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CIED

Center for Innovation and Economic Development

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Corporate Training For Your Company

Santa Fe College at the CIED provides customized training curriculum to meet your specific needs and to assist in meeting your business perfomance goals and objectives. Join us today to assist your employees with solutions to gain a new skill, invest in new technology, or take an online business course from the comfort of your workplace. We can meet with you to create customized classes in: • Career Development • Entrepreneurship • Red Carpet Customer Service • Nonprofit Management • Grant Writing • Communication • Social Media & Marketing • CPR / BLS Certification • Customized Industry-Specific Training

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• Insurance Pre-Licensing & Continuing Education • Strategic & Organizational Planning • Healthcare Related Training • Early Childhood Education • Graphics and Multimedia • Information Technology Applications

CIED

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Center for Innovation and Economic Development

Lisa Anderson lisa.anderson@sfcollege.edu

The Florida Flex Training Program provides grant funding for customized training to new or expanding businesses. Through this customer-driven program, Florida is able to effectively retain and attract businesses creating new high-quality jobs. The program is structured to be flexible and to “respond quickly” to meet the business’s training objectives. CareerSource Florida administers the program. The Florida Flex program has provided customized training for over 100,608 employees, and more than 303 businesses and industries throughout Florida. 2 For more information and to register call 352-395-5896

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Program Requirements

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Reimbursable Training Expenses

- Produce an exportable good or service - Create new, full-time, high-quality jobs - Require customized entry-level skills of 24 months or less which is not available at the local level - Instructors’/Trainers’ salaries/tuition - Curriculum development - Textbook/manuals

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Spring Schedule Jan - May 2017

Contents

Accounting Programs........................................................................................8 Administrative Professionals.................................................................................. 8 Art of Tattooing (The)............................................................................................. 5 Business Writing & Communication...................................................................... 5 CPR Courses...................................................................................................... 18 Career Development........................................................................................... 17 Child Care Training............................................................................................. 15 CIED Workshops................................................................................................... 7 Computer Applications....................................................................................10

Enhance Your Skills. Your Life. Your Career. Welcome to Continuing Education at Santa Fe College Center for Innovation and Economic Development. We offer diverse programs to meet the professional development needs of our community and non-traditional students looking to advance their education for personal enrichment, career change/advancement or for those starting their own business. In addition, we offer courses to meet your continuing education unit needs (CEU’s) in many industry sectors to keep your industry specific license current. We offer a wide array of instructor led classroom courses and many online courses that will fit into your busy schedule. All of our courses are current, accessible, and affordable. From courses in Career Development, Nonprofit Management and Red Carpet Customer Service to Insurance Pre-Licensing, CPR, Small Business StartUp and Entrepreneurship, take a look and Enhance your Skills, your Life, and your Career today!!

Lisa Sincerely,

Lisa Anderson Coordinator, Continuing Education & Corporate Training

Continuing Education For Insurance................................................................13 Courses For Teaching Professionals.................................................................... 17 Ed2go Career Training Programs.......................................................................... 9 Ed2go Online Learning........................................................................................ 19 Entrepreneur Series...........................................................................................7 Featured Courses............................................................................................... 4 Florida Contractor Exam Preparation...............................................................16 Graphics and Multimedia.................................................................................... 10 Health Care Related Training.............................................................................. 17 Information Technology....................................................................................... 11 MindEdge.............................................................................................................. 6 Networking, Programming and More.................................................................. 11 Pass Prep Courses For Insurance....................................................................13 Pre-Licensing For Insurance............................................................................12 Real Estate Pass-Prep Course........................................................................... 13 Registration Information...................................................................................... 18 Skilled Trades and Industrial................................................................................ 11 Workplace Performance & High Performance Selling............................................ 6

CIED

Center for Innovation and Economic Development

Grow at the CIED! Whether you need specialized training to reach your career goals, represent a business needing cutting edge training for your employees, or an entrepreneur seeking business support, SF’s Center for Innovation and Economic Development (CIED) is here to meet your needs. • Convenient meeting space • Small Business Incubator • Continuing Education • Community Education • Corporate Training

For more information and to register call 352-395-5896. This catalog is mailed by request. For to mailing insidecall or outside the county, please contact SF’s Continuing Education office at 352-395-5896 to request your free copy. 3 For more information and register 352-395-5896 www.sfcollege.edu/cied/cwe/


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FEATURED COURSES

Online Training In partnership with

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For more information about Unmanned Aerial Systems (Drones) online course information and to register, visit our website at sfcollege.edu/cied/cwe. Learn about the Startup Toolbox, a free event series happening one Wednesday a month from January-May. The sessions will teach the basics of starting a company, launching a mobile app, developing a prototype, and getting to the market. Attendees will get the foundation needed to make their idea a reality and network with experts in Gainesville that can help make that happen! Session 1 So You’ve Got An Idea? First Steps To Launching A Startup Wed., Jan 18, 5:30 pm—7:30 pm Session 2 Outside Contractors - How To Use An External Party To Develop An App Or Prototype Wed., Feb. 15, 5:30 pm—7:30 pm

Full Charge Bookkeeping Course

Session 3 Prototypes and Mobiles Apps – What You Need To Know Wed., Mar. 22, 5:30 pm—7:30 pm

This 15-hour course will provide you with the skills needed to be a full-charge bookkeeper. The course includes basic accounting concepts, QuickBooks training, payroll and sales tax fundamentals and introduction and training in the latest office and accounting cloud technology.

Session 4 Attracting Investors – IP And Other Considerations Wed., Apr. 12, 5:30 pm—7:30 pm Session 5 Stretching the Cash – How Startups Can Make The Most Use Of Their Limited Funds Wed., May 10, 5:30 pm—7:30 pm

BUS0035.0T1 Mon. & Wed., Feb. 20 - Mar. 22, 4 pm—6 pm (No class Mar. 6 & Mar. 8) Instructor: Stephanie Travis SF CIED, 530 W University Ave, DB-112 FEE $289 Registration deadline February 1st

Instructor: Wendy Zimbone SF-CIED 530 W. University Ave., DB-112 FEE FREE And Includes Dinner

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Workplace

BUSINESS WRITING & COMMUNICATION Learn to Communicate Effectively Across Multiple Channels of Communication

Intro To Online Tools

In this age of communicating digitally, learn to use online tools such as Eventbrite, Dropbox, Survey Monkey, MailChimp, Google Drive, and much, much more to make responding to meetings and events easier. Learn how to set up your own online tools.

