanics I Introduction to Auto Mechanics Auto Mechanics II Steering and Brakes Auto Mechanics III Engine Performance Auto Mechanics IV Auto Electrical/Electronic Systems Auto Mechanics V Automotive Alternative Fuels Technology. 3 Snap-on Tool Courses Snap-on Electrical Measurement (Multimeter) Certification.. 4 Snap-on Wheel Service Certification Snap-on Diagnostic Certification (VERUS) Automotive Gasoline Engine Repair and Rebuilding Automotive Transmissions: Standard and Automatic Car Stereo and Electronic Accessory Systems and Installation. 4 Business Courses QuickBooks Level I QuickBooks Level II Computer Institute Beginning Computer and Internet Use (Part I) Navigate the Information Highway (Part II) Microsoft Office Computer Technology Computer Repair I Computer Repair II Cisco Networking Technology Networking with Windows Server Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (Part I) Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (Part II) Construction Trades Blueprint Reading Heating Systems Service Oil Burner I Oil Burner II Gas Burner Hydronics OSHA (for construction workers) Plumbing Plumbing I Plumbing II Refrigeration and Air Conditioning/HVRAC... 8 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning I Refrigeration and Air Conditioning II Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling EPA Seminar and Certification Test Refrigeration and Air Conditioning III (Advanced Topics) Refrigeration and Air Conditioning IV (Regulatory and Safety Requirements) Refrigeration and Air Conditioning V (Residential Duct Design) Security Systems Electronic Security Systems Solar Technology Photovoltaic Roofing Fundamentals Solar Hot Water Heating Trade Electricity Trade Electric Theory Trade Electric I Residential I Trade Electric II Residential II Trade Electric III Commercial Trade Electric IV Motor Control Trade Electric V National Electric Code/ New York State Residential Code Welding Welding Fundamentals and Qualification AWS Qualification Test Preparation Welding Techniques Culinary Culinary Institute Food Handlers/Safe Serve Introduction to Commercial Cooking Introduction to Culinary Baking Health Occupations Certified Nurse Assistant Dental Assistant Electrocardiograph Technician Hemodialysis Technician Medical Assistant Medical Terminology (Part I) Introduction to Medical Coding (Part II) Medical Billing/Medical Manager (Part III) Pharmacy Technician Phlebotomy Technician Manufacturing (APICS) Introduction to Operations of a Manufacturing Company Introduction to Inventory Control Introduction to Production Control Personal Trainer Personal Trainer (Certified) Pet Grooming Pet Grooming I Pet Grooming II Security Guard Security Guard: 8-Hour Pre-Assignment Training Security Guard: 16-Hour Training Security Guard: 8-Hour Annual In-Service Veterinary Assistant Veterinary Assistant I Veterinary Assistant II Adult Learning Center English as a Second Language (ESL) Adult Basic Education (ABE) High School Equivalency (HSE) (formerly GED). 17 Nassau BOCES and Colleges Partnerships Career Support Services Career Assessment and Coaching Center CACC Learning Online ii ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses register online at

5 Appearance Enhancement Barbering Licensing This course is a combination of classroom instruction and laboratory that will develop the professional knowledge and skills for the barbering license. The course emphasizes training in safety, sanitation, shaving, hair cutting, reception, and sales. New students start winter semester. Beginning January 2015 For more information call (516) Cosmetology New York State Licensing Learn hair design, nail artistry, skin care, and basic men s hair cutting in our modern salons in a relaxed and friendly environment. After successful completion of the 1000-hour course, students may take the Cosmetology State Licensing Exam. Classes meet Monday through Thursday evenings from 6 10 p.m. Monthly payment plans are available. Required additional costs: Textbook, cosmetology kit, and mannequin. Beginning September (6 10 p.m.) 15W101 Beginning February (6 10 p.m.) Monday through Thursday For more information, call (516) Esthetics The Esthetics program is designed to prepare students for a career in skin care. The program provides comprehensive instruction that follows the 600-hour New York State approved curriculum necessary to be eligible to take the state licensing exams. Train for one of the many careers available in the field of skin care. Students will have the opportunity to apply skills during regular classes, while gaining practical experience by working in a clinical setting similar to that of today s contemporary spas. Beginning September (6 10 p.m.) 15W101 Beginning February (6 10 p.m.) Monday through Thursday For more information, call (516) Nail Technology/Waxing Specialty The Nail Technology/Waxing Specialty program gives students the opportunity to become dually licensed through a New York State approved program. Students will apply their skills during regular classes, while practical experience is gained in a clinical setting similar to that of today s modern salons. Students are expected to provide models for the practice and repetition of applying artificial nails. The program will qualify an individual to take both New York State licensing exams. Beginning September (6 10 p.m.) 15W101 Beginning February (6 10 p.m.) Monday through Thursday For more information, call (516) For Students Needing Additional Hours This course allows students who have completed hours in another approved program to complete their hours at and prepare for the Cosmetology State Board written and practical exams. Beginning September (6 10 p.m.) Monday through Thursday For more information, call (516) State License Practical Exam Review This course is for those students who have either: Completed a 1000-hour New York State licensing course and need to review for the practical tests. Obtained coursework/experience either outside of New York State or the United States. Continuous (6 10 p.m.) Monday through Thursday For more information, call (516) or For more information and pricing on all of our cosmetology courses, please call (516) Automotive Technology Auto Collision Auto Collision Certificate Auto Collision I Auto Collision II Total Hours: 120 Auto Collision I This course covers the use of body hammers, dollies, body files, grinders, and related power equipment; the mixing and application of body fillers and putties; proper preparation and repair of metal damage; and the use of primers, sealers, and refinishing procedures. Students will be introduced to oxyacetylene and metal inert gas welding for sheet metal repair. September 22 (7 10 p.m.) 15W101 January 21 (7 10 p.m.) 15S101 April 27 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $860 Auto Collision II This course expands upon the principles introduced in Auto Collision I. It includes restoring corrosion and collision repair, expanded general welding techniques, cost estimating, urethane bumper repair, use of spray equipment, and paint finishing procedures. Prerequisite: Auto Collision I. 14F202 September 23 (7 10 p.m.) 15S202 April 28 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $860 register online at ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses

6 Automotive Technology Auto Customizing Auto Customizing Certificate Auto Collision I, Auto Collision II Auto Customization Fundamentals Automotive Painting 101 Total Hours: 210 Note: The requirement for Auto Collision I & II may be substituted with 2 years of documented work experience in the Auto Collision industry. Electives below earn additional certificates. The following Adult Evening Courses are being offered at Autoseum, 100 County Seat Drive, Mineola, NY The instructor for these courses is one of the country s most experienced auto fabricators known for his work in the television and film industries. Auto Customizing Fundamentals This course provides an introductory experience for working with metals, fiberglass, and rubber for building molds to reproduce auto parts such as grills, spoiler, and scoops. Opportunity for artistry and oneoffs are also included. Introduction to the vacuum forming machine is included. Auto collision specialists will benefit from learning enhanced skill sets and be prepared for entry-level work in shops using current customization techniques. Tuition includes all tools and materials for instruction. Students may want to bring in additional materials or tools for personal custom work.course held at: Autoseum, 100 County Seat Drive, Mineola, NY Prerequisites: Auto Collision I and II. Two years of validated and approved Auto Collision experience may be substituted for the prerequisite. September 29 (7 10 p.m.) 15W101 January 26 (7 10 p.m.) Autoseum, Mineola 20 Sessions/60 Hours $990 Automotive Painting 101 This course focuses on the basics of how to paint a vehicle. Training will involve hands-on experience that will touch on all aspects of proper application of water-based paints. Topics include prepping for paint, masking, sanding, priming, color matching, mixing paint, blending, etc. Tuition includes all tools and materials for instruction. Student may want to bring in additional materials or tools for personal work. Course held at: Autoseum, 100 County Seat Drive, Mineola, NY Prerequisite: None September 30 (7 10 p.m.) 15S101 March 10 (7 10 p.m.) Autoseum, Mineola 10 Sessions/30 Hours $640 Classic Car Restoration 101 This course focuses on the restoration of classic cars and trucks. Training will involve hands-on experience that will touch on many aspects of restoring the body of a classic vehicle (student s or ours) back to its former glory. Students will be taught by highly qualified instructors with national reputations in classic car restoration. This course may lead to a career or expand student s professional skill set and is also geared to the hobbyist that just wants to do it himself/herself. Topics include: Dismantling of car, inventorying parts, assessing the level of restoration needed, determining what parts are needed, preparing rust for repair, proper tools and safety, making patch panels, using a metal brake, and English wheel and mig welder. Course held at: Autoseum, 100 County Seat Drive, Mineola, NY Prerequisite: None October 7 (7 10 p.m.) 15S101 January 27 (7 10 p.m.) Autoseum, Mineola 12 Sessions/36 Hours $800 Classic Car Restoration 102 This course focuses on expanding the skills learned in Classic Car Restoration 101. Working with the highly qualified instructors from 101, students will continue hands-on training in more advanced repair and restoration situations such as full quarter replacement, door skin replacement, structural rust repair, floor and truck pan replacement, and multilevel rust repair. Tuition includes all tools and materials for instruction. Students may want to bring in additional materials or tools for personal custom work. Course held at: Autoseum, 100 County Seat Drive, Mineola, NY Prerequisite: Classic Car Restoration W102 December 2 (7 10 p.m.) 15S102 March 24 (7 10 p.m.) Autoseum, Mineola 12 Sessions/36 Hours $800 2 ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses register online at

7 Automotive Technology Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Adult Evening Program Nassau BOCES Adult Evening Program at the Center prepares auto mechanics for ASE certification in Engine Repair, Automatic Transmissions/Transaxles, Manual Drive Train and Axles, Suspension and Steering, Brakes, Electronic and Electrical Systems, Heating and Air Conditioning, Engine Performance, and other areas. Register for these exams directly with ASE online at For more information, call Auto Mechanics Auto Mechanics Certificate Auto Mechanics I, Auto Mechanics II Auto Mechanics III, Auto Mechanics IV Auto Mechanics V Total Hours: 288 Additional Benefit: Successful completion of s Auto Mechanics I V courses will provide students with the equivalent of five months of work experience credit toward the two-year work requirement for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification. Auto Mechanics I Introduction to Auto Mechanics This course covers basic vehicle maintenance. Students will learn tune-ups and basic engine performance checks, as well as tire and fluid service and repair. Students are introduced to suspension systems, braking systems, and basic automotive electrical systems, as well as the internal combustion engine and hybrid technology. Students are assessed using Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) style questions in preparation for future ASE exams. Required additional cost: Textbook. September 22 (7 10 p.m.) 15W101 January 21 (7 10 p.m.) 15S101 April 27 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $730 Auto Mechanics II Steering and Brakes This course is a continuation of Auto Mechanics I and covers complete hydraulic brake systems, including master and wheel cylinders, disc-brake calipers, vacuum boosters, and the refinishing of drum and disc brakes. Power and manual steering systems (including rack and pinion) and suspension parts are included. Front end alignment is also covered. Textbook from Auto Mechanics I will be required. Prerequisite: Auto Mechanics I. 14F202 September 23 (7 10 p.m.) 15W202 January 20 (7 10 p.m.) 15S202 April 28 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $730 Auto Mechanics III Engine Performance This course is both hands-on and theoretical in its approach to engine tuning and driveability problems. Topics covered include ignition systems, carburetors, fuel injection, computer control systems, and emissions systems. Based on the knowledge learned at the beginning of the course, the instructor will teach more advanced skills such as port fuel injections, C31 computer-controlled coil ignition, GMTBI and PFI advanced diagnosis, EFI on-board computer systems diagnosis, OBD II diagnosis, fuel injection, and microprocessor control unit (MCU). Textbook from Auto Mechanics I will be required. Prerequisites: Auto Mechanics I and II. 14F301 September 22 (7 10 p.m.) 15W301 January 21 (7 10 p.m.) 15S301 April 27 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $730 Auto Mechanics IV Auto Electrical/ Electronic Systems Today s automotive technicians must be familiar with electrical and electronic theory, diagnostics, and repair. Learn about shorts, open circuitry, voltage drops, and grounding AC-DC signals. Study battery service, starting, charging and lighting systems, as well as on-board computers, sensors, instruments, and accessories. Advanced hybrid technology is also covered. Learn how air conditioning, dash units, memory seats, and mirrors are controlled. Textbook from Auto Mechanics I will be required. Required additional cost: Students should have their own multimeter for this course. Prerequisites: Auto Mechanics I and II. 14F402 September 23 (7 10 p.m.) 15W402 January 20 (7 10 p.m.) 15S402 April 28 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $730 Auto Mechanics V Automotive Alternative Fuels Technology Millions of light- and heavy-duty alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles are used by state and federal agencies, private companies, and consumers. Alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles come in a variety of makes and models and run on a number of different fuels. This course is designed to familiarize students with the various types of alternate fuels in use today. Required additional cost: Textbook. Prerequisite: Auto Mechanic I or similar knowledge or experience. 14F501 September 22 (7 10 p.m.) 15W501 January 21 (7 10 p.m.) 15S501 April 27 (7 10 p.m.) 16 Sessions/48 Hours $610 register online at ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses

8 Automotive Technology Snap-on Tool Courses Snap-on Certification Courses These Snap-on Certification courses will be offered multiple times throughout the year. Please check our website and online catalog (www.adultednassau.org) frequently for course availability and schedule. Automotive industry employers and employees are encouraged to attend these courses. Snap-on Electrical Measurement (Multimeter) Certification Modeled after Snap-on Diagnostic Certification, Meter Certification is an increasingly necessary program for a variety of industries, including surface transportation, aviation, manufacturing and the emerging technologies in energy. This fundamental skill is one of the most often requested when talking with industry. Learn basic applications, meter display readings, symbol locations and proper terminal connections. 15W102 January 13 (4 6 p.m.) 15S102 March 17 (4 6 p.m.) 15S202 June 16 (4 6 p.m.) 3 Sessions/6 Hours $120 Snap-on Wheel Service Certification In this course, learn to efficiently and effectively utilize the features, found on the BH1000 Wheel balancer, EHP System V Tire Changer, and Pro42 Alignment Software. The course covers equipment safety, alignment system hardware, software navigation, setup, features, customer database management, vehicle computer interface, match mounting (tire changer), custom configurations (tire changer), mounting of rim (tire changer), cone and adapter selection (tire changer), calibration and diagnostic software. Individual hands on attention is a cornerstone to this program. 14F102 November 13 (4 6 p.m.) 15S102 April 28 (4 6 p.m.) 10 Sessions/20 Hours $500 Snap-on Diagnostic Certification (VERUS) This course is designed to help you efficiently and effectively use 90% of all available features found on the various platform of Snap-on diagnostic equipment. This includes diagnostic and repair information such as ShopKey5, Scanner navigation with Verus, and then continues with lab Scope operation found on the Vantage Pro and Verus. Gain an understanding of controls and navigation, menus and capabilities, configure settings, capture and manage saved data, vehicle communication software, troubleshooter, global OBD II, cause and effect, codes and data, component test meter navigation, vehicle ID specification, navigating ignition scope options, use, create, and edit presets, identify and set alarms, set up and navigate lab scope. Individual hands-on attention is a cornerstone to this program. 14F102 September 30 (4 6 p.m.) 15W102 January 27 (4 6 p.m.) 5 Sessions/10 Hours $300 Automotive Gasoline Engine Repair and Rebuilding This course covers maintenance, problem diagnosis, repair, removal, disassembly, and rebuilding of gasoline engines. Also included will be areas such as defining different types of engines used in today s cars. 15S602 April 28 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $710 Automotive Transmissions: Standard and Automatic This course will cover service, maintenance, and theory of automotive transmissions. Included will be the breakdown and identification of transmission parts and assemblies. Troubleshooting and problem diagnosis will be part of the curriculum. 15S701 April 27 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $710 Car Stereo and Electronic Accessory Systems and Installation This course covers the basic functions and properties of car stereos and accessories. Students will learn how to use specific tools and procedures related to the installation of aftermarket electronic accessories such as car stereos, amplifiers/boosters, speaker boxes, fog lights, and other electronic accessories. 14F802 September 30 (7 10 p.m.) 15W802 January 20 (7 10 p.m.) 15S802 April 28 (7 10 p.m.) 14 Sessions/42 Hours $500 4 ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses register online at

9 Business Courses QuickBooks Level I First time Quickbooks Pro users will learn the basic features of this very popular business software including QuickBooks setup, working with lists and bank accounts using other accounts, entering sales and invoices, receiving payments, and entering and paying bills. 14S103 July 7 (2:45 5:45 p.m.) 14F103 October 20 (2:45 5:45 p.m.) 15S103 March 9 (2:45 5:45 p.m.) 10 Sessions/30 Hours Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday $375 Computer Institute Beginning Computer and Internet Use (Part I) This course is for the student who has never used a computer or feels intimidated. Open up the world of computer applications and the Internet. This course starts from the very beginning! 14F102 September 30 (7 10 p.m.) 15W102 January 27 (7 10 p.m.) 15S102 April 28 (7 10 p.m.) 10 Sessions/30 Hours $390 Navigate the Information Highway (Part II) In this course, the student will learn to navigate the Web using various Web browsers such as Firefox, AOL, and Safari. Learn to set Internet preferences, use browser tools, and various search engines. The student will also learn to find directions using Google Maps, Google Earth, and MapQuest. Prerequisite: Beginning Computer and Internet Use or some basic keyboarding and Internet knowledge. 14F202 November 13 (7 10 p.m.) 15W202 March 17 (7 10 p.m.) 15S202 June 9 (7 10 p.m.) 10 Sessions/30 Hours $390 Computer Technology Computer Technology Certificate Required Course: Computer Repair I Computer Repair II Total Hours: 120 Upon completing the Computer Technology Certificate, students will have obtained sufficient operating system and product knowledge to sit for the nationally recognized A+ Certification exam. Note: Student is responsible for arrangements and exam fee. Computer Repair I This course will introduce students to the basic elements of computer theory and personal computer hardware, and is designed for hardware novices. Topics will include Central Processing Unit (CPU), storage media, CD-ROM, memory, monitor interface, system QuickBooks Level II This intermediate course covers more in-depth features. Learn how to analyze financial data, set up inventory, track and pay sales tax, run payroll, track time, customize forms and write a QuickBooks letter. Prerequisite: QuickBooks Level I. 14F103 September 8 (2:45 5:45 p.m.) 14F203 November 17 (2:45 5:45 p.m.) 15S103 May 4 (2:45 5:45 p.m.) 10 Sessions/30 Hours Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday $375 Microsoft Office Certificate Required Course: Microsoft Office Total Hours: 60 Microsoft Office This course introduces the new computer user to the number one programs used in business today: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. Learn to create professional letters, resumes, tables, and flyers with clipart. Generate impressive financial spreadsheets and charts. Deliver a multimedia slideshow presentation. Build a database to easily store and report on information. Required additional cost: Textbook. Prerequisite: Familiarity with the mouse is strongly recommended. September 29 (7 10 p.m.) 15W101 January 26 (7 10 p.m.) 15S101 April 27 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $580 teardown, upgrading, and troubleshooting. Required additional cost: Textbook. 14F102 September 30 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $750 Computer Repair II This course will expand and build on the elements of basic electronics and personal computer hardware repair as covered in Computer Repair I. In-depth topics include preventative maintenance, system upgrades and improvement, diagnostics, CD-ROM technology, network theory basics, and continuation of digital electronics. Required additional cost: Textbook. Prerequisite: Computer Repair I. 15W202 January 20 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $750 register online at ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses

10 Computer Institute Cisco Networking Technology Nassau BOCES in partnership with Hofstra University Continuing Education presents an industry recognized Cisco Networking Technology Certificate. Cisco Network Specialist Cisco Networking Technology Certificate Today, computer networks are important in business and government. You can enhance your career by becoming a Certified Cisco Network Associate (CCNA). These courses will help you pass the Network+ and Part I and Part II of the CCNA exam. Networking with Windows Server 2008* Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices, Part I Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices, Part II** TOTAL HOURS: 132 * Upon successful completion of Networking with Windows Server, the student may sit for the globally recognized Network+ Certification exam N ** Upon successful completion of all three courses the student may sit for the CCNA exam. (Note: Student is responsible for making testing arrangements and exam fees.) A Letter of completion will be provided for each course completed. A Certificate of Completion will be earned upon successful completion of Part II. Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (Part I) In this course, we review the seven layers of the OSI reference, the encapsulation process, IP Subnetting, TCP/IP, PPP, ISDN, and Frame Relay protocols. Network equipment such as bridges, hubs, switches and routers are studied comprehensively through lectures and hands-on exercises. Prerequisite: Networking with Windows Server. T October 10 (6 10 p.m.) T April 17 (6 10 p.m.) 9 Sessions/36 Hours Friday Location: Hofstra CE $945 For information on how to register call: (516) Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (Part II) Building on skills learned in Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices, Part I, you will learn to manage a small- to medium-sized Enterprise network. Topics include configuring switches, connecting to a WAN, and network security. Prerequisite: Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices, Part I. T January 9 (6 10 p.m.) T June 26 (6 10 p.m.) 9 Sessions/36 Hours Friday Location: Hofstra CE $945 For information on how to register call: (516) Networking with Windows Server 2008 In this introduction to computer networking, students learn to network computers using the Windows Server operating system and install and maintain a basic network. Other topics covered include protocols of data communications; communication architecture; what it takes to build, analyze, diagnose, and service networks in the home or business. The Internet and the World Wide Web (WWW) are discussed as are the related hardware and software topics. All classes are held in our dedicated computer technology lab, and combine theory with hands-on training. Requried additional cost: Textbook. Prerequisite: Basic PC knowledge. Some knowledge of Windows is helpful but not required. Computer Repair would also be helpful, but is not required. September 29 (7 10 p.m.) 15W001 January 26 (7 10 p.m.) 15S001 May 4 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 hours $950 6 ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses register online at

11 Construction Trades The construction courses offered at do not provide licensing. Students interested in becoming licensed for a trade must contact their town s Department of Buildings for requirements for the New York States office. Blueprint Reading This course covers reading and interpreting blueprints pertaining to residential and commercial construction. From working drawing concepts to trade information, students will learn all aspects of print reading. Floor plans, views, and plot plans will be discussed in detail. In addition, students will learn drawing symbols and basic views. Required additional cost: Textbook. September 29 (7 10 p.m.) 15W101 January 21 (7 10 p.m.) 15S101 March 30 (7 10 p.m.) 15S201 May 20 (7 10 p.m.) 12 Sessions/36 Hours $580 Heating Systems Service Heating Systems Service Technician Certificate Oil Burner I Oil Burner II Gas Burner Solar Hot Water Heating (see page 12) Hydronics Plumbing I Total Hours: 232 Oil Burner I Instruction is provided in the theory of basic oil burner installation, troubleshooting, piping, pumps, valves, and nozzles. Basic electricity is also covered with a concentration on wiring for steam, hydronics, and hot air systems. Required additional cost: Textbook. 14F102 September 23 (7 10 p.m.) 15W102 February 3 (7 10 p.m.) 15S102 April 28 (7 10 p.m.) 18 Sessions/54 Hours $850 Oil Burner II This course focuses on oil pump sizing, and the electrical application of oil burner motors, primary controls, and switching relays. The course also covers the electrical wiring of various heating systems, and discusses high efficiency oil burner technology. 15W202 January 6 (7 10 p.m.) 15S202 April 23 (7 10 p.m.) 10 Sessions/30 Hours $580 Gas Burner This course introduces students to the principles of gas heating installation. Discussion topics will include controls, wiring, troubleshooting, gas line sizing, vent sizing, and gas burner equipment. 14F102 September 23 (7 10 p.m.) 15W102 February 24 (7 10 p.m.) 15S102 May 26 (7 10 p.m.) 10 Sessions/30 Hours $550 register online at ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses Hydronics Students will learn how to do heat loss calculations for residential and small commercial heating systems. Course topics will include radiation, boiler, pipe, circulation, and expansion tank sizing from simple floor plans. 15W102 January 6 (6:30 10 p.m.) 15S102 July 1 (6:30 10 p.m.) Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 8 Sessions/28 Hours $420 OSHA (for construction workers) This training is intended to provide entry-level construction workers with the information about their rights and how to identify, abate, avoid, and prevent job-related hazards on construction sites: Modules covered include: Intro to OSHA OSHA Focus Four Hazards Personal Protect and Lifesaving, Equipment Health Hazards in Construction. 14F103 October 8 (2:45 5:45 p.m.) 15S103 March 4 (2:45 5:45 p.m.) 4 Sessions/12 Hours Wednesdays $225 Plumbing Plumbing Certificate Plumbing I Plumbing II Oil Burner I Gas Burner Solar Hot Water Heating Blueprint Reading Total Hours: 258 Plumbing I This course provides basic instruction in pipefitting skills. It includes piping layouts in the drainage, waste, and vent systems. It will also include instruction in the repair and replacement of plumbing materials in domestic housing. Required additional costs: Students must provide tools and some materials (list provided first night of class). September 29 (7 10 p.m.) 15W101 January 26 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $950 Plumbing II This course covers installing, troubleshooting, and repairing water heaters and drainage systems. New York State plumbing codes are also reviewed. Required additional cost: Students must provide tools and some materials (list provided first night of class). Prerequisite: Plumbing I. 15S201 April 27 (7 10 p.m.) 16 Sessions/48 Hours $800 7

