1 FALL 2014 ALLIED HEALTH INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PERSONAL ENRICHMENT COMPUTER TRAINING ONLINE TRAINING CLAY COLLEGE CERAMIC ARTS STUDIO WORKFORCE TRAINING
2 Contents ALLIED HEALTH Pharmacy Technician... 2 Clinical Medical Assistant... 2 Multi-Skilled Technician... 2 Phlebotomy Technician... 3 Personal Fitness Trainer... 3 Certified Massage Therapist... 3 Medical Terminology & Billing... 3 Electronic Health Records Specialist... 4 Health Careers Online... 4 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT New Pathways, Alternate Route to Teaching... 5 Professional Human Resources Certification... 5 Substitute Teacher Training... 5 Para-Pro Test Prep... 5 High School Equivalency Test Prep INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES Certified Production Technician... 6 ServSafe Training... 6 CDL-B License... 7 CDL-A License... 7 School Bus Driver Training... 7 PERSONAL ENRICHMENT SAT-Prep course... 8 Date Night Series... 8 Cooking Classes Dog Training... 9 Fencing... 9 Digital Photography NY Bus Trip... 9 Vermont Ski Weekend Trip Creepy Halloween Makeup COMPUTER TRAINING Basic Computer Training Word and Excel Quickbooks ONLINE COURSES ARTS AT CLAY COLLEGE OUR OFFICE IS LOCATED AT: Paula J. Ring Education Center,, NJ. Our mailing address: Cumberland County College Workforce and Community Education, PO Box 1500, Vineland, NJ Fall and Winter Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Phone: (856) , Fax: (856) TBD (TO BE DETERMINED) When you register for a class, if a room has not yet been assigned, TBD will show as the location. We will contact registrants with that information as soon as it becomes available. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED We want your class experience to be excellent. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at (856) THE COLLEGE WILL BE CLOSED ON THE FOLLOWING DATES: October 13, Columbus Day; November 27-30, Thanksgiving December 24- January 4, 2015,Winter Holidays. For weather-related emergency closing information, check the college website: CCC Workforce & Community Education Fall 2014 Cumberland County College Workforce & Community Education A Note from the Director Hello and welcome to the Workforce and Community Education Department at Cumberland County College. We are happy to provide you with a wide variety of exciting opportunities, ranging from fun and personal enrichment to training for a new career. If you are looking for a fun day (or several of them), join us for our date night series, our cooking classes, pottery or a weekend in Vermont! If you are looking to enhance your current career and get ready for your next big raise, we offer a wide variety of Professional Development courses, in both person to person and online formats. Some of our professional development options include human resources training (SHRM), phlebotomy and EKG for the CMA, an Alternate Route to Teaching (for those who already have a Bachelor s Degree) and Spanish for the healthcare worker. There are many more, so please take a look! If you are looking for a new career, we have several excellent career programs to choose from. Many of them lead to a national credential so your training is portable wherever you go. If you are interested in healthcare, you can become certified as a Clinical Medical Assistant, Pharmacy Technician, Massage Therapist or Phlebotomist. If you are thinking about Commercial Driving, you can get your School Bus Driver license, a CDL-B with Haz Mat endorsement or a CDL-A. If you are trying to break into manufacturing, you can attend our Advanced Manufacturing course and become a Certified Production Technician. Our students are in high demand and employers call us regularly looking for new hires. By training with us, you can be assured of quality programming with highly skilled instructors and a dedication to customer service. The Workforce and Community Education Department is here to serve the needs of our community. We pride ourselves in being able to respond quickly to the needs of our customers - - you! If you have any questions about our programs, want to know if we can offer something you ve seen elsewhere, or want us to offer training for your employees, please do not hesitate to call us. We look forward to meeting you! Sincerely, Veronica Chainey Director of Continuing Education like us on facebook Follow us on STAFF Executive Director, Vicki Simek, (856) Director of Continuing Education, Veronica Chainey, (856) Grant Intake Coordinator, Yamira Velez, (856) Front Desk, J Nai Williams, (856) or Kevin Lusinski, (856) GED Coordinator, Patti Gilmore, (856) PC Coordinator, Cindy Phillips, (856) Cumberland County College Main Campus, 3322 College Drive, Vineland, NJ Paula J. Ring Education Center, 10 Buck St., Millville, NJ Luciano Conference Center, 3322 College Drive, Vineland, NJ Clay College, 108 N. High Street, Millville, NJ CCC Workforce & Community Education is not responsible for brochure text omissions or errors.
