1 KIDS COLLEGE & TEEN PROGRAM: READING, WRITING, SPELLING, xxxxxxxxxxxxx Table of Contents TABLE TABLE OF OF CONTENTS CONTENTS Term Dates and Holidays... 2 Registration Checklist... 3 Online Registration Workshops... 3 Online Registration Information... 4 Walk-In Registration Information... 5 English as a Second Language Program... 6 ESL Academic Success Program... 8 ESL Specialty Classes... 8 ESL-Off Site High School Diploma Program GED Preparation Program SCE Learning Centers English & Communication Increasing Business Effectiveness Career Planning Business Skills Project Management Certificate Program Financial Planning & Investing Business Opportunities Computers Fundamental Computer Concepts & Skills Program.. 19 Office Application Essentials Online Classes Digital Media, Web & Video Graphic Arts Website Design Digital Video Disabled Student Programs and Services DSPS Off-Site Class Locations Fashion Clothing Design Fine & Applied Arts Drawing & Painting Photography Parenting Career Technical Education Career Technical Education Orientation Information. 31 Administrative Assistant Certificate Program Bartending Early Childhood Education (ECE) Certificate Program ECE Required Courses ECE Elective Courses CPR for Day-Care Providers Electrical Trainee Program Management Certificate Program Medical Assistant Certificate Program Physical Therapy Aide Health Care Medical Interpreter Training Medical Device Industry Quality Assurance Management Certificate for Medical Devices Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program Physical Fitness Dance Adult Martial Arts Music Mature Driver Classes Older Adults Program Communication Creative Arts Body & Mind Senior Classes Kids' College & Teen Program Arts & Crafts Computers Digital Arts Cooking Dance Foreign Language Gymnastics Martial Arts Math Math Tutorials Music & Drama Violin - Suzuki Method Personal Enrichment Reading & Writing Reading & Writing Tutorials Science Sports & Fitness General Information Student Conduct Policy Off-Campus Continuing Education Locations Class Index District Service Map Looking for TEXTBOOK INFORMATION? Check the SCE Online Schedule (at for detailed textbook information. The SCE CATALOG is now available online located at: The SCE CATALOG lists all SCE courses offered throughout the year, all certificate program sequences, as well as additional information on student services, academic policies and procedures. SCE is on Facebook Like us at SCE is on Facebook! LIKE us and get all the latest updates from the NOCCCD School of Continuing Education including campus reminders, events, photos, new courses and more! Be the first to view the latest class schedule! This class schedule is also available in alternate media formats. For more information, contact the SCE Disabled Student Programs and Services at Class Schedule Design: Rebecca Guillen, Vinh Van Dang, Mary Jo Marvulli, Jennifer Perez. 1 SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at
2 KIDS COLLEGE & TEEN PROGRAM: READING, WRITING, SPELLING, First-Time xxxxxxxxxxxxx Student Information Term Dates & Holidays first-time students... read here STEP 1: STEP 2: STEP 3: STEP 4: FIRST-TIME STUDENTS...READ HERE FIRST-TIME STUDENTS can apply for a BANNER identification (ID) number (formerly called STUDENT ID or USER ID) online on our website at OR, apply for a BANNER ID in person by visiting one of the SCE Center locations. An e-ail response with registration information will be sent within two (2) business days after your application is submitted. Once you receive your ID number, or have applied online and received an response, you can register for classes: ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE PROGRAM CLASSES VIA mygateway BEGINS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, Students must complete an online orientation PRIOR TO registration; SEE PAGE 31. Register by logging into Click on mygateway and use your eight-digit ID as your BANNER ID. Click Add or Drop Classes in the Registration Tools Box. Computers for online registration are available at all three SCE Center registration offices. ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE) CLASSES VIA mygateway BEGINS TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, Students must complete an online orientation for specific CTE Programs PRIOR TO registration; SEE PAGE 31. Register for CTE classes by logging into Click on mygateway and use your eight-digit ID as your BANNER ID. Click Add or Drop Classes in the Registration Tools Box. Computers for online registration are available at all three SCE Center registration offices. ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR ALL SCE CLASSES VIA mygateway BEGINS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, Log onto Click on mygateway and use your eight-digit ID as your BANNER ID. Click Add or Drop Classes in the Registration Tools Box. Computers for online registration are available at all three SCE Center registration offices. WALK-IN REGISTRATION FOR ALL SCE CLASSES BEGINS THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, Students can register for any class at any location, even if the class is not at that location, up until the day the class begins or until the class is full. If needed, purchase a PARKING PERMIT at any SCE Center registration office and BOOK(S) at the bookstore. TERM DATES & HOLIDAYS 2014 FALL TERM September 8, 2014 November 26, 2014 REGISTRATION OPTIONS Wednesday, August 13, 2014: Medical Assistant Certificate Program Online Registration ONLY Tuesday, August 19, 2014: Online Registration for Career Technical Education Classes ONLY Wednesday, August 20, 2014: Online Registration for ALL SCE Classes Thursday, August 21, 2014: Walk-In Registration for ALL SCE Classes CYPRESS COLLEGE/FULLERTON COLLEGE FALL SEMESTER August 25 December 13, 2014 HOLIDAYS SCE CENTERS CLOSED Veteran s Day Holiday: November 8-10, 2014 Thanksgiving Holiday: November 27-30, 2014 Winter Break: December 24, 2014 January 1, WINTER TERM January 5, 2015 March 28, 2015 REGISTRATION OPTIONS Wednesday, November 12, 2014: Medical Assistant Certificate Program Online Registration ONLY Tuesday, November 18, 2014: Online Registration for Career Technical Education Classes ONLY Wednesday, November 19, 2014: Online Registration for ALL SCE Classes Thursday, November 20, 2014: Walk-In Registration for ALL SCE Classes CYPRESS COLLEGE/FULLERTON COLLEGE SPRING SEMESTER January 26 May 23, 2015 HOLIDAYS SCE CENTERS CLOSED Martin Luther King, Jr.: January 17 19, 2015 President s Holidays: February 13 16, 2015 Registration is open through the day the class begins or until the class is full. Classes fill fast, so register today! Registration office hours will be adjusted in December and January to the following: WEEK OF DECEMBER 1, 2014 SCE Anaheim: M-Th/8a-7:30p; F/8a-4p; S/CLOSED SCE Cypress and SCE Wilshire: M-Th/8a-7:30p; F/8a-4p; S/8a-2p DECEMBER 8-20, 2014 SCE Anaheim:M-Th/8a-5:30p; F/8a-4p; S/CLOSED SCE Cypress and SCE Wilshire: M-Th/8a-5:30p; F/8a-4p; S/8a-2p DECEMBER 22, 2014-JANUARY 3,2015: CLOSED Registration is open through the day the class begins or until the class is full. Classes fill fast, so register today! For Spring Break, the week of March 30 April 4, 2015, Registration office hours will be: SCE Anaheim: M-Th/8a-5:30p; F-S/CLOSED SCE Cypress and SCE Wilshire: M-Th/8a-5:30p; F-S/CLOSED 2 SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at
3 SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Registration Checklist Online Oldedxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Registration Workshops prepare for registration: PREPARE FOR REGISTRATION: a handy A HANDY checklist CHECKLIST USE THIS PREPARE-TO-REGISTER CHECKLIST HAVE THIS INFORMATION AVAILABLE WHEN REGISTERING ONLINE What are your BANNER ID and PIN numbers? Do you know if you have a HOLD? Have you met your PREREQUISITES? Do you know your class CRNs? If full, do you have ALTERNATE CRNs ready? IF YOU DON T KNOW THE ANSWERS TO THE ABOVE QUESTIONS, FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO AVOID DELAYING YOUR REGISTRATION Log into your mygateway account one week (or more) prior to registration to confirm that your BANNER ID/ PIN combination is working. If you are unable to login to your mygateway account due to an incorrect PIN or your PIN has become disabled, and you provided a valid address at the time you applied for an SCE BANNER ID number, click PIN RESET. Follow the prompts to change your PIN number. If you have forgotten your Banner ID, click FORGOT BANNER ID and follow the prompts to have your Banner ID ed to you. If your BANNER ID/PIN combination is still not working, call the ONLINE REGISTRATION HELPLINE at from 7 a.m. 5 p.m., Monday Friday or visit the Admissions and Registration Office at any of the three SCE Centers. Holds MUST BE cleared prior to registration. You may have a hold on your account if you owe fees at either SCE or at Cypress College or Fullerton College. Visit the Admissions and Registration office at any SCE Center for assistance. Prerequisites MUST BE cleared prior to registration. You can confirm prerequisites by: Checking your unofficial transcript on mygateway Checking with your counselor PLAN AHEAD TO AVOID WAITING IN LONG LINES AND DELAYING ENROLLMENT IN CLASSES! ONLINE online REGISTRATION WORKSHOPS workshops Save Time, Save Gas, Don t Wait in Line! LEARN THE ESSENTIALS TO REGISTERING ONLINE AT ONE OF OUR ONE-HOUR WORKSHOPS Location: SCE Anaheim Campus 1830 W. Romneya Drive, Anaheim Monday, August 4: 6 p.m., Rm 301 Wednesday, August 6: 6 p.m., Rm 301 Workshops are free. Registration is not required. Online Registration will open at 7 a.m. Log into mg.nocccd.edu at 7 a.m. Wednesday, August 13, 2014: for Medical Assistant classes Tuesday, August 19, 2014: for CTE classes Wednesday, August 20, 2014: for all SCE classes AN ONLINE REGISTRATION TUTORIAL VIDEO AND HANDY WORKSHEET ARE AVAILABLE AT Register Online at 3
