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2 NEW & EXCITING COURSES ADDED THIS SPRING To register, call: (201) BERGEN GOES GREEN Introduction to Biofuels Page 6 In-Field Microbial Analysis of Soil Workshop Page 6 Water in the 21 st Century Page 6 BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY Introduction to Weebly Page 17 Google AdWords I Page 17 Google AdWords Advanced Page 18 New Client Business Clinic Page 21 Customer Centerd Sales: Less Talk, More Sales Page 21 COMPUTER TRAINING Advanced Design Series Courses Page Word Press PhotoShop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign HTML5 CSS3 Adobe Premiere Adobe After Effects GREEN CONSTRUCTION Advance Construction Estimating Page 34 Project Management for Construction Superintendents Page 34 HEALTH PROFESSIONS Home Health Aide Skills Testing Page 44 LANGUAGES German II Page 57 MAKERSPACE DIY Deck Building Basics Parts II & III Page 61 PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT Positive Well-Being Page 65 Certificate in Yoga Studies Page 65 Spiritual Well-Being Page 65 Holistic Elder Care Page 65 Coping with Cancer Page 65 Holistic Journey to Wellness Page 65 FAST AND SIMPLE REGISTRATION! For your convenience, online registration is available! Please see page 4 for details. CAREER & INFORMATIONAL SESSIONS The Division of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training invites you to attend the following events. Please call our Program Supervisors to reserve your seat. Fashion Design Open House Saturday, January 24, 2015; 10:00 a.m. at the Main Pitkin Building, A-113 Program Supervisor, Ria Bloss: (201) (See page 39 for program information) Interior Design Information Session Tuesday, January 20, 2015; 6:30 p.m. at the Technology Education Center, TEC-119 Program Supervisor, Ria Bloss: (201) (See page 52 for program information) New Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey (NPTNJ) Information Session Wednesday, March 4, 2015; 6:00 p.m. at the Technology Education Center, (TEC Bldg.) Program Supervisor, Regina Imperato: (201) (See page 72 for program information) A Health Professions grant is available for individuals who meet eligibility requirements to enroll in: Home Health Aide Certification Program Electrocardiography (ECG/EKG) Technician Certification Program Certified Nursing Assistant Training Course CNA Patient Care Technician (PCT) Phlebotomy Technician Certification Program Certificate in Pharmacy Technician After meeting the eligibility requirements, those not selected through the lottery will not be able to participate in HPOG, but will be able to enroll in any other services or programs for which they are eligible. For more information about the programs listed above, please or call (201) This activity/program has been partially funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families through the Northern New Jersey Health Professions Consortium (Grant Number 90FX0001). This document was supported by Grant Number 90FX0001 from the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS. To register, call: (201) SPRING

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Emergency Closings...4 How to Register & General Information Bergen Goes Green Sustainability Concepts...6 Introduction to Biofuels...6 In-Field Microbial Analysis of Soil Workshop...6 Water in the 21st Century...6 Improving Indoor Air Quality...6 Understanding Energy & Economics...7 Photovoltaic System Design and Installation...7 Introduction to Bldg. Science & Sustainable High Performance Bldg. Design...7 Introduction to Modular Construction...7 Ten-hour OSHA Construction Industry Safety Certification...7 Waste Management & Reduction...7 LEED Green Associate: Exam Prep...7 Green Advantage Test Prep...7 Sustainability Institute Business and Industry Customized Corporate Training...13 Business and Career Tools Improving Your Business Writing Skills-Tips & Techniques...14 Leading Effective Organizations...14 Conflict Management and Negotiation...14 Product Development Strategies That Win Ways to Earn Residual Income...14 Business Proposals That Win...14 Finding Your True Voice, Naturally...14 Negotiating Mutually Successful Outcomes...14 Personal Branding- How to Speak About Yourself so Others Listen...15 How to Build a Fun and Profitable Home-Based Business!...15 Techniques for Managing Highly Technical Teams...15 The Art of Leadership...15 Exploring Your Leadership Potential...15 Long-Term Care: The Basics...15 Government Contract Workshop...15 Marketing Certificate in Marketing...16 Certificate in Social Media for Business Certificate in Project Management...19 Project Management Certification Exam Preparation...19 Certificate in Entrepreneurship...20 Small Business The New Business Start-Up with Q & A...21 Business Formation...21 Financing a Small Business...21 Building a Consulting Business...21 New Client Business Clinic...21 Small Business Development Center...21 Customer Centered Sales: Less Talk, More Sales...21 Computer Training AutoCAD 2015-Level I and II D AutoCAD Revit Architecture Essentials...23 Revit Architecture Intermediate...23 CISCO CCNA CISCO Part I, II, III, IV...23 Advanced Design Series: Take the next step Certificate in WordPress...24 Certificate in Interactive Graphic Design...25 Certificate in Web Design...25 Certificate in Web Development...26 Certificate in Web Design & Development...27 Certificate in MS Office + QuickBooks Certificate in Microsoft in the Workplace...27 MS in the Workplace, Parts I, II, III...27 Certificate in QuickBooks Pro...28 Programs for Beginners Keyboarding Fundamentals...28 Microsoft Office 2010 Courses Word 2010 Level 1 & Excel 2010 Level 1 & Excel 2010 Charting/Graphs...29 Excel 2010 Database...29 Excel 2010 Pivot Tables...29 Excel 2010 Macros...29 PowerPoint Access Online Ed2go Courses Computer Courses Writing Courses...30 Test Prep Courses...30 Construction Courses Sub-Code Official...32 Construction Official...32 Building Inspector RCS Building Inspector ICS...32 Building Inspector HHS...32 Plumbing Inspector ICS...32 Plumbing Inspector HHS...32 Electrical Inspector HHS...32 Electrical Inspector ICS...32 Fire Protection Inspector ICS...32 Fire Protection Inspector HHS...32 Elevator Inspector HHS...33 Technical Assistant Certification Program...33 Certificate in Green Construction Mgt. Professional Certificate in Electronic Technology...36 Culinary Arts Certificate in Professional Cooking...37 Women s Wellness Workshop Lunch & Learn Parts I & II...38 Fashion Design Courses Draping...39 Pattern Making...39 Sketching...39 Designing Modern Children s Wear...39 Accessories...39 Sewing Essentials and Techniques...39 Textile Science and Color Specification...40 The World of Fashion...40 The History of Fashion...40 The Role of the Fashion Designer...40 Certificate in Green Construction Management Professional Program Health Professions Accelerated Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA)...44 Home Health Aide Skills Testing...44 Certified Nursing Assistant Training...44 CNA Recertification Testing...44 Certified Patient Care Technician (CPCT)...45 Phlebotomy Technician Cert Program...45 Patient Care Technician Adv Patient Care Skills...45 Pharmacy Technician Certificate Prog Medical Terminology for Health Professions...46 Drug Dose & Calculations for Health Professions...46 Pharmacy Technician Core Course...46 Central Sterile Supply Technician Certification Course...46 Telemetry Monitoring Course Healthcare Billing & Coding Certification Program...47 To register, call: (201) SPRING

