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1 Continuing Education Workforce Development SUMMER 2015 SCHEDULE Certified Nurse Aide (Nurse Tech) Train for a Career in Healthcare Aesthetic Laser Technician Activity Director Certified Nurse Aide Dental Assistant Home Healthcare Aide Medical Office Professional Medication Aide for Nurse Aide Massage Therapy Professional Medical Coding Radiological Technician

2 Medical Office Professional Program Description The Medical Office Professional program will prepare students to work in a medical office setting and provide the skills and knowledge necessary for a more advanced medical records career. This program is the prerequisite for the Medical Coding Program for CPC Certification. Required Courses Medical Terminology Medical Administrative Support The program includes a mandatory 4.5 hours of online classwork and a 3-hour face-to-face class that meets Wednesday evenings. For more information see page 20 or call

3 Table of Contents General Information & Registration Directory...2 FAQs and Financial Aid Information...3 General CEWD Information...4 Corporate Training...7 How to Register...8 Academic Overlay Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)...9 Adult Basic Education GED Comprehensive & Math Prep...10 Career Training Computer Training...11 Professional Development...13 Helicopter Pilot Training...13 Human Resources Management...14 Health Care Training Activity Director...15 Aesthetic Laser Technician...15 Certified Nurse Aide (CNA/Nurse Tech)...16 Clinical Medical Assistant (CMA)...17 CPR...17 Dental Assistant...18 Home Healthcare Aide (Patient Care Giver)...17 Massage Therapy...19 Medical Office Professsional...20 Medication Administration for Nurse Aide and Annual Update...19 Non-Certified Radiological Technician...20 Phlebotomy Technician...21 Professional Medical Coding...20 Veterinary Assistant...21 Industrial Training CNC/Machining...22 Commercial Truck Driving License (CDL)...23 Pipefitting...23 Welding...24 Safety Education Concealed Handgun License (CHL)...26 Motorcycle Safety & Experienced Rider...26 Vocational Education...27 Online Learning...28 Community Programs-Visit ACC Marketplace

4 Directory ACC Continuing Education Workforce Development Activity Director Aesthetic Laser Technician Busy Bodies Kids College Camps & Career Prep Certified Nurse Aide (CNA/Nurse Tech) Clinical Medical Assistant (CMA) CNC Machinist Commercial Truck Driving License (CDL) Community Programs Computer Training Concealed Handgun License (CHL) Corporate Training Court Reporting CPR Dental Assistant Emergency Medical Technician (EMT GED Comprehensive & Math Prep Helicopter Pilot Training Home Healthcare Aide (Patient Care Giver) Human Recource Management Industrial Design (Drafting) Karate Massage Therapy Medical Office Professional Medication Administration for Nurse Aide and Annual Update Non-Certified Radiological Technician (NCRT) Online Learning Phlebotomy Technician Physical Fitness Pipefitting Professional Development Professional Medical Coding Recruiting/Tours Safety Education Senior Adult Senior Computer Training Sports and Human Performance Veterinary Assistant Vocational Education Welding Workforce Grants

5 FAQs Frequently asked questions: Where is Alvin Community College at Turner - Pearland? 4717 Bailey Rd, Pearland, TX From Alvin take I-35 North to Pearland. Take a left on Bailey Rd (County Road 101). After you go through the Veterans Road intersection, the ACC at Turner- Pearland campus will be on your right. Are CEWD programs and courses eligible for tax form 1098-T? No they are not. CEWD courses are not eligible for tax deduction. What does IN and OD tuition stand for? IN means in-district tuition and OD means out-of-district tuition. See page 4, General Information, for what determines your residency. What is the difference between CEWD and credit? CEWD classes give you fast track options and the hands on training one needs to obtain a skilled job in the work place. A college application is not rewquired to to enroll in CEWD programs, transcripts and college entrance exams are not required, and one only take classes specific to the trade you are registering for. Unlike credit classes, CEWD courses are non-transferrable from one college to another. Upon completion of a Continuing Education Workforce Development program students will receive a certificate of completion or a state certification, whereas credit programs are geared more for a minimum of a two year degree commitment, or longer if one is interested in transferring to a four year university. Financial Aid *Continuing Education Workforce Development programs do not qualify for Federal Pell Grants. *Continuing Education Workforce Development programs & classes are not 1098-T form eligible. Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG) Limited funds are available for persons who qualify through the College Financial Aid Office, to assist with payment of tuition for vocational courses. Books and fees are not included. This grant does not require repayment and is applicable only for vocational courses. Come by the Continuing Education Office, ACC Campus Building H, Room 103 for an authorization form. Alternative Student Loans Alternative student loans, also known as private student loans, are specialized college student loans designed to provide supplemental funding to cover costs associated with college. Search online for student loans provided by banks or other institutions that are not federally funded. VA Funding CDL, Dental Assistant and Welding programs are approved for Chapter 33, Chapter 30, Chapter 1606, Chapter 1607, Chapter 35 and Chapter 31 VA funds. VA students must maintain Cumulative GPA of 2.0 and meet the progression standards of the program they are enrolled. For more information call Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Currently our CNC Machinist and Welding programs are eligible for the WIA scholarship through Workforce Solutions. Individuals qualify based on unemployment, underemployment or financial need. Other restrictions apply. For more information visit the Workforce Solutions website at 3

6 General CEWD Information General Information Some courses require the purchase of special books or equipment. Books and supplies are not included in the tuition cost unless indicated. Supply lists are provided at first class meeting. Books and supplies are usually available in the College Store. For College Store hours, call To be classified as in-district (IN) for ACC courses, a Texas resident must live within the boundaries of the ACC tax district. Alvin residents are considered in-district for ACC at Turner - Pearland courses. Out-of-district fees (OD) are required of students residing outside the ACC tax district. Texas residents residing outside the ACC tax district will have a $20.00 OD fee on all CEWD courses as indicated in the schedule. For certificate programs a $22.00 student services fee will apply. Students registering after a class has started will be charged a $25.00 late fee per course. Cancellation of a Scheduled Class The College will cancel a course that lacks sufficient enrollment five working days prior to the class start date or three working days for one-day classes. When a course is cancelled, every effort is made to notify all registered students promptly; ACC s preferred method of communication is via . A full refund is processed automatically. Refund checks will be mailed to students within three weeks of cancellation of a class. No cash refunds will be given. Avoid cancellations by registering early. CEWD Refund Policy A 100% refund, less a $20.00 service fee per course, will be given if the student submits a written, signed request for a refund no later than five working days prior to course starting. Refunds will not be issued within the five working days before first class meeting unless class is cancelled by CEWD. In this event, 100% of the tuition and fees will be refunded. Allow three weeks for checks to be mailed. This policy applies to all CEWD courses unless otherwise stated. Course tuition/fees are not transferable from one course to another or from one student to another. CEWD Credit (overlay) Refund Policy - refer to the Credit Schedule for refund information or call Enrollment/Program Costs Tuition and fees must be paid in full at time of registration. Cash, VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover are accepted. A minimum number of students are required for each course. Tuition and fees are based on program costs/instruction, registration, equipment, building use, and residency status. Grading System The final grade given in most CEWD courses follows the standard letter grading system with the exceptions of S meaning successful completion and N meaning not successful. Some courses require other grading systems to satisfy federal, state or other regulatory requirements. A Certificate of Completion will be provided if the student has successfully completed the course. There is a $5.00 fee for each additional or replacement certificate request. Transcripts All transcript requests must be made in writing to Continuing Education Workforce Development. Official transcripts will be placed in a sealed envelope. If requested, an official transcript can be forwarded to another institution or agency if the correct address and point of contact is provided by the student. There is a $5.00 fee for each official transcript request. 4

