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1 Winter 2013 Georgia College Continuing Education The Community s Source for Professional Education and Personal Enrichment

2 Continuing Education at Georgia College is proud to present the 7 th Annual Milledgeville Idol Join us as we showcase ten local singers who will be competing for a Grand Prize of $1,000. Friday Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. Russell Auditorium Saturday Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. Russell Auditorium On Friday, ten contestants will perform to compete for the top five spots. The top five will be revealed! On Saturday, the top five contestants will perform to compete for the 2014 Milledgeville Idol title and $1,000! Your vote will help decide the winners each night! Milledgeville Idol tickets sell fast! Purchase your tickets early to reserve your seat and make sure your vote counts! Friday and Saturday Night Ticket Combo $ 15 Ticket Prices Friday August 23 Ticket $ 1o/ $ 12 Saturday August 24 Ticket $ 1o/ $ 12 GC Student or Child tickets (12 and under): $ 2 Discount advance/door advance/door Tickets are available: Online: continuingeducation.gcsu.edu By phone: In Person: Visit the Continuing Education registration office, 100 Chappell Hall, Georgia College

3 DANCE THE NUTCRACKER BALLET Start the holiday season with the glittering, joyous, magical sights and sounds of the Nutcracker Ballet presented by the Department of Theatre and Dance. From the opening curtain featuring Clara and her family s gala Christmas party, there is magic on the stage. The snow scene opens to a wintry white forest with a lightly falling misty blanket of snow covering the floor. As always, new surprises and special effects await you this year as you enjoy the warmth, wonder and beauty of this beloved classic. For more information, call Friday, Dec. 12 at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14 at 2 p.m. Tickets for The Nutcracker are $12 for general admission and $8 for children under 12 years of age. Tickets will be available beginning Nov. 3, 2014 on Community Dance The Department of Theatre and Dance offers a complete program of dance instruction for children and adults throughout the year. This is an ongoing dance program which meets on a monthly basis, culminating in the 18th annual performances of The Nutcracker on Dec. 12, 13 and 14. The program is directed by Amelia Pelton, who holds both B.F.A. and M.F.A. degrees in dance. Other instructors are Georgia College faculty, graduates and dance minor students Natalie King, Morgan Henry, Ashton Antinazi, Jenna Allenson. For more information, contact Amelia Pelton at: Returning this fall: Classes in Eatonton and Monticello! Please call for more information. Registration Fees Annual Program Support Fee: $20 per family, due with first registration Tuition for Creative Movement, Ballet I and II, Jazz I and II and Tap I, II and III: $35 per month Tuition for all other classes: $40 per month A $5 discount per class per month is given to students enrolled in two or more classes. - Milledgeville only A $5 discount per class per month is also given to multiple students from the same family. - Milledgeville only Payment is due on the first of each month. A signed waiver of liability is required Deadline to enroll for Fall classes is Sept. 5. Miller Dance Studio Monday 5 5:45 p.m....creative Movement 5:45 :45 p.m...ballet IV :45 7:45 p.m...ballet V 7:45 9 p.m...ballet VI Tuesday 5:15 p.m...ballet II :45 p.m....jazz I :45 7:45 p.m...musical Theatre 7:45 8:45 p.m....tap IV Thursday 4:45 5:45 p.m...ballet III 5:45 :45 p.m...ballet IV :45 7:45 p.m...ballet V 7:45 9 p.m...ballet VI Thomas Persons Hall Dance Program, Monticello Mondays 5:15 p.m...ballet I :45 p.m...ballet II :45 8 p.m....adult Beginning Ballet GC Dance at The Plaza in Eatonton Tuesdays 4:15 5 p.m....creative Movement 5:00 5:45...Ballet I 5:45 :45...Ballet II Chappell Dance Studio Monday :30 7:15 p.m....tap II Tuesday 5:45 :30 p.m....tap III :30 7:15 p.m....jazz II Wednesday 5:30 :30 p.m...beginning Pointe :30 7:30...Zumba Thursday 5:30 :15 p.m....tap I :15 7 p.m...ballet I 7 8:15 p.m...adult/teen Beginning Ballet Ballroom Dance What could be more fun than a night of dancing? Come on down and join the fun as you learn ballroom dance. Designed especially for beginners, these courses are guaranteed to be lots of fun and will include new steps not taught before! Couples are recommended but singles are certainly welcome! Classes fill quickly, so register early. Dress comfortably and wear hard-soled shoes since high heels are not allowed in the dance studio. A signed waiver of liability is required. Rumba Course # Sept Tango Course # Oct ChaCha Course # Nov. 5 2 Wednesdays 7:30 8:30 p.m. 4 Sessions Miller Dance Studio Fee: $40 Instructors: Jean Graham and Jim Irish

4 Health and Wellness Wellness 101 (including full access to the new Wellness and Recreation Center) Enroll in Wellness 101 today to enjoy ongoing health and fitness classes and lectures each month to help you improve your overall fitness and well being. Free weights Strength training equipment Indoor track Leisure pool 25 yard lap pool Aqua fitness classes and water aerobics More than 0 cardiovascular machines such as treadmills, stair climbers, stationary bikes and more Three indoor basketball courts Group fitness classes including aerobics, body toning and strength training classes The registration fee for this course, which includes access to the Wellness and Recreation Center for you to implement what you learn, is only $50 per month. Participants must be 18 years of age or older to enroll. For more information or to register, call the Wellness and Recreation Center at Or, visit the Center online at gcsu.edu/wellness. Racquetball Here is your chance to get trim before the holidays! Join us for racquetball, an easy-to-learn, complete brain and body work out. Guided by our certified USA Racquetball Association Instructor, you will experience all of the health benefits of full mental and physical exercise. Instruction will focus on the basics you ll learn the rules; work on your grip and footwork; practice serves, forehands, and backhands; then, spend some time in the courts putting your newly learned skills into action. Sign up quickly, as enrollment is limited to ensure individualized instruction. Course # Sept Tuesdays -7 p.m. Centennial Center Racquetball Courts Fee: $39 4 Sessions Instructor: Antonio Delgado Page 4 continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014

