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JOHNSTON

COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Job Training Professional Development Personal Enrichment Basic Skills & More!

Spring 2014 CONTINUING EDUCATION SCHEDULE


Spring 2014

What’s Inside

JCC Class Locations Benson = Benson Conference Center, 303 E. Church St, Benson, NC 27504 (Use the Hill Street entrance) Cleveland = Cleveland Center, 9046 Cleveland School Rd, Clayton, NC 27520 Howell Woods = Howell Woods Environmental Learning Center, 6601 Devils Racetrack Rd, Four Oaks, NC 27524 JCC Arboretum = JCC Arboretum, 245 College Rd, Smithfield, 27577 JCC Britt = JCC Britt Building, 245 College Rd, Smithfield, 27577 JCC Elsee = JCC Elsee Building, 245 College Rd, Smithfield, 27577 JCC Graphic Arts = JCC Graphic Arts Building, 245 College Rd, Smithfield, 27577

JCC Health = JCC Health Building, 245 College Rd, Smithfield, 27577 JCC LRC = Learning Resource Center, 245 College Rd, Smithfield, NC 27577 JCC PSSC = JCC Public Safety Services Building, 245 College Rd, Smithfield, NC 27577 JCC Sanders = JCC Sanders Building, 245 College Rd, Smithfield, 27577 JCC TDT = JCC Truck Driver Training, 245 College Rd, Smithfield, NC 27577 Kenly Center = 408 South College Ave, Kenly, NC 27542 WDC, Clayton = Workforce Development Center, 135 Bestwood Dr., Clayton, NC 27520

Information

How to Register ...................................................................... 1 Fees, Books, Supplies............................................................... 1 Refund Policy ......................................................................... 1 Course Repetition Policy.......................................................... 1 Course Locations...................................................................... 1 Self-Supporting Classes............................................................ 1 Registration Form.................................................................... 2 Professional Development Courses BioTechnology Programs.......................................................... 3 Career Training ....................................................................... 3 Computer Training................................................................... 5 Corporate Solutions................................................................. 6 Cosmetologist CE Training........................................................ 8 Distance Learning.................................................................... 9 Employability Skills Training .................................................. 10 Small Business Seminars........................................................ 11 Taxidermy............................................................................... 5 Teacher Training.................................................................... 12 Truck Driver Training.............................................................. 14 Workforce Academy .............................................................. 14 WorkKeys® and Career Readiness Certification ........................ 11

Office Extension Adult Basic Education.............................................................................. 209-2065 Adult High School.................................................................................... 209-2378 Biotechnology Programs......................................................................... 209-2593 Career Readiness Certification................................................................. 209-2529 Career Training/Licensing........................................................................ 209-2595 Community Programs............................................................................. 464-2421 Computer Training.................................................................................. 209-2592 Continuing Education.............................................................................. 209-2168 Customized Training................................................................................ 209-2082 Defensive Driving.................................................................................... 209-2213 Emergency Services................................................................................. 464-2351 Employability Skills – HRD....................................................................... 209-2042 English as a Second Language (ESL)......................................................... 209-2065 Fire Services............................................................................................ 464-2356 GED........................................................................................................ 209-2084 In-Service Law Enforcement.................................................................... 464-2357 Nursing Assistant.................................................................................... 464-2355 Online Courses........................................................................................ 464-2260 Small Business Center............................................................................. 209-2015 Teacher Assistant/Renewal...................................................................... 209-2159 VP of Continuing Education..................................................................... 209-2066 Cleveland Center..................................................................................... 989-2128 Workforce Development Center............................................................... 209-2591

Personal Safety Conceal Carry Handgun Training............................................. 15 Defensive Driving.................................................................. 15 Motorcycle Safety.................................................................. 15 Public Health and Safety Allied Health & CNA................................................................ 15 EMS Education....................................................................... 17 Community Programs Arboretum Classes & Activities................................................ 19 Arts & Crafts.......................................................................... 19 Culinary Arts......................................................................... 20 Healthy Living....................................................................... 21 Personal Finance & Computer Basics....................................... 21 Basic Skills Courses Adult Basic Education (ABE).................................................... 22 English as a Second Language (ESL)......................................... 22 High School Equivalency (HSE)................................................ 22


INFORMATION

Spring 2014

view courses and register online at www.johnstoncc.edu

Ways to Register and Pay

When to Register

Course Repetition Policy

Online – You may use WebAdvisor to register for classes. Please visit our website at: www.johnstoncc.edu. Click on “WebAdvisor” at the top of the page and then “Continue to WebAdvisor” and follow the enrollment instructions. When using WebAdvisor you must pay at the time of registration to complete your enrollment.

Pre-registration is a necessity! Because space may be limited for some classes, advanced registration is required for all continuing education courses with the exception of Basic Skills. All continuing education classes provided are subject to change due to specific circumstances. Low enrollment may result in class cancellation. All pre-registered students will be notified in advance of any changes to classes. If you are not pre-registered, you may not receive notice of changes. Students must register at least FIVE CALENDAR DAYS prior to the class start date.

In 1993 the NC Legislature enacted a law that requires anyone, including senior citizens, who takes the same occupational extension course more than twice within a five-year period to pay an additional cost of $6.41-$7.12 per scheduled hour.

After you Register

You are exempt from this policy if you are required by law to have certification/licensure.

By Mail - You may register by mail using the Continuing Education Registration Form found on page 2. Complete the form and mail it in with your check or money order to the address shown on the form. Do not send cash. You must pay at the time of registration to complete your enrollment. ****The Registration Form may also be printed from the website at www.johnstoncc.edu by clicking on “CE General Information” and mailed in with exact registration fee. In Person - You may register in person at the Records & Registration Department in the Wilson Building, Room C1513. Payment can be made at the Cashier’s Window beside the Bookstore in the Wilson Building. Hours for registration and payment are Monday-Thursday from 8a5p and Friday from 8a-3p. Students attending courses at the Cleveland Center should call 919-989-2128 for times to register. Students attending courses at the Workforce Development Center may register and pre-pay MondayThursday 8a-9p and Friday 8a-1p. You must pay at the time of registration to complete your enrollment. By Fax - You may fax registrations paid with a credit card using Master Card or VISA to the attention of “Registration” at 919-209-2189.

Who May Register? If you are 18 years old or older, you may register for a course. If you are 16 or 17 years of age and wish to enter a continuing education course you must complete a concurrent enrollment form, signed by your principal and the college president prior to registering. A Dual Enrollment Form can be found on the website at http://www.johnstoncc. edu/pdfs/concurrentenrollmentform.pdf. Under the current law, North Carolina does not allow students under the age of 16 to register for continuing education courses, with the exception of self-supporting community service courses that may be offered in the summer.

ATTENTION SENIOR CITIZENS: DUE TO LEGISLATIVE ACTION BY THE NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL ASSEMBLY, EFFECTIVE FOR ALL CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSED WHICH BEGIN ON OR AFTER 8/15/13, THE SENIOR CITIZEN WAIVER NO LONGER APPLIES.

Plan to attend the classes for which you registered as scheduled. You will not be contacted unless there is a change in the class; for example, if the class is postponed, full or canceled.

Fees • Books • Supplies Registration fees, which are listed with each class description, do not include the cost of textbooks or supplies. Fees are set by the NC General Assembly and are based on the number of contact hours for each course. Some of the courses listed in this schedule require textbooks that may be purchased at the JCC Bookstore. The College bookstore is open Monday-Friday. Please contact the bookstore at 919-209-2104 for operating times or check our website. Any textbooks and/or course materials may be purchased during these times. Some courses listed in this schedule will require a lab or technology fee. The fee will be listed with the each applicable class.

Continuing Education Refund Policy A student who officially withdraws (in writing) from a continuing education course prior to the first class meeting is eligible for a 100% refund upon request to the continuing education division. A student may be eligible to receive a 75% refund of the registration fee if the student officially withdraws (in writing) from the course after the class begins but prior to the 10% census date (10% of total course hours). A student would not be entitled to receive a refund if he/she withdraws after the 10% census date (more than 10% of total course hours) of the course. Courses offered as self-supporting are not eligible for a refund as these programs are funded by registration fees collected. Students are eligible for a 100% refund if the class is canceled by the College.

Example – Computer Course: Costs $70 – First time Costs $70 – Second time Costs $163.20 – Third time (24 class hours x $6.80 = $163.20)

Course Locations Continuing education courses are held in many different locations. These locations should be listed with the particular course information. Maps to JCC’s campus in Smithfield, 245 College Road, Smithfield, 27577; the Cleveland Center, 9046 Cleveland Road, Clayton, 27520; Howell Woods, 6601 Devils Racetrack Road, Four Oaks, 27524; Kenly Center, 408 South College Avenue, Kenly, 27542; Benson Center, 303 East Church Street (Use Hill Street entrance), Benson, 27504; and Workforce Development Center, 135 Bestwood Drive, Clayton, 27520 can be found on the website at www.johnstoncc.edu under General Information.

Self-Supporting Classes (SS*) For courses offered on a self-supporting basis, there are no fee exemptions allowed. All class participants must pay the registration fee. Registration fees vary depending upon the cost of the course and a minimum enrollment of students. *No refunds are permitted for withdrawal from self-supporting courses unless the College cancels the course. Self-supporting courses are noted with (SS*) beside the class title. ** All continuing education classes/instructors provided are subject to change due to specific circumstances, and low enrollment may result in class cancellation. All registered participants will be notified in either event. Please refer to the continuing education Refund Policy.

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COMMUN IT Y COLL EGE

Continuing Education

Mail, fax, or deliver completed form and appropriate registration fee to: Johnston Community College Attention: Continuing Education Telephone # (919) 934-3051 Post Office Box 2350, Smithfield, NC 27577 Fax # (919) 209-2189

Complete the registration form in full and return to the address listed above. Please print in ink or type. Course Title / Course Code: Semester

/ Location

Social Security Number

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/ Registration Fee $

/ Begin Date Date of Birth

/ End Date Sex ( ) M ( ) F Race

Name Last First Middle

Address (Street, PO Box) (City. State, Zip) County of Residence Email Address

Telephone Number (Home) Education Level : Completed High School

Employment Status:

Associate Degree

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Adult High School Diploma GED Diploma One Year Vocational Diploma Bachelor’s Degree Master’s Degree OR Highest Grade Completed

Retired Full-time Part-time - Number of hours per week Unemployed (not seeking) Unemployed (seeking)

Employer: Occupation If affiliated, name of Fire, Police, or Rescue Department Position/Rank

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING POLICIES CONCERNING YOUR REGISTRATION.