7 Admission to Classes/Attendance Only registered students may attend class. To avoid disruption of classroom instruction, children of enrolled students may not attend classes or related activities. Cellular phones and other electronic devices should not be brought to class. If student s name is not on roster, a paid course receipt is required. In case of emergencies, students may be contacted through the Campus Police Office at Available Student Services A student service fee of $22.00 per semester will be added to workforce training courses of 19 hours or more. This enables students to take advantage of the following: Library - For information call (Alvin Campus). Computer Lab - For information call Fitness Center - For information call Student Activities - For more information call In order to use the available services, CEWD students must bring a paid course receipt to obtain a student ID card from the Library, Bldg. A. The student services fee is payable to the Cashier s Office (in Bldg. A) and is current for one academic semester. Business Hours/Holidays: Summer Semester Business Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Holidays: May 25 Memorial Holiday Code of Conduct The Alvin Community College Student Code of Conduct (Student Handbook and ACC Administrative Procedures Manual, Sections 8.08, 8.09, 8.10, 8.11, and 8.12) applies to all noncredit students. Disclaimer Notice The courses in this schedule will be taught as listed, provided there is sufficient enrollment in each section to justify the course offering. The College will cancel a course that lacks sufficient enrollment five working days prior to the course start date. The schedule of time, room and instructor reflect the intention of the College at the time the schedule is published. These are subject to change and their listing in the schedule is not an assurance to students that they will be taught exactly as listed. Non-Discrimination Policy Alvin Community College is an equal opportunity institution and does not discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, pregnancy, gender equity, sexual orientation, parental status, national origin, age, disability, family medical history or genetic information, political affiliation, military service or veterans status. Temporary Parking Permit A temporary parking permit is required for on-campus (ACC) non-credit courses (excluding one day courses) from Campus Police, room H132. Students must bring a paid course receipt to obtain a permit before attending their first class. Tuition Tuition is based upon residency status on file. ACC may change tuition rates and other charges without notice when so directed by the Board of Regents. 5

8 Continuing Education Workforce Development Continuing Education Workforce Development (CEWD) provides workforce training for individuals as well as opportunities for industry partnerships. Our innovative partnerships with business and industry allow the college to be a part of shaping the future of the community and local businesses. We offer workforce training programs that incorporate new technology to give students the edge they need to further or begin their career in a number of fields including health care, professional services, industrial arts and more. In addition to workforce training, we offer Alvin and the surrounding communities the opportunity to be life-long learners in Continuing Education through our community programs. Certificate Programs Certificate programs offered through Continuing Education Workforce Development include Certified Nursing Assistant, Clinical Medical Assistant, Computer Technician, CNC / Machining, Dental Assistant, Home Healthcare Aide, Human Resources, Massage Therapy, Medical Office Professional, Medication Administration, Non-Certified Radiologic Technician, Pipefitting, Professional Medical Coding, Phlebotomy, Truck Driver Training, Veterinary Assistant and Welding. Community Programs The Community Programs include courses for personal and professional advancement designed to broaden an individual s cultural, personal, professional, and recreational interests. Course offerings are revised and new courses are added continuously to reflect changing community needs and interests. Additionally, Continuing Education Workforce Development includes education and training that supports personal objectives. See page on our variety of community course offerings. Computer & Software Training Our services are designed to meet the customized training needs of area businesses and individuals. Program offerings include basic, intermediate and advanced courses in Microsoft Office, the Internet and other software. Training for companies is customized to meet specific needs. Customized & Corporate Training Customized training programs work with business, industry, governmental and non-profit agencies to deliver timely, cost effective, quality, performance-based training. Professional trainers conduct short-term training to accommodate identified needs. Customized training includes: computer training, technical training, employee growth programs and continuous process improvement. Visit with our Continuing Education Workforce Development team to learn more about our training opportunities. The CEWD office is located in H building room or 6 We offer customized workshops and training courses on over 300 topics for local business employee training. Call now for more information

9 Do you own a small business? You may be eligible to receive funds from the Texas Workforce Commission to train your employees. Through the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) Skills for Small Business program, up to $2 million from the Skills Development Fund is dedicated to the backbone of the Texas business community - our small employers. Small businesses now can apply to TWC for training offered by Alvin Community College. TWC processes the applications and works with the college to fund the specific courses selected by businesses for their employees. This exceptional opportunity is in conjunction with the Governor s Small Business Forums. It supports businesses with fewer than 100 employees, and emphasizes training for new workers. It has the additional ability to upgrade the skills of incumbent works. For more information, contact TWC Workforce Business Services staff at or ACC offers training solutions to businesses and organizations on virtually any topic. We work with all sizes of companies, government and community organizations, and we welcome the opportunity to work with your organization. Our training solutions range from offering courses, seminars and workshops, to creating customdesigned corporate trainings tailored to meet your needs. These solutions include delivering the training at a location best suited to meet your needs at your site within our service area, or one of our locations at a time that is convenient for you. We currently have programs in these areas and can always tailor any request for your needs: Advanced Writing Skills Adobe Acrobat and Photoshop Business Ethics for the Office Business Leadership Call Center Training Computer Basics Customer Service Training Critical Thinking Diversity Training How to Blog and Podcast Human Resources Intuit QuickBooks Marketing Microsoft Office Applications Safety in the Workplace Success in Sales Teamwork For more information on ACC corporate training call

10 How to Register Registration is ongoing throughout the year for continuing education courses. Register early to avoid course cancellations. ACC requires a minimum number of students to be enrolled for a course to be held. Register In-Person Alvin Campus, H Building Room Mustang Road Alvin, TX Summer Days/Times Monday - Tuesday 8:00am - 5:00pm Wednesday - Thursday 8:00am - 4:30pm Register Online Online registration is available for select Continuing Education Workforce Development programs. If you have a WebACCess login: Log into WebACCess. Select Continuing Education (do not select Student, that is for credit classes). Select Register and Pay for Continuing Education Classes. Choose the Topic Code and Location in drop-down menus for the course which you are registering. Select the Course Session for which you are registering by clicking on the white box in the select column. Click Submit at the bottom of the page. If you do not have a WebACCess login: From ACC home page click Continuing Ed/Career Training. Select Register on WebACCess. Choose the Topic Code and Location in drop-down menus for the class which you are registering. Select the Course Session for which you are registering by clicking on the white box in the select column. Click Submit at the bottom of the page. On the Personal Identification page, fill out all of the fields that are indicated with a res star with the student s information. Important: When entering information on the Personal Identification screen, ALL the information must be the student s. Using a parent/spouse s Social Security Number in place of a student s will cause record damage with the college s Registrar. Please note on the top of that screen the message regarding address and/or phone number changes; if you are a returning student and your address/numbers/ have changed within the last 3 months you must contact our office in order for us to have updated information. Entering the new information on the Personal Identification screen will not over-ride the old information in our student database. It is important that our office has current student information in case of course cancellations or changes. Call the CEWD office at