5 Health and Wellness Ladies Group Golf Lessons Designed especially for beginners, this course is ideal for women who want to focus on the key ingredients of a successful golf swing. The instructor will lead you through proper grip, alignment and posture of the golf swing. Of course, you ll also focus on the basic rules and etiquette of this popular lifetime hobby, one in which a recent study by the Karolinska Institute showed added five years to a person s life expectancy. A signed waiver of liability is required. You will need to bring a set of clubs, balls and tees. Course # Wednesdays Sept. 10-Oct p.m. Little Fishing Creek Golf Course Fee: $79 Sessions Instructor: John Coward Group Golf Lessons for Juniors This program is ideal for boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 13 who want to understand the game while learning the correct grip, posture and alignment, swing fundamentals, rules, etiquette and history of the game. A signed waiver of liability is required. You will need to bring a set of clubs, balls and tees. Course # Wednesdays Sept. 10-Oct p.m. Little Fishing Creek Golf Course Fee: $79 Sessions Instructor: John Coward Belly Dancing Want a great workout but really don t want to go to the gym? If so, belly dancing is for you! In addition to learning the fundamental movements, you will increase your flexibility, improve your strength, build your core muscles, burn some calories and make new friends. Wear lightweight, comfortable clothes and come to class for a total body workout and a whole lot of fun! Course # Saturdays Sept. 20-Oct. 25 9:30-11 a.m. 111 Chappell Hall Fee: $9 Sessions Instructor: Liz Morris Yoga With its slow, rhythmic stretching and flexing, yoga is appropriate for all ages and is ideal for everyone who wants to improve his or her overall health. Yoga is gentle, fights common ailments, reduces joint stiffness and pain and improves flexibility, strength and balance. You will get a complete workout and experience feelings of relaxation and peace. Wear comfortable clothes and bring a large towel or padded mat. A signed waiver of liability is required. Please note the classes will not meet on Nov. 2, Dec. 24 and 31. Wednesdays 5:45-7 p.m. Miller Studio Fee: $35 Sessions Instructor: Heidi Mead Course I Course # Oct. 15-Nov. 19 Page 5 continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014 Course II Course # Dec. 3-Jan. 21

6 Personal Enrichment Beginning Cake Decorating Surprise your family and friends by decorating your own special cakes this year! You ll learn the basics such as consistency, coloring, and butter cream icing recipes. You ll learn to select the appropriate decorator bags to achieve your desired looks. And you ll practice filling and positioning the bags using proper pressure control. Once you ve gotten the hang of it, you ll progress into learning how to use couplers and learn techniques for icing cakes and cupcakes with various borders, dots, stars, lattice work, basket weaving and simple flowers and roses. While you collect valuable ideas for baking and decorating, you ll practice your skills in class by decorating your own cupcakes and fancy cakes! You will need some basic tools, so register early to receive a list of the items you ll need to purchase. Course # Mondays Sept. 8-Oct. :30-8:30 p.m. 113 Chappell Hall Fee: $74 5 Sessions Instructor: Betty Martin Course # Mondays Oct. 27-Nov. 24 :30-8:30 p.m. 113 Chappell Hall Fee: $74 5 Sessions Instructor: Betty Martin Advanced Cake Decorating Now you re ready for the fancy stuff! Using the skills learned in your first course, you ll make petit fours, baskets and more complicated flowers. You will transfer designs and patterns to your cakes, work with butter cream and decorator frosting and get an introduction to wedding cakes and how to assemble them. Your fancy cakes will be the talk of the table. In addition to bringing your tools used in the beginning course, you will need a petit four cutter. The Joy of Music - Private Music Lessons It s time to put a smile on your face and a song in your heart through the Joy of Music! Dust off those piano keys, rescue your old guitar from the attic or get ready to strengthen your vocals. You re never too young or too old to take private lessons. Ability level does not matter; you will be amazed at how much you improve in just a few weeks. New We are offering a wider variety of instrument lesson options! Call to ask about flute, clarinet, saxophone, trombone, trumpet, percussion and much more. When you are ready to play, bring your own instrument to lessons (when appropriate!). Your instructor will advise which training materials to use, based on your personal learning style. Students will have the opportunity to perform in the Fall Recital. Call to register, or visit our office at 100 Chappell Hall. Lessons are $70 per month, which includes four 30 minute lessons. Piano Instructors: Leah Lee and Jordyn Nesbitt Violin Instructor: Earl Puckett Guitar Instructor: D Arius McGahee Drawing for the Absolute Beginner - ONLINE Gain a solid foundation in drawing and become the artist you've always dreamed you could be! Voice Instructor: Dr. Bonnie VonHoff $ 109 ONLINE COURSE - - Start Dates: Aug 20 Sep 17 Oct 15 Nov 12 Page continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014

