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1 COMPUTER TRAINING PROGRAM The Division of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training bridges the digital divide by offering opportunities for training and lifelong learning to all members of the community. Computer training in the Division of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training is designed to teach computer skills to the adult learner. It is composed primarily of certificate programs and six-hour, one-subject classes. Certificate programs consist of multiple courses aimed at providing proficiency in the subject area. Single application classes provide intensive, corporate-style training aimed at introducing selected topics to participants. COMPUTER TRAINING Prerequisites: To select the appropriate course, read the course descriptions and check the prerequisites, if any. If you already know the topics listed, go on to the next level course. Make-up dates: If your class is canceled, due to weather or other emergency, plan to attend the make-up date listed. This is not for individuals who miss a class to make up that class. OUR COMPUTER TRAINING LOCATIONS E-112 Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus Ender Hall, Park in Lot C. Cross the street to Ender Hall. S-343 Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus Main Building, 3 rd floor. Park in Lot B. TEC-102 & 104 Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus Technology Education Center, 1 st floor. Park in Lot B. CLC-235 & 215 Ciarco Learning Center, 355 Main Street, Hackensack, NJ Enter parking lot from Passaic or Berry St. Rooms on 2 nd floor. CERTIFICATES FOR COMPUTER TRAINING A Certificate of Completion from the Division of Continuing Education is given to each student who attends a minimum of 80 percent of the classes and successfully completes the assignments of any particular Certificate Program. Any course may be taken individually, if the prerequisite is met. Certificates are issued for computer courses entitled Certificate Program. Note: Bring a flash drive to save your work. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS The Division of Continuing Education offers a variety of classes that yield CEU s. Teachers may select any computer courses that align with the NJ Core Curriculum Standards. When you attend a course, give the instructor your name and mailing address with your request for a letter. CPE UNITS FOR ACCOUNTANTS All of the technical computer training courses are approved for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) units and a Letter of Completion. When you register, indicate that you are an accountant and will need the CPE Letter. The ratio is one unit for every 50 minutes, not counting lunch and breaks. For a fraction of an hour, it is rounded down. Bergen Community College s Division of Continuing Education is registered with the Division of Consumer Affairs, NJ State Board of Accountancy, Sponsor #20CE AIA/CES LEARNING UNITS FOR ARCHITECTS Bergen Community College is registered as a premier provider with the American Institute of Architects, Continuing Education System (AIA/CES), Provider # F162. The AutoCAD and Revit courses meet the AIA/CES criteria for Quality Level II, one learning unit per hour of instruction. To register, call: (201) FALL

2 AUTOCAD CC 407 AutoCAD Level I 12 hours; $ , Sat; September 12, 19 & 26, 2015 (make-up date Oct. 3) Hours: 9:00 a.m.-1:15 p.m. Location: TEC-104 Prepare two-dimensional drawing for architectural, mechanical, engineering and other design projects. Set up limits, scale, grids and snap. Practice methods of drawing lines, circles, arcs, and other geometry. Learn editing, layering, creating text and basic printing concepts. Includes free lab time, but no book. Instructor: Michael Lee CC 422 AutoCAD Level II 12 hours; $ , Sat; October 10, 17 & 24, 2015 (make-up date Oct. 31) Hours: 9:00 a.m.-1:15 p.m. Location: TEC-104 Learn advanced editing, text and block. Drawing exercises follow each topic. The fee includes free lab time, but no book. Prerequisite: AutoCAD Level I or equivalent experience. Instructor: Michael Lee CC 599 3D AutoCAD hours, 4 sessions; $ , To be offered in Summer 2016 This course covers the basics of 3D modeling using solid modeling tools, UCS (User Coordinate System) control, display settings and rendering using AutoCAD. Prerequisite: AutoCAD Level II, or equivalent user experience. This is not for beginner users. Instructor: Matt King Note: AutoCAD Architectural (CD 419) is offered in the Interior Design section. CC558 Revit Architecture - Essentials 12 hours; $ , M/T/W/Th; Aug. 24, 25, 26 & 27, 2015 Location: TEC-102 This course introduces the student to the concept of Building Information Modeling BIM - and the tools of parametric design and documentation. The course will use the latest version of AutoDesk REVIT Architecture to illustrate the essentials and tools. Topics include: parametric design concepts, modeling floors, walls, roofs, doors windows, elevations, stairs, and curtain wall. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows, CAD experience, and knowledge of architectural design, materials and construction methods, drafting or engineering practices is highly recommended. Instructor: Vincent Benanti CC559 Revit Architecture - Intermediate 12 hours; $ , Sat; September & 26, 2015 (make-up date Oct. 3) Hours: 9:00 a.m.