11 Academic Overlay hhemergency Medical Technician Emergency Medical Technician - Basic Lecture Introduction to the level of Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) - Basic. Includes all the skills necessary to provide emergency medical care at a basic life support level with an ambulance service or other specialized service. Co-requisites: Enrollment in CEEMSP 1060 and hold an American Heart Association or Red Cross CPR Certification. Lab hours required. CEEMSP /08/15-08/13/15 08:00AM - 11:50AM MW S131 P Stemmer CEEMSP /04/15-08/13/15 06:00PM - 09:50PM TTH S131 P Stemmer Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $60.00 EMT - Basic Clinical A course of study that provides detailed education, training, and work-based experience in the hospital and ambulance arena. Clinical experiences are unpaid external learning experiences. (6 hours per week external clinical/ambulance experience.) Student must attend a clinical orientation session. Students will schedule 48 hours of hospital clinical and 48 hours of ambulance training by developing their own schedule. Students should have access to a computer for and clinical scheduling. Co-requisites: American Heart Association or Red Cross CPR certification. Concurrently enrolled in CEEMSP CEEMSP /04/15-08/13/15 TBA TBA S132 M Spears Fee(s): Tuition IN $73.00 Tuition OD $ Other Fees $ Emergency Medical Technician hhadditional Academic Overlay Programs Contact the Department Chair for the following programs. Court Reporting An Exciting, Rewarding, High-Tech Profession! Court reporters may work in the courtroom to provide transcripts of trial proceedings or they may produce depositions for atorneys or they may work with the hearing-impaired community by providing captioning and CART services. There is an increasing demand for court reporters. Average salery over $60,000 per year. For more information call Industrial Design AutoCAD topics include CAD equipment selection and interface; software selection and installation; creating and plotting offline drawings for architectural, electrical, circuit, mechanical, or interior design, create/modify graphic elements, storing and retrieving predefined components; and adding text and dimensions. For more information call Sports and Human Performance ACC Sports and Human Performance graduates leave prepared to instruct or coach groups or individuals in the fundamentals of sports as well as demonstrate techniques and methods of participation. Graduates typically work in the health corporate, community, or commercial fitness professions. For more information call

12 Adult Basic Education hhged Prep GED Comprehensive Preparation This course readies the student to take and pass the GED test. Instruction focuses on the four (4) content areas of the GED test: reading/writing, science, social studies, and mathematics. Textbook and official GED calculator (TI-30XS MultiView) are required. STUDENTS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 must meet certain criteria prior to online registration. CEADED 0020 AC04 5/18/15-6/29/15 09:00AM - 12:00PM MTWTH A222 K FORD CEADED 0020 AC05 5/18/15-6/29/15 06:00PM - 09:00PM MTWTH H125 J VALENTINE Tuition: IN $180 OD $200 Other Fees $31 GED Math Preparation This course prepares the student to take the GED math test. Instruction topics includes whole numbers, word problems, decimals, fractions, ratio and proportion, percent, measurement, statistics, basic geometry, basic algebra, and advanced topics in algebra and geometry. STUDENTS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 must meet certain criteria prior to online registration. Textbook and official GED calculator (TI-30XS MultiView) are required. CEADED 0030 AC002 05/18/15-06/29/15 06:00PM - 09:00PM. MW A222 Faculty Tuition: IN $87 OD $107 Other Fees $18 REGISTRATION IS EASY! Have a credit card? Registering online with your credit/debit card is fast and simple. Go to and select Continuing Ed/Career Training on the red banner at the top of the page. Choose Register Online/WebACCess from the drop-down menu. Then select GED Prep Classes under the topic code and the campus you prefer. Next, choose the class you d like to register for from the list that appears. From there you ll be asked some demographic questions and then your credit card information. If you d prefer registering in person, visit Building H, Room 103, at our main ACC campus to speak with one of our Continuing Education customer service specialists who will be happy to help you! STUDENTS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE GED classes are available to 17-year-old students as well as 16-year-olds who are court-ordered. Before being allowed to attend class, underage students and a parent or legal guardian must meet with the program coordinator and agree to certain classroom rules before the end of class. Call to set up an appointment. 10

13 Career Training hhcomputer Training We offer a wide range of individual computer courses to help students develop or upgrade their computer skills. Find detailed class descriptions at Introduction to Computers for Seniors This course is designed to take the mystery out of computers. Learn computer terminology, computer hardware, software, operating systems, files, folders, working with Windows, the Internet, and computer networks. This hands-on course is taught in a way that everyone can understand. ACC AT TURNER - PEARLAND CAMPUS Course No. Date(s Time Day Room Instructor CEITSC 1012 TC01 06/08/15-06/24/15 09:00AM - 12:00PM MW 1611 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $55.00 CEITSC 1012 AC01 06/09/15-06/25/15 09:00AM - 12:00PM TTH H124 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $57.00 Introduction to Internet for Seniors This course introduces the Internet, World Wide Web (WWW), and how to perform basic research to address personal or company/business needs. Topics include accessing and navigating the Internet, covering concepts, terms, tools, and services such as Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Learn to browse and search the Internet successfully using popular browsers and search tools. Requires knowledge of the Windows XP environment. ACC AT TURNER - PEARLAND CAMPUS Course No. Date(s Time Day Room Instructor CEITNW 1007 TC01 06/29/15-7/08/15 09:00AM - 12:00PM MW 1611 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $65.00 Tuition OD $85.00 Other Fees $20.00 Computer Business Fundamentals This course is designed to provide the student with essential core skills in computers to enter the job market. Key concepts discussed are basic computer operations, word processing, spreadsheets, telecommunications, databases, and time management. Interviewing and resume writing are also covered. The student will be issued a certificate upon completion. Students will receive training materials in the first class session and will be issued a certificate upon course completion. Course No. Date(s Time Day Room Instructor CEPOFI 1004 AC01 06/09/15-08/13/15 06:30PM - 09:30PM TTH H124 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $59.00 Using QuickBooks This course provides an introduction to the popular QuickBooks Accounting software. This course teaches the use of the software and not the accounting skills. Topics include setting up companies and accounts, cash receipts and requires knowledge of the Windows environment. Students will receive training material in first class session. CEACNT 1010 AC01 07/28/15-08/13/15 01:00PM - 04:00PM TTH H124 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $57.00 ACC AT TURNER - PEARLAND CAMPUS CEACNT 1010 TC01 06/08/15-06/24/15 01:00PM - 04:00PM MW 1611 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $55.00 Access-Excel-Internet-Outlook-Photo Shop-PowerPoint-QuickBooks-Word and more! 11

