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Center for Workforce Development Program Guide

Fall 2013

Realistic Adult Education Look inside for…

Career Education Training Certificate Career Education Programs Customized Training Part-Time Continuing Education Transportation Training Adult Literacy (GED® & ESOL) Online Courses

Center for Workforce Development Rochester Tech Park 160 Wallace Way, Bldg. #9 Rochester, NY 14624 www.monroe2cwd.edu

585.349.9100

Call to Learn of Financial Aid for Eligible Programs!


Welcome The Center for Workforce Development (CWD) at Monroe 2–Orleans BOCES provides Career & Technical Education programs that are affordable, shortterm and convenient for the adult learner. Course curriculum is industryspecific and emphasizes practical application of key concepts and skills, utilizing the latest technology. In addition, FREE academic classes are available to individuals 21 years of age or older who are without a high school diploma and who need to prepare for the GEDŽ exam. CWD also partners with the local business community by providing customized workforce training programs that upgrade the skills of their current employees.

Mission Statement BOCES 2 Center for Workforce Development will strive to provide quality, cost-effective educational and workforce services in partnership with other higher educational agencies, the local workforce community and the adult learners we serve in a manner that supports excellence and equality for all learners. Council on Occupational Education 7840 Roswell Road Bldg. 300, Suite 325 Atlanta, GA 30350 Telephone: 770-396-3898 Fax: 770-396-3790

BOCES 2, Center for Workforce Development is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education (COE) www.council.org

Adult and Continuing Educational Staff Mary Ellen Spennacchio-Wagner Director, BOCES 2, CWD Virginia Rizzo Literacy Coordinator

Maryanne Reber Continuing Education Coordinator

Robert Belmont Admission Advisor

Vivian Cook-Johnson Admission Advisor

Linda G. Rice Administrative Asst. to the Director

Barbara Harte Employment Counselor

Jackie Meyer Data Manager

Rebecca Bailey Accts Receivable/Student Billing

Todd Marvin Financial Advisor

Laurie Fillion Payroll/Purchasing

Chris Sadler Student Services Secretary

Mary Lynne Soto Vocational Assessments

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Facility Locations Main Office Campus:

Spencerport Campus:

Rochester Tech Park 160 Wallace Way, Bldg #9 Rochester, NY 14624

WEMOCO CTE Center 3589 Big Ridge Road Spencerport, NY 14559

Phone: (585) 349-9100 Fax: (585) 349-9101 Business Hours:

Phone: (585) 352-2425 Fax: (585) 352-2424 Business Hours:

Mon. - Thurs. 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Mon. - Thurs. 1:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Directions to Rochester Tech Park From East/Downtown Rochester:

From North/Greece:

Rte. 490 West. Exit 8 – Route 531 (Spencerport) Turn left onto Manitou Road; turn left on Les Harrison Drive West; turn right on Wallace Way, and left into the parking lot.

Rte. 104 West to Manitou Road (South); turn left on Les Harrison Drive West; turn right on Wallace Way, and left into the parking lot.

From West/Brockport:

Rte. 390 North to Rte. 490 West Immediate Exit 8, Rte. 531 (Spencerport) Exit Manitou Road – turn left; turn left on Les Harrison Drive West; turn right on Wallace Way, and left into the parking lot.

From South/Henrietta:

Rte. 531 East. Turn right onto Manitou Road; turn left on Les Harrison Drive West; turn right on Wallace Way, and left into the parking lot.

Center for Workforce Development

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Fall 2013 Calendar August M

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5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

TH 1 8 15 22 29

September F 2 9 16 23 30

M 2 9 16 23 30

S 3 10 17 24 31

T 3 10 17 24

7 14 21 28

T 1 8 15 22 29

W 2 9 16 23 30

TH 3 10 17 24 31

TH 5 12 19 26

F 6 13 20 27

S 7 14 21 28

November

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5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

F 1 8 15 22 29

S 2 9 16 23 30

December M 2 9 16 23 30

T 3 10 17 24 31

W 4 11 18 25

TH 5 12 19 26

F 6 13 20 27

S 7 14 21 28

Holiday Observance

Facility Closings (i.e. Weather or Emergency) Scheduled classes may be cancelled due to weather conditions or emergency situations. All cancellations will be announced over most radio and TV stations including: WHAM, WVOR-FM, WRMM-FM and WHEC-TV Channel 10. Cancelled classes will be rescheduled.

Sept 2.................................................. Labor Day Oct 14........................................... Columbus Day Nov 11............................................ Veteran’s Day Nov 27-29...........................Thanksgiving Recess Dec 23-Jan 1, 2014.................Christmas Recess

Open House Rochester Tech Park 160 Wallace Way, Bldg. #9 Rochester, NY 14624 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. August 13 October 8 December 10

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Table of Contents Facility Locations.................................................3 Fall 2013 Calendar..............................................4 Policies and Procedures......................................6 Adult Literacy.....................................................7 English For Speakers Of Other Languages (ESOL).....................................7 GED® Exam Preparation......................................7 The National External Diploma Program.............7 GRASP – Giving Responsible Adults a Study Program...............................................................7 Operation Recognition for Veterans....................7 Certifications (Traditional & Online).................8 EPA Certification (Section 608) Prep & Test........8 OSHA 10 – Construction Online Course.............8 OSHA 10 - General Industry Online Course........8 EPA Certification (Section 608) Prep & Test (Self-Study)......................................8 Forklift Training/Test ...........................................8 Computer-Based Testing Services..................8 Career Assessment Services...........................9 Civil Service Typing Test...................................9 Certificate Programs.........................................9 Customized Training for Business.................10 Ed2Go Online Training....................................10 Career Education Programs...........................11 Career Training Information Sessions...........11 Financial Aid.....................................................11 Middle Skills Job Training...............................12 Building Maintenance........................................12 HVAC Service Technician (Residential/Light Commercial).........................12 Machining/CNC Fundamentals.........................12 Dental Assistant................................................12 Nurse Assistant/Home Health Aide...................13 Phlebotomy & Lab Services..............................13 Medical Billing & Coding...................................13 Computer Support Specialist............................13 Data Entry..........................................................13 Medical Office Assistant....................................14 Administrative Assistant....................................14 Legal Assistant..................................................14 General Office...................................................14 Community Continuing Education.................15 First Aid w/Adult CPR, AED..............................15 First Aid ............................................................15 CPR, AED – Adult Only......................................15 Coaches First Aid, CPR & AED.........................15 Social Event Planning........................................15 Wedding Planning.............................................15 Computer Basics & Applications...................16

Basic PC/Windows & E-MAIL (Windows 7).......16 Keyboarding......................................................16 Digital Devices 101............................................16 Microsoft Access 2010......................................16 Microsoft Excel 2010.........................................16 Microsoft PowerPoint 2010...............................16 Microsoft Word 2010.........................................16 Web Design with HTML (online)........................17 Professional Development.............................17 Accounting Fundamentals................................17 Event Planning...................................................17 A Look Into The World Of Hospitality................17 Introduction to Culinary Basics.........................17 Intro to the New ICD-10 Coding System...........17 Intro To Starting And Operating A Small Business............................................................17 Skilled Trades...................................................18 Auto Body 1.......................................................18 Auto Body From A To Z.....................................18 Maintaining Your Car.........................................18 Basic AC/DC Electricity.....................................18 Basic Woodworking..........................................18 Blueprint Reading (Machining)..........................18 Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing .........18 Home Repair – Drywall (Section 1)....................19 Home Repair – Plumbing (Section 2)................19 Home Repair – Electrical (Section 3).................19 Industrial Electricity...........................................19 Learning MASTERCAM X5 MILL 2D ................19 Machine Shop I.................................................19 Machine Shop II .............................................19 Residential Wiring..............................................19 Residential A/C & Refrigeration ........................20 Residential Heating...........................................20 Small Engine Repair..........................................20 Technical Math (Pre-Test)..................................20 Technical Math..................................................20 Welding (Introduction).......................................20 Welding MIG......................................................20 Welding TIG.......................................................20 Woodworking II..................................................20 Computer Applications For The Skilled Trades...................................................21 AutoCAD® Basics (ONLINE)..............................21 Autodesk® Inventor............................................21 Learning MASTERCAM X5 MILL 2D ................21 Rochester Arc & Flame Center..........................22 C.C.I. - Online E-Learning Healthcare Courses!..........................................23 Transportation Technologies.............................23