4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Medical Terminology for Health Professions...47 Medical Billing & Insurance...47 ICD-9 and ICD CPT Coding...47 Hospital Coding Course...47 Software Application Using Medisoft...47 Professional Coding Examination Review Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor (CADC) Prog BLS for Healthcare Providers...48 RN Refresher Course: Online...49 Adult IV Therapy & Phlebotomy Skills for Nurses: Online...49 Cardiac Rhythm Interpretation Course...49 Certificate in Hospitality & Meeting Management...50 Certificate in Human Resources Management Development...51 Interior Design Courses History of Decorative Arts...52 Interior Lighting...52 Basic Drafting...52 Interior Materials, Finishes & Sources...52 Principles of Interior Design...52 Visual Concepts...53 Business Procedures for the Interior Designer...53 Color for Interior...53 AutoCAD-Architectural Kids and Teens Preparation for SAT s Verbal, Math & Written Essay...54 Aviation: Reach for the Sky...54 Languages American Language Courses TOEFL...55 Accent Reduction/Pronunciation of American English...55 Business Communications When English is a Second Language & II Advanced Managerial Communication Program...55 Communicating in Everyday English...55 Accent Reduction II...56 Foreign Language Courses Korean I, II...56 Korean Culture and Economic Development...56 Japanese for Beginners Level I & II...56 English Pronunciation I for Native Japanese Speakers All Levels...56 Chinese (Mandarin) for Beginners Level I & II...57 German II...57 Colloquial Spanish (I)...57 Habla Español: Converational Spanish (II)...57 Spanish III...57 Spanish for Bus & Personal Improvement (IV)...57 Italian I, II, III, IV Sign Language Courses Sign Language I, II, III...58 Makerspace Nonprofit Leadership Institute Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership...63 Personal Development The Arts Caricatures...64 Introduction to Calligraphy...64 Intermediate Calligraphy...64 Impressionist Painting...64 The Lost Art of Giftwrapping...64 Intermediate Watercolor...64 Watercolor for Beginners...65 Health, Wellness and Healing Positive Well-being...65 Certificate in Yoga Studies...65 Spiritual Well-Being...65 Holistic Elder Care...65 Coping with Cancer - A Holistic Approach...65 Holistic Journey to Wellness...65 Pet Care Parenting Your Pet: Basic Pet Care for Every Stage of Life...66 Pet First Aid...66 Writing Travel Writing in the 21st Century...66 Security Officers Training Security Officers Registration Act (SORA)...66 Security Officers Recertification...66 Animal Control Officer Training Animal Cruelty Investigator Training (ACI)...66 Animal Control Officer Training (ACO)...66 Pest Control/Applicators Pesticide Safety I and II...67 Cockroaches...67 Rodents...67 Termites...67 Carpenter Ants...67 Bed Bug Basics...67 Property Mgt. Education Overview of Residential Property Management...68 Community Relations...68 Exterior & Grounds Maintenance...68 Managing Special Facilities...69 Managing People to Manage Communities...69 The Complete Community Manager: Putting It All Together...69 Quality Assurance Certificate Program Certified Six Sigma Black Belt...70 Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB)...70 Real Estate Courses 75-Hr. Real Estate Salesperson s Lic. Course...71 Ethics...71 Agency...71 Real Estate Statute & Rules...71 Legal Issues, Contracts, Ownership & Attorney Review...71 Teacher Education Programs New Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey (NPTNJ)...72 Introduction to Teaching: 24-hour Pre-Service Program...72 CDA Certificate Program...73 CDA Renewal Program Planning & Professional Dev...73 Early Care & Educ for Director s Academy...73 Opening a Day Care Center...73 Teacher Assistant Prep Certificate Program I & II...74 Elementary Ed Praxis II Prep...74 Fundamentals of Teaching Cert Prog-Parts I & II...74 Overview of Special Education...74 Red Flags: Recognize Early Warning Signs...74 Certificate Program for Paraprofessionals: Autism...75 Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis...76 Applied Behavior Analysis: Beyond the Basics...76 Social Thinking...76 Certificate in Wedding/Event Planning...77 Women s Institute Additional Continuing Education Opportunities Bergen at the Meadowlands...80 The Hispanic Institute...81 BCC Foundation...81 Travel Directions...83 Campus Map...84 To register, call: (201) SPRING

5 GENERAL INFORMATION DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION, CORPORATE AND PUBLIC SECTOR TRAINING Where Learning is a Life-long Experience Mission Statement Meet the learning needs of an ever changing community by: Designing innovative and diverse programs Providing qualified instructors with real world experience Creating flexible partnerships Achieving service excellence Christine M. Gillespie, M.S. Ed. Dean, Division of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training Paul F. Ragusa, M.A. Ed. Managing Director, Division of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training Nancy Owens, MSN, RN, CNE Associate Dean, Health Professions TBA Business Development Manager Ellen Aramini Director of Career Placement Vincent Vicari Regional Director, Bergen SBDC Program Supervisory Staff Ria Bloss, Program Supervisor Roseanne Crisafi, Coordinator of Green Initiatives, LEED-GA Barbara Eisen, Program Supervisor Regina Imperato, Program Supervisor Linda Caruso, Manager, Business Accelerator Andrea Schaffel, Program Supervisor Registration Services and Administrative Support Staff Esmeralda Armendariz, Secretary Susan Sloan, Senior Secretary Louisa Emirzian, Secretary Vivian Tongue, Executive Secretary Genevieve Montana-Khalil, Secretary Maira Urena, Bookkeeper Phone Numbers To contact us or register by phone with MC/VISA/AMEX/DISC (201) To have your company billed (201) Fax your registration (include MC/VISA/AMEX/DISC) (201) Classroom assignment (call the day before) (201) To inquire about Customized Training for your company (201) College Bookstore (201) (located on the first floor of the Pitkin Education Center Building) Emergency Closings In the event that the College will be closed or have a delayed opening, official notification is available from the following sources: Online: or to sign up for notifications Radio: WCBS/880, WOR/710, 1010 WINS, WVNJ/1160 TV: Cablevision/ News 12 NJ Phone: (201) (recorded message) Please note that the College has a no smoking policy; smoking is not permitted anywhere on campus. Bergen Community College facilities are wheelchair accessible. WAYS TO REGISTER! Registrations are accepted until classes are full. No registrations are accepted without payment. Register as early as possible to guarantee your enrollment. Seats are available on a first come, first served basis. In the event of inclement weather, please check our website at or the following sources listed under Emergency Closings located on the bottom left of this page. All course and event listings are accurate to date of publication. On rare occasion faculty substitutions and other rescheduling may occur. ONLINE: Search the course catalog. Go to Scroll down; click Continuing Education on the left-hand side. Click on the cover graphic (view offerings in PDF format). Search Table of Contents to find the course or program -OR- scroll down to browse the catalog page-by-page. Control + F (CTRL +F) to enter key words and search for them, -OR- Scroll down to the page(s) you need. Note the course number(s) and title(s) of your selected course(s). REGISTER and PAY ONLINE for course(s), using WebAdvisor (Some courses are not available for WebAdvisor registration. International or non-us citizens: Please contact us by telephone, fax or mail to register): Type go.bergen.edu into your web browser. Press Enter. Click on Continuing Education. Click second choice under Registration for Continuing Ed, and read Important Information Please Read this First. Read it, and then click OK. Click Register and Pay for Continuing Education Classes toward the bottom, right of the white box. Skip to Course Code Number and enter the course code (e.g., HH 267). Leave a space between the letters and the numbers. Scroll down to bottom and click Submit. Choose the appropriate course and section by clicking the Select box. Click Submit. Enter all requested information into the form. Check the box at the bottom of the form, certifying your identity. Click Submit. Complete the remaining information and click Submit, to access the payment screen. Have your Visa, American Express, MasterCard, or Discover ready. Complete the payment information and click Submit. MAIL: Complete the registration form and mail with your check, money order or credit card payment (do not send cash) to: Bergen Community College, Division of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training, Room TEC-115, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ PHONE: Call (201) during business hours. Have your VISA, American Express, MasterCard or Discover information ready. Hearing Impaired: (800) (Voice) or (800) (TDD) FAX: (201) Complete the Registration Form and include VISA, American Express, MasterCard or Discover information. VISIT: We accept VISA, American Express, MasterCard, Discover or checks/money orders made payable to Bergen Community College. To register with cash payments, please come to our office during the hours of 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. We are located in the Technology Education Center, Room 115. If you are paying in cash, you will need to go to the Bursar s office after we process your registration at the Continuing Education Office. We are available to speak with you by phone or in person, about all your Continuing Education questions and needs, Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. We offer early and late in-person hours during peak times of the year. Please call us for further information at (201) If you require additional information, please call (201) To register, call: (201) SPRING