Do you need to improve your business writing ability? Did you know that business leaders list effective communication one of the top five keys to success? Are you transitioning to a role that will require effective verbal and written communication skills? We can work with you to improve your written, interpersonal and presentation skills to turn you into a more effective communicator. Learn to write more clearly, concisely and effectively via email, social media, and in presentations. Gain a better understanding of the different ways we communicate and the impact of that communication. Attendees will also improve one-on-one communication skills for improved cooperation and teamwork.

BUS0028.0T1 Wed., Feb. 15, 1 pm—4 pm, DB-120 BUS0028.0T2 Wed., Mar. 29, 1 pm—4 pm, DB-120 BUS0028.0T3 Wed., Apr. 19, 1 pm—4 pm, DB-120

BUS0431.0T1 Tue. & Thu., Feb. 14 & 16, 1 pm—3 pm, DB-120 ALL CLASSES:

BUS0431.0T2 Tue. & Thu., Mar. 28 & 30, 1 pm—3 pm, DB-120

Instructor: Norman Seavers III, Ent./Pres., Catalyst Research Group, Inc. FEE $129 SF CIED, 530 W University Ave

Workplace Professionalism Are you ready to take the next step in your career? Are you preparing to enter the workforce for the first time and want to make a solid first impression? This program will provide essential principles for professionals in the workplace. Gain a better understanding of the basic principles of workplace professionalism. Learn tactics to make a positive first impression and maintain high levels of competence and respect. Know what to do when you face the challenges of personality conflicts inherent to the workplace. Develop your personal roadmap to success.

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BUS0434.0T1 Tue. & Thu., Apr. 4 & 6, 1 pm—3 pm, DB-120 BUS0434.CT1 Tue. & Thu., May 2 & 4, 1 pm—3 pm, DB-120

The Art of Tattooing

Taught by people with decades of experience in tattooing, this unique course offers the uninitiated and the tattoo aficionado alike a rare window into the historic and artistic traditions of tattooing, as well as an overview of health, safety, equipment, day-to-day operations and business practices within the tattoo industry. Learn about the ancient historical origins of tattooing, the evolution of the art form in America, and it’s growing prevalence and acceptance in the 21st century. Be a more informed consumer by becoming aware of industry standard best practices with regard to health and safety and be able to recognize a safe and sterile environment. Develop an understanding of tattoo pigments and color theory and how to design and create artistic images specifically for the medium of tattooing, including the process of creating stencils. Learn about the entire process of the tattoo experience from the perspective of the client and the tattoo artist, including legal codes, consultation, stencil placement, set up and breakdown of equipment, aftercare, etc. ending with a walk through of a working studio, seeing all of the above scenarios in a real-life environment. For those students interested in tattooing as a vocation, there will be a discussion of the importance of the apprenticeship process and how to prepare yourself for seeking out a prospective mentor. Understand that this course is purely informational and is in no way a substitute for an actual apprenticeship. BUS0146.0T1 Tue. & Thu., Feb. 7 - Apr. 13, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Body Tech, Death or Glory, Iron Lotus and Andy Anderson SF CIED, 530 W University Ave, DB-117 FEE $269

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Workplace

WORKPLACE PERFORMANCE & HIGH PERFORMANCE SELLING

“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” ~ Steve Jobs ~ Improving Performance In The Workplace This 4-hour session covers important points of focus for employees, associates, salespersons and management. Topics covered include communication in a multicultural society, adapting to change, leadership, work ethics, self- improvement and motivation skills. Learn to work more effectively in teams and be a good decision maker while believing in yourself and your organization. BUS0435.CT1 Tue., May 9, 9 am—12 pm Instructor: Douglas Henson SF-CIED 530 W. University Ave., DB-125 FEE $129

Psychology and Professionalism in High Performance Selling This 3-hour session is designed to review various aspects on human relationships and their impact of high performance selling. Topics include professionalism, active listening techniques, communication, how to close a sale, how to identify with individuals that have various personality traits and other keys to successful selling. This course applies to all types of industries and sales. BUS0437.CT1 Thu., May 2, 9 am—12 pm Instructor: Douglas Henson SF-CIED 530 W. University Ave., DB-125 FEE $99

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352-395-5897 For more information contact Lisa Anderson at lisa.anderson@sfcollege.edu.

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Certificate in Entrepreneurship - FEE $599.00 This online certificate program introduces key issues in entrepreneurship for those looking to start a business on their own. What does it take to build and grow a business from scratch? What personal characteristics are shared by successful entrepreneurs? What types of resources are available to budding entrepreneurs, and where can you find them? Learners who complete this program will have the answers to those questions and others that are essential to the success of their businesses. Courses include: • Accounting and Finance for Entrepreneurs • Business Law for Entrepreneurs • Introduction for Entrepreneurship • Leadership and Management for Entrepreneurs • Strategic Marketing for Entrepreneurs Certificate in Innovation & Critical Thinking - FEE $249.00 This suite of courses will first help you become re-acquainted with your own stores of creativity and innovation. Next, you are given a set of tools that allow you to leverage your creativity to identify and solve organizational problems. One activity asks you how you might look at a problem from a different angle to produce a more creative result; others walk you through the process of using analogies or replacement techniques to invent creative solutions to problems. Courses include: • Creativity in Teams and Organizations • Innovation in Teams and Organizations • Introduction to Critical Thinking • Personal Creativity

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Start-Up

ENTREPRENEUR SERIES FOR SPRING 2017

Entrepreneur - A person who organizes and manages any enterprise, especially a business, usually with considerable initiative & risk. Introduction to the Startup Toolbox Education Series Come learn about the Startup Toolbox, a free event series happening one Wednesday a month from January thru May. The sessions will teach the basics of starting a company, launching a mobile app, developing a prototype, and getting to the market. Attendees will get the foundation needed to make their idea a reality and network with experts in Gainesville that can help make that happen! BUS0147.0T1 Wed., Jan. 11, 10 am—12 pm Instructor: Wendy Zimbone

Create the Perfect Post on Social Media This session will cover some of the tried-andtrue tips and strategies to help create the “perfect post” on any network (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Periscope). While this may look different for every brand-depending on business goals and personality-guidance on the anatomy of an engaging post can boost your overall social performance! BUS0277.0T1 Wed., Feb. 8, 10 am—12 pm Instructor: Tiffani Stephenson

Could You Benefit from Coaching? Do you feel like you’re not living up to your full potential? Do you feel like there is something “more” you are supposed to do? Are you struggling with finding motivation? Do you find it difficult to make quick and effective decisions? Are you paranoid about what others think of you? Do you struggle with time management? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might be a good candidate for coaching. Join Katharine to learn more about this growing field and discover if coaching could benefit you. BUS0289.0T1 Wed., Mar. 15, 10 am—12 pm Instructor: Katharine Lavenhagen

All Entrepreneur Series courses are $75 and are held at SF CIED at 530 W. University Ave., Rm. DB-125

Proactive Risk Management What can go possibly wrong with a business? Why should entrepreneurs and operations professionals care? This workshop focuses on the measures you can take now to avoid problems before they arise in the first place.