HOW TO REGISTER:

OFFICE LOCATIONS GATES (main office)

ONLINE: monroe2cwd.edu

Rochester Tech Park 160 Wallace Way, Bldg #9 Rochester, NY 14624 Hours: M-Th, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Fri, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

PHONE: CALL 349-9100

SPENCERPORT

PAYMENT ACCEPTED:

3589 Big Ridge Road, Rm. D-115 Spencerport, NY 14559 Hours: M-Th, 1 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Cash, Check, Money Order or Credit Card (MC/VISA)

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Policies and Procedures Parking/Bus Schedules

Smoking Policy

The Rochester Tech Park facility is located on a convenient RTS Bus line and both facilities offer FREE parking. No cars may be parked in designated fire zones, reserved parking, or handicapped parking (without a permit).

All BOCES 2 facilities are nonsmoking. Smoking is not permitted anywhere on campus, which includes: classrooms, hallways, restrooms, offices, parking lots, or the school grounds.

Program/Course Certificates

Any individual 17 years of age or older may register for part-time courses. High School students must be at least 16 years of age and have written permission from their High School Principal or Guidance Counselor.

Part-time Programs

All individuals who successfully complete their program and coursework will be provided with a student copy of their certificate of completion at no cost. Certificates will be distributed during the last scheduled class. There will be a $5 FEE for any additional documentation of attendance or participation in the program once the course is completed.

Program Cancellations BOCES 2 Adult Education may cancel a class if enrollment is insufficient. In such cases, registrants will be notified and tuition will be refunded. Notification is made by telephone, so please make sure that you include your home/ work telephone number on your registration. Refunds may take up to 6-8 weeks to complete.

Damage to or Loss of Personal Property BOCES 2 assumes no responsibility, either real or implied, for personal property of any adult student. Students should review their own insurance coverage. Disclaimer Notice:

BOCES 2 Instructors are retained to teach in their area of expertise. The instructors are not permitted to use the classroom for personal gain, or to solicit clients or customers. BOCES 2 is NOT responsible for any advice or consultation given beyond the classroom environment and the course materials.

REFUND POLICY: Career Training Programs A percentage of the program tuition will be refunded depending on the percentage of the program hours completed. % Refund 100% 75% 50% 25% 0%

% Completion 0% 7% or less 13% or less 20% or less Over 20%

Part-time Courses To receive a full refund, the registrant must notify the main office 5 business days prior to the first scheduled class. An original receipt must also be presented at the time of the request.

NOTE: Program schedules, tuition costs and book/exam fees are subject to change. Book/exam fees are NOT included in tuition cost, unless noted.

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Adult Literacy In today’s workforce, you will need a High School diploma or a GED® to qualify for jobs that are “in demand.” Employers must know that you have basic skills in English (speaking, reading and writing) and Math. Growing career fields, such as Skilled Trades, Information Technology and Healthcare, also require higher skill levels in both Math and Science. Improve your skills by participating in any of our GED® Preparation or English as a Second Language programs. Individuals will have the option of enrolling in a Traditional Class or a convenient Home Study Program. Classes are FREE to those who qualify! All classes are taught by NY State Certified Teachers. You will also work with an instructor to develop an Education and Employment Plan that will include an assessment of your current academic skills, as well as your career interests.

Rochester Tech Park 160 Wallace Way, 2nd Floor, Bldg. 9 Rochester, NY 14624

GED® Exam Preparation

English For Speakers Of Other Languages (ESOL)

Classes Offered: Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-12 noon Mon.-Wed., 12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Mon./Tues./Thurs., 6-9 p.m.

Classes Offered: Mon./Wed., 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Home Study Program: Available at multiple satellite locations throughout Monroe and Orleans Counties.

Home Study Program: Available at multiple satellite locations throughout Monroe and Orleans Counties.

Online GED® Preparation For more information: Call 349-9100

The National External Diploma Program The National External Diploma Program or NEDP is an Adult Distance Learning program resulting in the award of a High School Diploma. • Distance Learning program

• NEDP candidates must meet a set of academic entry requirements and meet with the Assessor weekly for a face-toface meeting.

• Competency-based, performance assessment that requires adults to demonstrate their ability in a series of simulations that parallel job and life situations.

• Students successfully meeting these competencies at a mastery level will be awarded a NYSED high school diploma.

GRASP – Giving Responsible Adults a Study Program • Distance Learning program with academic entry requirements

• Uses instructional packet mail delivery system

• Provides customized, individualized print based distance learning instruction

• Tutoring option for academic support • Successful candidates will earn their GED Diploma

Operation Recognition for Veterans • Veterans serving during World War II, Korea or Viet Nam are eligible to be awarded a high school diploma • Contact BOCES 2 Literacy Coordinator for details

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CERTIFICATIONS (Traditional & Online) CLASSROOM SELF STUDY EPA Certification EPA Certification (Section 608) Prep & Test (Section 608) Prep & Test (Self-Study) This program is an EPA approved certification program and meets the requirements set forth in SECTION 608 of the Clean Air Act, as regulated by the United Stated Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). We are also an approved test site. This program consists of eight hours of review that will include an introduction to Basic Principles of Refrigeration for CORE, Type I Certification, Type II Certification, Type III Certification. Three hours will be allowed for testing. Sat. 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 3 weeks/3 classes Starts: Oct. 26

Fee: $210 (Fee includes book and exam) Location: Spencerport

OSHA 10 – Construction Online Course This is an online OSHA 10 Construction Industry and Safety training program. This program will cover safety issues and procedures that need to be followed in the workplace or job site. At the completion of this program the student will be mailed their OSHA 10-hour Construction wallet card. Visit our website to enroll. Continuous Enrollment

The information is the same as if you were attending class. The information covers an introduction to Basic Principles of Refrigeration for CORE, Type I Certification, Type II Certification, Type III Certification. Three hours will be allowed for testing. When you are ready to take your test, you will need to contact us. A test date will be set up with one of our Proctors. (Fee includes: Book, PowerPoint and Testing Fees.) Continuous Enrollment

Fee: $129 Test Site: Spencerport

Forklift Training/Test (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.178)

Fee: $89

The forklift certification class includes classroom theory and practical evaluations. The student will review legislation relating to the OSHA (Occupational Health and Safety Act). A certificate of completion and a wallet card will be issued at the end of the course to all students who successfully complete the program. Classes held outside - come dressed for the weather. No lunch provided.

OSHA 10 - General Industry Online Course This is an online OSHA 10 General Industrial and Safety training program. This program will introduce OSHA policies, procedures, and standards as well as general industry safety and health principles covered in the OSHA ACT Part 1910. Visit our website to enroll. Continuous Enrollment

This program is an EPA approved certification program and meets the requirements set forth in SECTION 608 of the Clean Air Act, as regulated by the United Stated Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). We are also an approved test site. This program allows the individual to study at their own pace with materials provided by us.

Sat. 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Fee: $139 1 week/1 class Location: Spencerport Starts: Sept. 14, Sept. 28, Oct. 12, or Oct. 26

Fee: $89

Computer-Based Testing Services Available

“Official Online Testing Site” for ESCO Institute Now offering the following online tests: EPA Section 608 Certification for AC and Refrigeration R-410A Certification Green Mechanical Awareness Certification Employment Ready Certification For more information or to schedule a testing date call (585) 352-2425. Testing schedules and prices will be posted on our website www.monroe2cwd.edu. Can accommodate special requests for large groups. Pre-registration and payment will be required.