6 GENERAL INFORMATION Youth Programs: To register participants in our youth programs, please go to: and download registration form and mail or fax to us. Please Note: Student Age Requirements Unless otherwise noted, courses in The Division of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training are intended for adults 18 years and older. Parents of students who are 16 years and older who believe they have reason to appeal this policy, may do so by contacting the Managing Director of The Division of Continuing Education in writing by mail or fax. Requests for an exception must be submitted at least three weeks prior to the course start date. Courses offered in The Division of Continuing Education do not satisfy course requirements for degree credit programs, unless duly noted. Payment Methods We accept VISA, American Express, MasterCard, Discover, personal check or money order payable to Bergen Community College. Cash payments may only be processed before 4:00 p.m., applicable for in-person registration only. For cash payment, come to the offices of Continuing Education located in the Technology Center, Room TEC-115, complete a registration form, allow us to process your registration, and then proceed to the Bursar s office located in the Main Building, Room L-127, with the registration receipt and your cash payment. Please do not send cash in the mail. No News is Good News Once your registration and payment are received, you are automatically enrolled. No confirmation will be sent. Your cancelled check, cash receipt or credit card statement is your receipt. Attend your class as scheduled. You will be notified if a class is cancelled, a schedule is changed or if a class is full and we cannot accept your registration. Students with Disabilities that require special assistance such as a sign language interpreter must register and inform us three weeks prior to the beginning of a course. (No refunds, as special arrangements will need to be made.) Announcing Employment Opportunity Assistance: Bergen Community College s Division of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training is pleased to announce the opening of a job placement service, for students who complete a minimum 60-hour certificate program through the Division of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training. Spearheading this endeavor is Ellen Aramini who brings to the college over twenty years experience in corporate staffing, recruiting and contingency search. Ellen has made successful job placements in a broad range of industries in Northern New Jersey s small, mid-size and fortune 100 companies. She will be interviewing and preparing our Continuing Education students for the job search challenge. Our goal is to link learning and work by identifying the hiring needs of our students and by providing a trained and available workforce. Please feel free to contact Ellen Aramini at to learn more about how Bergen Community College s Division of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training can be of service to you, our student, and to our community businesses. Returned Checks A charge of $30 for the first week with an additional $30 after the second week will be incurred on checks returned for insufficient funds or stop payment. Cancellations The College reserves the right to cancel a course when registration is less than the minimum required. If the course is cancelled, tuition and fees will be refunded within 4-6 weeks. Students will be notified by phone or . Transfer Policy Students who choose to transfer from an active course must submit their request in writing no later than 4:00 p.m. on the start of the first class. If approved by the Managing Director, students must re-register within six months or forfeit their credit. Students are limited to one transfer per course per semester. Note: Transfer credits are not eligible for a refund. Refund Policy The College reserves the right to change courses, days, times and instructors, and to withdraw courses without notice. Refund requests must be received 5 business days prior to the start date of the course. NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS WILL BE GIVEN THEREAFTER. Please allow 4-6 weeks for processing. All refund requests must be in writing. Note: Transfer credits are not eligible for a refund. Room Locations Please call (201) between 1 and 3 days prior to the start of class for your room assignment, if listed as TBA. Our courses may be scheduled at any one of the following locations: Paramus, Hackensack, Lyndhurst, Fort Lee and Mahwah. To locate your classroom and building designations, please see page 84. Campus Map/Travel Directions For travel directions see page 83. For campus map, please see page 84. Required Textbooks Some courses require textbooks and are indicated accordingly. Unless otherwise noted, textbooks may be purchased at the Bookstore located on the first floor of the main building, bookstore (201) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS Bergen Community College s Division of Continuing Education offers a variety of programs designed to foster the development of teachers, keeping them up-to-date with current curriculum standards as mandated by the New Jersey Department of Education. Teachers are free to select any computer courses that align with the NJ Core Curriculum Standards. When you attend a course, give the instructor your name and mailing address with your request for a letter. CPE UNITS FOR ACCOUNTANTS All of the technical computer training courses are approved for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) units and a Letter of Completion. When you register, indicate that you are an accountant and will need the CPE Letter. The ratio is one unit for every 50 minutes, not counting lunch and breaks. For a fraction of an hour, it is rounded down. Bergen Community College s Division of Continuing Education is registered with the Division of Consumer Affairs, NJ State Board of Accountancy, Sponsor #20CE AIA/CES LEARNING UNITS FOR ARCHITECTS Bergen Community College is registered as a premier provider with the American Institute of Architects, Continuing Education System (AIA/CES), Provider # F162. The AutoCAD and Revit courses meet the AIA/CES criteria for Quality Level II, one learning unit per hour of instruction. To register, call: (201) SPRING

7 BERGEN GOES GREEN BERGEN GOES GREEN Bergen Community College recognizes the importance and increased interest in Green technologies and their applications. This semester we are offering courses in hopes of helping our community conserve more energy. The Division of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training will offer courses in Photovoltaic System Design, (Solar Panel Array), with practical hands-on lab sessions for the contractor and in the area of construction we offer Introduction to Building Science and Designing Efficient Sustainable Buildings, including Water Resource Management and Waste Management and Reduction. Some courses offer industry recognized Continuing Education Units, CEU s. For those students seeking employment within the green energy and sustainability workforce, a student may choose one or all of our courses in our Green Technologies and Sustainability Program. Click Here to contact Roseanne Crisafi at or call (201) CD 508 Sustainability Concepts 8 sessions; 20 hours; $ ,Th.; January 22-March 12, 2015 Hours: 6:30-9:00 p.m. Discover what sustainability really means through this in depth study of the terms, concepts and examples of sustainable development and the inter relationship of stakeholders. Gain an understanding of the goals and expressions involved in sustainable development. Learn how life cycle assessments can benefit the long range sustainability goals by making smart choices you can achieve results on many levels and lessen negative impacts. Instructor: Terrance Moran, Sustainability & Energy Professional NEW CD 122 Introduction to Biofuels 5 sessions; 10 hours; $ , Fri; April 10-May 8, 2015 Hours: 6:30-8:30 p.m. In this 10-hour course we will discuss the motivation for Biofuels, US dependency on foreign oil, and the Renewable Fuel Standards (RFS). Learn about the challenges of Bioethanol, Biobutanol and Biodiesel. Supply chain information and various markets will be reviewed in detail. Impacts on food chain industries will be discussed. This course is intended to provide an understanding of the technologies that drives the biofuels industry segments, as well as the impact on food production. We will take an introductory look at the small business opportunities for Biofuels. This course includes an educational field trip to a local biofuel facility. Instructor: Gerald Vernice, Emeritus Member of American Chemical Society NEW CD 121 In-Field Microbial Analysis of Soil Workshop Introducing a comprehensive program for monitoring the soil microbiome 1 session; $ , Sat; January 31, , Sat.; March 28, 2015 Hours: 7:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Location: SA-115 In this hands-on workshop James Sottilo will introduce you to the capabilities of the In-Field Microbial Test Program and train you in the scientific method he has developed for managing his many landscape projects, such as Lincoln Center, Central Park, Governor s Island, Martha s Vineyard. Fee includes training in microscopic analysis of soil samples, instruction on how to utilize the Microbe In-Field Program for your projects and round tables for sharing as well as an In-Field Microbe Kit, which retails at $750, including reagents for 20 tests a minitablet adapted to read and analyze the test results and a carry case. Breakfast and lunch will be included although the workshop is finished at 3:00 p.m. attendees are welcome to network until 5:00 p.m. Workshop attendees can earn Continuing Education Units, CEU s from the Upstate NY Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects, ASLA, and the NJ Chapter of International Society of Arborists, ISA. Instructor: James Sottilo, ASLA, Certified Soil Foodweb Advisor, ISA Certified Arborist, Principle Ecological Landscape Management NEW CD 123 Water in the 21 st Century 4 sessions; 8 hours; $ , Fri; May 29-June 19, 2015 Hours: 6:30-8:30 p.m. This 8-hour course centers its focus on the topic of water, an issue with challenges on a local and global scale. In the near future water, its quality and quantity are anticipated to have a major impact on the human condition. In this course we will explore some of the issues facing this important life giving resource and discuss cultural issues, food chain effects and more. Learn terms like drylands, drylands-ecosystems, and more will be reviewed in detail. Attend this course and learn about the future possibilities of this vital resource and some of the options being discussed to preserve it. Instructor: Gerald Vernice, Emeritus Member of American Chemical Society CD 514 Improving Indoor Air Quality 4 sessions; 10 hours; $ , Mon; March 9-April 6, 2015 (no class 3/16) Hours: 6:30-9:00 p.m. In this overview of Indoor Air Quality learn the facts about indoor elements that can contribute to health effects like allergies, asthma, headaches and more. Identify sources for common contaminants like mold, lead, asbestos, formaldehyde, hazardous chemical and other environmental contaminants. Learn how to reduce the risk of indoor toxins and the methods used to detect them. Student will gain knowledge on Indoor Air Quality issues, preventative and control measures that can be beneficial to improving the indoor environment and how indoor air quality is impacted by modern construction and energy efficiency methods. Instructor: Bruce Wolf, Senior Vice President/Sr. Environmental Health Consultant Garden State Environmental To register, call: (201) SPRING