3 HOW TO REGISTER In Person at, NJ Over the phone at (856) On-Line: click on the registration link on our website at: PAYMENT OPTIONS All classes must be prepaid, or a FACTS payment contract begun, at the time of registration. All course fees are the same regardless of county of residence. The classes in this brochure are not eligible for financial aid. However, the college provides several payment options for students. SALLIE MAE CAREER TRAINING SMART LOAN This is a loan from Sallie Mae that you must apply for online. Once approved, bring your approval letter to our office and we ll register you. It s that easy. Go to the web site now and learn more: SPECIAL FUNDING FOR DISPLACED HOMEMAKERS! Cumberland County College has received a grant that provides services to displaced homemakers to assist them with transitioning into the workforce. See full description on page 5. GI Bill Students who have served in the military and have saved through the GI Bill can apply those funds to non-credit training. In some cases, spouses may also be eligible. PAY AS YOU GO WITH FACTS We are pleased to announce that we offer convenient and affordable financing through FACTS Management Services for our students at a nominal fee. Only classes which cost at least $ are eligible for this program. This service enables you to make monthly installment payments while in school. Terms vary by course. Call to learn more about how this program can help you get the education you want: (856) Free Information Sessions Join us for a free information session and learn how we can help you achieve your career goals. Meet instructors, discuss program requirements, learn more about the enrollment process and discuss financial assistance options that can make your career change more affordable. Call (856) to reserve your seat today! All information sessions are located at unless otherwise noted. All Healthcare Careers Learn about all of the many types of Healthcare Career pathways available at Cumberland County College, both credit and non-credit options. The All Healthcare Careers information session will be held at The Luciano Conference Center on the Cumberland County College s main campus. September :00 p.m. October :00 a.m. November :00 p.m. December 8...1:00 p.m. Certified Personal Trainer Find out what you need to know to take the next step and become a personal trainer. You ll meet the instructor and learn more detail regarding the course that could change your life! September :00 p.m. October :00 p.m. November :00 p.m. December :00 p.m. Certified Massage Therapist Learn about the world of massage therapy from our Certified Massage Therapy instructor and hear how massage is changing traditional medicine as we know it. September 9...5:00 p.m. November :00 p.m. December 9...5:00 p.m. Certified Phlebotomy Technician An in-demand career that you can achieve in less than a year! Find out more. September 9...3:30 p.m. Clinical Medical Assistant with Multiple Skills Certification Make the change now to a career in healthcare. You ll be glad that you did. August :30 p.m. September 9...4:30 p.m. Certified Pharmacy Technician Many openings locally for this job! August :30 p.m. September 9...5:30.p.m. New Pathways to Teaching Learn how you can turn your bachelor s degree into a teaching career. August :30 p.m. September :00 p.m. Advanced Manufacturing Is manufacturing the right career move for you? At this information session, you will learn about the many career opportunities in manufacturing and hear the success stories of former students. September :00-12:00 noon September :00-5:00 p.m. October :00-12:00 noon October :00-5:00 p.m. ALL CLASSES MUST BE PREPAID AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION UNLESS OTHER ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE. ON-LINE REGISTRATION SYSTEM For your convenience, you can pay for most classes online with a credit card or check. Click on the Registration link at our website: REFUND POLICY Professional Development and Certificate Training Students will receive a 100% refund up to the first day of class. From day 1 up to 25% of the total number of classes held, students will receive a 50% refund of the entire course amount for the class. No refunds will be issued beyond this period. All other courses will be issued a full refund if a course is dropped five business days prior to the first day of class, less the cost of a $10 processing fee. CLASS CANCELLATION The Workforce and Community Education department reserves the right to cancel a course entirely or to change the time, location or instructor. In the event a course is changed, students will be notified. Notification of course change or cancellation will be made by phone call or . Visit our website at: 1
