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solutions A PUBLICATION OF THE CENTER FOR BUSINESS SOLUTIONS AT ALBANY TECHNICAL COLLEGE WINTER 2016/17

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INDUSTRIAL OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN PROGRAM New Program Established to Serve Albany Industry Needs See Pages 6-8 inside


solutions A PUBLICATION OF THE CENTER FOR BUSINESS SOLUTIONS AT ALBANY TECHNICAL COLLEGE - WINTER 2016/17

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INSIDE THIS EDITION

Staff Members

FROM THE ATC PRESIDENT 2

New Program to Boost Albany Industry

FROM THE VICE PRESIDENT OF CBS 3

New Healthcare Programs

LOGISTICS EDUCATION CENTER/ KIRKLAND CONFERENCE CENTER 4/5

MATT TRICE

STEVE EIDSON CEDT, PMP®

Vice President 430.3563

Solutions Associate, Instruction 430.6619

mtrice@albanytech.edu

seidson@albanytech.edu

Event Facilities Available

COVER FEATURE 6/7

New Program Launched to Meet Albany Industry Needs

ATC PROGRAM FEATURE 8 Get Trained for a Career in an Albany Industry CONTINUING EDUCATION 9-13 Our Latest CE Offerings

GARY FRAGÉ

Faculty Chair, Business Logistics Management 430.3924 gfrage@albanytech.edu

SONDRA AIKENS Solutions Assistant 430.6598

saikens@albanytech.edu

Solutions is published quarterly by the Albany Technical College Marketing and Public Relations department for the Center for Business Solutions at Albany Technical College. Albany Technical College is a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia. Questions and comments relating to this publication or any of its contents may be addressed to: TRACY WALLACE

Wendy Howell,Executive Director of Marketing & Public Relations, Albany Technical College, 229.430.3816 or whowell@albanytech.edu

twallace@albanytech.edu

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On the Cover:

New Technical Certificate of Credit Program provides potential employees an opportunity to become industry-trained.

FEATURES page 4

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LOGISTICS EDUCATION CENTER

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KIRKLAND CONFERENCE CENTER

NEW! INDUSTRIAL OPERATIONS PROGRAM

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CONTINUING EDUCATION - SPRING 2017 CLASS OFFERINGS


FROM OUR COLLEGE PRESIDENT

DR. ANTHONY O. PARKER

New Program to Boost Albany Industry The highlight of this issue of Solutions is our all new Industrial Operations Technician program at Albany Tech. This new program is sure to boost employment for industries in Albany. Created specificially on a recommendation made by the Albany Industry Roundtable, this is the perfect opportunity for potential employees to get pre-certified for employment. This program is just one of many new programs we are offering to boost our local workforce.We are always in search of new programs and opportunities to progress our community.

We invite all industries and businesses in Albany and the surrounding region to reach out to us if you have a need for us to offer a new program, or to contact our Center for Business Solutions for training opportunities offered. Remember, we are here to serve all workforce needs of the Southwest Georgia region and hope you will contact us to help you and your business. Thank you for your support. Sincerely,

Anthony O. Parker, Ph.D. President, Albany Technical College

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from the President


FROM OUR VICE PRESIDENT

MATT TRICE

New Healthcare Programs Available The Center for Business Solutions is proud to introduce two new medical non-credit programs that can help individuals jumpstart a career in health care. The Phlebotomy Technician program and EKG Technician program will be offered as non-credit certification programs beginning in April 2017. Both of these programs lead to national certification in highdemand fields. The Phlebotomy Technician program begins April 17. A phlebotomist is a vital member of the clinical laboratory team whose main function is to obtain patients’ blood specimens for testing purposes. The demand for phlebotomy technicians has increased substantially as healthcare services become more complex. Industry experts predict a 15 percent increase in phlebotomy jobs by 2018. CBS’s Phlebotomy Tech program is an 11-week program consisting of 90 credit hours of classroom training and clinical externships. Upon the

successful completion of the program, students will be eligible to sit for a national certification exam. The EKG Tech program begins April 7. The demand for EKG technicians is high, and the need for these professionals in hospitals, doctor’s offices and clinics is expected to increase substantially. An EKG Technician uses electrocardiogram instruments to monitor the heart function of patients.