Some courses fill very quickly and others may be cancelled due to lack of timely enrollment. Registering last minute may mean the course is full or no longer available. Our programs need

BUS0281.0T1 Wed., Apr. 12, 10 am—12 pm Instructor: Philip N. Kabler, Esq.

a minimum number enrolled before a course can run — so don’t wait!

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Workshops

CIED WORKSHOPS What Business Should I Start? The Santa Fe Center for Innovation & Economic Development (CIED) Entrepreneur Incubator can help you explore opportunities to start a business. This presentation will give you a better understanding of the world of small businesses, and present you with tools to discover what kind of entrepreneur you might be. This topic is designed to help you discover what you might want from your own business and clarify your vision of the role your business could play in your life. Explore and unlock your interest and abilities. Try to awaken the “fire in your belly” to make a difference for yourself and those around you. Learn where other entrepreneurs have found success. Now is the time to discover the best businesses for you, and learn the secrets for turning your idea into success!

Get Ready to Start That Business! The Santa Fe Center for Innovation & Economic Development (CIED) Entrepreneur Incubator is a program designed to accelerate the successful development of entrepreneurial companies. This presentation provides an overview of the array of business support resources and services that have been developed specifically to help new businesses get started and grow. We know that 70% of small businesses are owned and operated by a single person. Come learn why CIED is a great place to start and test your business concept, and hear about some of the sixty (60) businesses that grew through the CIED Entrepreneur Incubator program in its first three years. If you are interested in starting a business, you owe it to yourself to learn what we can do to help.

BUS0974.0T1 Thu., Jan. 19, 1 pm—4 pm

BUS0926.0T1 Thu., Feb. 9, 1 pm—4 pm

BUS0974.0T2 Thu., Mar. 23, 1 pm—4 pm

BUS0926.0T2 Thu., Apr. 20, 1 pm—4 pm

Instructor: Dominic Orsini FREE—MUST PRE-REGISTER SF-CIED 530 W. University Ave., Rm. DB-120

Instructor: Dominic Orsini FREE—MUST PRE-REGISTER SF-CIED 530 W. University Ave., Rm. DB-120

What Are The Key Economic Drivers In Your Business? Successful business planning involves substantial research. Make better and faster decisions about your business. IBISWorld Industry Research Reports are powerful business tools that provide strategic insight and analysis on over 700 US industries. Extensive, objective and easy to digest, we should be able to find your business. This research offers the very latest content on every US industry that help you make better decisions, faster. Finding industry data and analysis on niche and emerging industries can be like looking for a needle in a haystack. IBISWorld is adding hundreds of industry research titles in new collections to complement the NAICS Report Collection. Our new reports are structured exactly as our NAICS Industry reports so you can continue to make better decisions, faster. Dig into the details in a specialized industry Report Collections database. Help your business team better understand your market by using powerful business tools.

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BUS0867.0T1 Thu., Feb. 23, 1 pm—4 pm Instructor: Dominic Orsini FREE—MUST PRE-REGISTER SF-CIED 530 W. University Ave., Rm. DB-120

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Business

ACCOUNTING PROGRAMS

“An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.” ~ Benjamin Franklin ~ QuickBooks 2015 for Small Business Use Explore this powerful software, which is designed to manage all of your small business finance functions: accounts receivable and payable, automating invoices, inventory, chart of accounts management, sales taxes, and more! Students are required to bring a USB Flash Drive to class. (Security Free Version)

QuickBooks 2015 Payroll for Small Business Use This 3-hour course is designed to take you through the setup of payroll and employees, issuing paychecks, managing the liabilities and quarterly reporting. Designed for participants with some computer experience. Knowledge of QuickBooks helpful. Students are required to bring a USB Flash Drive to class. (Security Free Version)

CMP0010.0T1 Wed., Jan. 25, Feb. 1, 8, 6 pm—9 pm

CMP0843.0T1 Wed., Feb. 22, 6 pm—9 pm

CMP0010.0T2 Wed., Mar. 22, 29, Apr. 5, 6 pm—9 pm

CMP0843.CT1 Wed., Apr. 26, 6 pm—9 pm

Instructor: Shannon Silcox FEE $169 SF-NW Campus, Rm. C-113

Instructor: Shannon Silcox FEE $95 SF-NW Campus, Rm. C-113

Courses Include: • Financial Planning & Control • How to Read a Financial Statement • Introduction to Business Statistics • Introduction to Finance • Time Value of Money & Risk • Understanding and Managing Budgets

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ONLINE OPTIONS— Business Finance for Non-Finance Personnel - EDT0572 This course will help you understand business environments, financial statements, and strategy so you can make more profitable decisions.

Accounting Fundamentals - EDT0261 Gain a marketable new skill by learning the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, financial reporting and more.

Administrative Assistant Applications - EDT0268 Gain the skills and knowledge you’ll need to prepare for the Certified Administrative Professional exam and begin a rewarding career as an administrative assistant.

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Admin

ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS Administrative Assistant Fundamentals - EDT0267 Discover the essentials of managerial and staff support, information and records management, communications technology, travel and meeting coordination, space planning and office ergonomics.

Certificate in Finance Essentials - FEE $399.00 This online certificate program introduces nonfinancial managers to the essentials of finance. The course will help you become conversant in critical financial terminology, and you’ll learn how to calculate key financial management indicators.

Certificate in Leadership - FEE $199.00 What is leadership and why is it important? What are the key elements to leading an effective team? How can a leader achieve work-life balance? This suite of courses addresses all of these questions and many more. Courses include: • Introduction to Leadership • Leaders and Work-Life Balance • Leading and Managing Change • Leading Teams

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Computer

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

“The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary.” ~ Vidal Sassoon ~ All Office 2016 versions available! What’s New in Microsoft Office - EDT0569 Get up to speed on MS Office and learn how to use the new features of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.

Introduction to MS Project - EDT0537 Discover how to effectively plan, implement, and control projects using Microsoft Project, the world’s most popular project management software.

Introduction to MS Excel - EDT0533 Become proficient in using Microsoft Excel and discover dozens of shortcuts and tricks for setting up fully formatted worksheets quickly and efficiently.