4 Allied Health Institute The Allied Health Institute offers a variety of healthcare training programs which lead to a national credential. HEALTHCARE CAREERS According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a substantial portion of the 30 fastest growing jobs are directly related to the healthcare field. Many of those jobs do not require a four year degree and can be found in our classes below. There are lots of different opportunities in healthcare something for everyone. You can work in physician offices, labs, nursing homes or directly with patients in hospitals, homes, or clinics. Think of the job opportunities that are out there. Those opportunities can start right here. Certified Pharmacy Technician Employment of Pharmacy Technicians is expected to increase by 20 percent over the next decade, which is much faster than the average for all occupations. Pharmacy Technicians interact with patients, co-workers, and health care professionals in a fast paced setting. You will assist the Pharmacist in packaging or mixing prescriptions, maintain client records, refer clients for counseling, assist with inventory control and purchasing, as well as collect payment and coordinate billing. Pharmacy technicians can find work in many areas including retail or mail-order pharmacies, to hospitals, clinics, and rehabilitation sites. This 312-hour program combines 192 hours of classroom instruction with a 120-hour pharmacy externship + to provide you with a complete learning experience. Upon successful completion of this program you will receive a certificate of completion and prepare to take the national Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB)* exam. Thursdays, Oct. 16, June 25, :30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. $3,899 Clinical Medical Assistant (CMA) with Multiple Skills Certifications Clinical Medical Assistants work in a physician s office or clinic and help the doctor carry out procedures, care for patients, perform basic lab tests and administer medications. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that demand for Medical Assistants will grow far above average at 30% over the next 8 years. Increasing utilization of clinical medical assistants in the rapidlygrowing healthcare industry will result in fast employment growth for this occupation. This course combines 22 weeks of classroom instruction in medical assisting, electrocardiography (EKG), phlebotomy and medical coding. In addition, an 80 hour externship + will round out the program and provide a complete learning experience. Upon successful completion of this course, students will receive a certificate of completion as having met the training requirements of the Clinical Medical Assistant. Graduates will take all three of the NHA national certification examinations*: CMA, EKG and Phlebotomy. Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays Clinical Medical Assistant Classes Sept. 20, March 14, :30-7:30 p.m. Monday AND 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Saturday Multi-Skilled Technician Classes March 18 - August 19, :30-7:30 p.m. Wednesdays All classes held at 10 Buck Street, Millville $3,999 Certified Multi-Skilled Technician for Certified Medical Assistants Increase your Employment Potential! Gain new skills! If you are a graduate of Cumberland County College s CMA program, you are eligible to take the Phlebotomy and EKG certification course to become a Multi-skilled technician. This pricing does not include the cost of exams* or textbooks. Students must purchase both. Call our office for current ISBN information. Phlebotomy & EKG Wednesdays, 4:30-7:30 p.m. March 18 - August 19, 2015 $399 Application Procedure for Allied Health Certification Programs The Certified Pharmacy Technician, Clinical Medical Assistant, Certified Phlebotomy Technician, Personal Fitness Trainer and Certified Massage Therapist programs all prepare you for a national credential and share some important admissions and financial criteria. Prospective students must apply to these programs, and a limited number of students will be selected. Eligible applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent, pass a basic skills math and reading test, and clear both a background check and drug screen. A $75 non-refundable registration fee is due when the application is tendered. Payment must be made in full prior to the start of class unless student is enrolled in the FACTS payment plan. The tuition for these programs include: externship placement+, national certification exam, CPR for healthcare workers and a certificate of completion. Students are responsible for purchasing the books for this program; call for book titles and ISBN information. Please note that the fees for the Multi-Skilled Technician add-on package for current CMA s does not include the certification exam cost. For more information or to receive an application, contact us at (856) * Cumberland County College does not guarantee that students who take this course will pass the national certification exam. + Only students who complete classroom work with an acceptable GPA will be eligible for externship placement. Students must make arrangements to be available for a three week, full day, externship placement. 2 CCC Workforce & Community Education Fall 2014