-1:15 p.m. Location: TEC-102 This course continues with concept of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and the tools of parametric design and documentation from REVIT Architecture Essentials. The course will use the latest version of AutoDesk REVIT Architecture to illustrate advanced tools. Topics include: parametric design concepts, modeling building components, finishes, ceilings and soffits, lighting, interior and exterior rendering, schedules and take-offs and sheet setup. Prerequisite: CC558 REVIT Essentials is required. CAD experience and knowledge of architectural design, materials and construction methods, drafting or engineering practices is highly recommended. Instructor: Vincent Benanti CISCO CCNA ROUTING & SWITCHING CERTIFICATION PROGRAM Bergen Community College is a certified Cisco Networking Training Academy. Students prepare to pass the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing and Switching Certification Exam. This CCNA R&S Certification validates the ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-sized routed & switched networks. Parts I through IV of the Academy Program provide 280 hours of instruction. The total program starts February 8, 2016 and ends November 21, Classes meet Monday & Thursday evenings, 6-10 pm. The total Program cost is $4,540 for Parts I, II, III and IV, including materials. Students may register and pay $1,135 for one Part at a time. For those with financial hardship, our Payment Plan breaks up the $1,135 into 3 payments of specific amounts due on specific dates. To discuss the Payment Plan or the Program, contact Barbara Eisen, (201) or Training is sequential. Students must pass each module before moving to the next module. The course is taught using lecture, hands-on, and Internet-based content. Prerequisite: Some experience with computers, and familiarity with Windows operating system, the keyboard, the mouse and software programs. Location: Ciarco Learning Center, 355 Main Street, Hackensack, at the corner of Passaic Street, in room 215. Our parking lot is behind our building. Instructor: Michael Yob NA 430 Cisco CCNA - Part 1 18 sessions, 70 hours; $1, C, M/Th; February 8-April 7, 2016 Hours: 6:00-10:00 p.m. Introduction to Networks Students learn the fundamentals of networking, the principles of Ethernet and IP addressing, build simple LANS, and learn to implement IP addressing schemes on routers and switches. NA 431 Cisco CCNA Part II 18 sessions, 70 hours; $1, C, M/Th; April 18-June 20, 2016 (no class 5/30) Hours: 6:00-10:00 p.m. Routing and Switching Essentials Students learn how to configure routers and switches for basic functionality, and configure/troubleshoot routing protocols and inter-vlan routing. NA 432 Cisco CCNA Part III 18 sessions, 70 hours; $1, C, M/Th; July 7-September 8, 2016 (no class 9/5) Hours: 6:00-10:00 p.m. Scaling Networks Students learn how to configure routers and switches for advanced functionality, and to respond to complex issues in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks. NA 433 Cisco CCNA Part IV 18 sessions, 70 hours; $1, C, M/Th; September 19-November 21, 2016 Hours: 6:00-10:00 p.m. Connecting Networks Students learn about WAN services and network technologies, and configure virtual private networking with IPSec. Finally, students complete a comprehensive final review in preparation for the CCNA R&S Exam. To register, call: (201) FALL

3 TAKE THE NEXT STEP! ADVANCED DESIGN SERIES If you already know the Essentials of web and graphic design, TAKE THE NEXT STEP! Advance your skills. Learn features & techniques that put the extra in front of ordinary. This series of courses targets intermediate to advanced learners who want to extend their current web and graphic design skills. The goal is to enhance opportunities for advancement and monetization. TAKE THE NEXT STEP! All courses in the Advanced Design Series are: 3 hours, $75 Location: S-343 Instructor: Professor Kahlil Haynes There are no Certificates for a 3 hour class just a whole lot of know-how. CC 633 WordPress I: Creating Custom Themes-Part 1 To be offered in Spring, 2016 Part I of this two part course explores the WordPress templates system that controls how WordPress displays your site s web pages. Customize your site s logo, header and background images. Edit your site s CSS to take control of your site s color scheme. Learn which template files are the most important and what they control Introduction to editing WordPress template files to safely customize the look and feel of the site. CC 634 WordPress II: Creating Custom Themes-Part 2 Part II takes a deeper dive into the WordPress templates system that controls how WordPress displays your site s web pages. Add custom widgets to your site s widget area Customize your web site s login page. Create custom templates for your WordPress site s posts. Create custom templates for your WordPress site s pages. Customize the s that are sent from your WordPress site. CC 635 PhotoShop I: Photo Retouching and Compositing 001, Tue; December 1, 2015 This course introduces the skills and techniques for completing professional photo retouching, compositing, and creative effects. Use efficient selection and masking techniques for mechanical and creative compositing. Take a deep dive into the Adjustments