Spring 2013 Catalog
PCC Continuing Education's Spring 2013 course catalog.
>PHONE DIRECTORY MAIN PHONE (252) 493-7388 Dr. David Lusk, Dean of Continuing Education and Community Development 493-7319 Vickie Carr, Administrative Assistant 493-7260 JoAnn Elkins, Assistant Registrar 493-7657 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Jim Ensor, Director Entrepreneurship and Community Development Gail Nichols, Coordinator for Entrepreneurial Education Larry Biggs, Small Business Counselor Wendy Dunbar, Administrative Secretary, Small Business Center Glenda Joyner, Coordinator, HRD Cindy Halliday, Coordinator for Computer Instruction Dan Thomas, Coordinator, Sustainable Energy Lisa Smith, Coordinator for Community Development Mary Higgs, Administrative Support Hilda Barrow, Dean of Foundational Studies Katrina Arnold, Basic Skills Plus Counselor, Interim Director of Tutoring and Academic Success Marilyn Beaumont, Coordinator Tammy Buck, Coordinator, Compensatory Education Laura Corbett, Data Management Specialist Jackie Dickens, Compensatory Education Instructor Jan Fisher, Coordinator, ESL Belinda Grubbs, Instructor/Coordinator of GED, AHS, Learning Center Anna Holtvedt, Learning Center Instructor Mary Hopkins, Instructor/Coordinator of Assessment/Orientation Ella Pitt, Administrative Secretary, Transitional Studies Department Jean Sherrod, Instructor/Coordinator of Basic Skills Tereasa Staton, Instructor/Coordinator of Basic Skills, Work Place Literacy Beverly Webster, Chief GED Examiner Peggy Williams, Compensatory Education Instructor 493-7541 493-7625 493-7660 493-7528 493-7551 493-7387 493-7583 493-7317 493-7388 493-7416 493-7552 493-7340 524-5102 493-7265 752-7298 493-7213 493-7560 493-7342 493-7628 493-7396 493-7526 493-7377 493-7606 TRANSITIONAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT OF FOUNDATIONAL STUDIES DIVISION PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING Jeff Robinson, Director, Law Enforcement Training, Fire, and EMS 493-7572 Wendy Wooten, Administrative Secretary, Law Enforcement Training 493-7572 Ryan Willhite, Coordinator, Law Enforcement Training 493-7571/493-7723 Alexandrea McCoy, Administrative Secretary, Fire, EMS, Emergency Management 493-7238 Thomas Forrest, Coordinator, Detention/Corrections/Security 493-7214 Jani Virag, School Director, Fire/Rescue Training 493-7742 David Clary, School Director, EMS/Paramedic Training 493-7742 Justin Stargardt, Coordinator, Fire, EMS 493-7742 HEALTH CARE SERVICES/ NURSING ASSISTANT PROGRAMS Sidette Brown, Director, Health Care Services Glenda Dunn-Cannon, Administrative Secretary Debra Premo, RN, Program Coordinator/Nursing Assistant Programs 493-7233 493-7225 493-7733 493-7216 493-7584 493-7549 493-7266 757-3980 493-7388 BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY SERVICES Mary Paramore, Director, Business and Industry Services Jerry L. Jones, Coordinator for Industrial Instruction Karen Vines, CRC Administrator Brandy Maxwell, Administrative Secretary COMMUNITY OUTREACH Ernis A. Lee, Director of College Outreach Angela Moore, Admissions & Registration TABLE OF CONTENTS GET THE BASICS 4 GROW YOUR BUSINESS 18 Transitional Studies.............................................................. 4 Compensatory Education..................................................... 6 English as a Second Language (ESL).................................... 6 Find A Job............................................................................ 7 Manage Your Money............................................................ 7 Getting Started...................................................................18 Finances..............................................................................19 Marketing........................................................................... 20 GET TO KNOW YOUR COMPUTER WANT SOMETHING FUN? 22 24 START A NEW CAREER 8 Barber School....................................................................... 8 Electrician.............................................................................8 General Contractor................................................................ 8 Health Care........................................................................... 9 Insurance Agent................................................................. 12 Notary Public...................................................................... 13 Plumber.............................................................................. 13 Public Safety....................................................................... 13 Real Estate.......................................................................... 13 Try Something New.............................................................24 Become an Artist.................................................................25 Find Your Groove..................................................................25 LIVE LIFE IN THE FAST LANE 28 30 Driver Improvement............................................................28 Motorcycle Safety................................................................28 FURTHER YOUR CAREER 14 FIND OUT MORE Auto Technician.................................................................. 14 Construction Trades............................................................ 14 Real Estate .........................................................................15 About Continuing Education...............................................30 Campus Map.......................................................................32 Policies............................................................................... 33 Registration........................................................................34 CONNECT WITH US! WE'D LOVE FOR YOU TO CONNECT WITH US! THROUGHOUT THIS CATALOG WE HAVE PLACED OUR LIKE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR UPDATES OR SCAN THE CODE TO GET TO THE INFO YOU NEED! Legal residents of North Carolina 65 and above are allowed to take one FREE Occupational Extension Course per semester. FACEBOOK INFO & QR CODES * DENOTES THE COURSES SENIOR CITIZENS MAY TAKE FOR FREE! GET THE BASICS >TRANSITIONAL STUDIES Transitional Studies (Basic Skills Education) Basic Skills Education (transitional studies) classes are tuition-free programs offered on campus and throughout Pitt County for the adult learner. For information about Basic Skills Education and/ or Basic Skills Programs, including Adult Basic Education (ABE), General Educational Development (GED), Adult High School (AHS), or Work Place Literacy, please contact Ella Pitt at 493-7396. Returning Students: We Miss You! Orientation & Assessment for Returning Students: ABE, GED, AHS. Hours: Day or Evening Sessions If you are a former student and last attended during the Fall 2012 but dropped out prior to October 5, please contact Mary Hopkins at (252) 493-7628 to make an appointment before returning. Returning Student Assessments are scheduled on Tuesdays. Adult Basic Education (ABE)- Main Campus Hours: Vary ABE is a basic skills program designed to help adults (16 years of age or older) improve reading, math, writing, spelling, and language skills. For more information on campus Day Classes, please contact Belinda Grubbs at 493-7560. For more information on Off Campus (Community) Day Classes, please contact Tereasa Staton at 493-7377. For more information on Off Campus (Community) Evening Classes, please contact Jean Sherrod at 493-7526. Cost: Free. Main Campus: Day Classes Class Dates Days BSP 1&2 01/07-05/09 MTWTH BSP 3 01/07-05/09 MTWTH BSP 4 01/07-05/09 MTWTH BSP (multi) 01/07-05/09 MTWTH Main Campus: Evening Classes Class Dates Days BSP 1&2 01/07-05/08 MW BSP Math 01/08-05/09 TTH BSP 01/07-05/08 MW BSP 3 01/07-05/08 MW BSP 3 01/08-05/09 TTH BSP 4 01/07-05/08 MW BSP 4 01/08-05/09 TTH Times 08:00a-01:00p 08:00a-01:00p 08:00a-01:00p 01:00p-04:00p Times 06:00p-09:00p 06:00p-09:00p 06:00p-09:00p 06:00p-09:00p 06:00p-09:00p 06:00p-09:00p 06:00p-09:00p Location GHL112 GHL216 GHL217 GHL216 Location GHL110 GHL110 GHL112 GHL216 GHL216 GHL217 GHL217 New Students: Welcome to Transitional Studies (Basic Skills)! Hours: Day Sessions, 12 or Evening Sessions, 10.5 Orientation & Assessment for New Students: ABE, GED, AHS. To be eligible for enrollment, potential students need to complete a Basic Skills Orientation and Assessment session. Please note that Orientation & Assessment is a required session over a period of three days/evenings. Registration is on a firstcome, first-served basis. Orientation may be conducted at other days/times BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. SEATING IS LIMITED. All students need to present a valid government or state-issued picture ID on the first day/ evening of orientation. If you have any questions, please contact Mary Hopkins at 493-7628 or Jean Sherrod at 493-7526. Cost: Free. Minor Students: Students who are 16 or 17 years old are required to meet with Mary Hopkins before attending orientation. Call Ms. Hopkins at 493-7628 to make an appointment. In addition, students who are 16 or 17 years old are required to bring a notarized release form. NOTE: If you are a former student and last attended in the Summer 2012 or before, you must attend New Student Orientation. Orientation Schedule for Spring 2013 Day sessions Jan 7, 8, 10 Jan 14, 15, 17 Jan 28, 29, 31 Mar 4, 5, 7 Mar 11, 12, 14 Days MTTH MTTH MTTH MTTH MTTH Time s 08:30a-12:30p 08:30a-12:30p 08:30a-12:30p 08:30a-12:30p 08:30a-12:30p Times 05:30p-09:00p 05:30p-09:00p 05:30p-09:00p 05:30p-09:00p 05:30p-09:00p Location GHL 143 GHL 143 GHL 143 GHL 143 GHL 143 Location GHL 143 GHL 143 GHL 143 GHL 143 GHL 143 Evening sessions Days Jan 7, 8, 10 MTTH Jan 14, 15, 17 MTTH Jan 28, 29, 31 MTTH Mar 4, 5, 7 MTTH Mar 11, 12, 14 MTTH * DENOTES THE COURSES SENIOR CITIZENS MAY TAKE FOR FREE! Legal residents of North Carolina 65 and above are allowed to take one FREE Occupational Extension Course per semester. 4 SPRING 2013 | WWW.PITTCC.EDU/CONTINUING-EDUCATION Adult Basic Education (ABE)- Off Campus Hours: Vary ABE is a basic skills program designed to help adults (16 years of age or older) improve reading, math, writing, spelling, and language skills. For more information on Off Campus (Community) Day Classes, please contact Tereasa Staton at 493-7377. For more information on Off Campus (Community) Evening Classes, please contact Jean Sherrod at 493-7526. Cost: Free. Off Campus: Day Classes Class Dates Days BSP 01/07-05/10 MTWTHF BSP 01/08-05/09 TTH BSP 01/07-05/10 MTWTHF BSP 01/07-05/09 MTWTH BSP 01/07-05/09 MTWTH BSP 01/07-05/08 MW BSP 01/08-05/09 TTH BSP 01/08-05/09 TTH BSP 01/07-05/08 MW BSP 01/07-05/09 MTWTH BSP 01/07-05/08 MW BSP 01/08-05/09 TTH BSP 01/08-05/09 TTH BSP 01/08-05/09 TTH BSP 01/07-05/09 MTWTH BSP 01/08-05/09 TTH BSP 01/08-05/08 TTH BSP 01/08-05/09 TTH BSP 01/07-05/09 MTWTH Times Location 08:30a-01:30p IGCC 05:30p-08:30p IGCC 08:30a-01:30p GHA 08:30a-12:30p FHA 09:00a-12:00p BEC 05:30p-08:30p BEC 06:00p-09:00p 309 06:30p-09:00p 412 05:30p-08:30p 334 08:30a-12:30p 308 06:00p-09:00p 308 06:00p-08:00p 346 06:00p-09:00p 201 06:00p-09:00p KCC 12:30p-03:30p 297 06:00p-09:00p FLIB 09:00a-12:00p S. Gâ€™ville Rec Ctr 06:00p-09:00p Antioch Church 09:00a-01:00p Ayden Rec. Ctr Basic Skills Learning Center Hours: Vary The Learning Center provides adults with opportunities to improve reading, math, and writing skills and/or to prepare for the Test for General Educational Development (GED). The Center offers individualized instruction in an open lab format and provides a wealth of resources for the adult learner. For more information, please contact Belinda Grubbs at 493-7560. Cost: Free. Dates 01/07-05/09 Hours: Vary Days MTWTH Times 08:00a-08:00p Location GHL207 General Educational Development (GED) GED is a program designed to prepare adult students to take the five GED tests (Mathematics, Writing, Language Arts Reading, Social Studies, Science) that lead to a high school equivalency diploma. For more information on GED classes, please contact Belinda Grubbs at 493-7560. Cost: Free. Class Dates GED Prep 01/07-05/09 GED Prep 01/07-05/09 Math Prep 01/11-05/10 Days MTWTH MTWTH F Times Location 08:00a-01:00p GHL218 08:00a-08:00p GHL207 (Lab) 08:00a-12:00p GHL218 GED Testing Hours: Vary Students are expected to attend classes, pass a GED Practice test, and must be referred by an instructor to take a GED test. A fee of $25 is charged; North Carolina picture identification is required and must be presented before EACH test. For additional information, please contact Beverly Webster at 493-7606. Cost $25.00. Dates 01/14-05/08 01/14-04/30 Days MTWTH MT Times 09:00a & 12:00p 06:00p Location CWE151 CWE151 Adult High School (AHS) Hours: Vary AHS is a program designed for adult students who wish to earn a high school diploma by completing course credit not previously earned in a traditional high school setting. Courses not listed may be offered as independent studies. For courses not offered in a classroom setting, twelve (12) hours/course/ week are required. For more information on AHS classes, please contact Belinda Grubbs at 493-7560. Cost: Free Class Dates US History - A 01/22-03/14 Holocaust Expl. 01/22-03/14 Algebra 2 01/22-03/14 English 3 01/22-03/14 US History - B 03/18-05/09 AHS Success 03/18-05/09 Pre-Calculus 03/18-05/09 English 4(Sec. 1) 03/18-05/09 Indepen. Study 01/07-05/09 Days MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH Times 08:30a-11:30a 11:30a-01:00p 01:30p-04:30p 05:00p-08:00p 08:30a-11:30a 11:30a-01:00p 01:30p-04:30p 05:00p-08:00p 01:00p-05:00p Location GHL202 GHL202 GHL217 GHL218 GHL202 GHL202 GHL217 GHL202 GHL202 NOTE: GED Testing starts January 14, 2013 with prior referral from your instructor. No GED Testing on 1/21/13 and 2/13/13 and no evening GED Testing 3/4& 5/13. Last date for GED Testing daytime is May 8 and evening is April 30. Achieving College Entry (ACE) Lab Offered through the Learning Center (Leslie 207), the ACE Lab is designed to help students