14 Introduction to PhotoShop CEITSW 1023 AC01 06/09/15-06/18/15 01:00PM - 04:00PM TTH H124 M Padgett Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $57.00 Microsoft Access 2013 CCEITSW 1053 AC01 07/14/15-07/23/15 09:00AM - 12:00PM TTH H124 M Padgett Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD$ Other Fees $57.00 Microsoft Excel 2013 CEITSW 1046 AC01 07/28/15-08/06/15 09:00AM - 12:00PM TTH H124 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $55.00 Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2013 ACC AT TURNER - PEARLAND CEITSW 1046 TC01 07/13/15-07/22/15 01:00PM - 04:00PM MW 1611 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $55.0 Advanced Microsoft Excel 2013 ACC AT TURNER - PEARLAND CEITSW 2049 TC01 08/03/15-08/12/15 09:00AM - 12:00PM MW 1611 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $55.00 Microsoft Outlook 2013 CEITSW 1030 AC01 06/30/15-07/09/15 01:00PM - 04:00PM TTH H124 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $57.00 Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 ACC AT TURNER - PEARLAND CEITSW 1041 TC02 06/30/15-07/09/15 09:00AM - 12:00PM TTH H124 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $55.00 Intermedicate Microsoft Word 2013 CACC AT TURNER - PEARLAND CEPOFI 1024 TC01 08/03/15-08/12/15 01:00PM - 04:00PM MW 1611 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $

15 hhprofessional Development Public Speaking Survival ACC AT TURNER - PEARLAND CECOMG 1009 TC01 06/29/15-07/08/15 01:00PM - 04:30PM MW 1611 R Ruiz CECOMG 1009 TC02 07/13/15-07/22/15 09:00AM - 12:00PM MW 1611 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $55.00 Time Management CEBMGT 1020 AC01 07/14/15-07/16/15 01:00PM - 04:30PM TTH H124 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $86.00 Tuition OD $ Other Fees $55.00 ACC AT TURNER - PEARLAND CEBMGT 1020 TC01 07/27/15-07/29/15 09:00AM - 12:30PM MW 1611 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $86.00 Tuition OD $ Other Fees $55.00 Business Etiquette CEBUSG 1012 AC01 6/23/15-6/25/15 01:00PM - 04:30PM TH H124 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $86.00 Tuition OD $ Other Fees $57.00 ACC AT TURNER - PEARLAND CEBUSG 1012 TC01 7/27/15-7/29/15 01:00PM - 04:30PM MW 1611 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $86.00 Tuition OD $ Other Fees $55.00 Goal Setting CEBMGT 2006 AC01 07/21/15-07/23/15 01:00PM - 04:30PM TTH H124 R Ruiz CEBMGT 2006 AC02 08/11/15-08/13/15 09:00AM - 12:00PM TTH H124 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition IN $86.00 Tuition OD $ Other Fees $57.00 Helicopter Pilot Training Enroll Anytime! hhhelicopter Pilot Training The helicopter program takes students through a ground training course that will prepare them to take the FAA private pilot written exam followed by helicopter flight training where they will become a certified commercial helicopter pilot. Ground training and 150 hours are required for a commercial helicopter pilot license. TEXTBOOK REQUIRED Aviation Ground School CEAVIM 1090 AC01 TBA TBA TBA Salaika Aviation TJ Salaika Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $ Flight Hour Block CEAIRP 1091 AC01 TBA TBA TBA Salaika Aviation TJ Salaika Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $

16 hhhuman Resource Management Certificate This 45 hour Human Resource Certificate is a seven and a half week program designed to meet the unique needs of working professionals in acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare for a broad range of positions in the field of Human Resources. Students must complete all five courses to receive certificate. Courses required for Human Resource Certificate: Introduction to Human Resources Job Analysis Personnel Planning and Recruiting Human Resource courses offered this semester: Training and Developing Employees Coaching Careers and Talent Management Introduction to Human Resources This course is a basic overview of human resources and outlines the major functions, competencies, and responsibilities involved in the field of human resources. Textbook Required: HR Management 13th Ed., Gary Dessler - ISBN: approximate cost $100. CEHRPO 1000 AC01 06/08/15-06/15/15 06:00PM - 09:00PM MW H112 K McAuliffe Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $20.00 Job Analysis This course explains the nature and importance of job analysis and how it affects the organization. Students will learn how to collect information for job analysis and also how to write a job specification. CEHRPO 1007 AC01 06/17/15-07/01/15 06:00PM - 09:00PM MW H112 K McAuliffe Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $5.00 Personnel Planning and Recruiting This course will improve your effectiveness in recruiting candidates, and explain the main techniques used in employee planning and forecasting. CEHRPO 1091 AC01 06/29/15-07/13/15 06:00PM - 09:00PM MW H112 K McAuliffe Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $5.00 Training and Developing Employees This course is designed to help students understand the basic training process and the increased effectiveness of training employees. CEHRPO 1092 AC01 07/08/15-07/22/15 06:00PM - 09:00PM MW H112 K McAuliffe Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $5.00 Coaching Careers and Talent Management This course is designed to help students understand the importance of coaching and mentoring employees. Students will understand the employees, managers, and employers career development roles. CEHRPO 1003 AC01 07/20/15-08/03/15 06:00PM - 09:00PM MW H112 K McAuliffe Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $

17 Health Care Training hhactivity Director This program is 16 weeks long and is approved by the National Certification Council for Activity Professionals (NCCAP) and Consortium of Therapeutic Recreation/Activities Certification (CTRAC-Texas certifying body). Students start with online course work for the first 9 weeks then move on to 96 hours of fieldwork (Clinicals) beginning week 10 through week 16. Both sections below are required at time of registration. New classes begin the first Monday of every month. Call now to register! Fundamentals and Administrative Skills for Activity Professionals 1 INTERNET CEGERS 1004 AC04 TBA TBA TBA Internet D Brewer Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $5.00 Clinicals: Activity Professional I CEGERS 1060 AC04 TBA TBA TBA TBA D Brewer Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $36.00 hhaesthetic Laser Technician The Aesthetic Laser Hair Removal training is offered to help meet the workforce needs of aesthetic laser facilities. This 44 contact-hour course prepares the student to register as an apprentice in training with the Texas Department of State Health Services and eventually test and achieve the Texas recognized designation as a Certified Laser Hair Removal Provider (CLHRP). State regulation of laser providers requires laser technicians to be certified. Training Includes: LHR device safety; laser physics; skin typing; skin reactions; treatment protocols; burns; eye protection; emergencies; and post-treatment protocols; review of client s preexisting conditions to determine if consultation with a consulting physician is needed for possible diagnosis or treatment; review of client s previous hair removal procedures by another modality; review of client s current medications to determine if any medications need to be brought to the attention of the consulting physician based on established protocols; proper signage and posting; use of a LHR device; and anesthesia used in conjunction with LHR procedures, and CPR training on a designated Saturday. Date to be determined by instructor. CELOTT 1000 AC01 06/07/15-07/26/15 09:00AM - 05:00PM SU H131 Faculty Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $

18 hhcertified Nursing Assistant This state-approved CNA program is 112 hours long and consists of two sections - Nurse Aide for Health Care and Health Care - Clinical. The program meets all requirements established by the Texas Department of Aging and Disabilities. After completion of the program; graduates will demonstrate the skills and knowledge acquired, in a state-given, nationallystandardized exam. After successful completion of this exam, the students name will be listed on the Texas State Registry for Certified Nurse Assistants. View and print the required program application at CO-REQUISITE: Must concurrently enroll in corresponding sections for CENURA-1060 (Nurse Aide Clinical). CNA DAY PROGRAM Nurse Aide for Health Care CENURA 1001 AC04 06/08/15-07/13/15 08:00AM - 12:00PM MTWTH H131 D Ives CENURA 1001 AC05 08/03/15-09/04/15 08:00AM - 12:00PM MTWTH H131 D Ives Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $24.00 Nurse Aide for Health Care - Clinical CENURA 1060 AC04 06/18/15-07/09/15 07:00AM - 05:30PM TTH TBA D Ives CENURA 1060 AC05 08/13/15-09/02/15 07:00AM - 05:30PM WTHF TBA D Ives Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $47.00 CNA EVENING PROGRAM Nurse Aide for Health Care CENURA 1001 AC14 06/08/15-07/13/15 06:00PM - 10:00PM MTWTH H131 D Ives CENURA 1001 AC15 08/03/15-09/04/15 06:00PM - 10:00PM MTWTH H131 D Ives Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $24.00 Nurse Aide for Health Care - Clinical CENURA 1060 AC14 06/18/15-07/09/15 07:00AM - 05:30PM TTH TBA D Ives CENURA 1060 AC15 08/13/15-09/02/15 07:00AM - 05:30PM WTHF TBA D Ives Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $

19 hhnew Home Healthcare Aide (Patient Care Giver) This is an introductory course that will teach you the concepts and skills required to provide basic patient care within the client s home. Includes infection control, safety, basic physical and psychosocial needs as related to developmental stages, patient care skills, and principles of nutrition and home management. Unlike the CNA this program does not require a clinical course or State Certification. For more information visit the H building, Room 103 or contact alvincollege.edu / DAY PROGRAM Home Healthcare Aide CENURA 1091 AC01 06/08/15-07/13/15 8:00AM - 12:00PM MTWTH H131 D Ives CENURA 1091 AC02 08/03/15-09/04/15 8:00AM - 12:00PM MTWTH H131 D Ives Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $ EVENING PROGRAM Home Healthcare Aide CENURA 1091 AC11 06/08/15-07/13/15 6:00PM - 10:00PM MTWTH H131 D Ives CENURA 1091 AC12 08/03/15-09/04/15 6:00PM - 10:00PM MTWTH H131 D Ives Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $ hhclinical Medical Assistant This program prepares students for an exciting career working alongside primary healthcare providers to provide hands on patient care. Medical assistants assist physicians with procedures, perform basic lab tests, administer basic medications, implement treatments, and explain basic care to patients. For more information call The CMA program consists of four sections - Basic Medical Assistant Technology, Basic Medical Terminology, Advanced Medical Assistant Technology and Externship. All courses are required for certificate. Must register and pass first three courses prior to registering for Externship. (NEW session starts Fall 2015) Externship-Clinical Medical Assistant (Continuation of Spring 2015 Program) ACC AT TURNER - PEARLAND CEMDCA 1060 AC03 07/22/15-08/30/15 TBA TBA TBA C Bell Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $62.00 hhcpr This training provides the Healthcare Professional with the knowledge and skills to perform CPR with the use of AED and BVM for infant, child, and adult patients. All instructors are experienced in pre-hospital and hospital emergency care. Meets American Heart Association for Healthcare Provider requirements. Textbook strongly recommended for review prior to course especially for first-time students. CEEMSP 1019 AC01 06/06/15-06/06/15 09:00AM - 03:00PM S H112 Faculty CEEMSP 1019 AC02 06/20/15-06/20/15 09:00AM - 03:00PM S H125 Faculty CEEMSP 1019 AC03 07/11/15-07/11/15 09:00AM - 03:00PM S H112 Faculty CEEMSP 1019 AC04 07/25/15-07/25/15 09:00AM - 03:00PM S H125 Faculty CEEMSP 1019 AC05 08/08/15-08/15/15 09:00AM - 03:00PM S H125 Faculty CEEMSP 1019 AC06 08/29/15-08/29/15 09:00AM - 03:00PM S H125 Faculty Fee(s): Tuition $90.00 Other Fees $

20 hhdental Assistant The ACC Dental Assistant Program consists of 9 progression courses which include classroom and lab hours. The two scheduled options for the program (day or evening) are designed to help accommodate students with families or those who are currently working. In the ACC Dental Assistant program, you will gain the skills you need to take the State of Texas Registered Dental Assistant (RDA) exam, and enter into an entry-level position in the dental industry. VA funding for those that qualify. Program application required. DENTAL ASSISTANT EVENING PROGRAM Continuation of Fall 2014 Evening Program Clinical-Dental Assisting CEDNTA 1060 AC10 06/16/15-08/26/15 TBA - TBA TBA TBA M Abraham Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $ Seminar for the Dental Assistant CEDNTA 2030 AC10 06/16/15-08/26/150 6:00PM - 09:00PM T H116 M Abraham Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $40.00 Dental Office Management and Procedures CEDNTA 1051 AC10 06/17/15-08/19/15 06:00PM - 09:00PM W H124 M Gonzalez Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $ DENTAL ASSISTANT DAY PROGRAM Continuation of Spring 2015 Day Program Dental Office Management and and Procedures CEDNTA 1051 AC11 06/15/15-08/17/15 1:30PM - 4:30PM M H124 L Davis Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $ Clinical-Dental Assisting CEDNTA 1060 AC11 06/16/15-08/26/15 TBA - TBA TBA TBA M Abraham Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $ Seminar for the Dental Assistant Fall 2015 Session - Evening Classes Dental Open House - June 18th - 6:00pm Student Orientation - August 5th - 6:00pm CEDNTA 2030 AC11 06/16/15-08/26/15 09:00AM - 11:00AM T H116 M Abraham Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $

21 hhmassage Therapy Massage Therapy is a one-year intensive program featuring both classroom instruction as well as hands-on training. To help transition from student to practitioner, students will complete an internship where they work directly with clients providing massages. This program is designed to meet the needs for individuals to apply for the NCBTMB exam, and/ or the MBLEx exam, State Jurisprudence exam and apply for state licensure. The 526 hour program satisfies the hour requirement for State Licensing. Program application required. Courses required for the Massage Therapy Program: Fundamentals of Massage Therapy I Human Health and Hygiene Human Anatomy and Physiology Business Practices and Professional Ethics Kinesiology Pathology Hydrotherapy/Therapeutic Modalities Massage Therapy Fundamentals II Internship Massage Therapy Internship (Continuation of Fall 2014 Day Program) CEMSSG 2086 AC01 07/13/15-09/30/15 TBA TBA H108 S Ebert Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $35.00 Business Practices and Professional Ethics (Continuation of Spring 2015 Day Program) CEMSSG 1007 AC02A 06/02/15-09/08/15 06:00PM - 09:00PM T H108 S Ebert Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $35.00 hhmedication Administration for Nurse Aide Medication Administration for the Nurse This course is Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services approved. Instruction in preparation and administration of designated medications by non-licensed nursing personnel employed in licensed health care agencies including responsibilities associated with such administration. Certified nurse aides must be employed in a Medicare/Medicaid skilled nursing facility, Mental Health Mental Retardation (MHMR) facility, correctional institution, or licensed personal care facility. Certified nurse aides MUST be employed in one of the above mentioned facilities on the first day of class and maintain employment during the course. Individuals in a licensed personal care facility are not required to be Certified Nurse Aides. However, they will be required to show proof of 90 days of employment. PREREQUISITES: STUDENTS MUST BE 18 YEARS OLD AND SUBMIT A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION. MUST BE A CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE LISTED ON THE TEXAS NURSE AIDE REGISTRY. REGISTRATION MUST BE COMPLETE 5 BUSINESS DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS DATE. TEXTBOOK(S) REQUIRED. For more information call CENURA 1013 AC03 08/11/15-12/17/15 06:00PM - 10:00PM TTH H131 D Ives Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $93.00 Medication Aide Update for Nurse Aide CENURA 1041 AC01 06/06/15-06/06/15 09:00AM - 04:30PM S H125 D Ives CENURA 1041 AC02 07/11/15-07/11/15 09:00AM - 04:30PM S H125 D Ives CENURA 1041 AC03 08/01/15-08/01/15 09:00AM - 04:30PM S H125 D Ives Fee(s): Tuition IN $55.00 Tuition OD $75.00 Other Fees $

22 hhmedical Office Professional This is a 90 hour hybrid course (online and face-to-face) that will prepare the student to work in a medical office setting and provide the skills and knowledge necessary for a more advanced medical records career. The course will include basic office procedures, medical records administration, medical terminology and pathophysiology. This course is the prerequisite for the Medical Coding Curriculum for CPC Certification. For more information, visit CEWD/HealthCare or call Medical Terminology CEPOFM 1013 HY01 TBA 06:00PM - 09:00PM W TBA H Wunsch Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $31.00 Medical Administrative Support CEPOFM 1017 HY01 06/15/15-09/08/15 06:00PM - 09:00PM W TBA H Wunsch Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $31.00 hhprofessional Medical Coding (Coming Fall 2015) This 90 hour hybrid course offered in classroom and online will present the latest information related to medical or insurance reimbursement. The course will cover the theory of coding, coding fundamentals including ICD10 and help students apply this knowledge into a healthcare setting. Students must have successfully completed the Medical Office Professional Course or have 3 years of experience and pass a comprehensive exam, administered by the coordinator, to be able to register for this program. For more information, visit or call hhnon-certified Radiologic Technician (Coming Fall 2015) This 128 hour program will teach the fundamental diagnostic radiological procedures to prepare individuals for a career as a Non-Certified Radiological Technician. Topics include radiation safety and protection for the patient, self and others, image production and evaluation, radio-graphic equipment maintenance and operation, quality control, darkroom, processing and Texas Regulations for Control of Radiation. Contact or Introduction to Radiology CERADR 1001 AC02 Fall :00PM - 09:30PM WTH H112 S Archer Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $76.00 Radiographic Image Evaluation I CERADR 1002 AC02 Fall :00PM - 09:30PM WTH H112 S Archer Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $

23 hhphlebotomy Program (Hybrid) In this program students will learn the skills to assist health care teams in the accurate, safe and reliable collection and transportation of blood and other specimens for clinical testing. This is a hybrid course, with online lectures and 3 mandatory face to face labs starting June 10, 17 and 24; clinical hours to be completed at a clinic/hospital. Phlebotomy CEPLAB 1023 AC03 06/10/15-08/13/15 05:30PM - 07:30PM W S144 J Jones Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $37.00 Clinical Phlebotomy - This class must be taken concurrently with CEPLAB 1023 CEPLAB 1060 AC03 06/10/15-08/13/15 TBA TBA TBA J Jones Fee(s): Tuition IN $80.00 Tuition OD $ Other Fees $62.00 Phlebotomy hhveterinary Assistant This 180 hour course will prepare you for the duties of a veterinary assistant, which include feeding and watering animals; sterilizing lab and surgical equipment; providing post-operative care; administration of medications; preparations of samples for lab-examination, x-rays procedures; and work closely with veterinarians and veterinary technicians. There will be 90 hours of classroom instruction, during the second half of the course; students will also be required to partake in 10 additional hours of offsite skills training at a designated facility (2 hours/week for 5 weeks). Upon successful completion of the course work and skills training students will have 80 hours of hands-on practical experience in an externship. Externship sites will vary. One (1) class will be held on a Saturday (date TBA) for radiological training. (Classroom sessions end 5/14/2015, then you will be placed at an externship site. You will have 4 months to complete the externship hours.) Prerequisites: HS/GED, Up-to-date Tetanus shot. ACC AT TURNER - PEARLAND CEVTHT 1001 TC01 TBA 06:00PM - 09:00PM TTH 1603 C Strickland Fee(s): Tuition IN $1, Tuition OD $1, Other Fees $ NEXT SESSION STARTS FALL

24 Industrial Training hhcnc Machinist From manual milling and turning, to CNC skills students will gain hands-on experience in our state-of-the-art machine shop and CNC simulator labs. Students will be trained with the necessary skills to enter the workforce. Small class sizes ensure the best possible learning environment for metalworking students. The curriculum combines classroom instruction and hands-on skills development focusing mainly on CNC operation and setup. Introduction to CNC TRY A FREE COURSE BEFORE YOU TAKE A COURSE!. Attendees will take home a chess piece as a souvenir. For more information contact or visit FREE Workshops! CNC Immersion This program simulates a real shop environment for students ages 18 and older to learn all aspects of the CNC Machining field. Morning, afternoon and evening classes are offered and can be taken in as little as 2 months. CEMCHN 1091 AC10 06/02/15-07/09/15 08:00AM - 12:00PM TTH D117 K Wert CEMCHN 1091 AC20 06/01/15-07/08/15 01:00PM - 05:00PM MW D117 K Wert CEMCHN 1091 AC30 06/01/15-07/08/15 06:00PM - 10:00PM MW D117 K Wert Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $68.00 CEMCHN 1091 AC11 07/21/15-08/27/15 08:00AM - 12:00PM TTH D117 K Wert CEMCHN 1091 AC21 07/20/15-08/26/15 01:00PM - 05:00PM MW D117 K Wert CEMCHN 1091 AC31 07/20/15-08/26/15 06:00PM - 10:00PM MW D117 K Wert Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $68.00 Introduction To CAM This course includes an in depth breakdown of the common G and M codes that are used to control CNC machines and a study of the proper use of them. This course also provides an introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) and Computer-Aided Machining (CAM) software which is used to develop programs for manufacturing. Emphasis on drawing part geometry, creating a tool library, and generating a part program. CEMCHN 1026 AC01 06/02/15-07/09/15 06:00PM - 10:00PM TTH D117 K Wert CEMCHN 1026 AC02 07/21/15-08/27/15 06:00PM - 10:00PM TTH D117 K Wert Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $ This schedule represents fees and tuitions rates for the Summer 2015 Semester based upon residency status on file. ACC may change tuition rates and other charges without notice when so directed by the Board of Regents.