menu to learn techniques for color correction and creative color control. Go in depth into the Filter menu discovering photo retouching and creative techniques Open up a world of creative possibility by learning to customize your brush tool for fun and profit. CC 636 PhotoShop II: Video and 3D 001, Th; Dec. 3, 2015 Work with web video and 3D content in Photoshop: Discover the available video file formats for web and best practices for adding video to Web pages Create corporate web videos in Photoshop. Use tools that help with video file format conversion. Learn the core 3D techniques needed to work with 3D content in Photoshop. Learn to composite 3D content to enhance your work. CC 637 Adobe Illustrator: Information Graphics for PowerPoint Combine your PowerPoint and Illustrator skills to create winning PowerPoint presentations. Customize your PowerPoint template with Illustrator graphics and styles. Learn about Information Graphics and how they make data easier to understand. Use Illustrator tools to easily create Information graphics and vibrant charts. Learn to import and embed graphics and charts into your PowerPoint presentations. CC 638 Adobe InDesign: Creating E-books for E-readers 001, Tue; December 8, 2015 Use your InDesign skills to convert multi-page documents into professional E- books for corporate or commercial distribution Learn about the different E-book formats and the differences between them Learn about the different E-book markets for distribution Learn the steps to distributing corporate E-books Learn how HTML and CSS affect the E-book creation process. Build and export your first E-book. CC 639 HTML5: Responsive Front End Layouts for Mobile Develop the skills and techniques needed to build professional, cutting-edge HTML page layouts, using straightforward HTML and CSS. Build common HTML frameworks to power today s website designs. Create web page layouts that render predictably on a wide range of devices, from mobile to TV Write code and create a reusable template for developing web site designs Discover best practices for displaying media in responsive designs. CC 640 CSS3: UI/UX Design This course introduces the skills and techniques needed to build professional, cross platform user interfaces and engaging user experiences, using standard HTML and CSS. Learn the core principles of user experience design. Develop use cases that both inform the decision making process and help you write better code Create re-usable code snippets for styling navigation links, forms controls, and interactive areas Learn to use CSS FX to develop engaging interfaces CC 641 Adobe Premiere: Making Corporate Video Build high quality corporate and training videos using the industry standard video editor. Learn to select video templates and import video clips Learn about keyframes and how they work Add background music and voice-overs to your projects Add text overlays and titles to your video projects Apply professional transitions to your scenes CC 642 Adobe AfterEffects: Advanced Presentation Learn professional techniques to add advanced special effects to your videos and presentations Import video, still images and other media to your presentations Animate your video projects using keyframes Animate titles and other text Learn how and when to apply filters to your presentations Learn the techniques for adding particle systems to your presentations CERTIFICATE IN WORDPRESS CC 617 WORDPRESS: Build a Website and a Blog 7 sessions, 21 hours; $425 WordPress is a free, open source blog and content management platform powered by PHP and MySQL. This web software is used to create and manage great looking web sites or blogs for business or personal use. Established in 2003, WordPress currently has over 25 million active users. There are thousands of plugins and themes available to transform your site into almost anything you can imagine. Work hands-on with WordPress to create a complete website and learn to do the following: Setup and configure a WordPress web site Build a WordPress custom design (theme) Understand and utilize the content management features Use Widgets in your design Navigate the WordPress menu system To register, call: (201) FALL

4 Extend WordPress with Plug-ins that provide additional functionality such as e- Commerce Understand the blogging features, including tags and categories, and how that can benefit your website and/or business. Prerequisite: No web design or development experience is necessary to participate in this class. Bring a USB thumb drive to class to store your work. Instructor: Kahlil Haynes TAKE THE NEXT STEP! See the Advanced Design Series. CC 633 WordPress I: Creating Custom Themes-Part 1 CC 634 WordPress II: Creating Custom Themes-Part 2 CERTIFICATE IN INTERACTIVE GRAPHIC DESIGN Take work from concept to print using today s technology. This Interactive Graphic Design Certificate Program covers the essentials of the key applications needed to work in Graphic Design or Prepress Production. Each application has a unique function: InDesign for page layout, Photoshop for manipulation of images, and Illustrator for creating logos and illustrations. Whether you work for an agency or your own business, technical skills need to be combined with practical knowhow. Learn to output your work not only to print, but to the Web, to.pdf files, and to the new.epub format for digital readers and screen based displays. To receive the Interactive Graphic Design Certificate, the following three courses are required. We are using Adobe CS 6 software: CC598 InDesign 18 hours $395 CC455 Photoshop 21 hours $450 CC597 Illustrator 18 hours $ hours $1,240 Courses may be taken individually. A Certificate of Completion is given upon successful completion of each course. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills and knowledge of MS Windows or Mac OS9. Although PC s are used in the classroom, Adobe software is consistent cross-platform. If you use a Mac, you may attend these classes with no problem. Location: S-343 Instructor: Kahlil Haynes CC 455 PhotoShop 001, T/Th; Sept. 8, 10, 17, 24, 29, Oct. 1 & 6, 2015 (no class 9/15, 9/22) (make-up date 10/8) In this introductory Adobe Photoshop course, learn the image editing techniques to create graphics for any purpose. Format, repair and enhance photographs for the web and print. Learn to create effective online advertising, user Interface graphics, and web page design layouts. Build creative compositions for both print and screen. Includes an introduction to professional photo editing. Prerequisite: Basic ability to use the PC & Windows. TAKE THE NEXT STEP! See the Advanced Design Series. CC 635 PhotoShop I: Photo Retouching and Compositing CC 636 PhotoShop II: Video and 3D CC 598 InDesign for Page Layout & Interactive Design 18 hours; $395 (includes book) 001, T/Th; Nov. 3, 5, 10, 12, 17 & 19, 2015 (make-up date 11/24) Learn to use this industry standard page layout program to design and create documents for print and modern media output. Create documents using both created and imported text, imported graphics in various formats, professional layout techniques, robust type tools, colors and saved styles. Along with saving and exporting business cards, flyers and advertisements as print jobs, learn to save and export as interactive PDF files with mouse actions and transitions. Learn to output layouts to a web page or in the new.epub format used by digital book readers like the Amazon Kindle. TAKE THE NEXT STEP! See the Advanced Design Series. CC 638 Adobe InDesign: Creating E-books for E-readers CC 597 Illustrator for Print & Interactivity 18 hours; $395 (includes book) 001, T/Th; Feb. 16, 18, 23, 25, March 1 & 3, 2016 (make-up date 3/8) Learn to use this digital illustration program to create vector artwork for print, web and interactive projects. Topics include: using the basic drawing tools, working with color, gradients and patterns, using brushes and swatches, creating informational graphics like charts and graphs, branding and logos, creating user interface graphics, and saving and exporting your artwork for print or web. Extend your skills beyond print output and learn to export your graphics for screen based display. TAKE THE NEXT STEP! See the Advanced Design Series. CC 637 Adobe Illustrator: Information Graphics for PowerPoint. CERTIFICATE IN WEB DESIGN To earn the Web Design Certificate, you must satisfactorily complete the following courses, using Adobe CS 6 software: CC 362 Creating Your Own Web Page 6 hours $165 CC 628 Professional HTML & CSS 21 hours $450 CC 451 Dreamweaver 21 hours $450 CC 455 PhotoShop 21 hours $450 CC 441 Flash 21 hours $ hours $1,965 Courses may be taken individually if the prerequisite is met. A Certificate of Completion is given upon successful completion of each 21 hour course. A separate Certificate is given when all 5 courses are successfully completed. Location: S-343 Instructor: Kahlil Haynes Note: Bring a flash drive to save your work CC 362 Creating Your Own Web Page 6 hours; $ , T/Th; Sept. 1 & 3, 2015 It all starts with the basic web page. In this introductory course, you learn what elements and technologies comprise an effective web page by building a basic web page together in class. We have in-depth open discussions aimed at getting your web development questions answered. Prerequisite: Basic ability to use the PC & Windows. CC 628 Professional HTML & CSS (including HTML5 and CSS3) 001, Sat; Sept. 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2015 Hours: 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. In this beginner level course, students learn the modern coding techniques used to build today s web sites. Begin by discussing the requirements for a successful web site. Then apply those ideas to a web site we build together in class. Learn when and how to use the core web technologies used in professional web development including: XHTML, HTML5 and CSS (including an introduction to CSS3). Ancillary subjects include: standards compliance, page layouts, basic search engine optimization and web design techniques. Prerequisite: C 362 Creating Your Own Web Page, or equivalent experience. TAKE THE NEXT STEP! See the Advanced Design Series. CC 639 HTML5: Responsive Front End Layouts for Mobile CC 640 CSS3: UI/UX Design To register, call: (201) FALL