7 Defensive Driving "Death by driving" is the third highest preventable cause of death. For teenagers, cars are still the leading cause of death. More than 34,00 people lose their lives in motor vehicle crashes annually, and over two million more suffered disabling injuries. According to the National Safety Council, the triple threat of high speeds, impaired or careless driving and not using occupant restraints threatens every driver, regardless of how careful or how skilled. In addition, you can save money on your auto insurance (or, parents can save money on their teenager's insurance!) by successfully completing this National Safety Council Defensive Driving course. Georgia Senate Bill 433 requires insurance companies in Georgia to give families Safety with good driving experience a 10 percent discount on portions of their auto insurance upon completion of this course. Eligibility for the discount will continue for three years, provided that no driver commits a moving traffic offense or has a claim against the policy based on an at-fault accident. Consult with your insurance agent to determine exactly how completion of this program will affect your insurance rates. Please bring paper and pencils to class. This course is not for points reduction. There will be a lunch break so bring your own or visit one of the eateries on campus. Course # Saturday Nov. 1 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 102 Chappell Hall Fee: $45 1 Session Instructor: Hank Griffeth First Aid (American Red Cross) The information and skills you learn in this course can be used anywhere! You will learn to recognize and care for victims of lifethreatening emergencies and sudden illnesses or injuries. Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive the American Red Cross First Aid certification card which remains valid for three years. This course meets OSHA requirements and is accredited by The American Red Cross. A text is included in the cost. You must be at least 15 years old to take this course. Course # Monday Sept. 22-8:30 p.m. 102 Chappell Hall Fee: $59 1 Session Instructor: Ed Smith CPR/AED CPR is an emergency procedure used to revive an adult, child or infant who has stopped breathing and/or whose heart isn t beating. This OSHA approved American Red Cross course gives you, wherever you are, the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and care for such injuries. Instruction includes Adult, Child and Infant CPR and AED training. Upon successful completion, you will receive a 2-year certification from the American Red Cross. You must be at least 15 years old to take the course. Course # Monday Sept. 29 5:30-9:30 p.m. 102 Chappell Hall Fee: $9 1 Session Instructor: Ed Smith Food Safety Manager Training, Exam and Retesting Not just for managers, this full course is also for owners, operators, F&B directors, chefs, line cooks, kitchen managers, dietary managers, dieticians and anyone else who needs food safety training and certification. This program is nationally recognized and accepted by the Georgia Department of Community Health, and the certification is valid for five years. ServSafe training empowers you to protect against foodborne illness outbreaks, minimizes insurance costs, and reduces liability. In this one day seminar, you will learn about potentially hazardous foods, safe food handling practices, purchasing and receiving standards, the HAACP food system, how to work with your regulatory inspection agency and more. You will need a book before class starts and, in addition, you will receive a study guide and practice tests following your registration to further assist you in passing your exam. There will be a lunch break so bring your lunch or visit one of the eateries nearby. The registration deadline is Oct. 14. Testing begins at 5 p.m. ServSafe Certification Course # Tuesday Oct a.m.-5 p.m. 41 Macon Center for Graduate and Professional Learning 433 Cherry Street Fee: $19 includes book, $112 without book 1 Session Instructor: Brad Peters ServSafe Retesting This testing is for those who have previously taken the ServSafe Certification course but did not pass the test. A study guide and practice tests will be mailed to you following your registration to further assist you in passing your exam. The cost of the materials is included in the $99 registration fee. Course # Tuesday Oct. 21 4:30-7 p.m. 41 Macon Center for Graduate and Professional Learning 433 Cherry Street Fee: $99 Page 7 continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014

8 ROAD SCHOLAR Adventures in Lifelong Learning FUN ON JEKYLL ISLAND Watercolor on the Golden Isles Oct Starting at: $798 Program #: 8213AU Learn to express your ideas through the beauty of watercolor on the gem of the Golden Isles of Georgia Jekyll Island. Build a solid foundation of basic skills and learn the unique properties of watercolor: pigments, color mixing, brush control, glazing and laying washes. Through natural progression, study the shape, color, form and composition of various subject matter with your choice of landscape, flowers, people or buildings. Be inspired on this tranquil island and paint your masterpiece. Winning Bridge on Beautiful Jekyll Island Sept Oct. 3 Oct. 5 - Oct. 10 Oct. 2 - Oct. 31 Nov Starting at: $728 Program #: 2071AU Enjoy a stimulating program with fellow bridge players at your own level amid the beauty of Georgia s most storied barrier island. Whether you are an intermediate or advanced player, you ll get the expert guidance you need to develop your skills through in-depth learning workshops and lively evenings of play. Par for the Course: Golfing on Jekyll Island Oct Starting at: $793 Program #: 11981AU Lower your handicap and make your game more enjoyable by letting Jekyll Island s best golf professionals show you ways of improving your putting, chipping, pitching and bunker play. Apply newly learned skills during three afternoons of 18 holes of golf and explore all the beauty of the island when not on the course. For more information on any program visit EDUCATIONAL ADVENTURES Game, Set, Match or Tees and Greens! Nov Starting at: $995 Program #: 15380AU and 15381AU Experience the beautiful Palmetto Dunes golf and tennis centers while staying at the fabulous Omni Resort, all on Hilton Head Island. These state-ofthe-art sports complexes will have you at your very best while receiving expert guidance from the pros don t miss out! Hilton Head's Treasures of Land and Sea: History, Heritage and Harvest Oct Feb Feb. 27, 2015 Starting at $84 Program #: 18475AU Investigate Hilton Head Island from shore to shore and delve into its many influences on the history of the American South. Travel back in time on the Honey Horn History Walk to learn of Native Americans, planters, hunters and other islanders of the past, as well as the plantation system that existed on the islands from the 1700s until the Civil War. From alligators to no-see-ums, study the area's intriguing natural inhabitants, and savor authentic Southern flavors with a real low country boil. Golf Myrtle Beach! Oct Starting at: $898 Program #: 14729AU Trying to break out of bogey, doublebogey golf? From putt to drive, class "A" PGA and master teaching professionals provide hands-on individual instruction at the 200-acre Whispering Pines Golf Course. Develop your swing mechanics and all other segments in idyllic Myrtle Beach, named the Golf Destination of the Year by the Association of Golf Tour Operators. Highlights include personalized swing video analysis so that you can take what you learn and apply it with you back at home. Also, enjoy educational evenings with fantastic local speakers. Sign up today to secure your spot in Myrtle Beach! Page 8 continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014