4 Online Registration information ONLINE Online REGISTRATION Registration INFORMATION information Online Registration will Open at 7 a.m. HELPLINE FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION: or HELPLINE HOURS: M-F 7 a.m. 5 p.m. Wednesday, WEDNESDAY, August AUGUST 13, 13, Online Registration for Medical Assistant* Certificate Program Classes ONLY Students can register online for the Medical Assistant Certificate Program courses at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, August 13, *STUDENTS MUST complete the online orientation prior to registration. See page 31 for more information or call with questions. Tuesday, August 19, 2014 TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 2014 Online Registration for Career Technical Education (CTE) Program Classes ONLY Students can register online for courses in the following eligible programs beginning at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, August 19, 2014 (those designated with a clock in this schedule): Administrative Assistant*, Computers, Early Childhood Education*, Electrical Trainee, Management, Medical Devices, Physical Therapy Aide, and Pharmacy Technician* *STUDENTS MUST complete the online orientation prior to registering for these CTE programs. See page 31 for more information or call with questions. Wednesday, WEDNESDAY, August AUGUST 20, 20, Online Registration for All SCE Classes Students can register online for ALL SCE courses beginning at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, August 20, CASH * CHECK BASIC ONLINE REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS 1. To register online, go to: 2. Click on the mygateway LOGO. 3. Enter your 8-DIGIT student identification number (ID) as your BANNER ID. 4. Enter your 6-DIGIT personal identification number as your PIN ; your default PIN is your date of birth (MMDDYY), unless you have changed it or self-selected your PIN through the CCCApply online application. 5. Click ADD OR DROP CLASSES in the Registration Tools Box. NEED ASSISTANCE WITH ONLINE REGISTRATION? 1. Use the HELPFUL CHECKLIST on Page 3 of this class schedule when preparing to register for classes online. 2. Attend one of our FREE ONLINE REGISTRATION WORKSHOPS. Details on Page 3 of this class schedule. 3. View the ONLINE REGISTRATION TUTORIAL and print a HANDY WORKSHEET at available for viewing 24 hours per day/7 days per week. 4 SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at
5 Walk-in Oldedxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Registration information Thursday, THURSDAY, August AUGUST 21, 21, Walk-In Registration for All SCE Classes Students can register at the Admissions and Registration Office at any of the three SCE Centers beginning on Thursday, August 21, CASH * CHECK walk-in Registration WALK-IN REGISTRATION INFORMATION Information ANAHEIM CAMPUS 1830 W. Romneya Drive 2nd Floor Anaheim, CA OFFICE HOURS: M-Th: 8 a.m. 7:30 p.m. Fri: 8 a.m. 4 p.m. Sat: Closed SCE CYPRESS CENTER 9200 Valley View Street Pkg Lot 4, SCECYP/100 Cypress, CA OFFICE HOURS: M-Th: 8 a.m. 7:30 p.m. Fri: 8 a.m. 4 p.m. Sat: 8 a.m. 2 p.m. SCE WILSHIRE CENTER 315 E. Wilshire Avenue Building 300 Fullerton, CA OFFICE HOURS: M-Th: 8 a.m. 7:30 p.m. Fri: 8 a.m. 4 p.m. Sat: 8 a.m. 2 p.m. Registration Information for English as a Second Language Program: SEE PAGES 6-7 Registration Information for High School Diploma Program: SEE PAGES Looking for TEXTBOOK INFORMATION? Check the SCE Online Schedule (at for detailed textbook information. The SCE CATALOG is now available online located at: The SCE CATALOG lists all SCE courses offered throughout the year, all certificate program sequences, as well as additional information on student services, academic policies and procedures. DO YOU KNOW YOUR BANNER ID#? Students are now required to use their 8-digit BANNER ID to access mygateway; for security protection, students will no longer be able to use a Social Security Number. To obtain the 8-digit BANNER ID NUMBER, visit mygateway at mg.nocccd.edu and click FORGOT BANNER ID. Follow the prompts to have your Banner ID ed to you. If you did not provide a valid address at the time that you applied, you will need to visit an SCE Center and provide a valid photo ID to obtain your Banner ID. SCE Sce CLASS class SCHEDULE schedule symbol SYMBOL key KEY AN= Anaheim Campus CC= Cypress College Campus CRN= Course Registration Number FC= Fullerton College NC= No class will be held on that date SCECYP=Cypress Coll Campus, SCE 100 Bldg SCE/TE2=Cypress Coll Campus, SCE/TE2 200 Bldg WIL= Wilshire Center (Fullerton) Off-campus continuing education location addresses are listed on page 64 of this class schedule. = Classes that are eligible for CTE Online Registration on Tuesday, August 19, See page 4 for details. SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at 5
6 KIDS COLLEGE & TEEN PROGRAM: READING, WRITING, SPELLING, English xxxxxxxxxxxxx as a Second Language Program english ENGLISH as a AS second A SECOND language LANGUAGE (ESL) PROGRAM Program REGISTRATION Registration information INFORMATION ESL classes fill up each term be first to register! You may be placed onto a waiting list until space is available. (714) Students who attended after WINTER 2014 need to visit the ESL Learning Center for your class schedule information. Student orientation is MANDATORY for ALL STUDENTS. PARKING: If you are driving, you will need to purchase a one-day ($2.00) parking permit. STEPS TO REGISTER New students or students who attended before SPRING 2014 MUST complete the following steps to enter the ESL Program: STEP 1: APPLY FOR AN SCE STUDENT ACCESS CARD at any campus registration office. Registration office times vary at each campus Students MUST have their Access Card in order to register for ESL classes. Once you have your SCE Student Access Card, you may proceed to step 2: STEP 2: SELECT YOUR CAMPUS AND TEST TIME: Don t be late! Please arrive minutes before the test as all testing will begin promptly at the scheduled time. ANAHEIM CAMPUS ROOM W. Romneya Drive Anaheim, CA CYPRESS CENTER ROOM TE Valley View Street Cypress, CA WILSHIRE CENTER ROOM E. Wilshire Avenue Fullerton, CA Monday, August 25, 2014 Monday, September 22, 2014 Monday, October 6, 2014 Monday, October 20, :30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 2, 2014 Monday, September 15, 2014 Monday, October 6, 2014 Monday, October 13, 2014 Monday, October 20, :30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 2, 2014 Monday, September 15, 2014 Monday, September 29, 2014 Monday, October 6, 2014 Monday, October 13, 2014 Monday, October 20, :30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE CLASSES SIX LEVELS OF ENGLISH INSTRUCTION: ESL BEGINNING LITERACY ESL BEGINNING LOW ESL BEGINNING HIGH ESL INTERMEDIATE LOW ESL INTERMEDIATE HIGH ESL ADVANCED LOW CLASS SCHEDULES AT OUR THREE CAMPUSES: 8:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 6 SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at