Intermediate MS Word - EDT0546 Master the more advanced features of Microsoft Word and learn how to create an index, build a list of figures, design a table of contents, do desktop publishing, perform a mail merge, and use timesaving shortcuts.

Introduction to MS Outlook - EDT0552 Take control of your meetings, emails, and to-do lists by mastering the essentials of MS Outlook. Introduction to MS Publisher - EDT0580 Learn how to design professional publications, including newsletters, fliers, and brochures, with Microsoft Publisher. Introduction to MS PowerPoint - EDT0545 Learn how to use Microsoft PowerPoint to create exciting slide presentations that include SmartArt, multimedia, animation, sound, charts, clip art, and hyperlinks. Introduction to MS Access - EDT0573 Learn to build, edit, and maintain a database in Access, using tables, reports, forms, and queries to give you fast access to all your important information.

Intermediate MS Access - EDT0576 Learn how to build more intuitive and powerful Microsoft Access databases. Intermediate MS Excel - EDT0543 Take your Microsoft Excel skills to the next level as you master charts, PivotTables, Slicers, Sparklines, and other advanced Excel features. Advanced MS Excel - EDT0486 Discover the advanced features and functions of Microsoft Excel and find out everything this powerful program can do for you.

Project Management for Information Technology - FEE $499.00 This course focuses on how project management concepts can be applied to IT projects, as well as on project management issues that are unique to IT projects. It reviews the concepts, methodologies, and tools of project management as it relates to IT. Students will also learn about fundamentals, such as integration management, scope, costing, quality, human resources, risk management, and procurement. Project Management Team Leadership - FEE $359.00 This course first discusses the roles and responsibilities of the project management team leader, in particular their responsibility with regard to project stakeholders. Next, the course discusses how project management team leaders can build a positive team environment through effective communication, team building activities, and reflective listening. Lastly, the course covers problem solving within the team.

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GRAPHICS & MULTIMEDIA Introduction to Adobe Acrobat X - EDT0586 Learn how to use Adobe Acrobat X to create PDF files and take advantage of its many time-saving features, communication options, and forms. Introduction to Dreamweaver CS5 - EDT0528 Learn to use Dreamweaver CS5 to design, create, and maintain user-friendly web sites. Designing Effective Websites - EDT0111 Learn powerful graphic design techniques and build web sites that are both attractive and effective. Creating Web Pages - EDT0108 Learn to design, create and post your very own site on the internet. Discover low-cost marketing techniques and search engine strategies. Introduction to Illustrator CS5 - EDT0555 Master the fundamentals of Adobe Illustrator CS5 and learn to create spectacular vector images.

Photoshop CS6 for the Digital Photographer EDT0588 Learn to use Photoshop CS6, the world’s best graphics program, to edit and process photos and create original images. Introduction to InDesign CS5 - EDT0540 Learn how to use Adobe InDesign CS5 to design and produce professional quality letterhead, brochures, newsletters, business cards, and more. Introduction to Creating WordPress Web Sites - EDT0541 Learn how to use WordPress, a free and popular web design tool, to quickly and easily create attractive blogs and interactive web sites. Introduction to CSS & XHTML - EDT0443 Take your CSS and XHTML skills to the next level and learn how to create professional, quality web sites.

Introduction to Flash CS5 - EDT0531 Learn how to use Flash CS5 to create engaging web sites, Flash movies, animation, and interactive applications.

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Graphics

Introduction to MS Expression Web - EDT0515 Learn how to use Microsoft Expression Web to create web sites and discover how MS Expression makes it simple to design, edit and maintain your site. Photoshop Elements 10 for the Digital Photographer - EDT0581 Learn the secrets of Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 and bring out the best in your images. Introduction to CorelDRAW X5 - EDT0565 Learn to draw with confidence, using CorelDRAW to design professional newsletters, greeting cards, web graphics, logos, and amazing works of art created from your own photos.

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY “Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning.” ~ Benjamin Franklin ~ AutoCAD (150 hours) - FEE $2395 Master basic and advanced design skills as you gain hands-on practice in using the 2D tools in AutoCAD 2011. This program will give you all the skills you need to prepare for the Autodesk AutoCAD Certified Associate exam. Microsoft Office Master Certification Training (300 hours) - FEE $1695 Learn basic to advanced skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook while you prepare for Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification. You’ll discover how to create and format documents, how to use tables, how to complete a mail merge, and more. Help Desk Analyst: Tier 1 Support Specialist (120 hours) - FEE $1495 Learn about problem solving and troubleshooting, team dynamics, and interpersonal communication skills as a Help Desk Analyst. You’ll also get a broad overview of the back-office operations of a support center, and the common industry tools and technologies used in providing exceptional customer support.

CompTIA™ Network + Certification Training (80 hours) - FEE $1495 This program will prepare you to take the CompTIA™ Network + Certification exam. CompTIA’s Network + Certification is vendor-neutral and will give you the skills you need to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, and configure basic network infrastructure. You’ll master basic networking concepts and gain a fundamental knowledge of network design, security, routing, and switching. CompTIA™ Security + Certification Training (80 hours) - FEE $1495 Gain the skills you need to be a security professional and prepare yourself to take the CompTIA™ Security + Certification exam as you master the basics of system security, network infrastructure, access control, and organizational security. Cisco® CCNA® Certification Training (100 hours) - FEE $1995 The Cisco® CCNA® Online Training program will give you the essential knowledge to install, configure, and operate simple routed LANs and WANs while you prepare for certification.

CompTIA™ A+ Certification Training (150 hours) - FEE $1695 The online program will prepare students to take the CompTIA™ A+ Essentials and A+ Practical Application exams.

Power Plant Operations (400 hours) - FEE $2595 The Power Plant Operations Online Training Program will prepare you for an entry-level career as a power plant operator. Power plant operators are highly paid and enjoy a stable work environment. There’s an ongoing need for entry-level personnel.

Performing Comprehensive Building Assessments (30 hours) - FEE $695 This intermediate program focuses on the skills you need to professionally conduct visual building inspections, perform diagnostic testing, determine residential building improvement opportunities, document a home’s performance, prioritize improvements, and prepare a work scope that will guide the homeowner’s decision-making process for making the improvements.

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NETWORKING, PROGRAMMING AND MORE Mac, iPhone, and iPad Programming - EDT0585 Learn to create Mac, iPhone, and iPad apps and programs using Objective -C and Xcode compiler. Introduction to PHP & MySQL - EDT0436 Learn how to create dynamic, interactive web sites using PHP and a MySQL database server. Introduction to PC Troubleshooting - EDT0191 Learn to decipher and solve almost any problem with your PC. Introduction To Python 3 Programming - EDT0582 Enhance your résumé by adding Python to your programming skills.