9 ROAD SCHOLAR Adventures in Lifelong Learning Explore the World with Road Scholar and Georgia College Road Scholar educational adventures are created by Elderhostel Inc., the not-for-profit world leader in lifelong learning since Road Scholar offers,500 educational tours and learning vacations in all 50 states and throughout 150 countries. Georgia College is proud to be an official Road Scholar provider offering programs throughout Georgia and South Carolina. Our programs have no hidden costs. In fact, they are priced to be all-inclusive, offering expert-led lectures, field trips, comfortable lodging and all meals. Compare the price of one of our programs to what it would cost to duplicate the experience on your own (if that s even possible), and you ll see what we mean by remarkable value. We handle all the details, including ones you may not anticipate, so you can focus on your learning experience. The educational focus of our programs makes us completely different from a commercial travel tour. However, there are no grades or tests on Road Scholar programs. All that s needed are an inquiring mind, an adventurous spirit and the belief that learning and discovery are lifelong pursuits. Take a look we would love for you to join Georgia College at one of our programs in Georgia or South Carolina! Relive the Romance along Georgia s Antebellum Trail: Macon, Madison and Milledgeville November 2-7, 2014; January 25-30, 2015 Starting at: $849 Program #: 2157AU Relive the romance of Georgia's Antebellum Trail through Macon, Madison and Milledgeville! Experience the adventure of an on-the-road program while enjoying the comfort and ease of staying in the same hotel every night. Visit Milledgeville s Old Capitol Building, Old Governor s Mansion, Macon s historic homes and Madison s antebellum homes. Enjoy narration, storytelling and interpretations by the Victorian Lady. All transportation, meals, lodging, instruction and entertainment are provided. Page 9 continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014

10 Foreign Languages Spanish for Professionals Continuing Education at Georgia College provides customized Spanish training for individuals in specific industries. Often times, individuals use the same phrases on a daily basis in their careers, frequently finding themselves in situations where knowing these phrases in Spanish would allow for better communication with their customers and coworkers. Our Spanish coursework specifically caters to industries and settings such as law enforcement, pharmacy, medical, customer services and classrooms among others. We can design specific courses, that will cover the words and phrases you need for your business. ONLINE COURSES Check out all of our online foreign language courses at Speed Spanish I Imagine yourself speaking, reading and writing Spanish. Now you can with Speed Spanish! This course is designed for anyone who wants to learn Spanish pronto. You'll learn six easy recipes for gluing Spanish words together to form sentences. In no time at all, you'll be able to go into any Spanish speaking situation and converse in Spanish. Qué Bueno! REGISTRATION FEE $ 109 Learning Type: Instructor-Led Course Hours: 24 Duration of Access: weeks Session Start Dates: Aug. 20 Sept. 17 Oct. 15 Nov. 12 Speed Spanish II Have you ever seen a non-native speaking Spanish fluently? Were you impressed? Would you like to become more conversational and more comfortable in Spanish-speaking situations? Now you can. Our Speed Spanish courses are unlike any other Spanish classes you may have ever taken. You'll see words, hear them pronounced properly, and be granted plenty of opportunities to practice your pronunciation. Then, you'll learn several clever recipes that you can use to glue the words together into sentences. Enroll in Speed Spanish II, and you'll see an immediate improvement in your Spanish fluency from the very first lesson. REGISTRATION FEE $ 109 Learning Type: Instructor-Led Course Hours: 24 Duration of Access: weeks Session Start Dates: Aug. 20 Sept. 17 Oct. 15 Nov. 12 Instant Italian This dynamic course will teach you how to express yourself comfortably in Italian. You'll learn practical, everyday words and phrases that will make your stay in Italy more enjoyable. You'll read, hear, and practice dialogues based on typical situations that you're likely to encounter while staying in Italy. The dialogues and follow-up exercises of each lesson will teach you to communicate in Italian in a wide variety of settings. You'll be surprised by how quickly and easily you can learn many useful expressions in Italian! REGISTRATION FEE $ 109 Learning Type: Instructor-Led Course Hours: 24 Duration of Access: weeks Session Start Dates: Aug. 20 Sept. 17 Oct. 15 Nov. 12 Beginning Conversational French This course will teach you how to communicate easily and comfortably with those who speak French. You'll learn practical, common phrases that will make your trip to the many French-speaking regions of the world more pleasant. You'll learn dialogue specific to various settings, and you'll be surprised how easy it can be to speak another language! REGISTRATION FEE $ 109 Learning Type: Instructor-Led Course Hours: 24 Duration of Access: weeks Session Start Dates: Aug. 20 Sept. 17 Oct. 15 Nov. 12 Page 10 continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014