8 BERGEN GOES GREEN CD 511 Understanding Energy & Economics 8 sessions; 16 hours; $ , Thu; March 26-May 14, 2015 Hours: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Gain an understanding about supply, demand, state regulations and the economics of energy especially the impact of energy deregulation and the emergence of the energy marketplace. Learn about the energy industry, how alternative renewable energy systems play in to the picture and the basics of operation concepts. Understand the costs, benefits, incentives on renewable energy and how it plays in to the picture of the energy industry market. Instructor: Terry Moran, Sustainability & Energy Professional CD 523 Photovoltaic System Design and Installation (Solar Panel Array) 10 sessions; 30 hours; $ , Tue./Sat.; March 24-May 9, 2015 (no class 4/7, 4/18, 4/25, 5/2) Hours: Tue./Th.; 630-9:30 p.m.; Sat. Lab Sessions; 9:00am-12:00 p.m. Location: TEC Building This introductory course teaches the technology and skills required for the design, installation and performance testing of residential and commercial photovoltaic systems. Emphasis is placed on understanding the basics of system function, components and design. Learn about System maintenance, monitoring issues. and important safety procedures. This course includes hands-on labs using industry standard equipment and practical group activities. Required Text: Photovoltaic Systems/Edition 2 by James Dunlop. Available at the BCC Bookstore. Instructor: Kris Pamidi, Certified Solar PV Professional CD 510 Introduction to Building Science & Sustainable High Performance Building Design 8 sessions; 16 Hrs. $ , Wed.; Feburary 4-April 8, 2015 (no class 3/18) Hours: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Save energy by creating a more energy efficient building envelope. Participants will learn principles of air leakage and some key ways buildings are influenced by increased air tightening, mechanical exhaust devices and moisture movement. Determine the most cost effective air sealing guidelines and minimum ventilation requirements for occupants health and safety.an energy audit is the first step to increasing energy efficiency. Once energy use is assessed then improvements to increase efficiency, lower bills and enhance health and comfort levels. Required Text: Residential Energy: Cost Savings and Comfort for Existing Buildings / 6 th Edition by John Krigger) Available at the BCC Bookstore. This course is approved for 8 Building Performance Institute CEU s. Instructor: Klas Haglid, P.E., R.A., Haglid Engineering CD 458 Introduction to Modular Construction 5 sessions; 10 Hours $ , Wed; May 27-June 24, 2015 Hours: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Course content includes an in-depth discussion of alternative construction methodologies starting with the historical background, evolution and trends, features and benefits of modulars, and their components, and an in-depth study of commercial and residential buildings. Information will also be included on new LEED certified buildings. Instructor: Joseph Bucci, Bucci & Associates Construction Management CD 058 Ten-hour OSHA Construction Industry Safety Certification 3 sessions; 10 hours; $99 001, Sat; April 18 May 2, 2015 Hours: 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 002, Fri; May 29-June 12, 2015 Location: Meadowlands Campus Hours: 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. This 10-hour course is designed for construction workers as an ideal orientation to those who are new to construction sites, maintenance workers and others, those associated with construction projects and as a reminder those working in a variety of building related industries about the hazards associated with the construction industry. Upon successful course completion a $5.00 fee is due to the instructor to receive the 10 Hour Construction Safety OSHA Certification Card. Instructor: Albert Lundgren, State Certified OSHA Construction Safety Instructor CD 578 Waste Management & Reduction 5 sessions; 12 Hrs. $ , Tue; January 27-February 24, 2015 Hours: 6:30-9:00 p.m. Eliminating waste by not generating it in the first place is the best way to minimize human and industrial environmental footprints. Waste management practices have evolved over the last 50 years to accomplish that essential objective. Take this course and learn about how waste management and reduction programs have developed in the US, the regulations and technologies that have emerged to support that development and practical approaches that can be employed to continually reduce our impacts on our environment. This Course offers 10 Continuing Education Units, CEU s for NJ Certified Recycling Professionals, NJ CRP. Instructor: Craig Doolittle, P.E., TRC Solutions CD 494 LEED Green Associate: Exam Prep 4 sessions; 10 Hrs. $ , Sat; January 31-February 28, 2015 Hours: 6:30-9:00 p.m. The LEED Green Associate is for professionals who want to demonstrate green building expertise in nontechnical fields of practice. It denotes basic knowledge of green design, construction, and operations. The Green Associate also serves as the first step for professionals pursuing a LEED AP with specialization. Instructor: TBA CD 518 Green Advantage Test Prep 4 sessions; 10 Hours; $ , Th.; May 28-June 18, 2015 Hours: 6:30-9:00 p.m. This class is designed to prepare you to take the Green Advantage Exam, Commercial or Residential series and will assist you in gaining a deeper understanding of the concepts of Green Building. Learn the fundamentals of green construction practices, green rating systems like LEED, Green Globes, NAHB and get practical information on engaging in environmentally sustainable practices. The test fee of $175 is additional and students must register online at Green Advantage.org. Instructor: Roseanne Crisafi, LEED GA, Green Advantage Certified Courses Offered in the Fall, 2015 CD 581 Environmental Testing 6 sessions; 15 hours; $220 Hours: 6:30-9:00 p.m. In order to be able to manage environmental contaminants, you must first be able to measure them and understand what the results mean. Environmental testing techniques have been developed to help scientists, engineers and decision makers assess environmental risk and take steps to assure the safety of people and the ecosystem. Take this course and learn about environmental testing procedures and how these techniques can help us protect people and the environment. Instructor: Craig Doolittle, P.E., TRC Solutions CD 116 Energy and Sustainability for the Built Environment 8 sessions; 16 hours; $240 Hours: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Broad overview of fundamental and applied concepts of energy in the overall context of the modern and built environment. Includes mechanical and electrical fundamentals to analyze the built environment, energy flows and balances, demand and supply solutions, tools such as life cycle analysis for assessment/evaluation, and emerging issues in the built environment. Course includes design problems and case studies. A detailed example of Weather Bin Modeling along with a financial analysis will be presented with student participating in making a working energy savings model as a final class project, general approach and weather data will be provided. Instructor: Klas Haglid, P.E., R.A., Haglid Engineering To register, call: (201) SPRING

9 BERGEN GOES GREEN Sustainability Institute Spring 2015 Conference & Events: Please join us in The Moses Training and Conference Center in the Technology Education Center, TEC-128 for out next Conference and the announcement our 3rd Student Challenge question. Teachers earn professional development hours for attending this conference! Sustainability Conference: Sustainability and the Automated Home Thursday, March 12, 2015; 6:30-8:30 p.m. Student Challenge & Hackathon: Wednesday, April 22, 2015; 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, April 23, 2015; 6:30-8:30 p.m. Please visit bergen.edu/continuinged for additional information. Sponsored by Click Here to contact Roseanne Crisafi at or call (201) for more information on this program. To register, call: (201) SPRING

10 BERGEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION The Bergen Community College Division of Continuing Education invites all Bergen and Passaic County students to take the Third Student Challenge. The Challenge Question: How can you reuse and repurpose cardboard cartons or boxes and packing materials to create something new? We Do Not Inherit the Earth from Our Ancestors; We Borrow It from Our Children. Who? Students who reside in Bergen and Passaic counties in grades 1 through 6. Please Print: Student Name Student Grade Level What? Grades 1-4, poster or art project Grades 5-6, model science project Grades 7-12, participate in the hackathon When? Registration Due: Wednesday, April 8, 2015 Judging and Awards Presentation Grades 1-6, Wednesday, April 22, 2015 Grades 7-12, Thursday, April 23, 2015 Where? Bergen Community College Technology Education Center, Room 128 Parking Lot B 400 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ Parent Name Address City State Zip Phone School Name and Address City State Zip Teacher/Parent Contact ( contact required) Check Project Type: Grade 1 4 Poster Art Project Grade 5 & 6 Model Science project Grade 7 12 Hackathon, groups of 4 students only Please mail, fax, or your completed registration form to: Bergen Community College Sustainability Institute, TEC Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ Fax: To register, call: (201) SPRING

11 BERGEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION Rules & Regulations: The Challenge consists of four competitions in six grade levels. Each competing student will receive a certificate of participation. Prizes will be awarded to first, second and third place winners in each category. Each participating student must indicate a school coordinator or parent contact person on the registration form. Entries are accepted from individual students and groups of up to three students. Groups in excess of three students will not be accepted. Each individual or student group is limited to one entry. Six Competition Grade Levels: Grades 1-2 Grades 3-4 Grades 5-6 Grades 7-8 Grades 9-10 Grades Eligibility: 1. Participants must be residents of Bergen or Passaic county and in grade levels Submissions must be students own work. 3. Students are required to prepare and deliver a brief verbal overview of their work to the judges during the competition. 4. All projects must be accompanied by the official project entry label on letter size paper, to be displayed next to the student or student group project. Registration Deadlines: Registration forms due by: Wednesday, April 8, 2015 Completed registration forms can be mailed, faxed or ed to: Bergen Community College Sustainability Institute, TEC Paramus Road, Paramus NJ Fax: Click here for Submissions: Submission categories are listed below. Each individual or student group is limited to one entry. Grades 1-4: Poster - 22 L x 28 H Art Project - Maximum Size 24 L x 24 D x 24 H Grades 5-6: Model - Maximum Size 24 L x 24 D x 24 H Scaled Plan Drawing - 24 L x 36 H Grades 7-12: Sustainability Hackaton Submissions of a model or scaled plan drawing must include: 1) Budget categories 2) A word essay of the submission, including, but not limited to, green aspects, age group designed for, special features, and any other important information. Submissions without teacher or parental contacts, or those involving controlled substances subject to government regulation, will not be accepted. Judging: All students or groups of students must be present during the judging and awards ceremonies, and must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Submissions will be judged on creativity, ingenuity, scientific thought, thoroughness and clarity. Judges' decisions are final. Grades 1 through 6: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 Entertainment and activities will be provided during the judging period. Grades 7 through 12: Thursday, April 23, 2015 Sustainability Hackaton see Hackathon information page. Competition and awards presentations will be held in TEC-128 on the main campus. Set-up times begin at 5:30 p.m. and must be completed by 6:00 p.m. All projects must be accompanied by the official project entry label, to be displayed next to the project. Judging begins at 6:15 p.m. each evening. Students are responsible for removing their projects at the end of the competition awards ceremonies. Please note any projects remaining after the end of each competition awards ceremony will be discarded. To register, call: (201) SPRING

