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At Bates Technical College 2010 - 2011 Winter Class Schedule

General Education Pages 10-11 Career Education Pages 12 - 15 Continuing Education Pages 16 - 21 Home & Family Life Pages 24 - 29

www.bates.ctc.edu | 253.680.7000 Schedule Key: BDC=Bates Downtown Campus, BSC=Bates South Campus, BMC=Bates Mohler Campus, 7163=Item Number, E307=Room Number, Sat=Day 5/3-5/10 =Beginning & ending dates of courses, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.=Time, 8 hrs=Hours, 5cr=Credits, $50=Fee, D=Degree, C=Certificate, 4 Qtrs = 4 Quarters

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Bates Technical College | Winter 2010 - 2011 Class Schedule

Getting started at Bates is easy... Follow these steps to register for classes. From choosing a career education program to getting financial aid, we’re here to help. Read on to learn what you need to do to get started on retooling your life!

Register for Career Education STEP 1 Attend an Information Session Learn how to get started at Bates Technical College! Bring your questions, your career choices and any test scores you may have. The information session begins promptly, so please arrive on time to avoid missing important information. You can also set up a follow-up appointment for educational planning. STEP 2 Apply for Financial Aid Financial aid is available for qualified students. Apply early to receive full funding. Apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov and sign the free application using your Personal Identification Number (PIN). If you don’t have a PIN, apply online at www.pin.ed.gov and receive your PIN within 2-3 days. After you submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you will receive a Student Aid Report (SAR) within 4-5 days. FAFSA worksheets are available at both the Downtown and South Campus financial aid offices. If you have any questions about your FAFSA, visit www.studentaid.gov or call 1.800.4.FED.AID. STEP 3 Complete Entrance Testing The COMPASS test provides placement information for general education courses, which some career education programs may require. Get a testing schedule for both Downtown and South Campus at the Downtown Assessment Center, M216, or call 253.680.7030. The fee for this test is $25.25. To request accommodations, contact the Disability Support Services (DSS) office at 253.680.7013, (TTY) 253.680.7045.

STEP 4 Schedule an appointment with a Career Advisor A career advisor can help you learn about certificate and degree requirements, support services, college policies and procedures and work with you to develop your educational plan. Your career advisor will also talk with you about general education or basic studies requirements. During this appointment, students will complete an application form and pay the non-refundable $62.70 application fee. To speak with a career advisor, call 253.680.7002. STEP 5 Complete the registration and enrollment form You will complete the registration and enrollment form with your career advisor. Remember, tuition and fees are due at this time. You may pay in the registration office, M210, at the Downtown Campus or in A115 at South Campus. STEP 6 Attend a new student orientation The New Student Orientation provides helpful information that will prepare you for your career education program. The orientation is usually the week before the start of a new quarter. If you cannot attend the orientation, visit www.bates.ctc.edu/MyBates and click on New Student Orientation for the online orientation. If you have questions or need further assistance at any time during this process, please call Student Services at 253.680.7002 or 253.680.7403. International students can visit www.bates.ctc.edu/international.

About This Publication: This schedule is a guide for prospective students to learn about Bates Technical College and the programs and classes we offer. This class schedule is based on accurate information received as of August 30, 2010. The College reserves the right to add, cancel or change classes and fees as needed and without notice and attempts to do so with minimal inconvenience to students. Length of career education programs is estimated. Time in school may vary based on prior knowledge and experience. If you have comments about this schedule, please contact the Communications and Marketing department at 253.680.7106. On the Cover: “I really appreciate the way the technical colleges provide students with hands-on experience. Thank you Bates!”, Jordon Pike, Broadcast and Video Production. (Page 6) Postmaster: Send address changes to: Bates Technical College, 1101 S. Yakima Ave., Tacoma, WA 98405-4895

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Tom Denney, Computer Name, Network Support Course Instructor with student

Register for Extended Learning Follow these steps to succesfully register for classes. Bates’ Extending Learning courses are short-term educational opportunities that can help you build your career skills, gain professional certification or explore a personal interest. Look inside this Class Schedule for current offerings and follow this step-by-step process to register. For more information about Extended Learning opportunities, call the following departments: Extended Learning First Aid and CPR Home & Family Life

253.680.7300 253.680.7402 253.680.7402 253.680.7500

STEP 1

Complete an Extended Learning Education Registration form, page 17. You can also pick up a form at any Bates campus.

STEP 2

Mail the registration form to Bates Extended Learning, 1101 S. Yakima Ave., Tacoma, WA 98405, or bring the registration form to a cashier at the Downtown or South Campus: Mon - Thu, 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Fri, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

STEP 3

Pay tuition and registration fees. After you pay your tuition and registration fees, you will begin your Extended Learning course. For more information call 253.680.7300 or 253.680.7402 or visit www.bates.ctc.edu/extendedlearning.


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re you ready to complete high school? Want a career change? Looking for enrichment opportunities? Then think of Bates. As the state’s number-one provider of workforce education, we offer more than 50 career education programs that meet the demands of a changing workforce. Not only is our future workforce getting the career training they need here, those who are employed come here to improve their skills—and their prospects for continuing employment. From our career education programs and extended learning opportunities geared toward improving your job skills to small business and organizational assistance offered through our Business and Management Training Center, Bates can help you—and your organization—retool for the economic recovery that’s ahead.

Table of Contents Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 - 11 Page 12 - 15 Page 16 - 21 Page 17 Page 22 - 23 Page 24 - 29 Page 28 - 29 Page 30 Page 31

Getting Started Student Registration Calendar Career Specialists Career Information Sessions, High School Options Contact Phone Numbers Paying for College Bates Technical College Foundation Alumni Association General Education Career Education Continuing Education Continuing Education Registration Form Educator Training Home & Family Life Childcare Advisory Programs & Co-op Preschools General Information Campus Locations & Directions, Bates at Your Service Danielle Wagner, Fashion Contruction

2010-11 Student Registration Calendar Winter quarter October 27 November 3 November 10 November 10 November 29 December 1 December 3 December 10 December 10 December 13 January 14 February 18

Start registration for continuing students Start registration for waitlisted students Open registration Winter tuition due Winter classes start Last day to add class without instructor permission Last day to drop a class and receive an 80% refund Last day to add class with instructor permission Last day to drop a class and not have it appear on your transcript Last day to drop a class and receive a 40% refund Last day to drop a class and have a “W” appear on your transcript Last day of the quarter

Spring quarter January 26 February 2 February 9 February 9 February 23 February 25 February 25 March 8 March 8 March 9 March 31 May 12

Start registration for continuing students Start registration for waitlisted students Open registration Spring tuition due Spring classes start Last day to drop a class and receive an 80% refund Last day to add class without instructor permission Last day to add class with instructor permission Last day to drop a class and not have it appear on your transcript Last day to drop a class and receive a 40% refund Last day to drop a class and have a “W” appear on your transcript Last day of the quarter

*All dates are subject to change.

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Bates Technical College | Winter 2010 - 2011 Class Schedule

Rethink your future with our Career Advisors. Our career advisors understand the importance of your career and education decisions. They will work with you to help match your strengths, interests and abilities to a career education path that’s right for you. Your career advisor is your resource for questions about general education, degree and certificate requirements, tuition, support services and for help in creating your personal education plan.

Laurie Arnold larnold@bates.ctc.edu, 253.680.7007

Jim Field jfield@bates.ctc.edu 253.680.7410

Program Areas: Computer Repair & Network Support Computer Networking Systems Technician Database Technology Electrical Power & Process Automation HTI: Home Technology Integration Information Technologies Specialist International Student Programs Software Development Web Development Wireless Voice & Data Communications WorkSource/Dislocated Workers

Program Areas: Automotive Mechanic Boat Building Carpentry Commercial Truck Driving - Entry Level Electrical Construction Facilities Maintenance Engineer Power Sports & Equipment Technology Vehicle Parts/Accessories Marketing Welding

Monica Schumaker mschumaker@bates.ctc.edu, 253.680.7006

Jason Carroll jcarroll@bates.ctc.edu, 253.680.7008

Program Areas: Administrative Medical Assistant Administrative Office Assistant Architectural Woodworking/Cabinet Making Technology Civil Engineering Technology Electrical Engineering Technician Electronics Engineering Technician Electronics Technician Fire Protection Engineering Technology Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technician Land Survey Legal Office Assistant Machinist Mechanical Engineering

Program Areas: Barber Biomedical Service Technician: Clinical Engineering Early Childhood Education/Childcare Dental Assisting Dental Lab Technician Denturist Electronic Equipment Service Technology Marketing & Business Management Occupational Therapy Assistant Practical Nurse

Dan Eberle deberle@bates.ctc.edu, 253.680.7010 Program Areas: Culinary Arts Fashion Construction & Design Hearing Instrument Technology Sheet Metal Technology

Bob Traufler btraufler@bates.ctc.edu, 253.680.7412 Program Areas: Audio/Sound Technology Auto Body Rebuilding & Refinishing Biotechnology Lab Technician Broadcasting & Video Production Diesel & Heavy Equipment Digital Media Fire Service

Blake Ingram bingram@bates.ctc.edu, 253.680.7299 Worker Retraining Coordinator

How to read this Class Schedule

Our career advisors understand the importance of your career and education decisions. 4 4

Key abbreviations used throughout this Class Schedule: BDC = Bates Downtown Campus BSC = Bates South Campus BMC = Bates Mohler Campus 7126 = Item Number E101 = Room Number D = Degree 4/17-6/5 = Beginning and 8 a.m.-2 p.m. = Time C = Certificate ending dates of courses Sat = Day $200= Fee

6 Qtrs = Number of Quarters 40 hrs = Hours 5cr = Credits

Example:

Building Maintenance Basic Electricity, BUIMT 083 Students will learn the fundamental theories, principles and terminologies needed to develop an understanding of electricity.

7126,

BSC-E101, Sat,

4/17-6/5, 8 a.m.-2 p.m., 40 hrs,

Item Number Campus & Day Beginning and ending dates Room Number of courses

Time

5cr, $200,

D,

C,

6 Qtrs

Hours Credits Fee Degree Certificate Number of Quarters


Career Information Sessions

High School Options

Career Information Sessions cover specifics about your career program—enrollment deadline dates, costs, financial aid, program requirements, support services, resources for students and Bates policies and procedures. Choose your area of interest and attend the appropriate career education information sessions below. If you can’t attend a session, contact a career advisor or the instructor directly to make other arrangements or call 253.680.7002.

Technical High School Orientation

Downtown Campus Career Information Sessions

3 p.m. Downtown Campus Auditorium, 1101 S. Yakima Ave., Tacoma

1101 S. Yakima Ave., Tacoma Every Tuesday at 1 p.m. Information Technology - Biomedical Service Technician: Clinical Engineering - Computer Networking Systems Technician - Computer Repair & Network Support - Database Technology - Electrical Power & Process Automation - Electronic Equipment Service Technology - Electronics Technicain - HTI: Home Technology Integration - Information Technologies Specialist - Software Development - Web Development - Wireless Voice & Data Communications Business Administration - Administrative Medical Assistant - Administrative Office Assistant - Legal Office Assistant - Marketing & Business Management Construction - Architectural Woodworking/ & Cabinet Making Technology - Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technician - Sheet Metal Technology Wholesale and Retail Services - Barber - Culinary Arts - Fashion Construction & Design Education and Training - Early Childhood Education/Childcare Manufacturing - Machinist Engineering - Civil Engineering Technology - Electrical Engineering Technician - Electronics Engineering Technician - Fire Protection Engineering Technology - Land Survey - Mechanical Engineering

1st and 3rd Thursdays at 2 p.m. Health/Sciences - Dental Assisting - Dental Lab Technician - Denturist - Hearing Instrument Technology - Occupational Therapy Assistant - Practical Nurse _________________________

South Campus Career Information Sessions 2201 S. 78th St., Tacoma 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 3 p.m. Transportation and Distribution - Auto Body Rebuilding & Refinishing - Automotive Mechanic - Diesel & Heavy Equipment Mechanic - Power Sports & Equipment Technology - Vehicle Parts/Accessories Marketing Audio/Visual Technology and Communication - Audio/Sound Technology - Broadcasting & Video Production - Digital Media Construction - Boat Building - Carpentry - Electrical Construction - Facilities Maintenance Engineer - Welding Health/Sciences - Biotechnology Lab Technician Wholesale and Retail Services - Culinary Arts

1st and 3rd Wednesday at 3 p.m. Public Safety - Fire Service

Thursdays: 2010 - Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 18, Dec. 9 2011 - Jan. 13, 27, Feb. 10, 24, March 10, 24, April 14, 28, May 12, 26, June 9, 23 10:30 a.m. South Campus Room A100, 2201 S. 78th St., Tacoma

The college does not hold orientations during college holiday breaks. The schedule may change depending on staff availability. Please call 253.680.7004 to confirm orientation dates. Parents and guardians are welcome and encouraged to attend. Transfer to Bates Technical College and earn your high school diploma and a college degree or certificate at the same time. Tuition-free for qualified students 16 and older. Call Qiana Walker at 253.680.7004, Robin Stanton at 253.680.7009, Pete Hauschka at 253.680.7261 or visit www.bates.ctc.edu/HighSchool.

Running Start

Begin your college education at Bates while you complete your home high school graduation requirements. Tuition and most fees waived for qualified 11th and 12th graders. Orientations Running Start Orientations are by appointment only. To schedule an individual appointment, please call Dana McNutt at 253.680.7264.

General Education High School Credit Completion

Take individual high school General Education plus elective classes and earn credits needed for high school graduation, and receive a Bates HS diploma. For more information call Dana McNutt at 253.680.7264

Afternoon Technical High School

Go to school beginning at 12:15 p.m. or earlier until 6 p.m. Explore career areas such as Electrical Construction, Fire Service, Power Sports and Equipment Technology, Welding and Auto Body Rebuilding and Refinishing all while earning a high school diploma and a college degree or certificate. Tuition-free for qualified students 16 and older. See pages 12-15 for program descriptions. Call Lexine Torres at 253.680.7479 or visit www.bates.ctc.edu/highschool. Interested students must attend a Technical High School orientation.

1st and 3rd Thursday at 3 p.m. Transportation and Distribution - Commercial Truck Driving - Entry Level

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Need help? Give us a call. Email us. Downtown Campus 253.680.7000 Mohler Campus 253.680.7700 South Campus 253.680.7400 Toll Free In-State 1.800.562.7099 General Information 253.680.7000 ______________________________________________________________________ Admissions Adult Completion Adult Education/GED Advising Apprenticeship Training Assessment/Testing Center Business and Management Training Career Education Childcare Center, Downtown Closure and Weather Information Line Communications & Marketing Continuing Education Dental Clinic, Mon - Thu 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Disability Support Services Dislocated Workers Displaced Homemakers Distance Learning Diversity Center ECEAP English as a Second Language (ESL) Financial Aid Foundation General Education Hearing Clinic Mon, Wed, Fri, 8 - 11:30 a.m. Home & Family Life Human Resources Job Readiness Training Center Job Service Center KBTC Television Library New Chance Paraeducator Training Registration for Career Education Running Start Teacher Certification Training TDD Technical High School Tutoring Center Veterans’ Benefits Worker Retraining Workfirst

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Jordon Pike A passion for production Jordon Pike began studying television broadcasting her freshman year of high school. She studied video editing for two years and took technical classes for more than three. Her high school broadcasting teacher, Mr. Carr, always spoke highly of the Bates Broadcasting and Video Production program. So Jordon looked through all the course information and decided that Bates was where she wanted to be. During Jordon’s junior year of high school, instructor Mike Scott brought the Bates TV remote truck to the high school to film their school sporting events. “ Mike really trusted my knowledge and gave me the opportunity to work with the college.” This led to another opportunity. This summer Jordan interned with the Tacoma Rainiers from the end of April through the beginning of September. She loves baseball and the experience was a great addition to her education. “To me, Bates is a place to get in touch with my interest and to expand my knowledge on the subject areas I don’t already know. Mike is a wonderful instructor and presents information is a way that makes you want to study the subject. I really appreciate the way the technical colleges provide students with hands-on experience. Thank you Bates!” Jordon enrolled in Bates after completing high school in June and will graduate the winter of 2011 with an AT degree. She then plans to look into the computer/video game industry.