Continuing Education (CE): A student who officially withdraws (in writing) from a CE course prior to the first class meeting is eligible for a 100% refund upon request to the CE Division. A student may be eligible to receive a 75% refund of the registration fee if the student officially withdraws (in writing) from the course after the class begins but prior to the 10% census date. A student would not be entitled to receive a refund if he/she withdraws after the 10% census date of the course.

Courses offered as self-supporting, denoted by (SS) beside course title (motorcycle, BSAC, etc.) are not eligible for a refund as these programs are funded by registration fees collected. Students are eligible for a 100% refund if the class is canceled

by the College. A student may transfer ONLY ONCE (within the same semester) to another class if he/she notifies the office a minimum of one week in advance. Course Repetition Policy: Students who take an occupational course more than TWICE within a FIVE-YEAR period shall pay their cost of the course at a rate based on current contact hour value. Students shall be primarily responsible for monitoring course repetitions; however, the College shall review records and charge students full cost for courses taken more than twice. Students may repeat occupational extension courses an unlimited number of times if the repetitions are required for certification, licensure, or recertification. The above information is accurate to the best of my knowledge and I have read the Continuing Education Refund Policy and the Course Repetition Policy and understand how each applies to my registration for this course.

Student Signature Method of Payment:

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( ) Cash ( ) Check # or Money Order Enclosed (Payable to JCC) ( ) Credit Card - If paying by credit card, please provide a contact number on registration form to receive a phone call to process your payment. *No class confirmation will be mailed*


BIOTECHNOLOGY – CAREER TRAINING

Spring 2014

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BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

BioWork/AAS Bioprocess Technology For BioWork/AAS Bioprocess Technology course information contact Leslie Holston at 919-209-2593. **Information Session** JCC has scheduled required information sessions for anyone interested in Biotechnology Courses & the AAS in Bioprocess Technology degree. The sessions are held at 1:00 pm and again at 6:00 pm on the dates listed below. The sessions are FREE to attend, but registration is required. Please call the Workforce Development Center at 919-209-2591 or register online at http://jccbiotech. weebly.com. December 2 February 3

January 6 May 5

BioWork Certificate Program (Level I) - 136 hours Students who complete this 136-hour BioWork Certificate course will gain the basic skills and general knowledge needed for entry-level process technicians in Bioprocessing, Pharmaceutical, and Chemical Manufacturing, as well as, participate in the Human Resource Development aspect of the course. The course includes nine (9) modules such as Quality, Measurements, Transforming Matter, Growing Living Cells, Safety, Sterile Processes, Process Control, and Nuts and Bolts. There are exams at the end of each module. Additionally, this course will cover all aspects of the job search in the Biotechnology arena, including a job market overview, job search tools and strategies, resume preparation, and interviewing practice. Computer literacy, teamwork, time management, and problem solving are also incorporated in the course. To gain admission to the BioWork course, each student must show proficiency in reading and math skills, as indicated by the Accuplacer assessment test. In addition, interested students must attend one of the regularly scheduled Information Sessions at the Workforce Development Center. The course has limited space. Books are BioWork Volume I & II (set), and are available at the JCC Bookstore. Course Code: ISC 3200 01P Date: January 13-May 12 Time: Mon/Wed 8a-12n Holiday: January 20 Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $180 plus book Course Code: ISC 3200 02P Date: January 13-May 12 Time: Mon/Wed 6-10p Holiday: January 20 Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $180 plus book

Course Code: ISC 3200 03P Date: January 14-May 13 Time: Tues/Thurs 1-5p Holiday: April 17 Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $180 plus book Course Code: ISC 3200 04P Date: January 14-May 13 Time: Tues/Thurs 6-10p Holiday: April 17 Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $180 plus book Pathways to BioWork – 60 hours This 60-hour Pre-Biowork course focuses on the basic skills and general knowledge needed to enter the BioWork Certificate Program. It will work in the areas of career exploration, job preparation and pre-BioWork skills. To gain admission to the course, each student must have reading and math skills at the 7th grade level or higher as indicated by an assessment test. Attending an Information Session is required for admittance to Pathways to BioWork.

Course Code: HRD 3004 01P Date: February 11-April 22 Time: Tues/Thurs 6-9p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $180* * This Class is part of the Human Resources Development (HRD) program. HRD courses may be fee - waived if financial eligibility requirements are met (unemployed, underemployed, received notice of a layoff). Eligibility will be determined the first night of class.

Advanced Biomanufacturing Training (Level II) – 146 Hours This course is the next in succession to BioWork (Level I). With advanced training, you will be a step above others in knowledge level of the Biomanufacturing and increase your hiring potential! This course offers 2 separate certifications and also allows you to take the NC State Examination in Biomanufacturing. Currently, JCC is the only college that offers this combination course. Certifications include: Advanced Bioprocessing Certificate (ABC) – 64 Hours Students who complete all 6 modules (64 hours) of this advanced certificate program will gain knowledge in advanced Bioprocessing practices, including safety in Biomanufacturing environments, advanced quality systems, applied chemical processes, monitoring process variables in Biomanufacturing, applied sterile processing, and applied cell culture. This course has been customized for current industry needs. Advanced Bioprocessing Certificate Program will allow students to gain the necessary skills and knowledge needed for advanced process

technician positions in Bioprocessing, Pharmaceutical, and Chemical Manufacturing. Aseptic Training Certificate – 60 Hours This 60 hour training course prepares individuals to work as process technicians in aseptic pharmaceutical, Biomanufacturing and chemical manufacturing environments. The course encompasses gowning for aseptic environments, environmental monitoring, and product fill line operations. Students receive much hands-on application training and become comfortable with the heart of biomanufacturing: production. BioProcess Technician State Exam REVIEW COURSE – 24 Hours This 24 hour review course provides extensive review before taking the NC State Examination in Biomanufacturing, a growing requirement trend for industries. Students will be able to take the state exam in the class. Course Code: BTC 3401 01P Date: January 8-May 14 Time: Mon/Wed 6-10p Holiday: January 20 Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $180 BioWork Process Technician State Exam - Exam Fee: $55 Students who complete the BioWork Certificate Program (Level I) are eligible to take the BioWork Process Technician State Exam. All previous BioWork students are encouraged to complete this state certification. Please call 919-209-2591 for more information on registering for the exam. You must be able to provide a BioWork certificate from

JCC or another college to verify that you have completed the course.

CAREER TRAINING

For courses offered on a self-supporting basis, there are no fee exemptions allowed. All class participants must pay the registration fee. Registration fees vary depending upon the cost of the course and a minimum enrollment of students. * No refunds are permitted for withdrawal from self-supporting courses unless the College cancels the course. Self-supporting courses are noted with (SS*) beside the class title. Basic Electrical Circuits – 32 hours This course builds on the fundamentals learned in ELC 3014 Electrical Fundamentals concerning concepts of electricity and test equipment. Topics include basic DC and AC principles (voltage, resistance, current, impedance); components (resistors, inductors, and capacitors); power; and operation of test equipment. Upon completion,

Register EARLY! Late registration is discouraged. Depending upon the class, you may not be allowed to enter after the starting date.

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CAREER TRAINING

GENERAL INFORMATION: PAGE 1 students should be able to construct and analyze simple DC and AC circuits using electrical test equipment. This class is part of the Air Conditioning/Heating Servicing & Basic Repair Certificate and the Basic Manufacturing Technician Certificate. ELC 3014 51P Electrical Fundamentals is a prerequisite for this class.

Course Code: ELC 3014 52P Date: March 13-May 8 Time: Thursday 6-10p Holiday: April 17 Location: JCC Britt Building Cost: $125 plus books Conversational Spanish I - 24 Hours Learn to communicate with the growing Hispanic population. This minimal grammar class concentrates on conversational techniques and basic word phrases. Emphasis will be placed on pronunciation and oral exercises.

and certificate of completion which is valid for 2 years. This training will be held in the evening at the Workforce Development Center in Clayton. Course Code: SAF 3016 300P Date: January 28 & 29 Time: Tues/Wed 6-9p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $72.50 Electrical Fundamentals – 32 Hours This course introduces the fundamental concepts of electricity and test equipment to non-electrical/electronics majors. Topics include basic DC and AC principles (voltage, resistance, current, impedance); components (resistors, inductors, and capacitors); power; and operation of test equipment. This class is part of the Air Conditioning/ Heating Servicing & Basic Repair Certificate and the Basic Manufacturing Technician Certificate.

Course Code: FLI 3717 05P Date: March 17-May 5 Time: Monday 6-9p Location: Benson Conference Center Cost: $70 Book: Spanish Now

Course Code: ELC 3014 51P Date: January 9-February 27 Time: Thursday 6-10p Location: JCC Britt Building Cost: $125 plus books

Course Code: FLI 3717 06F Date: March 20-May 8 Time: Thursday 6-9p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $70 Book: Spanish Now

Gunsmith Tool Making – 160 Hours This course introduces the student to machining operations as they relate to the gunsmithing industry. Topics include machine shop safety, measuring tools, blueprint reading, lathes, saws, milling machines, bench grinders, water jet, layout instruments and fixture design. Upon completion the student will manufacture tools necessary for the gunsmithing trade, and will perform advanced operations of measuring, layout, drilling, sawing, turning, and milling while following safe shop practices in these manufacturing processes. GSM 3010 01F Intro to Firearms

Conversational Spanish II – 24 Hours Spanish I is a prerequisite for this class. This class will build on the concepts learned in Conversational Spanish I and include basic grammar and writing. Course Code: FLI 3717 03P Date: January 13-March 10 Time: Monday 6-9 p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $70 Book: Spanish Now Course Code: FLI 3717 04P Date: January 16-March 6 Time: Thursday 6-9p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $70 Book: Spanish Now Corporate CPR – 6 Hours JCC is now offering CPR geared towards local businesses. The class will cover adult CPR, first aid, and AED. At the end of this class, you will receive a certified CPR card

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Manufacturing is a prerequisite for this class.