12 BERGEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION Sustainability Institute Student Challenge Official Project Entry Label The Challenge: How can you reuse and repurpose cardboard cartons or boxes and packing materials to create something new? Date: Student Name(s): Hackathon Group Name: School: Grade: Category: Name of School Coordinator or Parent Contact: Coordinator/Parent Phone: Coordinator/Parent Parental Permission: I give my child permission to participate in the first Student Challenge & Hackathon and his/her work can be placed on public display. Parent signature: Date * Please display this label next to your project, or on your Hackathon Group Table. Media Release Click Here: To register, call: (201) SPRING

13 BERGEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION Join the First Sustainability Institute Middle & High School Hackathon Question: How can you use ordinary everyday objects or processes to filter heavy metals from water? Rules & Regulations: The Sustainability Institute Middle & High School Hackathon is a high-energy, collaborative event that seeks to bring together a diverse group of the student community to explore key issues and challenges on a particular subject related to Sustainability and to ponder solutions to everyday problems using STEM,(Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), in the process. The goal is to raise sustainability understanding, promote opportunities for environmental stewardship and increase awareness on the importance of clean water resources. Are you creative? Do you want to have fun and try something new? Do you want to meet other creative people? Do you want to develop technology innovations? Do you want to help solve world problems and make a difference? Rules and Regulations: The Hackathon consists of student and school group competitions in grades Each group of four students can be composed of a single grade level or mixed grade levels as follows: 7 and 8, 9 and 10, 11and 12. Each competing student will receive a certificate of participation. Prizes will be awarded to first, second and third place winners the grade levels listed including Best in Show. Each participating student must indicate a school coordinator or parent contact person on the registration form. Entries are accepted from schools or other parents/guardian groups. Each group is limited to one entry. Judging Criteria: Is it functional? (25%) Does it accomplish its stated goal? Does it work as is, or does it require additional resources/items? Does it use any new technology? Can it be used anywhere, on a local, regional or global scale? Is it intuitive? (25%) Is it easy to understand? Is it easy to use? Is it creative? Can it be fabricated form ordinary everyday objects? Is it impactful? (25%) Does it solve a real problem? How many people does it impact (few/many)? Is it viable? (25%) Would anyone be able to use it? Is it economically and environmentally feasible? Does it create biodegradable waste?can it be produced? Objectives: We value and encourage the participation of each member of the student community and want all attendees to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Accordingly, all attendees are expected to show respect and courtesy to other attendees throughout the hackathon. To make clear what is expected, all attendees and speakers at this hackathon are required to conform to a Code of Conduct. Organizers will enforce this code throughout the event. For additional information click HERE to contact Roseanne Crisafi. To register, call: (201) SPRING

14 BUSINESS & INDUSTRY TRAINING FOR BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY Thinking about your company s success? We link training to your business strategy and bring the training to you! We can assess skills and train new employees or upgrade the skills your employees already have. We may also be able to assist you in securing grant funding to underwrite the cost of training. Did you know that your employees are your most important assets? Of course you do! That s why it is so necessary for them to be well armed with the latest in business technology and techniques. You need people with business savvy that can improve your bottom line help give you the competitive edge. We offer specialists in a variety of business and industry sectors to customize training programs offered to meet your specific needs either at your facility or ours. The tools and the consultants needed to assist your employees in helping you keep ahead of the competition, Improve productivity, increase profitability and sharpen technical, problem-solving and communication skills are here at Bergen. We have a full staff of professional consultants to customize and tailor programs specifically for you. Our trainers and consultants are experts in adult learning and have extensive experience in the corporate training environment. We can provide organizational development consulting to ensure that training is strategic and practical. Our customized materials will support your particular objectives and goals. Our integrated approach is designed to analyze your environment, work with you to formulate strategic training goals and provide training to keep your company profitable. BUSINESS & INDUSTRY Access The Global Business Advantage at Bergen Community College PROVIDING A FULL RANGE OF RESOURCES AND SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE NEEDS OF BUSINESS. professional training workforce readiness retail skills development business planning and consulting marketing services conference and meeting facilities CUSTOMIZED CORPORATE TRAINING Offering service-oriented, comprehensive solutions We draw upon the expertise of professional business practitioners and facilitators who specialize in on-the-job training. Using proven training curriculum and techniques, our staff is able to offer flexible, customized solutions at an affordable price. Our services include: Needs Assessment Customized Training Solutions Follow-up Evaluations and Recommendations Assistance with Department of Labor and Workforce Development Grant applications The Division of Continuing Education, Corporate & Public Sector Training has the answers. To address the needs of our clientele, we have developed a spectrum of programs in these key strategic areas. Some of the courses we offer are listed below; however, there are many more available. Specialty areas include, but are not limited to: Leadership Skills Sales Communication Management Six Sigma Computer Skills Performance Management Team Building Customer Service Interpersonal Skills Basic Math and other Math English as a Second Language (ESL) Conflict Resolution Basic Skills Project Management Diversity (Reading, Writing & Grammar) Sexual Harassment Goal Setting Basic Supervision Strategic Planning Presentation Skills Business Writing Time Management Train-the-Trainer Executive Coaching Women in Leadership & Keynote Speakers Certificate in Supply Chain Mgt. Certificate in Professional Sales Recent Clients: Crestron Mannkind Corporation TEVA Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Estee Lauder Movado Group Thermo Fisher Scientific Forest Research Institute, Inc. Pfizer, Inc. Toys R Us Genzyme Pitney Bowes Triangle Manufacturing Co., Inc. Kraft Foods, Inc. Scientific Design Company, Inc. United Water/Suez Kreisler Manufacturing Corp. SEIU Valley Hospital System Lonza, Inc. SK Life Science Whole Foods Market Lundbeck Research USA, Inc. Stryker Orthopaedics The Corporate & Public Sector Training department has a full staff of professionals to customize and tailor programs specifically for you. Our trainers are experts in adult learning and have extensive experience in the corporate training environment. We can provide organizational development consulting to ensure that training is strategic and practical. Since we are a public institution, you may find us to be a cost-effective way to incorporate training into your business strategy. We would welcome the opportunity to discuss this and other venues that may be able to support your training efforts. To register, call: (201) SPRING