7 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKIDS COLLEGE English & as TEEN Oldedxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx a Second PROGRAM: Language SPELLING, Program PASOS PARA INSCRIBIRSE PASOS PARA INSCRIBIRSE Nuevos estudiantes o estudiantes que asistieron antes de la PRIMAVERA del 2014 TIENEN que completar los siguientes pasos para entrar al programa de ESL: PASO 1: APLIQUE PARA UNA TARJETA DE ACCESO ESTUDIANTIL DE SCE en la oficina de inscripción de cualquier escuela (Las horas de oficina varían en cada escuela). Estudiantes TIENEN que tener su tarjeta de acceso estudiantil para inscribirse en las clases de ESL. Una vez que obtenga su tarjeta de acceso estudiantil, puede continuar con el paso 2: PASO 2: SELECCIONE LA ESCUELA Y LA HORA A LA QUE DESEA ASISTIR: ANAHEIM CAMPUS SALON W. Romneya Drive Anaheim, CA CYPRESS CENTER SALON TE Valley View Street Cypress, CA WILSHIRE CENTER SALON E. Wilshire Avenue Fullerton, CA lunes, Agosto 25, 2014 lunes, Septiembre 22, 2014 lunes, Octubre 6, 2014 lunes, Octubre 20, :30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. Course Expiration Policy All students are required to take a placement test upon entering ESL courses; placement test results are valid for six months after the students last attendance. It is required that the student retake the placement test if he/she returns after leaving the program for a period of six months. Se requiere que todos los estudiantes tomen el exámen de ubicación para entrar a las clases de ESL. El resultado del exámen es válido por seis meses a partir del último día que el/ella asistió a clase. Es necesario que el estudiante tome el exámen de ubicación de nuevo si el/ella regresa a clases después de una ausencia de seis meses. english ENGLISH as AS a A second SECOND LANGUAGE language PROGRAM Program LEARNING CENTERS (ESLA/001) ESL LEARNING CENTER ESLA/001 Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov 10 CRN DAYS PLACE ANAHEIM CAMPUS MTWTh/8a-9p AN/121 F/8a-4p SCE CYPRESS CENTER MTWTh/7:30a-9p SCE/TE2-203 F/7:30a-4p WILSHIRE CENTER MTWTh/7:30a-9p F/8a-12p WIL/110 martes, Septiembre 2, 2014 lunes, Septiembre 15, 2014 lunes, Octubre 6, 2014 lunes, Octubre 13, 2014 lunes, Octubre 20, :30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. martes, Septiembre 2, 2014 lunes, Septiembre 15, 2014 lunes, Septiembre 29, 2014 lunes, Octubre 6, 2014 lunes, Octubre 13, 2014 lunes, Octubre 20, :30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. Learning Centers (ESLA/001) The ESL Learning Center offers an opportunity to practice English through various instructional media. Students learn through ESL software and/or receive individual and group tutoring to improve their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. Special interest areas such as Vocational ESL and EL Civics are also part of the instruction. SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at 7
8 English as a Second Language (esl) Program: ESL Academic success program, esl Specialty Classes For more information about English as a Second Language classes, please call ESL Academic Success Program LISTENING/SPEAKING FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS ESLA/1040 Learn how to listen to and take lecture notes; participate in classroom discussions; give presentations; and take exams in college, career technical education, high school, and GED programs. Acquire technological skills necessary for academic success. Experience campus life through field trips to local colleges. For Intermediate High thru Advanced level students. Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov 10 CRN DAYS PLACE SCE CYPRESS CENTER MTWTh/8a-11a SCE/TE2-217 SCE WILSHIRE CENTER MTWTh/8a-11a WIL/215 READING/WRITING FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS ESLA/1045 Acquire reading, writing, note-taking, test-taking, critical thinking, and computer skills necessary for academic success in college, high school, GED, or career technical education programs. Learn American cultural norms in the classroom. Participate in campus life through field trips to local colleges. For Intermediate High through Advanced level students. Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov 10 CRN DAYS PLACE MTWTh/11a-2p SCE/TE2-201 ESL Specialty Classes ESL PRONUNCIATION/ CONVERSATION SKILLS ESLA/802 This course is designed for intermediate to advanced ESL learners to improve conversation and pronunciation skills in English. It is recommended that participants have English language skills at a Beginning High level. Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov 8 CRN DAYS PLACE ANAHEIM CAMPUS F/8:30a-10:30a AN/ F/8:30a-11a AN/ MW/10:30a-1p AN/ F/6p-9:30p AN/ F/6p-9:30p AN/112 SCE CYPRESS CENTER S/10:30a-1p SCE/TE F/10:30a-1p SCE/TE W/1p-3:30p SCE/TE2-221 SCE WILSHIRE CENTER F/9a-12p WIL/ TTh/12:30p-3p WIL/203 COMPUTER SKILLS FOR ESL (BEGINNING) ESLA/801 The course introduces ESL students to hands-on exploration and use of current Microsoft Windows programs. Students will learn basic computer parts, keyboarding, and the basics of MS Word, PowerPoint, Print Shop, and Excel. Emphasis is on building confidence in computer use to improve English skills in grammar, vocabulary, writing, speaking, pronunciation, and reading. Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26 *Dates: Sep 8-Nov 21 CRN DAYS PLACE ANAHEIM CAMPUS F/8a-10:30a AN/ * F/5p-7:30p AN/403 SCE CYPRESS CENTER F/10:30a-1:30p SCE/TE F/5p-7:30p SCE/TE2-211 COMPUTER SKILLS FOR ESL (ADVANCED) ESLA/815 Students will enhance their English language skills through challenging computer application tasks using MS Word, PowerPoint, Print Shop, Excel, the Internet, and MS Publisher. Emphasis is on building confidence in independent projects to improve English skills in grammar, vocabulary, writing, and reading. Students will be actively involved in computer projects linking the academic environment with their communities. Dates: Sep 12-Nov 21 CRN DAYS PLACE F/10:30a-1p AN/302 ORAL INTERPRETATION (READING OUT LOUD) ESLA/990 Literature and communication are integrated in the art of oral interpretation. This course emphasizes the study and analysis of relevant printed materials. Students learn to select and communicate the material orally and effectively to an audience through public presentation/performance. Dates: Sep 9-Nov 20 CRN DAYS PLACE TTh/8a-10:30a AN/117 CITIZENSHIP PREPARATION ESLA/803 The course is designed to prepare prospective candidates for the US citizenship process. Students will learn how to complete all required immigration forms and practice the USCIS Citizenship Test by becoming familiar with US history. Students will acquire an understanding of the rights and responsibilities of being a US citizen. Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov 10 CRN DAYS PLACE ANAHEIM CAMPUS TTh/7:30p-10p AN/ MW/7:30p-10p AN/118 SCE CYPRESS CENTER F/10:30a-1p SCE/TE2-201 SCE WILSHIRE CENTER MW/10:30a-1p WIL/ TTh/6p-9p WIL/202 8 SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at
9 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKIDS English as a Second Language COLLEGE (esl) & Program: TEEN Oldedxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx PROGRAM: esl Specialty SPELLING, Classes, Programa de CalWORKs de los Colegios de Cypréss y Fullerton Asistiendo los Estudiantes de SCE, Cypréss y Fullerton Esta recibiendo asistencia de CalWORKs (la ayuda monetaria)? Nosotros estamos aquí para ayudarle lograr sus metas de estudio. Nuestra oficina proveerá a los estudiantes elegibles con la guía y apoyo necesario para ayudarle entender sus derechos como estudiante de CalWORKs y para cumplir los requisitos del Condado. PARA MÁS INFORMACION LLAMEN: Colegio de Fullerton: Colegio de Cypress: WRITING/READING ESLA/810 This ESL course emphasizes reading comprehension skills while building vocabulary and critical thinking skills for students who are at an intermediate level or high. In addition, the writing component is designed to acquaint students with writing skills required to develop college- level writing techniques by focusing on prewriting, outlining, drafting, revising and editing. Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26 *Dates: Sep 8-Nov 21 CRN DAYS PLACE ANAHEIM CAMPUS TTh/10:30a-1p AN/ TTh/10:30a-1p AN/ * F/6p-9:30p AN/ F/6p-9:30p AN/106 SCE CYPRESS CENTER MTWTh/8a-10:30a SCE/TE F/8a-10:30a SCE/TE S/8a-10:30a SCE/TE F/10:30a-1p SCE/TE MW/12:30p-3p SCE/TE2-217 SCE is on Facebook Like us at INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR REVIEW ESLA/813 Students will learn to understand grammar structures in various contexts and practice using them in both oral and written communication. This class supplements core ESL courses or works as a stand-alone course. This course is designed for the ESL students placed in the Intermediate Low, Intermediate High, and Advanced levels. Starts week of 9/8/2014, ends week of 11/24/2014; nc Nov 10 CRN DAYS PLACE ANAHEIM CAMPUS F/10a-12p AN/104 AN/108 Th/10:30a-12:30p M/5p-7:30p AN/ M/7:30p-10p AN/117 SCE CYPRESS CENTER F/1p-3p SCE/TE2-215 SCE WILSHIRE CENTER MW/8a-10:30a WIL/ TTh/10:30a-1p WIL/219 INTERMEDIATE VOCABULARY REVIEW ESLA/814 Students will review, expand, and retain vocabulary words and phrases organized by commonly used topics. Students will work on using approximately twenty-five practical target words per class in oral and written exercises. This course is designed for the ESL students placed in the Intermediate Low, Intermediate High, and Advanced levels. Dates: Sep 12-Nov 21 CRN DAYS PLACE F/8a-10a AN/104 ESL AND THE ARTS ESLA/804 This course builds students' reading comprehension, writing, and speaking skills in the context of thematic and aesthetic exploration of arts. Students will identify common artistic themes while comparing and contrasting a variety of aesthetic forms, styles, and periods. This interactive course includes visiting museums, watching performances, and listening to guest speakers. Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov 10 CRN DAYS PLACE MW/8a-10:30a AN/117 DRAMA FOR COMMUNICATION ESLA/805 This ESL course builds students' reading, speaking, and pronunciation skills in the context of theatrical performances. Students will examine human experiences and cultural norms through imagined roles and expand creative thinking. Students will learn history and terminology of the performing arts and build social skills and confidence necessary for public speaking. Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov 10 CRN DAYS PLACE MTWTh/10:30a-1p AN/119 WRITING/READING ESLA/810 This ESL course emphasizes reading comprehension skills while building vocabulary and critical thinking skills for students who are at an intermediate level or high. In addition, the writing component is designed to acquaint students with writing skills required to develop college- level writing techniques by focusing on prewriting, outlining, drafting, revising and editing. Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26 *Dates: Sep 8-Nov 21 CRN DAYS PLACE ANAHEIM CAMPUS TTh/10:30a-1p AN/ TTh/10:30a-1p AN/ * F/6p-9:30p AN/ F/6p-9:30p AN/106 SCE CYPRESS CENTER MTWTh/8a-10:30a SCE/TE F/8a-10:30a SCE/TE S/8a-10:30a SCE/TE F/10:30a-1p SCE/TE MW/12:30p-3p SCE/TE2-217 SCE 2014 SPRING Schedule Register Online at 9