Course Code: GSM 3010 01U Date: January 2-May 22 Time: Tues/Thurs 6-10p Holiday: April 17 Location: JCC Britt Building Cost: $180 plus books Intro to Firearms Manufacturing This course introduces the student to machining operations as they relate to the gunsmithing industry. Topics include machine shop safety, measuring tools, blueprint reading, lathes, saws, milling machines, bench grinders, and layout instruments. Upon completion the student will manufacture tools necessary for the gunsmithing trade, and will perform basic operations of measuring, layout, drilling, sawing, turning, and milling and follow safe practices in these manufacturing processes. 

Course Code: GSM 3010 01U Date: January 6-May 28 Time: Mon/Wed 6-10p Holiday: January 20 & April 16 Location: JCC Britt Building Fee: $180 plus books Lead Safety for Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Initial Training – 8 Hours This 8-hour initial training is for contractors who work on pre-1978 structures and disturb more than six square feet of interior painted surface or 20 square feet of exterior surface. Pre-registration is required. Book must be purchased before the day of class. The Environmental Protection Agency’s 2008 regulation of lead-safe practices requires contractors working in homes built before 1978 where children under six or pregnant women reside, to take the proper precautions to work lead-safe. These precautions include minimizing dust, containing the work area, and conducting a thorough clean up to reduce the potential exposure associated with disturbing lead-based paint. Course Code: CAR 3112 06P Date: February 4 Time: Tuesday 8a-5p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $70 plus book Course Code: CAR 3112 07P Date: April 8 Time: Tuesday 8a-5p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $70 plus book MIG Welding – 32 Hours This course introduces inert gas-shielded welding methods (MIG). Topics include correct selection of consumable and non-consumable electrodes, equipment setup, safety, and welding techniques. Upon completion, students should be able to perform inert gas welding (MIG) in flat, horizontal, and overhead positions. This class is part of the Welding Fundamentals and Principles certificate. Course Code: WLD 3106 51P Date: January 9-February 27 Time: Thursday 6-10p Location: JCC Britt Building Cost: $125 plus books Notary Public – 6 Hours This six-hour class is required for people who wish to apply through the NC Secretary of State’s Office to become commissioned. Participants must present a valid picture ID prior to entering class. Attendees must have a GED or Diploma in order to obtain a Notary commission and be

Register EARLY! Late registration is discouraged. Depending upon the class, you may not be allowed to enter after the starting date.


CAREER TRAINING – COMPUTER

Spring 2014

view courses and register online at www.johnstoncc.edu at least 18 years of age. Due to mandated course hour requirements, participants arriving 20 minutes late will not be permitted into the class. Please take notice of the location of the class. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Notary Public Guidebook for North Carolina, Tenth Edition, 2006, ISBN 978-1-56011480-2 is available at the JCC Bookstore. If your Notary is expired for less than a year, you can go to NC Secretary of State’s Notary website to obtain your reappointment online - http://www.secretary. state.nc.us/notary/ Registration information can be found at http://www. johnstoncc.edu/ceregistration.aspx or contact Shelley Gardner at 919-209-2591. Course Code: MLS 3874 01P Date: January 17 Time: Friday 8a-3p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $70 Book: $29 Course Code: MLS 3874 02P Date: February 3-4 Time: Mon/Tues 6-9p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $70 Book: $29 Course Code: MLS 3874 03P Date: February 17-18 Time: Mon/Tues 6-9p Location: Cleveland Center Book: $29 Cost: $70 Course Code: MLS 3874 04P Date: February 20 Time: Thursday 8a-3p Location: Benson Conference Center, Benson Cost: $70 Book: $29 Course Code: MLS 3874 05P Date: February 21 Time: Friday 8a-3p Location: WDC, Clayton Book: $29 Cost: $70 Course Code: MLS 3874 06P Date: March 3-4 Time: Mon/Tues 6-9p Location: Kenly Center, Kenly Cost: $70 Book: $29 Course Code: MLS 3874 07P Date: March 21 Time: Friday 8a-3p Location: WDC, Clayton Book: $29 Cost: $70

Course Code: MLS 3874 08P Date: March 24-25 Time: Mon/Tues 6-9p Location: JCC Public Safety Services Complex Cost: $70 Book: $29 Course Code: MLS 3874 09P Date: April 11 Time: Friday 8a-3p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $70 Book: $29 TIG Welding – 32 Hours This course introduces inert gas-shielded welding methods (TIG). Topics include correct selection of consumable and non-consumable electrodes, equipment setup, safety, and welding techniques. Upon completion, students should be able to perform inert gas welding (TIG) in flat, horizontal, and overhead positions. This class fulfills the requirements of the Welding Fundamentals and Principles certificate. WLD 3106 51P MIG Welding is a prerequisite for this

class.

Course Code: WLD 3106 52P Date: March 13-May 8 Time: Thursday 6-10p Holiday: April 17 Location: JCC Britt Building Cost: $125 plus books Taxidermy - Duck Course Code: TXY 3407 05P Date: April 1-May 6 Time: Tuesday 7-10p Location: Howell Woods Cost: $70 Note: Do not bring animal to first night of class. Taxidermy - Large Game Course Code: TXY 3407 03P Date: January 7-February 11 Time: Tuesday 7-10p Location: Howell Woods Cost: $70 Note: Do not bring animal to first night of class. Taxidermy - Small Game Course Code: TXY 3407 04P Date: February 18-March 25 Time: Tuesday 7-10p Location: Howell Woods Cost: $70 Note: Do not bring animal to first night of class.

COMPUTER TRAINING

For Computer Training information contact Letitia Rawlinson at 919-209-2592. Beginner’s Guide to Computer Operations - 24 Hours This course is designed for the beginner. The student will gain knowledge in computer and the Windows working environment, to include, basic computer terminology, basic file management, word processing and basic internet operations. Course Code: CAS 3020 01P Date: January 6-February 3 Time: Mon/Wed 6-9p Location: JCC Elsee Building Cost: $73 (includes $3 Technology Fee) Course Code: CAS 3020 02P Date: February 10-March 5 Time: Mon/Wed 9a-12n Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $73 (includes $3 Technology Fee) Course Code: CAS 3020 03P Date: April 7-April 30 Time: Mon/Wed 9a-12n Location: Kenly Center, Kenly Cost: $73 (includes $3 Technology Fee) Keyboarding - 24 Hours This 24 hour course is specifically for those who are seeking to learn the keyboard through touch-typing. Emphasis is placed on mastery of the keyboard. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate basic proficiency in keyboarding. Course Code: CAS 3010 01P Date: January 7-January 30 Time: Tues/Thurs 9a-12n Location: Kenly Center, Kenly Cost: $73 (includes $3 Technology Fee) Course Code: CAS 3010 02P Date: February 10-March 5 Time: Mon/Wed 6-9p Location: JCC Elsee Building Cost: $73 (includes $3 Technology Fee) Course Code: CAS 3010 03P Date: April 8-May 1 Time: Tues/Thurs 9a-12n Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $73 (includes $3 Technology Fee)

Register EARLY! Late registration is discouraged. Depending upon the class, you may not be allowed to enter after the starting date.

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COMPUTER – CORPORATE SOLUTIONS

GENERAL INFORMATION: PAGE 1 Office Applications Certificate - 90 Hours This all-in-one training course provides comprehensive instruction on three popular MS Office programs: MS Word 2010, MS Excel 2010 and MS PowerPoint 2010. Included in this course: Formatting word documents, using and creating templates, designing tables, charts and graphs, organizing and sorting data in spreadsheets, creating mathematical equations and functions, using PowerPoint themes and layouts, inserting graphics, movie-clips, animations and sound into presentations; editing, saving and printing from each application. Pre-Requisites: Keyboarding and Beginner’s Guide to Computers (recommended)

Course Code: CAS 3120 103P Date: March 28 Time: Friday 9a-4p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $71 (includes $1 technology fee)

Course Code: CAS 3120 01P Date: January 6-March 17 Time: Mon/Wed/Fri 9a-12n Location: JCC Elsee Building Cost: $185 (includes $5 Technology Fee) Book: MS Office 2010 Essentials, Labyrinth Learning

Course Code: CAS 3120 104P Date: April 11 Time: Friday 9a-4p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $71 (includes $1 technology fee)

CORPORATE SOLUTIONS

Registration information can be found at http://www. johnstoncc.edu/ceregistration.aspx or contact Shelley Gardner 919-209-2591 JCC’s Corporate Solutions wants to be the resource for all of your training needs. Partner with us to provide highcaliber corporate courses and seminars – everything your business needs to be competitive in today’s fickle economy. Our proven instructional methods increase employee productivity, help you attain corporate excellence and a solid market position. Choose from a wide variety of the training topics listed below or create customized courses to be held at our facility, or we can bring them to you! Access Level I - 6 Hours Access Level I is designed to help the course participant understand the place that a database has in our “computer lives” and feel comfortable creating the basic components needed for a good, sound, credible database. This course is necessary for those who want to lay a good foundation for a database that is a pleasure to use. Course Code: CAS 3120 102P Date: February 28 Time: Friday 9a-4p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $71 (includes $1 technology fee) Access Level II - 6 Hours Access Level II adds data validation, end-user enhancements, more advanced data manipulation and system automation to the user’s bag of tricks.

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Access Level III - 6 Hours Access Level III wraps up the basic Access topics by covering advanced queries, advanced form construction, command buttons, macros, advanced report functions, and Internet options. Level III adds functionality and safeguards, while improving the end-user interface dramatically.