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Paying for College Tuition

For tuition information, visit www.bates.ctc.edu/tuition or call 253.680.7019.

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available for eligible students. Students and their families do not necessarily need to be considered low-income to qualify for some kinds of financial aid, but students must demonstrate financial need to be eligible for federal assistance. Even if you’re receiving financial assistance from agency sources (L&I, VA, DVR, WorkSource, WorkFirst), you may be eligible for additional grant aid from state and federal financial aid sources. We determine eligibility by comparing the difference between the cost of attending school and what you and your family can afford to pay. To apply visit www.bates.ctc.edu/financialaid.

Apply Early

Students are encouraged to apply for financial aid as early as possible since pre-qualification may take up to eight weeks from your application submission date. Award of financial aid notification is by mail and begins in the month of July. Financial aid is intended to supplement, not replace, a person’s resources. If your combined resources aren’t sufficient to cover expenses, you may be eligible for financial aid in the form of grants, scholarships, low-interest loans, or work study employment. Information submitted on the financial aid form determines your eligibility for grants, scholarships, work study and low-interest loans. Students should plan to use personal resources to buy books and supplies prior to their first financial aid disbursement.

Eligibility for Financial Aid

A student is eligible for financial aid if he or she is: • Attending Bates to obtain a degree or certificate • A U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen • Making satisfactory progress in a program of study, as defined by the institution’s satisfactory progress criteria • Not in default on any previous student loans or owing a refund on any grant • Registered for the draft with Selective Service, if required by law • A high school graduate, a GED completer, or earn passing scores on the COMPASS exam

Financial aid is intended to supplement, not replace, a person’s resources.

Grants, Loans & Scholarships

Grants Federal Pell Grant* $1,176 to $5,550/year - For undergraduate students (federal) Federal Supplemental* $100 to $300/year - For undergraduate students (federal) WA State Need Grant* Up to $2,682 + $840 daycare allowance For undergraduate students (state) *Grant amounts and the availability of funds are subject to change William D. Ford Direct Loan Program Federal Maximum 1st year: $3,500 Subsidized - Deferred repayment and fixed interest rates Federal Maximum 2nd year: $4,500 Subsidized - Deferred repayment and fixed interest rates Amount varies Unsubsidized - Deferred repayment and fixed interest rates Federal Plus Loan Maximum loan can cover cost of education; a non-need based program for parents of undergraduate dependent students with immediate repayment and fixed interest rates. Employment Programs Federal and State Work Study: $500 to $5,000/ year—On- and off-campus employment opportunities State Work Study: $500 to $4,000/year - On-campus employment opportunities Scholarships The Bates Foundation can help students pay for their education! Scholarship offerings vary from quarter to quarter, and the Bates Technical College Foundation encourages new and current students to apply for scholarships every quarter. Individual awards range from $100 to $1,000 per quarter. Applications are available online at www.bates.ctc.edu/foundation. To request an application by e-mail write foundation@bates.ctc.edu. To learn more about scholarships, eligibility and how to apply, read more on page 8.

Ginna Leon-Martinez, Dental Lab Technician Schedule Key: BDC=Bates Downtown Campus, BSC=Bates South Campus, BMC=Bates Mohler Campus, 7163=Item Number, E307=Room Number, Sat=Day 5/3-5/10 =Beginning & ending dates of courses, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.=Time, 8 hrs=Hours, 5cr=Credits, $50=Fee, D=Degree, C=Certificate, 4 Qtrs = 4 Quarters

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Bates Foundation

Bates Technical College | Winter 2010 - 2011 Class Schedule

Bates Foundation The Bates Technical College Foundation awards merit and financial need-based scholarships to students every quarter through an online scholarship application process. The Foundation makes applications available approximately three months prior to the start of each quarter. Individual awards range from $100 to $1,000 per quarter. Questions? Please call the Foundation at 253.680.7160. To start the online scholarship application, visit our website at: https://scholarships.bates.ctc.edu/Stars/

Loni Unsicker Fashioning a new future Loni Unsicker always had a dream of working in the fashion industry in some way. “When I discovered that Bates offered a program in fashion construction and design, I knew that I had to take advantage of what was offered right here in Tacoma,” says Loni. A single mom with two toddlers, Loni attends school full time during the day and in the evening, she works trade labor in exchange for child care. She has learned how to mud walls, do trim work, hang doors and paint. Loni jokes, “I feel that with this experience I could build my own home.” To help with her educational expenses, Loni applied for and received the Bruce Brennan Memorial Scholarship from the Bates Foundation. “It’s a lesson my Grandma taught me-- every penny counts. The scholarship makes an astronomical difference in my life. It allows me to buy more supplies for class and more food for my kitchen.” Loni believes that the challenges she faces to achieve her goals are similar to those of many other students at the college. “My overall goal is to create stability and security for myself and my children, and to be an example of personal and social responsibility to them.” After completing her studies at Bates, Loni plans to continue on with her education. She hopes to work for a company that employs all their labor force in the United States and to operate a home-based dress- design business.

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Who is eligible to apply for scholarships through the Bates Foundation? All Bates students enrolled in career education programs are eligible to apply for scholarships. Some scholarships are open to all students in any program, while other scholarships are limited to students in specific programs. Please read each scholarship announcement to determine eligibility. Can I apply for a scholarship even if I receive financial aid? Yes. We encourage students to apply for scholarships regardless of whether they receive financial aid or not. But please keep in mind that receiving a scholarship may affect your financial aid package. You should consult with the financial aid office if you have specific questions. Can I apply for a scholarship even if I received one for a previous quarter? Yes. We encourage students to apply for scholarships each quarter. I already receive funding for my tuition. Why should I apply for a scholarship? Some scholarships provide funding for books, tools or supplies in addition to your tuition.

Important Deadlines November 1

Winter Scholarships Awarded

November 29 First Day of Winter Quarter December 6

Spring Quarter Application

Available

January 7

Spring Quarter

Application Due

February 4

Winter Scholarship

Awarded

February 23

First Day of Spring Quarter

The Bates Technical College Foundation makes connections.

It connects our students, faculty and programs with valuable community resources so that financial need doesn’t become a barrier to achieving educational goals. Our mission is to attract and provide resources through community partnerships to serve the college and its students. Your generous contributions allow us to fund scholarships for tuition, books and supplies for students and support our faculty and staff with equipment, training and funding that ensures they can deliver current and relevant education. You can help. Community partners, alumni, faculty and staff who believe in Bates’ mission support our foundation. Make a difference through the Bates Foundation. Volunteer – Whether you wish to serve on our board or join one of our committees, we have a spot for you! Attend a Special Event – Our annual Bates Sizzles, held every April, offers a silent auction, live jazz music and fantastic libations and food. Better yet, every ticket purchase helps support scholarships and mini-grant programs. Donate – We accept equipment donations as well as donations to our scholarships funds. And for just $500, you can support your very own named scholarship. Because the Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization, your contributions may be tax-deductible to the extent the law allows. For more information on the Bates Foundation or the Bates Alumni Association, call 253.680.7160, email foundation@bates.ctc.edu or visit our website at www.bates.ctc.edu/foundation.


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Alumni Association Are you a Bates alumnus?

If you attended Bates at any time in its 70-year history, then you are. Supported by the Bates Technical College Foundation, Bates Alumni Association helps people reconnect with old friends and meet new ones. Membership in the Alumni Association is FREE. Please visit our website at www.bates.ctc.edu/alumni to sign up!

“It’s a lesson my Grandma taught me -- every penny counts. The scholarship makes an astronomical difference in my life. It allows me to buy more supplies for class and more food for my kitchen.” - Loni Unsicker, Bruce Brennan Memorial Scholarship

Zach Stewart Friends, family tee up to remember Bates graduate The 3rd annual Zach Stewart Golf Tournament was held July 31 at Madrona Links Golf Course in Gig Harbor, WA. The golf tournament originated during the planning of Zach Stewart’s memorial service in 2007. Friends Mike Welch and Jake Hanson believed it would be a good way for reuniting his friends each year and serve as a means of raising funds to support the Zach Stewart Endowed Scholarship at Bates Technical College Foundation. Zach was a Bates graduate of the HVAC/R program. He passed away at the age of 29 in 2007. In lieu of flowers, the family requested donations be made to Bates to establish a scholarship in Zach’s name. In addition to the endowed fund, the annual golf tournament raises enough to award a scholarship to a student studying in the trades to pay for tuition, books and supplies.

Bates Alumni Association helps people reconnect with old friends and meet new ones. Schedule Key: BDC=Bates Downtown Campus, BSC=Bates South Campus, BMC=Bates Mohler Campus, 7163=Item Number, E307=Room Number, Sat=Day 5/3-5/10 =Beginning & ending dates of courses, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.=Time, 8 hrs=Hours, 5cr=Credits, $50=Fee, D=Degree, C=Certificate, 4 Qtrs = 4 Quarters

Welch and Hanson both agree that, “Remembering Zach when he golfed leads to a larger idea of how Zach affected everyone in his life. No matter if it was golf, watching a movie, or just sitting around and trading stories, Zach made a lasting impression. He made all of us better by being a part of our lives and we are thankful to be able to honor his memory in this fashion.”

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General Education

Bates Technical College | Winter 2010 - 2011 Class Schedule

General Education

Associate’s degrees and Certificates of Competency include general education requirements. Daytime career training students can only enroll in afternoon general education courses. Students waiting to get into a career training program can enroll in a full-time schedule of general education courses and be eligible for financial aid. General education courses have either COMPASS score or course completion prerequisites. Students should consult a career advisor to ensure their education plan includes all required coursework, including prerequisites.

Biology

Medical Terminology, BIOL 170 Basic design of medical terminology; provides a foundation of knowledge for the language of medicine used in allied health fields. Prerequisite: COMPASS Reading 84 or completion of ENGL 091. 6885, BDC-MZ127, F, 10-11:30am, 2 cr., $196.28 Human Anatomy and Physiology w/lab, BIOL 175 In depth study of human body systems emphasizing the relationship between structure and functions as an introductory course for students beginning study in health sciences and related fields. Includes laboratory activities to reinforce understanding of human body systems emphasizing the relationship between structure and functions. Prerequisite: COMPASS Reading 84 and College Algebra 35 or completion of MATH 098 or MATH 174 with a grade of 2.0. Lecture: 6892, BDC-MZ132, M-Th, 11/29-2/16, 7:45-8:35a.m., 5 cr, Lab: BDC-MZ132, F, 12/3-2/11, 7:45-10a.m. $490.70

Communications Studies

Intercultural Communications, CMST 152 Course explores human relations including the following topics: team leadership, conflict management, team dynamics, decisionmaking, problem solving, and assertiveness strategies. Prerequisites: ENGL 090 with grade of 2.0 or better or COMPASS Reading 80; Writing 50. (GT) 6718, BDC-MZ136, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 3:10-4:25 p.m., 5 cr. $490.70

Interpersonal Communications, CMST& 210 Course explores human relations including the following topics: interpersonal communication effectiveness, giving and receiving criticism non-defensively, building empathy, listening effectively, improving nonverbal awareness, and interviewing successfully. Prerequisites: ENGL 091 with grade of 2.0 or better or COMPASS Reading 80; Writing 63. Text required. (GT) 6722, BDC-MZ138, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 12:15-1:30p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6723, BSC-E102, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 3:10-4:25 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6724, BMC-131, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 12-1:15 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6725, BDC-MZ138, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 10:15-11:30 a.m., 5 cr., $490.70

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Public Speaking, CMST& 220 Course introduces the rhetoric, preparation and delivery of speech in an extemporaneous style. Students learn ethical research methods, basic rhetoric and critical analysis, and organization of various types of presentations. Prerequisites: ENGL 091 with grade of 2.0 or better or COMPASS Reading 80; Writing 63. Text required. (GT) 6729, BDC-MZ136, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 12:15-1:30p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6730, BSC-Bldg E, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 1:40-2:55 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70

Small Group Communications, CMST& 230 Course explores human relations including the following topics: team leadership, conflict management, team dynamics, decisionmaking, problem solving, and assertiveness strategies. Students will apply concepts by working in a variety of self-directed, problem solving groups. Prerequisites: ENGL 091 with grade of 2.0 or better or COMPASS Reading 80; Writing 63. Text required. (GT) 6736, BDC-MZ136, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 1:40-2:55 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6737, BSC-Bldg E, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 12:15-1:30 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70

English

Writing for College, ENGL 090 Critical thinking and composition skills; writing connected paragraphs using correct punctuation, capitalization, usage, spelling, and complex sentence structures. Text required. Prerequisite: COMPASS Writing 40 and Reading 80 or enrollment approval from a basic studies instructor. 6513, BDC-MZ131, Arr., 11/29-2/14, 8:45-11:30 a.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6510, BDC-MZ136, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 1:40-2:55 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6511, BSC-A306, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 1:40-2:55 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70

Integrated Reading and Writing II, ENGL 091 Competency based communications course to prepare students for college level general education work. Students refine reading and critical thinking abilities, and develop writing skills for specific purposes and audiences. Prerequisite: COMPASS Reading 80 and Writing 50; or completion of ENGL 090 with a grade of 2.0 or higher. 6518, BSC-E106, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 1:40-2:55p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6515, BDC-MZ136, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 3:10-4:25 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6516, BDC-MZ129, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 12:15-1:30 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6517, BDC-MZ131, Arr., 11/29-2/14, 8:45-11:30 a.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6519, BMC-131, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 12-1:15 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70

English Composition I, ENGL& 101 Course develops expository written communication skills, critical thought, reflective reading, and information literacy, with attention to rules and conventions of standard American English. Text required. Prerequisites: Completion of ENGL 091 (Integrated Reading and Writing II) with a grade of 2.0 or higher or COMPASS scores Reading 84 and Writing 76. (GT) 6743, BSC-E203, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 1:40-2:55 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6744, BDC-E315, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 12:15-1:30 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6745, BDC-MZ136, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 10:15-11:30 a.m., 5 cr., $490.70

Business Writing, ENGL 172 Business Writing is a survey course that introduces students to the principles of effective business communication in different contexts; familiarizes students with researching, drafting and revising a variety of business documents. Prerequisites: Completion of ENGL 091 (Integrated Reading and Writing II) with a grade of 2.0 or higher or COMPASS scores Reading 84 and Writing 76. Text required. 6755, BDC-E307B, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 12:15-1:30 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70

Professional Writing, ENGL 175 This course focuses on development of communication skills essential in a variety of forms of professional and technical writing. Text required. Prerequisites: Completion of ENGL 091 (Integrated Reading and Writing II) with a grade of 2.0 or higher or COMPASS scores Reading 84 and Writing 76. 6760, BSC-E203, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 3:10-4:25 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70

History

History of Science and Technology, HIST 101 History of Science and Technology traces the development of western science technology. The course focuses on the contributions of common artisans and craftsmen/women whose activities led to important discoveries that became the basis for numerous scientific theories and technological advancements. Prerequisites: Completion of ENGL 090 (Preparation for College Writing) with a grade of 2.0 or better or COMPASS Reading score of 80 and Writing 50. 6770, BSC-E208, 11/29-2/16, M-F, 3:25-4:40 p.m., 5 cr., $505.70

Human Relations

Employment Interviewing/Self Promotion, HREL 111 Students are introduced to the principles of communication in the context of successfully interviewing for a job. Students learn selfpromotion with effective reasoning and evidence to prepare for interviews, to maximize a positive impression through nonverbal communication, the value of building personal credibility, and how to leave a lasting positive impression. Prerequisites: ENGL 090 with grade of 2.0 or better or COMPASS Reading 75; Writing 63. 6708, BDC-MZ138, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 10:15-11:30 a.m., 5 cr. $490.70 6709, BSC-Bldg E, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 1:40-2:55 p.m., 5 cr. $490.70