review math, reading, and writing skills in preparation for the college placement testing. The lab is free and available to any individual who has a high school diploma or GED and meets TABE testing requirements. For more information, contact Belinda Grubbs at 493-7560. Cost: Free. TRANSITIONAL STUDIES QR CODE WorkPlace Basic Skills Hours: Vary For information on starting a Basic Skills class in your workplace, call Tereasa Staton at 493-7377. Cost: Free. TIMES, DATES, PRICING, AND LOCATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR THE LATEST UPDATES. GET THE BASICS | SPRING 2013 5 >COMPENSATORY EDUCATION Compensatory Education Hours: Vary Compensatory Education is a program that serves adults with intellectual disabilities. The program provides students with skills to become more independent and self-directed and to meet and manage community, social, work, and personal adult responsibilities. For more information on Compensatory Education classes, please contact Tammy Buck at 493-7209. English as a Second Language (ESL) Hours: Vary ESL is a program of instruction designed to help adults with limited or no English language proficiency. Classes are designed to improve English reading, writing, and communication skills. For more information on ESL classes, please contact Jan Fisher at 493-7213. Cost: Free. Class Dates Beginning 01/07-05/09 Beginning 01/07-05/09 Intermediate 01/07-05/09 Intermediate 1 01/07-05/09 Intermediate 2 01/07-05/09 Advanced 01/07-05/09 Advanced 01/07-05/09 Lab 01/07-05/09 Communication 01/07-05/09 Dist. Learning 01/07-05/09 Transitional 01/07-05/07 Level 1 01/07-05/09 Level 2 01/07-05/09 Lab 01/07-05/09 Days MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MT MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH Times Location 08:00a-12:00p GHL110 06:00p-09:00p GHL110 08:00a-12:00p GHL111 06:00p-09:00p GHL132 06:00p-09:00p GHL111 08:00a-12:00p GHL125 06:00p-09:00p GHL125 12:00p-01:30p GHL125 12:15p-01:15p GHL111 DVD & online GHL125 07:00p-09:00p GHL126 08:00a-12:00p 354 08:00a-12:00p 354 12:00p-01:00p 354 >ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) ESL Orientation & Assessment: New and Returning Students Hours: 3 To be eligible for enrollment in an ESL class, new and returning students need to complete an ESL Orientation and Assessment session. Please allow three hours for the ESL Orientation & Assessment session. Registration is on a first- come, first-served basis. Dates January 10, 17, 24, 31 February 7, 14, 21, 28 January 11, 18, 25 February 1, 8, 15, 22 Days Thursday night Thursday night Friday morning Friday morning Times 05:00pm 05:00pm 09:00am 09:00am Location GHL126 GHL126 GHL125 GHL125 >Find ESL on Facebook! Orientations may be conducted at other days/times by appointment only. For additional information or questions, please contact Jan Fisher at 493-7213. Cost: Free. At Pitt Community College's Division of Continuing Education and Community Development, we offer a variety of health care classes that prepare you for employment in the ever-evolving medical field. Continuing Education Health care programs provide courses for those who need to train, retrain, and update their skills in a professional area. The programs offered by the division are of the highest quality in classroom, lab and clinical instruction. A LIST OF COURSES OFFERED CHECK OUT ON PG. 9 6 FOR MORE INFORMATION SIDETTE BROWN AT 493-7233 SPRING 2013 |CONTACT WWW.PITTCC.EDU/CONTINUING-EDUCATION >FIND A JOB Basic Job Search Hours: 32 Acquire the skills needed to begin a successful job search in today’s economy! Learn the ins and outs of the job application process from how to find job opportunities to filling out the application. Also included are tips on time management, the basics of customer service, and an introduction to the interview process. Cost: FREE for those who qualify. ID 71683 71685 71686 71687 Dates 01/07-01/17 02/04-02/14 03/05-03/14 04/09-04/19 Days MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH Times 01:00p-05:00p 01:00p-05:00p 01:00p-05:00p 01:00p-05:00p Location ESC ESC ESC ESC >MANAGE YOUR MONEY Money Smart Hours: 24 Enhance your money skills! This course is designed to build financial knowledge provide an understanding of credit and banking services and develop financial confidence. COST: FREE for those who qualify. ID Dates 71706 03/12-03/21 71707 04/23-05/02 Days TWTH TWTH Times 06:00p-10:00p 06:00p-10:00p Location GS104 GS104 How to Improve Your Credit Score Hours: 3 * Job Interview Clinic Hours: 24 A six hour clinic designed to enhance the participants’ interview skills by exploring values and work ethic. This clinic will help you to interview successfully, to be prepared to answer an employer’s questions, to ask questions you are likely to be asked and to prepare a list of questions you will want to have answered. Cost: FREE for those who qualify. ID 71688 71689 71690 Dates 01/15-01/24 02/11-02/21 04/09-04/18 Days TWTH TWTH TWTH Times 06:00p-10:00p 06:00p-10:00p 06:00p-10:00p Location GS104 GS104 GS104 With the new credit card laws and the scoring changes made by the three credit bureaus, the rules for having a “good” credit score have changed. “Good “ credit is now considered to be 740 and above compared to 680 a year ago. In this seminar you will learn the legal and ethical ways a person can increase their credit score. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71447 02/26 Days T Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS301 FIND A JOB QR CODE Employability Lab Hours: Varies This course provides employability skills training for unemployed and underemployed adults. The curriculum framework must address each of the six core HRD components. Instruction is designed to be self-directed, self-paced, and structured on an open-entry, open-exit basis to meet the customized needs of individuals and/or partner agencies at JobLink (One-Stop) Career Centers. Membership hours are counted on a contact hour basis. COST: FREE for those who qualify. ID Dates Days 71708 01/03-05/15 MTWTHF Times Location 09:30a-01:00p JobLink/ESC GET THE UPDATES YOU NEED! >Find Continuing Ed on /PCCContinuingEd Basic Computer Skills Hours: Varies This course provides employability skills training for unemployed and underemployed adults. The curriculum framework is designed to introduce computers and computer terms, develop a moderate comfort level of basic computer-use skills, introduce the Internet and develop email capabilities, and develop skills in navigating the Internet and using search engines. Cost is free for those who qualify for HRD Fee Waiver. ID 71709 71710 71711 71712 Dates 01/07-02/06 02/25-03/20 02/18-03/13 03/26-04/18 Days MW MW TTH TTH Times 09:00-12:00p 09:00-12:00p 06:00-09:00p 06:00-09:00p Location GS402 GS402 GS402 GS402 Facebook! MANAGE YOUR MONEY QR CODE 7 GET THE BASICS | SPRING 2013 START A NEW CAREER >BARBER SCHOOL Barber School Beginning Day Hours: 812 >ELECTRICIAN * Electrical Licensing Prep Hours: 32 This class prepares students for the NC Electrical Exam. Topics covered include definitions, requirements for electrical installations, wiring methods and materials, equipment, special occupancies, special conditions and communication systems. Cost: $125 ID Dates Days Times Location 71498 04/08-04/18 MTWTH 06:00p-10:00p Ayden Vo –Tech This course covers the first half of the qualifying classroom and clinical education necessary to sit for the NC Barber Licensing examination. Cost: $181.25 additional tools and uniforms are required. ID Dates 71522 12/10-05/24 Days MTWTHF Times 08:00a-05:00p Location Altitude Barber School Advanced Day Hours: 812 * This course covers the second half of the qualifying classroom and clinical education necessary to sit for the NC Barber Licensing examination. Pre-requisite: 750 hrs of accredited barber training. Cost: $181.25 additional tools and uniforms are required. ID Dates 70367 12/10-05/24 Days MTWTHF Times 08:00a-05:00p Location Altitude >GENERAL CONTRACTOR Blue Print Reading and NC Residential Codes Hours: 40 This course is designed to help students pass the NC General Contractors Licensing Exam. Cost: $125 ID Dates Days Times Location 71495 02/18-03/01 MTWTHF 06:00p-10:00p Ayden Vo –Tech Barber School Night Lab Hours:524 * This course covers the qualifying classroom and clinical education necessary to sit for the NC Barber Licensing examination. Pre-requisite: 336 hrs. of accredited barber training. Cost: $181.25 additional tools and uniforms are required. ID Dates 71533 12/03-05/30 Days TWTHF S Times Location 05:30p-09:30p Altitude 08:30a-12:30p Altitude NC Residential Contractor Licensing Prep Hours: 30 This 30 hour course is designed to guide and assist licensing candidates in their successful preparation for the NC Residential Contractor Exam. Cost: $125 ID Dates Days Times Location 71496 01/14-01/30 MTWTH 06:00p-09:00p Ayden Vo –Tech Lead Renovation Repair & Painting Certification Hours: 8 BARBER SCHOOL QR CODE This course provides the necessary training to become certified in lead-safe practices in order to renovate, repair or paint a pre-1978 dwelling Cost $195 ID Dates 71493 01/25 71494 03/19 Days F T Times Location 08:00a-05:00p Ayden Vo –Tech 08:00a-05:00p Ayden Vo –Tech 8 SPRING 2013 | WWW.PITTCC.EDU/CONTINUING-EDUCATION >HEALTH CARE Nursing Assistant I Hours: 144 Nursing Assistant I Refresher * Hours 40 Pre-requisite: Must be previously listed as a NAI. This course offers a Refresher on Nursing Assistant I materials and skills. The student is eligible if NAI is expired or certified in another state and desires certification in NC. A photo ID copy is needed and verification of Social Security Card. Both photo ID and SS card must match for NACES Testing. Cost $130. NACES Testing: $101.00. ID Dates 69539 01/15-02/14 71576 05/01-05/30 Days TTH WTH Times Location 01:00p-05:00p GS 303 01:00p-05:00p GS 303 Certified Nurse Assistants play a vital role in health care delivery by providing routine patient care. Working under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), the CNA responds to patient's needs, check blood pressure, temperature, pulse and breathing. This 144-hour Certified Nurse Assistant training program is designed to prepare individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to provide personal care and perform basic nursing skills. It includes classroom, lab, and clinical learning experiences. At the end of the course, the successful graduate will receive a certificate of course completion and assistance with application process for the NACES/Pearson Vue NC State Competency Examination ($101). Cost of tuition $208, Books approximately $95. ID 69933 Clinical 69936 Clinical 69934 Clinical 69935 Clinical 69937 Clinical 71523 Clinical 71524 Clinical 71531 Clinical 71532 Clinical Dates 01/05-04/20 03/23-04/14 01/07-04/22 03/26-04/15 01/09-04/18 03/27-04/11 01/09-04/18 03/27-04/11 01/09-04/18 03/27-04/11 04/27-08/10 07/20-08/04 04/29-08/06 07/15-07/30 05/01-08/08 07/17-08/01 05/01-08/08 07/17-08/01 Days S SSU MT MT WTH WTH WTH WTH WTH WTH S SSU MT MT WTH WTH WTH WTH Times Location 08:00a-05:00p GS 115 06:45a-03:15p TBA 06:00p-10:00p GS 115 01:00p-09:30p TBA 08:00a-12:00p GS 115 06:45a-03:15p TBA 01:00p-05:00p GS 115 02:45p-11:15p TBA 06:00p-10:00p GS 115 02:45p-11:15p TBA 08:00a-05:00p GS 115 06:45a-03:15p TBA 05:30p-10:00p GS 115 02:45p-11:15p TBA 08:00a-12:30p GS 115 06:45a-03:15p TBA 05:30p-10:00p GS 115 02:45p-11:15p TBA Medication Aide Hours: 24 * This course is designed to meet the training requirements for becoming qualified to be a Medication Aide. The course will cover the six rights of medication administration for non-licensed personnel. Topics will include medication administration via the oral, topical and instillation routes, medical asepsis, hand hygiene, terminology, and legal implications. Upon completion, students should be able to take the competency exam and demonstrate skills necessary to qualify for listing on the North Carolina Medication Aide Registry. Tuition Cost: $ 75, Book approximately $10. ID Dates 69538 01/23-02/27 71577 07/09-07/30 Days W T Times Location 01:00p-05:00p GS 303 09:00a-04:00p GS 303 CPR Healthcare Provider Hours: 6 * Healthcare Provider is a basic life support course including relief or foreign body airway obstruction, 1 and 2 rescuers CPR in infant, child, and adult, and use of automated external defibrillators in adult and child. Tuition Cost $ 75, Book $16 (AHA-Health Care Providers) & Face Mask $10.95 (+tax) at PCC bookstore. ID 69541 69543 69545 69546 71578 71582 71583 71584 71588 Dates 01/11-01/11 01/12-01/12 02/08-02/08 03/01-03/01 04/26-04/26 05/17-05/17 05/18-05/18 06/07-06/07 08/09-08/09 Days F S F F F F S F F Times Location 08:30a-03:30p GS 404 08:30a-03:30p GS 404 08:30a-03:30p GS 404 08:30a-03:30p GS 404 08:30a-03:30p GS 404 08:30a-03:30p GS 404 08:30a-03:30p GS 404 08:30a-03:30p GS 404 08:30a-03:30p GS 404 Nursing Assistant II Hours: 168 Pre-requisite: Nursing Assistant I * The Nursing Assistant II course teaches graduates to perform advanced nursing procedures. It includes 80 hours classroom/ lab and 88 hours clinical learning experiences. Students desiring to enroll in this class must meet admission requirements, be CPR certified, and have a current listing as a NAI with the Division of Health Services Regulations in Raleigh. Upon successful completion, the NAII graduate will be listed with the NC Board of Nursing with employment opportunities at the hospital, Doctor's office, and home health levels. Cost: $210. Books approximately $95. ID 69536 Clinical 69537 Clinical 71537 Clinical 71538 Clinical Dates 01/07 – 04/15 03/05 – 04/08 01/07 – 04/15 03/05 – 04/08 04/29 – 08/06 07/01 – 07/30 04/29 – 08/06 07/01 – 07/30 Days MT MT MT MT MT MT MT MT Times Location 08:00a-12:30p GS 115 06:45a-03:15p VIDANT 05:30p-10:00p GS 115 02:45p-11:15p VIDANT 08:00a-12:30p GS 115 06:45a-03:15p VIDANT 05:30p-10:00p GS 115 02:45p-11:15p VIDANT HEALTH CARE QR CODE TIMES, DATES, PRICING, AND LOCATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR THE LATEST UPDATES. START A NEW CAREER | SPRING 2013 9 Admission Requirements Please read all requirements below High School Graduate Copy of High School diploma or GED NC DHSR Registry Listing for N.A. I Placement Testing scores for Reading and Math (within last 3 years) Other options: College degree (transcript), Career Readiness Certificate, or a Math & English college course with at least a grade of “C” or better. Immunization record verifying vaccination or positive titer for Varicella (Chicken Pox) N.A. I: Documentation from parent or physician of positive history is sufficient. N.A. II & Phlebotomy: A “positive titer” is required; if the titer is negative then two (2) doses of the vaccine will be needed. Immunization record verifying vaccination or positive titer for Rubeola (Measles) -Two (2) doses are required of Rubeola or MMR #1 & #2. Immunization record vaccination or positive titer for Mumps -Two (2) doses are required of Mumps or MMR #1 & #2. Immunization record verifying vaccination or positive titer for Rubella (German Measles) -Two (2) doses are required of Measles or MMR #1 & MMR #2 Negative PPD (TB Skin test) in last 12 Months or a Chest X-Ray and INH if positive PPD N.A. I- “One Step” testing is sufficient. N.A. II & Phlebotomy: “Two Step” testing is required. (The second dose st to be given 2 weeks after the 1 dose) Flu Shot DPT (diphtheria, pertussis, and tetanus) within 10 years Start Hepatitis B Series Healthcare Provider CPR Verify Driver License or NC ID Card Verify Social Security Card Background Investigation Required for N.A. I No No Yes Required for N.A. II Yes Yes Yes Required for Phlebotomy Yes No Yes Mandatory Uniform and Supply List for NAI and NAII Uniform must be royal blue with white PCC logo on right side, white shoes with enclosed front. (no foam crocs) Other Items: White hose or socks, watch with a second hand, pocketsize notepad, stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, black ink pen, transfer/gait belt. Purchasing Locations - call for Discount Info: J.A. Uniform 752-2426 Uniforms Galore 355-0055 Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes (Note 2) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes (Note 3) Asset Scores Compass Scores Accuplacer College Work in Lieu of testing Reading 34 – 37 Reading 32 – 51 Reading 30+ Completion of College English Math 34 - 41 Math 22- 45 Math 30+ Completion of College Math Note 1: The Asset Test is a written test and must be scheduled. If you need to schedule a test, call 493-7561. Before scheduling placement test, please see Healthcare Programs at the Greenville Center (3107 S. Memorial Drive) to receive required testing documentation. Note 2: The Nursing Assistant II requires a Criminal Background Check specifically from www.certifiedbackground.com The cost for N.C. Residents is $34.00 non- residents $59.00. N.C. Residents should use code pi06 and out of state students should use code pi06os when registering with certified background. The date to complete the Criminal Background Check will be announced to you in class by the instructor. If you fail to complete the criminal background or have certain crimes you may be denied admission to required clinical sites and you will not receive a refund. If you have any questions regarding the criminal background requirement please call 493-7225 or 493-7733. Note 3: Phlebotomy – The Phlebotomy course requires a Criminal Background Check & Drug Screening. Criminal Background Checks and Screening will be completed via www.certifiedbackground.com. The Criminal background check cost for NC Residents is $34.00 and $59.00 for out of state students. N.C. Residents should use code pi06 and out of state students should use code pi06os when registering with certified background check. The Drug Screening test will be scheduled and paid via the website www.certifiedbackground.com at a cost of $32.00 for each student. Students should use code pi06dt for the drug screening test. Your date to complete the Criminal Background Check and Drug Screening test will be announced to you in class by the instructor. The date to complete the Criminal Background Check & Drug Screening will be announced to you in class by the instructor. A Lab coat is required before you can participate in clinical. Clinical times will be 1 full week from 8am-5pm. Clinical times will be assigned by course instructor. Required documentation provided to PCC- Students should bring copies of all the required information and keep a copy for their own records. Copies can be made on-site at a rate of .10 cents per page. NACES (NAI Certification Test Fee) ($101.00) Payable at end of NA I Course. Board of Nursing Test Fee $24.00 at end of NA II Course. 10 SPRING 2013 | WWW.PITTCC.EDU/CONTINUING-EDUCATION >HEALTH CARE EKG Monitor Technician Hours: 75 Pharmacy Technician II Hours: 40 Pre-requisite: Pharmacy Technician I * * This comprehensive 75-hour course is designed to prepare students to become employed as EKG Technician. The program focuses on Acute and Critical Care Heart Monitoring and reflects the latest knowledge in the Cardiac field. Students will learn anatomy and physiology of the heart, heart disease processes, and medical ethics, legal aspect of patient contact and function and use of the EKG machine. This program may be taken by a student with either no EKG training or by a student who previously had basic EKG training interpretation. Employment is usually at the hospital level, in an Acute or Critical Care area of the hospital setting. Cost $190, Book approximately $50. ID Dates 69445 02/05-04/09 Hours: 40 Days TTH Times Location 08:30a-12:30p GS 404 This course provides the student with basic knowledge and skills required working as a technician in a pharmacy working as a technician in a pharmacy. This course includes compounding, calculations, drug classifications, and review for certification. Cost: $126.25 ID Dates 69542 01/09-04/03 71652 05/08-07/31 Hours: 232 Days W W Times Location 06:30p-09:30p VEW 12 06:30p-09:30p VEW 12 Phlebotomy (National Certification) * Pharmacy Technician I This course is designed for employees who will be trained to work under the supervision of a pharmacist in a pharmacy. This course provides the student with basic knowledge and skills required working as a technician in a pharmacy. This course includes basic math review, drug calculations, drug classification, drug distribution, and terminology. A book is required and can be purchase at the PCC book store. Cost: $126.25. Book approximately: $73. ID Dates 69449 01/07-04/08 71651 05/06-08/05 Days M M * Phlebotomy training prepares the student to draw blood specimens from patients for the purpose of testing and analyzing blood. A phlebotomist's job includes maintenance of equipment used in obtaining blood specimen; the use of appropriate communication skills when working with patients; the selection of venipuncture sites; the care of blood specimen; and the entry of the testing process into the computer, as well as clerical duties associated with record keeping of the blood tests. The course consists of theory and clinical experiences in performing blood collections. The student must be a high school graduate or have an equivalent GED, CPR certified or scheduled to take Healthcare Provider CPR at PCC, and meet immunization requirements. One full week of clinical 8a-5p is required during the last week of course. Tuition Cost: $210. Book approximately $65. ID 69448 Clinical 71653 Clinical Dates 01/07-05/03 Varies 06/24-10/25 Varies Days MTTH MTWTHF MTTH MTWTHF Times Location 06:00p-10:00p GS 404 08:00a-05:00p TBA 06:00p-10:00p GS 404 08:00a-05:00p TBA Times Location 06:30p-09:30p VEW 12 06:30p-09:30p VEW 12 LET'S GET DOWN TO BUSINESS FREE SEMINARS We offer more than 100 free seminars each year on various business topics including: RESOURCE CENTER The Small Business Center maintains a resource area that is designed for your use as you prepare your business/market plan, conduct market/industry research, and learn new tools to help you run your business better. The center is open during normal business hours and contains: FREE CONSULTING Free, confidential one-one-one counseling services. We can assist you in the daily operation of your business. Our staff of experienced business owners can help you with: Loan Packages Business Plans Market and Industry Research Marketing Plans Financing Marketing Management Accounting/Record Keeping Computers and Internet Access Examples of Business Plans Business Reference Materials How to Books Videos and DVD's For Seminar information please contact Gail at 493-7625 or Jim at 493-7541 For Consulting Services please contact Larry at 493-7660 >INSURANCE AGENT Property & Casualty Pre-Licensing 54800 Hours: 40 This course is designed to prepare students for the N.C. State Property & Casualty Insurance Agents Examination. There is a 40-hour study requirement by DOI that will be met with the video, quizzes and study recommendations on the video. This program is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Cost: $125 registration and $220 instructional fee. ID N/A Dates 1st of every month Days All Times Any Location Online Property 54700 Hours: 20 * * This course is designed to prepare students for the N.C. State Property Examination. The course includes a video, quizzes and study recommendations on the video. This program is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Cost: $70 registration fee and $135 instructional fee. ID N/A Dates 1st of every month Days All Times Any Location Online Casualty 54900 Hours: 20 * Life & Health Pre-Licensing 54600 Hours: 40 * This course is designed to prepare students for the N.C. State Casualty Examination. The course includes a video, quizzes and study recommendations on the video. This program is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Cost: $70 registration fee and $135 instructional fee. ID N/A Dates 1st of every month Days All Times Any Location Online This course is designed to prepare students for the N.C. State Life & Health Insurance Agents Examination. There is a 40-hour study requirement by DOI that will be met with the video, quizzes and study recommendations on the video. This program is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Cost: $125 registration and $220 instructional fee. ID N/A Dates 1st of every month Days All Times Any Location Online Life 54200 Hours: 20 * North Carolina Medicare Supplement/Long Term Care 54625 Hours: 10 * This course is designed to prepare students for the N.C. State Life Insurance Agents Examination. There is a 20-hour study requirement by DOI that will be met with the video, quizzes and study recommendations on the video. This program is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Cost: $70 registration and $135 instructional fee. ID N/A Dates 1st of every month Days All Times Any Location Online This course is designed to prepare students for the N.C. State Medicare Supplement/Long Term Care Insurance Agents Examination. There is a 10-hour study requirement by DOI that will be met with the video, quizzes, and study recommendations on the video. This program is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Cost: $70 registration and $100 instruction fee. ID N/A Dates 1st of every month Days All Times Any Location Online Accident/Health 54400 Hours: 20 * Property & Casualty Adjusters Pre-Licensing 54850 Hours: 40 * This course is designed to prepare students for the N.C. State Accident/Health Insurance Agents Examination. There is a 20hour study requirement by DOI that will be met with the video, quizzes and study recommendations on the video. This program is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Cost: $70 registration and $135 instructional fee. ID N/A Dates 1st of every month Days All Times Any Location Online This course is designed to prepare students for the N.C. State Property and Casualty Adjusters Examination. There is not a prelicensing study requirement by DOI; however, students studying this adjuster specific course will increase the probability of passing the state exam. The course includes a video, quizzes and study recommendations on the video. This program is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Cost: $125 registration fee and $220 instructional fee. ID N/A Dates 1st of every month Days All Times Any Location Online NOTE: Insurance Pre-licensing Classes Individuals interested in becoming an insurance producer should review the new changes on the North Carolina Department of Insurance website at www.ncdoi.com * DENOTES THE COURSES SENIOR CITIZENS MAY TAKE FOR FREE! Legal residents of North Carolina 65 and above are allowed to take one FREE Occupational Extension Course per semester. 