5 CC 451 Dreamweaver 001, Sat; Oct. 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2015 (make-up date 10/31) Hours: 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. In this introduction to Dreamweaver, learn to create, maintain and edit a multipage Web site. Build common multi-column web site layouts using HTML, create hyperlinks, implement navigation bars; work with tables, build web forms, format and implement Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), create forms, and add images and other media. Prerequisite: CC 362 Creating Your Own Web Page, or equivalent experience. CC 455 PhotoShop 001, T/Th; Sept. 8, 10, 17, 24, 29, Oct. 1 & 6, 2015 (no class 9/15, 9/22) (make-up date 10/8) In this introductory Adobe Photoshop course, learn the image editing techniques to create graphics for any purpose. Format, repair and enhance photographs for the web and print. Learn to create effective online advertising, user Interface graphics, and web page design layouts. Build creative compositions for both print and screen. Includes an introduction to professional photo editing. Prerequisite: Basic ability to use the PC & Windows. TAKE THE NEXT STEP! See the Advanced Design Series. CC 635 PhotoShop I: Photo Retouching and Compositing CC 636 PhotoShop II: Video and 3D CC 441 Flash 001, Sat; January 23, 30, February 6 & 13, 2016 (make-up 2/20/16) Hours: 10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. This introduction to Flash enables you to build multimedia and interactive animation content for the Web. Topics include: drawing tools, advanced animation techniques, working with media files, introduction to ActionScript, techniques for streaming and optimizing Flash content, and publishing Flash content. Prerequisite: Basic ability to use the PC & Windows and CC 362 Creating Your Own Web Page, or equivalent experience. CERTIFICATE IN WEB DEVELOPMENT This Certificate Program is important for web site developers, web site owners, or anyone who needs to manage one or more web properties. Dreamweaver users with basic skills learn the advanced features they are missing. The courses are sequential. Each builds on the one before. To earn the Web Development Certificate, you must satisfactorily complete the following 5 courses: CC 589 jquery & JavaScript 12 hrs $285 CC 630 Real World HTML/CSS/JavaScript 12 hrs $285 CC 631 PHP: Essentials 12 hrs $285 CC 627 The New Webmaster 6 hrs $165 CC 632 PHP: Databases/MySQL 12 hrs $ hrs $1,020 Any course may be taken individually if the prerequisite is met. A Certificate of Completion is given upon successful completion of each 12 hour course. A separate Certificate is given when all 5 courses are successfully completed. Location: S-343 Instructor: Kahlil Haynes Note: Bring a flash drive to save your work. CC 589 JavaScript and jquery-making Dynamic Web Pages 12 hours; $285 (includes book) 001, T/Th; Oct. 13, 15, 20 & 22, 2015 (make-up date 10/29) jquery is a fast, flexible JavaScript library that simplifies adding advanced JavaScript interaction to web pages. For both professional and casual web designers, who want to add the latest in interactivity and animation effects to their sites, jquery is the tool of choice. Topics include: setting up jquery for a web site, working with the HTML DOM (Document Object Model), understanding and responding to JavaScript events, and adding visual effects and animation. Prerequisite: a working knowledge of HTML. No previous JavaScript experience is required. NEW CC 630 Real World HTML/CSS/JavaScript 12 hours; $285 (includes book) 001, Sat; November 7 & 14, 2015 (make-up date Sat, 11/21) Hours: 9:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. If you know basic HTML and CSS web programming skills and some JavaScript, this course is the next level. Bring these techniques together to write real code that you can reuse on your own mobile and desktop designs. Work on a live web server to build responsive user interfaces and web sites that look good on a variety of devices. Share your live web site with colleagues and others in your network for up to 6 months after course completion. Prerequisite: CC451 Dreamweaver, or equivalent experience. CC 631 PHP: Essentials 12 hours; $285 (includes book) 001, Sat; December 5 & 12, 2015 (make-up Sat, 12/19) Hours: 9:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. PHP is one of the most popular web technologies in use today. Learn by doing. Write code. Create dynamic web pages, enhance web site content, send , make your forms secure, and more. Add these Web Developer skills to your Web Designer skills with a powerful yet easy to use modern web skill set. Make yourself more marketable in the process. Prerequisite: CC 630 Real World HTML/CSS/JavaScript CC 627 The New Webmaster: Step by Step 6 hours; $ , T/Th; January 19 & 21, 2016 (make-up date 1/26) Learn the techniques and technologies necessary for developing the back end infrastructure of your web site, which delivers content and functionality to end users. Learn to: research acquiring domain names, find and set up a hosting server & understand server control panels. Other topics include: basics of mail server technology and setting up accounts, preparing and accessing databases through your hosting account, and other server software available to your web site, including content management systems and productivity software such as WordPress. Prerequisite: Basic ability to use the PC & Windows. CC 632 PHP: Database Basics/MySQL 12 hours; $285 (includes book) 001, T/Th; January 28, February 2, 4 & 9, 2016 (make-up 2/11/16) PHP web programming language is what allows your web sites and applications to integrate stored data from databases. Write real world code using the MySQL database server. Discover the basics of SQL, the standard database communication and manipulation programming language. Learn to perform standard database functions including: creating databases, creating tables, CRUD methods (creating, reading, updating and deleting records) as well as introductory database security techniques - while working on a live server. Prerequisite: CC 631 PHP: Essentials To register, call: (201) FALL