10 English as a Second Language (esl) Program: esl Specialty Classes, ESL Off-Site Classes AMERICAN IDIOMS ESLA/809 Students will become familiar with common American English idioms, their meanings and uses and demonstrate the application of idioms to everyday situations. In addition, students will learn the skills of deducing the meaning of the new vocabulary from context and become more comfortable sharing their opinions and experiences while practicing the target idioms. Dates: Sep 12-Nov F/8a-10:30a SCE/TE2-201 Kepler CalWORKs Programs At Cypress College & Fullerton College Serving SCE, Cypress & Fullerton College Students Are you receiving public assistance (CalWORKs/GAIN)? Do you need help accessing County supportive services (e.g. child care, books and supplies, transportation)? Do you need assistance with completing County forms such as the Attendance Report and the Referral for Education and Training? If the answer is yes, then the CalWORKs program can assist you! CYPRESS COLLEGE CALWORKs Cypress College CC Complex, Room 201 * FULLERTON COLLEGE CALWORKs 315 N. Pomona, Fullerton * ESL Off-Site ESL-Off Classes Site ESL AND COMPUTERS ESLA/130 This course provides English language instruction through the medium of English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) computer programs. The primary focus is situated vocabulary development through the use of the Oxford Picture Dictionary program and supplementary software. Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov 10 CRN DAYS PLACE MTWTh/8:30a-12:30p Melrose Elementary FAMILY LITERACY ESLA/120 The course focuses on incorporating reading and literacy as a fundamental component of a healthy, well-functioning family. The family-oriented assignments integrate school and home. CRN DAYS PLACE ANAHEIM CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov MTWTh/8a-12p Betsy Ross Elem MTWTh/8:30a-11a Paul Revere Elem ANAHEIM HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov MTWTh/6p-9:30p South Junior High ANAHEIM SCHOOL DISTRICT MULTI TRACK Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov MTWTh/6p-9:30p Horace Mann Elem MTWTh/6p-9:30p Horace Mann Elem MTWTh/6p-9:30p Pondersoa Elem MTWTh/5p-8:30p Thomas Edison Elem CENTRALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov MTWTh/8:30a-11:30a Centralia Elementary LA HABRA SCHOOL DISTRICT Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov MTWTh/8:30a-11:30a Los Lomas Elementary MTWTh/9a-11:30a Las Positas School MTWTh/6p-9:30p Washington Middle MTWTh/6p-9:30p Washington Middle PLACENTIA YORBA LINDA SCHOOL DISTRICT Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov MTWTh/8:30a-12:30p Melrose Elem MTWTh/8:30a-12:30p Ruby Drive Elem MTWTh/8:30a-12:30p Ruby Drive Elem MTWTh/8:30a-12:30p Rio Vista Elem MTWTh/8:30a-12:30p Rio Vista Elem MTWTh/8:30a-12:30p Topaz Elem MTWTh/8:30a-12:30p Topaz Elem MTWTh/6p-9p Valencia High School ESL MULTILEVEL ESLA/110 The course focuses on preparing students to use English to achieve tasks within a variety of real-life situations such as a doctor's office or a department store. Students are instructed to be able to listen, speak, read, and write in English in context-specific environments. CRN DAYS PLACE FULLERTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov MTThF/8:30a-12:30p Pacific Drive Elem MAGNOLIA SCHOOL DISTRICT Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov MTWTh/6p-8:30p Jonas Salk Elem VARIOUS OFF-SITE LOCATIONS Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov MTWTh/8:30a-11:30a Anaheim Comm Ctr MTWTh/8:45a-10:30a Access Calif Services MTWTh/8:30a-11a Brea Comm Ctr F/1p-4p Church of the Resurrection MTWTh/8a-11a First Christian Ch Anah TTh/1p-4p Korean Com Services Buena Park MW/1p-4p Korean Com Serv GG MTWTh/9a-11:30a Ponderosa Park MTW/6p-9p Stanton Cult Arts Ctr MTWTh/9:30a-12p St Boniface Church MTWTh/7:30p-10p St Boniface Church TWThF/10:30a-1p W Anaheim Youth Ctr MTWTh/10:30a- 12:30p Access California Services MTWTh/8:30a-12p Orange Cty Reform 10 SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at
11 High Oldedxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx School Diploma Program High School Diploma Program HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA PROGRAM Steps STEPS to TO REgister REGISTER Adults Only 18 years and older Adults Only 18 years of age and older This program is in high demand. Therefore, entry into this program is limited; enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis. ORIENTATION, ASSESSMENT and REGISTRATION are REQUIRED steps to enter the program. NEW students MUST complete the following steps to enter the High School Diploma Program: STEP 1: OBTAIN OFFICIALLY-SEALED TRANSCRIPTS FROM ALL PREVIOUSLY ATTENDED HIGH SCHOOLS. Officially-sealed means that the envelope from the institution CANNOT be opened. Any opened transcripts WILL NOT be accepted. Bring officially-sealed transcripts to the Assessment Session you will be attending. STEP 2: APPLY FOR AN SCE BANNER ID NUMBER (FORMERLY CALLED USER ID OR STUDENT ID ) Apply online at or visit any SCE Center Admissions and Registration office. You will need a BANNER ID number before you can complete Steps 3 and 4. Do not wait until registration opens to apply for a BANNER ID as the process may take up to 48 hours before you receive your ID number. If you apply in person, you will receive your BANNER ID immediately. STEP 3: COMPLETE THE SCE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM ONLINE ORIENTATION. A. Visit mygateway at mg.nocccd.edu. Use your 8-digit BANNER ID and 6-digit PIN to log-in. B. In the top left corner of the screen, click on the Student tab. C. In the Student Links box, scroll down and select SCE High School Online Orientation. D. Follow the directions and complete all sections of the SCE High School Online Orientation and pass a series of short quizzes. NOTE: If you do not pass the High School Online Orientation and try to register, you will receive an error message, cohort restriction, and you will not be able to register for an Assessment Session. You can take the Online Orientation several times to successfully complete and pass. E. 24 hours after you successfully pass the SCE High School Online Orientation, you will be eligible to register for a scheduled Assessment Session. F. Although you have successfully passed the orientation, you will need to still register for the Assessment Session in order to enter the program. Proceed to Step 4. STEP 4: REGISTER FOR A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA PROGRAM ASSESSMENT SESSION. What is the Assessment Session? The skill of reading is most important for success in the SCE High School Diploma Program. At this approximately two-hour session, students will be assessed (or tested) on their current reading level and comprehension abilities. This reading test is a timed test and is offered in English only. A. Refer to the chart on page 12. Choose the SCE Center location where you will attend the Assessment Session: Anaheim Campus, Cypress Center or Wilshire Center. The Center where you do your Assessment Session is the Center you must attend to complete your high school diploma. B. Register during Registration Period 1, 2 or 3. Note when registration opens and closes. If the session fills, the session will close earlier than the end date. C. Choose the Assessment Session date and time you wish to attend. Make note of the CRN (Course Reference Number). You will use this CRN to complete your online registration. If the CRN is closed, choose another date/time you wish to attend and register for that corresponding CRN. D. When coming to your Assessment Session, make note of the date, time and Center location. Bring your officially-sealed transcripts, your BANNER ID number, and your schedule/bill showing that you are registered to your Assessment Session. For click-by-click instructions on how to register online for your Assessment Session, turn to page 13. For more information, call the High School Diploma Information Line at SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at 11