Mathematics

Pre-algebra I, MATH 086 Basic mathematical and computational concepts for students with a vocational education goal who, at intake, score 236-244 on a CASAS test. Text required. 6R40, BSC-Bldg E, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 12:15-1:30p.m., $25 6R41, BSC-E206, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 8:45-10 a.m., $25 6R42, BDC-MZ140, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 3:10-4:25 p.m., $25


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Pre-algebra II, MATH 087 Basic mathematical and computational concepts for students with a vocational education goal who, at intake, score 245 or higher on a CASAS test. Text required. 6R70, BMC-131, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 12:10-1:25p.m., $25 6R71, BSC-Bldg E, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 8:45-10 a.m., $25 6R72, BDC-MZ140, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 3:10-4:25 p.m., $25 6R73, BDC-MZ129 M-F, 11/29-2/14, 10:15-11:30 a.m., $25

Elementary Algebra, MATH 092 Exponents and order of operations, factoring, operational on polynomials, graphing linear equations, solving systems of linear equations; inequalities. Text required. Prerequisites: Completion of MATH 087 (Pre-Algebra II) or COMPASS Pre-Algebra score of 55. 6545, BDC-W107, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 12:15-1:30 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6546, BDC-MZ132, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 3:10-4:25 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6547, BDC-MZ129, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 8:45-10 a.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6548, BSC-Bldg E, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 12:15-1:30 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6549, BSC-D208, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 1:40-2:55 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6544, Online, 11/29-2/16, 5 cr., $525.70

Business Math I, MATH 093 Basic business math topics: bank records, payroll, taxes, statistical tables and graphs, simple interest and discount, consumer credit, formulas and equations. Text required. Prerequisites: Completion of MATH 087 (PreAlgebra II), or COMPASS Pre-Algebra score of 55. 6556, BDC-M318, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 12:15-1:30 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6555, Online, 11/29-2/16, 5 cr., $525.70

Business Math II, MATH 096 Course covers advanced business math topics: compound interest, future and present value, annuities and sinking funds, consumer credit, depreciation, inventory and overhead, financial statements, insurance premiums, taxes, stocks and bonds, and a review of algebra. Text and calculator required. Prerequisites: Completion of MATH 093 (Business Math I) or MATH 092 (Elementary Algebra) with a grade of 2.0 or better or COMPASS Algebra score of 35. 6568, BSC-Bldg E, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 1:40-2:55 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70

Intermediate Algebra, MATH 098 Advanced factoring, solving quadratic equations, rational expressions, operations, and equations; systems of equations; radical equations and expressions. Text and calculator required. Prerequisites: Completion of MATH 092 (Elementary Algebra) with a grade of 2.0 or better or COMPASS Algebra score of 35. 6577, BSC-E206, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 12:15-1:30 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6575, BDC-MZ132, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 3:10-4:25 p.m., 5 cr., $505.70 6576, BDC-MZ129, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 12:15-1:30 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6578, BSC-E208 E, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 3:10-4:25 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6579, BSC-E206, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 1:40-2:55 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6580, Online, 11/29-2/16, 5 cr., $525.70

Precalculus I, MATH& 141 Course covers functions, function operations, rational, polynomial, exponential, logarithmic and linear functions and equation solving,

function graphs, matrices and determinants, sequences and series. Text and TI83 Graphing Calculator required. Prerequisites: Completion of MATH 098 (Intermediate Algebra) with a grade of 2.0 or better or COMPASS College Algebra score of 35. (GT) 6782, BMC-Rm131, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 1:40-2:55 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6778, BDC-MZ132, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 3:10-4:25 p.m., 5 cr., $505.70 6779, BDC-MZ140, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 1:40-2:55 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6780, BSC-D208, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 12:15-1:30 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6781, BSC-D208, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 1:40-2:55 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6783, Online, 11/29-2/16, 5 cr., $525.70

Precalculus II, MATH& 142 Right and oblique triangle trigonometry, circular functions, graphs of trigonometric functions, identities, inverse trig functions, vectors and polar coordinates, and parametric equations. Text and TI83 Graphing Calculator required. Prerequisites: Completion of MATH 098 (Intermediate Algebra) with a grade of 2.0 or better or COMPASS College Algebra score of 60. (GT) 6788, BDC-MZ132, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 3:10-4:25 p.m., 5 cr., $505.70

Intro to Statistics, MATH& 146 Course covers counting rules, probability, mean and standard deviation, graphing, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing and regression analysis. Text and calculator required. Prerequisites: Completion of MATH 098 (Intermediate Algebra) or MATH 174 (Math for Allied Health) with a grade of 2.0 or better or COMPASS College Algebra score of 35. (GT) 6794, BDC-MZ140, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 1:40-2:55 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6795, BDC-MZ140, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 8:45-10 a.m., 5 cr., $490.70

Applied Business Mathematics, MATH 172 Course covers equation solving, exponents, markup, income tax, compound interest, logarithms and finding time, annuities and amortization and business statistics. Text and TI83 Graphing Calculator required. Prerequisites: Completion of MATH 096 (Business Math II) or MATH 98 (Intermediate Algebra) with a grade of 2.0 or higher or COMPASS College Algebra score of 35. 6805, BDC-M318, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 1:40-2:55 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70 6806, BSC-A304, M-F, 11/29-2/16, 3:10-4:25p.m., 5 cr., $490.70

Math Concepts for Early Childhood Educators, MATH 173 Math Concepts for Early Childhood Educators focuses on the conceptual understanding, connections between and application of math concepts. Concepts include number systems and computation, geometry, measurement, data analysis, probability and statistics, and problem solving. Emphasis is placed on the ability to communicate mathematical concepts in ways appropriate for young children. Prerequisites: Completion of MATH 98 (Intermediate Algebra) with a grade of 2.0 or higher or COMPASS College Algebra score of 35. 6810, BDC-MZ129, M&W, 11/29-2/14, 5:30-8 p.m., 5 cr., $490.70

Schedule Key: BDC=Bates Downtown Campus, BSC=Bates South Campus, BMC=Bates Mohler Campus, 7163=Item Number, E307=Room Number, Sat=Day 5/3-5/10 =Beginning & ending dates of courses, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.=Time, 8 hrs=Hours, 5cr=Credits, $50=Fee, D=Degree, C=Certificate, 4 Qtrs = 4 Quarters

Psychology

General Psychology, PSYC& 100 Course provides and introduction and survey of the field of Psychology. Text required. Prerequisites: Completion of ENGL 090 (Preparation for College Writing) with a grade of 2.0 or better or COMPASS Reading score of 83 and Writing 50. (GT) 6825, Online, 11/29-2/16, 5 cr., $525.70

Reading

Preparation for College Reading, Read 089 Reading skills courses for students with a vocational education goal who, at intake, score 236 or higher on a CASAS test. Text required. 6W91, BDC-MZ131, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 8:30-11:30 a.m., $25 6W92, BDC-M306, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 123:15-1:30 p.m., $25 6W93, BSC-E#111, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 10:15-11:30 a.m., $25 6W94, BSC-E111, M-F, 11/29-2/14, 1:40-2:55p.m., $25

Adult Basic Education (ABE/GED/ESL)

Our English as a Second language (ESL), Adult Basic Education (ABE) and General Education Development (GED) preparation classes help those who need to improve mathematics, reading, and writing skills. Classes transition to general education classes as skills improve. In some fields adults can start career education programs while also taking ABE/ESL classes. GED preparation classes help students prepare to take the required five tests for high school equivalency. Bates offers ABE, GED, and ESL classes at the Downtown and South Campuses and at these off campus locations: Fife Community Center (ESL) 2111 54th Ave. East, Fife Tacoma Goodwill 714 South 27th St., Tacoma Salishan Family Investment Center 1724 East 44th St., Tacoma For more information, call 253.680.7274

Washington Online Courses

The following quarters are available to Bates Technical College students through Washington Online (WAOL). Winter Quarter online classrooms open 12/30/10. Classes begin 1/6/11. Art Appreciation, ART& 100 6952, BOL-WAOL, 1/6-3/16, Online, 5cr., $525.70

Chemical Concepts w/lab, CHEM& 110 6954, BOL-WAOL, 1/6-3/16, Online, 5cr., $525.70

English Composition I, ENGL& 101 6955, BOL-WAOL, 1/6-3/16, Online, 5cr., $525.70

Composition II, ENGL& 102 6956, BOL-WAOL, 1/6-3/16, Online, 5cr., $525.70

Introduction to Sociology, SOC& 101 6957, BOL-WAOL, 1/6-3/16, Online, 5cr., $525.70

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Career Education

Bates Technical College | Winter 2010 - 2011 Class Schedule

Career Education Bates offers more than 50 career education programs to help students prepare for careers in a variety of industries. Explore our offerings to see how Bates can help you retool for your next challenge in life. For official program descriptions, visit www.bates.ctc.edu/CollegeCatalog. Quarters shown for expected completion are approximate and depend upon individual student progress. Unless otherwise indicated, the entry quarters are fall and spring.

Audio\Visual Technology & Communication

Centell Jackson Sound Business After serving in the military, Centell Jackson found himself working at several dead-end jobs. That’s when he decided to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. “I have always had a great interest in music, entertainment and owning my own business,” says Centell. Currently, Centell owns his own entertainment business and has booked and promoted acts at events such as the Freedom Fair and First Night. But in today’s economy he found that he needed greater expertise in marketing strategies. Centell learned about the marketing and business management program from friends and loves the centrally located downtown campus. His instructor Kathy Brock has created a high-quality learning environment. “She makes sure that I have both short and long term goals and encourages me to stay focused on these goals,” says Centell. To enhance his business skills, Centell is participating in the Associated Student Government (ASG). He helped plan and organize the first annual technical college basketball tournament while serving as the event coordinator for the ASG. In addition to his educational activities, he is a work study with the American Lake Veterans Hospital. “All of these activities are very rewarding and will contribute to my success in the business and professional world.” Centell will graduate with an AT degree in marketing and business management in the winter of 2011 and with his newly acquired skills, hopes to expand his business to national and international markets.

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Audio/Sound Technology Learn how to operate technical equipment that amplifies, enhances, records, synchronizes, mixes or reproduces audio and sound. Training includes setting up, testing and adjusting audio equipment. BMC, M-F, 7:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m., C, 4 Qtrs, Entry quarter: Every Broadcasting and Video Production Learn audio recording and playback, video shading, studio and field camera operations, lighting, floor directing, editing and teleprompting. Training includes producing, directing and content development. BMC, M-F, 7:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Entry quarter: Every Digital Media Students who seek a career working with a dynamic visual medium learn how to use production and editing software, and work on a variety of studio projects. BMC, M-F, 7:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m., C, 4 Qtrs, Entry quarter: Every

Business Administration

Administrative Medical Assistant Instruction includes medical terminology and transcription, insurance coding and billing, office administration, customer service skills and professional ethics. BDC, M-F, 7:30 a.m.-3:15 p.m., C, 4 Qtrs Administrative Office Assistant Learn office and accounting software, including Windows, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook and QuickBooks. Training includes records management, grammar, business writing, professional ethics and telephone techniques. BDC, M-F, 8:15 a.m.-3 p.m., D, C, 7 Qtrs Administrative Office Assistant - Part Time Recommended for office professionals who want to earn their Associate of Technology degree. Drawing from their working experience, students will complete curriculum requirements leading to professional development and growth within their chosen field. BDC, Tue, 4:30-5:30 p.m. D, 7 Qtrs, Entry quarter: Every

Legal Office Assistant Prepare for a career in legal administrative work. Learn legal terminology, transcription, and study family law, domestic relations, civil litigation, wills and estate planning, real estate and bankruptcy, combined with a solid foundation in office procedures and administration. BDC, M-F, 7:45 a.m.-3:15 p.m., D, C, 8 Qtrs Marketing and Business Management Prepare for a career in marketing, advertising and related fields. Learn how to conduct project research and develop business plans and advertising campaigns. BDC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-3 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs

Construction

Architectural Woodworking/Cabinet Making Technology Work with wood and high-tech laminates to design and complete fabrication projects. Students receive hands-on instruction in a shop, developing skills in joinery, finishing and installation. BDC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-3 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Boat Building Students with an affinity for boats and fine craftsmanship will enjoy this in-depth program that prepares them to enter apprentice-level employment. Learn wood and fiberglass boat design, patternmaking and construction in Bates’ working boat shop.BSC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-2:45 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Entry quarter: Every Carpentry Learn all aspects of the carpentry trade, from project estimating and framing to concrete work and interior/exterior finishing. The program is Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee approved. Students receive credit for a variety of industry apprenticeships. BSC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-2:45 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Electrical Construction Learn to install, connect, test and maintain electrical systems while preparing for a career in commercial and residential construction, public utilities, or in industrial construction and maintenance. BSC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-3 p.m. or 2:30 p.m.-10 p.m., D, C, 8 Qtrs Facilities Maintenance Engineer Students prepare for careers in the building care and maintenance industry. Learn basic carpentry, electrical, plumbing and masonry skills that keep buildings in good repair and working condition. BSC, 7:15 a.m.-2:45 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs, Entry quarter: Every


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Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technician Learn cooling and heating system mechanics, installation, troubleshooting and testing techniques while preparing for employment in the HVAC trades as technicians, repair or sales persons. Prepare for industry exams and Environmental Protection Agency certification. BDC, 7 a.m.-2:30 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Sheet Metal Technology Learn fabrication and installation of various building and ventilation systems, blueprint reading, air distribution and other industry skills. Students receive extensive hands-on experience through Bates’ sheet metal shop. BDC, M-F, 7 a.m.-2:45 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs

Electronics Engineering Technician Students learn CAD, printed circuit board design, electronic packaging, solid state components and digital and microprocessors while preparing for a career as a technician in the electronics engineering field. BDC, M-F, 8 a.m.-2:45 p.m., D, 7 Qtrs Land Survey Prepare for a career as a surveying technician in classroom and laboratory settings that resemble a small surveying firm. Learn all aspects of the profession, including project definition, document research, computations, CAD, field work and client presentations. BDC, M-F, 7 a.m.-1:30 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs

Welding Prepare for welding apprenticeship employment in a shop that mirrors the workplace. Learn to use hand-welding or flame-cutting equipment to weld, seal or join together fabricated metal products. BSC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-3 p.m. or 2:30 p.m.-10 p.m., D, C, 7 Qtrs

Mechanical Engineering Learn how to use computer-aided design and drafting (CADD). Students have the opportunity to work on community and college projects that may include patent application drawings and detailed machine shop production drawings. BDC, M-F, 7:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs, Entry quarter: Every

Education & Training

Health/Sciences

Early Childhood Education/Child Care Students learn in a hands-on environment working in Bates’ child care facility. Study child growth and behavior, cognitive, emotional, physical and social development and family management to prepare for employment in childcare or early childhood education facilities. BDC, M-F, 7 a.m.-2:30 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Early Childcare Education/Childcare - Evening Child care workers: Taking evening courses can lead to completion of the second-year ECE degree program. Classes include lecture, discussion and hands-on learning. You will prepare for roles as lead teachers, program supervisors and directors. BDC, T,W,Th, Time: Arranged, D, 4 Qtrs, Entry quarter: Every

Engineering

Civil Engineering This program emulates a civil engineering and surveying firm, giving students practice in many aspects of the profession, including conducting survey and field work, field engineering, designing, estimating and more. BDC, M-F, 8:15 a.m.-3 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Entry quarters: Fall, Summer

Biomedical Service Technician: Clinical Engineering Learn to diagnose and repair surgical instruments and other medical equipment such as defibrillators, heart monitors, electric wheelchairs and imaging units. BDC, M-F, 7 a.m.-2:45 p.m., D, C, 7 Qtrs Biotechnology Lab Technician Students gain a hands-on education in biotechnology, chemistry and microbiology, and gain basic skills of molecular biology. They prepare for careers as technicians in labs, manufacturing facilities and media. BSC, M-F, 7:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m., D, C, 7 Qtrs Dental Assisting Learn emergency procedures, restorative services, prosthodontics, radiology, clinical procedures and chair-side assisting. BDC, M-F, 7:30 a.m.-3:15 p.m., D, C, 4 Qtrs Entry quarter: Varies

Electrical Engineering Technician Students learn all phases of electrical engineering, computer-aided design (CAD) for commercial buildings. Bates offers the only program in the region where students can prepare for careers in electrical code application, interior and exterior lighting design and all aspects of electrical design. BDC, M-F, 8 a.m.-2:45 p.m., D, C, 8 Qtrs Schedule Key: BDC=Bates Downtown Campus, BSC=Bates South Campus, BMC=Bates Mohler Campus, 7163=Item Number, E307=Room Number, Sat=Day 5/3-5/10 =Beginning & ending dates of courses, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.=Time, 8 hrs=Hours, 5cr=Credits, $50=Fee, D=Degree, C=Certificate, 4 Qtrs = 4 Quarters

Bates to offer OTA program spring quarter Beginning spring quarter (Feb. 21, 2011), Bates Technical College will offer the Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) program, which has been granted developing program status by the Accreditation Council for OT Education. While the program isn’t yet available, those interested can tackle prerequisites in advance. OTAs use therapeutic activities, exercises and adaptive techniques to help patients of all ages regain, develop or master daily life skills. OTAs work in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, community clinics, public schools, mental health centers, home health and nursing care facilities. According to the US Department of Labor’s 2010-2011 edition of the Occupational Outlook Handbook, there’s a growing demand for this position. Bates’ six-quarter OTA program will accept a limited number of applicants each year. Graduates will earn an associate of technology degree, and after passing a national board exam, are ready for immediate employment as a certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA). Prospective OTA students can get started with required general education and prerequisite courses that will be offered during the winter quarter. General education requirements include collegelevel English composition, math, anatomy & physiology and medical terminology. To attend an information session, contact Jason Carroll at 253.680.7008 or jcarroll@bates.ctc.edu.