11 LEARNING IN RETIREMENT You are never too old to learn. Georgia College s Learning in Retirement is dedicated to meeting the intellectual, educational, physical and social needs of retirement-aged individuals, so join us! Take part in our interesting and enjoyable programs which include: Lunch and learns with guest speakers, educational leaders, politicians and community leaders Group trips and adventures to interesting sites such as the Monastery of the Holy Spirit, Andalusia Walking Trail, Jarrell Plantation and many other day trips Special interest groups such as the Book Group and Writers Group Regular classroom lectures and discussions Scheduled tours of the Old Governor s Mansion, Andalusia, Georgia Botanical Gardens and more Discounts to many continuing education courses and other programs on the Georgia College campus Group trips to many cultural and art events at Georgia College, GMC and the Fox Theatre in Atlanta Invitations to symposia and lectures on campus and in the community Campus tours to locations such as the Wellness and Recreation Center, the Library and Information Center, the Black Box Theatre, the Planetarium, the Natural History Museum and more And the list of activities goes on! Learning in Retirement members run the organization by choosing board members and officers. All programs are based on the interests and needs of the members. It is your organization! Membership is open to all retired individuals, or if not retired, to those who are interested in pursuing learning opportunities in a variety of settings without regard to previous levels of formal education. Annual membership dues are only $35 per person. For additional information, call the Learning in Retirement office, located in Chappell Hall, Room 103, at Or us, at: Remain active! Become a part of our wonderful learning group at Georgia College! To join LIR, complete the form below, enclose your $35 annual membership fee and write LIR membership on the memo line, and mail to: Only $35 per year! Learning In Retirement, Georgia College Campus Box 40 Milledgeville, GA 3101 Name: Address: Home Phone: Cell Phone: Online learning anytime, anywhere just a click away! Georgia College Continuing Education Learn Microsoft Office in Six Weeks From the Comfort of Home Intro to Microsoft Word Learn how to create and modify documents in Word, the most popular word-processing program available. Intro to Microsoft Excel Discover dozens of shortcuts and tricks, and learn the secrets behind writing powerful formulas, using functions, sorting and analyzing data, creating custom charts, and much more! Intro to Microsoft PowerPoint Learn to create impressive slide presentations filled with visually stimulating elements. Intro to Microsoft Access Learn how Microsoft's powerful database can help you store and manage information you've collected about your business, home, or community. Intro to Microsoft Outlook Learn the essentials of Microsoft Outlook from an expert instructor. Get up and running quickly with the most important aspects of the program. Intro to Windows Learn the important basic skills and concepts you need to take control of your Windows Vista PC. Visit our Online Instruction Center to find more courses! Instructor-Facilitated Online Courses...I really feel I have grown and have a better knowledge of Excel Enroll Now! Visit us for more details! /gcsu or call: Our instructorfacilitated online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. All courses run for six weeks (with a 10- day grace period at the end). Courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any course entirely from your home or office. Any time of the day or night. New course sessions begin monthly. Please visit our Online Instruction Center to see exact start dates for the courses that interest you Courses start as low as $ 109 Page 11 continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014

12 Computer Courses Cloud Databasing Featuring Caspio The world runs on data and having the right tools in today s rapidly changing, technological society is vital to the success of any business. Caspio is a cloud-based platform for creating business database applications, forms, and reports quick, efficiently, and without coding. It helps maximize productivity by cutting development times, automating business processes, shortening IT backlogs, migrating legacy apps to the Cloud, and allowing your business to go mobile. It helps unleash your creativity by bringing ideas to the market faster, involving non-it employees, and giving innovators the tools to dream big. Plus, it secures your data from unauthorized access using SSL encryption and IP blocking. Caspio includes everything you need to create and run online database applications on any website and for any number of users. Join us today to learn about Caspio and discover how it can solve your organizational needs. As part of the class, you will receive a student log in to access Caspio in the Cloud so that you can experience first-hand the convenience and efficiency it offers. Course # Tuesdays/Thursdays Oct :30 p.m. 310 Atkinson Hall Fee: $79 4 Sessions Instructor: Ryan Greene Welcome to Windows 8 What is that? How dare they change your Operating System! Never fear even though Windows 8 is here. Come learn how to cope with the change to Windows 8, from sliding to app view and much, much more. Bring your own device either tablet or laptop so that you can learn on the machine you actually use. There are a wide variety of devices out there programmed with Windows 8, so make sure to include the type of mobile device you will use when registering for this course. Due to the individualized instruction that will be given to each individual, seating is limited, so register now to make sure you don t miss out on this opportunity! Course # Thursday and Friday Sept. 25 & 2-8:30 p.m. 310 Atkinson Hall Fee: $59 2 Sessions Instructor: Doc St. Clair Increase Your Keyboarding Skills How do the so-called computer pros navigate around their systems so efficiently? The answer is through excellent keyboarding skills! Learn to utilize your keyboard effectively like the gurus. You will identify online typing aids to increase speed and accuracy. Explore time saving short-cuts that will make you want to throw away your mouse. This course is a must-have before going any further with computer basics. You don t have to be an expert typist to be more comfortable with the keyboard. Thanks to this course, you will enjoy your time on any computer system so much more after learning the tricks of the trade by increasing your keyboarding skills. Course # Tuesdays and Thursdays Sept :00 p.m. 310 Atkinson Hall Fee: $89 4 Sessions Instructor: Karen Young Beginning Microsoft Word MS Word can be a wonderful thing when you know how to use it effectively. For those new to Word, jumping into the advanced versions without any previous experience may be challenging. Now you can step up to the challenge and this course is here to help! Take Word step by step from the beginning this course is for those who may never have opened a Word document before. By the end of the class, you will be ready to take on even more advanced courses in MS Word. Word is the most used program in the Office Suite and very useful in any office environment. Plus, word processing skills translate across multiple fields so this is training you cannot afford to miss. Sign up today to secure your place! Course # Friday Sept. 12 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 310 Atkinson Hall Fee: $89 1 Session Instructor: Karen Young Beginning Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets are vital to any business large or small. If you are just starting with MS Excel, it may seem intimidating. Conquer your fears with this course! You will go through Excel one step at a time from the very beginning. This course is perfect for those who have never used Excel before. By the end of the class, you will be ready to proceed into more advanced MS Excel courses. The data-basing skills learned here will help in a multitude of different uses the potential return on investment is amazing. Don t delay sign up today! Course # Tuesdays & Thursdays Sept :00 p.m. 310 Atkinson Hall Fee: $89 4 Sessions Instructor: Karen Young Do you need personalized computer training for your office staff? Call us at and we can tailor a class to fit your training needs! Page 12 continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014 SEE PAGE 25 for more information