rewarding health care field, give us a call at 229-430-3867 and ask about our Phlebotomy Tech and EKG Tech programs. A new career could be just a few months away. Sincerely,

Matt Trice Vice President, Center for Business Solutions

The EKG Tech program at the Center for Business Solutions is an 8-week program consisting of 50 credit hours of classroom training. Clinical externships may also be an option for these students. Students who complete the program successfully will qualify to take an exam for national certification. Provided through evening and weekend classes, these programs are ideal for underemployed individuals looking for a career path rather than a dead end job. If you’re ready to enter the

from the Vice President

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CBS EVENT SERVICES

LOGISTICS EDUCATION CENTER

Logistics Education Center Auditorium + Executive Board Room If you are looking to take your employees offsite for training to a neutral location where they can focus on learning, consider Albany Tech. Technology is an asset for any training facility, but with the technology options available through Albany Technical College’s Logistics Education Center Auditorium, the possibilities are endless. This 76-chair facility offers technology features such as multiple cameras, cable, multiple large LCD screens, including stage four-set and four audience dropdowns. The Logistics Education Center is an ideal venue for training sessions of all sizes.

region. For more information on the Logistics Education Center Auditorium at Albany Tech or information on renting the facility for your organization or business’s next meeting or training session, contact the Center for Business Solutions at 229.430.3563. You can also find more info about the facility by visiting http://cbs.albanytech.edu and clicking on the “Event Services” link.

If the auditorium and executive board room in the Logistics Education Center do not meet your needs, we also have the multi-purpose Kirkland Conference Center (see page 5) available for your events. Our rental venues at Albany Technical College opened for business in the late 1990’s. Over the past several years, word has spread about our outstanding facilities and we’ve had the opportunity to host many events for some of the largest employers and organizations in our

Logistics Education Center

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KIRKLAND CONFERENCE CENTER

CBS EVENT SERVICES

Kirkland Conference Center A multi-purpose room that can be arranged to handle a banquet, large classroom setting, or even a theatre is what you’ll find with Albany Tech’s George M. Kirkland Conference Center. A 4,000-square-foot facility, the Kirkland Conference Center can hold up to 600 people. The various floor arrangements in the facility are endless with partitions available, as well as round and rectangular tables. In addition, the Kirkland Conference Center offers a wide range of technology capabilities. Multiple cameras, cable, podium with wired microphone, wireless microphones, and much more are available. For more information on the Kirkland Conference Center at Albany Tech or information on renting the facility for your organization or business’s next meeting or training session, contact the Center for Business Solutions at 229.430.3563.

Kirkland Conference Center

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Industrial Operations Technician Program Launched to Meet Albany Industry Needs Albany Technical College’s Center for Business Solutions (CBS) and the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) in partnership with the Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission (EDC) and the Albany-Dougherty Industry Roundtable, held a signing ceremony on July 12th in the Kirkland Conference Center on the Albany Tech campus, to launch a new technical certificate of credit aimed at providing students with the skills necessary to create a more competitive workforce to meet employers’ needs. The new program, Industrial Operations Technician, is the first of its kind of Georgia. Students enrolled in the new program

will learn a variety of vital manufacturing principles, including Lean Six Sigma, operations management, industrial mechanics and interpersonal skills. “We have an opportunity to provide the industry in our community with world class technicians,” said Dr. Anthony O. Parker, Albany Technical College President. “Courses from the Industrial Operations certificate are embedded in associate of applied science degrees in Operations Management, Logistics, and Industrial Systems Technology and provides graduates with an opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree at seven of Georgia’s finest universities.”

“Albany Technical College, through the Center for Business Solutions, continues to look for ways to enhance the workforce in our region, and the new Industrial Operations Technician program does just that by targeting the specific needs of the manufacturing community in Albany and Dougherty County,” said Matt Trice,Vice President of the Center for Business Solutions at Albany Technical College. “Ongoing dialogue between our technical colleges and local businesses is critical to developing programs that fulfill the needs of both students and industry,” said Matt Arthur, Deputy Commissioner of the Technical Col-

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INDUSTRIAL OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN

COVER FEATURE

“A skilled labor force is critical for employers. This program was developed by our industries to meet our workforce needs.” -- Werhner Washington, co-chair of the Albany-Dougherty Industry Roundtable and plant manager of Albany’s Procter & Gamble plant

lege System of Georgia. “Programs like this are the reason we have technical colleges in Georgia – to educate students in fields for which they have a passion while enabling them to become a productive member of the state’s workforce.” The certificate of credit was developed in collaboration with members of the Albany-Dougherty Industry Roundtable, a CEO-level forum of major manufacturers and distribution centers in Albany-Dougherty County.The roundtable, an initiative of the Albany-Dougherty EDC, includes Albany Green Energy, Coats & Clark’s craft manufacturing facility, Coats & Clark’s North American Distribution Center, Marine Depot Maintenance Command at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Procter & Gamble, Mars

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Chocolate North America, MillerCoors, Pfizer, SASCO Chemical Group and Tara Foods. The new program aligns the needs of AlbanyDougherty County’s industries with the training opportunities available, thereby further strengthening the local and regional labor force and making it more attractive to prospective and existing industries. “A skilled labor force is critical for employers. This program was developed by our industries to meet our work force needs,” said Werhner Washington, co-chair of the Albany-Dougherty Industry Roundtable and plant manager of Albany’s Procter & Gamble plant. “As industries, we’re appreciative of the partnership with Alba-

ny Technical College and the Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission in making this program a reality.” “The Albany-Dougherty EDC takes great pride in having strong relationships with our community’s existing industries.We connect industry leaders to each other and to the resources they need to be more competitive,” said Justin Strickland, president of the Albany-Dougherty EDC, which focuses on recruitment and retention of industry for Albany-Dougherty County. In further support, the Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission has funded a scholarship through Albany Technical College for the Industrial Operations Technician program. solutions | Albany Technical College | Winter 2016/17 | 7


CBS PROGRAM FEATURE

INDUSTRIAL OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN

Industrial Operations Technician

Get Trained for a Career in an Albany Industry Created specificially for Albany Industry in search of pre-trained employees, the Industrial Operations Technician program was launched by Albany Tech’s Center for Business Solutions, in conjuction with the Albany-Dougherty Industry Roundtable, launched the Industrial Operations Technician program. Currently in its first term, the new Technical Certificate of Credit (TCC) is the first of its kind within the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG).There are over 25 students enrolled this first semester. The 18-credit hour program consists of areas of training such as Interpersonal Relations and Professional Development, Operations Management Strategies, Industrial Mechanics, and Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. Students enrolled in the new program will qualify to apply for employment with Albany industries such as Procter & Gamble, Mars Chocolate North America, Coats & Clark, MillerCoors, Pfizer,Tara Foods, SASCO Chemicals, Albany Green Energy, and Marine Depot Maintenance Command. Additional industries plan to be involved in the near future. For more information about the new program, contact Albany Tech’s Center for Business Solutions at 229.430.3563 or email cbs@albanytech.edu.

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The 18-credit hour program consists of areas of training such as Interpersonal Relations and Professional Development, Operations Management Strategies, Industrial Mechanics, and Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.


Continuing Education Classes - SPRING 2017

LIVE CLASSROOM PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

HEALTHCARE CERTIFICATIONS

Get certified in a high-demand career in a few short months. Albany Tech’s Phlebotomy Technician Program and EKG Technician Program include hands-on clinical training with local healthcare providers and national certification. Phlebotomy Technician - 11-week program A phlebotomist is a vital member of the clinical laboratory team, whose main function is to obtain patient’s blood specimens by venipuncture and micro-collection for testing purposes. Albany Tech’s Phlebotomy Technician program is an 11-week course that prepares students to collect blood specimens from clients for the purpose of laboratory analysis. Spring Session: April 10 – June 21, 2017 Monday and Wednesday classes from 6:00-9:30 p.m. Three Saturday classes (April 29, May 20 & June 10) from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Tuition: $1,799 (includes textbooks and national certification exam) Registration required by April 3. For details on this program, visit CBS.albanytech.edu/phlebotomy

CPR/First Aid - Basic Life Support (BLS) and First Aid. American Heart Association course for healthcare workers. Choose one of two dates: ● Friday, February 3: 1:00-8:00 p.m. Cost: $69 for early registration (by January 27); $75 if registered after January 27. (includes CPR and First Aid certification cards) or ● Saturday, February 11: 8:00-3:00 p.m. Cost: $69 for early registration (by February 3); $75 if registered after February 3. (includes CPR and First Aid certification cards) CPR/First Aid – Heartsaver® and First Aid – American Heart Association course for general public Saturday, February 25, 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. $59 for early registration (by February 17); $65 if registered after February 17 (includes CPR and First Aid certification cards) LET US BRING THE TRAINING TO YOU! We’ll bring CPR training to your office. We can provide CPR certification to your staff at your work place. American Heart Association Heartsaver® CPR/AED, or BLS for healthcare workers available, as well as American Heart Association First Aid training. Call 229-430-3867 for more information.