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Career Assessment Services Career Assessment is the very first step in finding a new and more rewarding career. Our offices at 160 Wallace Way, Bldg. 9 offer adults state-of-the-art vocational assessments which include: • Aptitude • Interests • Educational Development • Physical Capabilities For more information or to schedule an appointment, call (585) 349-9100

Civil Service Typing Test Will satisfy the typing requirement of a Monroe County Civil Service Exam. 3rd Tuesday of each month 3 – 4 p.m. $10 Call for information 585.349.9100

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS These special sequences of courses are intended to help job seekers meet the changing demands of today’s job market. Each series has been designed to assist learners to build their skills and enhance their employability opportunities. Classes have been grouped together to provide adult learners the opportunity to expand their career specific knowledge. When the student completes all of the modules of the Certificate Program, he/she will be awarded a Community Continuing Education Certificate of Completion. At the time of registration, you must let the registrar know of your intent.

Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Certificate • • • • • • •

Machining Certificate • • • • •

Technical Math (25 Hours) Basic AC/DC Electricity (40 Hours) Industrial Electricity (54 Hours) Residential Wiring (40 Hours) Optional Residential A/C & Refrigeration (Mod I) (60 Hours) Residential Heating (Mod II) (60 Hours) EPA Section 608 Certification (12 Hours)

Microsoft Office Specialist Certificate • • • • • •

Hospitality Certificate • • • • • •

Technical Math (25 Hours) Blueprint Reading (35 Hours) Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (25 Hours) Optional Class Machine Shop I (42 Hours) Machine Shop II (42 Hours)

Hospitality (42 Hours) Event Planning (21 Hours) Microsoft Word (24 Hours) Microsoft Excel (30 Hours) QuickBooks (Ed2Go Online Course) Web Design with HTML (21 Hours)

Introduction to Keyboarding (30 Hours) Basic PC, Windows & E-mail (24 Hours) Microsoft Word (24 Hours) Microsoft Excel (30 Hours) Microsoft Access (24 Hours) Microsoft PowerPoint (24 Hours)

Welding Certificate

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Technical Math (25 Hours) Introduction to Welding (42 Hours) TIG/Tungsten Inert Gas & GTAW/Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (42 Hours) MIG/Metal Inert Gas Welding (24 Hours)


Customized Training for Business Skilled Trades, Computer Technology, Basic Academics and MORE! As a provider of Adult Career & Technical Education for over 35 years, we are experienced in creating and delivering industry-specific training programs that meet the demands of the local workforce. We have upgraded the skills of employees in many types of work environments including: Healthcare, Telecommunications, Manufacturing, Facility Maintenance, Wholesale Supply, Banking, Higher Education, Community Agencies, Trade Unions and Local Government. Let us customize a training or literacy program specifically for your organization! For more information, please contact Mary Ellen Spennacchio-Wagner at 349-9103 or e-mail mwagner@monroe2boces.org.

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Career Education Programs Our Career Training programs provide a certificate in less than 6 months. All training emphasizes hands-on learning and utilizes the latest technology. These programs offer the opportunity for the adult learner to re-enter the workforce with new or upgraded skills. All full-time students are provided with Employment Skills Development and Employment Search Assistance in their chosen field. The overall employment rate of CWD graduates is 85 percent. Any adult, 17 years of age or older, may apply for admission. The first step is to attend an Information Session (schedule below). Funding Resources are available for individuals who meet certain eligibility requirements. Call for more information.

Schedule your appointment today! CALL 349-9100

Career Training Information Sessions Medical Careers

(Medical Billing & Coding, Phlebotomy and Lab Services, Nurse Assistant, Dental Assistant)

Wednesday, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. or 3 - 4 p.m.

Office and IT Careers (Medical Office Assistant, Legal Assistant, Administrative Assistant, General Office, Data Entry, Computer Support Specialist)

Thursday, 2 - 3 p.m.

Skilled Trades

with emphasis on Greens Awareness (HVAC, Building Maintenance, & Machining/CNC Fundamentals)

Thursday, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Call to Register

Financial Aid Many of the classes offered at the BOCES 2, Center for Workforce Development, can activate certain sources of financial aid. Attend one of our Information Sessions to speak with our Financial Aid Advisement team. If you are a Veteran, you may be able to activate your education benefits. People with barriers to employment may be eligible for grant monies to cover the cost of your job training. Workforce Investment Act (WIA) monies may also be available to students who are eligible. Our Financial Aid Advisement team can help you navigate through the organizations that provide educational funding. You may also contact your own bank or savings & loan for information about applying for a student loan. These options are discussed at every Information Session – attend one today!

Pell Grant and Stafford Loan eligible programs include: • • • • •

Medical Office Assistant Legal Assistant General Office Administrative Assistant Data Entry

• HVAC • Building Maintenance • Dental Assistant • Computer Support Specialist

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Middle Skills Job Training SKILLED TRADES Building Maintenance Placement Rate: 92% (in training-related jobs)

Machining/CNC Fundamentals

Pell Grant Eligible !

Placement Rate: 100% (in training-related jobs)

This program offers training which is required to successfully operate, maintain and repair a Residential or Light Commercial facility. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of knowing how to “green” a building’s environment. Instruction includes lecture and hands-on projects in these areas: Technical Math, Safety Procedures, Welding, Plumbing, Carpentry, Flooring, Electrical Circuitry, Heating/ Cooling Systems. Includes a 2-week Internship Experience. Industry Certifications: EPA 608, R410-A, Green Awareness, OSHA 10, Forklift. Prerequisites: High School Diploma/GED® and the ability to lift 50 lbs. M-F, 8:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. 19 weeks (605 total hrs.) Starts: Oct. 30, Feb. 2014

Fee: $6700 (books/exam fees included) Location: Spencerport

HVAC Service Technician (Residential/Light Pell Grant Commercial) Eligible !

M-F, 8:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. 19 weeks (605 total hrs.) Starts: Oct. 30, Feb. 2014

Fee: $6700 (books/exam fees included) Location: Spencerport

MEDICAL CAREERS Dental Assistant

Placement Rate: 100% (in training-related jobs)

Learn the foundations to “green” your building’s environment. Hands-on lab work and classroom instruction, will emphasize the skills needed for an entry-level position in the high-demand field of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. Upon successful completion of the program, students will possess the necessary skills to safely and properly Install, Troubleshoot, Service, and Repair all types of Residential and Light Commercial HVAC systems. Includes a 2-week Internship Experience. Industry Certifications: EPA 608, R410-A, Green Awareness, OSHA 10, Forklift. Prerequisites: High School Diploma/GED®, Valid Driver’s License and the ability to lift 50 lbs. M-F, 8:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. 19 weeks (605 total hrs.) Starts: Oct. 30, Feb. 2014

This program provides the student with lecture and hands-on instruction covering the general use of the basic components of the manual mill. Common fixtures, cutting tools and tool holders used on the mill will be discussed. Introduction to Blueprint reading, GD&T, Tooling U software, AutoCAD 2012 2D Modeling, Computer Control Programming and operation of machining tooling through the HAAS Programming system will provide the student the skills necessary for an entry-level multi-skilled machine operator position. Includes a 2-week Internship Experience. Industry Certifications: Green Awareness, OSHA 10 and Forklift. Prerequisites: High School Diploma/GED® and the ability to lift 50 lbs.