5 For Application Procedure for Allied Health Certification Programs see blue box on page 3. Certified Phlebotomy Technician The Phlebotomy Technician program is designed for those interested in employment in a clinical laboratory or public health department. The course combines 60 hours of classroom instruction with 100 hours of clinical instruction including an off site externship to provide a comprehensive learning experience. Lectures include, but are not limited to, theory, anatomy and physiology pertaining to the circulatory system, specimen collection, risk factors and complications, customer service, safety and quality assurance in specimen collection. Practical instruction provides hands-on training in venipuncture techniques with procedures which are verified through a skills check-off system. Externship + includes 100 successful venipuncture and skin punctures. Upon completion of the program, students will sit for the NHA national certification exam*. Tuesdays and Thursdays October 9 - December 23 6:30-9:30 p.m. $3799 Personal Fitness Trainer If you re a fitness enthusiast who wants to share your passion for health, consider becoming a personal fitness trainer. Personal trainers need to have a multitude of skills. You should be analytical, patient, nurturing, persistent, organized, an effective motivator and, most importantly, a good listener. You should love working with different kinds of people and be a self-motivator. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, jobs for Certified Personal Trainers will increase by 13% in the next decade. It s the perfect time to explore this growing field and there s no better way than with our Personal Trainer program. Students who take this course will be prepared to take a national credentialing exam. Day and Evening Classes available, depending upon demand. Please call $979 Certified Massage Therapist Do you have a nurturing personality and a passion for natural medicine? Consider a career in massage therapy. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the field of massage therapy will grow by 23 percent between 2012 and This short-term career certificate program is recognized by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and the state of New Jersey. Licensed massage therapists work in a variety of settings including salons and spas, offices of physicians and chiropractors, fitness and recreational sports centers, and hotels and resorts. The curriculum consists of 520 hours of training, including lecture and clinical experience. All clinical work is conducted in our state-of-the-art classroom. Following completion of the initial training program, graduates are expected to take the national certification exam* for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. Modules are independent and students can enter the program at the beginning of any module module start dates: September 25, 2014; January 5, 2015 April 2, 2015; July 1, 2015 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 5:30-9:30 p.m. $3,999 Student Massage Clinic at the Paula J. Ring Education Center, NJ Monday evenings when available 5:45, 7:00 or 8:15 pm 60 Minute Swedish Massage - $ Minute Chair Massage - $15.00 Available by appointment only. No walk-ins please. Please call to book your massage today! * Cumberland County College does not guarantee that students who take this course will pass the national certification exam. + Only students who complete classroom work with an acceptable GPA will be eligible for externship placement. Students must make arrangements to be available for a three week, full day, externship placement. Medical Terminology This introductory course covers every day words of anatomy, physiology, and pathology used in various fields of medicine. Abbreviations, prefixes, suffixes, and word-building exercises will be presented to provide you with the entry-level knowledge needed to advance into the medical field. Terms relating to diseases, disorders, diagnostic and surgical procedures of the organ systems of the body will also be covered. This is a valuable class for anyone who would like to work in physicians offices, hospitals, clinics, insurance and pharmaceutical firms. A medical background is not required prior to enrolling. This class is a prerequisite for Medical Coding, especially for those with no medical or healthcare background. Mondays September 15 - October 27 $299 Medical Billing Are you looking for a career in the healthcare industry? With the expanding healthcare system, medical billers are in high demand. This course is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge necessary to successfully perform multifaceted functions in a doctor s office. Knowledge of various insurance providers is emphasized along with basic techniques in billing. You will learn about various collection methods and how to handle patients questions about their health-care plans and claims. This course covers current billing procedures and its relation to coding protocols. Books must be purchased by the student; call office for book titles and ISBN. Wednesdays October 15 - December 3 $599 Jump start your new career as an allied health office worker! Take both Medical Term and Medical Billing for $798 and save $100! Visit our website at: ALLIED HEALTH INSTITUTE 3