12 Construction Trades Refrigeration and Air Conditioning/HVRAC HVRAC/EPA-Certified Technician Certificate The following series of courses is designed for students seeking a career in the Heating, Ventilation, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning field, as well as for students wanting to enhance their skills. These courses cover the operation, installation, troubleshooting, and service of new and existing heating and cooling systems. Students will also become EPA certified upon successful completion of the EPA exam. Required Courses for the HVRAC/EPA Certified Technician Certificate: Refrigeration and Air Conditioning I Refrigeration and Air Conditioning II Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling EPA Certification Test and Seminar Blueprint Reading Gas Burner Hydronics Trade Electric IV-Motor Control (Must complete Refrigeration and Air Conditioning II prior to taking this course electrical prerequisite is waived.) Recommended: Residential Duct Design, RAC-V Total Hours: 289 Required additional courses for FDNY Refrigeration Systems Operating Engineer: Refrigeration and Air Conditioning III (Advanced Topics) Refrigeration and Air Conditioning IV (Regulatory and Safety Requirements) Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Certificate Refrigeration and Air Conditioning I Refrigeration and Air Conditioning II Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling EPA Certification Test and Seminar Total Hours: 141 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning I This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of refrigerant cycle theory and is mostly theory with some hands-on learning. An introduction to basic electricity and the types of components found on small refrigeration equipment will be covered. Other areas of study include cutting, bending, flaring, swaging, and soldering of copper tubing. Required additional costs: Textbook and hand tools (list of tools provided first night of class). September 22 (7 10 p.m.) 15W101 January 21 (7 10 p.m.) 15S101 April 27 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $900 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning II This class emphasizes service procedures and operation of system. Topics include attaching gauges; vacuuming; pressure testing; and leak detection of water-cooled equipment, water towers, and basic chillers. Textbook from RAC I will be required. Required additional cost: Hand tools (list to be provided). Prerequisite: Refrigeration and Air Conditioning I. 14F202 September 16 (7 10 p.m.) 15W202 January 6 (7 10 p.m.) 15S202 April 28 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $950 Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling In this course, students will learn the reason for recovering and/or recycling refrigerant from a sealed system, as well as the government regulations involved. The emphasis will be a hands-on activity with actual refrigerant recovery/recycling machinery. Included will be the safety and handling procedures for the new HFC-R410 Refrigerant. It is recommended that students provide their own gauge manifold set and hand tools. Prerequisite: Refrigeration and Air Conditioning II. 14F602 December 9, 10, 11 (6 10 p.m.) Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 15S602 March 24 (6 10 p.m.) 15S602 July 9 (6 10 p.m.) 3 Sessions/12 Hours $315 EPA Seminar and Certification Test This exam is mandatory for all technicians who service, maintain, and repair commercial refrigeration and air conditioning equipment. The Environmental Protection Agency Technician Certification Exam certifies a technician in accordance with Section 608 of the Clean Air Act. Participants taking this exam can become certified in the following areas: Type I Small Appliances Type II High Pressure and Very High Pressure Type III Low Pressure Universal Types I, II, and III 14F710 December 16, 17, 18 (7 10 p.m.) 14W710 April 13, 15, 16 (7 10 p.m.) 14S710 July 20, 22, 23 (7 10 p.m.) $370 (Seminar & Exam) 3 Sessions/9 Hours $250 (Exam Only) PLEASE NOTE: *Prerequisite for EPA Test: RAC I and II and Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling or documented trade experience in the field. 8 ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses register online at