13 Paralegal Courses Paralegal Certificate Program According to the United States Department of Labor, employment of paralegals and legal assistants is expected to grow by 18 percent from 2010 to In today s legal field, much of what goes into the legal process in a law firm is conducted by paralegals who are assuming a growing range of duties and responsibilities. In fact, in many cases, paralegals perform the same tasks as licensed attorneys. As a paralegal, you will be eligible to work in small law offices, large firms, court systems, government agencies, public and private agencies, corporations, financial institutions, insurance companies, title companies, and real estate offices. Georgia College s Paralegal Certificate Program will prepare you for a fast-paced career in the legal field. Plus, you can complete the entire training in less than one year. Course work begins in September and ends in August. The program consists of eleven required courses, offered in relevant order. All courses must be successfully completed with a grade average of 75 percent or better in order to receive your certificate. Once you have completed the program, you will have the knowledge and skills to begin your career as a paralegal, including: Understanding the common responsibilities and duties of paralegals Knowing how the paralegal field is regulated Understanding professional responsibilities and legal ethics for attorneys and paralegals Understanding how the American legal system is structured and how it operates Understanding legal terminology Preparing legal documents Applying legal analysis to fact situations Conducting legal interviews Managing client files Conducting computerized and manual legal research Implementing guidelines and proper etiquette for legal writing Understanding methods of formal and informal administrative advocacy Our instructors consist of practicing attorneys who are recognized as leaders in their fields. Our curriculum is prepared to provide you with real world knowledge and insight relating to the most pressing legal issues. So, there is no need to wait any longer. If you have a high school diploma, have basic computer and internet skills, have great interpersonal and organizational skills, and are looking to begin a new career, sign up today! The total cost if you pay $149 per course is $1,39. Save $40 if you pay for the entire program at $999 upon registration. Sept Aug Some courses require a book. Book costs are not included in the registration fee. OFFERED AT THE Macon Graduate Center Introduction to Paralegal Studies/ Civil Practice and Procedure - I Course # Sept Civil Practice and Procedure - II Course # Oct Torts - I Course # Nov. 3-Dec. 1 (no class on Nov. 27) Criminal Law Course # Jan Torts - II Course # Feb. 2-2 Family Law Course # March 2-2 Legal Research and Writing - I Course # April -30 Legal Research and Writing II Course # May 4-June 1 (no class on May 25) Real Estate Law Course # June 4-29 Wills, Estates & Trusts Course # July -30 Business Organization and Associations Course # Aug Mondays and Thursdays :30-8:30 p.m. 429 Macon Center for Graduate and Professional Learning 433 Cherry Street Fee: $149 per course, or $999 for entire series 8 Sessions per course Instructors: Practicing Attorneys at Law Page 13 continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014

14 Online Career Training Program - Georgia College Administrative Dental Assistant HOURS: 150 Overview REGISTRATION FEE: $1,795 USD This nationally recognized Administrative Dental Assistant Online Certificate Program will teach you the essential skills for managing the business aspects of a dental practice and becoming an administrative dental assistant. You will learn about dental terminology and anatomy, medical records management, accounts receivable and reimbursement management, insurance and patient billing, patient scheduling, and procedural and diagnostic coding. The Administrative Dental Assistant Online Program will prepare you for a new career working in a dental office. Textbooks are included. This online certificate program is offered in partnership with major colleges, universities, and other accredited education providers. Objectives Upon successful completion of this program, you'll: Understand the role of the administrative dental assistant Communicate effectively with patients and coworkers Relate to patients in a professional, caring manner Understand teamwork in the dental office Maintain quality patient records Understand information management in the dental office Become proficient with scheduling and recall systems Know how to process dental insurance Perform inventory management and equipment maintenance Know bookkeeping and collection procedures Register today at careertraining.ed2go.com/gcsu Page 14 continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014