Fee: $6700 (books/exam fees included) Location: Spencerport

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rant (NY State Licensure-Qualifying Eligible ! Program) Placement Rate: 83% (in training-related jobs) Lecture and hands-on instruction will include: Dental Anatomy and Terminology, Instrument Care/Use and Chairside Procedures. Students will develop their skills in a real-life Dental Lab environment with Anatomically Correct Prosthetics and appropriate Office Equipment. Students will be asked to coordinate and complete their own shadowing experience (20 hours) with a dentist or clinic. Students will also complete a 200-hour clinical experience. Prerequisites: High School Diploma/GED®, Completed Medical Form NY State License-Qualifying Program: program meets NY State educational requirements towards NY State Dental Assistant License. Clinical Experience: Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. (200 hours/5 weeks); Sites may include the Eastman Dental Center, Rochester General Hospital, and various private practices. NOTE: students are responsible for their own transportation and parking fees.

M-F, 8:30 a.m.- 3 p.m. 22 weeks (615 total hrs.) Starts: Sept. 9, Feb. 2014 Fee: $6700 (books/uniform included) Location: Spencerport

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Middle Skills Job Training Nurse Assistant/Home Health Aide

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CAREERS

(NY State Education – Approved Program) *Veteran-Approved Training

Computer Support Specialist

This NY State Education-Approved program prepares students to provide safety and comfort for the patient/resident in a healthcare or homecare environment. Instruction includes Job Roles, Patient Communication, Body Mechanics, Infection Control, Hygiene/Grooming, Nutrition/ Exercise, Dementia and End of Life Care. Students will also complete a 30-35 hr. Clinical Experience within a Healthcare facility.

(Comp TIA A+, Cisco IT Essentials, and Cisco Discovery1) Placement Rate: 100% (in training-related jobs)

In partnership with Home Care of Rochester (HCR), BOCES 2 graduates may acquire Home Health Aide Certification. Successful students will be able to take the NY State Certification: Certified Nurse Assistant exam. Prerequisites: Completed Medical Form M-Th, 1 p.m.- 6 p.m. (160 total hrs.) Fee: $1799 Starts: TBD (+ $115 exam fee) (afternoons) Location: Spencerport M-Th, 5:30 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. (160 total hrs.) Starts: TBD (evenings)

Phlebotomy & Lab Services *Veteran-Approved Training COE-Approved Program

Pell Grant Eligible

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This program offers training in the core concepts of Computer Hardware, Software, Networking, Troubleshooting and Configuring in a Microsoft Windows environment. Instruction includes lecture and hands-on lab activities. Includes a 2-week Internship Experience. Industry Certifications: Curriculum is aligned with the CompTIA A+ Certification, Cisco IT Essentials, and concepts of Cisco CCENT Discovery 1. Prerequisites: Fundamental knowledge of computer hardware components, desktop applications, basic keyboarding and working knowledge of the Internet is recommended. High School Diploma/GED® and the ability to lift 25 lbs. M-F, 9 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. 22 weeks (632 total hrs.) Starts: Feb. 2014

The student will learn about the role of the Lab Services Assistant, Specimen Processor and the Phlebotomist. Lecture and hands-on instruction will include the following Clinical Skills: Safety, Infection Control, Confidentiality, Basic Anatomy/Circulatory System, Medical Terminology, Venipuncture, Dermal Puncture, and Blood Pressure/Pulse. Employment Skills Development will also be included.

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Fee: $8000 (+ exam fees) Location: Gates

Data Entry Placement Rate: 92% (in training-related jobs)

Prerequisites: High School Diploma/GED® T/Th, 5 p.m.- 9 p.m. & Sat., 8 a.m.- 12 p.m. Fee: $2000 (124 total hrs.) (+ book costs) Starts: Sept. 3, Nov. 12 Location: Gates

NEW in Fall 2013

Advanced Lab Services Program

Medical Billing & Coding

Data entry operators input lists of items, numbers, or other data into computers or complete forms that appear on a computer screen. They may also manipulate existing data, edit current information, or proofread new entries to a database for accuracy. Stress is placed on the ability to maintain data integrity/ accuracy when entering/editing data that is of importance to any company. In addition to the duties mentioned above, data entry operators often perform other office tasks such as answering telephones, filing, sorting mail, and operating copiers or other office machines. Prerequisites: HS Diploma/GED®; Typing 30 wpm; ability to sit and work at a computer for extended periods at a time.

Students will receive lecture and interactive instruction in the field of Medical Billing & Coding. This program will include medical terminology and abbreviations; types of insurance and claims processing; and proper coding procedures. Students will be introduced to computerized billing and coding, which simulates medical office accounting procedures. Employment Skills Development will also be included.

M-F, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. 20 weeks (600 total hrs) Starts: Aug. 26, Nov. 12

Prerequisites: High School Diploma/GED® T/Th, 6 p.m.- 9 p.m. (126 hours) Fee: $1695 (+ book costs) Starts: TBD Location: Gates

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Fee: $6700 (book fees included)


Middle Skills Job Training Embrace Current Technology: Office 2010 - Windows 7

Medical Office Assistant

Legal Assistant

M-F, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. 20 weeks (600 total hrs) Starts: Aug. 26, Nov. 12

Fee: $6700 (book fees included)

Administrative Assistant

Placement Rate: 83% Pell (in training-related jobs) Grant Eligible Today’s Administrative Office ! Professional is prepared to face the challenges of an ever changing workplace. These changes demand that a worker be able to multi-task within the office environment. This program is designed to utilize the Microsoft Office Suite and other software packages to perform many of the everyday office duties of an Administrative Professional including Internet and Web applications. Students will complete various office projects using all of the following applications: Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Publisher, and QuickBooks. Students will have the opportunity to enhance their knowledge base by choosing an additional elective(s). This course is taught through a variety of means to accommodate the numerous learning styles of adult learners including lecture, demonstration, assisted hands-on assignments, videos and class discussion. Emphasis is placed on developing problem-solving skills in addition to technical skills. M-F, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. 20 weeks (600 total hrs) Starts: Aug. 26, Nov. 12

Pell Gra

nt Placement Rate: 100% Eligible ! (in training-related jobs) Legal Office Assistant training is designed to enable students to effectively participate in the fast-paced legal environment. This program includes Customer Service/ Communication Techniques; Phone/Email Etiquette; General Office Skills (keyboarding, filing, copying, transcription, scanning, faxing); Legal Office Projects (Legal Office Accounting, Opening File Procedures; Legal Document Preparation); Legal Transcription. Course content includes advanced computer skills that are used in the legal environment such as Advanced Word (tables, flyers, newsletters, brochures, table of contents, collaboration, tracking, sharing, protecting, macros, electronic forms, embedding and linking); Intermediate Excel (charts, graphics, templates); Introductory Access (tables, forms, reports, queries); QuickBooks Pro (customer/vendor transactions; invoices; balance sheets; banking). Legal specific software applications are also discussed and student-demonstrated. Employment Skills Development such as resume/cover letter creation, interviewing, etc. will be discussed. The advanced computer skills taught in this program are not exclusive to the legal environment, but are transferable to many types of administrative environments.

Placement Rate: 84% Pell (in training-related jobs) Grant Eligible ! A trained Medical Office Assistant requires a wide variety of skills, and accordingly, there are a wide variety of job settings available to suit those skills. Course content will focus on Professionalism in the Field of Medicine which will include: Medical Terminology; Medical Assisting; Clinical Skills; Introduction to Medical Transcription; Patient Vital Signs. Medical Billing and Coding skills will include ICD-9; ICD-10; CPT; HCPCS Coding; Billing/ Financial Activities; HIPAA Regulations; Insurance Plans; Problem Solving. In addition, this program will include: Customer Service/ Communication Techniques; Phone/Email Etiquette; General Office Skills; (keyboarding, filing, copying, scanning, faxing); Introductory MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook); Professional Development Skills (ethics, stress, anger & time management).