13 Construction Trades Refrigeration and Air Conditioning III (Advanced Topics) This optional, theory only RAC-III course covers advanced topics and builds upon the material covered in RAC-I, II, and Recovery and Recycling. Along with RAC-IV and a minimum of 200 course hours (see HVRAC certificate program), the student will have met the minimal instructional training requirements for the FDNY Department of Accreditation for Refrigerating System Operating Engineer. Topics in this course include: absorption systems, steam jet and thermocouple systems, compression systems, multiple systems, refrigerants and evaporators, metering devices, compressors, prime movers and secondary refrigeration systems among others. Prerequisite: Completion of all RAC courses through EPA Certification. 14F302 Call for Schedule (3:30 6:30 p.m.) 8 Sessions/24 Hours $600 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning IV (Regulatory and Safety Requirements) This optional RAC-IV course covers the regulatory and safety requirements required for the FDNY Department of Accreditation for Refrigerating System Operating Engineer. Topics include: department permit and operator requirements, building code and mechanical code requirements, Clean Air Act, OSHA regulations and the impact of local laws 5 of 1973, 16 of 1984, 41 of 1978, 58 of 1987, 26 of 2004 and 26 of 2008 on the operation of refrigerating systems. Prerequisite: Completion through RAC-III. 14F402 Call for Schedule (3:30 6:30 p.m.) 1 Session/3 Hours No Cost When Taken with RAC-III Refrigeration and Air Conditioning V (Residential Duct Design) This course is suited for the experienced air conditioning installer or designer. Learn to design a residential duct system in less time with the streamlined duct sizing procedure, using a revised edition of the Manual D (Duct Design). This procedure applies to constant volume systems and zoned, variable air volume systems, over the full range of duct construction materials. Required additional cost: Textbook. 15S502 July 13 (7 10:00 p.m.) Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 5 Sessions/15 Hours $400 Security Systems Electronic Security Systems Certificate Required Course: Electronic Security Systems Total Hours: 60 Electronic Security Systems This course will cover installing and maintaining electronic systems. Topics include electrical theory, test equipment, safety, low voltage cabling, site surveys, and planning. Hand tools and test equipment will be covered and used throughout the course. Required additional costs: Textbook. Students may be asked to provide certain hand tools (list provided first night of class). 14F102 September 30 (7 10 p.m.) 15WS102 January 27 (7 10 p.m.) 15S102 April 28 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $895 Solar Technology Photovoltaic Roofing Fundamentals Certificate Required Course: Photovoltaic Roofing Fundamentals Total Hours: 21 Photovoltaic Roofing Fundamentals Students will gain a basic understanding of Photovoltaic systems for the solar generation of electricity to power a typical residence. There is both theory and hands-on installation. The student will learn to size PV systems based on owner kwhr usage, sun-hours and tilt angle of the roof. Learn the effects of shading, calculate string sizing and inverter specs, sizing of conductors, grounding, and over-current protection. For the hands-on component, the student will practice installing a PV system on a typical roof. Prerequisite: Basic math skills, successful completion of Trade Electric Residential II, or electrical contractors. 15S623 July 2 (7 10 p.m.) Roof install class starts at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday & Thursday 6 Sessions/21 Hours $525 REGISTER EARLY! SEMESTERS START* SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 JANUARY 20, 2015 MARCH 30, 2015 * for most classes. register online at ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses

14 Construction Trades Solar Hot Water Heating Certificate Required Course: Solar Hot Water Heating Total Hours: 30 Solar Hot Water Heating This course presents detailed information about solar thermal applications for Long Island homes and small businesses. Students will learn how to design, install, and service code-compliant solar water heating systems and their respective components for residential and commercial heating and for swimming pool applications. System demonstrations and training will utilize our solar thermal training system. Prerequisite: Basic math skills, Heating or Plumbing Trades program, or contractors. 14F102 September 30 (7 10 p.m.) 15W102 January 20 (7 10 p.m.) 15S102 May 5 (7 10 p.m.) 10 Sessions/30 Hours $540 Trade Electricity Trade Electricity Certificate Trade Electric Theory Trade Electric I Residential I Trade Electric II Residential II Blueprint Reading Trade Electric III Commercial Trade Electric IV Motor Control Minimum Hours: 309 Trade Electric Theory This course is required for those individuals interested in the electrical trades, and is a prerequisite for all other electrical courses. Learn about electrical circuits, layout symbols, practical low voltage wiring, switches, wire sizes, and computing loads using Ohm s Law. Course includes handouts, support lectures, and hands-on lab work. The basics learned here will get students on their way to a rewarding career in the electrical field. Required additional cost: Basic hand tools (list provided first night of class). 14F011 September 29 (7 10 p.m.) 15W021 January 12 (7 10 p.m.) 15S031 March 16 (7 10 p.m.) 13 Sessions/39 Hours $580 Trade Electric I Residential I This course covers a review of basic electrical theory conductor sizes, wiring methods, connections, and voltage drops. Also covered are threeand four-way switch controls for lighting circuits, receptacles, ground fault circuit interrupters, and an introduction to the National Electric Code. Students will have a large amount of hands-on shop work. Required additional costs: Textbook. Students may be asked to provide hand tools and materials (list provided first night of class). Prerequisite: Trade Electric Theory. September 22 (7 10 p.m.) 15W101 December 8 (7 10 p.m.) 15S101 March 30 (7 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $880 Trade Electric II Residential II This course includes a review of local and national electric code, single phase wiring methods, lighting and branch circuits, and service entrance equipment. Students will have a large amount of hands-on shop work. Textbook from prior course. Required additional costs: Some tools and materials (list provided first night of class). Prerequisite: Trade Electric I. 14F202 September 30 (6:30 10 p.m.) 15W202 January 20 (6:30 10 p.m.) 15S202 March 31 (6:30 10 p.m.) 17 Sessions/60 Hours $880 Trade Electric III Commercial Explore industrial and commercial wiring and services. Apply both theoretical and practical elements and methods of working in industrial electricity. This course follows the guidelines of the National Electrical Code and is primarily a theory class. Required additional cost: Textbook. Prerequisite: Trade Electric II. 14F301 September 22 (6:30 9:30 p.m.) 15W301 January 12 (6:30 9:30 p.m.) 15S301 (17 Sessions) April 13 (6:30 10 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $ ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses register online at