Excel Level I - 6 Hours This course is the first in a series of three courses designed for individuals who will use Microsoft Excel as a tool to assist them in storing and analyzing numeric data. The topics in this course cover the critical skills necessary to create and modify a basic workbook. Don’t miss this first course – you will learn shortcuts and techniques that will blow your mind! Course Code: CAS 3050 101P Date: January 24 Time: Friday 9a-4p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $71 (includes $1 technology fee) Excel Level II - 6 Hours This course is the second in a series of three courses designed for individuals who will use Microsoft Excel as a tool to assist them in storing and analyzing numeric data. The topics in this course cover the critical skills necessary to enhance and refine a workbook. Major topics include workbooks, charts, calculations, sorting and filtering. Course Code: CAS 3050 102P Date: February 14 Time: Friday 9a-4p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $71 (includes $1 technology fee) Excel Level III - 6 Hours This course is the third in a series of courses designed for individuals who will use Microsoft Excel as a tool to assist them in storing and analyzing numeric data. The topics in this course cover the critical skills necessary to perform advanced Excel features. The major topics covered in this course will include Advanced Functions, PivotTables,

Worksheets, Consolidating Data, Analyzing Data, Protecting Data, Macros, and Import/Export Options. Course Code: CAS 3050 103P Date: March 14 Time: Friday 9a-4p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $71 (includes $1 technology fee) PowerPoint Level I - 6 Hours Make some eyeballs pop! This course is designed for individuals who need to put together effective, persuasive, graphic presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint. The topics this course will cover include getting started, creating the basic PowerPoint slides, working with drawing tools, Clip Art and WordArt, creating organization charts and data graphs, using templates and masters, and presentation options. Course Code: CAS 3050 101P Date: March 21 Time: Friday 9a-4p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $71 (includes $1 technology fee) Quickbooks 2012 – 6 Hours Are you thinking about using QuickBooks - the most popular accounting package used by small businesses across the country? Need to make sure you can create accurate and timely financials reports? Our workshop will teach you the basics of how QuickBooks works including: • Setting up the company file • Customizing templates • Setting up customers and vendors • Creating invoices, receiving payment, and making deposits • Entering and paying bills • Reconciling bank, credit card and loan accounts • And more! This hands-on workshop is taught by Jess McLamb, president of Roper Bookkeeping and a Certified QuickBooks Pro Advisor. Attendees will use 2012 QuickBooks in an interactive, hand-on learning experience. Class size is limited so register early! Lunch hour provided. Course Code: SEF 3001 200P Date: March 1 Time: Saturday 9a-4p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $125

Register EARLY! Late registration is discouraged. Depending upon the class, you may not be allowed to enter after the starting date.


CORPORATE SOLUTIONS

Spring 2014

view courses and register online at www.johnstoncc.edu Word Level 1 - 6 Hours Word Level I is a full-day, hands-on seminar designed for individuals who will need to create easy to read, eyecatching presentations of “text.” The topics in this course cover the critical skills necessary to create and modify professional-looking MS Word documents – along with shortcuts, tips and tricks to get a document off the ground. Course Code: CAS 3120 100P Date: January 31 Time: Friday 9a-4p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $71 (includes $1 technology fee) Word Level II - 6 Hours Word Level II is a full-day, hands-on seminar designed for individuals who will need to take documents to the next level. This course gives participants an in-depth look at using tables, columns, graphics, styles, mail merges, macros, and templates. Course Code: CAS 3120 101P Date: February 21 Time: Friday 9a-4p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $71 (includes $1 technology fee) Coping with Difficult People - 3 Hours What is wrong with others? Why are they so difficult? Find out how to understand and work with anyone during this collaborative seminar. Bring your horror stories – and we will work to turn them into success stories. Course Code: MLS 3224 101P Date: January 17 Time: Friday 9a-12n Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $70 Creating a Winning Presentation - 3 Hours It takes a plan, some knowledge, and extreme talent to create a winning presentation. This collaborative seminar will show you how to develop all three and create eyepopping, attention-grabbing presentations that will put you on the map! Course Code: MLS 3808 104P Date: April 25 Time: Friday 9a-12n Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $70 Foundations in Entrepreneurship - 48 Hours This course is designed for the students with active goals of starting a small business. Structured as an eight-week hybrid format course, you will have the perfect balance of face-to-face instruction and ongoing course engagement

online with the instructor and your classmates to keep you moving on the path to a successful start for your business. In eight weeks you will develop a complete business plan through an understanding and application of fundamental business planning principles. Beginning with the question of what type of business you plan to develop and the background qualifications that you possess to make that venture successful, you will define and refine your plans for products and services, marketing, management, business operations, and financial resources. Your instructor, Eric Schmieder, has over 10 years of small business ownership experience, a Masters in Entrepreneurship, and a passion for teaching others what they need to be successful. Sign up today for this unique and engaging opportunity to give your business a positive start. The hybrid format of this course requires students to actively participate in weekly face-to-face meetings on Tuesday mornings from 9:00am-12:00pm and to plan additional time throughout the week for engagement in online activities, personal research related to their business plan, and dialog with other students using the Blackboard Learning Management System. A reliable computer with access to the Internet is required of all student participants for the duration of the course. Students should possess basic computer skills and be comfortable browsing the Internet and sending and receiving e-mail. Course Code: MLS 3810 01P Date: January 9-February 27 Time: Thursday 6-9p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $125 Course Code: MLS 3810 02P Date: March 27-May 15 Time: Thursday 6-9p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $125 Managing a Nonprofit Business - 24 Hours Are you new to the nonprofit world or considering starting a nonprofit business? Have you been in nonprofit leadership for a while but have some burning questions that you have always wondered about? This course is for you! Join Sherry Harris as she explains what you need to know to effectively start, manage or participate in a nonprofit business, agency or organization.

relations, social networking) • Fund Development (fundraising, grant writing, donor relationships) • Leadership Skills and Panel Discussion Course Code: MLS 3710 01F Date: February 12-March 19 Time: Wednesday 9a-1p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $70 Running Effective Meetings - 3 Hours “Meeting” is a four-letter word. Well, maybe not, but it can be unless you know how to facilitate interesting and effective meetings. Learn new meeting tips and tricks in this collaborative seminar – and banish time-wasters forever! Course Code: MLS 3808 101P Date: February 7 Time: Friday 9a-12n Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $70 The Five Motivation Languages - 3 Hours Want to be able to motivate students, co-workers, supervisors…anyone more easily? Come to this collaborative seminar and find out how to help others “be their best” at work, at home and in the community. Course Code: MLS 3808 103P Date: April 4 Time: Friday 9a-12n Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $70 The Intergenerational Workforce - 3 Hours There are many differences between the generations walking into our workplaces worldwide. However, these differences can be benefits if we simply learn to recognize them and integrate them! This collaborative seminar will open your eyes to the bonuses of having many different generations present and contributing. Course Code: MLS 3808 102P Date: March 10 Time: Monday 9a-12n Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $70

Topics to be discussed include: • How to Start a Nonprofit Business (planning, budgeting, organizational structure) • Board Development and Governance (role, relationships, strategic planning) • Human Resources (recruiting, retaining, supervising, and releasing staff and volunteers) • Communications and Marketing (media, public

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Spring 2014

cosmetology

GENERAL INFORMATION: PAGE 1

COSMETOLOGY CE TRAINING

For courses offered on a self-supporting basis, there are no fee exemptions allowed. All class participants must pay the registration fee. Registration fees vary depending upon the cost of the course and a minimum enrollment of students. *No refunds are permitted for withdrawal from self-supporting courses unless the College cancels the course. Self-supporting courses are noted with (SS*) beside the class title.

These Cosmetology CE Training courses are designed to assist NC cosmetologists in acquiring the State required Continued Education hours. NOTE: The CE provider no longer submits the CE hours directly to State Board. The cosmetologist is responsible for keeping the certificate until the end of the renewal cycle.

Fearless Hair Color Correction & New Hair Color Trends – 8 Hours - SS* Fearless Hair Color Correction Class Objective: Upon completion, the stylist will be able to approach any hair color correction situation with an easy step-by-step process. Topics covered include: removal of ash tones, neutralizing brassiness, removal of artificial dark tones, as well as easy steps to tint-back blonde hair to brunette. New Hair Color Trends Class Objective: Upon completion, the stylist will have a new insight to the leading hair color trends that are popular in 2012. Topics covered: Foil placement, how to select the best technique for each client as well as demonstrations of interlacing, chalking, smudging and dip dye hair color. Course Code: SEF 3001 41P Date: January 13 Time: Monday 8:30a-5:15p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $65 New Haircolor Trends & Build New Business with Ease - 8 Hours - SS* New Hair Color Trends Class Objective: Upon completion, the stylist will have a new insight to the leading hair color trends that are popular in 2012. Topics covered: Foil placement, how to select the best technique for each client as well as demonstrations of interlacing, chalking, smudging and dip dye hair color. Build New Business with Ease Class Objective: Upon completion, the stylist will have the knowledge and support needed to retain current clients and add new clients to their clientele base. There will also be demonstrations of highlighting techniques. Topics covered include: Retaining clients, promotions and events to entice new clients as well as demonstrations of

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Balayage, Ombre, Hair Melting, Marbling hair color and Lacing. Course Code: SEF 3001 42P Date: February 10 Time: Monday 8:30a-5:15p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $65 Multi-Dimensional Highlighting & Fearless Color Correction - 8 Hours - SS* Multi-Dimensional Highlighting Class Objective: This course is designed to assist North Carolina cosmetologists in acquiring the NC State required Continued Education hours. Fearless Hair Color Correction Class Objective: Upon completion, the stylist will be able to approach any hair color correction situation with an easy step-by-step process. Topics covered include: removal of ash tones, neutralizing brassiness, removal of artificial dark tones, as well as easy steps to tint-back blonde hair to brunette. Course Code: SEF 3001 43P Date: March 10 Time: Monday 8:30a-5:15p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $65 Highlighting Made Easy & New Hair Color Trends - 8 Hours - SS* Highlighting Made Easy Class Objective: This course is designed to assist North Carolina cosmetologists in acquiring the NC State required Continued Education hours. New Hair Color Trends Class Objective: Upon completion, the stylist will have a new insight to the leading hair color trends that are popular in 2012. Topics covered: Foil placement, how to select the best technique for each client as well as demonstrations of interlacing, chalking, smudging and dip dye hair color. Course Code: SEF 3001 44P Date: April 14 Time: Monday 8:30a-5:15p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $65

easy step-by-step process. Topics covered include: removal of ash tones, neutralizing brassiness, removal of artificial dark tones, as well as easy steps to tint-back blonde hair to brunette. Build New Business with Ease Class Objective: Upon completion, the stylist will have the knowledge and support needed to retain current clients and add new clients to their clientele base. There will also be demonstrations of highlighting techniques. Topics covered include: Retaining clients, promotions and events to entice new clients as well as demonstrations of Balayage, Ombre, Hair Melting, Marbling hair color and Lacing. Course Code: SEF 3001 45P Date: May 12 Time: Monday 8:30a-5:15p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $65 Manicurist Licensing Class This comprehensive course provides instruction and clinical practice in manicuring, nail building (application and maintenance of artificial nails) and pedicuring. The course content includes nail anatomy, disorders of nails, and irregularities of nails; theory and salesmanship as it relates to manicuring; actual practice in manicuring; and arm, hand, and foot massage. Manicurist students must complete 300 hours in an approved beauty school or college before applying to the State Board of Cosmetic Arts for examination. Students enrolled only in manicuring shall only perform services directly relating to the prescribed course in manicuring. Note: This is a comprehensive

course to provide training for those persons interested in becoming licensed manicurists only and not desiring to become licensed cosmetologists.