M-F, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. 20 weeks (600 total hrs) Starts: Aug. 26, Nov. 12

Fee: $6700 (book fees included)

General Office

Pell Placement Rate: 100% Grant Eligible (in training-related jobs) ! Students in this pathway will practice keyboarding skills to be proficient in data entry with accuracy integrity. Additional coursework includes hands-on filing and records management projects, reinforcement of basic computer skills, such as composing letters, creating simple documents, and entering information into an Excel spreadsheet template. Students will understand the importance of customer service and its effects on a company. This program is taught through a variety of means to accommodate the numerous learning styles of the adult learner.

M-F, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. 20 weeks (600 total hrs) Starts: Aug. 26, Nov. 12

Fee: $6700 (book fees included)

Fee: $6700 (book fees included)

Students will complete a four-week internship in a related field during the last weeks of the program. This allows students to apply competencies previously learned to on-the-job situations. These programs are *Veteran-Approved Training, COE-Approved Programs Prerequisite: HS Diploma/GEDÂŽ

Employment Skills Development:

Electives offered may include:

Resume/Cover Letter Creation, Interviewing Skills, Professional Portfolio Creation, etc. are included.

Advanced Computer Concepts, Hospitality, QuickBooks, Access, Medical Terminology for Professionals, and more.

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Community Continuing Education Our Part-Time Courses offer individuals a convenient and affordable way to upgrade their current skills while still maintaining employment. These career-related courses are offered during evening and weekend hours to accommodate the needs of the adult learner. Our instructors are experienced professionals in their fields and are able to enhance the overall learning experience for the student.

HEALTH EDUCATION In Partnership with EPIC Trainings

First Aid w/Adult CPR, AED

CPR, AED – Adult Only

This is designed to teach students the skills of basic First Aid and accident prevention. Learn to recognize/respond to injuries, sudden illness, control bleeding, care for muscle, bone and joint injuries and treatment for burns. (2 Year Certification)

The student will learn how to provide singlerescuer CPR training, how to respond to choking emergencies and perform rescue breathing for an adult. The student will also learn to recognize and prevent heart attacks and strokes. Taught in conjunction with the use of an AED.

The student will also learn how to provide singlerescuer CPR training, how to respond to choking emergencies and perform rescue breathing for an adult. The student will also learn to recognize and prevent heart attacks and strokes. Taught in conjunction with the use of an AED.

(2 Year Certification) Mon. 6-9 p.m. Starts Nov. 4

(2 Year Certification) Sat. 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Starts: Oct 5

This advance first aid course is ideal for organizations requiring advanced first aid training for health care Professionals, coaches/ trainers and the avid outdoors men. Students are taught action plans that apply to all Emergencies. This course fulfills New York State Department of Health requirements for Camp Health Officers. This course meets 2010 CPR and ECC guidelines.

Fee: $90 Location: Spencerport

First Aid This is designed to teach students the skills of basic First Aid and accident prevention. Learn to recognize/respond to injuries, sudden illness, control bleeding, care for muscle, bone and joint injuries and treatment for burns. (2 Year Certification) Wed. 6-8 p.m. Starts: Nov. 6

Fee: $65 Location: Spencerport

Coaches First Aid, CPR & AED

Sat. 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Start: Dec. 7

Fee: $90 Location: Spencerport

Fee: $55 Location: Spencerport

SPECIAL EVENT SEMINARS Social Event Planning

Wedding Planning

Have you volunteered to run a social event for your church, a shower for a friend or family member, a graduation, or that special anniversary? This get together will provide you with the tips, tools and resources that you will need to make your next event a success.

You’re engaged – what next? During this get together you will be provided with the information you will need to get started: checklists, timelines, budgets and more. You will get tips for managing your expectations creating a stress-free planning experience.

Sat. 9 a.m.-12 noon 1 week/1 class Starts: Oct. 5

Sat. 1-4 1 week/1 class Starts: Nov. 2

Fee: $35 Location: Spencerport

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Fee: $35 Location: Spencerport


COMPUTER BASICS & APPLICATIONS Basic PC/Windows & E-MAIL (Windows 7)

Microsoft Access 2010

If you are afraid, intimidated or just having a hard time getting started with today's computers then this is the class for you! The instructor will start at the beginning, covering computer history, generations, the four basic functions, hardware components and software. Using Microsoft Windows 7, you will learn how to use the mouse, what gadgets are, use help screens, manage files and folders, working with programs such as WordPad and Paint, and much, much more. This is a hands-on course, please come prepared to learn! (Book not included.) Tues. 6-9 p.m. 8 weeks/8 classes Starts: Sept. 24

Fee: $199 Location: Gates

Keyboarding Keyboarding is one of the most valuable skills you can have. Everyone can benefit from this course which is designed for the beginner, but will help the more experienced keyboarders brush up on their skills. Plenty of practice time will be provided in developing experience on the computer keyboard. T/Th 6:30-9 p.m. 6 weeks/12 classes Starts: Oct. 1

Fee: $139 Location: Spencerport

Do you feel helpless with your phone? Does your PC and iPad play well together? What’s an SD card, USB cable or an eReader? These classes will give you the knowledge that you need to conquer your digital device(s) to its full potential. Individual classes will cover a device ranging from digital cameras, phones (smart and not-sosmart), iTouch/iPads, Nooks, Kindles and tablets. This is a (BYOD) bring your own device class so you are learning on your own device. This will be a stress free and fun learning experience. You will leave at the end of the class being more comfortable using your digital device. Section 1: Digital Cameras – USB Cable/SD Card 1 week/1 class Location: Gates Starts: Oct. 2 Fee: $35 Section 2: Not-so-Smart & Smart Phones 1 week/1 class Starts: Oct. 9

Location: Gates Fee: $35

Section 3: iTouch/iPads, Nooks, Kindles, Tablets 1 week/1 class Location: Gates Starts: Oct. 16 Fee: $35

Take all three sections for $89

Wed. 6-9 p.m. 8 weeks/8 classes Starts: Sept. 25

Fee: $199 Location: Gates

Microsoft Excel 2010 Be able to work in today’s automated offices by learning the latest in spreadsheet technology. Excel replaces manual worksheets, ledgers, charts, etc., with computer-generated reports. This course will teach you how to manipulate worksheets, create formulas and use the built-in functions to produce accurate reports. You will also learn to use charts, graphic objects and basic macros. (Book not included.) Thurs. 6-9 p.m. 10 weeks/10 classes Starts: Sept. 26

Fee: $229 Location: Gates

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

Digital Devices 101

Wed. 6-9 p.m.

Welcome to Microsoft Access 2010. In this course you will learn how to store, retrieve, sort, analyze, and print information in a database. In the introductory portion, students will learn how to create and use tables, forms, reports and queries. Topics of discussion also include how to design a relational database, customize input forms and create custom reports. (Book not included.)