12 SPRING 2013 | WWW.PITTCC.EDU/CONTINUING-EDUCATION >NOTARY PUBLIC Notary Public Hours: 8 Detention Officer Certification Hours: 170 hrs. * This course is designed to prepare the students for entry into the workforce as an inexperienced Detention Officer. Approximate Cost: $160-200 ID Dates Days Course Length Location CJC33941 02/25-3/27/13 MTWTHF 32 Days GS124 This course covers information necessary for persons wanting to apply for notary public commissions. Registration requires students to be able to read, write, and speak English and present a government issued photo ID. Prior to being appointed, first-time candidates must successfully complete this course as one of the state requirements. A textbook is required and must be purchased at the PCC Bookstore prior to class. Cost: $70 ID 71480 71481 71482 71483 Dates 01/17 02/25-02/27 03/21 04/17 Days TH MW TH W Times Location 08:30a-05:30p GS301 05:30p-09:30p GS301 08:30a-05:30p GS401 08:30a-05:30p GS301 Emergency Medical Technician Hours: 201 Offers the prospective student the opportunity to learn and practice life saving skills, pertinent to today's lifestyles. EMTs accompany firefighters and law enforcement into hazardous situations, providing life saving treatment and care to those sick and wounded. Upon successful completion of the course the student will be offered the opportunity to sit for the state and national examinations and earning subsequent licensure. Costs: Tuition: $176.26, Book: $135 ID N/A Start Date 01/27 Days MTWTHF Times Location 08:00a-05:00p GS201 >PLUMBER Plumbing License Prep Hours: 30 The purpose of this course is preparation for the Plumbing Contractorsâ€™ State Exam for residential and commercial licensing. Cost: $125 ID Dates Days Times 71497 03/04-03/15 MTWTHF 06:00p-10:00p Location Ayden Vo â€“Tech Paramedic Hours: 1200 Offers the prospective student the opportunity to learn and practice life saving skills, pertinent to today's lifestyles. EMTs accompany firefighters and law enforcement into hazardous situations, providing life saving treatment and care to those sick and wounded. Upon successful completion of the course the student will be offered the opportunity to sit for the state and national examinations and earning subsequent licensure. Practices at an advanced life support level, with an advanced scope of practice. This career choice is in high demand, offering stability, great salaries and excellent job security. Costs: Tuition: $356.25, Books: Approx. $550, Uniforms/Additional Equipment: $150 ID N/A Start Date 03/18 Days MTWTHF Times Location 08:00a-05:00p GS201 >PUBLIC SAFETY Basic Law Enforcement Training Hours: 19 credit hrs. Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) is designed to give students essential skills required for entry-level employment as law enforcement officers with state, county or municipal governments or with private enterprise. This program utilizes State-commission-mandated topics and methods of instruction. 35 blocks of instruction include but are not limited to, criminal law, juvenile law, civil process, traffic crash investigations, alcoholic beverage laws, investigative, patrol, custody and court procedures, emergency responses, ethics and community relations. Successful graduates receive a curriculum certificate after passing the certification examinations mandated by the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission and/or the North Carolina Sheriff's Education and Training Standard Commission. Approximate Cost: $1200-1500 ID Dates Days Course Length Location CJC 100(D) 01/02-05/2013 MTWTHF 1 Semester GS120 CJC 100(N) 01/02-07/2013 MTWTHF 7 Months GS120 >REAL ESTATE Real Estate Pre-Licensing Hours: 80 * This course is required to satisfy the educational requirements for a provisional broker and is designed to prepare the student to pass the real estate license examination administered by the NC Real Estate Commission. Topics include basic real estate principles and practices, law and contracts, financing, closing valuation, fair housing and real estate laws. Cost $180 ID Dates 71478 01/08-03/19 Days TTH Times Location 06:00p-10:00p GS401 TIMES, DATES, PRICING, AND LOCATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR THE LATEST UPDATES. START A NEW CAREER | SPRING 2013 13 FURTHER YOUR CAREER >AUTO TECHNICIAN Auto Safety Inspection Hours: 8 >CONSTRUCTION TRADES * Building Analyst Hours: 38 * Pitt Community College is approved by the NC Division of Motor Vehicles to offer the Vehicle Safety Inspection course. This eight hour course is designed to prepare auto technicians and service personnel as safety inspectors for motor vehicles. Pre-registration and pre-payment is required. Cost: $70 ID 71399 71400 71401 71402 71403 Dates 01/10 02/14 03/14 04/11 05/09 Days TH TH TH TH TH Times Location 01:00p-09:30p CIT 124 01:00p-09:30p CIT 124 01:00p-09:30p CIT 124 01:00p-09:30p CIT 124 01:00p-09:30p CIT 124 This program is designed to teach an understanding of the “House as a System” perspective. Students learn to perform comprehensive, whole-home assessments as they learn to use state of the art diagnostic tools. They will learn to identify building problems at the root cause and then prescribe and prioritize solutions based on building science while maintaining the “DO NO HARM” priority. Successful candidates will gain the knowledge necessary to provide homeowners an overview of energy consumption and options to save money by conserving energy. Includes opportunity to sit for BPI “Building Analyst” Certification Test. Cost: $126.25 + $400 BPI testing. ID 72073 Hours: 4 Dates 03/11-03/13 03/14 03/14 03/15 Days MTW TH TH F Times Location 08:00a-05:00p GS 08:00a-12:00p GS 01:00p-05:00p Field Training 08:00a-03:00p GS OBD Emissions Control Inspections Hours: 8 * This eight-hour course is designed to prepare auto technicians and service personnel as OBD Emissions Inspectors. For initial certification, students must attend eight (8) hours of training. Pre-registration and pre-payment is required. The Action Form can be printed from our website under Continuing Education. The original form must be completed and taken to class. Cost: $80 ID Dates 71433 02/20 71434 04/17 Days W W Times Location 02:00p-10:30p CIT 124 02:00p-10:30p CIT 124 Duct Leakage Tech – Basic * This course is designed to train students to test the leakage in residential duct systems utilizing duct testing equipment. This course is for HVAC, General Contractors, and other professionals who qualify under the 2012 NC Energy Code to test the duct systems. Paperwork requirements to satisfy state regulations are also covered. Cost: $71.25 ID Dates 72072 01/14 Hours: 12 Days M Times Location 06:00p-10:00p GS OBD Emissions Recertification Hours: 5 * This five-hour course is designed for already licensed OBD Emissions Inspectors. For recertification, students must attend five (5) hours of training. Pre-registration and pre-payment is required. The Action Form can be printed from our website under Continuing Education. The original form must be completed and taken to class. Cost: $80 ID 71435 71436 71437 Dates 01/23 03/20 05/08 Days W W W Times Location 05:00p-10:00p CIT 124 05:00p-10:00p CIT 124 05:00p-10:00p CIT 124 Duct Leakage Tech – Advanced * This course is designed to train students to test the leakage in residential duct systems utilizing duct testing equipment. This course is for HVAC, General Contractors, and other professionals who qualify under the 2012 NC Energy Code to test the duct systems. Paperwork requirements to satisfy state regulations are also covered. The advanced class also covers more building science and some of the advanced testing requirements for EnergyStar compliance. Cost: $71.25 ID Dates 72070 01/22-01/29 72068 03/12-03/19 Days TTH TTH Times Location 06:00p-10:00p GS 06:00p-10:00p GS 14 SPRING 2013 | WWW.PITTCC.EDU/CONTINUING-EDUCATION Weatherization Tech-Entry Level Hours: 116 * PV Tech Entry Level Hours: 40 * The Weatherization Technician program is designed as an entry level program for students wanting to enter the residential weatherization field. Students will learn basic construction skills needed for success on any job site including safety, lead awareness, construction math, hand and power tools, basic blueprint reading, communication and employability, and material handling skills. Students will also learn basic building science, especially as it applies to airsealing, indoor air quality, safety, and energy efficiency. This will include hands-on training in identifying and sealing common air leakage points. Students will also learn how to properly mastic seal duct work and install dense pack insulation in exterior walls. Includes NCCER testing for Weatherization Tech Level 1 and opportunity to gain National Certification & Basic HRD skills. Cost: $181.25 + $15 NCCER testing. ID Dates Days 72066 01/07-01/25 MTWTHF Hours: 40 Times 08:00a-5:00p Location IGC This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of solar energy and identify what the markets and applications for Photovoltaic Technology are. Students will learn proper system sizing principles and basic design of the electrical and mechanical PV Array. This will include hands on training working with a live PV System. Includes opportunity to sit for NABCEP “PV Entry Level” Exam. Cost: $126.25 + $75 Exam. ID 72071 Dates 03/18-04/10 04/06 Days MW Sa Times Location 06:00p-10:00p KVW107-B 08:00a-05:00p MC Solar Lab >REAL ESTATE Green 100 Real Estate for a Sustainable Future Hours: 7 Students will explore issues and trends in relation to real estate’s role in finding the balance between people, planet and prosperity. Successful completers will be able to provide objective information to clients and customers on nationally recognized certifications and ratings programs that evaluate homes, products, energy efficiency and professionals. Cost: $177. ID Dates 71484 01/09 Days W Times Location 08:00a-04:00p GS301 Weatherization Tech-Experienced * The Weatherization Technician program is designed as an entry level program for students wanting to enter the residential weatherization field. Students will learn basic building science, especially as it applies to airsealing, indoor air quality, safety, and energy efficiency. This will include hands-on training in identifying and sealing common air leakage points. Students will also learn how to properly mastic seal duct work and install dense pack insulation in exterior walls. Incorporates NCCER Weatherization certification, and opportunity to gain National Certification as a Weatherization Technician from The National Center for Construction Education and Research. Cost: $126.25 + $15 NCCER testing. ID 72067 Dates 02/11-2/15 Days MTWTHF Times Location 08:00a-05:00p IGC Green 200 The Science of Building Green Hours: 7 The overall goals of this course are to familiarize students with green principles and choices in home design and construction; raise awareness of innovative materials, systems and construction methods; learn about energy-efficient systems including on site power generation; and distinguish levels and cost benefits of retrofitting, remodeling. Or renovation existing homes. Cost: $177 ID Dates 71485 01/16 Days W Times Location 08:00a-04:00p GS301 Multi-Family Building Analyst Professional Hours: 24 * This course is designed to teach an understanding of the “building-as-a-system” fundamentals to diagnose problems and improve the performance of larger, more complex residential structures. Students will go beyond a traditional energy audit and learn to identify building problems at the root cause, and then prescribe and prioritize solutions based on building science while maintaining the “DO NO HARM” priority. Students must have BPI “Building Analyst” (our Auditor class) certification to enroll in this class. Cost: $71.25 + $400 BPI testing. ID Dates 72074 03/25-03/27 Days MTWH Times Location 08:00a-05:00p GS Green 300 Greening Your Real Estate Business Hours: 7 In this course you will learn how to plan and implement strategies and tactics for building a green real estate business and adapt your core real estate business skills to list and market green properties and represent green sellers and buyers. Cost: $177 ID Dates 71486 01/23 Days W Times Location 08:00a-04:00p GS301 CONSTRUCTION TRADES QR CODE TIMES, DATES, PRICING, AND LOCATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR THE LATEST UPDATES. FURTHER YOUR CAREER | SPRING 2013 15 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AlphaSPROUT from Alphanumeric Systems, Inc. Networking Skills are in high demand across a wide range of industries, including high-tech, manufacturing, finance, healthcare, media, transportation and utilities. A worldwide survey found that : Dedicated wireless specialists roles are expected to increase worldwide from 36% to 66% within five years • Dedicated security roles will rise from 46% to 80% in the next five years 65% of companies surveyed expect dedicated voice specialist to increase within five years • Video Communications traffic, including voice over instant messaging and video calling, will increase 10-fold through 2013. Increasing demand for video network specialists. • The AlphaSPROUT Library contains certification prep courses starting at $70... • • • • • Project Management (PMP) Business Analyst (CBAP) Cisco Certification for: CCNA, CCDA, CIT, ICND 1&2, ONT, SWITCH, TSHOOT, etc. CISSP Security Professional Certified Internet Profession (CIW Foundations & Security) • • • CompTia A+ Linux Red Hat Web Development (Flash, GUI Design, JAVA, Visual C#, XML) How Technology Trends will Impact your www.pittcc.edu/continuing-education Check out our networking curriculum from CompTia and Cisco! Contact Pitt Community College Continuing Education 252-493-7387 or email@example.com 16 SPRING 2013 | WWW.PITTCC.EDU/CONTINUING-EDUCATION Check out the portal today and sign up! >REAL ESTATE Real Estate 30-Hour Post Licensing Selected Topics Hours: 30 One of the 3 mandatory post licensing courses that must be completed by newly licensed NC provisional brokers within 3 years after licensure. Cost $150 ID Dates 71487 01/07-01/18 Days MF Times Location 08:00a-04:30p GS301 Real Estate Elective Hours: 4 This 4 hour course satisfies the mandatory four hour classroom elective approved by the NC Commission. Cost: $45 ID Dates 71541 03/15 Days F Times Location 01:00p-05:00p GS301 BPOR Hours: 7.5 Evaluating property values depends more than ever on professional expertise and competence, the best use of technology, and a commitment to approach the valuation assignment from all pertinent perspectives. BPOs: The Agent’s Role in the Evaluation Process” is specifically designed to help residential real estate agents and brokers enhance their skills in creating BPOs, reducing risk, and applying alternative valuation methods. Cost: $150 ID Dates 71539 02/20 Hours: 15 Days W Times Location 08:30a-05:00p GS301 Real Estate 30-Hour Post Licensing Contracts & Closings Hours: 30 One of the 3 mandatory post licensing courses that must be completed by newly licensed NC provisional brokers within 3 years after licensure. Cost $150 ID Dates 71490 01/28-02/08 Days MF Times Location 08:00a-04:30p GS301 Senior Real Estate Specialist This course was developed