Course Code: COS 3101 01U Date: January 6-May 26 Time: Monday 5-9:30p Location: JCC Wilson Building Cost: $180 Book: Milady’s Standard Nail Technology Textbook Bundle Supplies: Star Nail Student Deluxe Kit & Deluxe Practice Hand w/suction base holder

Fearless Hair Color Correction & Build New Business with Ease - 8 Hours - SS* Fearless Hair Color Correction Class Objective: Upon completion, the stylist will be able to approach any hair color correction situation with an

Register EARLY! Late registration is discouraged. Depending upon the class, you may not be allowed to enter after the starting date.


distance learning

Spring 2014

view courses and register online at www.johnstoncc.edu Nail Enhancement: Silk Wraps - 2 Hours Master the techniques of preparation & performing silk wrap services, wrap maintenance, repair, and removal. Great for the beginner or intermediate level nail technician who wants to build up speed. Whether you are just learning or would like to enhance your present knowledge regarding silk wraps you will experience hands on technique and leave with lots of education about proper sanitation and procedures. Course Code: COS 3205 01P Date: January 26 Time: Sunday 2-4pm Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $70 Specialty Makeup - 2 Hours Showcase your talent with special-event makeup techniques. Create and perfect amazing unique looks and further your career with a professional reputation in makeup artistry. Make any occasion special with exceptional flair of style and finesse. Course Code: COS 3205 02P Date: February 23 Times: Sunday 2-4p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $70 Natural Hair: Herbal Treatments and Rinses - 2 Hours Enhance the natural hair care experience with herbal treatments and rinses. Create customized blends of conditioning treatments with herbs, botanicals, vegetable oils, and essential oils. Become the professional solution to your natural hair clients with alternative chemical-free products and services. Course Code: COS 3205 03P Date: March 16 Time: Sunday 2-4p Location: JCC Wilson Building Cost: $70 Build More Confidence and Skill in Men’s Haircutting - 2 Hours Need haircutting tips for men’s haircuts? Want to learn more about fades, clipper & scissor-over-comb techniques, & enhance your texturizing knowledge? Join us for a class packed with information that defines more about layering and tapering in men’s haircutting. Learn how to create the latest and most fashionable styles that men desire today. Course Code: COS 3205 04P Date: April 6 Time: Sunday 2-4p Location: JCC Wilson Building Cost: $70

DISTANCE LEARNING

Our instructor-facilitated online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. It's no wonder that many longlasting friendships have formed in our lively discussion areas. All courses run for six weeks (with a two-week grace period at the end). Courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any course entirely from your home or office. Any time of the day or night. How to get Started: 1. Visit our Online Instruction Center: www.ed2go.com/jcc 2. Click the Courses link, choose the department and course title you are interested in and select the Enroll Now button. Follow the instructions to enroll and pay for your course. Here you will enter your e-mail and choose a password that will grant you access to the Classroom. 3. When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with your e-mail and the password you selected during enrollment. Introduction to Microsoft Excel Discover the secrets to setting up fully formatted worksheets quickly and efficiently. Creating Web Pages Learn the basics of HTML so you can design, create, and post your very own site on the Web. Accounting Fundamentals Gain a marketable new skill by learning the basics of doubleentry bookkeeping, financial reporting, and more. Speed Spanish Learn six easy recipes to glue Spanish words together into sentences, and you'll be speaking Spanish in no time. A to Z Grantwriting Learn how to research and develop relationships with potential funding sources, organize grantwriting campaigns, and prepare proposals.

Work faster and more productively with Excel's most powerful tools. Real Estate Investing Build and protect your wealth by investing in real estate. Introduction to Microsoft Access Store, locate, print, and automate access to all types of information. Introduction to Microsoft Word Learn how to create and modify documents with the world's most popular word processor. Project Management Fundamentals Gain the skills you'll need to succeed in the fast-growing field of project management. Computer Skills for the Workplace Gain a working knowledge of the computer skills you'll need to succeed in today's job market. Introduction to Dreamweaver Harness the broad range of capabilities Dreamweaver brings to Web development. Introduction to PC Troubleshooting Learn to decipher and solve almost any problem with your PC. Introduction to PowerPoint Build impressive slide presentations filled with text, images, video, audio, charts, and more. Creating Web Pages II Learn to develop polished and interactive pages complete with tables, forms, frames, audio, and CSS. Discover Digital Photography An informative introduction to the fascinating world of digital photography equipment. GRE Preparation - Part 1 Discover powerful strategies for success in the verbal and analytical sections of the GRE. For more information on Distance Learning classes call 919-464-2256!

Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach Prepare for a career in the health services industry by learning medical terminology in a memorable and enjoyable fashion. Introduction to QuickBooks Learn how to quickly and efficiently gain control over the financial aspects of your business. Grammar Refresher Gain confidence in your ability to produce clean, grammatically correct documents and speeches. Intermediate Microsoft Excel

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Spring 2014

employability skills

GENERAL INFORMATION: PAGE 1

EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS TRAINING

Human Resources Development (HRD) classes may be FEE WAIVED to qualified participants HRD Tuition and Fee Waiver: Human Resources Development (HRD) skills assessment services, employability skills training and career development activities for adults who are unemployed or underemployed. *Registration fees for the following Employability Skills classes may be fee waived for individuals who meet the following criteria: • Unemployed • Received notice of pending layoff • Working and eligible for Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (FEIT) or • Working and earn wages at or below two hundred percent (200%) of the federal poverty guidelines To sign up or get more information on Employability Skills training, contact Danielle Hussey at 919-209-2042. Basic Computer Skills - 45 Hours Students will be taught basic computer skills while developing employability skills. Focus of the class will be to improve keyboarding abilities and increase the student’s comfort level with computers. Emphasis will be on the role of technology in the workplace. No prior computer experience is necessary. *Class fee may be waived if financial

eligibility requirements are met (unemployed, underemployed, received notice of a layoff).

Course Code: HRD 3005 01P Date: February 5-February 21 Time: Wed/Thurs/Fri 9a-3p Location: JCC Elsee Building Fee: $125 if not fee waived Course Code: HRD 3005 02P (36 hours) Date: April 7-May 14 Time: Mon/Wed 6-9p Location: JCC Elsee Building Cost: $125, if not fee waived Computer Skills for Job Searching - 45 Hours This course is designed to enhance the job seeker’s ability to use technology in the job search process. The instruction presented in this class will focus on assessing one’s technology literacy, developing a basic understanding and development of moderate computer skills, using technology in implementing job search strategies, using technology in creating employment related documents (resume, cover letters, applications and electronic portfolios) and understanding the impact of social networking on employment. *Class fee may be waived if financial eligibility

requirements are met (unemployed, underemployed, received notice of a layoff).

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Course Code: HRD 3005 03P Date: March 3-March 19 Time: Mon/Tues/Wed 9a-3p Location: JCC Elsee Building Cost: $125, if not fee waived NOTE: FLASH DRIVE REQUIRED

Making the Most of Your Job Skills! – 24 Hours Individuals will set goals and a training plan in order to achieve their Career Readiness Certificate. Instruction is designed to be self-paced, self-designed using KeyTrain, a computer-based program that teaches the skills employers most want.  An instructor will be available for assistance and guidance with employability skills. *Class

Effective Strategies for Your Job Search - 3 Hours Stay one step ahead of your competition. This 3-hour workshop will provide effective tips on topics critical for a successful job search. Learn how to match your career goals with your skills and interests. Also gain some tips on creating a productive résumé, creating effective cover letters, interviewing skills, and the best way to handle difficult information. Be ready for the “elevator interview”.

fee may be waived if financial eligibility requirements are met (unemployed, underemployed, received notice of a layoff).

*Class fee may be waived if financial eligibility requirements are met (unemployed, underemployed, received notice of a layoff).

Course Code: HRD 3001 07P Date: February 18 Time: Tuesday 1-4p Location: Workforce Center, 224 Peedin Rd., Smithfield Cost: $70, if not fee waived Course Code: HRD 3001 08P Date: April 8 Time: Tuesday 1-4p Location: Workforce Center, 224 Peedin Rd., Smithfield Cost: $70, if not fee waived Hospitality Heroes – FREE – 2 Hours This online hospitality training course instructed by the Johnston County Visitors Bureau will cover the tourism industry, Johnston County as a destination, and customer service. Students will be given resources to help answer visitor questions when approached on the job and learn basic customer service techniques to promote a more positive public image, improve internal and external professional relationships and networks, establish an environment of optimum customer service, positively differentiate the organization from competition, and increase the number of new customers and retain current customers. This is an online course run through Blackboard and is opened for a month to complete the course. Please fill out the continuing education form http://www.johnstoncc. edu/pdfs/ce_regform.pdf and fax to 919-359-1176 at least 5 days before the start of class, an original signature is required to enter into the class. Course Code: SEF 3001 300P Date: February 1-28 Location: Online Cost: Free Course Code: SEF 3001 301P Date: April 1-30 Location: Online Cost: Free

Course Code: HRD 3002 01P Date: February 3-February 26 Time: Mon/Wed 6-9p Location: JCC Elsee Building Fee: $70, if not fee waived Test Date: March 3rd Course Code: HRD 3002 02P Date: April 7-April 30 Time: Mon/Wed 6-9p Location: Cleveland Center Fee: $70, if not fee waived Test Date: May 5 Résumé Writing for Job Seekers - 9 Hours In this class you will learn how to create a successful resume for your next employment and how to complete an online application and attach a resume to the file. You will learn interviewing skills needed for your next job interview. Bring your experience, educational history and reference contact information. *Class fee may be waived if financial eligibility requirements are met (unemployed, underemployed, received notice of a layoff).