This course offers a powerful presentation graphics software program to make all your presentations professional. The student will learn the basics, templates, different kind of views, explore the AutoContent wizard, formatting, using outlines, slide sorter and how to print a presentation. The student will enhance their presentation using clip art, objects and animation. The student will advance beyond the basics and work with charts, tables and diagrams. They will explore online presentations, comparing and merging, customizing templates and incorporating multimedia features. (Book not included) Tues. 6-9 p.m. 8 weeks/8 classes Starts: Sept. 24

Fee: $199 Location: Spencerport

Microsoft Word 2010 Introduction to Word 2010 application from Microsoft. Learn basic word processing functions: how to create, save and manage files utilizing the various document windows. Learn editing, formatting, fonts, tabs, bullets and indenting. Work with tables, inserting, aligning, merging and sizing. Create business letters, memos, newsletters, brochures and reports. Mon. 6-9 p.m. 8 weeks/8 classes Starts: Sept 23

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Fee: $199 Location: Gates


Introduction to Culinary Basics

COMPUTER BASICS & APPLICATIONS Web Design with HTML (online)

Create your own web page in 8 chapters. Students will be able to identify good design elements, find new tips and tricks, as well as useful software to help them build, maintain and monitor their website. You will learn the basic HTML coding, including tags, images, icons, text, and advance to create animated icons and add sound and movies. (Book not included.) Prerequisite: Knowledge of directories, file structures, editing files and basic PC use. Online Continuous Enrollment

Fee: $259

Accounting Fundamentals

This is a general view of accounting to inspire, inform and highlight aspects many would not normally consider in the accounting profession. This would be for those interested in learning about accounting and its practices. A focus will be on those aspects that will be of practical value to students – what is needed to properly record business functions for key fundamental business aspects such as bank accounts, merchandise purchasing and sales, receivables, payables, assets, liabilities, owner’s equity, taxes and so on. (Book not included). Fee: $209 Location: Gates

Event Planning

Furthermore, there will be a review of the comparison and contrast between the current ICD-9 and the new ICD-10 coding systems including chapter and 3-digit category changes. Learn about GEMS and mapping between the coding systems. Considerations for timeline implementation readying facilities for this change are also discussed. With this seminar you should become more confident and optimistic about the 2013 conversion to the ICD-10 system. Fee: $39 Location: Gates

Introduction To Starting And Operating A Small Business

Fee: $189 Location: Gates

A Look Into The World Of Hospitality

This course will open the door to the many aspects of hospitality services. It will cover topics from food and beverage, lodging, recreation, travel and tourism. Service is the heart of hospitality, you will learn how to serve your customer and how to meet their needs. You will learn communication skills and handling customer complaints. At the end of this class you will have a better understanding of what Hospitality is really all about. T/Th 6-9 p.m. 7 weeks/14 classes Starts: Sept. 24

Fee: $279 Location: Spencerport

A 2-hour seminar, introducing the pivotal changes about the conversion from ICD-9 to ICD-10 coding system, will explain why this change will be made in 2014, how this change affects providers, payers, information technology and why this system is better for reimbursement.

Thur. 2-4 p.m. OR 5-7 p.m. 1 class Starts: Oct. 10

This 7-week course will give the student the necessary training and skills they need to plan occasions such as family and corporate events. Topics covered include: initial planning & budgeting, organization and timing, locations, transportation, venue requirements, food and beverage, guests and their accommodations, and much more. At the end of this class the students will have enough knowledge to put together an event on their own. Wed. 6-9 p.m. 7 weeks/7 classes Starts: Sept. 25

Tues. 6-9 p.m. 10 classes/10 weeks Starts: Sept. 24

Introduction to the New ICD-10 Coding System

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Mon. 6-9 p.m. 8 weeks/8 classes Starts: Sept. 23

Culinary (definition: of or related to a kitchen or cookery). In this class the student will be introduced to the culinary world. Understanding the basics is essential to both the professional chef and home cook. You will learn basic cooking techniques (pan searing, brazing, poaching, etc.), equipment identification, food identification, knife skills (dicing, chopping, slicing etc.) and food safety. At the end of this class you will have a basic foundation and better understanding of cooking fundamentals.

Fee: $349 Location: Gates

Have you ever wanted to access the American dream of owning your own business and being your own boss. OR Do you have the skills, you are unemployed but you can’t find the right job – why not consider going into your own small business. This course will give you fundamental information needed to start and operate your own small business. You will look at the opportunities from starting your own business, into buying an existing business to buying a franchise. You will learn the mechanics, marketing strategies, management, financing, legal, record keeping and all the key components required to successfully complete a business plan to start operating your own business. (This instructor has an MBA and has successfully operated an area business for 30 years). (Book not included) Mon. 6-9 p.m. 10 weeks/10 classes Starts: Sept. 23

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Fee: $229 Location: Gates


SKILLED TRADES Auto Body 1

Basic Woodworking

The student will learn the proper techniques and applications for dent and rust repairs, the proper use of auto body repair tools, types of body filling materials, applying primers and paint. You will practice procedures that will develop your perceptual capabilities and skills to produce high quality auto body repairs. (Students must purchase safety glasses, disposable gloves and air mask.)

This very popular course will help you understand, through hands-on experience, the fundamentals of woodworking. You will learn the safe operation of hand, power and stationary woodworking tools as you build a small construction project. This class provides an excellent foundation for future woodworking and building trade courses. (Book not included in fee.)

Sat. 8:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. 9 weeks/9 classes Starts: Sept. 21

Fee: $479 Location: Spencerport

In this class the student will learn everything they need to know on auto body repair from start to finish. You will learn the tools needed each step of the way, the proper techniques from dent repair to that professional finish. PLEASE NOTE: No vehicle maybe left on the property. Fee: $799 Location: Spencerport

Maintaining Your Car (Things You Should Know How to Do)

M/W 6-8:30 p.m. 7 weeks/14 classes Starts: Sept. 23

Fee: $369 Location: Spencerport

Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing

Fee: $99 Location: Spencerport

Basic AC/DC Electricity Introduce yourself to the fundamentals of electricity. Designed for anyone thinking of a career change, job enhancement or just to acquire a better understanding of electricity and electronics. Topics include electrical components - uses and symbols, electronic circuit identification and elements, Ohms law, resistor color codes and test equipment. PLUS "hands on" experimentation with basic electrical circuits. Prerequisite: Technical Math M/W. 6-8:30 p.m. 8 weeks/16 classes Starts: Sept. 23

Students will receive lecture, visualization and worksheet instructions in the field of Blueprint Reading Basics. Topics will include: the manufacturing cycle, drawings, dimensions and notes; reading of blueprints; discussion of the lines and views; the total blueprint (arrangement, sizes, title block, scale and change block); introduction to the dimension elements; introduction to the type of tolerances and methods of displaying tolerances. The student will have a good understanding of basic machining blueprints. (Book not included in the fee.) Prerequisite: Technical Math

From learning how to raise your vehicles hood, to checking the different automotive fluids in your car, to changing a flat tire or checking tire pressure, keeping your car clean or identifying if your car has a brake problem. This course will give you information needed to maintain your car, truck or SUV and show you how to perform some of the easier tasks without having to go to a mechanic. Wed. 6-8 p.m. 6 weeks/6 classes Starts: Sept. 25

Fee: $239 Location: Spencerport

Blueprint Reading (Machining)

Auto Body From A To Z

T/W/Th 6-9:30 p.m. 15 classes/5 weeks Starts: Sept. 24

Wed. 6-9 p.m. 8 weeks/8 classes Starts: Sept. 25

Fee: $359 Location: Spencerport

This class provides the student with the complete fundamentals of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing concepts as adopted by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). The student will receive a solid foundation in the understanding of dimensioning and tolerancing terms, definitions and concepts. (Book not included in fee.) T/Th 6-8:30 p.m. 5 weeks/10 classes Starts: Sept. 24

Fee: $249 Location: Spencerport

Home Repairs (Drywalls, Plumbing, Electric) Take all three sections for $225 Are you handy around the house - or not! This course on home repairs will teach you how to work with: 1) Drywalls from patching to replacing; 2) Plumbing problems from clogged drains or replacement, to faucet repairs or replacement; 3) Electrical problems from changing a wall socket, junction boxes, installation or repair. This class is scheduled so that you may take all segments of this home improvement series.

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SKILLED TRADES Home Repair – Drywall (Section 1)

Learning MASTERCAM X5 MILL 2D (CNC software)

In this Home Repair Section the student will be introduced to the tools and materials required to work with drywalls. You will learn how to hang and install new drywall, repair/remove damaged areas and how to finish the new or repaired drywall.