15 Construction Trades Trade Electric IV Motor Control This course leads students through the general principles of electric motor control. Conditions of start, stop, manual, remote, and automatic controls are covered while students actively construct, energize, and troubleshoot the varying control circuits. This course follows the guidelines of the National Electric Code as applied to motors. Required additional costs: Tools and some materials (list provided first night of class). Required additional cost: Textbook. Prerequisite: Trade Electric III. 14F402 September 23 (7 10 p.m.) 15W402 January 20 (7 10 p.m.) 15S402 April 21 (7 10 p.m.) 18 Sessions/54 Hours $680 Trade Electric V National Electric Code/New York State Residential Code This course is designed for students to stay current and make proper installations. The curriculum covers a comprehensive study of the National Electric Code including electrical safety, latest mandates, modifications and revisions to the code. Required additional cost: Current National Electrical Code Textbook. Prerequisite: Completion through Trade Electric IV or 2 years of on-the-job apprenticeship. 15W502 December 2 (6:30 9:30 p.m.) 15S502 May 5 (6:30 9:30 p.m.) Tuesdays 6 Sessions/18 Hours $460 Welding American Welding Society (AWS) Welding Qualification Test Center For Experienced Welders: Do you think you have what it takes to pass the structural steel or 6G Pipe certification test? We are an AWS Qualification Test Center. Walk In exams are available for welders with 3+ years of experience. For Beginning Welders: 0 2 years experience and completion of the Nassau BOCES AWS Qualification Test Preparation course. Train in our state-of-the-art welding shop to take a Qualifying Exam for: American Welding Society s (AWS) D1.1 Structural Steel 4-Position Arc Welder AWS 6G Pipe Qualification Flux Core Qualification. Test and material fees included for first test. Call (516) for more information or to make an appointment. AWS Welding Qualification Welding Fundamentals and Qualification AWS Qualification Test Preparation Total Hours: 90 Welding Fundamentals and Qualification This course starts at the beginning and provides information on safety practice in the techniques of bead disposition in flat, vertical, and overhead positions, and on four types of joints using mild steel. Students will also learn the basics of electrode selection and oxyacetylene burning both manual and automatic. Also covered are the fundamentals of GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding/MIG Welding) and GTAW (Gas Tungsten Arc Welding/TIG Welding) on aluminum and steel. The student will then concentrate on SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding/Stick Welding) on flat plate to prepare for the AWS qualification tests, and on pipe and flux core to prepare for the American Petroleum Institute (API) or American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) qualifications. Required additional cost: Protective headgear. 14F201 September 15 (7 10 p.m.) 15W201 February 9 (7 10 p.m.) 14F202 September 23 (7 10 p.m.) 15W202 February 10 (7 10 p.m.) 22 Sessions/66 Hours $1,900* *NOTE: $1,400 due at time of registration; balance of $500 is due within 30 days after class start date. AWS Qualification Test Preparation This course will sharpen students welding skills in preparation for the D1.1 Structural Steel 4-Position Arc Welder or Flux Core qualification exams materials and one test/position is included in tuition. 15W101 January 5 (7 10 p.m.) 15S101 May 18 (7 10 p.m.) 15W102 January 6 (7 10 p.m.) 15S102 May 19 (7 10 p.m.) 8 Sessions/24 Hours $1,200 *For 6G Pipe Qualification add additional $100 to tuition. Welding Techniques This non-certification course is a general introduction to welding safety and welding methods. Students will learn basic welding skills using oxyacetylene, shielded metal arc, metal inert gas (MIG), and tungsten inert gas (TIG). 15S102 June 16 (6 10 p.m.) 8 Sessions/32 Hours $850 register online at ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses

16 Culinary The Culinary Institute Nassau BOCES in partnership with Hofstra University Continuing Education presents, The Nassau BOCES Culinary Institute. An exciting, professionallevel, job-ready culinary arts program for Adults. The programs available are: School for Culinary Arts: 7 months, 280 hours, $8,400* October April: M, T, W, 6:30 10 p.m. School for Baking and Pastry Arts: 7 months, 280 hours, $8,400* January July: M, T, W, 6:30 10 p.m. Our Instructors Our instructors are award-winning, statecertified chefs and culinary professionals. Chef Paul Magro is head of the Culinary Department at and has 18 years of teaching experience. He is an executive chef, a published author, and a member of the American Culinary Federation and Guild of Chefs Board of Directors. Chef Michael C. DeLillo has 16 years of teaching experience, has received numerous awards and honors, has appeared in print publications and on television and is a member of the American Culinary Federation and the New York Guild of Chefs. The Curriculum The curriculum covers local and national health codes; basic knife skills; equipment maintenance; restaurant-style food, baking and dessert preparation and training for the ServSaf and Nassau County Board of Health exam. Who Is It For? Designed for any individual interested in entering the Culinary field in a professional capacity. The program offers in-depth experience and provides hands-on skills in the food service industry. What Is Included? At less than half the cost of most colleges and certificate programs, the courses include uniforms, books and cutlery. *Payment plans (with no finance charges) and job placement assistance are available. Be part of this lucrative and ever-growing profession. For more information, call (516) ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses register online at

17 Culinary Introduction to Commercial Cooking and Baking Certificate Introduction to Commercial Cooking Introduction to Culinary Baking Total Hours: 66 Food Handlers/Safe Serve This training covers concepts for food safety, time and temperature control, preventing cross contamination and cleaning and sanitizing. Students in this course will earn nationally accredited food safety certification from the National Restaurant Association. 14S103 July 7 (2:45 5:45 p.m.) 14F103 October 14 (2:45 5:45 p.m.) 15S103 March 11 (2:45 5:45 p.m.) 10 Sessions/30 Hours Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday $375 Introduction to Commercial Cooking In this basic course, students will prepare soup stocks and will learn soup and sauce making, poaching, roasting, braising, and sautéing. It includes preparation of meats, fish, eggs, poultry, and vegetables. Additional topics include principles of management; food preparation; service for large numbers of people; and proper use of knives, utensils, and equipment. 14F102 September 30 (7 10 p.m.) 15W102 January 27 (7 10 p.m.) 15S102 April 28 (7 10 p.m.) 12 Sessions/36 Hours $730 Introduction to Culinary Baking In this basic course, the student will develop a basic understanding of baking procedures. Some of the topics to be covered are safety, sanitation, weights and measures, the chemistry of baking and how it relates to products, yeast breads, quick breads, cookies, cakes, and pies. 15W102 January 28 (7 10 p.m.) 15S102 March 18 (7 10 p.m.) 15S202 May 6 (7 10 p.m.) Wednesday & Thursday 10 Sessions/30 Hours $620 DON T MISS OUR OPEN HOUSE September 8, 2014 & January 7, 2015 A D U L T E D U C A T I O N of our students report good to excellent 100%satisfaction with courses Christopher Devito, a past student of the Welding Qualification course, recently called his instructor and said: Thanks to your training, I recently started my own business and am now bidding for state contracts in demolition, fabrication and construction. Thanks to Nassau BOCES Adult Evening Program, I have learned Medical Coding and Billing and I m applying these skills at a Cardiologist s office in Queens. Anita Steiger Even after Jack Miller of Merrick earned his Auto Collision certificate he stated: I ve learned so much at Nassau BOCES from these classes that I m excited to come back and continue learning more. The Adult Evening Program helped me to enhance my computer skills so that I could accept a job as a ticket agent and customer service representative at Delta Airlines at JFK airport. I m getting better pay and a more interesting career. Sandra Arcila register online at ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses

18 Health Occupations Certified Nurse Assistant Certificate Required Course: Certified Nurse Assistant Total Hours: 132 Dental Assistant Certificate Required Course: Dental Assistant Total Hours: 60 Certified Nurse Assistant This course provides instruction in basic nursing theory and the skills necessary to provide care in hospitals, nursing homes, patient s homes, and other healthcare facilities. Course content is related to safety, comfort, and rehabilitation of patients. Students must maintain a 75% average before being recommended to participate in the clinical rotation. A complete physical exam is required prior to the clinic. Additional costs: Textbook, uniform, apron, shoes, and identification pin. Students who successfully complete the course may sit for the New York State Nurse Assistant Certification Exam for an additional fee of $115 payable to the NYS Commissioner of Health NYSNA. Prerequisite: A reading comprehension test must be taken before registration ($20 non-refundable fee). Student must have computer keyboarding skills and a Social Security number of Tax ID in order to take the NYS Certification exam. Note: Tuition is payable in full upon acceptance into program and is subject to a special payment and refund policy. Ask for a copy of the policy. September 30 (5 10 p.m.) 15W102 January 20 (5 10 p.m.) 15S103 April 21 (5 10 p.m.) Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday plus Saturday Clinics (1 Day, 8 a.m. 2:30 p.m.) 27 Sessions/132 Hours $1,530 Dental Assistant This course provides the basic knowledge of dentistry and prepares students to function in a dental operatory and office setting. Topics covered include personal hygiene, administrative and communication skills, nutrition, office safety, and office emergencies. In addition, this course covers all dental procedures, four-handed dentistry, tray set-ups, infection control, sterilization, dental materials, preventive dentistry, radiology, dental anatomy, and the oral cavity. Employment opportunities include working in dental offices, public health agencies, hospitals, dental supply companies, and the military. Required additional cost: Textbook. September 29 (6:30 9:30 p.m.) 15W101 January 21 (6:30 9:30 p.m.) 15S101 April 27 (6:30 9:30 p.m.) 20 Sessions/60 Hours $800 A D U L T E D U C A T I O N A D U L T E V E N I N G P R O G R A M D I S C O U N T C O U P O N GOOD FOR 10% OFF ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES* For senior adults who are 60 years of age or older, and for high school graduates from within the last 5 years. THIS COUPON MAY BE APPLIED WITH YOUR PAYMENT FOR CLASSES. *Excludes Cosmetology, Culinary Institute and licensing and industry certification courses. 14 ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses register online at

19 Adult Learning Center A place to learn and succeed! THE ADULT LEARNING CENTER offers classes to prepare students for a HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY diploma, English written and oral communication. We also prepare students for the citizenship test. We welcome everyone who wants to learn and become college and career ready. Classes are free (except for a required registration and book fee) to adults over 21 years of age who do not have a U.S. High School diploma. f o r f u r t h e r i n f o r m a t i o n : w w w. n a s s a u b o c e s. o r g / a d u l t e d register online at ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses

20 English as a Second Language (ESL) This program helps students, whose native language is not English, improve their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. ELIGIBILITY Classes are free for adults over 21 without a U.S. high school diploma or equivalent. Registration and book fees apply. SERVICES * Skills Assessment Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing Beginner, intermediate and advanced courses Citizenship preparation Computer-assisted instruction * Please be available for 1 2 hours to complete the assessments. Bring a Photo ID to Registration ESL Term & Class Schedule 2014/2015 TERM 1: TERM 2: 9/8/14 1/30/15 2/2/15 6/18/15 LEVITTOWN Monday Friday 8:30 11:30 am WESTBURY or 6:30 9:30 pm BALDWIN 5:30 8:30 pm BETHPAGE 10:00 am 1:00 pm ELMONT or 10:00 am 1:00 pm 9:30 am 12:30 pm FRANKLIN SQ. 6:30 9:30 pm *HEMPSTEAD 10:00 am 1:00 pm LAWRENCE 7:00 10:00 pm ROSLYN ESL Registration Schedule 2014/2015 or 9:30 am 12:30 pm UNIONDALE 10:00 am 1:00 pm VALLEY STREAM 6:30 9:30 pm * This Denotes an ESL/Citizen Curriculum TERM 1 TERM 2 9/8/14 1/30/15 2/2/15 6/18/15 8:30 10:30 am or 12:00 1:00 pm LEVITTOWN 8/20 & 21 8:30 10:30 am 1/15, 16, 20 & 21 Adult WESTBURY 8/20 & 21 6:00 8:00 pm 1/20, 21 & 22 6:30 8:00 pm BALDWIN 9/22 & 24 5:30 7:30 pm 1/21 & 26 5:30 7:00 pm BETHPAGE 9/8 & 10 10:15 am 12 pm 1/13 & 14 10:15 am 12 pm ELMONT 8/19 & 20 10:15 am 12 pm 1/12 & 13 10:15 am 12 pm FRANKLIN SQ. 9/18 & 23 6:30 8:00 pm 1/20 & 22 6:30 8:00 pm *HEMPSTEAD 8/18 & 20 10:15 am 12 pm 1/21 & 23 10:15 am 12 pm LAWRENCE 9/10 & 11 6:30 8:00 pm 1/26 & 27 6:30 8:00 pm ROSLYN 9/17 & 18 9:45 11:45 am 1/14 & 15 9:45 11:30 am UNIONDALE 9/22 & 23 10:15 am 12 pm 1/6 & 7 10 am 12 pm VALLEY STREAM 9/15 & 16 6:30 or 7:00 pm 1/21 & 26 6:30 8:00 pm * This Denotes an ESL/Citizen Curriculum FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT www. nassauboces.org/ adulted 16 ADULT EDUCATION Catalog of Courses register online at

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