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Career Education Health/Sciences, continued Dental Lab Technician Students learn prosthodontics, orthodontics, ceramics and advanced specialty training in Washington’s only American Dental Association-accredited dental lab technician program. BDC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-2 p.m., D, C, 8 Qtrs Denturist Students gain practical clinical experience working with actual patients in Bates’ denture clinic. Bates offers the only Denturist degree program in the state. BDC, M-Th, 7 a.m.-3 p.m., D, 6 Qtrs Hearing Instrument Technology Instruction includes anatomy and physiology, professional terminology, hearing aid fitting and servicing, and patient education in this Washington State Board of Hearing and Speech-approved program. Program provides the foundation for the hearing aid fitter/ dispenser licensing examination. BDC, M-F, 7:30 a.m.-3:15 p.m., D, 6 Qtrs Practical Nurse This Washington Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission-approved program combines classroom instruction with extensive clinical experience at local sites. Graduates are required to pass the state’s practical nursing exam in order to practice as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Washington State. The Nursing Assistant Certified program serves as a prerequisite for this program (see page 19). BDC, M-Th, 6:45 a.m.-3:15 p.m.& F, 7-11 a.m.

Information Technology

Biomedical Service Technician: Clinical Engineering Learn to diagnose and repair surgical instruments and other medical equipment such as defibrillators, heart monitors, electric wheelchairs and imaging units. BDC, M-F, 7 a.m.-2:45 p.m., D, C, 7 Qtrs Computer Networking Systems Technician Learn to install, configure and maintain network components such as routers, switches and servers to enable computer users to share information and resources. Students can seek Microsoft and Cisco certifications. BDC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-3 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Entry quarters: Fall, Spring, Summer Computer Repair & Network Support Instruction includes operations systems, personal computer hardware maintenance and Cisco fundamentals, including servers, routing and switching technologies. BDC, M-F, 2-9:30 p.m., C, 6 Qtrs, Entry quarter: Every Database Technology Students learn a broad range of computer and software development skills that can open doors to a career in a variety of industries. BDC, M-F, 7:30 a.m.-3:15 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Electrical Power and Process Automation Students learn about electricity and electronics, solid-state devices, digital logic, microcontrollers, transducers and sensors, robotics, mechanical systems and more. Gain extensive hands-on experience using industrystandard equipment and software. BDC, M-F, 7 a.m.-2:45 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Electronic Equipment Service Technician Learn to repair antenna and satellite systems, magnetic and laser mediums, RF receivers, video and projection systems, VTR PC boards, tapes and more in preparation for a wide range of high-tech occupations in the electronic equipment service field. BDC, M-F, 7 a.m.-2:45 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Electronics Technician Students learn to use precision test equipment and hand tools to install, maintain, test and repair electronic equipment for a broad range of careers, including avionics, manufacturing, communications, information technologies and more. BDC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-3 p.m., C, 2 Qtrs

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HTI: Home Technology Integration Students learn the installation, integration and troubleshooting of automated home subsystems including home security, audio/ video, computer networks, electrical and structured wiring, HVAC, cable/satellite, broadband and telecommunications. Students prepare for industry- recognized CEACompTIA DHTI+ and CEDIA Installer Level 1 certifications. BDC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-3 p.m., C, 2 Qtrs

Information Technologist Specialist Learn to work with computer operating systems, desktop applications, hardware and software troubleshooting and a variety of network administration, installation and support activities. BDC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-3 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Software Development Learn to design, code and implement software applications in a variety of programming languages such as C, C++, Visual Basic C#, ASP.net, and Java. Students build skills in problem solving, communication and teamwork. BDC, M-F, 7:30 a.m.-3:15 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Web Development Students learn to use industry software and development tools to create, implement and maintain static and dynamic web sites. BDC, M-F, 7:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Entry quarter: Every Wireless Voice and Data Communications Students learn how high-speed voice, data, and video are exchanged among devices located anywhere in the world via optical fibers, telecommunications cabling, telephone, cellular and satellite equipment and broadcast and wireless networks. BDC, M-F, 7 a.m.-2:45 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs, Entry quarter: Every

Manufacturing

Machinist Students receive extensive practical experience using traditional precision tooling and machinist equipment. They learn to use computerized systems and machines found in modern machining environments and prepare for apprenticeship opportunities. BDC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-3 p.m. or 2:30 p.m.-10 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Entry quarter: Every

Public Safety

Fire Protection Engineering Technology Learn to design and service fire sprinklers, fire alarms and other types of in-place detection and suppression systems. Students prepare for National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) examinations. BDC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-3 p.m., D, C, 4 Qtrs Fire Service Students prepare for careers as firefighters or in closely related occupations that require certifications as a firefighter. Training incorporates all entry-level requirements according to industry standards. This program has received accreditation from the International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC).BSC, M-F, 7:30 a.m.-3 p.m. or 2:30 p.m.-10 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs, Entry quarters: Fall, Winter, Summer


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Wholesale & Retail Services

Barber Bates offers the only program in Washington State where students prepare for state licensure while learning in an actual barber shop. Students learn cutting, trimming, styling, hair and scalp analysis and customer service skills. BDC, M-F, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., C, 4 Qtrs, Entry quarter: Every Culinary Arts Prepare for a variety of careers in the culinary arts profession. Students gain practical experience in the college’s on-campus dining facilities, including a fine dining room and through catering projects. First year students begin the course at South Campus and progress to the Downtown Campus for their second year of course work. BDC, BSC M-F, 6:15 a.m.-2:45 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Fashion Construction & Design Learn garment construction, pattern/garment alterations, textiles and their applications, specialty fashions and fashion design. The course is open to all students regardless of their level of sewing experience. BDC, M-F, 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., C, 4 Qtrs

Diesel & Heavy Equipment Mechanic Learn all aspects of the industry, including diagnosing, repairing and rebuilding components of diesel powered vehicles, electrical systems, power trains, hydraulics and brake systems in an actual serviceoriented shop. BSC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-3 p.m., D, C, 7 Qtrs, Entry quarter: Every Power Sports and Equipment Technology Learn how to repair and service various types of sports vehicles and equipment. Students get practical experience in repairing motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, tractors, mowers, chain saws and personal watercraft in a shop environment. BSC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-2:45 p.m., D, C, 6 Qtrs Vehicle Parts/Accessories Marketing Learn the various positions within the automotive parts and accessories industry, including sales, marketing and customer service in a warehouse environment and fully operational parts store. Prepare for employment in fields including warehousing and distribution and inventory/stock control. BSC, M-F, 7:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m., C, 4 Qtrs, Entry quarter: Every

Transportation & Distribution

Auto Body Rebuilding and Refinishing Learn in Bates’ body and fender shop. Practice in all aspects of the profession, including painting and refinishing, repairing body panels, tool room management, repair estimating and shop supervision. BSC, M-F, 7:15 a.m.-2:45 p.m., D, C, 7 Qtrs Entry quarter: Every

Pete Cole All Hands-On-Tech Last year Pete Cole retired from the U.S. Navy after 20 years of service. He worked as a manager in the medical field at the Naval Hospital but had a desire to study the biomedical technician field. Not having the opportunity while in the military, Pete began doing research on the internet and found that Bates had a biomedical service technician program. Pete is now in the 5th quarter of his program. Pete is good with his hands and enjoys figuring things out. “The instructors have a lot of knowledge,” says Pete, “Mr. Hawkins challenges students with requests for projects to build.” The advisory committee for the program encourages students to create their own internship after they have completed all their prerequisites. Pete has developed an internship with the Naval Hospital. “This internship will be great for both me and the hospital because I know some of the staff and speak ‘Navy.’”

Automotive Mechanic Students learn to use diagnostic equipment, perform repairs, overhaul transmissions and more in Bates’ active auto service shop. Students work toward Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification. BSC, M-F, 7:30 a.m.-3 p.m., D, C, 8 Qtrs, Entry quarter: Every

Internships like this can sometimes lead to opportunities to work with the companies that train staff on the equipment or service the x-ray, MRI or laboratory equipment. The hospital is purchasing a brand new MRI machine and Pete will be able to watch and learn from the various technicians who service the hospital equipment.

Commercial Truck Driving-Entry Level Students prepare for entry-level employment as commercial truck drivers with the goal of a Class A Commercial Driver’s License with all endorsements. Students learn in classrooms, on the road and on the truck-driving range. Bates is the only school in the state that is Professional Truck Driving Institute-certified. BSC, M-F, 7 a.m.-2:30 p.m., 7:30 a.m.-3 p.m., or 2:30 p.m.-10 p.m., C, 2 Qtrs, Entry quarter: Every

Pete will graduate from Bates in the winter of 2010. He would eventually like to earn his bachelor’s degree and become manager of a hospital shop or a regional manager.

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Continuing Education

Bates Technical College | Winter 2010 - 2011 Class Schedule

Continuing Education Winter is a great time to refresh your skills or explore a new interest. Our continuing education opportunities will help you retool for the next challenge in your life. From Home Inspection and International Business to Organizational Management certification courses, Bates can help you reinvent your life. For more information on Continuing Education classes and updates, visit www.bates.ctc.edu/ContinuingEd or call 253.680.7402. Refund Policy: 100%: When Bates Technical College cancels the class. 100%: When withdrawal is on or before one business day prior to the first day of class. To officially withdraw from the class, you will need to come in or call. 0%: When you are registered, but do not attend the class. No refunds are available after the class has started.

Train to get your state home inspectors license with part-time evening classes! Enhance your skills with Bates Technical College’s part-time evening Certificate of Training in Home Inspection Fundamentals. Several classes are now offered each quarter and our evening class times are designed for the working adult. There are no prerequisites so take one course or all five! Washington State Department of Licensing requires all home inspectors to have 120 hours of classroom training provided and 40 hours of in-the-field training (not provided by Bates). There are five classes that make up a Certificate of Training in Home Inspection Fundamentals. Upon completion of our series students will receive a certificate of training (COT). Students will then be eligible to test for the State Home Inspector’s License. Bates offers 3-4 classes each quarter and the program can be completed in just two quarters. The classes that make up the complete certificate are: Communications & Professional Practices; Structures, Exteriors & Roofing; Plumbing and Electrical; Heating, AC & Heat Pumps; and Interiors, Insulation & Ventilation. Each class costs between $300-$400. Books are approximately $175 each and there are ten books required for the entire certificate series. Please see page 18 for current class offerings.

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Continuing Education classes are selfsupported; therefore, Bates will cancel a class if there are too few participants enrolled to cover the cost of the class. Bates reserves the right to cancel, reschedule class times and/or dates, or change instructors. We will notify you only if class is cancelled. For more information, visit www.bates.ctc.edu/Registration. __________________________________

Advanced Technologies & Computer Science (Computer & Information Sciences)

Computer Skills, Basic, CMPR 059 This course is for those who have little or no experience working with computers. Learn the basic features of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook/E-mail. This course is endorsed by the Western Washington Stationery Engineers/ Local 286. 7535, BSC-E106, Sat, 1/8-2/5, 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 20 hrs., $200 CCNA Boot Camp I, CCNAR 160 This course provides a significant overview of learning objectives to assist in successfully completing part I of the CCNA Exam, which is the first step to becoming a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCNET) skills will be covered. Registration deadline is January 12, 2011. Pre-course work is completed January 24 – February 4, 2011. Class dates are listed below. Space is limited! 4110, BDC-W208, 2/7-2/22, M-F, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., 9 cr., $1,000 Sat, BSC-E106, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at South Campus

Automotive Mechanical Technologies Air Brakes, DIESL 055 Learn the basics in the operation and maintenance of air brakes through hands-on training and instruction on service brake, park brake, and emergency brake systems and more. Receive a certification to inspect and adjust S-Cam brakes upon completion. 7540, BSC-D223, Sat, Arranged, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., 8 hrs., $100

Community Education

Global Business Professional Certificate of Training NEW! This four-course series allows individuals to gain valuable expertise, increase proficiencies, learn how to excel as a global professional and prepare for the Certified Global Business Professional (CGBP) exam administered through the National American Small Business International Trade Educators (NASBITE). All courses are hybrid format with the first and fifth weekly sessions in the classroom and remaining class work completed online. These courses are not a part of Bates’ Marketing & Business Management degree program. Certificate courses include: Global Business Management, Global Marketing, International Supply Chain Management, and International Trade Finance. Classes not listed below will be offered at a later date. International Supply Chain Management, GBM 103 Learn current and comprehensive industry information relating to international supply chain management concepts and theories including terminology, risk reduction, insurance elements, supply chain contemporary methods and more. 3902, BSC-E208, Sat, 1/8-2/5, 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m., 2 cr., $250

Commercial Truck Driving

Drive Time: $200 per hour (two-hour minimum with a maximum of four hours). Students must have a Washington State driver’s license with a CDL permit on the license and a drug and alcohol test or exemption to meet Department of Licensing (Part 382.301) requirements. Bates cannot provide refunds or reschedule appointments. For additional information, please call 253.680.7404.