15 Online Career Training Program - Georgia College Certified National Pharmaceutical Representative HOURS: 150 Overview REGISTRATION FEES: $1,795 USD The Certified National Pharmaceutical Representative Online Training Program will help you become an entry-level, certified pharmaceutical sales representative, even if you don't have pharmacology or medical education. This online certificate program is offered in partnership with major colleges, universities, and other accredited education providers. Objectives Upon successful completion of the NAPSR Program, you'll: Understand all pharmaceutical terms, definitions, and abbreviations needed to sell pharmaceuticals Know the pharmaceutical industry, major product lines, and therapeutic categories Understand the FDA's role in the industry, laws enforced by the FDA, the Hatch-Waxman Act, and regulatory compliance in drug labeling and promotion Comprehend Medicare and Medicaid issues and how they affect the selling process Understand research and development of new drugs, including stages and timelines of new drug development and clinical trials Gain knowledge of government reimbursement programs, drug discount cards, major concepts and components of managed care, main stakeholders in the managed-care marketplace, drug marketing, and group-purchasing organizations Grasp the concept of pharmaceutical sales territory planning and information gathering and learn the importance of call planning and record keeping, how to handle appointment calls and impromptu calls and strategies for no-see offices and downtime Have the knowledge to effectively use sales brochures and support literature and know how to sell new products versus established products Understand how to prepare for hospital calls, security concerns of a hospital, and sampling rules in hospitals Be prepared to take the CNPR certification exam. Register today at careertraining.ed2go.com/gcsu Page 15 continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014

16 Online Career Training Program - Georgia College Online Certificate - Veterinary Assistant Overview This online program will prepare you to become a productive member of a veterinary team. You'll learn about every aspect of veterinary assisting, including anatomy and physiology, animal restraint, laboratory sample collection, assisting in surgery and dentistry, prescription preparation, and taking radiographs. You ll also learn how to interact professionally with clients and gain the expertise you need to educate them about key topics in pet care, such as nutrition, vaccinations, and administering medication. This program is designed for people who want to work at a veterinary hospital and those who are already employed in positions in which they look after animals. Objectives Upon completion of the ed2go Veterinary Assistant Program, you'll: Understand the duties of the veterinary assistant. Learn the anatomy and physiology of the major organ systems. Find out how vaccines work, when to give them, and how to administer them. Learn the basics of feline and canine nutrition, including prescription foods. Discover how to prepare prescriptions and understand the different drug classes. radiograph. Recognize and alleviate pain in animals. Learn how to deal with common emergencies you'll see in a veterinary hospital. Learn how to chart teeth, perform common dental procedures, and provide client education on dentistry. Master office communication skills and see how to handle medical records. Learn how to determine age and gender of animals. Find out how to restrain animals seen at the hospital. Discover how to take vital signs such as temperature, pulse, and respiration rate. Learn how to trim nails, empty anal sacs, and properly bathe animals. Identify the hazards you'll face in a veterinary hospital from anesthetics, infections, and X-rays, Explore the reproductive cycles, diseases, and sterility procedures in cats and dogs. Learn the different ways to administer medications orally, in eyes and ears, and by injection. Research the euthanasia process from the client's and hospital's perspectives. Learn how to take blood samples and how to restrain for the procedure. Understand what blood tests tell us, and see how to do a packed cell volume and blood smear. Learn how to collect urine and perform a urinalysis, and understand what the results mean. Explore diagnostic tests performed in the hospital on serum, skin, and feces. Find out about radiation protection and how to position an animal for a Register today at careertraining.ed2go.com/gcsu Explore the life cycles, diagnosis and treatment options for internal and external parasites. Investigate substances that can poison pets and learn about emergency treatment. Learn the names of surgical instruments and how to prepare surgical packs. Figure out how to prepare a patient for surgery and help during and after the anesthetic. Learn how to prepare an effective resume, advance your skills, and develop strong interview skills. HOURS: 170 REGISTRATION FEES: $1,795 USD Page 1 continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014

17 Certified Wedding Planner Overview Prepare for a career in wedding and special event planning by mastering the fundamentals of planning, orchestrating, and delivering stunning weddings and parties. This program allows you to earn your certification as a professional wedding and event planner, and will give you an opportunity to put your new skills to work in an optional internship. In these lessons, you'll get step-by-step training and learn concise formulas for ensuring the success of any social event, from weddings and anniversaries, to birthdays and baby showers. Once you've grasped the basics of wedding planning, you'll translate theory into real-world applications as you discover how to cultivate the vendor and client relationships that are crucial to building your business. You'll learn insider techniques on how to market your business and expand your revenue streams in the fun and exciting celebration industry. With the aid of more than 150 business templates and other resource documents, you'll also gain the financial understanding you need to complement your wedding planning talents. This program provides you with an entire set of financial tools you'll be able to use for years to come, including contracts, business plans, timelines, fee structures, project plans and service offerings. Each business template is carefully designed to address the specific demands of the wedding-and special event planning industry. The program includes a Dina Manzo's It's My Party and I'll Plan if I Want To workshop, which teaches the fundamentals and etiquette involved in proper party planning. It includes lessons on table etiquette, tableware, glassware, and flatware, in addition to proper place setting, menu selection, and food and wine pairing. Upon successfully completing this program, you will be certified as a professional wedding and event planner. In addition, you will qualify to apply for an internship customized to your career objectives and goals. Internships can range from one day to six months in length. As a result, you can begin building your professional résumé right away! Objectives Upon successful completion of the Certified Wedding and Event Planner program, you will: HOURS: 340 REGISTRATION FEES: $1,595 USD presentation tools Understand the process for setting up a legal wedding planning business and be knowledgeable about business structure: licenses, insurances, and major local, state, and federal laws and regulations that affect business, as well as the procedural requirements necessary for compliance Be proficient in prospecting for and contracting with wedding and special event clients Understand how to use marketing, publishing, and public relations to promote and increase your business Understand how to develop service packages that give you a competitive edge in your local market Know the difference between traditional and non-traditional etiquette Be familiar with various wedding traditions and cultures and how to incorporate a client's ethnic or cultural background into the celebration. You will be proficient in the following: Planning a budget, selecting a vendor and designing a wedding Reading and understanding existing vendor contracts, and creating new ones Choosing design elements, fabrics, and styles Understanding the six stages of an event experience and ways to implement them Understanding the science behind food and wine pairing for special event menu planning Preparing the proper table setting and establishing etiquette techniques Using wedding and event planning software, toolsz and resources Implementing a wedding event timeline Developing your preferred local industry vendor network Working with a bridal client to plan, design and deliver a dream wedding Have a portfolio of business contracts, pricing information, packages and Register today at careertraining.ed2go.com/gcsu