by the SRES Council specifically for those real estate professionals that are interested in focusing on 50+ real estate clients and consumers. Cost: $150 ID Dates 71543 03/20-03/21 Days WTH Times Location 08:30a-05:00p GS301 Real Estate 30-Hour Post Licensing Broker Relationships & Responsibilities Hours: 30 One of the 3 mandatory post licensing courses that must be completed by newly licensed NC provisional brokers within 3 years after licensure. Cost $150 ID Dates 71489 02/25-03/08 Days MF Times Location 08:00a-04:30p GS301 e-PRO Hours: 7.5 NAR’s e-PRO certification provides high-level Internet marketing and social media theory with practical suggestions for its implementation in a consistent manner. Students will learn how to interact with their desired markets and to position themselves as trusted advisors and valued members of their online communities. Cost: $150 ID Dates 71518 01/30 Days W Times Location 08:30a-05:00p GS301 Real Estate Update Hours: 4 This 4 hour mandatory course satisfies the continuing education requirement required by the NC Real Estate Commission. Cost: $45 ID Dates 71540 03/15 Days F Times Location 08:00a-12:00p GS301 OBTAIN YOUR REAL ESTATE LICENSE >Continuing Ed is on Facebook! LIKE OUR PAGE REAL ESTATE PRE-LICENSING COURSE PG. 13 TAKE OUR - FIND OUT WHAT'S GOING ON AT CONTINUING ED - GET THE LATEST ON UPCOMING COURSES - CONNECT WITH US facebook.com/PCCContinuingEd GROW YOUR BUSINESS >GETTING STARTED How to Start a Small Business Hours: 3 Writing a Business Plan Hours: 3 * * This seminar will give an overview of the various topics on which to focus when attempting to start a business. Cost: FREE ID 71467 71468 71469 71470 71471 Hours: 3 Dates 01/17 02/07 03/07 04/11 05/02 Days TH TH TH TH TH Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS301 06:00p-09:00p GS301 06:00p-09:00p GS301 06:00p-09:00p GS301 06:00p-09:00p GS301 Success in business begins with a plan. By committing your idea to paper, you face tough questions and identify strengths and weaknesses. Business plans are not just for financing purposes; they are working documents to guide your business. For new and established small business owners, the course will start you down the path of small business success. Cost: FREE ID 71454 71455 71464 71465 71466 Hours: 3 Dates 01/24 02/14 03/14 04/18 05/09 Days TH TH TH TH TH Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS301 06:00p-09:00p GS301 06:00p-09:00p GS301 06:00p-09:00p GS301 06:00p-09:00p GS301 How to Get the Loan You Need * Strategic Planning for Business * This workshop gives participants an overview of the lending process and how to make it work for you. Discussion will cover what lenders look for and expect with regards to your personal credit, cash flow coverage, collateral requirements, capital injection, and character. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71450 02/21 71451 04/25 Hours: 3 Days TH TH Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS301 06:00p-09:00p GS301 Planning is the key to success of any business. Join us to learn the processes, tips and tricks that will make your planning time more fun and efficient. We will bring life to the old fashioned SWOT analysis with new tools, learn how to build consensus instead of compromise, and try out some facilitation techniques that will keep everyone involved at your planning meetings. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71492 03/26 Hours: 3 Days T Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS301 Small Business Loans from NC Rural Center * Trademarks and Patents * In this seminar students will learn about the funding possibilities for small businesses from the Rural Center as well as the application process. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71501 01/29 Hours: 3 Days T Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS301 Do you have a great idea for a new product or service? Do you want to protect your brand name from competitors? This seminar will educate you about different ways to proceed with your idea and the potential time and financial investments that may be involved. You will learn the difference between a patent, a trademark and a copyright, and when you need each. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71491 01/22 Hours: 3 Days T Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS301 Iâ€™ve Started My Businessâ€ŚNow What? * You may be surprised at what you will encounter in the first years of business. How will you take the information from your business plan and apply it to the actual operation of your business? Learn survival skills for that crucial first 12-36 months that you can use in future years while growing your business. Learn how to keep records for yourself and Uncle Sam, how to deal with local state, and federal regulations, employees, customers, and more. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71438 02/05 Days T Times 06:00-09:00p Location GS 301 Grant Writing * Write grant proposals that get funded or prepare for a management career in the fast-growing nonprofit sector. Expert instructors prepare you for the special needs of the nonprofit industry and help you develop relationships with corporate, foundation, and government funding sources. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71475 02/19 71476 02/27 Days T T Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS301 01:00p-03:00p GS301 18 SPRING 2013 | WWW.PITTCC.EDU/CONTINUING-EDUCATION Grant Writing II Hours: 3 * Basic EXCEL for Business Hours: 3 * This class is for the student that has already taken the basic G.W. I Class but needs a more in depth look into the subject. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71477 03/05 Hours: 3 Days T Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS402 I’ve heard from more than one person that their initial reaction the first time they open a spreadsheet program is one of bewilderment. As one person said, “There were just these little boxes on the screen, and I couldn’t get it (the program) to do anything”. To be fair, there are plenty of buttons, toolbars, and menus on a spreadsheet screen along with those little boxes, but even these may not be much help if you don’t know what a spreadsheet is capable of doing and how it is supposed to work. This course is designed for the beginner. The student will learn the basics of creating simple formulas, formatting a worksheet, building a chart, and more. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71446 02/04 Hours: 3 Days M Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS 402 Creating a Paperless Office * This seminar will give students the necessary information to know where to start when considering going “paperless”. Students will learn about ways for breaking free from paper’s grip; organizational skills; components of a paperless office; how to spend less time searching for documents and use less paper Cost: FREE ID Dates 71431 02/12 Hours: 3 Days T Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS301 Small Business Record Keeping * How to Evaluate a Business Opportunity * Do you know your product or service upside down and backwards, but the numbers just drive you up a wall? We’ll talk about calculating and recording payroll taxes and sales tax. You’ll become familiar with those financial terms that confuse you but that accountants love to use. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71442 04/23 Hours: 3 Days T Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS 301 Basic Publisher for Small Business * You’ve seen those people in the infomercials and other ads who have met with tremendous success by taking advantage of a business opportunity. Could you be in one of those infomercials someday? Whether it’s buying and selling real estate, trading securities, or a franchise, all of theses opportunities have something in common. Learn what makes them so appealing and find out what questions you need to answer before investing. You’ll learn the advantages and disadvantages of common “biz ops”, what you should look for (and look out for!), what to expect, and what to do to increase your chances of success. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71440 03/12 Days T Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS 301 Publisher 2010 allows you to apply built-in templates, to apply your own custom templates, and to search from a variety of templates available on Office.com. Office.com provides a wide selection of popular Publisher templates, including newsletters and flyers. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71443 03/04 Hours: 3 Days M Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS 402 >FINANCES Beginning QuickBooks Hours: 3 This class is an introduction to the popular QuickBooks accounting software. Participants must have basic computer skills – how to use a mouse, etc. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71473 01/28 71474 03/25 Hours: 12 Days M M Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS402 06:00p-09:00p GS402 * Basic PowerPoint for Business * Microsoft PowerPoint is an impressive product. User-friendly enough for everyone, but with the advanced features needed to produce really professional presentations. Come learn the basics to enhance your presentations! Cost: FREE ID Dates 71445 02/18 Hours: 3 Days M Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS 402 QuickBooks Pro * Basic Word for Business * Take your program from bland to brilliant by learning to use placement and formatting to make content more accessible and simple and simple graphics that convey information more effectively than text. You will learn how to use layouts and diagrams for key points and visual cues. You will learn the necessary tools to help you sell your ideas and or tell your story. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71444 3/18 Days M Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS 402 This course provides clients standard accounting and business tools for organizing their finances with ease. Spend more time running your business and less time on your bookkeeping. Cost: $70 ID Dates 71479 04/15-05/06 Days M Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS402 GROW YOUR BUSINESS | SPRING 2013 19 >FINANCES Pricing Your Products Hours: 3 How to Improve Your Credit Score Hours: 3 * * Regardless of the type of business you have, pricing is crucial. Don’t cheat your customers or your business by pricing your self out of the game. It’s easier that you think. A few simple strategies will have you right in line with the competition and generating profits as well. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71452 01/31 71453 03/21 Hours: 3 Days T T Times 06:00-09:00p 06:00-09:00p Location GS301 GS301 Learn survival skills for that crucial first 12-36 months that you can use in future years while growing your business. Learn how to keep records for yourself and Uncle Sam, how to deal with local state, and federal regulations, employees, customers, and more. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71438 02/05 Days T Times 06:00-09:00p Location GS301 >MARKETING Developing Your Marketing Plan Hours: 3 So you have an idea for a product or service that’s bound to capture the hearts and minds (and wallets) of consumers everywhere! Wait a minute! Have you really determined whether there really is a market for your product or service? This course will give you the means to determine your market and your competition. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71448 02/28 71449 03/28 Hours: 3 Days TH TH Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS301 06:00p-09:00p GS301 Understanding Cash Flow * * Cash is the life of your business. You have to have it to operate successfully. This seminar will help you learn how to project your cash needs and manage cash flow to keep you business on a steady course toward success. You’ll also learn cash management strategies for tough times, as well as how to acquire and use lines of credit to smooth out the rough spots. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71441 03/19 Hours: 3 Days T Times 06:00-09:00p Location GS 301 Small Business Turnaround * If your business is sinking and you don’t know what to do, you need to attend this seminar to learn how to turn things around – quickly. Not all businesses can be saved, but most can with some hard work, tough financial management and the ability to make difficult choices. You’ll learn the basic tools needed to pull your business back from the brink, and you’ll also discover lowcost/no-cost resources available to you to help you manage the turnaround. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71439 04/16 Hours: 3 Days T Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS 301 Web Design for Small Business * Being found online is not as easy as it used to be. Competition for positioning on search engines such as Google and Yahoo! is intense and with thousands of new web sites created daily, it's vital that your business is optimized to perform well in search results. Fortunately, having an effective web presence does not have to involve thousands of dollars or web design firms. Come and learn how to have the presence you want and need without all the expense! Cost: FREE ID Dates 71432 04/30 Hours: 3 Days T Times 06:00-09:00p Location GS402 Avoiding Past Due Accounts * Past due accounts can seriously hurt cash flow and can eventually break a small business. In this seminar come and learn methods of creating an accounts receivable system that will avoid past due accounts and still keep your customers. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71430 04/09 Days T Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS301 Target Your Market for Less * It’s now easier for small business owners to harness the power of direct mail to drive traffic, attract new customers and increase revenue. The US Postal Service introduced Every Door Direct Mail. This is a simple, low-cost service that allows local businesses to market to every address in their target areas. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71500 01/15 Days T Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS301 FINANCES AND MARKETING QR CODE 20 SPRING 2013 | WWW.PITTCC.EDU/CONTINUING-EDUCATION bring your lunch and LUNCH-N-LEARN SPRING SERIES SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook You Tube Shari Tourlitis Evolve, Inc Wednesday, January 23 JOIN US FOR OUR Brain Taylor Evolve, Inc Wednesday, February 20 Twitter Brittany Acree Evolve, Inc LinkedIn Wednesday, March 20 Brian Blank Evolve, Inc Wednesday, April 24 JOIN US AT The Greenville Center 3107 S. Memorial Drive Room 402 from 12:30PM- 2:00PM Call to reserve your space 252-493-7625 GET TO KNOW YOUR COMPUTER Computer Literacy for Beginners Hours: 60 * Windows 7 and Windows 8 for the Intermediate User * Hours: 24 Course Prerequisite: Computers for Beginners or equivalent. Instruction will cover internal and external computer parts and troubleshooting the initial startup process. In addition you will be taught basic concepts related to Windows 7 and Windows 8 to include viewing contents of disks, drives, and folders, as well as creating, and saving files in various applications. You will learn about the MS Office ribbon as well as cover MS Word. Cost: $70. ID Dates 72167 02/19-03/14 72166 03/19-04/11 Days TTH TTH Times 09:00-12:00p 06:00-09:00p Location GS402 GS402 This course provides absolute beginners with the foundation of knowledge needed to use your computer system at home. We will cover keyboarding skills, using the mouse and familiarize you with windows. In addition, we will help you conquer your fears of Windows as well as teach you how to use the internet and email. This course is tailored for beginners or for those who desire to go at a slower pace. Cost: $180 ID Dates 72154 01/22-03/28 72160 01/23-04/02 Hours: 24 Days TTH MW Times Location 01:00p-04:00p COA 01:00p-04:00p COA Windows 7 and Windows 8 for Beginners * Keeping Your Computer Fit with Windows 7 This course is designed for those with very little (if any) knowledge of computers. Learn the concepts, terminology, and components of the personal computer. This course teaches you the basics of using your computer including how to turn it on and turn it off. We will cover the keyboard, working with the mouse, as well as basic windows desktop and file management using both Windows 7 and Windows 8. Cost: $70. ID Dates 72165 01/22-02/14 Hours: 6 Days TTH Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS402 Hours: 12 Course Prerequisite: Students will be expected to have a good working knowledge of the Windows operating system. * Whatâ€™s New in Windows 8 If youâ€™re familiar with Windows 7 but now have Windows 8 and finding you are lost, you are not alone. There are many changes between Windows 7 and Windows 8 and this class with help you understanding the differences and what has changed. Cost: $40 ID 72170 72174 72171 72176 72172 72175 Dates 02/11-02/13 02/11-02/13 03/11-03/13 03/11-03/13 04/15-04/17 04/08-04/10 Days MW MW MW MW MW MW Times Location 01:00p-04:00p GS402 06:00p-09:00p GS402 01:00p-04:00p GS402 06:00p-09:00p GS402 01:00p-04:00p GS402 06:00p-09:00p GS402 Alot of new computer owners fail to learn how to use and maintain their new computer and open themselves up to the hidden costs of not maintaining your computer. To help save yourself money and unneedless trips to the computer shop for repairs, this course will introduce you to a series of very simple steps you can take to keep your new computer running fast and efficient. In addition, things get installed on your system all the time, from applications, to games, to web plug-ins. There may even be viruses or "spyware" installed on your system that you don't even know about yet. This course will show you how to use the proper tools to clean up unused programs, get rid of unwanted files, and protect yourself and your computer from the bad side of the Internet. Cost: $70 ID Dates 72157 02/25- 02/28 Days MTWTH Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS402 Upgrade or Buy? Hours: 6 From their sleek interfaces to the host of new built-in conveniences, Windows 7 and 8 certainly have a lot going for them. So once you're sold on the idea of moving to the new operating system, it's time to decide whether to upgrade a PC you already have to Windows 7 or 8, or if it makes more sense just to buy a new system with Windows 7 or 8 preinstalled. Your decision ultimately should be based on the amount of time and money you have available. This class will help you in understanding the limitations and advantages of both. Cost: $35 ID Dates 72155 03/27-03/28 72156 02/19-02/20 Days WTH TW Times Location 09:00a-12:00p GS402 06:00p-09:00p GS402 GET TO KNOW YOUR COMPUTER QR CODE 22 SPRING 2013 | WWW.PITTCC.EDU/CONTINUING-EDUCATION Digital Photography and Imaging: Introduction Hours: 24 * Excel 2010 Intermediate Hours: 10 Prerequisite: Basic Excel * For those that want to do more with their digital camera pictures than just look at them, this course is for you! Photoshop Elements (PE), the latest release of the â€œhomeâ€? version of Adobe Photoshop, allows you to not only fix minor flaws in your pictures, but to create entirely new projects with your photos as well. Students will become familiar with the PE interface, and learn how to use and apply the many tools that PE offers; from simple brightness and contrast adjustments, to working with multi-layered artwork, to creating animated slideshows. This course covers all the basics of Photoshop Elements. Students will be expected to have a good working knowledge of the Windows operating system, using and working with files and folders. Cost: $70 ID Dates 72162 02/04-02/27 72163 04/04-04/30 Days MW TTH Times Location 09:00a-12:00p GS402 01:00a-04:00p COA Excel isn't just for financial professionals. This spreadsheet and analysis program offers intuitive tools that make it easy to access, connect, and analyze critical data. This intermediate-level course will cover topics such as creating and formatting charts, using the status bar calculator and functions, as well as creating, managing, sorting and filtering lists. Cost: $70 ID Dates 72158 03/01-03/15 Days F Times Location 09:00a-12:30p GS402 Hours: 24 Course Prerequisite: Students will be expected to have a good working knowledge of the Windows operating system, using and working with files and folders, e-mail and web browsers. Many new computer owners fail to learn how to use and maintain their new computer and open themselves up to the hidden costs of not maintaining your computer. To help save yourself money and unneedless trips to the computer shop for repairs, this course will introduce you to a series of very simple steps you can take to keep your new computer running fast and efficient. In addition, things get installed on your system all the time, from applications, to games, to web plug-ins. There may even be viruses or "spyware" installed on your system that you don't even know about yet. This course will show you how to use the proper tools to clean up unused programs, get rid of unwanted files, and protect yourself and your computer from the bad side of the Internet. Come learn how to clean-up the software side of your computer and keep your system running smoothly! Cost: $70 ID Dates 72168 04/16-05/14* *No Class on 4/30 Days TTH Times Location 06:00p-09:00p GS402 Keeping Your Computer Fit with Windows 7&8 * Excel 2010 Basics Hours: 10 Course Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of using your Windows PC. Excel isn't just for financial professionals. This spreadsheet and analysis program offers intuitive tools that make it easy to access, connect, and analyze critical data. This 9 hour course will introduce you to the Excel 2010 environment as we create a basic worksheet and perform basic calculations. We will also learn how to modify and format a worksheet and finally, we will look at features to help manage large workbooks. Cost: $70 ID Dates 72159 02/01-02/15 Days F Times Location 09:00a-12:30p GS402 * Reconnect pittcc.edu/alumni firstname.lastname@example.org Alumni & Friends TIMES, DATES, PRICING, AND LOCATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR THE LATEST UPDATES. 252-493-PITT | SPRING 2013 23 WANT SOMETHING FUN? >TRY SOMETHING NEW Insanity Fitness Hours: 16 Come join us with this Insane workout! This course is designed to help you lose weight and to stay motivated working out along with your peers. Course includes plyometric drills along with strength, endurance, and core training moves. Pre-registration and payment is required 3 days prior to the beginning of class so do not wait! Wear workout clothing, tennis shoes, bring a towel, and water. This course is for all levels of fitness. Cost: $35 ID Dates 71392 01/05-04/27 Days Sa Times Location 08:00a-09:00a GS Annex Beginning Golf for Women Hours: 7.5 This course is designed for women who want to learn how to play golf. Participants will learn the basics in a casual friendly setting, learning the best ways to hold the club, hitting the ball close to the hole-chipping, pitching and other shots from short distances as well as learning terminology and etiquette. Cost: $99 ID Dates 71714 03/13-04/10 Days W Times Location 05:30p-07:00p Bradford Creek Travel on a Budget Hours: 2 Does packing overwhelm you? Learn how to see and do more while spending less when you travel as well as how to be a frugal packer and safeguarding yourself and valuables. Cost: $15 ID Dates 71648 03/22 71649 04/11 Days F TH Times Location 10:00a-12:00p GS 301 06:30p-08:30p GS 401 Boxing Fitness Hours: 36 This course is designed to prepare individuals with a centralized fitness program including cardiovascular assessments, physical conditioning, offensive and defensive training as well as nutritional education. Boxing Fitness is taught by Zed Mitchell, an Ayden native with a background in MMA fighting. Physical address: 4816 Old Tar Road Winterville, NC Required materials: Hand wraps for Boxing. Cost: $65 ID Dates 71398 01/07-05/08 Hours: 49.5 Days MW Times Location 05:30p-06:30p Boxing Gym Introduction to Sailing Hours: 20 Learn the history, terminology, theory and practice of the oldest application of ‘GREEN’ power—sailing the oceans ONLY using the wind! In 10 weeks we will cover the boat, the forces and the techniques of moving it under wind power. Along the way we will learn the language of sailing and have brief looks at the history of sailing, from Egyptian pharaohs through the greatest sailing navy ever assembled up to the present including a brief look at The America’s Cup-the oldest championship in ALL of sport. Our text, SAIL, was developed by the United States Power Squadrons, which is recognized as a top boating education organization in the country. Cost: $119 (Includes text) ID Dates 71646 03/11-06/03 Hours: 36 Days M Times Location 07:00p-09:00p GS 301 Aviation Ground School for Pilots This course is a study of aerospace history, weather, navigation, instruments, preflight planning, regulations, radio communications, and the aviation field and procedures necessary to become a safe pilot. Classes are oriented toward the latest material available from the Federal Aviation Agency and students are prepared to pass the written examination by the Government. Cost: $125 ID Dates 71663 02/04-04/25 Days TTH * Family Stories Workshop Every family has stories to tell, but many are lost before they’re recorded. In this workshop, students will receive guidance in how to write and structure these stories and their own. Through a balance of lecture, stimulating memory exercises, discussion, and class feedback they will be able to create a permanent record of these stories for posterity. Cost: $65 ID Dates 71393 01/07-03/25 Days M Times Location 02:00p-05:00p COA Times Location 07:00p-09:15p TBA WANT SOMETHING FUN? QR CODE 24 SPRING 2013 | WWW.PITTCC.EDU/CONTINUING-EDUCATION Creative Writing Seminar Hours: 36 This course is designed for the experienced as well as the inexperienced writer. The emphasis is on creativity, writing, and critique. Assignments are read anonymously and critiqued by class members and the instructor to work toward improved writing technique and communication skills. Tip sheets on the elements of writing are supplemented by exercises. All genres of writing are welcome. Revision and submission for publication and competition are encouraged. Cost: $65 ID Dates 71394 01/08-04/12 71395 01/10-04/04 Hours: 30 Days T TH Times Location 06:30p-09:30p CWE 145 06:30p-09:30p CWE 145 >FIND YOUR GROOVE PCC Symphony Orchestra Hours: 32 This course provides an opportunity for those who play an orchestral instrument to gain experience by playing is an ensemble. Emphasis is placed on orchestral techniques and the study and performance of a variety of styles and periods or orchestral and string ensemble literature. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate skills needed to participate in ensemble playing leadership to performance. PREREQUISITE: Complete of high school orchestra or band program, or comparable private lesson experience. All other cases to be determined by audition. ID Dates 71418 01/08-04/30 Days T Times Location 06:30p-09:30p MAEC Spanish: Beginning Conversational This course will prepare students to have conversation with Spanish speaking individuals. Topics include basic fundamentals of grammar, oral comprehension, various dialects, and basic conversations. A beginning vocabulary will be established. Cost: $79 ID Dates 71656 01/22-03/14 Days TTH Times Location 12:00p-02:00p GS 301 New Horizons Band Hours: 48 If you are looking for a fun way to learn a musical instrument without the rigors of individual instruction, you might want to consider joining the New Horizons Band. The New Horizons Band is for adults, ages 50 and up, who wish to learn to play a band instrument for the first time, or relearn an instrument, the New Horizons band provides a relaxed, fun learning situation. The New Horizons Band provides adults with little or no musical experience the opportunity to play band music with others. The band meets two days a week. Instruments include flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet and trombone, other instruments are considered upon request. Come join the fun with this ensemble and discover your hidden (or dormant) musical talents! Cost:FREE ID Dates 71502 01/22-04/11 Hours: 15 Days TTH Times Location 10:30a-12:30p MAEC >BECOME AN ARTIST Secrets to a More Realistic Painting Hours: 15 This oil painting class is for all skill levels from beginners to professionals. You will gain valuable secrets that will take your art to a whole new level. This class will add 6 years of experience to both beginners and professional and will specialize in oil portraits and other exercises. Join us for fun tips and tricks that will make your art pop. Cost: $75 ID Dates 71459 02/04-03/04 71460 04/01-04/29 Days M M Times 06:00p-09:00p 06:00p-09:00p Location Jaycee Park Jaycee Park The Celebration Singers People who sing together often seem utterly happy and engaged in life. Singing, Swinging Seniors is a fun-filled choir for adults, ages 50 and up. If you enjoy singing and socializingâ€Ś this is the group for you! Come enjoy music from Gospel to Broadway show tunes and just about everything in between. Singing may offer benefits to deep and controlled breathing and focus on maintaining good use of the lungs, diaphragm and abdominal muscles. In addition, singing maintains good speech and diction. Add music to your health! Attend as often as you can â€“ we understand life is full of appointments and travel! No audition required, just a love of music. Cost: FREE ID Dates 71503 01/17-05/02 Days TH Times Location 01:30p-02:30p MAEC Watercolor Basics Hours: 22 This is an introductory class in the art of watercolor painting. You well be introduced to the very basics of working with watercolor paints and applying various techniques to create art. The class is an excellent outlet opportunity. Cost: $60 ID Dates 71657 01/08-03/19 Hours: 33 Days T Times Location 06:30p-08:30p GCC Advanced Watercolor Painting This class is a continuation of the Beginning Watercolor class. The class will be held at the Grifton Community Center. Cost: $70 ID Dates 71659 01/10-03/21 Days TH Times Location 06:30p-09:30p GCC TIMES, DATES, PRICING, AND LOCATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR THE LATEST UPDATES. WANT SOMETHING NEW? | SPRING 2013 25 >FIND YOUR GROOVE Group Piano I Hours: 5 This course is an explanatory introduction to playing the piano for beginners. Students will learn basic hand positions, simple melodies, note names, and beginning music reading. Cost: $49 ID Dates 71637 01/31-02/28 Days TH Times Location 01:00p-02:00p MAEC Group Piano XI Hours: 5 This course builds on skills learned in Group Piano, Part VIII. Students will continue development with two-handed techniques with basic hand positions for chords, learn more complex melodies, read chord symbols, and use music symbols to play the keyboard. Cost: $49 ID Dates 71636 04/15-05/20 Hours: 5 Days M Times Location 03:00p-04:00p MAEC Group Piano for Adults with Prior Experience This course builds on skills learned in previous piano lessons or classes. Students will review piano skills and continue development with two-handed techniques, including basic hand positions, chords, complex melodies, and use music symbols to play the keyboard. Cost: $49 ID 71640 71641 71642 Hours: 5 Dates 01/28-02/25 03/04-04/08 04/15-05/20 Days M M M Times Location 02:00p-03:00p MAEC 02:00p-03:00p MAEC 02:00p-03:00p MAEC Group Piano II Hours: 5 This course builds on skills learned in Group Piano, Part I. Students will develop two-handed techniques with basic hand positions for chords, learn more complex melodies, read chord symbols, and use music symbols to play the keyboard. Cost: $49 ID Dates 71638 03/07-04/11 Days TH Times Location 01:00p-02:00p MAEC Group Piano III Hours: 5 This course builds on skills learned in Group Piano, Part II. Students will continue development with two-handed techniques with basic hand positions for chords, learn more complex melodies, read chord symbols, and use music symbols to play the keyboard. Cost: $49 ID Dates 71639 04/18-05/23 Days TH Times Location 01:00p-02:00p MAEC Exploring Music for Adults This course is a hands-on introduction to music with listening, responding and creating music. Topics include the elements of music, styles, multicultural aesthetics, improvisation, and composition. Come experience and enjoy music! Cost: $49 ID Dates 71643 01/28-02/25 71644 03/04-04/08 Days M M Times Location 01:00p-02:00p MAEC 01:00p-02:00p MAEC Group Piano VI Hours: 5 This course builds on skills learned in Group Piano, Part III. Students will continue development with two-handed techniques with basic hand positions for chords, learn more complex melodies, read chord symbols, and use music symbols to play the keyboard. Cost: $49 ID Dates 71634 01/28-02/25 Days M Times Location 03:00p-04:00p MAEC Reading Music I Hours: 3 This course is designed for individuals with no music reading experience as those who wish to improve their music reading skill. Course content will include the history of musical notation, the elements of music and how they are written, collaborative activities, and group participation. Cost: $49 ID Dates 71628 02/04-02/18 71629 03/04-03/18 Days M M Times Location 06:00p-07:00p MAEC 06:00p-07:00p MAEC Group Piano VIII Hours: 5 This course builds on skills learned in Group Piano, Part VI. Students will continue development with two-handed techniques with basic hand positions for chords, learn more complex melodies, read chord symbols, and use music symbols to play the keyboard. Cost: $49 ID Dates 71635 03/04-04/08 Days M Times Location 03:00p-04:00p MAEC FIND YOUR GROOVE QR CODE 26 SPRING 2013 | WWW.PITTCC.EDU/CONTINUING-EDUCATION Reading Music II Hours: 3 This course will build on concepts learned in Reading Music I. Course content will included developing basic music reading skills and introducing basic music theory concepts through collaborative activities and group participation. Cost: $49 ID Dates 71630 03/25-04/15 71631 04/22-05/06 Days M M Times Location 07:00p-08:00p MAEC 07:00p-08:00p MAEC Classical Music: A Primer Hours: 3 Come learn about music for upcoming PCC Symphony Orchestra concerts. Explore the traditions of Western art music via the structure, style and composers of music before attending the concerts! Course content will include listening, lecture, discussion, an introduction to score reading and conducting, and a hands-on introduction to orchestral instruments. No previous musical experience required. Cost: $49 ID Dates 71632 02/05-02/19 71633 04/09-04/23 Days T T Times Location 06:00p-07:00p MAEC 06:00p-07:00p MAEC PROVIDING WORKFORCE TRAINING IN EASTERN NC “Pitt Community College helped us identify the foundational skills needed for our entry level positions as well as match prospective employee skills to our openings. This provided us with qualified applicants.” – Leo Corbin, Director of HR Attends Healthcare Products “Pitt Community College assisted us with matching prospective employees skills to our current job openings as well as providing pre-employment training. This partnership has saved us time and money and is a win-win situation.” – Sandy Phillips, HR Manager The Roberts Company “PCC helped us identify our specific training needs and also provided an excellent training program! They tailored a program specifically to our needs and delivered a top-notch training program that exceeded our expectations!” – Mike Shreves, Training Manager NACCO Materials Handling Group TIMES,Tech DATES, Road PRICING, AND LOCATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE.(252) PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR THE LATEST UPDATES. www.pittcc.edu 1986 Pitt Winterville, NC 28590 493-7200 | SPRING 2013 27 LIVE LIFE IN THE FAST LANE >DRIVER IMPROVEMENT PCSCC/PCC Driver Improvement Training Hours: 8 Pitt County Safe Communities Coalition in conjunction with Pitt Community College offer the AAA approved Driver Improvement course. This course covers a variety of topics for all drivers. This course is offered over a two (2) night period on Mon. & Wed. nights or in an all day setting on Saturdays. The 2-day session is from 6-10pm each night. The Saturday class is from 8:00am to 5:00pm. Pre-registration and pre-payment is required, 3 days prior to the beginning of class. *NOTE: Completion of this course in no way guarantees any privileges or rights under applicable NC laws. Cost: $60 ID 71542 71372 71374 71376 71544 71377 71378 71545 71379 71381 71548 71382 71383 71549 71384 71385 71550 71386 71551 71387 71388 71552 71389 71390 71553 71391 Dates 01/07 & 01/09 01/12 01/19 01/26 01/28 & 01/30 02/02 02/09 02/11 & 02/13 02/16 02/23 02/25 & 02/27 03/02 03/09 03/11 & 03/13 03/16 03/23 03/25 & 03/27 04/06 04/08 & 04/10 04/13 04/20 04/22 & 04/24 04/27 05/04 05/06 & 05/08 05/11 Days MW Sa Sa Sa MW Sa Sa MW Sa Sa MW Sa Sa MW Sa Sa MW Sa MW Sa Sa MW Sa Sa MW Sa Times Location 06:00p-10:00p GS 401 08:00a-05:00p GS 124 08:00a-05:00p GS 301 08:00a-05:00p GS 124 06:00p-10:00p GS 401 08:00a-05:00p GS 124 08:00a-05:00p GS 124 06:00p-10:00p GS 401 08:00a-05:00p GS 301 08:00a-05:00p GS 124 06:00p-10:00p GS 401 08:00a-05:00p GS 124 08:00a-05:00p GS 124 06:00p-10:00p GS 401 08:00a-05:00p GS 301 08:00a-05:00p GS 124 06:00p-10:00p GS 401 08:00a-05:00p GS 124 06:00p-10:00p GS 401 08:00a-05:00p GS 124 08:00a-05:00p GS 301 06:00p-10:00p GS 401 08:00a-05:00p GS 124 08:00a-05:00p GS 124 06:00p-10:00p GS 401 08:00a-05:00p GS 124 >MOTORCYCLE SAFETY Motorcycle Safety Foundation: Basic Rider’s Course Hours: 22 This 22 hour course is part of the NC Motorcycle Safety Program. In this class, riders will learn the basics of operating a motorcycle. The course is held on Friday evening, all day Saturday and all day Sunday. 100% attendance of all scheduled class hours is mandatory. NO EXCEPTIONS! Participants must wear long pants, long-sleeved shirts, boots over the ankle, full fingered gloves and eye protection (sunglasses or prescription eyewear is permissible). Helmets are available, but individuals are encouraged to bring their own if they have them. Motorcycles are furnished by PCC. Participants must be 16 years of age, but are not required to hold a driver’s license to participate in the class. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be able to forego the driving portion of the NC DMV test for gaining their motorcycle endorsement. Pre-registration, at least 3 days prior to the beginning of the class is required. Cost: $135 ID Dates 71504 02/22-02/24 71505 03/01-03/03 71506 03/08-03/10 71507 03/15-03/17 71508 03/22-03/24 71509 04/05-04/07 71510 04/12-04/14 71511 04/19-04/21 71512 04/26-04/28 71513 05/03-05/05 Days F SSU F SSU F SSU F SSU F SSU F SSU F SSU F SSU F SSU F SSU Times 06:00p-10:00p 08:00a-06:00p 06:00p-10:00p 08:00a-06:00p 06:00p-10:00p 08:00a-06:00p 06:00p-10:00p 08:00a-06:00p 06:00p-10:00p 08:00a-06:00p 06:00p-10:00p 08:00a-06:00p 06:00p-10:00p 08:00a-06:00p 06:00p-10:00p 08:00a-06:00p 06:00p-10:00p 08:00a-06:00p 06:00p-10:00p 08:00a-06:00p Location GHL 126 GHL 126 GHL 126 GHL 126 GHL 126 GHL 126 GHL 126 GHL 126 GHL 126 GHL 126 28 SPRING 2013 | WWW.PITTCC.EDU/CONTINUING-EDUCATION More than 300 online courses Learn the fromort of comfme! ho > Instructor-Facilitated Online Courses Pitt Community College Introduction to Microsoft Excel Discover the secrets to setting up fully formatted worksheets quickly and efficiently. Our instructor-facilitated online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. All courses run for six weeks (with a 10-day grace period at the end). Courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any course entirely from your home or office. Any time of the day or night. How to Get Started: 1. Visit our Online Instruction Center: Learn More... • Expert Instructor • 24-Hour Access • Online Discussion Areas • 6 Weeks of Instruction A to Z Grantwriting Learn how to research and develop relationships with potential funding sources, organize grantwriting campaigns, and prepare proposals. Introduction to Microsoft Access Store, locate, print, and automate access to all types of information. Introduction to QuickBooks Learn how to quickly and efficiently gain control over the financial aspects of your business. New course sessions begin monthly. Please visit our Online Instruction Center to see exact start dates for the courses that interest you. Enroll Now! Visit our Online Instruction Center today! Introduction to Microsoft Word Learn how to create and modify documents with the world's most popular word processor. Grammar Refresher Gain confidence in your ability to produce clean, grammatically correct documents and speeches. Introduction to PowerPoint Build impressive slide presentations filled with text, images, video, audio, charts, and more. Real Estate Investing Build and protect your wealth by investing in real estate. www.ed2go.com/pittcc 2. Click the Courses link, choose the department and course title you are interested in and select the Enroll Now button. Follow the instructions to enroll and pay for your course. Here you will enter your e-mail and choose a password that will grant you access to the Classroom. 3. When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with your e-mail and the password you selected during enrollment. Creating Web Pages Learn the basics of HTML so you can design, create, and post your very own site on the Web. Computer Skills for the Workplace Gain a working knowledge of the computer skills you'll need to succeed in today's job market. www.ed2go.com/pittcc or call: (252) 493-7388 Courses Start as Low as: Accounting Fundamentals Gain a marketable new skill by learning the basics of doubleentry bookkeeping, financial reporting, and more. Introduction to PC Troubleshooting Learn to decipher and solve almost any problem with your PC. $70 Requirements: All courses require Internet access, e-mail, and the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browser. Some courses may have additional requirements. Please visit our Online Instruction Center for more information. 