12 KIDS COLLEGE & TEEN PROGRAM: READING, WRITING, SPELLING, High xxxxxxxxxxxxx School Diploma Program High School Diploma Program HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA PROGRAM STEPS TO REGISTER-Assessment Sessions ANAHEIM CAMPUS 1830 W. Romneya Drive, Anaheim, CA (First Floor, Board Room) REGISTER FOR AN ASSESSMENT SESSION DURING THE REGISTRATION PERIOD: Registration Period #1 OPENS 7 a.m. on July 31, 2014 CLOSES 5 p.m. on Aug 21, 2014 Registration Period #2 OPENS 7 a.m. on Aug 28, 2014 CLOSES 5 p.m. on Sept 18, 2014 Registration Period #3 OPENS 7 a.m. on Sept 19, 2014 CLOSES 5 p.m. on Oct 2, 2014 DURING THE REGISTRATION PERIOD, FOLLOW THE ARROWS TO CHOOSE THE CORRESPONDING ASSESSMENT SESSION (CRN*, DAY AND TIME) YOU WANT TO ATTEND: Tuesday, August 26, a.m. - CRN OR 10:30 a.m. - CRN Tuesday, September 23, :30 a.m. - CRN OR Wednesday, September 24, p.m. - CRN Tuesday, October 7, a.m. - CRN OR 10:30 a.m. - CRN CYPRESS CENTER 9200 Valley View Street, Cypress, CA (Parking Lot 4, SCE Bldg, Room 118) REGISTER FOR AN ASSESSMENT SESSION DURING THE REGISTRATION PERIOD: Registration Period #1 OPENS 7 a.m. on July 31, 2014 CLOSES 5 p.m. on Aug 21, 2014 Registration Period #2 OPENS 7 a.m. on Aug 28, 2014 CLOSES 5 p.m. on Sept 18, 2014 Registration Period #3 OPENS 7 a.m. on Sept 19, 2014 CLOSES 5 p.m. on Oct 2, 2014 DURING THE REGISTRATION PERIOD, FOLLOW THE ARROWS TO CHOOSE THE CORRESPONDING ASSESSMENT SESSION (CRN*, DAY AND TIME) YOU WANT TO ATTEND: Thursday, August 28, a.m. - CRN OR 10:30 a.m. - CRN Thursday, September 25, a.m. - CRN OR 10:30 a.m. - CRN Thursday, October 9, a.m. - CRN OR 10:30 a.m. - CRN WILSHIRE CENTER 315 E. Wilshire Avenue, Fullerton, CA (Building 200, Room 215) REGISTER FOR AN ASSESSMENT SESSION DURING THE REGISTRATION PERIOD: Registration Period #1 OPENS 7 a.m. on July 31, 2014 CLOSES 5 p.m. on Aug 21, 2014 Registration Period #2 OPENS 7 a.m. on Aug 28, 2014 CLOSES 5 p.m. on Sept 18, 2014 Registration Period #3 OPENS 7 a.m. on Sept 19, 2014 CLOSES 5 p.m. on Oct 2, 2014 DURING THE REGISTRATION PERIOD, FOLLOW THE ARROWS TO CHOOSE THE CORRESPONDING ASSESSMENT SESSION (CRN*, DAY AND TIME) YOU WANT TO ATTEND: Friday, August 29, a.m. - CRN Friday, September 26, a.m. - CRN *CRN = COURSE REFERENCE NUMBER Friday, October 10, a.m. - CRN SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at
13 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKIDS COLLEGE & TEEN High Oldedxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx School PROGRAM: Diploma SPELLING, Program Click by Click Instructions for Registering Online for the High School Diploma Program Assessment Session STEP 4 (CONTINUED): REGISTER FOR A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA PROGRAM ASSESSMENT SESSION. Refer to page 12 for the grid listing the CRNs (Course Reference Numbers) for the Assessment Sessions and note the time periods when each Registration Period will open and close. Go to mg.nocccd.edu and log in by entering your 8-digit BANNER ID and 6-digit PIN numbers. Next, go to the Registration Tools box and select Add or Drop Classes. Select the term: School of Continuing Education / SCE Continuing Ed Fall 2014 and then click Submit. Answer the questions on the short survey and then click Submit. On the Registration page, scroll down to the Add Classes Worksheet section and, in the first box under the CRNs section, enter the 5-digit CRN for the Assessment Session you wish to attend (from page 12). Next, click Confirm Your Choices. To confirm, look under Status for Registered-Web. It should also list your selected Assessment Session CRN. Now, click Complete Registration. This will take you to the Account Summary and Pay Fees screen. Because there is no charge for the High School Diploma Program Assessment Session, it will say $0. Go to the upper left corner of screen and next click Back to Student Tab to take you back to the main menu. Under the Registration Tools box, select Print Schedule/Bill. This will provide you a copy of your account, detailing that you are registered for the Assessment Session. Under Print Schedule/Bill select the term you want to view and then click Submit. Click View Schedule/Bill; then right click on your mouse anywhere on the page and select Print. Bring this printed copy of the Schedule/Bill to the Assessment Session for a proof of your registration. Your registration for the Assessment Session is now complete. Log-out in the upper right corner of the screen. For additional help: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: View the Online Registration Tutorial and print a handy worksheet at Disclaimer: Although it states in the tutorial that you can use your Social Security Number (SSN), as of July 1, 2013, students will NO LONGER be able to use the SSN to access your account. If you need additional assistance, contact the SCE Helpline at or Helpline hours are 7 a.m. 5 p.m., Monday Friday. IMPORTANT FOR HIGH SCHOOL ASSESSMENT SESSIONS: Students must attend the Assessment Session that they register for in mygateway and CANNOT switch SCE Center locations, times, or dates. If a student shows up to an Assessment Session that they have not registered for, they will be turned away. Students should not show up to the Assessment Session if they are not registered to inquire about vacant seats. Students MUST complete the High School Diploma Program online orientation AND register themselves online for an Assessment Session. Staff cannot bypass the orientation requirement and register students at the registration offices. It is mandatory per SB1456 that students complete orientation and assessment and these activities must be documented in the student record in order to be in compliance. Students will NOT be admitted to an Assessment Session if they do not bring an officially-sealed transcript. Transcripts MUST be official and NOT OPENED; opened transcripts will not be accepted and the student will not be admitted to the Assessment Session and will have to re-register for the next available Assessment Session, which may not be until the next term. The exception to this would be if the student has not previously completed any high school course work. Foreign transcripts can be opened documents and staff will make copies for the evaluation process. Please arrive minutes before the Assessment Session; all testing will begin promptly at the scheduled time. Latecomers will NOT be admitted to the Assessment Sessions. Students arriving late will be directed to re-register for the next available Assessment Session, which may not be until the next term. HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA PROGRAM LOCATIONS & HOURS* Anaheim Campus #1: Rm 139 Monday Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. Monday Thursday: 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. SCE Cypress Center: Rm SCE/TE2-205 Monday Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. Monday Thursday: 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. SCE Wilshire Center: Rm 118 Monday Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. Monday Thursday: 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. *Days/hours subject to change. HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA PROGRAM STUDENT EXPECTATIONS: High School Diploma Program students are expected to attend their enrolled SCE Center s High School Lab regularly while making academic progress in their required diploma subject areas. FOR MORE INFORMATION: Call the High School Diploma Program information line at for additional information. Students can also visit and click Programs and then click High School Information for more information, including frequently asked questions, about the SCE High School Diploma Program. SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at 13