Microsoft Office - Each course is 8 hours of instruction over a two-week period on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. EKG Technician - 8-week program EKG technicians are in demand! EKG techs perform diagnostic tests to aid doctors in identifying and treating cardiovascular problems in patients. Albany Tech’s EKG Technician program prepares students to work in physician’s offices, hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities and organizations. Spring Session: April 17 – June 7, 2017 Monday and Wednesday classes from 6:00-9:30 p.m. Tuition: $999 (includes textbooks and national certification exam) Registration required by April 10. For details on this program, visit CBS.albanytech.edu/EKG

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Microsoft Word: January 24, 26, 31, February 2. 6:00-8:00 p.m. Cost: $79 for early registration (by January 17). $85 after January 17 Microsoft Excel: February 7, 9, 14, 16. 6:00-8:00 p.m. Cost: $79 for early registration (by January 31). $85 after January 31. Microsoft Excel Advanced: February 21, 23, 28, March 2. 6:00-8:00 p.m. Cost: $79 for early registration (by February 14). $85 after February 14. Microsoft PowerPoint: March 7, 9, 14, 16. 6:00-8:00 p.m. Cost: $79 for early registration (by February 28). $85 after February 28. Microsoft Access: April 11, 13, 18, 20. 6:00-8:00 p.m. Cost: $79 for early registration (by April 4). $85 after April 4. Microsoft Outlook: April 25, 27, May 2, May 4. 6:00-8:00 p.m. Cost: $79 for early registration (by April 18). $85 after April 18. Multiple Class discounts available. Save money when you take more than one Microsoft class. Save $10 when you take 2 classes Save $15 when you take 3 classes Save $20 when you take 4 classes Save $25 when you take 5 classes Save $30 when you take all 6 classes solutions | Albany Technical College | Winter 2016/17 | 9


Continuing Education Classes - SPRING 2017

Computer Tutor Private one-on-one compute instruction to meet student’s personal needs (basic skills, social media, software applications, etc.). Let us know what you need to know.

$110 for late registration. REGISTRATION FOR EACH CLASS CLOSES ON THE THURSDAY PRIOR TO THE CLASS AT 5:00 PM. Upcoming Forklift Operator Class Dates January 21 (Early registration through January 13. Late registration through January 19. Registration closes January 19) February 4 (Early registration through January 13. Late registration through February 2. Registration closes February 2) February 18 (Early registration through February 10. Late registration through February 16. Registration closes February 16) March 4 (Early registration through February 24. Late registration through March 2. Registration closes March 2) March 18 (Early registration through March 10. Late registration through March 16. Registration closes March 16) April 1 (Early registration through March 24. Late registration through March 30. Registration closes March 30) April 15 (Early registration through April 7. Late registration through April 13. Registration closes April 13) April 29 (Early registration through April 21. Late registration through April 27. Registration closes April 27) May 13 (Early registration through May 5. Late registration through May 11. Registration closes May 11) Dates are subject to change. Forklift Classes are offered weather permitting.

$40/hour with a 2 hour minimum. Sessions available day and evening Monday through Friday. Sessions taught in our computer lab.