This is a step-by-step instructor led introductory training course. The MASTERCAM Demo Software is included with the book for student use. The benefits of using MASTERCAM X5 include: automatic calculation of tool path coordinates, determination of speeds and feeds, animation of the machining process off-line – without tying up the CNC machine, and post-processing the part program. This program will provide a thorough introduction to MASTERCAM X5 Mill Package for students with little or no prior experience. Past users of MASTERCAM will find release X5 Contains several enhancements and new features. Examples of creating user defined tool planes and machining on those planes will be shown. (Book price not included in fee).

T/Th 6-9 p.m. 1 week/2 classes Starts: Sept. 24

Fee: $49 Location: Spencerport

Home Repair: Plumbing (Section 2) This home repair section introduces the student to plumbing concerns around the home. The student will be introduced to the tools and materials required. Class one will introduce the student to copper pipe and how to work with it. Class two will be PVC and how to work with it and how to unclog blockages and take care of small repairs. In class three, students will learn how to install a new toilet, repair an existing toilet and how to replace supply lines and valves. Class four is faucets. This class covers installations, repairs and replacing supply lines and valves. T/Th 6-9 p.m. 2 weeks/4 classes Starts: Oct. 1

M/W 6-9 p.m. 6 weeks/12 classes Starts: Sept. 23

Machine Shop I

Fee: $98 Location: Spencerport

Home Repair – Electrical (Section 3) The student will be introduced to the tools and materials needed to work with your electrical devices. You will learn how to change a wall socket, light switch, install junction boxes, install lights and door bells, identify electrical problems that you will be able to repair or when to call an electrician. T/Th 6-9 p.m. 2 weeks/4 classes Starts: Oct. 15

Fee: $98 Location: Spencerport

Take all three sections for $225

Industrial Electricity This course is designed to introduce you to single and three phase power distribution, basic motor controllers, starters, relays, and wiring standards. It will prepare you to continue into the HVAC program or Machine Control and Automation. It gives you a basic understanding of industrial power distribution and use. M/W 6-9 p.m. 9 weeks/18 classes Starts: Sept. 23

Fee: $1450 Location: Spencerport

A beginning industrial machine shop course introducing students to the basic machines used in industry today and the techniques used in operating them. Introduction to metal cutting machines such as the lathe, vertical mill, handsaw and drill press. Also covered are precision-measuring tools, layout tools, blueprint reading and machine safety. Hands-on Lab: each student will produce their own project piece. (Book price not included in fee.) Prerequisite: Technical Math, Blueprint Reading and GD&T T/Th 6-9 p.m. 7 weeks/14 classes Starts: Sept. 24

Fee: $369 Location: Spencerport

Machine Shop II This course will cover more in-depth applications of modern and advanced equipment and precision machining processes. Labs Include: adjustments and experimentation of metals; advanced project, such as a vee-block and/or clamp. M/W 6-9 p.m. 7 weeks/14 classes Starts: Sept. 23

Fee: $369 Location: Spencerport

Residential Wiring

Fee: $449 Location: Spencerport

Discover the methods of installing home wiring, circuit layout and design, component installation and code requirements based upon the latest national codes. When completed, you will be able to maintain existing electrical circuits and install basic wiring in existing and new structures. (Book price not included in fee.) T/Th 6-8:30 p.m. 8 weeks/16 classes Starts: Sept. 24

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Fee: $399 Location: Spencerport


SKILLED TRADES Welding (Introduction)

Residential A/C & Refrigeration (HVAC Module I) Introduction to A/C Refrigeration and Residential A/C & Refrigeration. Emphasis on the fundamentals of refrigeration and air conditioning, tools and materials, basic refrigeration systems, compressors, refrigeration controls, circuits and controls, refrigerants and recovery/recycling/ reclaiming, and service and installation. (Book price not included in fee.) T/Th 6-9 p.m. 10 weeks/20 classes Starts: Sept. 24

Fee: $499 Location: Spencerport

Learn the basics of gas furnaces, gas controls, properties of gas piping, ventilation and combustion boilers and heat pumps. You will also explore advanced controls, design for installing systems, heat load calculations and troubleshooting. (Book price not included in fee.) Prerequisite: Residential A/C & Refrigeration or equivalent experience Fee: $499 Location: Spencerport

Small Engine Repair Combine theory and hands-on experience to gain the skills you will need to repair your gas-powered equipment. Learn how to make adjustments, do tune-ups, repair lawn mowers, weed eaters, mini-bikes, snow blowers, tillers and other two-and four-cycle engines. Wed. 6-9 p.m. 8 weeks/8 classes Starts: Sept. 25

T/Th 6-9 p.m. 7 weeks/14 classes Starts: Sept. 24

Fee: $419 Location: Spencerport

Welding MIG

Learn to weld sheet metal and thicker types of materials incorporating different joint designs using the gas metal arc welding process. Learn to weld carbon steel material utilizing the Fluxcore Welding process. Students will learn the differences between gas metal arc and Fluxcore Welding, and the operation and settings for these power supplies. Lectures will incorporate joint designs and when to use these processes. Students are welcome to bring in their own projects. (Gloves, hood and books are not included in fee.)

Residential Heating (HVAC Module II)

M/W 6-9 p.m. 10 weeks/20 classes Starts: Sept. 23

Follow a series of processes that will take you through Oxyacetylene welding and cutting, equipment set-up, shielded metal arc (stick), electric welding and single and multiple pass welding in all positions. Curriculum follows the guidelines of the American Society of Welding. (Gloves, hood and books not included in fee.)

Wed. 6-9 p.m. 8 weeks/8 classes Starts: Sept. 25 in addition to the Wed class: T/Th 6-9 p.m. 4 weeks / 8 classes Starts: Nov 26

Fee: $279 Location: Spencerport

Fee: $279 Location: Spencerport

Welding TIG

Fee: $239 Location: Spencerport

Technical Math (Pre-Test)

Learn to weld carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum in flat, vertical and horizontal positions using gas tungsten arc welding process. Students will learn the proper operation of the power supply and torch handle. Curriculum follows the guidelines of the American Welding Society. (Gloves, hood and books not included in fee.)

Assess your current math skills. If you pass you are waived from taking this prerequisite course for the Machining, Welding and HVAC career certificate classes.

T/Th 6-9 p.m. 7 weeks/14 classes Starts: Sept 24

M, T, W or Th (call for appt.) 1 session Starts: Week of Sept. 9 OR Sept. 16

The theory portion of this class will cover types of wood, calculate the amount and cost and how to purchase materials. Shop safety will cover personal safety and proper operation of woodworking tools. The project for this class will be an Arts and Craft-style toolbox that will be the benchmark for everything you build. This 20th century them features traditional frame and panel construction and hand cut dovetail drawers. (Tuition will cover the price of materials)

Fee: $15 Location: Spencerport

Technical Math Students will receive lecture and hands-on exercises to help the student learn the Technical Math skills required for skilled trade occupations. Topics include: basic math operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication & division); decimals, fractions, reciprocals and mixed numbers; reading a ruler, algebraic expressions; how to write, manipulate and solve algebraic equations; perimeter, circumference, volume and area. A pre-test and final test will be given. Wed. 6-8:30 p.m. 10 weeks/10 classes Starts: Sept. 25

Fee: $419 Location: Spencerport

Woodworking II

(Prerequisite: Basic Woodworking.)

Fee: $279 Location: Gates

NOTE: Students will be required to provide their own tools: a set of fine chisels, water stone 1000g/8000g, mallet, dovetail saw, marking gauge and basic shop tools: hammer, ruler, files, etc. Mon. 6-9 p.m. 8 weeks/8 classes Starts: Sept. 23

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Fee: $389 Location: Spencerport


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR THE SKILLED TRADES AutoCAD® Basics (ONLINE)

Autodesk® Inventor

(Externship Available)

(Externship Available)

180-day AutoCAD® 2011/2012 application free student download with this class. This 12-week course will introduce the basics of designing to produce models and drawings according to specific industry and company standards using AutoCAD®. You will learn how to construct, layout, dimension and annotate 3D drawings. Detailed instructions on 3D modeling and 3D rendering will also be included. (Book not included)

Autodesk® Inventor is designed with the student or engineering professional in mind. It is presented in a manner designed to facilitate learning with practical examples and clear instructions. This course is designed to recreate the actual workflow experienced by professionals as they use the software. This course will give the student a keen understanding of the methods used to produce a viable solid model part or assembly using Inventor. (Book not included)

Prerequisite: Home PC with Windows Operating System.