Construction & Trades

Boiler/Operating Engineers Boiler Operator Certification Testing Class I, II & III Operating Engineer and Class IV & V Boiler Fireman This certification is required to operate boilers in the City of Tacoma. Bates administers testing monthly at South Campus, 2201 S. 78th St., Tacoma. Call 253.680.7577/7402 for more information. Operating Engineers Class I & II-Certification, STENG 232 Learn the knowledge and skills necessary for supervisory boiler plant operating engineer positions. Upon successful completion, students are eligible to take the Class I or II Operating Engineer Certification Exam, which is required to operate in the City of Tacoma, ordinance No. 26951. Text is approximately $205, not included. 4231, BSC-E206, Sat, 12/11-3/26, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., 6 cr., $475


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Boiler Fireman Class III & IV - Certification, STENG 222 Learn how to construct and operate lowand high-pressure steam and hot water boilers, safety procedures, and attend field trips. Prepare for Boiler Fireman III, IV, & V certification exams, which are required to operate in the City of Tacoma, ordinance No. 26951. Text is approximately $205, not included. 4230, BSC-B107, Sat, 12/11-3/26, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., 6 cr., $475 Operating Engineer Class I & II, Refresher, STENG 197 This is a refresher course for license renewal. 4225, BSC-E101B, Arranged, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., 1 cr, $85 Boiler Fireman Class III & IV, Refresher, STENG 198 This is a refresher course for license renewal and includes a review of the engineer’s and boiler fireman’s code, steam generation, equipment operation, safety and an exam. 4226, BSC-E101B, Arranged, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., 1 cr., $85 Building Maintenance Electricity Advanced, BUIMT 088 Students will learn the fundamental theories, principles and terminologies needed to develop

an understanding of electricity. 7620, BSC-B115, Sat, 1/8-3/5, 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m., 40 hrs., $200 Sustainable Custodial Housekeeping, BUIMT 091 This course gives an overview of housekeeping and custodial functions according to industry standards. This course is suggested for current and future custodians, engineers and maintenance supervisors. 7622, BSC-E206, Sat, 12/4-3/5, 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m., 70 hrs., $475

Flagger Training – Certification

Flagger Training Course, FLAG 101 This course provides information and procedures to enhance the safety of both workers and drivers during typical construction projects. Students will receive a card upon successful completion certifying ability to perform as a flagger. Prerequisite: Must be 18 or older. Tuition is $98.14, 1 cr. 4030, BSC-E101A, Sat, 12/11, 8:00 a.m-4:30 p.m. 4031, BSC-E101A, W,TH, 1/12 & 1/13, 5:30-9:30 p.m. 4032, BSC-E101A, Sat, 2/12, 8:00 a.m-4:30 p.m. 4030, BSC-E101A, Sat, 3/12, 8:00 a.m-4:30 p.m. 4031, BSC-E101A, W,TH, 4/13 & 4/14, 5:30-9:30 p.m. 4032, BSC-E101A, 5/14, 8:00 a.m-4:30 p.m.

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Forklift Operation – Certification

Forklift Operation, FRKLF 101 Become a state-certified forklift driver. Course covers regulations and driving test, including pre-trip test. Prerequisite: Must be 18 or older. Tuition is $225, 1 cr. 4201, BSC-E101B, Sat, 12/4 & 12/11, 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. 4202, BSC-E101A, T,W, 1/11 & 1/12, 4:30-9:30 p.m. 4203, BSC-E101A, Sat, 1/22 & 1/29, 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. 4204, BSC-E101A, T,W, 2/8 & 2/9, , 4:30-9:30 p.m. 4205, BSC-E101A, Sat, 2/19 & 2/26, 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. 4201, BSC-E101A, T,W, 3/8 & 3/9, 4:30-9:30 p.m. 4202, BSC-E101A, Sat, 3/19 & 3/26, 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. 4203, BSC-E101A, T,W, 4/12 & 4/13, 4:30-9:30 p.m. 4204, BSC-E101A, Sat, 4/23 & 4/30, 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. 4205, BSC-E101A, T,W, 5/10 & 5/11, 4:30-9:30 p.m. Forklift Operator Refresher & Re-Certification, FRKLF 111 Course covers the required areas of machine design, state and federal regulations, inspection procedures, safe operation and fuels used for forklifts. Students learn through lecture, hands-on demonstrations and handson operation. This class is appropriate for those wishing to stay current with forklift operator certification in accordance with OSHA standards. 4219, BSC-E101A, Sat, Arranged, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., 5 hrs, $125

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Bates Technical College | Winter 2010 - 2011 Class Schedule

Continuing Education Forklift Operation – Certification, continued Backhoe/Loader Course, FRKLF 097 There is a demand for heavy equipment operators in the construction industry. Obtain the knowledge and hands-on skills required to become a certified backhoe/loader equipment operator. Prerequisite: current Fork Lift certification from Bates Technical College. 4200, BSC-E101A, T,TH, 1/25-2/3, 5:30p-9:30p, 20 hrs., $350

Home Inspection – Certification

Robert House From fantasy to reality Robert House had a great job pouring concrete foundations. Then the economic crisis hit and Robert lost his job. A husband and father of four children, Robert could not afford to live on a minimum wage job and had to start over. Living in Tacoma all his life, he was familiar with Bates and began looking into training options. Robert had an interest in welding so in May he enrolled in the program. Since beginning the program Robert has found that he has gone from simply being interested in welding to now loving the craft and he is looking forward to an exciting new career. “My instructors are knowledgeable, helpful and easy to work with,” says Robert. After finishing his daytime classes, Robert works as an intern in the evening. This experience provides Robert with additional opportunities to perfect his craft. Robert is currently working on a Fantasy Lights display. Robert is helping to sculpt and fabricate a 15 foot tall by 30 foot wide train station. In addition, he is crafting an 8 foot conductor with a lantern. Robert is looking forward to having his family see his work illuminated and on display for others to enjoy at Fantasy Lights at Spanaway Park this coming winter. After graduation, Robert hopes to find a good paying job working in a shipyard or a fabrication company.

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Fundamentals of Home Inspection This five-course certificate series is part of the 120 hours of educational training that the Washington State Department of Licensing requires for home inspection licensing. There are no prerequisites, so take one course or all five. The remaining courses will be offered in Spring quarter. Students will earn credit for each class and receive a Certificate of Training upon successful completion of all five courses. Prices do not include books. Fundamentals of Home Inspection– Communication & Professional Practices HINSP 101 1 text book required approximately $175 total 3951, BDC-M318, T, 12/7-1/18, 5-9 P.M., $300, 2 cr. Fundamentals of Home Inspection– Structures/Exteriors/Roofing, HINSP 102 3 text books required approximately $525 total 3952, BDC-M318, W, 12/1-2/16, 5-8 p.m., $400, 3 cr. Fundamentals of Home Inspection–Heating, A/C, & Heat Pumps HINSP 104 3 text books required approximately $525 total 3954, BDC-M318, Th, 12/2-2/17, 5-8 p.m., $400, 3 cr. Fundamentals of Home Inspection–Interiors, Insulation & Ventilation HINSP 105 1 text book required approximately $175 3955, BDC-M318, Tu, 1/25-2/22, 5-9 p.m., $300, 2 cr.

HVAC

HVAC, Basic I, HVAC 093 This class covers the fundamentals of refrigeration and operation as well as the necessary skills to conduct basic troubleshooting for mechanical and electrical problems. Text is required but not included in the price. 7624, BSC-101B, Sat, 12/4/10-2/12/11, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., 60 hrs, $400 Air Conditioning/Refrigeration EPA Exam (CFC Exam), HVAC 121 This exam meets the requirements set forth by the EPA (Section 608 of the Clean Air Act). The preparatory manual contains information necessary for a technician to achieve a passing score on Type I, II, III or universal certifications. Students must register and receive a preparatory manual 10 days prior to the exam date. 4135, BDC-E103, M, 12/20, 6-9 p.m., $95 4136, BDC-E103, M, 1/31, 6-9 p.m., $95

Machining

Milling & Lathe Machining, Beginning, MCHN 091 This hands-on course provides entry-level skills with a choice of manual engine lathe or manual milling machine. Topics include blueprint reading, feeds and speeds, HiTech equipment plus how to manipulate fractions and decimals to reach allowable tolerances, and how to read machinemeasuring instruments. Course meets minimum skill requirements for those applying for employment and some apprenticeship programs. 7632, BDC-E101, M,W, 11/29-2/28, 4:30-8:30 p.m., 80 hrs, $470

Engineering & CAD/CAM

AutoCad 2010, Beginning, ENGT 095 This course teaches basic 2d CAD drafting skills which includes, but is not limited to, drawing setup, object manipulation, controlling layers, text and dimensions. The class divided evenly between lecture and lab. 7607, BDC-W203, T,Th, 11/30/10-1/13/11, 5-9 p.m., 40 hrs, $285 AutoCad 2010, Customized, ENGT 097 Learn the proper use of Blocks, Fields, Tables, Attributes, Sheet Sets, Filters, ADC, and advanced features of leaders and text. 7609, BDC-W203, T,Th, 1/18-2/17, 5:30-8:30 p.m., 30 hrs., $250 Mastercam, Beginning, MCHN 094 This is a great course for current industrial users and employees who need CAM skills using computers and MasterCAM software. Learn CAM drafting techniques, tool path processing and post processing NCI code. 7634, BDC-W203, M,W, 1/5-2/16, 5-9 p.m., 50 hrs., $300

Welding

Welding, Basic, WELD 055 Oxyacetylene and arc for beginning or experienced welders. Covers flat and vertical beads on plate, cutting and burning. Arc covers 6010 and 7018 electrodes in horizontal, vertical and overhead positions. 7556, BSC-B311, M,W, 11/22-1/12, 6:00-9:00 p.m., 30 hrs., $200 7557, BSC-B311, M,W, 1/19-2/23, 6:00-9:00 p.m., 30 hrs., $200 7556, BSC-B311, M,W, 2/28-3/30, 6:00-9:00 p.m., 30 hrs., $200 7557, BSC-B311, M,W, 4/11-5/11, 6:00-9:00 p.m., 30 hrs., $200 Welding, Advanced, WELD 056 Processes using inert gas-GMAW in dual shield and short arc; MIG, and Tungsten inert gas welding. Prerequisite: Instructor approval. 7561, BSC-B311, M,W, 11/22-1/12, 6:00-9:00 p.m., 30 hrs, $396 7562, BSC-B311, M,W, 1/19-2/23, 6:00-9:00 p.m., 30 hrs, $396 7561, BSC-B311, M,W, 2/28-3/30, 6:00-9:00 p.m., 30 hrs, $396 7562, BSC-B311, M,W, 4/11-5/11, 6:00-9:00 p.m., 30 hrs, $396


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First Aid & CPR Training

This six-hour course meets Labor and Industry specifications and the licensing requirements of the Department of Social and Health Services. CPR is offered from 8:30-11:30 a.m., and First Aid is offered from 12:30-3:30 p.m. All First Aid/CPR training is held at Bates’ South Campus. First Aid only (Item# 7521) $45, CPR only (Item# 7520) $45, or both First Aid and CPR for $55. Healthcare Provider is $60 and is from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Call 253.680.7402 to register. 7500, BSC-E103, Mon, 11/29 7501, BSC-E103, Sat, 12/4 7502, BSC-E103, Wed, 12/8 (Healthcare Provider) 7503, BSC-E103, Fri, 12/17 7504, BSC-E103, Wed, 1/5 7505, BSC-E103, Fri, 1/14 7506, BSC-E103, Sat, 1/22 7507, BSC-E103, Thu, 2/3 (Healthcare Provider) 7508, BSC-E103, Sat, 2/19

Nursing Assistant Certified

The Nursing Assistant Certified course prepares students for employment as a Nursing Assistant-Registered under the supervision of professional licensed nurses. This course includes First Aid/ CPR for healthcare professionals as well as Washington state-required HIV/AIDS, blood-borne pathogens, and basic nursing skills. This course is a prerequisite for the Practical Nursing program (See page 14). Upon successful completion, students are eligible to take the Washington state written manual skills examination to become Nursing Assistant Certified. Current immunizations and Washington State Patrol background check required. Tuition is $775; textbooks are approximately $45; clinical supplies are $120; and a student ID is $10. CTNA 101 Afternoon Class: 1898, BDC-E209, 12/6/10-2/18/11, M-F, 1:30 p.m.- 4:00 p.m., 8 cr. (clinical portion 2/14-2/18, M-F, from 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm) Evening Class: 4216, BDC-E209, 11/29/10-2/23/11, M,W,F, 5p.m.- 9 p.m., 8 cr. (clinical portion 2/14- 2/18, M-F, from 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm)

Infectious Disease Prevention

HIV/Bloodborne Pathogens, PNRS 112 This course meets Washington State Department of Health objectives for the fourand seven-hour HIV/Bloodborne Pathogens education requirement for credentialed healthcare providers and non-credentialed healthcare facility employees. Call 253.680.7300 for details. 4140, BDC-E215, M, W, 12/1-12/8, 6:30-9 p.m., 1 cr, $60

Phlebotomy

Phlebotomy Skills, Basic, PNRS 292 Draw and process blood specimens for analysis. This class includes HIV/AIDS training. Limited to 25 participants. Text is approximately $94. No prerequisite. 4243, BDC-E215, M, W, 11/29-2/28, 6:30-9 p.m., 3 cr., $450

Health & Medical

Fire Protection/Fire Service – For more information or to register, call 253.680.7460. Fire Service Training Recruit Academy FST Recruit Academy, FIRE 113 Prepares new hires to function as part of an organized fire company. Completion of the academy is a condition of employment for agency-sponsored candidates. Prerequisite: Fire Department entrance exam, medical and agility test. Medical evaluation required for self-sponsored recruits. 4311, BSC-Bldg.D, M-F, No Winter Academy, 360 hrs (22 credits), $4,238.48 EMT Training Health Care Provider, FIRE 137 Cardiopulmonary resuscitation for the emergency responder. Prerequisite for Emergency Medical Technician. 4322, BSC-Bldg.A, Sat, 11/20, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., 10 hrs (1 crredit), $140.14 Emergency Medical Technician, FIRES 255 Training for pre-hospital care and handling of the sick and injured. Affiliated students receive priority registration. Agency affiliation is required to receive state EMT certification. Prerequisite: 18 years of age, valid driver’s license, high school graduate or GED, and proof of CPR/FA Health Care Provider Certificate. 4309, BSC-Bldg.D, T,Th,Sat, 12/2-2/22, 5:30-9:30 p.m., 120 hrs (8 credits), $1,121.12

Medical Online Courses

LPN Self -Study

The Washington State Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission approves the following self-study courses. The courses are arranged and offered through open enrollment from November 29 – February 4, 2011. The courses are seven hours in length and tuition is $98.14 per class. LPN Self-Study Pharmacology, PNRS 122 Learn how drugs work in the body. Explore laws that govern the use of drugs, the principles of medication administration and documentation, the nursing process and patient safety. Prerequisite: must be LPN or RN. 4014, Arranged, 1 cr. LPN Self-Study, Review Recording and Reporting PNRS 123 This module presents basic information about charts and charting including legal implications and beginning practice. 4016, Arranged, 1 cr. LPN Self-Study, Ethics & the Law/Patient Rights, PNRS 124 Review basic legal and ethical concepts. Explore issues that affect the practice of nursing. 4018, Arranged, 1 cr. LPN Self-Study, Documentation, PNRS 131 This module presents basic information about charts and charting, including legal implications and beginning practice. 4020, Arranged, 1 cr.

LPN Refresher

LPN Self-Study Refresher, PNRS 121 This class is for LPNs holding an inactive or lapsed LPN license for three or more years who must complete an approved refresher program before receiving an active LPN license for Washington state. 4012, Arranged, 14 cr. $1164.20

Medical Terminology, MEDSU 101 Learn the language of medicine and explore the terminology, based primarily on Latin, Greek and English words. This course is offered on open enrollment from November 29 –February 18, 2011. The last day to register for any class is February 1, 2011. Text is approximately $72 plus tax not included in tuition. 4105, Online, 4 cr., $200 Medical Claims Specialist, MEDSU 121 Learn all the new rules to admitting procedures: HCFA-1500 forms for physician’s offices & UB-92 1450 forms for hospitals; basic ICD-9-CM coding, basic CPT, multiple modifiers, APC requirements, insurance requirements and more! Last day to register is February 1, 2011. Prerequisite: Proof of Medical Terminology course or instructor approval. 4106, Online, 5cr., $275

Schedule Key: BDC=Bates Downtown Campus, BSC=Bates South Campus, BMC=Bates Mohler Campus, 7163=Item Number, E307=Room Number, Sat=Day 5/3-5/10 =Beginning & ending dates of courses, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.=Time, 8 hrs=Hours, 5cr=Credits, $50=Fee, D=Degree, C=Certificate, 4 Qtrs = 4 Quarters

Students Malia Bishop (standing) and Everline Kamunya with Practical Nursing instructor Eileen Beck

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Continuing Education Online Courses

Interested in the telecommunications industry?

Fiber Optics Technician Certification Nov 2 - 4

Bates Technical College can help you earn basic and advanced fiber optic technician certification. “Within the next ten years the telecommunications world will need millions of qualified and certified fiber optics and datacom technicians to support billions of people and businesses connected via the Internet,” says instructor Jim Underwood. “This course prepares technicians to meet the challenges of installing, testing and maintaining fiber optic systems, no matter where they work.”

For more information visit www.bates.ctc.edu/FiberOptic or call, 253.680.7190.