Georgia Contractor Pre-License Prep Course

QuickBooks Basic

Become one of more than 40,000 successful students J.J. Johnson has prepared to pass state licensing examinations. J. J. Johnson has been a General Contractor for 48 years. For over 35 years, he has helped individuals pass the State Contractor’s Examinations in Georgia and four other states. He has been a Real Estate Broker for 21 years and has a degree in Civil Engineering from Georgia Tech. He was first to offer preFebruary Class licensing seminars in the Southeast. This live seminar includes one day Tuesday, February 21 and Thursday, February 23 of instruction taught by J. J. Johnson, a home study book and blueprints 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Cost: $79 for early registration (by February 14); $85 if registered after February 14 with sample questions and answers, access to seminar videos, access to online solutions of sample blueprint questions, and access to updated materials. May Class Tuesday, May 2 and Thursday, May 4 • J. J. Johnson has successfully prepared over 40,000 students. 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. • Students always have a high passing rate (92%-96%) Cost: $79 for early registration (by April 25); $85 if registered after April 25 • Updated information is used in each new seminar and we use the most advanced teaching method available to prepare you. • Students may tape record the seminar so they can review information as often as necessary. • Contractor’s Seminars offers Home Study materials and Computer Study Aids. Class meets in the evening and consists of two 3-hour sessions. Class will cover: Basic Quickbooks Navigation; Managing Expenses; Connecting your Bank and Credit Card to QuickBooks; Inventory; Syncing Pay Pal with QuickBooks; Setting Up and Using Payments; Printing Checks; and more!

continued on Page 11 Forklift Operator Training Receive operator training in accordance with OSHA Standard 1910.178. The program fully covers the requirements to be an efficient and safe forklift operator. This course is 8 hours in length and includes three hours of classroom training with the balance devoted to hands-on driving. Classes are Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Fee: $100 for early registration (early registration closes 8 days before class); 10 | solutions | Albany Technical College | Winter 2016/17

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Continuing Education Classes - SPRING 2017

Georgia Contractor Pre-License Prep Course, continued

Project Management Professional Overview Course

JJ Johnson seminars are offered in partnership with Albany Tech Center for Business Solutions

No matter where you are in the world or what industry you work in, speak the language used by nearly 650,000 certified project managers around the globe. The Project Management Professional (PMP)® is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers.

GA Residential Basic Seminar: This seminar will prepare students to pass the Georgia Residential Basic Exam. Wednesday, March 8, 8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Albany Technical College Manufacturing Technology Center Seminar Fee: $325.00 Register online at www.Contractorsseminars.com or contact Albany Tech at 229-430-3867 for payment. The reference books are not included with the seminar. Visit www.contractorsseminars.com to purchase books or call toll free 1-888-277-4045. USED REFERENCE BOOKS MAY BE AVAILABLE. Call toll free 1-888-277-4045 for availability.Contractors Seminars will gladly buy back your books for 55% of the cost.

The PMP® is truly global. As a PMP, you can work in virtually any industry, with any methodology and in any location. The PMP also increases your earning potential. PMP certification holders earn 20 percent more than their non-certified peers according to Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey, Ninth Edition. To earn your Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential, you need to meet the experience and education requirements, and pass the PMP® examination. Successful PMP candidates typically use multiple study aids, including courses, self-study and study groups.

The Project Management Institute requires candidates take 36 hours of education before sitting for the exam. Albany Tech’s Center for Business Solutions offers a 36-hour PMP Overview which satisfies this educational GA Residential Light Commercial Seminar: This seminar will prepare students to requirement and improves your potential for success in the PMP program. pass the Georgia Residential Light Commercial Exam. Albany Tech’s PMP Overview emphasizes the PMI approach to project management and focuses on PMI methods and terminology. Wednesday, March 8, 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Albany Technical College Manufacturing Technology Center Spring 2017 Course Dates: April 10-14, 2017 Seminar Fee: $350.00 Cost: $1095 Register online at www.Contractorsseminars.com or contact Albany Tech at Registration required by 2 weeks prior to class 229-430-3867 for payment. A 10% discount is offered to employers who enroll three or more employees in the class. The reference books are not included with the seminar. Visit www. contractorsseminars.com to purchase books or call toll free 1-888-277-4045. Interested in training for your entire team? The Center for Business USED REFERENCE BOOKS MAY BE AVAILABLE. Call toll free 1-888-277-4045 for availability.Contractors Seminars will gladly buy back your books for 55% of the Solutions can provide PMP Training for your staff on a contract basis. Let us design a training program that will fit your schedule. cost. GA General Seminar: This seminar will prepare students to pass the Georgia General Exam (also known as NASCLA Accredited Exam - NCBCE). Wednesday, March 8, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Albany Technical College Manufacturing Technology Center Seminar Fee: $395.00 Register online at www.Contractorsseminars.com or contact Albany Tech at 229-430-3867 for payment.