Game Art Certificate (360 hours) - FEE $5595 Gain the skills and knowledge to get started as a digital artist in today’s fast-paced game development industry. The program will help you build technical and artistic skills in 3D modeling, texturing, lighting, and animating using Autodesk Maya and Photoshop. Graphic Design with Photoshop CS5 (200 hours) - FEE $1795 You’ll start with the basics of graphic design and build your skills step by step, mastering the terms and processes that professional graphic artists use. You’ll learn the rules and standards for effective graphic design and discover strategies for creating graphics that convey just the right message, style, and tone. Webmaster (150 hours) - FEE $1795 This program will prepare you for a career designing, developing, and maintaining websites. This program begins with web page development and progresses to active web page implementation using HTML and dynamic HTML.

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SKILLED TRADES AND INDUSTRIAL Chemical Plant Operations (400 hours) - FEE $2595 Prepare for an entry-level position in a chemical plant with the Chemical Plant Operations Online Training Program. There is an ongoing need for entry-level personnel. This program can help you get your start in this field!

IT

Introduction To Programming - EDT0521 Take your first steps toward a career as a computer programmer as you master basic programming concepts and get hands-on practice in writing applications containing GUIs, sound, and graphics. Introduction To Database Development - EDT0198 An experienced professional guides you through a structured approach to database design and development. Introduction to PC Security - EDT0192 Security expert teaches the fundamentals of PC and network security.

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Trades

Solar Power Professional (120 hours) - FEE $1695 In this program, you’ll learn the fundamentals of photovoltaic solar powered energy systems, gaining the knowledge you’ll need for an entry level position with a dealer, installer, or other photovoltaic industry company.

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Network

Wireless Networking - EDT0194 Learn how wireless networking works, how to plan, deploy, and connect to wireless networks.

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Insurance

PRE-LICENSING FOR INSURANCE PROVIDER #1055

“The future depends on what we do in the present.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi ~

4-40 Registered Customer Service Representative - Online After completion of this course, you will receive the Customer Service Representative designation which allows you to apply to the Department of Insurance for your license and WAIVES the State exam. INS0115.0M1 *Student is responsible for purchasing the required text book. FEE $369 / 40 hours No state exam required! 3-20, 5-20, & 6-20 Accredited Claims Adjuster Designation, Online Only (40 hours online, final exam online) After completion of this course, you will receive the Accredited Claims Adjuster designation which allows you to apply to the Department of Insurance for your license and WAIVES the State exam. INS0014.0M1 *Student is responsible for purchasing the required text book. FEE $369 / 40 hours No state exam required!

To Apply For License: Go to www.FLDFS.com, pay and submit your license application. To Register For State Exam: Visit www.pearsonvue.com, or call 888-274-2020 for information. Note: You must first submit your license application to FLDFS in order to receive your state exam eligibility notice.

2-15 Life, Health, & Variable Annuities PreLicensing, Online Only (60 hours online) Complete online pre-licensing course designed to prepare a student to become a Licensed Insurance Agent without the loss of production income and time. Work at your own pace with your instructor available via email, fax, or telephone. The 60 hours of credit are earned TOTALLY ONLINE in the virtual classroom before you are eligible for the State exam. It is designed and taught to comply with the State requirements for Life, Health, and Annuities education prior to the State exam. Required Text: Florida Life, Health, and Variable Annuity Study Manual. INS0520.0M1 FEE $399 / 60 hours 2-20 General Lines/Property & Casualty License Preparation, Online Only (200 hours online) No classroom required. Take all 200 hours online! This course is designed to prepare a student to become a Licensed Insurance Property and Casualty Agent without the loss of production income and time. Work at your own pace with your instructor available via email. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be eligible to sit for the State exam. This course is designed and taught to comply with the State requirements for General Lines Agents State Exam. Required Text: Florida General Lines Agent & Customer Representative Study Manual.

4-40 to 2-20 Conversion/Property & Casualty Pre-Licensing, Online Only (40 hours online, final exam online) Pre-requisite(s): Completed at least 1 year of responsible insurance duties as a licensed and appointed Customer Representative (4-40) in either commercial or personal lines of property and casualty insurance.) No classroom required. Take all 40 hours online! This course is designed to prepare a current Customer Representative (4-40) to become a licensed Insurance Property and Casualty Agent (2-20) without the loss of production income and time. Work at your own pace with your instructor available via email. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be eligible to sit for the State exam. This course is designed and taught to comply with the State requirements for General Lines Agents State Exam. Required Text: Florida General Lines Agent & Customer Representative Study Manual. INS0526.0M1 FEE $529 / 40 hours

Available Online ANYTIME!

INS0522.0M1 FEE $629 / 200 hours If you do not complete your required course work within the course time frame, you will need to re-register and re-pay the full course fee. (Students have 3 months to complete the 2-15, 4-40 and 6-20 courses, and 6 months to complete the 2-20 course).

ACA/RCSR

PRE-LICENSING FOR INSURANCE PROVIDER #1055

ACCREDITED CLAIMS ADJUSTER (ACA) OR REGISTERED CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (RCSR) This 4-day course explores various phases of property/casualty insurance and health insurance. After successfully completing the course, you will qualify for the “All Lines” adjuster license (6-20) or Registered Customer Service Representative license (4-40) without having to take the rigorous state license examination. The student is responsible for purchasing the required textbook. The textbook is available for purchase at: www.faiams.com/Forms/StudyManualOrder.aspx ACA Only

RCSR Only

INS0768.0T1 Feb. 3, 4, 10, 11

INS0788.0T1 Mar. 17, 18, 24, 25

INS0768.BT1 June 2, 3, 9, 10

8 am—7 pm 2 Fri.: SF-NW Campus, Rm. P-261 2 Sat.: SF-NW Campus, Rm. P-261 Instructor: Douglas B. Henson FEE $369 / 40 hours No state exam required!

8 am—7 pm 2 Fri.: SF-NW Campus, Rm. P-261 2 Sat.: SF-NW Campus, Rm. P-261 Instructor: Douglas B. Henson FEE $369 / 40 hours No state exam required!

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Insurance

CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR INSURANCE SPECIAL NOTE:

For CE classes: THREE YEAR NO REPEAT RULE – It is the full responsibility of the agent to be absolutely certain that he/she has not taken any of the courses that we offer at any time during the PAST 36 MONTHS. In order to avoid a conflict and/or loss of credit, we strongly suggest that you call the Department of Financial Services. For transcripts, call 850-413-3137 ext. 1108.