25 hhcommercial Truck Driving License (CDL) This 160 hour Class A Driving course prepares students for entry level employment in the industry. This course provides classroom instruction with emphasis on rules and regulations and techniques. Behind-the-wheel driving range activities, along with public street and highway driving are also included. Opportunities are available for students to meet with recruiters from the trucking industry. Students are able to take Commercial Driver License written and driving examinations at the Department of Public Safety as a class activity. Upon successful course completion and obtaining the CDL, students will receive a certificate of completion. Some of the driving hours are TBA. VA funding for those that qualify. PREREQUISITES: Must be 18 years of age with a valid Texas driver s license and have a good driving record; must pass physical and required DOT drug screen, must acquire the Texas Commercial Drivers Handbook from local DPS office. NOTE: Prior to start date, contact the program coordinator for new requirements at CDL Class A Training CECVOP 1013 AC01 06/08/15-07/02/15 07:00AM - 05:30PM MTWTH H112 J Munk CECVOP 1013 AC02 07/13/15-08/06/15 07:00AM - 05:30PM MTWTH H112 J Munk CECVOP 1013 AC03 08/10/15-09/03/15 07:00AM - 05:30PM MTWTH H112 J Munk Fee(s): Tuition IN $3, Tuition OD $3, Other Fees $ hhpipefitting Program (Grant) Pipefitter Layout This is the first class of a 5 week pipefitting program which covers pipe fitting and pressure vessel fabrication. Also included are the study and interpretation of orthographic and isometric flow and spool sheets. MUST CONCURRENTLY ENROLL IN CEWLDG 1021 course below. CEWLDG 1055 AC01 TBA 08:00AM - 04:30PM MTWTH D249 P Cotharn CEWLDG 1055 AC02 TBA 08:00AM - 04:30PM MTWTH D249 P Cotharn CEWLDG 1055 AC03 TBA 08:00AM - 04:30PM MTWTH D249 P Cotharn CEWLDG 1055 AC04 TBA 08:00AM - 04:30PM MTWTH D249 P Cotharn Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $33.00 Welding Fundamentals This second class of a 5 week pipefitting program is an introduction to the fundamentals of equipment used in oxy-fuel and arc welding, including welding and cutting safety, basic oxy-fuel welding and cutting, basic arc welding processes and basic metallurgy. MUST CONCURRENTLY ENROLL IN CEWLDG 1055 course above. CEWLDG 1021 AC03 TBA 08:00AM - 04:30PM MTWTH D249 P Cotharn CEWLDG 1021 AC04 TBA 08:00AM - 04:30PM MTWTH D249 P Cotharn CEWLDG 1021 AC05 TBA 08:00AM - 04:30PM MTWTH D249 P Cotharn CEWLDG 1021 AC06 TBA 08:00AM - 04:30PM MTWTH D249 P Cotharn Fee(s): Tuition IN $1, Tuition OD $1, Other Fees $

26 hhwelding Introduction to Stick Welding An introduction to basic stick welding and torch cutting methods. This course is designed for the farmer, rancher, artist, or handyman that needs to safely perform the most basic welding operation. It is also intended for the entry level student who may decide to pursue further education and a career in welding. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED. CEWLDG 1003 AC04 06/29/15-09/14/15 06:00PM - 10:00PM MT D124 Faculty Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $ Introduction to TIG Welding An introduction to the principles and safe use of GTAW equipment. To include welding instruction and lab exercise on various joint designs using the TIG process. TEXTBOOK PROVIDED. CEWLDG 1034 AC04 06/29/15-09/14/15 06:00PM - 10:00PM MT D124 Faculty Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $ Welding Job Certificate This 420 hour certificate is more encompassing and will cover four techniques: torch cutting procedures, basic S.M.A.W., intermediate S.M.A.W. and advanced arc welding. Contact the Welding Department at (281) for further information regarding the scheduling of classes and course information. Financial assistance is available for those that qualify. Torch Cutting Procedures An introduction to oxy-fuel and arc welding and cutting practice and procedures. CEWLDG 1015 AC07 06/22/15-06/29/15 08:00AM - 04:30PM MTWTH D124 Faculty Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $74.00 Basic S.M.A.W. This course covers basic maintenance and structural welding techniques and applications. CEWLDG 1009 AC07 06/30/15-07/27/15 08:00AM - 04:30PM MTWTH D124 Faculty Fee(s): Tuition $ Other Fees $55.00 Intermediate S.M.A.W. This course covers manipulative skills in welding techniques, applications, and theory. CEWLDG 1043 AC07 07/28/15-08/24/15 08:00AM - 04:30PM MTWTH D124 Faculty Fee(s): Tuition $ Other Fees $55.00 Advanced Arc Welding This course covers manipulative skills in welding techniques, applications, and theory. CEWLDG 2044 AC07 08/25/15-09/22/15 08:00AM - 04:30PM MTWTH D124 Faculty Fee(s): Tuition $ Other Fees $

27 FREE JOB TRAINING! ACC Continuing Education Workforce Development partners with Texas Workforce Solutions to offer Students Free Tuition opportunities: TWC SSF PIPEFITTER GRANT For Qualified Applicants Fast Track II - Funds available to train 10 pipefitter students (420 hours). TWC PETROCHEM INITIATIVE GRANT For Veterans - Funds available to train 50 pipefitter students (160 hours) and 81 welder students (160 hours) Space is limited! REGISTER TODAY! Contact or www. Alvin Community College is an Equal Opportunity Institution. Find detailed class descriptions at AlvinCollege.edu/CEWD/CareerTraining 25