Driver’s Education for Adults Need a Driver’s License for employment? Albany Tech offers one-on-one driving instruction to prepare you for Georgia’s Driver’s License examination. Our qualified and patient instructors have flexible schedules to meet your scheduling needs, and the instructor can pick you up from your location and deliver you back at the end of class. Cost of instruction: $300 Instruction with Pick up: $325

The reference books are not included with the seminar. Visit www.contractorsseminars.com to purchase books or call toll free 1-888-277-4045. USED REFERENCE BOOKS MAY BE AVAILABLE. Call toll free 1-888-277-4045 for availability. Contractors Seminars will gladly buy back your books for 55% of the cost. solutions | Albany Technical College | Winter 2016/17 | 11


Continuing Education Classes - SPRING 2017

PERSONAL ENRICHMENT

Adobe Photoshop

Ballroom Dance

Four 2-hour evening sessions. Students must have laptop computer and Photoshop software. Students should bring their computer to class with Photoshop loaded. Monday evenings, March 13-23, 6:30-8:00 p.m. Cost: $79 Early registration (by March 6); $85 if registered after March 6.

Classes offered in partnership with Albany Area Arts Council. Eight-week classes will be held in Carnegie Library building, 215 N. Jackson Street, Albany. Foxtrot & Waltz: Monday nights, 6:15-7:15 p.m. January 30-March 20 Intermediate Latin: Monday nights, 7:30-8:30 p.m. January 30-March 20 One class: $130/couple Early Registration (through January 23); $140/couple after January 23. Both classes: $200/couple Early Registration (through January 23); $210/couple after January 23.

Chart the Course to Retirement Digital Photography Back by popular demand! Professional photographer Walt Petruska shows you all the great things you can do with your digital camera. Class includes four 2-hour evening sessions and one Saturday session in the field with your camera. Students should bring their own camera to each class.

What are your retirement dreams? Traveling? Pursuing your favorite hobby? Volunteering for a cause you believe in? Spoiling your grandchildren? Whatever your dreams are, you need a plan to get there. This class will provide the map you need to chart your financial course to retirement.

Topics: What do all those buttons do? Learn about exposure, camera modes, color balance, and ISO; Improve your skills with a better understanding of depth of field, focus, composition, lighting, and flash; Determine how to choose between color and black & white; Hear secrets of a professional photographer; Downloading and storing your photos, printing at home. Class includes one session in the field (time and location to be determined).

2-hour class offered twice. Choose the date that works best for you. Monday, February 20, 6:00-8:00 p.m. $15 Early Registration (by February 13); $19 after February 13 or Tuesday, March 21, 6:00-8:00 p.m. $15 Early Registration (by March 14); $19 after March 14

Monday nights, April 17-May 8; 6:30-8:00 p.m. One Saturday session in the field. Fee: $99 Early Registration (by April 10); $109 after April 10

Intro to Investing Tuesday, May 9, 5:30-8:30 p.m. $20 Early Registration (by May 2); $25 after May 2

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Continuing Education Classes - SPRING 2017

ONLINE COURSES

CONTRACT TRAINING

Albany Tech offers a wide variety of online classes for Professional Development and Personal Enrichment through ed2go. Ed2Go Course Start Dates for Spring 2017: January 18 February 15 March 15

The Center for Business Solutions works with local employers to provide training to their employees. Our training can be customized to meet your needs and can take place on our campus or at your work sites. Our training capabilities run the gamut from computer training, to leadership training, to team-building and more. Call 229430-3867 and tell us what you need.

Here is just a sample of the many online course offerings from Ed2Go: • Accounting Fundamentals • Grant Writing • Starting Your Own Business • Web Design • Health Information Management • Creative Writing • Paralegal • and more! These three easy steps can start you on your way to learning on your own schedule. Step 1: Select a course or courses Step 2: Select one of the three Spring 2017 start dates: January 18, February 15 or March 15 Step 3: Register and pay on Ed2Go. Click here for more information: http://www.ed2go.com/albtech/

For more information or to register for classes, call CBS at 229.430.3563 or email cbs@albanytech.edu.

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Solutions Magazine Winter 2016/2017  

A Publication of the Center for Business Solutions at Albany Technical College

Solutions Magazine Winter 2016/2017  

A Publication of the Center for Business Solutions at Albany Technical College

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