For Continuing Education CE requirements, go to www.myflorida.com. If you require verification that the following CE courses will satisfy your individual Insurance CE requirements, you may also call the Department of Financial Services at 850-413-3137 for confirmations.

2-16 Elements of Life Insurance Intermediate Level #40321 Can Be Applied to the 2-14, 2-15, 2-16 and 2-18 Licenses. 14 Hours Online - Study for your State of Florida Life Continuing Education courses. This 14-hour intermediate course, approved by the State of Florida, provides an easy way to accomplish 14 hours of Life CE. INS0210.0M1 / FEE $139 2-18 Fundamentals of Health Insurance Intermediate Level #40322 Can Be Applied to the 2-15, 2-18, and 2-40 Licenses. 14 Hours Online - Study for your State of Florida Health Continuing Education courses. This 14-hour intermediate course, approved by the State of Florida, provides an easy way to accomplish 14 hours of Health CE. INS0215.0M1 / FEE $139

Ethics in the Insurance Industry Intermediate Level #53604 Can Be Applied to all the agent licenses. 3 Hours Online - Study for your State of Florida Ethics Continuing Education online. This 3-hour intermediate course, approved by the State of Florida, provides an easy way to accomplish the required 3 hours of Ethics CE. INS0050.0M1 / FEE $69 Health Savings Intermediate Level #57234 3 Hours Online – CE course designed to meet State Continuing Education Requirements Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2003. This course features Health Savings Accounts and the Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit.

Flood Insurance Concepts Intermediate Level #59082 3 Hours Online - This 3-hour Continuing Education course is designed to provide the General Lines Agent and Customer Service Representative with all the information they need to quote, write and service the most common types of flood insurance. This class has been approved for 3 hours of Continuing Education for General Lines Agents and CSR’s. INS0785.0M1 / FEE $69

Available Online ANYTIME!

INS0326.0M1 / FEE $69

Pass-Prep

PASS-PREP COURSES FOR INSURANCE SPECIAL NOTE:

The courses listed below should be taken after you have completed a licensing course. The instructional design of the courses takes the student through the material in a detailed, structured fashion to ensure learning occurs and is verified. This means that you may now gain extra study assistance online – in your free time – which will help to ensure that you gain your state licensure. Experienced insurance agents and others who need to take a refresher course prior to sitting for a state examination can also use the following Review & Pass-Prep Courses. 2-15 Life, Health, and Annuities Pass-Prep Review and cram right before taking the State Exam. This Life & Variable Annuities Course is designed to give you confidence. This review & cram course is better than “flash” cards and better than simple practice questions. There are 800 interactive questions and over 4500 screens of information for this course, which prepares the student to sit for state insurance license exams with confidence. (Unlimited time/ extensions until you pass the exam!) INS0003.0M1 / FEE $79

2-15 Life, Health, and Annuities Tutorial Feel like you need extra study assistance? This online tutorial program will provide you with that extra edge for passing the State Exam. The instructor is normally in the chat room on Mondays from 5 PM to 7 PM. Recommended Text: Florida Life Health and Variable Annuity Study Manual. INS0001.0M1 / FEE $129 2-15 Life, Health, and Annuities Practice Exam This is an actual practice-run for taking the State Exam. You may begin taking this course at your convenience. INS0002.0M1 / FEE $79

2-20 Property and Casualty Pass-Prep Course This Pass-Prep course helps you to review and cram through utilizing a database of over 400 questions and over 2000 screens of information to thoroughly prepare the student to sit for state insurance license exam with confidence. The special design of this course ensures that the student is exposed to only correct information. (Unlimited time/extensions until you pass the exam!) INS0004.0M1 / FEE $129

Available Online ANYTIME!

Real Estate

REAL ESTATE PASS-PREP COURSE SPECIAL NOTE:

You can provide yourself with extra preparation and confidence after you have taken the full pre-licensure course and before taking your state exam. These are not state pre-licensing courses. Real Estate Salesperson Pass-Prep Course Review with over 800 questions with more than 4100 screens of information. This course prepares the student to sit for the Florida Real Estate Salesperson licensing exam with confidence. (Unlimited extensions until you pass the state exam!) REE0302.0M1 – FEE $129

Real Estate Appraiser Pass-Prep Course Utilizing a database of over 440 questions and over 2200 screens of information, this course prepares the student to sit for the state license exam with confidence. (Unlimited time/extensions until you pass the exam!)

Available Online ANYTIME!

REE0301.0M1 – FEE $129

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CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR NURSES “It would not be possible to praise nurses too highly.”

Nursing

~ Stephen Ambrose ~

SPRING 2017 CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR NURSES AT SANTA FE COLLEGE FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF NURSING PROVIDER #50-13357

For registration: call 352-395-5896. For course questions: call Dr. Rita Revak-Lutz @ 352-395-5731. Access: www.doh.state.fl.us/mqa/nursing/nur_ceu.html The Florida RN & LPN participant license numbers will be submitted to CE Broker for the FBON CE credit. All other participants are responsible for submitting their own information. The courses may be taken by RNs and LPNs outside of the state, as long as the state they practice in recognizes the FBON approved courses. Other health care professionals or other professions may take the online courses, but are themselves responsible to assure that their profession recognizes courses approved by the FBON & are responsible to submit these hours themselves to CE Broker, as needed.

IV Therapy Onsite Class

Classes require a minimum of 5 registrants by the registration deadline date. Courses are held at: SF-NW Campus, 3000 NW 83rd Street, Gainesville, FL, in the Health Sciences Annex, Building WA, Lab WA-204, 2nd Floor Nursing Labs. Last registration date is April 14th. ADMINISTRATION OF IV THERAPY BY LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES (30 hours onsite certificate course. No CE hours awarded.) CERTIFICATE AWARDED UPON COMPLETION OF 30-HOUR IV THERAPY COURSE! These 30 contact hour courses meet the requirements for the certification of Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) to initiate and care for peripheral intravenous lines and to care for central lines. These courses may be taken by LPNs or graduate PNs with presentation of a copy of their certificate of graduation. The course meets the requirements of the Florida State Board of Nursing. Your course notebook will be given to you the 1st day of class. ONSITE 30 hours (Total FEE $450): You must arrive on time each of the scheduled 3 days and stay the entire time. On the last day, upon arrival, you will review for the final and then take a multiplechoice, open-book final exam. You must achieve a 78% or above on the final exam, in order to pass the course. NUR0103.A01 (Coursework & Open Book Final), FEE $225 / SF WA-204 Instructor: Kelli Harker, MSN, ARNP, SF College Assistant Professor of Nursing NUR0200.A01 (Skills’ Practice and Check-offs), FEE $225 / SF WA-204 Instructor: Kelli Harker, MSN, ARNP, SF College Assistant Professor of Nursing Monday, May 1, 8:30 am—6:30 pm (10 hours) Tuesday, May 2, 8:30 am—6:30 pm (10 hours) Wednesday, May 3, 8:30 am—6:30 pm (10 hours)