6 CERTIFICATE IN DIGITAL DESIGN FOR BUSINESS This comprehensive package combines the Web Design Certificate Program with the Web Development Certificate Program. The component parts of both Programs are sequenced to form a progressive learning path. It provides 144 hours of training and costs $3,270, including books. Web Design Certificate Program 5 Parts 90 hrs $1,965 Web Development Certificate Program 5 Parts 54 hrs $1,305 Digital Design for Business Certificate 10 Parts 144 hrs $3,270 Web Design is the process of creating the layout, look, feel and branding of a website, the front end that the user sees. Design includes the creation of logos, graphics and visual elements. Design refers to how the website looks. Web Development is the process of developing applications and functionality for the Internet. It involves programming and data processing. Development refers to how the website works. This comprehensive program gives you the opportunity to learn both together for a total of 10 courses: CC 362 Creating Your Own Web Page 6 hours $165 CC 628 Professional HTML & CSS 21 hours $450 CC 451 Dreamweaver 21 hours $450 CC 455 PhotoShop 21 hours $450 CC 441 Flash 21 hours $450 CC 627 The New Webmaster 6 hrs $165 CC 589 jquery & JavaScript 12 hrs $285 CC 630 Real World HTML/CSS/JavaScript 12 hrs $285 CC 631 PHP: Essentials 12 hrs $285 CC 632 PHP: Databases/ MySQL 12 hrs $285 TOTAL 144 hrs $3,270 For descriptions, dates & times for each of the 10 courses, see the listings above: Web Design Certificate lists the information for the first 5 courses. Web Development Certificate lists the information for the last 5 courses. Contact Barbara Eisen if you need help: or CERTIFICATE IN MICROSOFT OFFICE + QUICKBOOKS This MS Office + QuickBooks Certificate Program is 219 hours of training and costs $3,955. Learn the computer skills most asked for in the Want Ads for jobs in almost any field, not just an office. This program is designed for adults who have not been in the workplace recently or have never learned computer skills. Everyone in the class is in the same boat, preparing for a new or better job. Students who complete the program are competent in using Microsoft Windows, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and QuickBooks. Resume preparation and using the Internet for job search are included. CC 392 Keyboarding Fundamentals NOTE: This course may be taken by itself for those who need to learn Keyboarding. No Certificate is given for this course. 6 sessions, 18 hours; $ C, M/T/W/Th; July 27,28,29,30, Aug. 3 & 4, 2015 Hours: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Develop proper keyboarding skills, improve accuracy and speed, and learn basic mouse skills. The course includes instruction in creating a basic business letter and envelope in Word. CC 411 MS in the Workplace, Part I 60 hours; $1,090 (includes books) 001C, M/T/W/Th; July 27, 28, 29, 30, Aug. 3 & 4, 2015 Hours: 12:30-2:30 p.m. NOTE: These 6 sessions are in the afternoon only. They follow the Keyboarding course given mornings, 9am-12pm. Lunch break is 12-12:30. Bring a lunch. The remaining sessions of this course are given on: M/T/W/Th; August 5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19 & 20, 2015 (make-up date Fri, 8/21/15) Hours: 9:00-2:30 p.m. Lunch break is 12:00-12:30 p.m. Bring a lunch. Learn the basics of the computer applications required for most jobs: the Windows operating system, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Topics include: creating, editing, formatting, saving and printing documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Prerequisite: Ability to type 20 words per minute accurately. If you cannot do this, take CC 392 Keyboarding Fundamentals. CC 412 MS in the Workplace, Part II 12 sessions, 60 hours; $1,090 (includes books) 001C, M/T/W/Th; August 24, 25, 26, 27, 31, Sept. 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 11, 2015 (no class 9/7/15) Hours: 9:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Lunch break is 12-12:30. Bring a lunch. This three-week course emphasizes the hands-on approach to intermediate Word and Excel topics and introduces Outlook, , and the Web. Using Word, students create tables and columns, headers and footers, and do a basic mail merge. Using Excel database features, students make pivot tables. Start working on resumes, interview techniques and job search. Prerequisite: MS in the Workplace, Part I. CC 413 MS in the Workplace, Part III 12 sessions, 60 hours; $1, C, M/T/W/Th/F; Sept. 16, 17, 18, 21, 24, 25, 28, 29, 30, Oct. 1, 5 & 6, 2015 (no class 9/22, 9/23) (make-up 10/7) In this three-week course, students master more advanced procedures in Word and Excel. Integration and linking between the programs is emphasized as well as resume preparation and using the Internet for job search. Prerequisite: MS in the Workplace, Part II. CC 584 QuickBooks 6 sessions, 21 hours; $440 (includes book) 001, M/W/Th; October 8, 12, 14, 15, 19 & 21, 2015 (make up Wed, 10/22) Hours: 1:00-4:30 p.m. Instructor: Annette Rakowski NOTE: This section is part of the MS Office + QuickBooks that runs 7/27/15 10/21/15. Take control and save time with an easy-to use accounting program. Create professional invoices, make deposits, write checks, receive payments, enter and pay bills, reconcile accounts and generate important financial reports. Customize forms, letters and templates. Prerequisite: Basic mouse and keyboard skills and knowledge of Windows. Some knowledge of bookkeeping is helpful. Instructor: Annette Rakowski To register, call: (201) FALL