Course Code: HRD 3001 01P Date: January 28-30 Time: Mon/Tues/Wed 9a-12n Location: JCC Elsee Building Cost: $70, if not fee waived Course Code: HRD 3001 02P Date: February 25-27 Time: Tues/Wed/Thurs 9a-12p Location: JCC Elsee Building Cost: $70, if not fee waived Course Code: HRD 3001 03P Date: March 25-27 Time: Tues/Wed/Thurs 9a-12p Location: WDC, Clayton Fee: $70, if not fee waived Course Code: HRD 3001 04P Date: April 29-May 1 Time: Tues/Wed/Thurs 6-9p Location: Kenly Cost: $70, if not fee waived

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small business

Spring 2014

view courses and register online at www.johnstoncc.edu Skills for a New Career - 12 Hours Can you sell yourself to potential employers? Build your self-confidence, and learn how to network and professionalism in the workplace. This class will introduce social networking, online applications, and include a self-assessment. *Class fee may be waived if financial eligibility

requirements are met (unemployed, underemployed, received notice of a layoff).

Course Code: HRD 3001 09P Date: January 21-24 Time: Tuesday-Friday 9a-12p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $70, if not fee waived Course Code: HRD 3001 10P (10 Hours) Date: February 11-12 Time: Tues/Wed 9a-3p Location: Benson Conference Center, Benson Cost: $70, if not fee waived Course Code: HRD 3001 11P Date: April 7-10 Time: Monday-Thursday 9a-12p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $70, if not fee waived

Getting these skills is very simple. Take the WorkKeys Assessments in Applied Mathematics, Locating Information and Reading for Information to obtain the Career Readiness Certificate. For more information visit http://www.crcnc.com and www.act.org/workkeys WorkKeys Test Dates & Times: All tests take place at the Workforce Development Center, Clayton and cost $10 for each assessment ($30 for all three tests). Please call Sharon Neville at 919-2092529 to schedule a testing date. 8 am - November 6 6 pm - November 20 6 pm - December 4 6 pm - January 8 1 pm - January 22 6 pm - February 5 1 pm - February 19 6 pm - March 5 1 pm - March 19 6 pm - April 2 1 pm - April 16 6 pm - April 30 1 pm - May 7 Making the Most of Your Job Skills! – 24 Hours Individuals will set goals and a training plan in order to achieve their Career Readiness Certificate. Instruction is designed to be self-paced, self-designed using KeyTrain, a computer-based program that teaches the skills employers most want.  An instructor will be available for assistance and guidance with employability skills. *Class

fee may be waived if financial eligibility requirements are met (unemployed, underemployed, received notice of a layoff).

What is the Career Readiness Certificate? The Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) is a state and national credential, signed by the Governor which confirms to employers that an individual possesses basic workplace skills in reading, applied math, and locating information – essential skills required by the vast majority of jobs today. The CRC, through the ACT WorkKeys system provides a national standardized measurement to compare employees and job applicants with established profiles. Career Readiness Certificate levels and employability:  Bronze - Core employability skills for approximately 30% of all jobs.  Silver - Core employability skills for approximately 65% of all jobs.  Gold - Core employability skills approximately 90% of all jobs.

Course Code: HRD 3002 01P Date: February 3-February 26 Time: Mon/Wed 6-9p Location: JCC Elsee Building Fee: $70, if not fee waived Test Date: March 3rd Course Code: HRD 3002 02P Date: April 7-April 30 Time: Mon/Wed 6-9p Location: Cleveland Center Fee: $70, if not fee waived Test Date: May 5 For more information or to sign up contact Danielle Hussey, Director of Career Development - 919-209-2042.

SMALL BUSINESS CENTER

The Small Business Center is located at the Johnston County Workforce Development Center in Clayton. The Center’s mission is to support the entrepreneur in business start-up and to provide assistance to existing business owners to promote their success. The Center does this by offering training, counseling and information services to the general public. Counseling is by appointment and is provided at no charge by calling 919-209-2015. Following is a list of seminars of interest to entrepreneurs and those who would like to start a small business. Register for these FREE seminars at http://www.johnstoncc.edu/ sbcregistration.aspx, by emailing saneville@johnstoncc. edu or by calling 919-209-2529. Are You Ready to Start Your Own Business? - 3 Hours This seminar is a hands-on way to learn more about entrepreneurship. It encourages participants to think like an entrepreneur while learning about small business management. By the end of the seminar, each attendee will have analyzed their reasons for considering entrepreneurship and will have assessed their capabilities to successfully create a business. Course Code: SBC 3601 01P Date: January 7 Time: Tuesday 6-9p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: Free Advertising & Marketing Your Small Business – 3 Hours Need tips to enhance your small business marketing efforts? Join a small business expert to explore tips and strategies that will set your business on a fast track for success. Course Code: SBC 3601 02P Date: January 14 Time: Tuesday 6-9p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: Free Beginning Bookkeeping & Recordkeeping for Your Small Business – 3 Hours Do you understand how to keep up with receipts, how to record information for your taxes, how to file business information, or how long to keep the information? This seminar will discuss these topics critical to small business success. Course Code: SBC 3601 03P Date: January 21 Time: Tuesday 6-9p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: Free

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Spring 2014

sMALL BUSINESS – teacher training

GENERAL INFORMATION: PAGE 1 Financing Your Small Business - 3 Hours Are you exploring financial options for starting or maintaining a small business? If so, this is a seminar that you don’t want to miss! Learn from a financial lender important information on what it takes to get funding for your business. Topics to be explored include the importance of a strong business plan, lender financing options, SB loan processes, and grant information. This seminar is a must for the savvy business owner! Course Code: SBC 3601 04P Date: January 27 Time: Monday 6-9p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: Free 10 Steps to Starting Your Own Business - 3 Hours This seminar will give you an overall understanding of the steps you need to take to make your dream venture a reality. It includes topics such as researching your market; defining your business structure; determining the needed local/state taxes, fees and licenses; developing a marketing strategy, setting up your record keeping system and writing your business plan. Course Code: SBC 3601 05P Date: February 17 Time: Monday 6-9p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: Free Course Code: SBC 3601 13P Date: May 5 Time: Monday 6-9p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: Free NC Taxes for the Small Business - 2 Hours This seminar will give information on the types of North Carolina state taxes that should be reported for a small business. Discussions will also include recordkeeping and storage time for these records.    Course Code: SBC 3601 06P Date: February 18 Time: Tuesday 6-8p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: Free Business Structures 101 - 2 Hours The structure of a business affects taxation, legal and financial liability as well as decision-making.   Before selecting a business structure, you should understand each structure and its unique legal and tax consequences. This seminar will review the various structures a business can take (sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, limited liability company, etc.) the advantages and disadvantages

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of each one, and the basic steps needed to start each type.  The presenter will also discuss some accounting requirements pertinent for all businesses and any special accounting situations related to each type. Course Code: SBC 3601 07P Date: February 24 Time: Monday 6-8p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: Free NC Sales & Use Tax for Your Small Business - 2 Hours A NCDOR agent will explain how to collect and report these taxes, who has to pay and report, calculations, and much more. Course Code: SBC 3601 08P Date: March 3 Time: Monday 6-8p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: Free Understanding Your Small Business’ IRS Tax Obligations - 2 Hours Taxation for small businesses may be simple or complex, depending on the size and business structure. This seminar will discuss the specific tax liability for each type of business. Starting with sole proprietorship we will walk through the tax cycle for business and highlight the differences between the business entities.  The presenter will focus on withholding, payroll taxes and the proper forms needed for income taxes. Be informed regarding your business’ tax obligation! Course Code: SBC 3601 09P Date: March 10 Time: Monday 6-8p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: Free How to Write a Business Plan - 3 Hours A strong business plan is a critical part of small business success. If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. This workshop covers the basics you need to put together a business plan that will assist you with start-up and funding your business. Course Code: SBC 3601 10P Date: March 17 Time: Monday 6-9p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: Free

Labor Issues In Your Small Business - 2 Hours A NCDOR agent will discuss labor issues that can occur in your small business including the difference between the hourly employee and contracted labor. Other labor issues will also be discussed. Course Code: SBC 3601 11P Date: March 24 Time: Monday 6-8p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: Free Basic Bookkeeping for Your Small Business - 3 Hours Do you know the basic bookkeeping methods needed to run a business? Join this session to learn from an expert what it takes to effectively manage the finances of your business. Course Code: SBC 3601 12P Date: March 31 Time: Monday 6-9p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: Free

TEACHER TRAINING

For course information contact Heidi Harris at 919-2092159. Students MUST register at least 5 days in advance for these classes. For registration information visit http://www. johnstoncc.edu/ceregistration.aspx.