14 KIDS COLLEGE & TEEN PROGRAM: READING, WRITING, SPELLING, Ged xxxxxxxxxxxxx Preparation Program Learning Centers GED PREPARATION Program GED PREPARATION PROGRAM The GED Lab is only offered at the Wilshire Center s Learning Center. The GED Lab staff help students in preparing to pass the new 2014 GED online exam. Preparation includes math, science, social studies, and language arts as well as test taking skills such as keyboarding and calculator usage. The GED Lab staff assist students in creating their online profile at GED.com in order to sign-up for the official test at local centers. Practice tests will be administered to asses readiness for the official exam. The new 2014 GED is given one subject at a time. Each test costs $35. For more information on What is the GED and tips to help you decide if GED is your best option, go to and select Programs and then Basic Skills, GED & High School Diploma. 1. Apply for an SCE Student ID. 2. Attend the Wilshire Learning Center/GED Lab to prepare for the GED exam at the below days/hours GED PREPARATION LAB & HOURS* SCE Wilshire Center: 315 E. Wilshire Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92832, Rm 105 Monday Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. Monday Thursday: 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. For more information about the GED Lab, call SCE Sce LEARNING learning centers CENTERS ABOUT THE LEARNING CENTERS The Learning Centers are open-entry and funded by the state of California based on student seat time in the labs; enrollment is on -going. Students must clock in and out of the lab. Students receive assistance in gaining skills to attain academic and employment goals by working with faculty and tutors in small groups or one-on-one in a variety of subjects such as math, grammar, and reading. Computers are available for online instruction and assessment. All instructional materials, including text books, are provided at no cost to the students. These instructional materials are to remain in the labs as they are shared by all students on campus. With the budget cuts, programs are unable to purchase text books and other materials that are taken outside of the labs. If you require special accommodations for a verified disability, please contact our Disabled Student Programs and Services department at Self-paced lab style. Students work at their own pace to complete their educational goals. GED Preparation is only offered at Wilshire s Learning Center. *Days/hours subject to change. A Tutoring and Support Service for SCE Adult Students (18 and older) Individualized teaching * Flexible hours LEARNING CENTER LOCATIONS & HOURS* Set your own schedule during these hours: Anaheim Campus (Rm 140) M-Th: 8:30 a.m. 2:45 p.m. M-Th: 5 p.m. 8 p.m. SCE Cypress Center Rm SCE/TE2-209: M-Th: 8:30 a.m. 2:45 p.m. SCE-Cypress College Math Co-Lab Rm SCE/TE2-211: M-Th: 8:30 a.m. 4 p.m.* F: 8:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m.* W, Th: 5:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m.* *For Cypress College students referred to Math 10 and 15 only. SCE Wilshire Center, Fullerton (Rm 105) M-Th: 8:30 a.m. 2:45 p.m. M-Th: 5 p.m. 7 p.m. *Days/hours subject to change. NEW at the ANAHEIM CAMPUS LEARNING CENTER: Math Classes for Career Technical Education/Allied Health Students. Visit the lab for schedule. Support is available at the Anaheim Learning Center, including help with coursework and math. Visit the Anaheim Learning Center for details or for information and hours. 14 SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at
15 english & Communication : INcreasing Business Effectiveness XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKIDS COLLEGE & TEEN Oldedxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx PROGRAM: Career SPELLING, Planning English & Communication ENGLISH & COMMUNICATION For more information about the English & Communication classes, call the Lifeskills Education Advancement Program (LEAP) at NOVEL WRITING AND MEMOIRS CNED/250 A practical, hands-on course to help writers polish their manuscripts and learn skills necessary for publishing both novels and memoirs. Student manuscripts will be critiqued in detail. Students will receive lessons in plot, common mistakes, characterization, beginnings - plus query letters and synopses. Dates: Sep 10-Nov W/6:30p-9:30p AN/106 Wills $62 BRAILLE TRANSCRIBING: BASIC RULES ENCO/535 This class is designed for sighted and visually impaired persons to learn the basic skills of transcribing print into braille. Dates: Sep 10-Nov W/5:30p-8:30p Braille Institute Burkhardt SIGN LANGUAGE - SEE LEVEL 1 SIGN/001 This course gives an overview of the Signing Exact English (SEE) model of sign language. Students will explore the philosophy and rationale of the sign system while developing both expressive and receptive delivery skills. It is designed to introduce students to a 700 word working vocabulary and to prepare them to continue on to Sign Language - SEE Level 2/3. Dates: Sep 9-Nov T/6:30p- 9:30p SCECYP/107 Zawolkow $75 SIGN LANGUAGE - SEE LEVEL 2/3 SIGN/002 Students will acquire approximately 1,000 additional signs and will improve expressive and receptive fluency with both signs and fingerspelling. Students will continue to address the rationale and philosophy of using the English sign model: Signing Exact English. Dates: Sep 9-Oct T/6:30p-9:30p CC/HUM-325 Both $65 Increasing Business Effectiveness SPEAKING WITH CONFIDENCE ENCO/520 Many of us are required or asked to give presentations in class, at work, or at social events, yet we are too fearful or lack the knowledge to give a presentation effectively and confidently. By understanding the fear and by offering exercises in a safe and positive growth environment, the published author of "31 Tips to Becoming an Effective Presenter," will gently guide you through a proven series of steps to feel comfortable and confident when giving presentations, or otherwise speaking in public. You may even learn to enjoy giving presentations. Dates: Sep 18-Oct Th/7p-9p SCE/TE2-201 Adamo $50 BE AN EFFECTIVE PRESENTER AND SPEAKER ENCO/515 Are you giving presentations but you're not getting the results you expect? Learn from the published author of "31 Tips to Becoming an Effective Presenter." The author will guide you through a series of exercises, assignments and demonstrations to improve your effectiveness in giving presentations. You will learn how to use your voice; how to use proper and appropriate gestures; and what to do before, during and after your presentations, and much more. Dates: Oct 23-Nov Th/7p-9p SCE/TE2-201 Adamo $50 Career Planning CAREER PLANNING Educational planning services are available to students currently enrolled in: English as a Second Language (ESL), Citizenship, Disabled Student Programs, Parenting, High School Subjects, Basic Skills, Short-term Vocational classes and Certification Programs. If you have enrolled in one of these programs and would like to meet with a counselor regarding your educational plan, contact the Counseling Office nearest you: Anaheim Campus: Cypress Center: Wilshire Center: EDUCATIONAL INTERPRETING PRACTICUM SIGN/010 This course allows students to build educational interpreting skills for service to the elementary, middle, and high school settings. Dates: Sep 10-Oct W/5p-7:30p CC/HUM-311 Bodewig $65 SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at 15
16 KIDS COLLEGE & TEEN PROGRAM: READING, WRITING, SPELLING, xxxxxxxxxxxxx Business Skills BUSINESS SKILLS For more information about the Business Skills classes, please call NOTARY PUBLIC SEMINAR BMGR/670 State approved mandatory education for new and renewing notaries. Being a notary can mean a bigger income for you! Learn the notary laws and prepare for the State of California exam. Take a practice exam, receive your Certificate of Completion, and schedule and registration information for upcoming State exams. Bring ID and arrive early. Due to State regulations, no one will be admitted after 6 p.m. Dates: Oct 20-Oct MT/6p-10p AN/607 Reed $80 Sit for the California Notary Public State Exam The exam will be offered Wednesday, October 22, 2014 from 4 p.m. 6 p.m. Anaheim Campus, Room 105 Fee for exam: $40 For more information, including requirements and what to bring to the test, contact NOTARY LOAN SIGNING CERTIFICATION BMGR/680 Prerequisite: Successfully completed six hours of notary education or have notary commission. Become a certified notary loan signing agent. This course covers proper notarization of real estate documents and loan packages. It emphasizes the ethical and administrative role of the notary and the notary's sense of duty associated with being a loan document signing agent. Marketing and customer service are also covered. Dates: Oct 23-Oct Th/6p-10p AN/607 Reed $60 MACHINE SHORTHAND SPEED BUILDING 1 BUSN/490 This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dictation on the steno machine. Students will develop sufficient skills to take new material dictation at 160 words per minute (wpm) through 230 wpm for one minute at 98% accuracy. This class meets the state of California licensing requirements. Dates: Sep 8-Nov 17; nc Nov MTWTh/10a- 11a Business Skills CC/BUS-306 Nichols $100 MACHINE SHORTHAND SPEED BUILDING 2 BUSN/492 Advisory: Completion of Machine Shorthand Speed Building 1. This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dictation on the steno machine. The student will develop sufficient skills to take new material dictation at 160 words per minute (wpm) through 200 wpm for five minutes with 98% accuracy. This class meets the State of California licensing requirements. Dates: Sep 8-Nov 17; nc Nov MTWTh/9a- 10a CC/BUS-306 Nichols $100 Download the SCE mobile app for Android, Blackberry, iphone, ipod/ipad at Course schedule, maps, transit routes, contact lists, grades and more available through the app! *Registration is not available through this mobile app. MACHINE SHORTHAND SPEED BUILDING 3 BUSN/494 Advisory: Completion of Machine Shorthand Speed Building 2. This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dictation on the steno machine. The student will develop sufficient skills to take new material dictation at 180 wpm to 200 wpm for ten minutes with 98 percent accuracy. This course meets the requirements of the Court Reporter's Board and the National Court Reporter's Association for speed level on question and answer and trial testimony. Dates: Sep 8-Nov 17; nc Nov MTWTh/8a- 9a CC/BUS-306 Nichols $100 MACHINE SHORTHAND SPEED BUILDING 4 BUSN/496 Advisory: Completion of Machine Shorthand Speed Building 1, 2, or 3. This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dictation on the steno machine. The student will develop sufficient skills to take new material from 160 words per minute (wpm) to 220 wpm sustained dictation with 98% accuracy. This course meets the requirements of the Court Reporter's Board and the National Court Reporter's Association for speed level on question and answer and trial testimony. Dates: Sep 9-Nov TTh/6:30p- 8:30p CC/BUS-306 Staff $100 NEED ASSISTANCE WITH ONLINE REGISTRATION? Attend a FREE online registration workshop and learn the step-by-step process and helpful tips! See page 3 for dates and details. 16 SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at