7 CERTIFICATE IN QUICKBOOKS Take control and save time with an easy-to use accounting program. Create professional invoices, make deposits, write checks, receive payments, enter and pay bills, reconcile accounts and generate important financial reports. Customize forms, letters and templates. Prerequisite: Basic mouse and keyboard skills and knowledge of Windows. Some knowledge of bookkeeping is helpful. CC 584 QuickBooks Pro 21 hours; $440 (includes book) 001, M/W/Th; Oct. 8, 12, 14, 15, 19 & 21, 2015 (make-up date Wed, 10/22) Hours: 1:00-4:30 p.m. There are 6 sessions. 002, M/W; Oct. 26, 28, Nov. 2, 4, 9, 11 & 16, 2015 (make-up date Wed, 11/18) There are 7 sessions. Instructor: Annette Rakowski PROGRAMS FOR BEGINNERS CC 392 Keyboarding Fundamentals 6 sessions, 18 hours; $ C, M/T/W/Th; July 27, 28, 29, 30, August 3 & 4, 2015 Hours: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Location: CLC-235 Develop proper keyboarding skills, improve accuracy, and speed, and learn basic mouse skills. The course includes instruction in creating a basic business letter and envelope in Word. MICROSOFT OFFICE 2013 INDIVIDUAL COURSES How to select the right course for you: Read the course description and check the prerequisite, if any. IF you already know the topics listed, & meet the prerequisite, go on to the next level course. A book and a CD, with practice files that that go with the book, are included with each course. If your PC does not have a CD drive, bring a flash drive to class to get the files. PLEASE NOTE: MS Office 2013 is taught in all the following classes. CC 602 Word 2013 Level 1 001, T/W/Th; September 29, 30 & Oct 1, 2015 (make-up date Fri, 10/2) 002C, W/M/W; October 7,12 &14, 2015 (make-up date Mon, 10/19) Hours: 6:30-9:30 p.m. 003, T/Th/T; November 3, 5 & 10, 2015 (make-up date 11/12) Learn to create, edit, spell check, save and print documents. Set margins, page breaks, page numbers and change from portrait to landscape. Change fonts, align paragraphs and customize the quick access toolbar for easy access to favorite commands. Prerequisite: Basic ability to use the PC & Windows. CC 603 Word 2013 Level 2 001, T/W/Th; October 20, 21 & 22, 2015 (make-up date Fri, 10/23) Hours: 9:30-12:30 p.m. 002C, T/Th/T; December 1, 3 & 8, 2015 (make-up date 12/10) Location: CLC 235 in Hackensack Learn to create tables, headers and footers, hanging indents, borders and shading. Use sort, find and replace, ClipArt, WordArt, SmartArt and drawing tools. Prerequisite: Word I or equivalent experience. CC 605 Excel 2013 Level 1 001C, T/Th/T; September 1, 3 & 8, , Th/T/Th; September 3, 8 & 10, , W/Th/F; September 16, 17 & 18, 2015 (make-up date Mon, 9/21) 004C, W/M/W; October 21, 26 & 28, 2015 (make-up date Mon, 11/2) 005, T/W/Th; November 17, 18 & 19, 2015 (make-up date Fri, 11/20) Learn to create, edit, save and print spreadsheets; use AutoSum and AutoFill. Develop formulas and simple functions to do calculations. Format text data, numbers, and dates. Set margins, create headers and footers, and learn printing techniques. Use the quick access toolbar for easy access to favorite commands. Prerequisite: Basic ability to use the PC & Windows. To register, call: (201) FALL

8 CC 606 Excel 2013 Level 2 001, Th/M/Th; September 17, 21 & 24, , T/W/Th; October 6, 7 & 8, 2015 (make-up date Fri, 10/9) 003C, W/M/W; November 4, 9 & 11, 2015 (make-up date 11/16) 004, T/W/Th; December 8, 9 & 10, 2015 (make-up date Fri, 12/11) Review Excel basics and expand your knowledge of formula writing and basic functions: sum, average, if, countif, sumif and more. Manage sheets and learn to create formulas across multiple sheets. Work efficiently by splitting and freezing windows; hiding columns; creating range names, comments, and passwords. Prerequisite: Excel I plus experience working with Excel. CC 607 Excel 2013 Charts/Graphs 3 hours; $85 (includes book) 001, Th; October 15, , W; October 28, 2015 (make-up date Fri, 11/13 ) Hours: 9:30 a. m.