Early Educator Certification (EEC) Renewal CEU courses Johnston Community College Early Childhood Education (JCC) is launching the next “era” of continuing education (CEU) courses for early care and education professionals. The courses are 100% online and are 5 contact hours in length for a total of .5 CEUs. Students are able to complete the course on their own time for up to two weeks! (Please note BSAC is only one week in length.) You do not have to be a JCC student to take these courses. You must register at least five business days before the first class. Costs range from $25-$30. Additional information and the link to the registration form can be found on the JCC Early Childhood Education CEU page at: http://www. johnstoncc.edu/ecrenewalcertificate.aspx BSAC (Basic School-Age Care) - 5 Hours Johnston Community College is the first college in North Carolina to offer BSAC on-line. The state of North Carolina requires BSAC training for school-age professionals who plan and ensure the implementation of daily activities or supervise groups of school-age children in licensed child care programs. The modules in BSAC will cover the elements of quality care, child development, positive guidance, age appropriate activities, environmental design,

Register EARLY! Late registration is discouraged. Depending upon the class, you may not be allowed to enter after the starting date.


teacher training

Spring 2014

view courses and register online at www.johnstoncc.edu health/safety, nutrition, and NC Child Care Regulations. Students will get the same information as a face to face class, but through distance learning. Course Code: SEF 3001 145P Date: January 27-February 3 Time: On-line Cost: $20 Course Code: SEF 3001 146P Date: February 24-March 3 Time: On-line Cost: $20 Course Code: SEF 3001 147P Date: March 24-March 31 Time: On-line Cost: $20 Course Code: SEF 3001 148P Date: April 21-April 28 Time: On-line Cost: $20 Social & Emotional: Nurturing and responsive relationships – 5 Hours We will discover that supportive, responsive relationships among adults and children are an essential component to promote healthy social emotional development in all children. As educators, we know that children learn by achieving sense of self, taking responsibility for self and others, and behaving in a pro-social way. This session will explore the various stages in social/emotional development in young children (birth through age eight) and will encourage participant to utilize this knowledge in creating a positive social & emotional “classroom community” in their own classrooms. Course Code: SEF 3001 153P Date: January 20-February 3 Time: On-line Cost: $30 Health & Safety in ECE – 5 Hours This 5 hour (.5 CEU credit) online course was designed to inform the participant of state mandated and best practice health and safety issues regarding young children in early childhood education settings. Students will learn about health factors (physical health, child nutrition, vaccinations, and environmental health) and safety factors (environmental safety, fire safety, general first aid, and external elements) that affect the child while in structured child care. Upon completion, students should be able to compare/contrast environmental characteristics concerning health and safety, explain specific environmental factors that impact development, and identify strategies for enhancing health and safety within the early childhood classroom. This course will be taught as

an online course and can be accessed via Blackboard. All tasks, discussion boards, and assignments will be located online. ALL students assume the responsibility of securing appropriate and reliable technology to complete the course requirements. Course Code: SEF 3001 149P Date: February 17-February 28 Time: On-line Cost: $30 Challenging Behavior – 5 Hours This 5 hour (.5 CEU credit) online course was designed to help the participant to understand and manage challenging behaviors of children from birth to twelve. The focus of the module will be causes and factors of misbehavior. The factors that will be considered are the environment, expectations, health of the child, and the reasons for the behavior. Course Code: SEF 3001 150P Date: March 17-March 31 Time: On-line Cost: $30 Leadership in Early Care and Education - 5 Hours Someone once said, “Real leaders are ordinary people, with extraordinary determination.” Becoming a leader is a developmental process that takes time and practice. This session is designed to explore practical ways for improving staff performance, increasing morale and retention through empowerment and leadership skills. This session is designed especially for directors, administrators and professionals working on behalf of children in early care and education settings. Course Code: SEF 3001 151P Date: April 14-April 30 Location: On-line Cost: $30 Family Partnerships - 5 Hours What are the characteristics of a typical “modern family”? No longer is the typical family a mom, dad and two children. The typical family can be a grandmother raising her grandchildren, a single parent home, children of divorce, two working parents, etc. In this 5 hour (.5 CEU) online course, students will recognize how effective partnerships between families and staff are built, analyze types of communication skills, and list characteristics and reflect on personal challenges of today’s families in the early care and education field.

Teacher Training Effective Teacher Training for Substitutes - 12 Hours Would you like to be a substitute in the public schools, but you’ve never had training? This course provides training in presentation skills, learning expectations, monitoring student interactions, social interactions, and time management. *Johnston County School candidates must check with the Board of Education before taking the on-line class option.

Course Code: EDU 3002 01P Date: January 7-January 28 Time: Tuesday 1-4p Location: JCC Learning Resource Center Cost: $70 Course Code: EDU 3002 02P Date: February 3-February 24 Time: Monday 1-4p Location: JCC Learning Resource Center Cost: $70 Course Code: EDU 3002 03P Date: February 3-February 24 Location: On-line Cost: $70 Course Code: EDU 3002 04P Date: March 4-March 25 Time: Tuesday 1-4p Location: JCC Learning Resource Center Cost: $70 Course Code: EDU 3002 05P Date: March 4-March 25 Location: On-line Cost: $70 Course Code: EDU 3002 06P Date: April 7-April 28 Time: Monday 1-4p Location: JCC Learning Resource Center Cost: $70 Course Code: EDU 3002 07P Date: April 7-April 28 Location: On-line Cost: $70 Course Code: EDU 3002 08P Date: May 6-May 27 Time: Tuesday 1-4p Location: JCC Learning Resource Center Cost: $70

Course Code: SEF 3001 152P Date: April 28-May 12 Location: On-line Cost: $30

Register EARLY! Late registration is discouraged. Depending upon the class, you may not be allowed to enter after the starting date.

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truck driver – workforce academy

GENERAL INFORMATION: PAGE 1 Pathways to Teacher Assistant - 48 Hours This class is designed to fulfill 48 of the 96 hours of continuing education credits as well as the WorkKeys Skills assessments necessary in order to be “highly qualified” and employable by Johnston County’s Title One schools. This class includes skills reviews in the areas of Reading for Information, Applied Mathematics, Locating Information, and Writing. The course also includes basic training on the computer. Please note that this is a hybrid class with 3 hours of face to face instruction and 3 hours of on-line instruction per week. Tuition and fee may be waived for individuals who meet the following criteria: working and eligible for Federal Earned Income Tax Credit, or working and earning wages at or below two hundred percent (200%) of the federal poverty guidelines. In order to regis-

ter, students will need to schedule a brief information session with Heidi Harris at 919-209-2159.

Course Code: HRD 3004 19P Date: March 17-May 12 Time: Monday 5:30-8:30p Location: JCC Learning Resource Center Cost: $125 TA Training One - 48 Hours This class is designed to fulfill the remaining 48 hours of the 96 hours of continuing education credits necessary in order to be “highly qualified” and employable by Johnston County’s Title One schools. This class focuses on skills needed in the classroom such as classroom management, EC issues and laws, discipline, and communication. Pathways to Teacher Assistant is the pre-requisite for this class. Please note that this is a hybrid class with 3 hours of face to face instruction and 3 hours of on-line instruction per week. Course Code: EDU 3010 01U Date: May 19-July 7 Time: Monday 5:30-8:30p Location: JCC Learning Resource Center Cost: $125

TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING

For more information on Truck Driver Training classes please call 919-464-2331 or 919-989-7007. Refresher Training for Truck Drivers - 40 Hours - SS* This 40 hour course is a refresher for former truck drivers wanting to re-enter the workforce. The course includes review of Federal Regulations required for entry level drivers, pre-trip inspections, backing maneuvers, and highway driving. Participants must hold a current Class-A CDL, with no restriction for air-brakes, and a valid DOT medical card. A pre-enrollment drug screen is required as well as a 3-year MVR with no conviction in the past 2 years for DUI, careless and reckless, hit and run, or refusal to take a chemical test. You must pre-register at least one week prior to the beginning of class.

Course Code: TRA 3605 01P Date: January 21-22 Time: Tuesday-Wednesday 8a-3p Location: WDC Clayton Cost: $70

Course Code: SEF 3001 80P Date: January 13-16 Time: Monday-Thursday 7a-6p Location: JCC TDT Building Cost: $650

The WORKFORCE ACADEMY information session will be held at the Workforce Development Center in Clayton on the following dates from 6-8pm. To pre-register for the information session, please call 919-209-2591.

Course Code: SEF 3001 82P Date: February 3-6 Time: Monday-Thursday 7a-6p Location: JCC TDT Building Cost: $650 Course Code: SEF 3001 84P Date: March 3-6 Time: Monday-Thursday 7a-6p Location: JCC TDT Building Cost: $650 Course Code: SEF 3001 86P Date: April 7-10 Time: Monday-Thursday 7a-6p Location: JCC TDT Building Cost: $650 Course Code: SEF 3001 88P Date: May 5-8 Time: Monday-Thursday 7a-6p Location: JCC TDT Building Cost: $650 CDL Test Preparation Course - 12 Hours This 12-hour course is a preparation class for individuals wanting to take the written tests required to obtain a CDL Class A or B learner’s permit. The class includes instruction and review of General Knowledge, Air Brakes, and Combination Vehicle sections of the North Carolina Commercial Driver’s Manual. Participant must be at least 18 years old, be able to read, write, and speak English at a level well enough to benefit from the course, and provide

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proof of identity as required by Section 1.4 of the Driver’s Manual. Participant must bring current copy of the Driver’s CDL Manual (available from DMV office) to class.

Course Code: TRA 3605 02P Date: March 25-26 Time: Tuesday-Wednesday 8a-3p Location: WDC Clayton Cost: $70

WORKFORCE ACADEMY

December 9

March 3

Recipe for Success/Cybercafé Johnston Community College is partnering with Johnston County Industries, Johnston Health, and Capital Area Workforce to offer this Culinary Training program. This 11 week program provides dislocated workers the opportunity to pursue a career in the food service industry (the 5th largest job growth industry in Johnston County). Upon completion of this course, students will receive the ServSafe certification, a nationally recognized certification in food handling. Note: To be eligible for this program, students must meet underemployed or dislocated worker eligibility.

Course Code: HOS 3075 04P Date: January 21-April 14 Time: Monday-Thursday 8:30a-4p Location: Johnston Medical Mall, Smithfield Cybercafé Human Services Certificate This course provides the information and strategies necessary to develop a clear understanding of the knowledge required to be successful within an entry-level position in the field of human services. Topics include the history of human services, diverse populations, ethical standards, communication, NCFAST technology, career exploration and goal setting. For more information contact Letitia Rawlinson at 919-209-2592.