6 Allied Health Institute continued Electronic Health Records Systems Specialist (Online) With the move to electronic medical records and other computer-based health information systems, medical offices and healthcare agencies are in need of administrative professionals who can navigate these complex systems. This course will prepare students to become Certified Electronic Health Records Specialists and join the growing ranks of this new allied health field. This course will provide a comprehensive education in all aspects of electronic health records, including implementing electronic systems, managing systems, troubleshooting, entering and retrieving patient information, maintaining patient confidentiality, and other topics associated with electronic health records and computer-based health information systems. Through a variety of learning activities, including practice in a simulated electronic records system, students will learn the skills necessary to become an Electronic Health Specialist. Start date: Flexible $1999 To register, go to workforce and click on the link for EHR. NJ WORKFORCE CONSORTIUM BASIC SKILLS TRAINING Attention Employers in Cumberland County! The NJBIA, with 22,000 member companies statewide, is the country s largest state business advocacy organization. Since its inception, over 1,300 classes have been delivered with an enrollment exceeding 15,000 employees from 1,000 New Jersey businesses and organizations. Any New Jersey company or organization, regardless of size, is eligible for this program at no cost. For more information call Cindy Phillips at (856) to schedule a class. 4 CCC Workforce & Community Education Fall 2014 Health Careers Online Online Certificate Training courses Enroll Today! Follow the link on our website for Ed2Go. Comprehensive Online Courses with Assignments and Final Exams Earn Continuing Education Units Online Certificate of Completion Awarded with a Passing Score Monthly classes that run for six weeks Can t get to campus? Consider allied health courses that you can take on your own time from the comfort and convenience of your home or office. You ll get continuous classroom access, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Each course is carefully designed to be hands-on and effective enabling professionals to rapidly acquire crucial new skills. We re sure you ll find our selection of affordable, instructor-facilitated online courses truly exceptional. Certificate in Complementary and Alternative Medicine $199 Enhance your professional marketability by gaining a broad understanding of alternative healthcare options. Certificate in Gerontology $189 Earn a certificate proving you have the skills required to meet the healthcare needs of a rapidly aging population. Certificate in Issues in Oxygenation $189 Explore a holistic approach to the care of patients with disorders of oxygenation. Certificate in End of Life Care $189 Earn a certificate proving you understand the needs of individuals living with debilitating, chronic or terminal illnesses. Certificate in Legal and Ethical Issues in Nursing $149 Examine key legal and ethical issues to improve your practice and improve patient care. Certificate in Growth and Development through the Lifespan $199 Gain new insights in human development and be better prepared to care for patients of all ages. Certificate in Spirituality, Health and Healing $149 Enhance your professional marketability by recognizing the impact spiritual values and beliefs have on health and healing. Certificate in Pain Assessment and Management $149 Increase accuracy of pain assessment skills and become more effective in pain management. You may need professional development skills to find a new job or to keep the one you have. SPECIAL FUNDING FOR DISPLACED HOMEMAKERS! A displaced homemaker is defined as an individual who has worked in the home for a number of years and through death, disablement or divorce of a spouse, finds themselves as the primary source of household income for her/himself and/or her/his children. Cumberland County College has received a grant that provides services to displaced homemakers to assist them in transitioning back into the workplace. Call us to find out what services are available for which you may qualify. Call and ask for Yamira Velez, our intake coordinator. HEALTHCARE PROGRAM REFUND POLICY Students will receive a 100% refund up to the first day of class. From Day 1 up to 25% of the total number of classes held, students will receive a 50% refund of the entire course amount of the class. No refunds will be issued beyond this period.