17 Business skills: Project Management certificate Program XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKIDS COLLEGE & Financial TEEN Oldedxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx PROGRAM: Planning & SPELLING, investing Project Management Certificate Program For more information about the Project Management Certificate Program, please call Project Management careers include positions in diverse areas such as a aerospace, construction, computer and information systems, engineering, and health care. The Project Management Certificate Program focuses on developing the professional skills needed to lead teams and employees on projects. Coursework includes topics such as leadership in the project process, planning and control, risk management, and using MS Project Management software for scheduling and budgeting. Required courses include: Fundamentals of Project Management, Project Planning and Scheduling Techniques, Project Cost Management, Intro to Microsoft Project Professional 2010, and Team Building for Project Managers. The certificate can be completed in six months. Classes may also be taken individually. FUNDAMENTALS OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT BUSN/440 This class is designed for individuals interested in learning how to use project management techniques to lead teams and complete projects efficiently. You will learn the tools and techniques of project management including the product initiation stage. Dates: Sep 9-Sep TTh/6:30p- 9:30p AN/116 Paradiso $80 PROJECT PLANNING AND SCHEDULING TECHNIQUES BUSN/445 This course covers project management techniques to help individuals successfully execute projects on time and meet organizational and customer expectations. Topics include creating time estimates, assigning responsibilities for time management, and creating a management plan. Dates: Sep 25-Oct TTh/6:30p- 9:30p AN/116 Paradiso $80 PROJECT COST MANAGEMENT BUSN/450 This course covers simplified techniques to monitor and control the cost of a project. You will learn how proper cost management helps you complete a project on time and meet customer and organization expectations. Topics include cost estimation methods, forecasting methods, and identification of resources. Dates: Oct 14-Oct TTh/6:30p- 9:30p AN/116 Paradiso $80 TEAM BUILDING FOR PROJECT MANAGERS BUSN/455 This class covers the basic principles of team building, leadership techniques, and management techniques for project teams. Topics include motivating teams, building loyalty in teams, conflict resolution, and the responsibilities of a project leader. Learn how to lead successful project teams. Dates: Oct 29-Nov 12; nc Nov MW/6:30p- 10p AN/116 Gandhi $80 INTRO TO MICROSOFT PROJECT PROFESSIONAL COMP/814 This course is designed to teach you how to create, modify, update and implement project plans using Microsoft Project. You will learn the essentials for managing time, people, and budgets for projects large and small with Microsoft Project. Dates: Nov 13-Nov TTh/6p-10p AN/301 Gandhi $100 Financial FINANCIAL Planning PLANNING & Investing INVESTING For more information about the Financial Planning and Investing classes, call the Lifeskills Education Advancement Program (LEAP) office at RETIREMENT STRATEGIES: TAKING CONTROL IN A TURBULENT MARKET FINC/350 Have you lost your nest egg? Will you have enough money to maintain a secure, independent and enjoyable lifestyle? You need to regroup now! You will learn how to determine how much money you'll really need to retire, allocate to seek maximum return potential, find investments that work best for you and how to put a safety net under your nest egg ONE-DAY WORKSHOP: Sep T/6:30p-9p SCE/TE2-223 Robbins $ * T/6:30p-9p SCE/TE2-223 Robbins $40 *CRN is for couples registering together for a reduced rate. Only one set of materials provided per couple. ONE-DAY WORKSHOP: Oct T/6:30p-9p SCE/TE2-223 Robbins $ * T/6:30p-9p SCE/TE2-203 Robbins $40 *CRN is for couples registering together for a reduced rate. Only one set of materials provided per couple. ONE-DAY WORKSHOP: Nov T/6:30p-9p SCE/TE2-223 Robbins $ * T/6:30p-9p SCE/TE2-223 Robbins $40 *CRN is for couples registering together for a reduced rate. Only one set of materials provided per couple. SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at 17
18 KIDS COLLEGE & TEEN PROGRAM: READING, WRITING, SPELLING, xxxxxxxxxxxxx Financial Planning & investing Business Opportunities FINANCIAL PLANNING FOR COLLEGE FINC/380 NEW! The ideal time for parents to start planning to pay for college is before a child starts kindergarten. Whether your child starts college in ten years or starts in two years or fewer, this class give the tools on how to navigate the road to create successful college finances. Dates: Oct 7-Oct T/7p-9p AN/136 Payne $50 ANNUITIES: PUT A SAFETY NET UNDER YOUR RETIREMENT FINC/360 Discover how to use annuities to create a safety net for your portfolio. Don't be wiped out by a turbulent market again. Learn the pros and cons of annuities, if variable or fixed are right for you, the opportunities for tax deferred growth, guaranteed minimum return, the potential upside with Equity Indexed Annuities, and how to read the fine print. Dates: Oct 7-Oct 7 *Dates: Oct 7-Oct T/6:30p-9p SCE/TE2-223 Staff $ * T/6:30p-9p SCE/TE2-223 Staff $40 *CRN is for couples registering together for reduced rate. Only one set of materials provided per couple. RETIREMENT PLANNING TODAY FINC/338 Learn how to make your retirement comfortable and free of money worries through this information packed seminar. Learn about basic investment products and strategies which can maximize return, lower taxes and provide financial security. Topics: Retirement and Financial Planning, Tax Planning, Investments, Health, Life, Medicare and Long Term Care Insurance. Dates: Sep 11-Sep Th/6:30p- 9:30p WIL/201 Bowman $59 REJUVENATING YOUR RETIREMENT FINC/370 This course is for retired individuals to consider changes to their current retirement strategies. They will review their current retirement plans and make adjustments such as risk management, new investments and adjustments to their health care planning. Dates: Oct 16-Oct 23 *Starts week of 9/22/2014, ends week of 9/29/2014 Dates: Oct 21-Oct Th/9:30a- AN/136 Mosley $39 11:30a 50296* Th/9:30a- SCECYP Mosley $39 11:30a 50299* T/1p-3p SCECYP/118 Mosley $ T/1p-3p AN/136 Mosley $39 BUILDING BLOCKS OF INVESTING FINC/365 This course teaches the building blocks of investing. Students will learn about stocks, bonds and mutual funds. Students will also learn how to set appropriate individual financial goals. Dates: Oct 1-Oct W/9a-11a AN/136 Whittenbury $65 SOCIAL SECURITY SECRETS FINC/385 This informative workshop will help students understand what they need to know to maximize Social Security benefits. Topics will include elements of retirement income flow and lifespan income strategies. Dates: Sep 23-Sep 23 *Dates: Oct 23-Oct 23 Dates: Sep 18-Sep 18 Dates: Oct 14-Oct T/6p-8p AN/136 Mosley $ * Th/6p-8p SCE/TE2-223 Mosley $ Th/6p-8p AN/136 Mosley $ T/6p-8p SCE/TE2-223 Mosley $39 Business Opportunities BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES For more information about the Business Opportunities classes, please call HOW TO SELL ON EBAY BUSN/425 Everyone has lots of stuff in closets, drawers and garages. Some even pay for storage areas to hold this stuff. Why not make some money by selling your things on ebay? This class will show you how. We will discuss organization, categorization and writing posts. Dates: Nov 6-Nov 13 *Dates: Oct 22-Oct Th/6:30p- 8:30p 50242* W/6:30p- 8:30p AN/116 Greenspan $45 AN/108 Greenspan $45 SCE is on Facebook Like us at 18 SCE 2014 Fall Schedule Register Online at