-12:30 p.m. Learn to create and edit pie and bar charts. Learn to format and move charts from sheet to sheet and to create your own custom templates. Create quick charts with one keystroke. Prerequisite: Excel I or equivalent experience. CC 609 Excel Pivot Tables 3 hours; $85 (includes book) 001, Tue; October 13, , Tue; November 10, 2015 (make-up date Fri., 11/13) Use Pivot Tables to make the data in a database more understandable and easier to comprehend at a glance. You can quickly change the layout to see limitless views of the data. You can count items, see sums, averages, quickly calculate percentages and more. Prerequisite: Excel I or equivalent knowledge. CC 610 Excel Macros 3 hours; $85 (includes book) 001, Th; November 12, 2015 (make-up date Fri, 11/13) Macros are recordings of keystrokes and mouse actions that can be used to automate repetitive tasks. Macros can be stored and played back at any time. Add buttons to a quick access toolbar for easy playback of general macros that can be used in any workbook. Create buttons within a sheet for playback of macros unique to that book. Prerequisite: Excel I or equivalent experience. CC 623 PowerPoint , T/W/Th; December 1, 2 & 3, 2015 (make-up date Fri, 12/4)) Learn to create text slides, charts, and organizational charts for presentations. Enhance slides with ClipArt, WordArt and SmartArt. Learn to print slides and audience handouts. Set up a slide show with manual or automatic advance, set timings and loop shows. Use transitions and custom animations. Add sound and learn to add music to a show. Prerequisite: Basic ability to use the PC & Windows. CC 608 Excel Database 4 hours; $90 (includes book) 001, T/Th; October 6 & 8, 2015 Hours: 6:30-8:30 p.m. 002, T; November 3, 2015 (make-up date Fri,11/13) Hours: 9:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. (1/2 hour break, bring snack) Explore Excel s database capabilities: learn to sort and filter data; create automatic subtotals and learn the VLookup function plus other database functions including ways to clean up imported data. Prerequisite: Excel I or equivalent experience. To register, call: (201) FALL

9 INDIVIDUAL ONLINE COURSES Choose from the listing of titles in this section. Courses begin on a Wednesday, every month, and offer 12 lessons over 6 weeks. An instructor monitors classes daily. Final exams are given for feedback. A letter of completion showing a grade is available. REGISTER & PAY ONLINE at Select the course Click on the enroll now link Follow the prompts to complete registration & payment For detailed course information and many additional titles, visit COMPUTER COURSES OL 039 Advanced PC Security...$120 Learn techniques to locate and close security holes in your own network. OL 118 Introduction to PC Troubleshooting...$120 Learn to decipher and solve almost any problem with your PC. OL 288 Introduction to PC Security...$120 What you don t know can really hurt you. Learn how to protect yourself. WRITING COURSES OL 103 A to Z Grant Writing...$120 Learn how to research and develop relationships with potential funding sources, organize grant writing campaigns, and prepare proposals. OL 134 Write Your Life Story...$120 Give your family and friends an inspirational autobiography. OL 164 Grammar Refresher...$120 Produce clean, grammatically correct documents and speeches. OL 170 History of Women Writers...$120 Discuss the influences of history on women writers and their works. OL 188 Writing Effective Grant Proposals...$120 Learn to prepare grant proposals that get solid results. OL 189 Resume Writing Workshop...$120 Transform your tired, boring resume into a powerful tool. OL 190 Business Marketing Writing...$120 Improve your company s image. OL 218 Creativity Training for Writers...$120 Tricks for the published writer s toolbox. OL 220 Travel Writing...$120 Learn how to write and sell travel articles and books. OL 226 The Keys to Effective Editing...$120 Learn fundamentals of top-notch editing for both fiction and non-fiction. OL 229 Write Like a Pro...$120 Hollywood author teaches you to use story outlines to structure any type of story. OL 230 Effective Business Writing...$120 Develop powerful written documents. OL 245 Fundamentals of Technical Writing...$120 Succeed in the well-paying field of technical writing. OL 258 Research Methods for Writers...$120 Learn methods to conduct research for writing projects. OL 263 Beginner s Guide to Getting Published...$120 Give yourself the credibility you need to get your works published. OL 301 Beginning Writer s Workshop...$120 Improve your writing skills in this introduction to writing creatively. OL 303 Mystery Writing...$120 This course will teach you the techniques to become a successful author. OL 304 Introduction to Journaling...$120 Discover how journaling can help you learn more about yourself and enhance your creativity. OL 315 Writing for Children...$120 Learn from a published children s author how to touch the hearts of children by creating books for them. TEST PREP COURSES OL 104 GRE Preparation Workshop Verbal (Part I)...$120 Powerful strategies for success in the verbal and analytical sections. OL 105 GRE Preparation Workshop Quantitative (Part 2)...$120 Learn a variety of useful techniques for tackling the math section. OL 130 LSAT Preparation Part 1...$120 Learn about law school entrance procedures, develop analytical reasoning skills, and improve test-taking. OL 131 LSAT Preparation Part 2...$120 Improve your logical reasoning and reading comprehension, discover proven approaches for selecting correct exam answers. OL 216 GMAT Preparation...$120 Powerful test-taking techniques for improving your score. OL 232 GED Preparation...$120 Want to pass the GED? Develop the skills you ll need to succeed. OL 265 Prepare for the GED Language Arts, Writing Test...$120 Prepare for the GED test on language arts and writing. OL 281 Prepare for the GED Math Test...$120 Master the skills to pass Test 5 in the GED test series. To register, call: (201) FALL

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