7 Professional Development encompasses all types of facilitated learning opportunities, ranging from college degrees to formal coursework; conferences and informal learning opportunities. In this section you will find opportunities to improve your current skills to further develop your career. Teacher Certification New Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey (NPTNJ) This Alternate Route program provides a pathway for individuals who already earned a bachelor s degree with a GPA of at least 2.75 to become licensed teachers without having to complete a traditional teacher training program. New Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey (NPTNJ) offers coursework using a curriculum created jointly by New Jersey City University and the New Jersey community colleges. Classes may be taken as noncredit or for graduate credit through New Jersey City University. The program includes the following: Introduction to Teaching is a 24-hour pre-service component that introduces the student to the teaching profession and allows the student to complete the requirements to obtain a Certificate of Eligibility (CE). Stage I incorporates classroom management techniques, lesson planning and on-site classroom observations. It may be taken for 4 graduate credits. Stage II provides coursework essential for the development of excellent teachers. The course may be taken for 11 graduate credits. Introduction to Teaching This four week course provides a snapshot of teaching and offers candidates an understanding of teaching as a profession. Course content focuses on classroom management, assessment, lesson planning, literacy, technology, and the process of applying for a certificate of eligibility (CE). In order to get an authentic look at classrooms today, one of the requirements of the course is a fourhour classroom observation. You must have a CE in order to enroll in Stage I. Thursdays, September 25 - October 23 6:00-10:00 p.m., NJ $199 Stage I Stage I is a 60-hour course introducing students to the world of teaching. Fifteen of the 60 hours are spent observing a K-12 classroom. Students must have a CE in order to enroll in Stage I. Tuesdays, October 7 - December 16 5:00-9:00 p.m., NJ $1,300 - non-credit $3,143 - credit (4 graduate credits) Stage II Stage II is the final piece of the puzzle and can only be attended once the student has received a full time teaching job or a long term substitute assignment. Stage II students meet weekly and work together as a cohort to explore the text materials, complete projects and share their observations and experiences. Thursdays, October 9, June 11, 2015, NJ 5:00-9:00 p.m. $2,400 - non credit $6,286 - credit (11 graduates credits) SHRM PHR /SPHR Certification Preparation This program is designed to prepare students for the Professional Human Resources (PHR ) and Senior Professional Human Resources (SPHR ) examinations. Using the SHRM Learning System which is included in the cost of tuition, participants review the six functional areas, responsibilities and associated knowledge as defined by the HR Certification Institute. Besides being an effective way to prepare for the PHR and SPHR certification exams, the SHRM Learning System also provides professional development for you and your HR Department with content that is updated with the latest HR policies and legislation. The course provides a solid foundation for managing the HR challenges you face in today s demanding work environment; it supplies a current reference of HR practices, broadens the perspective of functional specialists, and strengthens individual competencies and productivity. By enrolling in this course, you will benefit from: Experienced instructors and interaction with peers A dynamic classroom environment that enhances learning Classroom expectations and assignments that help you to stay on track Access to SHRM Learning System Online Resource Center Tuesdays, September 23 - December 16 6:00-9:00p.m. 10 Buck Street Millville NJ SHRM Member: $1049 Non-Member: $1099 Substitute Teacher Training Seminar Our one-day training seminar prepares substitute teachers, as well as offers a refresher in-service program for substitute teachers currently employed by local school districts. Students must have 60 college credits in order to apply to become substitute teachers. The program covers professionalism in and out of the classroom, classroom management, professional interactive relationships, instructional techniques and lesson plans, gaining and sustaining appropriate rapport with students, and the application and certification process. Saturday, October 25 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., NJ $99 ParaPro Test Prep The Para Pro assessment test allows practicing paraprofessionals who need to fulfill state mandates and those entering the profession to demonstrate their knowledge in reading, mathematics and writing as well as their ability to assist students in these areas. This one-day seminar will not only prepare you but give you the confidence you will need to successfully take this test. Saturday, December 13 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., NJ $60 Visit our website at: ALLIED HEALTH INSTITUTE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 5