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Child Care

STATE OF FLORIDA MANDATED CHILD CARE TRAINING

If you would like to open your own Child Care Facility, Family Home Child Care, view training schedules, fees or basic information on training requirements including the mandated early literacy training please review: myflorida.com/childcare web site or call the Child Care Training Information Center at 1-888-352-2842. SPECIAL NOTE: Registration deadline for all Child Development courses is the Tuesday prior to the Saturday class start date. In addition, if you are not registered in DCF by that Tuesday at noon, you will be dropped from the course and will not be permitted to attend the course. Registration is only complete if the entire fee for a course is provided at the time of registration. Fees: All courses are $55 each and include the book. After registering with SF College, students must also register at the DCF website prior to attending class. Go to www.myflorida.com/childcare. This must be done by the Tuesday before the class begins. If a student is not registered in the DCF system, they will not appear on the roster and will not be allowed to attend class. If you have any questions on the DCF website/registration, call 1-888-352-2842. FACILITY The basic State of Florida requirement for working in a childcare center is 40 Hours of Training which consists of the following: CHD0200 Child Care Facilities State & Local Rules & Regulations (6 hrs) CHD0325 Behavioral Observation and Screening (6 hrs) CHD0300 Child Growth and Development (6 hrs) CHD0250 Health, Safety and Nutrition (8 hrs) CHD0275 Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect (4 hrs) And a choice of 5 hours from: CHD0350 Understanding Developmentally Appropriate Practices (5 hrs) CHD0410 Special Needs Appropriate Practices (10 hrs) CHD0510 Preschool Appropriate Practices (5 hrs) CHD0610 Infant and Toddler Appropriate Practices (5 hrs) CHD0710 School Age Appropriate Practices (5 hrs) or a combination of two courses found online at myflorida.com/childcare/training.

FAMILY The basic State of Florida requirement for having a family child care in your home is 30 Hours of Training which consists of the following: CHD0225 Family Child Care Home State & Local Rules & Regulations (6 hrs) CHD0325 Behavioral Observation and Screening (6 hrs) CHD0300 Child Growth and Development (6 hrs) CHD0250 Health, Safety and Nutrition (8 hrs) CHD0275 Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect (4 hrs)

REGISTER EARLY FOR CLASSES!

Please note Florida statute 402.305 states: The minimum standards shall require that at least one staff person trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation, as evidenced by current documentation of course completion, must be present at all times that children are present. Register for CPR0400 to complete this requirement. See page 18 to register for the CPR course. Family Child Care Home State & Local Rules & Regulations $55 This course is designed to give family child care home providers an overview of the state and local rules and regulations that govern the child care industry. CHD0225.001 Sat., Jan. 7, 9 am—3:30 pm SF-NW Campus, Rm. L-204 Child Care Facilities State & Local Rules & Regulations $55 This course is designed to give child care facility providers an overview of the state and local rules and regulations that govern the child care industry. CHD0200.001 Sat., Jan. 14, 9 am—3:30 pm SF-NW Campus, Rm. L-204 Understanding Developmentally Appropriate Practices $55 Participants will gain a general understanding of developmentally appropriate practice. CHD0350.001 Sat., Jan. 28, 9 am—2:30 pm SF-NW Campus, Rm. L-204

Health, Safety & Nutrition $55 This course is designed to assist child care professionals identify the key principles of a healthy and safe child care environment as well as provide a basic understanding of child nutrition. CHD0250.001 Sat., Feb. 11, 9 am—3:30 pm Sat., Feb. 18, 9 am—11 am SF-NW Campus, Rm. L-204 Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse & Neglect $55 This course provides child care providers with an overview of the various types of abuse and neglect, the legal responsibility of mandatory reports, and the proper procedure for reporting abuse and neglect. CHD0275.001 Sat., Feb. 18, 11:30 am—3:30 pm SF-NW Campus, Rm. L-204 Child Growth & Development $55 This course is intended to provide child care professionals with a basic understanding of the theories and principles of child growth and development, including the influences on child development, developmental characteristics, and the role of play in learning.

Behavioral Observation & Screening $55 This course will introduce care givers to the principles and techniques used to identify children who may benefit from early interventions. CHD0325.001 Sat., Mar. 18, 9 am—3:30 pm SF-NW Campus, Rm. L-204 Infant/Toddler Appropriate Practices Course $55 This course is designed for personnel working in licensed childcare facilities and working with infants & toddlers. CHD0610.001 Sat., Mar. 25, 9 am—2:30 pm SF-NW Campus, Rm. L-204 DCF Special Needs Course for Child Care Directors/Specialty Module $55 This course teaches the knowledge and skills to caregivers to ensure all children and families have the educational support they need and are in compliance with federal and state laws. CHD0410.001 Sat., Apr. 1, 9 am—2:30 pm Sat., Apr. 8, 9 am—2:30 pm SF-NW Campus, Rm. L-204

CHD0300.001 Sat., Mar. 11, 9 am—3:30 pm SF-NW Campus, Rm. L-204 Please contact Continuing Education at least two weeks prior to the first training date at 352-395-5896 between the hours of 9 am and 4 pm, Monday through Friday, if you require a special accommodation because of a disability in order to participate in a course.