18 Online Career Training Program - Georgia College Administrative Professional Overview HOURS: 340 REGISTRATION FEES: $1,595 USD The Administrative Professional program teaches you the fundamental skills needed to obtain employment as an Administrative Professional. You will learn essential skills including how to work in a modern professional office, how to maintain a professional image, personal and professional ethics, communication essentials, technology basics, records and financial management, event planning and travel, and how to advance your career. Objectives In this program, learn about the following: The constantly changing workplace and team environment The virtual workplace Ethical behavior in the workplace and business etiquette Causes of workplace stress and how to handle them Business etiquette Best practices for written and verbal communication Effective customer service Records Management Different types of meetings You will also be able to do the following: Work with computers and machines in the office Invest and investment terms Make travel arrangements Create a job search plan Understand the functions of management Register today at careertraining.ed2go.com/gcsu Page 18 continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014

19 Online Web Design Training Overview HOURS: 350 REGISTRATION FEES: $2,995 USD Are you a creative person? Do you envision an idea and then wish you could bring it to life? Web design may be the perfect field for you. Every good business needs to present the best image to an audience. In the fast-paced world of web design, you can help companies and organizations present their best images using a mix of modern technology and the proper design principles. Using these tools, you may be the one to convey your client s or employer s message to the public. In this course, you will learn the technology, philosophy, and proper rules to bring web creativity to life. You will also gain practical skills in the art of planning and managing the development of a web project. Objectives In this program, learn the following: Basic Web development The difference between HTML and XHTML CSS syntax JavaScript syntax Differences between HTML5 and HTML 4 HTML5: new elements and attributes Basic color theory principles Considerations for print and web Rules of typography Photoshop workspace and work images Section 508 compliance considerations Phases of the design process Browser support for CSS You will be able to complete the following tasks: Organize CSS code Create stunning visual effects with dynamic HTML Define project scope Modify content on the fly Work with audio and video in HTML5 Position elements dynamically Create mockups and work with data Make type flow Create a color palette for your project Define a site in Dreamweaver Load and control Flash Content Work with Sound and Video in Flash CS Build a style guide for your project Register today at careertraining.ed2go.com/gcsu Page 19 continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014

20 Learn from the comfort of home! M o r e t h a n o n l i n e c o u r s e s Online Courses For Web Design Our instructor-facilitated online courses are informative, fun, convenient and highly interactive. Our instructors are known for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. Most courses run for six weeks (with a 10-day grace period at the end). Courses are projectoriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links and more. You can complete any of these courses entirely from your home or office and at any time of the day or night. How to Get Started: 1. Visit our Online Instruction Center: 2. Click the Courses link, choose the department and course title you are interested in and select the Enroll Now button. Follow the instructions to enroll and pay for your course. Here you will enter your and choose a password that will grant you access to the classroom. 3. When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with your and the password you selected during enrollment. Georgia College Creating Web Pages Learn to design, create and post your very own site on the Internet's World Wide Web using HTML. Discover low-cost marketing techniques and search engine strategies. Designing Effective Websites Learn powerful graphic design techniques that will help you build websites that are attractive and highly effective. You'll learn what attracts visitors to a site, and how you can create the most satisfying experience for those visitors. You'll learn to use typography, aesthetics, color, graphics and page layout to create the most compelling user interface possible, and you'll understand how users read on the web and the characteristics of effective Web writing. PHP and MySQL Learn to create an interactive website, allowing visitors to post and retrieve information provided by you or your site's visitors. You'll see how to use the PHP programming language to generate dynamic websites that automatically change as your data changes. You'll also learn how to use the popular MySQL database server with PHP to store and retrieve data over the Web. Dreamweaver CS3 Intermediate also available! Learn Adobe Dreamweaver from a design pro, and get the training you need to develop first-class websites! Master the techniques for producing fully functioning sites, learning to insert and format text, images, hyperlinks, tables and a variety of media formats. Discover the secrets of effective page layout secrets that ensure your sites reach and impress your audience. CSS and XHTML Intermediate also available! Learn to create state-of-the-art websites using modern CSS and XHTML techniques. Take your existing HTML skills to the next level and start building sites like the pros. Microsoft FrontPage Learn the essentials of Microsoft s popular web design software. You'll begin with an introduction to basic design principles, and you'll explore the interface and features of the FrontPage program. Then, you'll learn to manipulate words and images to create a site worthy of publishing to the Internet. By the end of the course, you'll be armed with all the knowledge you need to create an attractive, welldesigned and functional website. MORE COURSES AVAILABLE AT OUR ONLINE INSTRUCTION CENTER Learn More... Expert Instructors 24-Hour Access Online Discussion Areas Six Weeks of Instruction New course sessions begin monthly. Please visit our Online Instruction Center to see exact start dates for the courses that interest you. Enroll Now! Visit our Online Instruction Center today! Courses Start as Low as: Requirements: or call: $ 109 All courses require Internet access, and the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browser. Some courses may have additional requirements. Please visit our Online Instruction Center for more information. Page 20 continuingeducation.gcsu.edu Fall 2014

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