Education That Works
Whether you are a prospective student, parent, current student, alumni, or friend, this publication is for you. This magazine will provide you with the latest and exciting things happening at the college. Central Carolina Community College is recognized throughout the state for its reputation of innovation and academic excellence. We offer associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates in more than 45 programs of study. The college also has an expansive continuing education program. Day, evening, and online courses are available to fit your schedule and lifestyle. At CCCC, you can prepare to enter the workforce or transfer to a university—all at an affordable cost. Most importantly, our college is student-focused. Faculty, staff, and administration are committed to helping students achieve their educational goals. We will help you every step of the way, from finding financial aid to picking the right major. I hope you will have an opportunity to visit a campus location near you!
Continuing Education Earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for professional certifications, learn a new vocational skill, or gain a satisfying hobby with Continuing Education’s occupational and enrichment programs. The following is a sampling of the programs and classes available: Windows Word, Internet, and Email H elping the Enrichment Ballroom Dancing Creative Retirement Painting and Pottery Tai Chi and Yoga Community Distance Education/ed2go Hundreds of professional and enrichment classes are available online through ed2go (www. ed2go.com/cccc). Real Estate Vehicle Safety Inspection/ OBD Registered Nurse Updates Skilled Trades Welding Forklift Certification Small Engine Technology Masonry Medical Training Central Sterile Processing EKG Technician Healthcare Activities Director Healthcare Billing and Coding Nurse Aide I and II Patient Care Technician Pharmacy Technician Phlebotomy Technician Polysomnography/Sleep Disorders Technician Career and Employment Skills Career Readiness Certification Interviewing Job Searching Résumé Writing Sustainable & Green Hospitality & Culinary Arts Artistry & Craftsmanship Languages And much more! Computer Technology Computer Skills for Employment Microsoft Office Applications QuickBooks Professional Development Cosmetology Early Childhood Development Notary Public featured A programs Continuing Education Polysomnography (Sleep Disorders Technician) Nurse Aide I re you interested in the impact the lack of sleep has on the human body? You may find the field of polysomnography, the monitoring of physiological activity during sleep, an interesting career field. As a sleep disorders technician student, learn about sleep disorders and performing sleep studies. Graduates can take a national exam to become a registered polysomnographic technologist (RPST). To enroll, you must already have a current certification in an eligible medical field, plus 1,000 hours of direct patient care. I f you are a people person, check out Nurse Aide I training. You will be qualified to help with basic patient care in nursing homes, hospitals, and doctors’ offices. Training can be completed in a few months. Increase your marketability and income by continuing your education in Nurse Aide II, Phlebotomy Technician, or EKG Technician. The ever-expanding healthcare field is facing a shortage of primary healthcare workers. By expanding your skill base now, you will be ready to meet any challenge or opportunity the future brings. 12 Central Carolina Community College