011017 Speed Spanish Learn six easy recipes to glue Spanish words together into sentences, and you'll be speaking Spanish in no time. Discover Digital Photography An informative introduction to the fascinating world of digital photography equipment. www.ed2go.com/pittcc MORE COURSES AVAILABLE AT OUR ONLINE INSTRUCTION CENTER FIND OUT MORE >CONTINUING EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT The Continuing Education and Community Development Division of Pitt Community College provides workforce development training and personal enrichment courses for adults from the community, business, and industry. We strive to offer a diverse range of programs and courses to meet the particular needs and interests of all citizens of Pitt County. Our programming provides opportunities to upgrade occupational skills, to acquire new skills, and to complete high school. Classes are held on-campus and at various off-campus facilities such as public schools, community buildings, churches, civic centers, industrial plants, and fire stations. Courses are open to all adults 18 years of age or older. However, in some cases, specific requirements must be met. High school students 16-18 years of age may be permitted to enroll with written approval form the appropriate public school official. >PHILOSOPHY The Continuing Education and Community Development Division is committed to enhancing the quality of life and education to the citizens of Pitt County and support global workforce as well as the local community. >MISSION The mission of the Continuing Education and Community Development Division is to educate and empower people for success in life and a global workforce through basic skills, industry, small business, occupational, and community service training. All associates accomplish the mission by way of a unified and committed effort: • • • • • • To become the leading providers of workforce development training To use state-of-the-art technology to prepare individuals for employment To partner with other organizations to promote economic development To help adults gain entrance to their educational pursuits by responding to their lifelong learning needs To respond to the need to eradicate poverty and illiteracy by providing basic skills To proactively respond to internal and external customer needs 30 SPRING 2013 | WWW.PITTCC.EDU/CONTINUING-EDUCATION >DEAN’S MESSAGE Thanks to your support, the Pitt Community College Division of Continuing Education and Community Development is the fastest growing Continuing Education Division in the state of North Carolina. Dr. Jill Biden commented that community colleges are changing the way we think about workforce development. President Obama said, “We want to make it easier to join students looking for jobs with businesses looking to hire. We want to put community colleges and employers together to create programs that match curricula in the classroom with the needs of the boardroom.” This charge is what we in continuing education at Pitt Community College do every day. We are the innovators that find morsels of job demands for workers, turn the need into training opportunities and deliver trained workers ready to meet the needs of the board rooms in as short as one semester. I challenge the employers to find the job demands and use our innovative abilities to increase workers' skills or train North Carolinians for those jobs. We are their new best hope. It is truly an exciting time for Continuing Education; we have a road map of determination blazed by those members from years past, one that set the bar for quality delivery the highest in the nation. We continue to strive to be the premiere, comprehensive, training service provider for Pitt County Residents. We welcome your suggestions of new programs that you would like to see offered at your community college. If you have any comments or suggestions, feel free to contact me at 252-493-7319. David J. Lusk, Ed.D. Dean, Continuing Education and Community Development >CONTINUING EDUCATION VS. CURRICULUM Differences between Continuing Education (ConEd) and Curriculum: • Continuing Education students are NOT required to submit an application for enrollment and do NOT need to obtain previous transcripts. • North Carolina residency is NOT required for ConEd classes • Registration for ConEd students is continuous throughout the year. Students may register for classes at any time before the class begins. • Whether your goal is a better job, personal enrichment, or developing new skills, PCC serves the community offering more than 300 continuing education courses. TIMES, DATES, PRICING, AND LOCATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR THE LATEST UPDATES. FIND OUT MORE | SPRING 2013 31 >CAMPUS MAP >OFF-CAMPUS KEY Code Location AC Ayden Computers BEC Bernstein Educational Center CMT CopyMatic COA-G Council on Aging-Greenville COA-F Council on Aging-Fountain FLIB Fountian Library GHC Greenville Housing Authority GLC Golden Living Center GRG Gun Range KCC Koinonia Christian Center MAEC Music Academy of Eastern Carolina Code Location Code Location 308 309 312 314 334 346 354 362 338 412 419 Mount Calvary FWB Church JR Harvey Building-Grifton Grifton Community Center Technology Enterprise Center H.B. Suggs Community Center Phillippi Church-Simpson St. James UMC Greenville Church of God Fellowship Hall Britthaven of Adyen New Wynn Chapel, Bethel Peace Presbyterian Church, Winterville SHC Sweet Hope FWB- Grimesland 017 Bethel Community Center 031 Cypress Glenn 047 Farmville Community Center 049 Farmville Housing Authority 089 Pitt County Memorial Hospital 106 Intergenerational Community Center 118 Willis Building 201 Anointed Ones Church 273 Safe Haven 297 STRIVE >BOOKS AND SUPPLIES STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE for purchasing their TEXTS and CLASS SUPPLIES • Many Continuing Education and Community Development Division course require textbooks and special supplies. • When a text is required, students will be notified through course publicity and/or at the first class meeting. SPECIFIC FEES, SUCH AS LAB FEES, for items required by a course IN ADDITION to normal materials >FEES • • The basic registration fee charged for a Continuing Education and Community Development continuing education course is the occupational extension fee established by the North Carolina General Assembly. Deviation from the basic registration fee may be mandated by state statue for individuals and/or groups by source of funding and self-supported course requirements. Insurance cost is a specific fee required of Continuing Education and Community Development students in identified courses requiring shop, physical exercises, and clinical experiences. Insurance participation for other students is optional. MAY BE CHARGED provided by the College TUITION, FEES, AND OTHER EXPENSES must be paid in ONLY AMERICAN CURRENCY >INCLEMENT WEATHER ANNOUNCEMENTS will be made on your local RADIO and TV STATIONS as well as on PCC TELEPHONE • The college president will make the decision as to whether or not classes will be held during periods of inclement weather. • Continuing education classes which are missed or not held for any reason, including inclement weather, will be rescheduled or the instruction will be made up by another alternative. 252.493.7200 >CONTINUING EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BUILDING FIRETOWER ROAD GR EE ILL NV REE ER ST T EB RS BBQ PARKE D. LV DEXT MEMORIAL DRIVE (HWY. 11) KINSTON 2 Miles from PCC CAMPUS Greenville Center Continuing Education & Community Development Registration & Main Office 3107 S. Memorial Drive Greenville, NC 27858 SAM’S CLUB TIMES, DATES, PRICING, AND LOCATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR THE LATEST UPDATES. FIND OUT MORE | SPRING 2013 33 >REGISTRATION INFORMATION NO WALK-IN REGISTRATION on first day of class (excluding the Basic Skills and HRD classes). YOU MUST REGISTER THREE DAYS BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE PLEASE PAY BY CHECK or MONEY ORDER (credit cards also accepted) NO CASH! • • • • • • Registration by the Continuing Education and Community Development is on a FIRST COME-FIRST SERVED basis. Any adult 18 years of age or older (and out of high school) may register for a course. Individuals 16-18 years old may register only with written permission from their high school official. There is no registration fee for Adult Basic Education and Adult High School courses. New and returning Basic Skills students must attend an orientation or assessment. Legal residents of North Carolina 65 and above are allowed to take one free Occupational Extension Course per semester. (except for self- supporting (SEF) classes). Pitt Community College reserves the right to change schedules at any time and to add or withdraw courses. >REFUND POLICY The College may refund registration fees under the following circumstances: for Self-Supporting (SEF) courses unless the course is CANCELED by NO REFUNDS or TRANSFERS Continuing Education and Community Development. REFUNDS are automatically processed for ALL COURSES by the college if a course is CANCELED by • • • If a student officially withdraws from the class prior to the first class session, the student will receive a 100% refund. If a class is canceled due to insufficient enrollment, the student will receive a 100% refund. After a class begins and a student officially withdraws from the class prior to or by the 10% point of the scheduled hours, the student will receive a 75% refund. This refund is limited to the registration fee and does not include accident insurance, liability insurance, textbooks, or supplies. To officially withdraw for a refund, students must sign a refund form on or before the 10% point of the class. This form is available in the Continuing Education & Community Development Division office. Continuing Education and Community Development. >COURSE REPEATS Continuing Education registration desk HOURS OF OPERATION: Monday – Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Students who take and Occupational Extension course (designated OE) more than twice within a five-year period shall pay a prorated cost of the course determined by Pitt Community College. Students may repeat a Self-Supporting class as many times as they wish. Division of Continuing Education & Community Development P.O. Drawer 7007 • Greenville, NC 27835 Phone (252) 493-7388 • Fax (252) 321-4626 www.pittcc.edu/continuing-education TO APPLY, YOU MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER. If you are age 16, or have not yet reached age 18, then you must have a Release Form signed by your High School Principal or his/her designated representative in order to be eligible to enroll in Continuing Education courses. (This form may be obtained from our office.) NOTE: SHADED BLOCKS ARE FOR OFFICE USE ONLY. I certify that I am 18 years or older and not enrolled in public school, or, a public school release form is attached with all required signatures. STUDENT DATA FORM Instructions: Type or print in ink, respond to all questions completely, use your legal name, and return completed application to the PCC Representative. Last Name Jr./Sr./III Address County Country County of Residence Home Phone + Area Code First City State of Residence Colleague ID Middle State Zip US Citizen: Yes No Work Phone + Area Code How did you hear about this course? Please check only one of the boxes below: Advertisement Social Security Number Corporate Contact Personal Initiative Date of Birth Recruitment Activities Referral Other _______________________ Gender: Male Female Name of High School attended or GED received from: Check one of the following graduation types : Ethnic Background: (Check one) Student Type: Employer Name: 1 Graduated High School Did not graduate High School GED Completion Current High School/GED student Adult High School Graduate Black 3 Address: White 2 Amer Indian/Alas 4 Hispanic 5 Senior Citizen Asian/Pacific Island 6 Dual Enrollment Other Inmate Non-applicable Employee Fire/Rescue/EMS/Law Enforcement Employment Status: Check One IRi __Retired UN __Unemployed-Not Seeking employment US __Unemployed-Seeking employment E1 __Employed 1-10 hours per week E2 __Employed 11-20 hours per week E3 __Employed 21-39 hours per week E4 __Employed 40 or more hours per week Email Address: Check Highest Educational Level Attained: 1st grade 7th grade GED nd 2 grade 8th grade Adult High School Diploma 3rd grade 9th grade Post High School Vocational 4th grade 10th grade Associate Degree 5th grade 11th grade Bachelor’s Degree 6th grade 12th grade Master’s Degree or Higher Is your tuition being paid by an agency/organization? If yes, what organization ______________________________________ (Copy of authorization to pay must be on file or attached) Are you taking this course for certification? Yes No Please complete the following if it applies to you: I hereby give permission to Pitt Community College and the NC Department of Community Colleges to release my grades to: NC Department of Insurance Fire/Rescue Commission NC Criminal Justice’s Training & Standards Commission and/or NC Sheriff’s Commission Employer or Potential Employer___________________________________ Other_________________________ BY MY SIGNATURE, I CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE INFORMATION IS CORRECT. Signature Date Revised 04/2008 TAKE A CLASS THAT... ...interests you! We are pleased to be offering our Steel Drum class this semester! Please call Lisa Smith at 493-7317 for more information ...works for you! We would love to offer a weekend Phlebotomy course! Does this interest you? If so please call Sidette Brown at 493-7233! 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