15 BUSINESS & INDUSTRY NJ COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONSORTIUM FOR WORKFORCE & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Are you unhappy with the basic skills that entry-level employees bring to their jobs? The New Jersey Business and Industry Association (NJBIA), the New Jersey Department of Labor (LWD) and the New Jersey Community College Workforce Consortium (NJCCWC) has partnered to offer The Basic Skills Workforce Training Program. As a full partner of the NJCCWC, Bergen Community College s Division of Continuing Education, Corporate & Public Sector Training department is offering programs to assist employers in upgrading the basic skills of their employees, thus improving productivity. Programs are offered at our campus sites or can be conducted at your business location. All consortium courses are offered in conjunction with the Department of Labor and are presented at no cost to members of the local Chambers of Commerce or the New Jersey Business & Industry Association. We look forward to working with you Call today to schedule a meeting or to learn more about our services to business! Christine Gillespie, Dean, Division of Continuing Education, Corporate & Public Sector Training (201) or For a unique Customized Training Opportunity at the Buehler Challenger & Science Center, please see page 82 of this catalog. C BI 752 Improving Your Business Writing Skills: Tips and Techniques 5 sessions; $ , Wed; February 4 March 4, 2015 Hours: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Upon completion of this workshop, attendees will be able to: plan, organize and prepare effective business correspondence, s, memos and reports targeted to internal and external readers; apply grammar, spelling and syntax rules to document preparation to ensure clarity and consistency; address special business communications situations such as praise, instruction, discipline and change. Instructor: Wilma Hurwitz Testimonial: Overall, the writing course BI 752, was a big plus for us. Richard Snyder, Ph.D. CEO, RS Microwave, Butler NJ (customized writing skills course delivered to technical personnel, Winter-Spring 2011). WI 008 Leading Effective Organizations 4 sessions; $ , Th; February 5 26, 2015 In today s fast-paced and ever-changing, competitive society, organizations must be able to respond and adapt effectively. Our course will focus on exploring the confluence of leadership and organizations in this context. Topics will include individual and group dynamics, organizational systems, structures and change, and leadership influence. Instructor: Diane D. Dean, M.S. WI 009 Conflict Management and Negotiation 2 sessions; $85 001, Th; March 5, 12, 2015 Conflict is inevitable, but it does not need to be unmanageable. This course will cover the causes and dynamics of conflict and the key elements of negotiation. Participants will also learn the necessary negotiation and conflict management tools and techniques essential to successfully navigating relationships in the workplace and beyond. Instructor: Diane D. Dean, M.S. BI 751 Product Development Strategies That Win 2 sessions; $ , Mon; March 9, 2015 Hours: 7:00-9:00 p.m. Development of new products often fails because the developer is not able to match their products with the real needs of the marketplace. This program will provide tools and strategies to make product development more effective by combining good business sense with technology development that results in products that meet customer and developer needs. There is a need to first understand the customer and then provide products that provide superior value. This program will provide a number of best practice strategies that help developers combine good business sense with technology development. Instructor: Robert Goldberg BI Ways to Earn Residual Income 1 session; $85 001, Sat; April 11, 2015 Hours: 8:00 11:00 a.m. Concerned about the economy? Got increasing expenses? Ever run out of money before you run out of month? Residual income could be your answer. Residual income means getting paid over and over again, based on a one-time effort. This course is PACKED with solid, practical information! This is not a financial planning course, not a get out to of debt program and no investments or financial products are sold. It is for you if you want to make some or all of your income more residual. Instructor: James W. Farnham, MBA, MS BI 750 Business Proposals That Win 2 sessions; $ , Mon; March 23, 2015 Hours: 7:00-9:00 p.m. Many companies and individuals have the ability to produce great products and services but lack the skills to win competitive proposals. Organizations that are able to develop the strategy and discipline to write winning proposals will be much more successful. A disciplined and logical approach will not only raise the probability of wins but will save countless dollars in producing winning proposals with much less stress on the participants. A process and strategy is needed to make for a winning solution. Instructor: Robert Goldberg WI 022 Finding Your True Voice, Naturally 4 sessions; $95 001, Th; March 26, April 2, 9, 16, 2015 Hours: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Do you feel that you have gone through life not being heard? If so, join us to discover leading- edge strategies that will enable you to Be the Change You Wish to See. Learn how to better hear and thus speak the voice of your genius through powerful explorations and playful transmissions. Students are asked to bring $6 to the first class for materials. Maters fee will be paid directly to the instructor. Instructor: Verena Visser Aibel BI 753 Negotiating Mutually Successful Outcomes 1 session; $85 001, Tue; March 31, 2015 Hours: 6:00-9:00 p.m. Most of us negotiate every day, both in business and personal interactions in a variety of ways. Whether negotiating with suppliers, clients, or colleagues, negotiation skills are important in today s complex and often difficult and competitive environment. All of these negotiations involve 2 critical factors: the outcome and the relationship that exists between the negotiators. In an increasingly fast-paced and competitive marketplace, we need to optimize both the outcome and the relationship. This course will help you refine your personal communication skills and implement negotiating strategies and will also help you deal with difficult situations or people. Some people enjoy the process; many don t. The good news is that negotiating is a skill that can be learned, fine-tuned and even mastered. Negotiation isn t about winning or losing. It s about achieving mutually beneficial and acceptable solutions. Instructor: Linda Trignano To register, call: (201) SPRING

16 BUSINESS & INDUSTRY BI 754 Personal Branding: How to Speak About Yourself so Others Listen 1 session; $85 001, Wed; April 8, 2015 Hours: 6:00-9:00 p.m. In today s fast-paced business world, speaking so that others listen is a critical step in the success of your career. Everything from your success in selling to your interpersonal day-to-day interactions with your peers, come into play each time you speak. Your personal brand is as unique as you are and having a compelling and exciting way to convey it is an essential tool in today s business world that should be designed to open doors for you. Your personal brand, your elevator speech and how others view you are all important elements in catching the eyes and ears of managers, peers and prospective business associates. In this workshop we ll focus on speaking with clarity to capture the essence of you and your career. When you speak about yourself do others listen? Instructor: Linda Trignano BI 771 How to Build a Fun and Profitable Home-Based Business! 1 session; $85 001, Sat; April 11, 2015 Hours: 12:00 2:00 p.m. This class is about your personal business activities: tangible things you can do and measurable activities to increase your productivity, grow your client base and earn more income. Gain access to 70 different ways to market your products and services. No hype, no fluff just straight-up, practical information on how to get the job done! Jim Farnham, MBA, MS, and his wife have over twenty years experience in the home-based industry. Instructor: James W. Farnham, MBA, MS BI 762 Techniques for Managing Highly Technical Teams 2 sessions; $ , Tue; April 14, 2015 Hours: 7:00-9:00 p.m. This course will offer a number of ideas to consider getting the most out of your highly talented workers in a creative environment. A development team should ideally be stronger than its parts. Unless you learn to get the best out of your creative employees you will not succeed. Often your best people are the hardest to manage. Although many organizations claim to care about innovation, very few are willing to do what it takes to succeed. There are many challenges found in a development environment when balancing innovation versus productivity. Instructor: Robert Goldberg WI 007 The Art of Leadership 3 sessions; $ , Mon; April 20, 2015 This course will explore what distinguishes a leader from a manager and the characteristics of a good leader. Participants will discover the strengths and weaknesses of their personal leadership style and learn how to use that style in their chosen career. Participants will explore the transition from personal responsibility to responsibility for a group. Essential skills such as risk assessment, decision-making, and vision casting will be explained and practiced. As part of this course, students will receive an individual analysis of their leadership strengths using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. The special discounted fee of $45 for the instrument and analysis will be paid to the instructor on the first night of class. Students who completed the Indicator for the Effective Communication Skills for Leaders course (WI 006) do not need to repeat the analysis. The same tool will be used to discuss leadership preferences. Instructor: Rita Williams-Bogar, MBA, CPCU, ChFC WI 031 Exploring Your Leadership Potential 1 session; $50 001, Mon; May 4, 2015 Hours: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Learn how to make yourself stand out from the pack and become a leader in your field. Discover why American women hold themselves back from leadership roles and how we can change the situation for ourselves and our daughters and granddaughters. Learn the keys to a personal development plan that will put you in charge of your career and your life. Instructor: Rita Williams-Bogar, MBA, CPCU, ChFC BI 386 Long-Term Care: The Basics 1 session; $85 001, Sat; April 11, 2015 Hours: 3:00 5:00 p.m. Define exactly what long-term care is, what the different kinds of long-term care are, how it s different than traditional health care and specifically where long-term care is provided. If you re 30 or older, you need to attend this class! Uncover who is likely to need long-term care, discover who is most at risk and detail the special needs and triggers for benefits. Explore how long-term care gets paid for and how to protect your assets. Learn why planning for this type of care is critical, and explore both traditional and non-traditional avenues for treatment. Jim Farnham, MBA, MS, has over 20 years experience in insurance and financial services, and is NYS Partnership for Long-Term Care approved. Instructor: James W. Farnham, MBA, MS - To register, call: (201) BI 673 Government Contract Workshop: Contracting Opportunities for Small Business 2.5 hours; $25 001, Friday, January 16, 2015 Hours: 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Location: Paramus/E , Friday, March 20, 2015 Hours: 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Location: Paramus/E , Friday, May 15, 2015 Hours: 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Location: Paramus/E-112 This course is the next step for business owners who want to expand their marketing efforts beyond their current customer base. Defense Procurement Center will help your firm market to government agencies, such as DOD, EPA, DOE, schools, post offices, local municipalities, as well as large businesses such as IBM, Lockheed and the casinos. Learn about tools such as Small Disadvantaged Business/8a, Hubzone, Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business or Minority/Women Certifications that will give your business a marketing edge. You will receive a listing of small business specialist at various agencies and large businesses so you can avoid the cold call since these individuals are tasked to assist you. The Center will bid match you free of charge so that you will discover who is buying your goods or services, and we will assist in the review of bidding opportunities. Free handouts will be provided. Instructor: Dolcey E. Chaplin, Esq. Additional information contact: Andrea Schaffel, Program Supervisor at (201) or Instructor s Bio: Dolcey E. Chaplin, Esq. is the Director of the NJIT Procurement Assistance Center. The state-wide Center assists small, woman and disadvantagedowned businesses in obtaining federal contracts with particular emphasis on Department of Defense in both the prime and subcontract arena. Dolcey is a nationally recognized expert in the various socioeconomic certification programs that exist on the state and federal level. To register, call: (201) SPRING