Prerequisite: Home PC with Windows Operating System.

Online Fee: $1450 Continuous Enrollment ($450 Externship fee, if applicable)

Online Fee: $1450 Continuous Enrollment ($450 Externship fee, if applicable)

Learning MASTERCAM X5 MILL 2D (CNC software) This is a step-by-step introductory training for 12 weeks online. Mastercam Demo software is included with the book for student use. The benefits of using MasterCAM X5 include: automatic calculation of tool path coordinates, determination of speeds and feeds, animation of the machining process off-line – without tying up the CNC machine, and post-processing the part program. This class will provide a thorough introduction to MasterCAM X5’s mill package for students with little or no prior experience. Past users of MasterCAM will find release X5 contains several enhancements and new features. Examples of creating user defined tool planes and machining on those planes will be shown. Prerequisite: Home PC with Windows Operating System Online Fee: $1450 5 weeks/5 classes Location: Gates Continuous Enrollment ($450 Externship fee, if applicable)

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PARTNERSHIPS with BOCES 2 Center for Workforce Development

NEW in Fall 2013 Adult Education Partnership Monroe Community College

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and

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Rochester Arc & Flame Center The Rochester Arc & Flame Center (RocAFC) is a 5,000 square-foot school designed for glass working and blacksmithing. The mission of RocAFC is to foster exciting and innovative classes for people of all ages and skill levels. From individuals in search of a unique weekend experience to tradesman seeking career training, RocAFC has a class for everyone! Conveniently off of Manitou Road in Gates, RocAFC is located at 125 Fedex Way, Rochester, NY. Visit our website at www.monroe2cwd.edu or Call (585) 349-9100 for more information.

Soft Glass Bead Making Sampler

Glass Date Night

Have you ever wanted to create your own glass jewelry? Come try it out at one of our Sampler classes! No experience is necessary and all materials and safety equipment are included in the price. Each student will create and keep up to 12 of their very own glass beads.

Looking for a way to heat up your relationship? Bring your love out to RocAFC for a fun, romantic evening in our flame shop, creating glass art together. Everything is provided: an entertaining instructor, romantic music, hors d’oeuvres, wine and all the materials necessary to make beautiful glass objects.

CAUTION: You may fall in love with flame working!

Fri. 7-11 p.m. 1 class Starts: Oct. 18

Fee: $150 Location: RocAFC

Sat. 7-11 p.m. 1 class Starts: Nov. 9

Fee: $150 Location: RocAFC

Sat. 9 a.m.–12 noon 1 class Starts: Oct. 19 OR Nov. 16

Fee: $75 Location: RocAFC

Boro Glass Sampler Have you ever wanted to create your own glass art? Come try it out at one of our Sampler classes! No experience is necessary and all materials and safety equipment are included in the price. Each student will also create and keep 2-3 glass projects including pendants, paperweights and small figurines.

Blacksmithing Sampler This introductory class will expose you to the possibilities of metal smithing. Learn the fundamentals of hammer control and working the flame. No experience necessary and all materials and safety equipment are included in the price.

CAUTION: You may fall in love with flame working!

Mon. 6-9 p.m. 1 class Starts: Oct. 28

Fee: $75 Location: RocAFC

Sat. 9 a.m.–12 noon 1 class Starts: Oct. 5 OR Nov. 2

Wed. 6-9 p.m. 1 class Starts: Oct. 2

Fee: $75 Location: RocAFC

Fee: $75 Location: RocAFC

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PARTNERSHIPS with BOCES 2 Center for Workforce Development

CAREER EDUCATION PROGRAMS C.C.I. - Online E-Learning Healthcare Courses! NEW** BOCES 2 CWD has partnered with Health Ed Today to offer Online Healthcare E-Learning Programs. C.C.I. (Condensed Curriculum International) provides health programs that are affordable, convenient, and easily accessible. These healthcare courses were developed through a partnership with Pearson Education and e-College. Program tuitions range from $649 - $2649. Textbooks, workbooks, supplies and other student materials are included with each program. Available Programs: Clinical Medical Assistant Dental Assisting Dialysis Technician ECG/EKG for Nurses

EKG Technician Electronic Health Records Medical Coding/ICD-10 Medical Terminology

Medical Admin Assistant Medical Billing & Coding Pharmacy Technician Phlebotomy Technician

Call for more information 349-9100 or visit our website.

TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGIES (in Partnership with Buffalo CDL Training) 5-Hour Pre-Licensing Course

CDL - A Tractor Trailer Driving Program Prerequisites: Must be 21 years of age, have a valid NYS Drivers License, and pass the DOT physical exam. Must read, write and understand English. Use of truck and instructor for the road test are included. (Permit fee of $22.50 and road test fee of $40 are not included.) First Sat. of Every Month Starts: Sept. 7, Oct. 5, Nov. 2, Dec. 7

Fee: $3695 Hours: 52

CDL - B Driving Program Prerequisites: Must be 18 years of age, have a valid NYS Drivers License, and pass the DOT physical exam. Must read, write and understand English. Use of truck and instructor for the road test are included. (Permit fee of $22.50 and Road test fee of $40 are not included.) First Sat. of Every Month Starts: Sept. 7, Oct. 5, Nov. 2, Dec. 7

Fee: $1895 Hours: 40

Double Clutching (On-the-road-behind-the-wheel CDL A or CDL B Licenses) Continuous Enrollment

Fee: $850

Sat. 8 a.m.-1 p.m. 1 week/1 class Starts: Sept. 7, Oct. 5, Nov. 2, Dec. 7

The instructor will review pre-trip/post-trip inspections, brake tests, mirror usage & adjustment, city street driving, country/rural driving, interstate highway driving techniques, speed and space management, upgrades/ downgrades, straight-line backing, parallel parking, defensive driving and more. Fee: CDL A - $1750 CDL B - $1250

Fee: $40 Location: Gates

6-Hour Defensive Driving Course - Point & Insurance Reduction Program (PIRP) (Preregistration required) DMV - Approved Defensive Driving Course which is an excellent way for experienced drivers to earn a discount on automobile liability insurance, and improve their skills at accident prevention. A 10 percent discount on automobile liability and physical damage premiums for three years. This is an additional discount mandated by New York State regardless of participant’s driving record or current insurance premiums. A four-point reduction on current driving record. Sat. 8 a.m.-2 p.m. 1 week/1 class Starts: Sept. 7, Oct. 5, Nov. 2, Dec. 7

CDL Refresher Courses

Continuous Enrollment Hours: 8

(Preregistration required) Student must bring driving permit to attend class. Upon completion, students will be issued an MV 278 Completion Certificate, which is required to take the New York State Driver’s License road test.

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Fee: $45 Location: Gates


Acknowledgements are not mailed for part-time registration. Please be sure to mark your calendar for course meeting times.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

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Rochester Tech Park Office Hours: Mon.-Thur. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. or Fri. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. WEMOCO CTE Office Hours: Mon.-Thur. 1 p.m.-8 p.m.

Rochester Tech Park 160 Wallace Way, Bldg. #9 Rochester, NY 14624

Monroe 2–Orleans Board of Cooperative Educational Services

Center for Workforce Development

CWD Fall 2013 Program Guide  

Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES Center for Workforce Development Fall 2013 Program Guide

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