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Health Care

HEALTH CARE RELATED TRAINING INTRODUCTION TO CARDIAC ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY (PART 1)

Cardiac Electrophysiology Cardiac Electrophysiology (EP) is used to diagnose and treat abnormal electrical functions of the heart. It’s one of the fastest growing fields in cardiology, with a shortage of trained personnel. Cardiac EP is a two-semester course designed to give health care professionals an introduction to cardiac electrophysiological concepts and procedures and prepares those already working in invasive cardiology or health care for career opportunities as EP specialists. Students learn the heart’s normal electrical function, analysis of cardiac arrhythmias, basic EP laboratory techniques, and advanced techniques for interventional procedures or treatments such as implanting pacemakers and ablations. Cardiac EP instruction at SF conforms to the framework of the Registered Cardiac Electrophysiology Specialist (RCES) examination administered by Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI). Upon completion of the two courses, a student must also meet the clinical requirements to sit for the national RCES credentialing examination. Eligibility requirements for the RCES examination are found at www.cci-online.org. To learn more about SF’s Cardiac EP classes, contact Erik Hushelpeck at 352-395-5691. Cardiac Electrophysiology I HLT0200.0M1 (Online) Course available: Feb. 13, 2017 Instructor: Erik Hushelpeck FEE $585

Cardiac Electrophysiology II HLT0300.0M1 (Online) Course available: Feb. 13, 2017 Instructor: Erik Hushelpeck FEE $585

ONLINE OPTIONS— Human Anatomy and Physiology - EDT0309 In this course, you’ll gain an understanding of basic chemistry, the human cell, and the anatomy of the body’s organ systems and the jobs that they do.

To access your online course, go to the SF homepage, click on LOGIN and click on CANVAS for instructions.

Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach - EDT0308 This 6-week course teaches medical terminology according to each body system.

Handling Medical Emergencies - EDT0378 This course will identify common medical emergencies affecting children and adults, and show you how to render appropriate care.

Additional courses online!

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COURSES FOR TEACHING PROFESSIONALS Creating Classroom Centers - EDT0587 Learn how to create engaging, easy-to-maintain classroom center activities that boost independent learning while increasing small group instruction time. Teaching Smarter with SMART Boards - EDT0512 Master the use of SMART Board and SMART Notebook technology so you can create powerful interactive lessons that capture your students’ attention. Homeschool with Success - EDT0473 Discover what you need to know to homeschool your children successfully. Find out how to research legal requirements, choose the curriculum, organize your day, and provide social opportunities.

Teaching Preschool: A Year of Inspiring Lessons - EDT0511 In this course on teaching preschoolers, you’ll learn how to come up with creative and balanced preschool lesson plans for every month of the school year. Survival Kit for Teachers - EDT0371 Whether you are already teaching, a newly credentialed graduate, or a substitute looking to transition to full-time, this course will provide you with all the time-tested tools, tips, and tricks you need to make your early years in the classroom a breeze.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT Grammar Refresher - EDT0218 Gain confidence in your ability to produce clean, grammatically correct documents and speeches.

GRE Preparation - EDT0389 Discover powerful strategies for success in the verbal and analytical sections of the GRE (Course 1 of 2).

L-Sat Prep 1 - EDT0291 Learn about law school entrance procedures, developing analytical reasoning skills, and improving your test-taking skills. (Course 1 of 2).

GRE Preparation - EDT0390 Learn a variety of useful techniques for tackling the math section of the GRE (Course 2 of 2).

Everyday Math - EDT0307 Gain confidence in your basic math skills.

Teaching

Solving Classroom Discipline Problems - EDT0326 Learn the secrets of an orderly classroom and solving discipline problems. This course will present a stepby-step approach to effective, positive discipline.

Available Online ANYTIME! Starting at $109

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Career

Available Online ANYTIME! Starting at $109

Ch e c k w w w. e d 2 g o . c o m / s f c o lle g e f o r start dates.

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CPR

CPR COURSES Healthcare Provide Basic Life Support (CPR)

Learn the new 2016 American Heart Association guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation. This four and a half hour class is designed for the healthcare provider or those individuals who are pursuing a career in a health related profession. After successfully completing of the requirements of the American Heart Association you will receive your Healthcare Provider card which is good for two (2) years. This course does not, however, include first aid training. Pre-registration is required and a 48 business hour time limit advance request is required for a refund. No Nursing CE’s provided for CPR. FEE $55. Registration Instructions: You may register for these courses over the phone at 352-395-5896 with a Visa, MasterCard, or American Express fee payment. Onsite registration is accepted at 530 W. University Avenue with a credit card, check or money order.

For more information and to register call 352-395-5896. Section

Date

Day Time

Room

Section

Date

Day Time

Room

CPR0402.001

Jan 10

T

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.020

Apr 15

S

9a - 1:30p

W-207

CPR0402.002

Jan 12

H

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.021

Apr 17

M

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.003

Jan 21

S

9a - 1:30p

W-207

CPR0402.022

Apr 20

H

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.004

Jan 23

M

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.A01

Apr 29

S

9a - 1:30p

W-207

CPR0402.005

Jan 26

H

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.A02

May 2

T

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.006

Feb 4

S

9a - 1:30p

W-207

CPR0402.A03

May 4

H

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.007

Feb 7

T

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.A04

May 13

S

9a - 1:30p

W-207

CPR0402.008

Feb 9

H

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.A05

May 15

M

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.009

Feb 18

S

9a - 1:30p

W-207

CPR0402.A06

May 18

H

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.010

Feb 21

T

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.A07

May 23

T

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.011

Feb 23

H

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.A08

May 25

H

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.012

Feb 27

M

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.013

Mar 2

H

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.014

Mar 18

S

9a - 1:30p

W-207

CPR0402.015

Mar 20

T

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.016

Mar 23

H

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.017

Apr 1

S

9a - 1:30p

W-207

CPR0402.018

Apr 4

T

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

CPR0402.019

Apr 6

H

5:45p - 10:15p

W-207

Students are required to arrive 10 minutes early for check-in. Students WILL NOT be admitted once class begins! REMINDER! All CPR courses are held at SF-NW Campus, 3000 NW 83rd St. Gainesville, Florida 32606 Building W, Room 207

REGISTRATION INFORMATION REGISTRATION

REFUNDS

GENERAL INFORMATION

1 Telephone: Dial 352-395-5896. Pay with Visa, Mastercard, or American Express. 2 Onsite: Hours are 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. Pay by cash, check, or credit card. Cash must be correct amount, no change is available.

You may drop a class and receive a full refund if the request is made 48 business hours before the class occurs. After that time, you will need to petition for refund. Please call 352-395-5896 to drop a Continuing Education class. Refunds will be issued as a check to the student and NOT credited back to a credit card.

Continuing Education reserves the right to add or delete without notice any courses offered in this catalog or to alter the fees or costs. If you need special help because of physical disabilities, please contact Continuing Education at 352-3955896, voice. Fees must be paid at registration by cash, check (made out to SF), money order, Mastercard, Visa, or American Express.

STAFF

Lisa Anderson

Coordinator, Continuing Education & Corporate Training | lisa.anderson@sfcollege.edu

Janet Lewis

Administrative Assistant | janet.lewis@sfcollege.edu

Joni Murano

Graphic & Web Design | joni.murano@sfcollege.edu

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