17 BUSINESS & INDUSTRY MARKETING Certificate in Marketing The Certificate in Integrated Marketing Communications is designed for business and marketing professionals who want to learn how successful companies develop marketing strategies and creative campaigns for customer engagement. These companies are leveraging the benefits of combining digital and traditional media to maximize messages to their audience. They use multiple marketing disciplines, such as paid advertising, public relations, promotion and social media and weave them together to achieve the communications goals of their brand. In this course, we will review case studies and discuss the best ways to combine the use of traditional marketing and digital marketing channels. You will learn the importance of a consistent brand message, maintaining a similar look and feel and how to achieve the objectives of a marketing campaign through a wellcoordinated communications plan. Additional information contact: Andrea Schaffel, Program Supervisor at (201) or 88 BI 758 Getting Started In Marketing 3 sessions; $ , M/W; February 2, 4, 9, 2015 Hours: 6:00 9:00 p.m. This course is for anyone who wants to learn about marketing. We cover basic marketing concepts and discuss how small, medium-sized companies and corporations decide where and how to market to their prospects and clients. Learn about the creative process, market trends, social media, and low-cost, highimpact marketing techniques being used today. Instructor: Robin Altman, President, The Altman Group, Inc. BI 759 Using Your Marketing Dollars Wisely 3 sessions; $ , M/W; February 16, 18, 23, 2015 Hours: 6:00 9:00 p.m. In marketing, it s not what you spend, but how you spend it. Every year, business owners and companies use their marketing dollars ineffectively. In this course, we will discuss what makes your marketing strategies fail and what makes them successful. You will walk away with fresh ideas and ways to use your precious marketing dollars wisely. Instructor: Robin Altman, President, The Altman Group, Inc. BI 760 Guerrilla Marketing Techniques 2 sessions; $ , M/W; March 2, 4, 2015 Hours: 6:00 9:00 p.m. Learn how companies, large and small, use break-through, low-cost marketing techniques to capture the attention of consumers and generate sales. We will review case studies and you will take away ideas of how you can incorporate these techniques at the company you work for or in your business. Instructor: Robin Altman, President of The Altman Group, Inc. BI 761 Certificate In Integrated Marketing Communications 7 sessions $ , M/W; March 23, 25, 30, April 1, 6, 8, 13, 2015 Hours: 6:00 9:00 p.m. Instructor: Robin Altman, President, The Altman Group, Inc. Session 1:.Introduction to Integrated Marketing Communications Students will learn the fundamentals of integrated marketing communications and why smart marketers are integrating the different types of communications they use. We will discuss the value of consumer insights, how to obtain and use them and the benefits of combining traditional and new media in an integrated plan. Various concepts covered include: the target audience, situational analysis, unique selling proposition, key elements of a brand, the brand promise and positioning. Topics covered include: developing a communications strategy, understanding the importance of consistent messages, and selecting targeted media to engage consumers. Session 2: Traditional Media & Marketing Channels: Old School Years ago, getting the word out meant word-of-mouth and advertising. Today traditional media is still used, however, it may share the spotlight or even play second fiddle to digital media. Students will learn about traditional media and its use today. Topics covered include: TV, radio, print, out-of-home, public relations, promotion, direct marketing, cause marketing, word-of-mouth, consumer and trade shows, sponsorships and collateral. We will review how companies determine budgets and analyze the success of traditional media. A creative campaign for AT&T will be presented illustrating the use of integrated marketing communications. Session 3: New Media & Marketing Channels: It s A Digital World The digital world of communications has changed today s marketing landscape. Students will learn about: inbound marketing websites, social media, webinars, blogs, video, podcasts, mobile communications, marketing, QR codes, infographics and more. A creative campaign for Ikea will be presented illustrating the use of integrated marketing communications. Session 4: The Integrated Marketing Communications Plan We will discuss how to obtain and use consumer insights and create the brand promise for the plan. Topics covered include: conducting the situational analysis, creating a communications strategy, combining traditional and new media to create a plan with maximum impact. Students will learn how social, digital and interactive media can be used to market a brand. Additional topics include: measurement and analytical tools, social media insight reports and measurement and tracking of the plan to determine success. Students will create an original integrated marketing communications planning calendar with measurement objectives and tracking tools for the company of their choice. Session 5: Visual Design in Communications Students will learn the three major elements of graphic design layout, color and typography. We will discuss the importance of a unified and consistent look & feel for all communications that represent a company. Logo designs will be presented and we will discuss which are the most effective and why. Award-winning visual communications will be presented and discussed. Students will design an original visual communication for a company of their choice. Session 6: Writing for Communications How do you write for social media, ebooks, and other digital channels? We will cover written Communications - creating content, determining the benefits and incorporating your unique selling proposition. Students will learn how to construct the brand promise, write concisely and how to capture the attention of their audience. Students will write an original brand promise or written communication for a company of their choice. Session 7: Creative Campaigns: Case Studies Students will review several creative campaigns from companies that effectively use integrated marketing communications across various marketing disciplines. We will discuss how to effectively reach your target audience to achieve or exceed objectives. Students will create an original integrated marketing communications creative campaign using several media channels for a company of their choice., call BI 742 Digital Marketing 4 sessions; $ , Sat; April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 2015 Hours: 1:00 4:00 p.m. Location: Paramus Learn how to meet the need of the rapidly changing world of marketing. We cover basic marketing concepts and discuss how small, medium-sized companies and corporations decide where and how to market to their prospects and clients. Marketing and advertising is moving away from a paper based one way communication to a digital conversation. Learn how digital communication can help you to better connect, inform and interact with your customers, clients, constituents and stakeholders. Instructor: Julio Tavarez To register, call: (201) SPRING

18 BUSINESS & INDUSTRY Certificate in Social Media for Business Master the fundamentals of adding social media to your business s marketing mix. Using a combination of instruction time and computer lab time, you work with live social networks. Learn how to use social networks, conduct research and communicate with prospects and customers for your business. Upon completion, you will have a thorough background in industry s best practices and practical hands-on experience in setting up the social media presence for your business. Each course builds upon knowledge gained in the other courses of the program, but courses may be taken individually. Throughout this program we endeavor to demonstrate how to work with social media to benefit your business. If you are not currently involved in social media for a business, either choose a company or create a fictitious one. This will serve as a real-world focus for your social media efforts during the courses. Students must complete a minimum of 8 courses to earn the certificate. Classes may also be taken individually on a non-certificate basis. Note: Participants must be able to access assorted sites, including Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Twitter during the program and between course sessions. Participants who cannot access these sites will not be eligible to participate fully in the program. Total Hours: 117 Total Cost: $2,690 - Monday and Wednesday classes S-343, Saturday classes, TBA Instructor: Becky Livingston NEW BI 769 Introduction to Weebly 3 sessions (9 hours); $ , M/W; January 5, 7, 12, 2015 You may have heard of WordPress and tried to create a site yourself. Only to find it s much more complex than it seems. This course introduces those who wish to create simple websites to the power of Weebly. Weebly is a simple WYSIWYG editing tool that makes creating a website simple and easy. In addition to handson activities, attendees will learn the basic techniques for creating a Weebly site, including: Securing a Domain Name Implementing a Weebly theme Learning the tool s features Creating several pages Uploading images Creating links Writing blog content Course participants should have a basic level of content for his/her site already developed in Word or another editing tool. Also, attendees will be required to fund the website hosting on their own charge card, and must have a valid address. NEW BI 765 Google AdWords I 4 sessions (12 hours); $ , M/W; January 14, 21, 26, 28, 2015 (no class 1/19) Google AdWords is simple to start using, but is extremely challenging to effectively and efficiently manage an advertising campaign without the right training. Managing an AdWords campaign involves constant monitoring, analysis, and refinement to improve campaign performance and get the most ROI. This course is designed for marketing professionals who have basic end-user computing skills who will create and manage ads and campaigns with Google AdWords. Students will be required to fund a $25 advertising campaign on their own charge card, and will have or must create a Gmail account. In this course, you will create a Google AdWords account and run a basic marketing campaign. You will: Create and navigate a Google AdWords account. Create and manage ad campaigns. Work with keywords. Write ads for Google AdWords. Manage bidding and budgets. Launch and manage ads. Create financial and performance reports. BI 763 Mobile Social Media Marketing 1 sessions (6 hours); $ , Sat; February 7, 2015 Hours: 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. More than 1 billion people worldwide are using mobile social media to share their thoughts, opinions, memories, and even purchase behavior. With the rapid increase in mobile use, it can be challenging for business owners to reach their audience. This session focuses strategic marketers tactics to evaluate mobile social marketing opportunities. It also covers how mobile social marketing fit in other social marketing plans, and how brands can tap content, games, and entertainment to spread mobile word of mouth? BI 721 Introduction to Social Media for Business 3 sessions (9 hours); $ , M/W; February 2, 4, 9, 2015 Successful social media marketing requires a deep understanding in how consumers and businesses use each of the major social networking platforms. Each platform provides different functionality and limitations. Understanding effective tactics to maximize the potential each platform holds are essential in the effective implementation of your social media marketing strategy. This course looks at the current, most important social media platforms Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Google Plus, and Pinterest. It focuses on: Deciding which platforms are most important for your business to focus on depending on your target market; Understanding the basic functionality, restrictions, as well as recommended tactics for each site; and Best practices for maximizing the marketing potential of each platform through examining case studies. BI 767 Introduction to Google Analytics 3 sessions (9 hours); $ , February 11, 16, 18, 2015 Google Analytics is free to use and easy to set up. It allows your organization to track user actions on your web properties and use Google Analytics rich reporting and analysis tools to analyze data, measure discrete interactions on your site, and qualify the success of your web initiatives. With Google Analytics, you can define success metrics for your website and measure that performance through data analysis. Google Analytics also lets you monitor your site in real-time, and provide alerts when events occur that are out of the norm. Although it is easy to start using Google Analytics, its robust and complex suite of tools will take time to master. In this course, you will create a Google Analytics account, create multiple web properties to monitor, and tag website pages with Google Analytics tracking code. You will then create multiple views for collecting and analyzing data, and create filters, goals, and funnels for your views. You will then use Google Analytics real-time reports and dashboards to perform quick analysis of your monitored websites. Finally, you will perform more in-depth analysis of website data by using Google Analytics reports. This course is designed for web administrators, marketing professionals, sales professionals, and executives with basic computer and Internet skills who wish to perform baseline analysis of website traffic or online advertising campaigns for a variety of reasons, including website performance improvement, increasing customer reach, and increasing sales. In this course, you will implement Google Analytics and perform analysis by using standard reports. In this course, you will: Implement Google Analytics. Manage Google Analytics accounts. Perform analysis with real time reports. Perform analysis with standard reports. Perform in-depth analysis with specific reports. To register, call: (201) SPRING