28 Safety Education hhconcealed Handgun Concealed Handgun License Preparation in One Day THIS IS NOT A CLASS FOR SOMEONE WHO DOES NOT KNOW HOW TO SAFELY OPERATE AND FIRE A HANDGUN. This course is designed for persons desiring qualification to obtain a permit to carry a concealed handgun. Course topics meet the requirements of the State of Texas. State law requires applicants pass a written test and demonstration of proficiency with the handgun. Necessary training materials and equipment are provided. Students may use personal handguns with instructor s approval. It is recommended a student bring own handgun (unloaded) to class as student is more familiar with using their own equipment. Minimum age: 21 years. Student should register a minimum of 5 days in advance of the course date. Tuition fee includes gun, target and ammunition. After successful completion of license class, student will complete the online license application and mail required documents along with the required fee for the license to Texas Department of Public Safety. Register on WebACCess. CEHGUN 601 AC01 06/06/15-06/06/15 08:00AM - 02:00PM S N111 R Phillips CEHGUN 601 AC02 07/11/15-07/11/15 08:00AM - 02:00PM S N111 R Phillips CEHGUN 601 AC03 08/01/15-08/01/15 08:00AM - 02:00PM S N111 R Phillips Fee(s): Tuition $45.00 Other Fees $30.00 Basic Handgun Safety and Familiarzation CEHGUN 201 AC01 06/03/15-06/03/15 06:00PM - 10:00PM W N111 R Phillips Fee(s): Tuition $20.00 Other Fees $5.00 Basic Handgun Marksmanship CEHGUN 301 AC01 06/16/15-06/18/15 06:00PM - 08:00PM TWTH N128 R Phillips Fee(s): Tuition $20.00 Other Fees $67.00 Intermediate Handgun Marksmanship CEHGUN 310 AC01 06/23/15-06/25/15 06:00PM - 08:00PM TWTH N128 R Phillips Fee(s): Tuition $20.00 Other Fees $82.00 Advanced Handgun Marksmanship CEHGUN 320 AC01 06/30/15-07/02/15 06:00PM - 08:00PM TWTH N128 R Phillips Fee(s): Tuition $20.00 Other Fees $ hhmotorcycle Safety Motorcycle Safety The course discusses the mental strategies required for the safe operation of a motorcycle; presents the proper use of protective gear; and provides hands-on training with the controls. Students will learn smooth starts and stops, shifting gears, braking, turning, and evasive maneuvers. Successful completion of the class requires the participant be present for the entire class; pass a written test and a skill evaluation while on the motorcycle. Motorcycles and helmets are provided. Proper protective gear is required (helmet, eye protection, long sleeves, long pants, full-fingered gloves, over-the-ankle footwear). The class meets state licensure requirements. Prerequisite: Must have valid driver license or learners permit. Register on WebACCess. For more information call CEMCSE 1000 AC01 06/06/15-06/07/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM SSU H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC02 06/11/15-06/12/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM THF H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC03 06/13/15-06/14/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM SSU H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC04 06/20/15-06/21/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM SSU H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC05 06/25/15-06/26/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM THF H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC06 06/27/15-06/28/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM SSU H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC07 07/09/15-07/10/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM THF H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC08 07/11/15-07/12/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM SSU H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC09 07/18/15-07/19/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM SSU H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC10 07/23/15-07/24/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM THF H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC11 07/25/15-07/26/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM SSU H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC12 08/01/15-08/02/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM SSU H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC13 08/06/15-08/07/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM THF H124 R Ruiz 26

29 Motorcycle Safety Continued CEMCSE 1000 AC14 08/08/15-08/09/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM SSU H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC15 08/15/15-08/16/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM SSU H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC16 08/20/15-08/21/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM THF H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC17 08/22/15-08/23/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM SSU H124 R Ruiz CEMCSE 1000 AC18 08/29/15-08/30/15 07:30AM - 04:30PM SSU H124 R Ruiz Fee(s): Tuition $ Vocational Education hhstrive The Skills Training Rewarding Independence and Vocational Education (STRIVE) Program is a 2 year college experience and vocational training program for adults with intellectual disabilities. These individuals will work on resume building skills, interviewing skills, life skills for independence and involvement in local community, and vocational training geared towards obtaining a job. Upon completing the program, graduates will receive a certificate of completion from ACC s Continuing Education and Work Force Development department. Limited seats available. An admission application is required. For more information contact or Fall Semester I Spring Semester I Summer I Fall Semester II Spring Semester II Interpersonal Skills Occupational Math Introduction to Environmental Studies & Current Issues Communication Skills for the Workplace Career Exploration/ Planning Internet Basics Professional Workforce Prep Safety and Accident Prevention Introduction to Environmental Studies and Current Issues This course will provide an overview of environmental science and current global concerns, and a brief history of environmental ethics, resource use, and conservation. The students will learn about the fundamental principles of resource economics and environmental health. Students will learn about current local, state and national issues that impact their daily lives. Students will explore ways to become an active citizen in their local communities. CEEPCT 1011 AC01 06/04/15-07/02/15 09:30AM - 12:30PM MTH H112 M Vlahovich Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $28.00 Safety and Accident Prevention Students will learn to recognize common occupational hazards and describe the components of effective workplace design and accident prevention programs. Students will also demonstrate correct selection and safe use of personal protective equipment. CEOSHT 1015 AC01 06/09/15-06/30/15 09:30AM - 12:30AM T H122 M Vlahovich Fee(s): Tuition IN $ Tuition OD $ Other Fees $15.00 Wellness and Health Promotion Job Search Skills Professionalism in the Workplace Workplace Study (Individualized for each student) 27

30 Online Learning Online Healthcare Training through ed2go Our instructor-facilitated courses are available anytime, anywhere. All you need is a web-enabled computer and a desire to learn skills that will prepare you for a new career or update current skill sets. Some of our more popular Healthcare ed2go trainings are: Advanced Coding for the Physician s Office Advanced Hospital Coding and CCS Prep Advanced Personal Fitness Trainer Certified Indoor Air Quality Manager Certified Indoor Environmentalist Prep Certified National Pharmaceutical Representative Certified Personal Trainer Clinical Dental Assistant Fitness Business Management ICD-10 Medical Coding Medical Terminology Optician Certification Training Personal Fitness Trainer Personal Training and Group Exercise Training for Older Adults For more information on ed2go or to see other program areas please visit AlvinCollege.edu/cewd/onlinelearning 28

31 Community Programs Marketplace Our Community course offerings can be viewed on the ACC Marketplace, Shopping Mall. Minimal registration information is needed: name, address, phone and . So don t delay! View courses below and REGISTER today! PERSONAL ENRICHMENT Beginners Marketing for Small Business Couponing - A Guide to Savvy Savings Foil Fencing I PHYSICAL FITNESS Cardio Kickboxing - Open Enrollment Yoga SENIOR ADULT Genealogy YOUTH PROGRAMS Busy Bodies Kids College Camps College Prep Camp Foil Fencing I Tennis Lessons TO REGISTER VISIT: Select Quick Links Click on ACC Marketplace (from drop down menu) Click on Continuing Education (from product category) NOTE: Students should register early and include an for instructor notifications. The college will cancel a course that lacks sufficient enrollment five working days prior to the course start date. The course time, room and the instructor are subject to change after the schedule has been published. 29 It is the policy of Alvin Community College to provide equal opportunities without regard to age, race, color, religion, national origin, sex, handicap or veteran status. This policy extends to employment, admissions and all programs and activities supported by ACC. Inquiries concerning equal opportunity may be directed to the Personnel Office.

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