19 Oldedxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Computers Computers COMPUTERS For more information about Computer classes, please call Students on the wait list should attend the first class session. GET AHEAD WITH COMPUTER SKILLS! SCE OFFERS: Quality instructors, state-of-the-art laboratories, convenient offerings, all of the latest software! SCE has been a leader in computer instruction for 20 years offering INTRODUCTORY through ADVANCED COURSES. Note: School of Continuing Education non-credit computer courses are not transferable and will not be recognized for credit by other institutions, including Fullerton College and Cypress College. These are noncredit computer classes and cannot be considered equivalent to or prerequisites for computer classes at a community college. For example, CCTR 100 is NOT equivalent to CIS 100. GRADING POLICY: Some SCE Computer courses are considered Career Development and College Preparation by SCE. Students will receive a grade of Pass, No Pass, or Withdrawal. All grades awarded will appear on the student transcript or permanent student record. Please refer to the GENERAL INFORMATION section in the back of this schedule for further information or visit for information regarding withdrawal dates specific to each course. Fundamental Computer Concepts and skills program FUNDAMENTAL COMPUTER CONCEPTS AND SKILLS PROGRAM For more information about the Fundamental Computer concepts and Skills Program, please call The Fundamental Computer Concepts and Skills Program will prepare students to work in an entry-level office environment performing tasks such as data entry, word processing, research utilizing the Internet, and basic computer operation suitable for working in a business environment. Students completing this program will have the basic computer skills to be successful in an entry-level or general office support position. Required courses include: Introduction to Computers, Introduction to MS Windows, Discover the Internet, MS Office Overview, and Business/Computer Skills Lab. office OFFICE application APPLICATION essentials ESSENTIALS Program For more information about the Office Application Essentials Program, please call This certificate will prepare students to work in an entry-level office environment performing tasks such as basic word processing, spreadsheet, database and other essential business software applications. Students completing this program would have the basic computer skills for an administrative support position. Required courses include: Introduction to Word, Introduction to Excel, Introduction to PowerPoint, Introduction to Publisher, Introduction to Access, and Business/Computer Skills Lab. = Classes that are eligible for CTE Online Registration on Tuesday, August 19, See pg 4 for details. BUSINESS/COMPUTER SKILLS LAB CCTR/100 Enjoy free, flexible scheduling for a variety of courses: Office Keyboarding, Data Entry, 10-Key, Typing/Keyboarding for Speed and Accuracy, Windows XP, MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint), Intro to Internet and World Wide Web, internet access and free ! Dates: Sep 8-Nov 26; nc Nov 8, Nov MTWTh/8a-9p F/8a-4p S/8:30a-2:30p AN/304 Staff TWTh/12p-6p WIL/214 Staff INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS COMP/100 Designed for those who know nothing or very little about computers. Builds computer technology understanding, makes one a better consumer of computers and products, and explores operation systems, software and hardware. Provides foundation for other SCE computer classes. Starts week of 9/8/2014, ends week of 11/17/2014; nc Nov 8 *Starts week of 9/8/2014, ends week of 11/24/2014; nc Nov S/8a-11:30a AN/312 Moreno-Herrera 50106* W/9a-12p AN/310 Kretschmar 50098* M/3:30p-6:30p AN/403 Kretschmar Th/6:30p-9:30p WIL/214 Ahmed BEGINNING KEYBOARDING COMP/685 Stop hunting and pecking at the keyboard with this short course. Learn the keyboard layout to build speed and accuracy. Course covers proper technique at the computer keyboard as well as 10-key keyboarding. Dates: Sep 13-Nov 22; nc Nov 8 *Starts week of 10/20/2014, ends week of 11/24/2014 Starts week of 9/8/2014, ends week of 10/13/2014 Dates: Oct 23-Nov S/10:45a-12:30p AN/403 Prey 50147* W/12:30p-3:30p AN/403 Kretschmar W/12:30p-3:30p AN/403 Kretschmar 50148* T/6p-9p AN/403 Casper Th/6p-9p AN/403 Casper T/6p-9p AN/403 Casper Th/6p-9p AN/403 Casper INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT WINDOWS MS/104 Advisory: Knowledge of Windows. Learn the newest Windows operating system; includes desktop and file management, security, adding hardware and software, personalizing Windows XP, making connections and communicating with other people. Starts week of 9/8/2014, ends week of 11/24/2014; nc Nov M/9a-12p AN/302 Yee T/12p-3p AN/302 Yee T/6p-9p AN/313 Sedrak = Classes that are eligible for CTE Online Registration on Tuesday, August 19,
20 KIDS COLLEGE & TEEN PROGRAM: READING, WRITING, SPELLING, Computers xxxxxxxxxxxxx DISCOVER THE INTERNET COMP/105 A hands-on overview of Internet concepts, Web browsing using Internet Explorer; , newsgroups, FTP, netiquette, security issues, research, and more. Hands-on including on-line browsing. Recommended proficiency in: Introduction to Computers or equivalent. Dates: Sep 9-Nov T/6:30p-9:30p WIL/214 Canas DIGITAL PHOTO ALBUMS FOR BEGINNERS COMP/121 Advisory: MS 104 Introduction to Windows Operating Systems and COMP 105 Discover the Internet. Learn how to import photos from various sources; organize and manage photos; perform basic editing functions of photos photos and share albums; create slide shows and video CDs; and create cards, calendars, albums, and a photo book. Textbook may be required. Starts week of 9/8/2014, ends week of 11/17/2014; nc Nov 8 *Dates: Sep 10-Nov S/8:30a-10:30a AN/302 Alvarado Th/9a-11a AN/302 Nelson 50081* W/9a-11a AN/313 Craft MS OFFICE - OVERVIEW MS/160 Advisory: Knowledge of Windows and keyboarding. Learn the basics of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access in one class. Topics include document formatting, working with graphics, basic formulas, queries and reports. This class serves as a foundation for other MS Office Courses. Starts week of 9/8/2014, ends week of 11/24/2014; nc Nov W/9a-12p AN/303 Ahmed M/9a-12p AN/301 Kretschmar M/6p-9p AN/312 Alvarado INTRODUCTION TO WORD MS/144 Advisory: Introduction to Computers, Introduction to Windows or equivalent. Provides a basic working knowledge of Word. Covers topics such as formatting with fonts, paragraph alignment, indents, margins, inserting clip art bullets and numbering, columns and tables. Starts week of 9/8/2014, ends week of 11/24/2014; nc Nov W/9a-12p AN/302 Garmon M/12p-3p AN/302 Yee W/6:30p-9:30p WIL/214 Canas NEED ASSISTANCE WITH ONLINE REGISTRATION? Attend a FREE online registration workshop and learn the step-by-step process and helpful tips! See page 3 for dates and details. 20 ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS COMP/119 Advisory: Knowledge of Windows. Utilize photo editing software to enhance graphic design capabilities. This class introduces tools used by professional designers in an easy to use, powerful, digital- image editing program. Textbook may be required. Starts wk of 9/8/2014, ends wk of 11/17/2014; nc Nov 8 *Dates: Sep 10-Nov S/10:30a-12:30p AN/302 Alvarado Th/1p-3p AN/302 Nelson 50082* W/5p-7p AN/302 Burger DIGITAL SCRAPBOOKING COMP/675 Advisory: Knowledge of Windows and Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. Scrapbooking is a 2.5 billion dollar industry in the United States. Computerized graphic design is dramatically transforming the industry. Digital scrapbooking skills are important for anyone working in the graphic design field. Learn the design essentials of professional digital scrapbooks, hardware and software requirements, and the creation of graphic elements. Dates: Sep 10-Nov W/1p-4p AN/313 Craft INTERMEDIATE WORD MS/134 Advisory: Introduction to Computers, Introduction to Windows, Introduction to Word or equivalent. This continuing course covers features such as mail merging, styles and templates, large documents and WordArt. Textbook purchase may be required at first class. Dates: Sep 8-Nov 24; nc Nov M/12:30p-3:30p AN/313 Grane M/6:30p-9:30p AN/302 Loayza INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL BASIC FOR APPLICATIONS (VBA FOR EXCEL) COMP/350 Advisory: MS 165 MS Excel - Power-User skills or Experience building Excel spreadsheet in response to data needs or externally delivered requirements. Learn how to create and edit Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code without using the macro recorder. Learn how to write VBA projects using subroutines and functions. Understand how to utilize VBA's methods and properties to perform Excel work in a fast and flexible manner. Dates: Sep 11-Nov Th/6p-9:30p AN/312 Fiske = Classes that are eligible for CTE Online Registration on Tuesday, August 19, 2014
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