All online courses are open enrollment from November 29 – February 18, 2011. The last day to register for any class is February 1, 2011. Upon completion of all courses within a series, students can apply for a Certificate of Training in the specified certificate series with appropriate college credits. For a complete course description, go to www.bates.ctc.edu/ContinuingEd. Green Construction & Remodeling– Certificate Series Explore the impact of construction and remodeling on global warming. Learn the benefits of using green construction methods and technology. Bates is an U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)-approved education provider. 3905, Introduction, GCNST 201, 4 cr., $392.56 This class is required as a prerequisite for the other four courses. Students can take this class concurrently with any of the other Green Construction classes. 3905, Introduction, GCNST 201, 4 cr., $392.56 This class is required as a prerequisite for the other four courses. Students can take this class concurrently with any of the other Green Construction classes. 3906, Building Materials, GCNST 202, 2 cr., $200 3907, Air Quality, GCNST 203, 2 cr., $200 3908, Water Quality, GCNST 204, 2 cr., $200 3909, Marketing and Sales, GCNST 205, 2 cr., $200 Business Strategies for Greening a Company Series Learn about business practices that are better for the environment—and your bottom line. 4150, Business Practices, GREEN 107, 2 cr., $200 4151, Carbon Footprint, GREEN 108, 2 cr., $200 4152, Eco-Efficiency, GREEN 109, 4 cr., $392.56 4153, Supply Chain, GREEN 110, 2 cr., $200 4154, Marketing & Reporting, GREEN 111, 2 cr., $200

Business Management II–Certificate Series A continuation of the Business Management-I series. No prerequisites. These courses may qualify as credit toward Bates’ Marketing and Business Management degree program. 3914, Business Negotiation & Collaboration, MKTG 104, 3 cr., $294.42 3924, Introduction to Strategic Marketing, MKTG 202, 4 cr., $392.56 3927, Teaming for Success, MKTG 206, 3 cr., $294.42 3928, Introduction to Managing Change, MKTG 207, 3 cr., $294.42 3929, Achieving Results Through Influence, MKTG 208, 3 cr., $294.42 Business Marketing I–Certificate Series Learn to interface with customers and develop and market the placement of products and services. These courses may qualify as credit toward Bates’ Marketing and Business Management degree program. 3912, Marketing Principles, MKTG 101, 5 cr., $490.70 3919, Advertising: Creation and Planning, MKTG 122, 4 cr., $392.56 International Commerce I-Certificate Series Learn about the nuances of conducting business in the global market place. This program introduces students to the basics of international trade, communications, business law, marketing and supply chain operations. These courses may qualify as credit toward Bates’ Marketing and Business Management degree program. 3931, International Business Law, MKTG 221, 2 cr., $200 3932, Supply Chain Operations, MKTG 222, 5 cr., $490.70 3935, International Market Research and Planning, MKTG 227, 3 cr., $294.42

Business Management I–Certificate Series Increase or refresh your Business Management, supervision and leadership skills. These courses may qualify as credit toward Bates’ Marketing and Business Management degree program. 3923, Introduction to Leadership Skills & Ethics, MKTG 201, 3 cr., $294.42 3925, Introduction to Business Accounting and Finance, MKTG 203, 5 cr., $490.70 3926, Introduction to Presentation and Facilitation Skills, MKTG 204, 3 cr., $294.42 3930, Introduction to Project Management, MKTG 210, 4 cr., $392.56

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Apprenticeship Bates Technical College is affiliated with 14 apprenticeship programs. You can earn an Associate of Technology degree in Apprenticeship Studies in addition to your journey-level certification from Washington State Apprenticeship Training Council. Each apprenticeship program has its own criteria for selection. Please call the listed coordinators directly. Get detailed information about apprenticeship from the Labor and Industries website at: http://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/Apprenticeship/default.asp. Operating Engineers Regional Training JATC Jim Agnew, Training Director, 1.800.333.9752 Pacific NW Iron Workers & Employers Local #86 Apprenticeship Committee Erich Smith, Coordinator, 206.244.2993 Pierce County Meat Cutters Apprenticeship Committee Benny Rolland, Director, 253.589.0367 Pierce Transit/ATU Local #758 Apprenticeship Committee Mel Munsterman, Coordinator, 253.581.8051 Port of Tacoma Bernice Griffin, Training Coordinator, 253.597.7561 Skookum Corporation & Directorate of Logistics, Fort Lewis, Washington JATC Tom Whipple, Coordinator, 253.405.0865 Southwest Washington Electrical Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee Tony Lewis, Coordinator, 253.475.2922 Southwest Washington Pipe Trades Apprenticeship Committee Elmer Arter, Coordinator, 360.486.9400 Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC)/ Tacoma Machinist Apprenticeship Committee Bob Storrar, Coordinator, 253.680.7258 Washington State UBC JATC (South Puget Sound Carpenters JATC) Dan Lindbo, Coordinator, 253.472.2629 Washington State Fire Fighters Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee Dave Myers, Coordinator, 253.318.1638 Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission/Washington Public Employees JATC Debbie Miller, Training Administrator, 425.649.4278 Western Washington Sheet Metal JATC Eric Peterson, Training Administrator, 360.459.9118 Western Washington Operating Engineers Facilities Custodial Services Apprenticeship Committee Jim Burnson, Training Director, 253.351.0184 Western Washington Stationary Engineers Apprenticeship Committee Jim Burnson, Training Director, 253.351.0184 For more information, visit www.bates.ctc.edu/Apprenticeship. Schedule Key: BDC=Bates Downtown Campus, BSC=Bates South Campus, BMC=Bates Mohler Campus, 7163=Item Number, E307=Room Number, Sat=Day 5/3-5/10 =Beginning & ending dates of courses, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.=Time, 8 hrs=Hours, 5cr=Credits, $50=Fee, D=Degree, C=Certificate, 4 Qtrs = 4 Quarters

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Educator Training

Completion of general education requirements for degrees and certificates complements a student’s industry specific skills training.

Bates Technical College | Winter 2010 - 2011 Class Schedule

Educator Training Paraeducator Training

Schedule your coursework around your job and family. Earn 100-level college credits from home at a reasonable cost with video-based distance learning. The Washington State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) accepts Bates’ paraeducator courses for certificate maintenance. To register, call 253.680.7230 or visit www.bates.ctc.edu/Paraeducator. Certificate of Training in Paraeducator Foundations is now available! *Designates courses required for Certificate of Training. Abuse and Neglect of Children, EDU 151* This course is an introduction to the causes, extent and dynamics of child abuse and neglect along with mandatory reporting guidelines for educators. 5110, 1 cr, $23.50 American Sign Language I, ASL&121 This course offers participants the opportunity to develop a basic receptive and expressive vocabulary in American Sign Language, including finger spelling. 5105, 5 cr, $117.50 Child Growth and Development, EDU 103* Participants explore the unfolding of human development from the prenatal period through adolescence and the transition to adulthood. They learn how children grow physically, cognitively, and emotionally through all developmental stages. 5109, 3 cr, $70.50 Deafness—Implications for Learning and Life, ASL 151 This course offers participants the opportunity to further explore the nature of deafness with its implications for learning and life. The course must be taken in conjunction with ASL& 121 American Sign Language I. 5106, 1 cr, $23.50 Educating Students with Disabilities, SPED 101* This course is an introduction to the various disabilities with implications for learning and life. Individuals working with students with disabilities in general or special education classrooms will benefit from this course. 5116, 3 cr, $70.50 General Psychology, PSYC&100* This course is an introduction to psychology for people with an interest in all that influences human behavior. 5112, 5 cr, $117.50

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School Law, EDU 101* This course is an introduction to the history, political structure and legal framework of the public school system with emphasis on the basics of school law and how it applies to employees, students and parents. 5108, 3 cr, $70.50 Special Needs in Inclusive Settings, SPED 103 Through panel discussions with educators and parents, participants learn about benefits, issues, strategies and transitions for students with disabilities within inclusive settings. 5117, 5 cr, $117.50 Understanding Diversity, SOC 111* This course focuses on helping participants recognize and appreciate diversity in a multicultural society. 5114, 5 cr, $117.50 Note: Paraeducator Training is not a degreegranting program. Some credits may apply toward a degree under certain circumstances.

Teacher Preparation & Certification

Bates Technical College offers training to prepare individuals with business and industry experience for career and technical education (CTE) teaching careers at the secondary level, grades 7-12. The Washington State Professional Educator Standards Board has approved Bates to offer this route to CTE teacher certification. Call 253.680.7161 for more information. • Our quality, competency-based education is flexible, making it easier to maintain jobs and juggle family responsibilities while moving through the program. Design a plan to meet your individual needs. • Courses are offered on weeknights, weekends and via distance learning through four types of instructional delivery formats: classroom, online, hybrid and video-based. • Visit www.bates.ctc.edu/TeacherPrep for a current schedule. Call 253.680.7161 to learn more about the program, to register for classes, or for a transcript review. Methods of Teaching, EDU 105 This course provides tools and strategies for effective teaching in a career and technical education classroom or lab setting, including facilitating and evaluating learning. 5163, 3 cr, Classroom, $250 Occupational Analysis, EDU 106 Participants learn skills for performing an occupational analysis of a specific job as the basis for creating a competency-based curriculum. 5164, 3 cr, Hybrid*, $250, plus a $10.50 hybrid fee

Course Organization, EDU 107 This course focuses on essential skills for developing and organizing a course in a career and technical education setting. 5165, 3 cr, Hybrid*, $250, plus a $10.50 hybrid fee Philosophy of Technical Education, EDU 104 This course explores the evolution, philosophy and framework of career and technical education. 5162, 3 cr, Hybrid*, $250, plus a $10.50 hybrid fee Industrial Safety, EDU 102 This course focuses on establishing and maintaining a safe working environment as well as teaching students about general safety and industrial hygiene. 5160, 1 cr, Online, $75, plus a $7 online fee Work-Based Learning Coordination, EDU 228 This course focuses on building a functional framework to coordinate a work-based learning program. It meets the state requirement for a work-based learning endorsement. 5184, 3 cr, Classroom, $250 Student Development & Leadership, EDU 226 This course focuses on integrating student leadership activities into career and technical education classrooms as well as operating student leadership organizations. 5182, 3 cr, Classroom, $250 Diverse Needs of Students, EDU 229 Participants learn about meeting the diverse needs of today’s students with an emphasis on adolescent development, cultural diversity and students with disabilities. 5185, 3 cr, Online, $250, plus a $21 online fee School Law, EDU 101 This course is an introduction to the history, political structure and legal framework of the public school system with emphasis on the basics of school law and how it applies to employees, students and parents. 5108, 3 cr, Video-based, $70.50 Abuse & Neglect of Children, EDU 151 This course is an introduction to the causes, extent and dynamics of child abuse and neglect along with mandatory reporting guidelines for educators. 5110, 1 cr, Video-based, $23.50 Teaching Practicum—CTE, EDU 230 Participants perform a practical teaching experience in a career and technical education setting. 5186, 1 cr, Arranged, $250

Student Tool Kit for Success by Alan Tiger Success at school, work or life doesn’t happen by accident and people who have achieved success did not simply get lucky. The good news is the success that seems to come naturally for others we can learn intentionally. Consider adding the following three ideas to your tool kit: 1. Don’t wallow in temporary failure; celebrate every achievement: A trait of low performance people is when they make a mistake, they replay that mistake over and over again in their head. Their brain begins to believe that repeated message. High performance people, on the other hand, acknowledge a mistake, but instantly begin planning toward what they will do the next time that circumstance occurs in order to be more successful. Their focus is on the positive action they can control. Consequently, the messages successful people replay in their mind (not out loud to others, necessarily) is “I can do this, I have been successful in the past and I will be successful in the future.” 2. Surround yourself with other successful people: Our parents were right to worry about who we chose to hang out with because we are influenced by the people we associate with. Seek out people, classmates, mentors who will become members of your unofficial success support group. You should spend a majority of your time with people who are encouraging, who think and act positively, and who set and achieve goals. Hanging out with negative and critical people who see nothing beyond gloom and doom will only bring you down to their level. 3. Develop the habits of a successful person: We all know that bad habits are hard to break, but the same is true for good habits. If you behave in a particular way long enough, you will continue to behave this way without thought or effort. People who don’t develop habits of productive behavior constantly have to make extra effort to behave effectively. And it’s hard to keep up that kind of effort. So getting to class on time, meeting deadlines, prioritizing your time and work, acting responsibly shouldn’t be the exception, it should be your everyday practice.

* Presented in a combination of online and classroom instruction.

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Home & Family Life

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New York Fashion Trip May 4 - 6 Take a bite out of the Big Apple! If you love fashion, you won’t want to miss this trip! Visit Fashion Institution of Technology (FIT) professor and couture fashion designer extraordinaire Kenneth D. King and his studio, Simplicity Pattern Company as well as Gerber Technology and FIT and other museums. Shop for discounted fabrics at popular fabric stores like Mood as seen in Project Runway, B & J Fabrics, and jobber store Metro Textile Corp. with your guide Ryliss Bod. All of this and you’ll still have free time to tour the city. Participants book their own reservations. Information about air and hotel accommodations is available by calling 253.680.7138. Register by Jan 31st. CLTH 095, Clothing – New York Field Trip 7709, May 4-10, 6 nights/7days $275 (does not include travel, food or hotel).

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Home & Family Life Registration Bates’ South Campus processes all registration for Home and Family Life classes. In most circumstances, we require you to register five days prior to the first class. You should register early to avoid any class cancellations because of low enrollment. In some classes additional hours will be arranged with instructor. Bates reserves the right to cancel or reschedule classes or change instructors. Fees are subject to change. For more information, visit www.bates.ctc.edu/HomeFamily. By Mail: Mail check and registration form to: Bates South Campus, Home & Family Life 2201 S. 78th St., Tacoma, WA 98409 In Person: Bates South Campus, M- F, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. By Phone: 253.680.7500 or 1.800.562.7099 x7500 By FAX: Fax completed form with MasterCard or Visa information to 253.680.7501. Online: www.bates.ctc.edu/registration

Fashion Construction

Tuition for the classes listed below is $98.14 per credit. FASH 102, Beginning Quilting This course is an introduction to the tools, equipment, cutting and sewing techniques used in beginning quilting projects. Students will use contemporary construction techniques applied to a variety of traditional and abstract designs. 5602, F, 12/3–2/18, 3 cr., 9 a.m.-3 p.m., $294.42 FASH 120, Beginning Construction – Nightwear Students will use contemporary ready-to-wear construction technique methods for the layout and sequencing of assembling beginning skill level nightwear. Prerequisite: FASH 104 and taught concurrently with FASH 122. 5608 F, 12/3–2/18, 4 cr., 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., $392.56 FASH 121, Designers of Influence – Pre 19th Century Students are introduced to the fashion designers of influence, pre-19th century. The practical application includes research and the production of storyboards. 5609, M, 11/29–1/31, 2 cr., 7:15-11:15 a.m., $196.28 FASH 122, Pattern Alterations – Lower Body The class introduces the principles and applications used in altering commercial bottom patterns – pants and skirts, to fit an individual’s measurements. The application of this unit is taught concurrently with FASH 123 and FASH 124 applying the alteration techniques for a custom fit. 5610, Th, 12/2-2/17, 3 cr., 9 a.m.-3 p.m., $294.42

FASH 123, Beginning & intermediate Construction – Skirts Students will use contemporary ready-to-wear construction technique methods for the layout and sequencing of assembling beginning and intermediate skill level skirts. This will be taught concurrently with FASH 122. 5611, W, 12/1–2/16, 4 cr., 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., $392.56 FASH 124, Beginning Construction – Pants Students will use contemporary ready-to-wear construction technique methods for the layout and sequencing of assembling beginning skill level pants. This will be taught concurrently with FASH 122. 5612, T, 11/30–2/15, 4 cr., 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., $392.56

Open Sewing Lab

CLTH 102, Afternoon Open Sewing Lab, 20 hrs/ 1 cr. Students will sew on projects of their own choice in an open sewing lab setting with an instructor available for assistance. Classes are from 12:30-3 p.m. Tuition is $98.14 per credit. 5630, M, 11/29-1/31 5631, T, 11/30-1/25 5632, W, 12/1-2/2 5633, Th, 12/2-2/3 5634, F, 12/3-2/4 CLTH 095, Evening Open Sewing Lab Students will sew projects of their own choice in an open sewing lab setting with an instructor available for assistance. 7700, T, 1/4-2/15, 6:30-9:30 p.m., $138, Engle CLTH 095, Clothing – Fashion Illustration (Adobe Illustrator) An Award Winning Illustrator will offer an introductory class to fashion illustration using Adobe Illustrator. Students will need personal laptops with Adobe Illustrator CS4 or CS5. The tuition will be $33 for those with their own laptops loaded with the required software and $66 for those without. South Campus Computer Lab. 7704, M, 12/6-1/31, 6–7:30 p.m., $66, Adachi 7705, Sat, 1/8-2/12, 9:30 a.m.–11:00 p.m., $66, Adachi CLTH 095, Clothing – New York Field Trip If you love fashion, you don’t want to miss this trip! Visit Fashion Institution of Technology (FIT) professor and couture fashion designer extraordinaire Kenneth D. King and his studio, Simplicity Pattern Company as well as Gerber Technology and FIT and other museums. Shop for discounted fabrics at popular fabric stores like Mood as seen in Project Runway, B & J Fabrics, and jobber store Metro Textile Corp. with your guide Ryliss Bod. All of this and you’ll still have free time to tour the city. Participants book their own reservations. Information about air and hotel accommodations is available by calling 253.680.7138. Register by Jan 31st. 7709, May 4-10, 6 nights/7days $275 (does not include travel, food or hotel).