19 BUSINESS & INDUSTRY BI 764 Social Media Change Management Getting People Onboard 1 sessions (6 hours); $ , Sat; February 14, 2015 Hours: 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. This module addresses the key challenges of implementing a new social media effort into your business or non-profit. In some cases, the traditional organization and decision makers do not accept social media skills. In this course we will focus on providing the participants with best practices and tools to help them receive less resistance when implementing a social media program in their office. Topics covered with lecture and interactive exercises include: understanding organizations inertia and the levers to overcome; identifying influencers and their motivations and priorities; and defining value proposition and strategic direction of targeted change and how to communicate and engagement. BI 768 Social Media Policy Development Risk & Compliance 1 sessions (6 hours); $ , Sat; February 21, 2015 Hours: 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. Social media policies and social media guidelines have become an essential component of social media marketing strategy. In this course, case studies, examples, and tools will be shared to help participants develop a social media policy that comply with the National Labor Relations Act and is effective in their workplace, including: The risks of posting on personal vs. company social networking profiles. Free speech rights and what employers can prohibit employees from saying online. What type of information should be confidential, what s okay to share and how to tell the difference. Your personal privacy rights at work and the rights employers have to monitor how their employees use social media. How not to infringe on the rights of Copyright and Intellectual Property owners. How the FTC Disclosure Guidelines apply to employees who use social media for work. BI 770 Engaging Influencers through Social Media 2 sessions (6 hours); $ , M/W; February 23, 25, 2015 Advanced social media marketing practitioners understand that engaging influencers via social media is a strategic initiative. They also know that influencer engagement is a two-way relationship where both parties need to see the value for it to work. This course provides participants with insights on the practice of influencer discovery, engagement, and measurement, including: Identifying and understanding your influencers based on their reach, resonance, and relevance to your market. Discovering most relevant influencers for your campaign. Following influencers contribution on your issues. Building engagement strategies based on research. Engaging the most relevant influencers and optimizing returns. Building relationships with the right influencers to maximize the impact on your products, brands, and business. Measuring the results of your outreach campaign. Tracking outreach campaign success with data-rich feedback that brands and agencies can both use. BI 722 Developing a Successful Content Marketing Strategy 4 sessions (12 hours); $ , M/W; March 2, 4, 9, 11, 2015 This course examines how to develop and implement a successful contentmarketing strategy to engage customers and generate leads and sales through social media channels. Through a combination of readings, case-study discussions, and exercises, we study various paid promotional opportunities and inbound marketing techniques that provide the foundation for social media marketing. During this course, participants will begin developing content for their social media needs, including blogs, images, content collection, and more. This course assumes that participants have a basic familiarity with the key social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube. BI 723 Social Media Marketing Campaigns 4 sessions (12 hours); $ , M/W; March 23, 25, 30, April1, 2015 This course develops participant s ability to effectively and successfully create and implement a social media marketing campaign, plus, evaluate and measure its success. Intensive skill building will be placed on creating, applying and integrating the appropriate social media tools to meet the marketing objectives of your business. The course focuses on key elements, such as audience, campaign objectives, strategic plan, tactics, tools, and metrics to measure the campaign. Hands-on activities, readings, and case studies will be shared throughout this course to help students gain a foundational understanding of social media marketing. 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BI 725 Social Media Analytics 4 sessions (12 hours); $ , M/W; April 22, 27, 29, May 4, 2015 (no class 4/13) Social media presents communicators with an unparalleled ability to measure and track a deluge of data in order to derive insights on the effectiveness of their campaigns. This has made analytics one of the most critical tools in the social media marketer s arsenal. This course will give students a working knowledge of the analytics process and analytics tools along with their application to communications objectives within real-world situations. Best practices, case studies across B2B and B2C brands that have integrated social media into their business plan are discussed. There are team-based exercises to determine the Key Performance Indicators (KPI s) that are right for your business. You ll leave with an understanding of the principles plus the work plan to measure and prove ROI of social media for your brand. 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An additional 15 hour elective course, Project Management Certification Exam Preparation (CD 570) will help students prepare for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification a globally recognized project management credential. Textbook available in the BCC bookstore: The Complete PMP Exam Prep System; The PMBOK Guide, 5th Ed. Selected core courses and electives are available each semester. Total 7 Core Courses: 78 Hours Tuition: $3,905 Total 7 Core Courses and 1 Elective 93 Hours Tuition: $4720 Additional information contact: Andrea Schaffel, Program Supervisor at (201) or CD 563 Introduction to Project Management 9 hours, 3 sessions; $ , T/Th; January 22, 27, 29, 2015 Hours: 7:00 10:00 p.m. Location: Paramus Students will review fundamental management principles, building skills foundational to project management. The course will integrate theories and methodologies of management, using case studies to demonstrate the application of these concepts in project management. 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Students will learn to identify risk, diagnose the impact of change, and implement appropriate project management strategies. Instructor: JoAnn Mitchell, PMP CD 566 Leadership for the Project Manager 9 hours, 3 sessions; $ , T/Th; March 31, April 2, 9, 2015 (no class 4/7) Hours: 7:00 10:00 p.m. Location: Paramus Leadership is key to successful project management. Examine critical leadership issues, including the difference between leadership and management, and the organizational dynamics affecting project management. Learn to formulate decisionmaking strategies crucial to effective project management. Instructor: Jack Reilly, PMP CD 568 IT/IS Systems Project Management 12 hours, 4 sessions; $ , M/W; April 13, 15, 20, 22, 2015 Hours: 7:00-10:00 p.m. Location: S 343 Students will learn how to implement project management methodologies within an information technology and information systems setting. Instructor: Leon Vaks ELECTIVE CD 570 Project Management Certification Exam Preparation 15 hours, 5 sessions; $ , T/Th; April 28, 30, May 5, 7, 2015 Hours: 7:00-10:00 p.m. Project managers with a globally-recognized project management credential gain a competitive edge in a challenging workforce. Students are encouraged to visit the Project Management Institute web page for further information on requirements for achieving a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. Instructor: Jack Reilly, PMP CD 567 Personnel Management, Team Building and the Project Team 12 hours, 4 sessions; $ , T/Th; February 24, 26, March 3, 5, 2015 Hours: 7:00-10:00 p.m. Location: Paramus Learn to develop individual personnel into a cohesive project team through teambuilding exercises. Acquire techniques for identifying and enhancing the individual strengths of personnel, and bring difficult team members to unified focal points. 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