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Upcoming Event “Best of the Best” Bates

Students Fashion Show Saturday, March 5th, 12:30 p.m. Sewing and Stitchery Expo, Puyallup Fairgrounds, Puyallup, WA CLTH 093, Clothing – Intro to Pattern Making Create your own patterns for the perfect fit. 7725 , W, 12/1-2/16, Noon–2 p.m., $148, Hall 7726 , T, 11/30-2/8, 6–8 p.m., $148, Hall CLTH 093, Clothing – Intermediate Pattern Making Learn to draft a dress, blouse and pants for the perfect fit. 7727 , F, 12/3-2/18, 9–11 a.m., $148, Hall CLTH 093, Clothing – Copy/Create a Sewing Pattern from Your Favorite Garment Students bring in their favorite uncomplicated garment and create a sewing pattern without taking the garment apart. 7728 , M, 11/29-12/6, Noon-3 p.m., $52, Hall CLTH 093, Clothing – Morning Industrial Open Sewing Machine Lab Use industrial sewing machines including straight stitch, serger, cover stitch and blind hemmer for the professional look on all your sewing and craft projects. Classes are from 9- 11 a.m. Fees are $133-$148. Instructor: Frances Hall 7729, M, 11/29-2/14 7730, T, 11/30-2/18 7731, W, 12/1-2/9 7732, Th, 12/2-2/17 7733, F, 12/3-2/18 CLTH 093, Clothing – Basic CAD I Learn to use Gerber’s Computerized Aided Drafting system. 7734, W, 12/1-2/16, 8:15–11:15 a.m., $156, Hall CLTH 093, Clothing – Basic CAD II Advance CAD – Computer pattern making, markers, digitizing included. 7735, W, 12/1-2/16, 8:15–11:15 a.m., $156, Hall CLTH 093, Clothing – Intro to Pattern Grading Learn how to grade sewing patterns and create multiple sizes from one pattern. 7742, T, 1/4–1/25, 9–11 a.m., $59, Hall

Home & Family Life Childbirth Preparation

Register for childbirth classes at least two weeks in advance of the first class. Bring a blanket and two pillows to a class that ENDS three to four weeks before your due date. Childbirth classes include required text. Mothers without Provider One Services Card may qualify for partial scholarships for childbirth classes. Conscious Fathering and Mommy & Me Tea attendees may receive a $35 scholarship toward a parent/infant class. Bates South Campus 2201 S. 78th St., Tacoma, 253.680.7500 Childbirth - HypnoBirthing®, CHB 092 Fees are $105 or Provider One Service Card. 7810, Sat, 1/22 - 2/12, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Childbirth Preparation, Intensive, CHB 092 The following courses are from 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Fees are $85 or Provider One Service Card. 7812, Sat, 12/4 7813, Sat, 1/8 Childbirth Preparation, Weeknight, CHB 092 This class is from 6:30-9:15 p.m. Fees are $105 or Provider One Service Card. 7814, W, 1/5-2/9, 6:30-9:15 p.m. 7815, Th, 1/20-2/24, 6:30-9:15 p.m. Childbirth Preparation, Private, CHB 092 A four-and-a-half hour intensive private class. No Provider One Service Card accepted. Call 253.680.7500 to schedule. 7820, Arranged, $250 per couple

Childbirth Career Education

For those who want to enhance their skills and pursue various Certifications. Breastfeeding ABC’s, CBIT 121 Focuses on elementary breastfeeding promotion, protection, and support. Approved for 6 ICEA contact hours. 5917, Sat, 2/19, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., $76. Professional Birth Doula, CBIT 151 Meets pre-requisite requirements for certification through Doulas of North America (DONA). Text fees not included. Workbook $32. 5916, Th, Fri and Sat, 1/27-29 and 2/3-5, $378

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Home & Family Life Childbirth Career Education, continued BABIES R US 2502 S. 48th St., Tacoma, 253.472.4441 FREE classes at Babies R Us. Call 253.472.4441 to pre-register five days before class.

Childbirth Preparation, Intensive, CHB 093 Class is 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Fees are $85 or Provider One Service Card. 7842, Sat, 12/4 7843, Sat, 2/5

Birth Options M, 12/13 or 1/10 or 2/14, 7-8 p.m.

Eastside Clinic 1708 E 44th, Tacoma, 98404 Call 206.999.6580 to register.

HypnoBirthing®, Introduction T, 1/11, 7-8 p.m. Tacoma General Hospital 315 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, Tacoma, 253.680.7500 Tacoma General Hospital weeknight childbirth and two-day classes include a tour of the hospital’s birth center. Students in a one-day class may register for a free Friday or Saturday tour by calling 1.800.342.9919. Childbirth Preparation, Immersion, CHB 093 Class is held 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Fees are $105 or Provider One Service Card. 7830, Sun, 12/12 & 12/19 7831, Sun, 1/16 & 1/23 7832, Sun, 2/13 & 2/20 Childbirth Preparation, Intensive, CHB 093 Class is 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Fees are $85 or Provider One Service Card. 7834, Sat, 12/18 7835, Sat, 1/15 7836, Sat, 2/19 Childbirth Preparation, Weeknight, CHB 093 Class is 6:30-9:15 p.m. Fees are $105 or Provider One Service Card. 7837, T, 12/7-1/11 7838, W, 12/29-2/2 7846,Th, 1/13-2/17 7847, T, 2/1-3/8 Newborn Basics, CHB 090 Class is 6:30-9:30 p.m. Fees are $42 per couple. 7800, M, 12/7 7801, M, 1/10 7802, W, 2/9 Siblings I for children ages 3 - 6, CHB 090 One adult per family is required to attend. 7803, Sat, 2/5, 10-11 a.m., $33 per family

Childbirth Preparation, Spanish, Intensive, CHB 093 Class is 10 a.m.-2 p.m. for two Fridays in Spanish. Fees are $85 or Provider One Service Card. 7844, F, 1/14 & 1/21

Classes for Parents and Children

Join other families for fun, socialization and information sharing in a safe, supervised environment for children 0-24 months. We welcome one or both parents to participate. Children and parent (one or both caregivers) interact together for supervised activities including music and movement. Learn about research-based early learning techniques from a parent educator and discuss common parenting concerns with a special focus on the brain. Fees are $85 for an eight-week session. Register in parents’ name and include child’s name and birth date. The local Kiwanis Clubs provide scholarships to participants in Bates’ family programs based on availability of funds and need and circumstances for parenting classes throughout the South Puget Sound region. Call 253.680.7500 to learn if you qualify. Infants & Parents, 0-12 months, PRTSF 098 Tacoma: Bates South Campus, 2201 S. 78th, Rm. 117 7855, M, 11/29-2/7, 6-7:30 p.m., 0-12 mo, Robison 7856, T, 12/7-2/8, 1-2:30 p.m., 6-12 mo, Robison 7857, Th, 12/9-2/10, 1:30-3 p.m., 0-6 mo, Robison Toddlers & Parents, PRTSF 098 Tacoma: Bates South Campus, 2201 S. 78th St., Rm. 121 7858, T, 12/7-2/8, 9:30-11a.m., 12-19 mo, Carlisle 7859, W, 12/8-2/9, 9:30-11a.m., 20-30 mo, Larsen 7860, W, 12/8-2/9, 6-7:30 p.m., 12-24 mo, Robison 7861, F, 12/10-2/11, 9:30 a.m.-11a.m., 12-24 mo, Robison 7862, S, 12/4-2/12, 1-2:30 p.m., 12-24 mo, Robison

Siblings II for children ages 6 - 10, CHB 090 One adult per family is required to attend. 7804, Sat, 2/5, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., $33 per family

Classes for Parents

Gig Harbor Multicare 4545 Pt. Fosdick Dr. NW, Gig Harbor, 253.680.7500

Effective Parenting w/Positive Discipline, PRNT 082 For parents with children ages 2 to 18. Positive parenting skills including winning cooperation, building relationships and reducing struggles. Text required. 7865, M, 1/10-2/14, 6-8:30 p.m., $65, Lappin

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Love & Logic Parenting, SPANISH, PRNT 082 For parents who have taken a previous Love & Logic class. Love allows children to grow through mistakes; logic allows them to live with the consequences of their choices with parental guidance and support. Llame 253.680.7521 para registrarse en Espanol. 7867, Th, 1/13-2/17, 6-8 p.m., $65, Rolon-Garcia Advance Love & Logic Parenting, PRNT 082 For parents with children ages 6-18. Love allows children to grow through mistakes; logic allows them to live with the consequences of their choices with parental guidance and support. Text required. 7866, Th, 1/6-2/3, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., $52, Aitkins Conscious Fathering, PRNT 082 For expectant and new fathers of infants. Understand the transition fathers undergo and how to empower them for birth and family life. Bring your father figure for FREE Pizza! 7868, Th, 1/6, 6-9p.m., $35, Shagren

STARS

Bates South Campus 2201 S. 78th St., Tacoma, 253.680.7500 STARS 103 (State Training & Registry System) Basic training for child care, family home and school-age providers designed to meet state licensing requirements. Fee includes Resource Center membership for fall. 5590, Sat, 2/5- 2/19, 2 cr., 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m., $102 STARS online Hybrid, STARS 103 First class in the computer lab (E-106). After two weeks of independent study, take the test for your STARS certificate. 5589, M, 1/10-1/24, 2 cr., 7-8 p.m., $102, plus $7 Hybrid fee, Smith I/T Caregiving II, ITCG 116 Ten hours of STARS training for child care and family home providers designed to meet state licensing requirements. Fee includes Resource Center membership for winter. 5585, Sat, 1/22-1/29, 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m, $15

Childcare Professionals Day and Evening Classes

Bates South Campus 2201 S 78th St., Room 116, Tacoma For Bates’ first-year Early Childhood Education/Child Care students pursuing an Associate of Technology degree, call 253.680.7500 for more information. Tuition for the classes below is $98.14 per credit. Growth, Development and Learning, ECE 106 This course is an introduction to the personal and professional standards of ethical conduct, philosophies and developmental theories related to young children. 110E, M/W, 11/29 - 2/16, 5 cr., 6-8:30 p.m., $490.70


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Physical Development, ECE 107 This course is an introduction to the methods used to create developmentally appropriate learning environments. 110F, Sat, 12/4-2/5, 4 cr., 9-1 p.m., $392.56 Bates Downtown Campus 1101 S. Yakima Ave., Room M120, Tacoma For Bates’ second-year Early Childhood Education/Child Care students pursuing an Associate of Technology degree. Call 253.680.7322 or 253-680-7010 for more information. Children With Special Needs, ECE 202 This unit introduces students to various handicapping conditions, their causes and impact on a childís growth, development and learning; working with the child, family and supportive community/educational agencies, as well as the implications of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for Child Care/ Early Education programs. 1123 , BDC-M120, T,W,Th, 11/30 - 2/17, 5 cr., $490.70 Instructional Strageties, ECE 205 This unit will focus on methods of individual/ group instruction, activities for effective transitions and will emphasize the role of the teacher/caregiver in positive guidance of young children. Students will explore the theory of learning styles and their practical application to enhancing individual childrenís learning. 1125, BDC-M120, T,W,Th, 11/30 - 2/17, 5 cr, $490.70

Mommy and Me Tea

Jan. 6, Feb. 3, March 3

Join other moms and babies (0-12 mos) for an afternoon of socializing and tea. Talk with a parent and child specialist for support in parenting your new baby. 1-2 p.m. Building E, South Campus, Bates Technical College, 2201 S. 78th St. This event is FREE. Call 253.680.7500 for more information.

Meghan O’Neil, Childcare Center

Early Childhood/Parent Education Seminars Bates Home & Family Life instructors will provide insights on a variety of topics that can help you strengthen your early childhood education programs and create more learning opportunities for the children in your life. All seminars offered at Bates South Campus, 2201 S. 78th St. Admission is free to affiliated childcare centers and preschool programs, $5 for the general public, and $10 for those seeking STARS credit. Although some topics are geared towards early childhood education professionals, all seminars are open to parents. For more information, call the Bates Home & Family Life Department at 253.680.7500. December Puppets - Virginia Johnson Puppets foster social interaction, communication, role playing, imagination, storytelling, and so much more. Bring your favorite puppet character. The workshop will include make and take activities. December 7, 2010, 12:30-2:30 p.m., South Campus Auditorium Media and Children - Susan Barbeau Kids TV Today: Exploring the Benefits, Challenges and Possibilities. Discover how television influences children and learn some practical tools to make TV time educational. December 8, 2010, 7:00-8:30 p.m., Bates South Campus Auditorium January Beyond Potential: Children as Change Makers - Fran Davidson From a young age, children are persistent in their pursuit of fairness, calling on us to pay attention to what they perceive as unjust. We will tackle ways to respond to children’s perceptions of unfairness that respectfully acknowledge their feelings, support critical thinking, and facilitate action. January 25, 2011, 7:00-8:30 p.m., South Campus Auditorium Getting School Ready - Sandy Manthou/Karen Patjens Come and visit the informational kindergarten fair featuring a panel discussion with local public school kindergarten teachers. January 19, 2011, 7:00-8:30 p.m., South Campus Auditorium February Conferencing with Parents - Karen Patjens Make the Right Connection. Effective communication is the key to connecting with parents and building strong relationships. January 25, 2011, 12:30-2:30 p.m., South Campus Auditorium Supporting Sensory Development - Diana Stone Does your child cover his ears at loud noises, refuses to touch playdough, climbs on furniture and jumps off, falls down a lot or is picky about clothes or food? Learn sensory activities you can use with all children to help them function in everyday life. February 10, 2011, 7:00-8:30 p.m., South Campus Auditorium Diversity - Carol Gulczynski How to talk with children and to answer their questions about differences. February 15, 2011, 12:30-2:30 p.m., South Campus Auditorium

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Resource Center At Bates South Campus

2201 S. 78th St., Tacoma, 253.680.7500 Parents and teachers can visit Bates’ Resource Center for make-and-take projects, demonstrations and resources. The Center is limited to adults only because of the nature of activities.

Cost

One-time visit - $5 Quarterly individual membership - $25 Quarterly group membership - $100 One time group visit - $55

Operating Hours

T, 12:30-4 p.m. F, 9-11 a.m. Th., 4-7:30 p.m. Most Saturdays, 9 a.m.-Noon Call 253.680.7500 for a current schedule.

Childcare Advisory Programs A cooperative effort between licensed child-care centers and Bates Technical College. The Child Care Advisory Program offers opportunities for licensed child care centers in greater Pierce County area to receive technical training and support in early childhood education. Alice’s Precious Jewels, 253.383.5021 Alphabet Preschools (4 sites), 253.473.0420 / 474.1372, 253.445.0500 / 472.6068 Assorted Tikes, 253.839.0392 Bates Downtown ECEAP/Child Care*, 253.680.7320 Care Bear Childcare, 360.843.2273 Champions, 253.941.2058 Chico Christian Childcare, 360.377.0939 Chris’s Little Tots Childcare, 253.589.4884 Cottesmore Christian Childcare, 253.858.9858 Cottesmore Christian/Oakland, 253.577.5116 Family Childcare Association, Pierce County, 253.565.1683 Grandview Early Learning Center, 253.680.5515 Kinder Care Learning Center, 253.941.5815

Early Childhood Education & Assistance Program (ECEAP)

This free preschool program for children ages 3-5 serves families based on financial need. • Fife/Milton 2003 Taylor St., 253.926.2423 • Puyallup 412 W. Pioneer Ave., 253.840.3257 • Tacoma, Bates Technical College 1101 S. Yakima Ave., 253.680.7324 • Tacoma, Bates Technical College (S. Campus) 2201 S. 78th St., 253.680.7547

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Kitsap Child Care, 360.373.4862 North Tacoma Montessori Center, 253.752.6795 Our Inn-Spiration Child Care, 253.756.6523 Puyallup Play Care Center, 253.848.4232 Raggedy Ann & Andy, 253.565.6380 TCC Early Learning Center*, 253.566.5180 Tacoma Day Preschool/Day Care, 253.627.5671 University Place ABC Children’s, 253.565.7551 *Limited to children of students and/or staff members.

Tirriona Antush, Childcare Center


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Co-op Preschools For children ages 2-5 Participate in your child’s early education! Enroll in a parent-participation-preschool program where you’ll learn the latest developmentally appropriate early childhood education and guidance techniques. Children participate in activities including literature, music, reading and more. Bates Technical College Home & Family Life instructors provide parent education, teacher and preschools board officer training and support. Call the preschool to register. Buckley • Plateau Kids Co-op Preschool, 360.829.6371, Wickersham School, 250 W. Main St., www.plateaukidspreschool.com Burien • Burien Co-op Preschool, 206.241.6714, Burien Community Center, 425 SW 144th St., www.burienco-op.org DuPont • Steilacoom Co-op Preschool, 253.365.4248, Chloe Clark Elementary, 1700 Palisade Blvd., DuPont, www.steilacoompreschool.com Federal Way • Federal Way Co-op Preschool, 253.486.7949, Federal Way United Methodist Church, 29645 51st Ave., www.federalwaypreschool.com Gig Harbor • Gig Harbor Co-op Preschool, 253.858.6911, Gig Harbor Masonic Temple, 3025 96th St. NW Hales Pass Community Center, 3507 Ray Nash Dr. NW, www.ghcp.org Joint Base Lewis-McChord • Carousel Co-op Preschool, 253.473.7802 Key Peninsula • Key Peninsula Co-op Preschool, 253.884.5535, Evergreen Elementary, 1820 Key Peninsula Hwy Vaughn Elementary, 17521 Hall Rd KPN, Vaughn Lakewood • Lakewood Co-op Preschool, 253-680-7507, lakewoodcooperativepreschool@gmail.com Milton • North Hill Co-op Preschool, 253.922.5601, Milton United Methodist Church, 1405 10th Ave., www.northhillcoop.org • Mountain View Co-op Preschool, 253.896.3661, Mission Woods Presbyterian Church, 2003 Taylor St., www.mtviewcoop.com

Puyallup • Puyallup South Co-op Preschool, 253.620.4581, Real Life Family Center, 17708 28th Ave. E., www.puyallupsouthcoop.com • Puyallup Valley Co-op Preschool, 253.620.4556, First Christian Church, 623 9th Ave. SW, www.pvcp.net • South Hill Co-op Preschool, 253.435.1740, 9702 S 128th St., www.southhillcoop.com Roy • Strawberry Patch Co-op Preschool, 253.843.1729, 221 E. Third St., Roy, www.strawberrypatchpreschool.com Spanaway • Bethel Co-op Preschool, 253.531.7676, 115 163rd St. S., Spanaway Sumner • Sumner Co-op Preschool, 253.862.7124, Christ the King Lutheran Church, 245 Valley Ave, Sumner www.orgsites.com/wa/sumnerco-op Tacoma • Jack & Jill Co-op Preschool, 253.756.0637, Grace Baptist Church, N. 26th & Vassault St., www.jacknjill.org • North Orchard Co-op Preschool, 253.620.4004, First Christian Church, 602 N. Orchard St., www.orcharddelongcoop.com • Midland Co-op Preschool, 253-906-2681, 1710 85th St E, www.orgsites.com/wa/midlandpreschool • North Tacoma Co-op Preschool, 253.370.1858, Christ Episcopal Church, 310 N. K St., www.tacomapreschool.org • Northpoint Co-op Preschool, 253.952.9285, Dash Point School, 6546 Dash Pt. Blvd. NE, www.northpointcoop.org • Old Town Co-op Preschool, 253.620.4620, Mason United Methodist Church, 2710 N. Madison St., www.oldtownpreschool.org • Wapato Co-op Preschool, 253.620.4369, Westminster Presbyterian Church, 5236 E. B St., www.wapatopreschool.org University Place • Narrows Co-op Preschool, 253.564.4655, United Church, 3912 Grandview Dr. W., www.narrowsco-op.org Bates-affiliated co-operative preschools and the Parent Child Pre-school Council comply with all federal rules and regulations and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability or veterans status.

Part-time Evening Career Training Programs Enhance your professional skills with Bates Technical College’s part-time evening career training programs! Several programs are now offered that are designed for you, a busy working adult looking for education options that fit into your schedule.

Administrative Office Assistant - Part Time

Recommended for office professionals who want to earn their Associate of Technology degree. Drawing from their working experience, students will complete curriculum requirements leading to professional development and growth within their chosen field. This program is a combination of online and traditional classroom activities and students can earn their degree in approximately seven quarters. BDC, Tue, 4:30-5:30 p.m., 7 Qtrs, Entry quarter: Every. For more information about the program, tuition and fees, or to apply, contact Monica Schumaker, career advisor, at 253.680.7006.

Early Childcare Education/ Childcare - Evening

Child care workers: Did you know that you can take evening courses at Bates and earn your early childcare education degree? Classes include lecture, discussion and hands-on learning. Students will prepare for roles as lead teachers, program supervisors and directors. In support of working child care professionals who already have a Child Development Associate (CDA) or a firstyear certificate of training, Bates offers this 200-level Child Care/Early Education course during a convenient evening timeframe. BDC, T,W,Th, Time: Arranged, D, 4 Qtrs, Entry quarter: Every. For more information about the program, tuition and fees, or to apply, contact Dan Eberle, career advisor, at 253.680.7010.

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General Information Accreditation Bates Technical College is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education. Many career education programs meet specific industry certifications.

Translations of Non-Discrimination Statement Bates Technical College’s notice of nondiscrimination is available in English, Korean, Chinese, Russian and Spanish. If you would like a copy of the statement in one of the above languages, please request a copy from the Vice President for Human Resources and Campus Safety, 253.680.7180, or vlackman@bates.ctc.edu.

Board of Trustees Michael Grunwald Theresa Pan Hosley Calvin Pearson Stanley Rumbaugh Karen Seinfeld

Korean 베이츠 기술 대학의 비 차별 통지는 영어, 한국어, 중국어, 러시아어, 스페인어 로 보실수 있읍니다. 만약 당신이 이 비차별 통지내용을 위의 상기한 나라의 언어로 원하시면, 인사과 부사장님께 전화로 253.680.7180 아니면 이멜일 vlackman@bates.ctc.edu 로 요청하시길를 바랍니다.

Do you enjoy helping people? Complete the prerequisites to enroll in Practical Nursing or the Occupational Therapy Assistant program in just one or two quarters

Tuition For tuition information, visit www.bates.ctc.edu/tuition or call 253.680.7019.

Tackle all of the nursing prerequisites in just two quarters! The two prerequisite quarters are designed so that you can attend school full-time and qualify for financial aid, while completing the prerequisites for Bates’ Practical Nursing program. (See NAC program, page 19)

• From the 1st to the 5th calendar day of class - 80% • From the 6th day to the 15th day calendar day - 40% • After the 15th calendar day there is no refund

Prospective Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) students can complete their prerequisites for the OTA program in just one quarter and enter our new OTA program this spring. Get started today by attending a career information session. Contact Jason Carroll, career advisor, at 253.680.7008 or email him at jcarroll@bates.ctc.edu.

Assessment Center From COMPASS placement and COMPASS ESL placement to GED and CLEP testing, Bates Assessment Center is here to serve your testing needs. The center also offers Career Explorer testing, assistance for students with special needs, proctored testing for distance learning students and testing and preparation information resources. All Assessment Center services are available to Bates students and non-students. For more information, including hours and fees, call 253.680.7030 or visit www.bates.ctc.edu/Testing.

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Tuition Refund Policy A student who has paid tuition before the quarter starts but is unable to attend the class may receive a full tuition refund. After the first day of class, Bates grants refunds as follows:

The tuition refund policy applies to all students in state-supported programs. It is the student’s responsibility to complete a withdrawal form and submit it to the registration office. The date the withdrawal is received will be used for calculating refunds. Self-Support Courses • The college cancels the class - 100% • Withdrawal on or before one business day prior to 1st class - 100% • Student registers but doesn’t attend - None Limitation of Liability The college’s total liability for claims arising from a contractual relationship with the student in any way related to classes or programs shall be limited to the tuition and expenses paid by the student to the college for those classes or programs. In no event shall the college be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, including but not limited to, loss of earnings or profits. Non-Discrimination Statement Bates Technical College reaffirms its policy of equal opportunity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, or status as a disabled veteran or Vietnam era veteran in its programs and activities in accordance with college policy and applicable federal and state statutes and regulations.

Chinese 贝茨技术学院现提供英语,韩语,汉语, 俄语及 西班牙语版的《无歧视通知》。如果你想得到上述 任何一种语言的该通知的复印件,请到本校兼管人 事部及校园安全部的副主任那里申请领取。可通过 电话或电子邮件联络。电话: 253.680.7180 电邮地址: vlackman@bates.ctc.edu Russian Информация о недискриминации в Техничеком Колледже им. Бейтса сейчас доступна на английском, корейском, китайском, русском и испанском языках. Если вы хотели бы приобрести её копию на любом из выше перечисленных языков, пожалуйста обратитесь в офис Прав и Обязаностей человека или в офис Охраны и Безопасности, 253.680.7180, или vlackman@bates.ctc.edu. Spanish El aviso de no discriminación de Bates Technical College está disponible en inglés, coreano, chino, ruso y español. Si desea una copia de la declaración en una de las lenguas indicadas, por favor, solicite una copia del Vicepresidente de recursos humanos y seguridad del campus, 253.680.7180 o vlackman@bates.ctc.edu. Inquiries regarding Bates’ non-discriminatory policies should be directed to the Vice President of Human Resources, 1101 S. Yakima Ave., Tacoma, WA 98405, 253.680.7180. For further information on notice of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity, see the list of OCR enforcement offices for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1.800.421.3481. Questions concerning the application of Title IX and its implementing regulations should be directed to the Vice President for Student Services, 1101 S. Yakima Ave., Tacoma, WA 98405, 253.680.7005 or 1.800.562.7099, extension 7002.


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Campus Locations and Directions Bates Downtown Campus Welding Student

Bates at your service Bates Downtown Campus | 253.680.7000 1101 S. Yakima Ave., Tacoma

Directions to Downtown Campus from I-5: Take the City Center exit. Stay on I-705 to A Street exit. Go three blocks north. Turn left onto 11th Street and travel to Yakima Avenue.

Bates South Campus | 253.680.7400 2201 S. 78th St., Tacoma

Directions to South Campus from I-5: Northbound: Take exit 129. At the exit ramp light, turn left and go back over the freeway to Tacoma Mall Boulevard. Turn left, go to 78th Street and turn right. Southbound: Take exit 129 onto Tacoma Mall Boulevard. Turn left and go to 78th Street and turn right.

Bates offers a wide variety of professional services to the public and students. Call for more information and to set up your appointment today or visit a campus near you.

Services to the Public Auto Mechanic Shop, BSC, Rm C303 Auto Body Repair & Refinishing, BSC, Rm C105 Barber Shop, BDC, Rm M202 M - F, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Business Management & Training Center BDC, Rm M123 Cabinet Making and Millwork, BDC, Rm M101C Carpentry, BSC, Rm B306 Coffee Shop, BDC, M200 Computer Repair & Service, BDC, Rm W210 or Rm W219 Dental Clinic, BDC, Rm E208 M - Th, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Electrical Repair, BSC, Rm D201 Food Services, BDC, M200 M - Th, 8:30 - 10 a.m. & 11 - 12:30 p.m. Food Services, BSC, A308 M - Th, 9 - 10 a.m. & 11 - noon Hearing Clinic, BDC, Rm E214 M, W, F, 8 - 11:30 a.m. Motorcycle, Lawnmower & Jet Ski Repair BSC, Rm C210 Sheet Metal Services, BDC, Rm W106 Typing Services, BDC, Rm E308 Vehicle Parts Store, BSC, Bldg. J Welding Services, BSC, Rm B311

Services to Students

Bates Mohler Campus | 253.680.7700 2320 S. 19th St., Tacoma WA

Directions to Mohler Campus from I-5: Take WA-16 to the Union Avenue exit to South 19th Street. Turn right onto 19th Street and the campus is on the right.

Child Care Center, BDC , Rm M120 M - F, 6:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Job Service Center, BDC, Rm M214 M - T, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. , F, by appt. Tutoring Center, BDC, Rm E302 M - W, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Th, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m., F, variable Tutoring Center, BSC, Library T - Th, 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. & Th, 2 - 4 p.m. Tutoring Center, BMC, by appt.

Schedule Schedule Key: Key:BDC=Bates BDC=Bates Downtown Downtown Campus, Campus, BSC=Bates BSC=Bates SouthSouth Campus, Campus, BMC=Bates BMC=Bates Mohler Campus, Mohler Campus, 7163=Item7163=Item Number, E307=Room Number, E307=Room Number, Sat=Day Number 5/3-5/10 =Beginning & ending dates of courses, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.=Time, 8 hrs=Hours, 5cr=Credits, $50=Fee, D=Degree, C=Certificate, 4 Qtrs = 4 Quarters Sat=Day, 5/3-5/10 =Beginning & ending dates of courses, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.=Time, 8 hrs=Hours, $50=Fee, D=Degree, C=Certificate

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PERMIT NO. 934 TACOMA, WA

1101 South Yakima Avenue Tacoma, WA 98405-4895

Conductor welcomes travelers to an electrifying trip at Fantasy Lights For the 14th consecutive year, Bates students will add fun, dazzling, multicolored displays to the drive-through holiday light display, Fantasy Lights. This year’s contribution is a winter wonderland train station with an elf conductor standing nearby to welcome aboard the many visitors to Fantasy Lights. Bates displays at Fantasy Lights are abundant and can be found throughout the entire fantastic trip. Dinosaurs, penguins, and frisky elves chasing snowmen through a twinkling evergreen forest and the always popular Candy Cane Lane are just some of the many displays created by Bates students. It’s another great example of Bates’ community involvement,” says Bates President Lyle Quasim. “Our students gain valuable hands-on experience as they learn their trades. They are always eager to work on this project. As they drive through Fantasy Lights with their families they can tell them about their roles in helping to create the displays. It is absolutely a fun and rewarding relationship, and we are proud to be a part of it.”

Fantasy Lights at Spanaway Park Nov. 25, 2010 - Jan. 2, 2011 5:30 - 9:00 p.m.

Don’t miss this memorable holiday light display!

www.piercecountywa.org/Parks

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Robert House, Welding student, see page 18

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