Course Code: MLS 3012-01P Date: January 9-February 20 Time: Tues/Thurs 6-9p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $125

Register EARLY! Late registration is discouraged. Depending upon the class, you may not be allowed to enter after the starting date.


personal safety – public health & safety

Spring 2014

view courses and register online at www.johnstoncc.edu DALT - Developing a Lifelong Trade The DALT program provides career opportunities for young adults while simultaneously providing an additional avenue of hiring to meet the needs of local business and industry employers. DALT will enhance existing partnerships with local employers, the schools system, and community agencies by focusing on the manufacturing/ distribution/ assembly needs and opportunities. Participants in the DALT program will receive training in problem solving, communication, interviewing, resume writing, computer skills, and an understanding of safety, and manufacturing operations. Course Code: MNT 3111 02P Date: November 18-February 26 Time: Monday-Thursday 9a-4p Location: JCC Elsee Building Real Estate Broker Pre-Licensing Participants are required to obtain a Career Readiness Certificate to be eligible to enroll in this course. This requirement can be completed by taking the three ACT WorkKeys Assessment tests for the three subject areas: Reading for Information, Applied Mathematics, and Locating Information. A certificate or proof of levels completed must be presented at the time of registration with scores of Reading for Information - Level 5; Applied Mathematics - Level 5; Locating Information - Level 4.

PERSONAL SAFETY

Allied Health and CNA Programs For more information on Allied Health and CNA Programs please call 919-464-2355.

Conceal Carry Handgun Training – SS* This course will explain the aspects of the North Carolina Concealed Carry Handgun law as it applies to the rights of the citizen to carry a concealed handgun and to apply the fundamentals of safety and basic marksmanship. Participants will be required to take a shooting proficiency test. This class will give you the certification you need to obtain a concealed carry permit from your sheriff’s office.

C.N.A Programs Orientation and Registration 11/14 & 12/4 at 9:00 am

Students will need to bring a handgun with belt and holster, hearing protection, shooting glasses and 100 rounds of ammunition. Students are required to wear closed toed shoes and a baseball style cap. Long pants are recommended. Students should bring $1.00 to pay for their certificates.

C.N.A. I Nursing Assistant Level I provides basic personal care training for individuals seeking employment in hospitals, nursing homes, doctor’s offices and home health agencies. This 160-hour course prepares the student to take the State Certification Examination. The course involves classroom, laboratory practice, and clinical experiences. Upon completion of the course, the student will be provided a certificate, a testing handbook, and information on the application process for the State Certification Examination. The student is responsible for mailing the application and fee to Pearson VUE for State Written and Hands-On Nurse Aide Competency Examination. Upon passing the State Certification examination, the nurse aide will be certified and placed on the N.C. Nurse Aide Registry. Please visit the Johnston Community College website – http://www.johnstoncc.edu – for current information regarding course offerings and registration. For additional information, contact the Administrative Assistant at (919) 464-2368.

In addition, it is recommended to bring a hat/cap, water, sun block and bug spray. Students may want to bring a bag lunch since there is limited restaurant availability in the area. These classes are held at the Howell Woods Environmental Learning Center. Preregistration is required. For more information check the website http://www. johnstoncc.edu/concealedcarry.aspx.

Date: January 21-April 22 Time: Tues/Thurs 6:30-9:30p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $180 Book: At JCC’s Barnes and Noble Bookstore

Defensive Driving Programs If you have been charged with a traffic violation, you may be eligible to take one of the Defensive Driving programs offered at Johnston Community College.

Wastewater Treatment Operator I & II This course is designed to provide the individual with a general knowledge of the operation of wastewater treatment systems. The course will provide the individual with knowledge of the laws and regulations related to wastewater treatment systems operation, equipment usually employed in such plants, and the ability to describe the general maintenance requirements for such equipment. This course is designed to assist the individual in preparation for the North Carolina Water Pollution Control System Operators Certification Commission (WPCSOCC) Examination.

Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving (ADD) – 8 Hour (Also known as Red School) DDC-ADD is an 8-hour course that addresses the attitudes and behaviors of the negligent driver.  Interactive exercises, lectures, visuals, and thought provoking discussions are used to teach responsibility on the road.

Course Code: WAT 3100 01P Date: January 30-May 8 Time: Thursday 6-10p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $180

PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY

For Personal Safety class information contact Audra Luckham at 919-464-2369.

Two defensive driving courses are offered:

StreetSafe You may be eligible for this class is you are 16-21 years of age and have not previously taken it within the past three years. For more information, contact JCC Defensive Driving Coordinator – (919) 209-2213 Motorcycle Safety Education Two courses in the North Carolina Motorcycle Safety Education Program are offered through Johnston Community College. For more information on classes visit our website at http://www.johnstoncc.edu/motorcycleridercourses.aspx

Allied Health programs (i.e. EKG, Phlebotomy) Orientation and Registration 11/14 & 12/4 at 2:00pm

Course Code: NUR 3240 01P Date: January 13-March 6 Time: Mon/Tues/Thurs 8:30a-16:00p Course Code: NUR 3240 02P Date: January 15-March 10 Time: Mon/Wed/Fri 8:30a-16:00p Course Code: NUR 3240 03P Date: January 13-May 1 Time: Mon/Thurs 17:00-21:00p Saturdays – 2/8, 2/22, 3/2, 3/22, 4/5 & 4/26 – Day hours TBA Course Code: NUR 3240 04P Date: January 16-May 6 Time: Tues/Thurs 17:30-21:30p Saturdays – 1/25, 2/15, 3/2, 3/15 & 4/5 – Day hours TBA Course Code: NUR 3240 05P Date: March 17-May 8 Time: Mon/Wed/Fri 8:30a-16:00p Course Code: NUR 3240 06P Date: March 18-May 12 Time: Mon/Tues/Thurs 8:30a-16:00p

Register EARLY! Late registration is discouraged. Depending upon the class, you may not be allowed to enter after the starting date.

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Spring 2014

public health & safety

GENERAL INFORMATION: PAGE 1 C.N.A.II This 160-hour course meets the requirements of the N.C. Board of Nursing for listing on the Nurse Aide II Registry. The student will learn sterile techniques with wound care, tracheostomy care, catheter care, glucose testing, oxygen therapy, IVs, and tube feedings/nutrition. Please visit the Johnston Community College website – http:// www.johnstoncc.edu – for current information regarding course offerings and registration. For additional information, contact the Administrative Assistant at (919) 464-2368. Course Code: NUR 3241 01P Date: January 14-April 24 Time: Tues/Thurs 8:30a-15:00p Course Code: NUR 3241 02P Date: January 13-May 1 Time: Mon/Wed 17:00-21:00p Saturdays – 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, 3/8, 4/5 & 5/1 – Day hours TBA Medication Aide This 24-hour course meets the requirements of the N.C. Board of Nursing. The course involves class and laboratory practice involving the five rights of medication administration, accuracy, infection control, privacy, patient rights, and scope of practice (no injections, no clinical). Upon completion of the program, the student is eligible to make application (fee required) to take the Medication Aide Certification Examination and be listed on the N.C. Board of Nursing Medication Aide Registry. Upon completion of the course and successfully completing the certification examination, the individual will be able to administer medications in a Skilled Nursing Home. (This is not the same requirement as Medication Tech for Assistive Living or Rest Homes – contact Social Service Adult Care Section for medication tech information). Please visit the Johnston Community College website – http://www.johnstoncc.edu – for current information regarding course offerings and registration. For additional information, contact the Administrative Assistant at (919) 464-2368. Course Code: PHM 4100 01P Date: March 10-March26 Time: Mon/Wed 1730-2130p

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EKG Monitor Technician This 72 hour course provides the student training to interpret cardiac heart rhythms in a telemetry unit setting in a clinic or hospital. Course serves as a prerequisite for certification as a 12 Lead EKG Technician. Please visit the Johnston Community College website – http://www. johnstoncc.edu – for current information regarding course offerings and registration. For additional information, contact the Administrative Assistant at (919) 464-2368. Course Code: NUR 3267 01P Date: January 15-March 19 Time: Wednesday 8:30a-16:00p EKG Certification Course Code: NUR 3268 01U Date: March 26-May 21 Time: Wednesday 8:30a-15:00p Nurse Aide Refresher The 42-hour Nurse Aide Refresher course provides a review and hands-on skills practice for the individual with an expired nurse aide certification less than 5 years, and the out-of-state nurse aide desiring to be listed on the N.C. Nurse Aide Registry. This class is not designed to teach the entire Nurse Aide Level I Course but a review of previously learned skills and prepare the student for the State Certification Examination for nurse aides. Out of state Nurse Aides desiring to only challenge the N.C. Nurse Aide Competency Examination should go to the website: www.ncnar.org and click on Pearson VUE Testing, then click on Nurse Aide Exam for Application, Testing handbook, Testing sites, and Practice exam. Please visit the Johnston Community College website – http:// www.johnstoncc.edu – for current information regarding course offerings and registration. For additional information, contact the Administrative Assistant at (919) 464-2368. Course Code: NUR 3242 01P Date: February 6-March6 Time: Thursday 9a-12n

Mammography Initial Seminar This 30.5 hour program is the Initial Training required for Radiology Tech desiring to administer Mammograms. Classes are held in the Radiology Department in the Health Science Building. Classes involve theory and positioning techniques (no clinical). Upon completion of the program, students will perform, with their employer, the required 100 Mammograms (student’s responsibility) which are required to apply for the Certification Examination. The course is approved through the ASRT (American Society of Radiologic Technologists). Students may purchase a Mammography Handbook from JCC Bookstore, Community Development shelf, or call bookstore for cost at (919) 209-2225. Please visit the Johnston Community College website – http://www.johnstoncc. edu – for current information regarding course offerings and registration. For additional information, contact the Administrative Assistant at (919) 464-2368. Course Code: RAD 2100 01U Date: June 7, 8, 14, 15 Time: Sat/Sun 8a-17:00p Phlebotomy This 220-hour course provides the student training to obtain blood and other specimens for the purpose of laboratory analysis. Graduates receive a certificate of completion and may work in hospitals, clinics, physician’s offices, and other health care settings. Upon completion, the student is eligible to take the National Certification test (fee required). Please visit the Johnston Community College website – http://www.johnstoncc.edu – for current information regarding course offerings and registration. For additional information, contact the Administrative Assistant at (919) 464-2368. Course Code: MLA 3022 02P Date: January 14-May 14 Time: Tues/Wed 18:00-22:00p (Clinical times TBA) Course Code: MLA 3022 01U Date: March 17-July 15 Time: Mon/Thurs 18:00-22:00p (Clinical times TBA)

Course Code: NUR 3242 02P Date: April3-May 8 Time: Thursday 9a-12n

Register EARLY! Late registration is discouraged. Depending upon the class, you may not be allowed to enter after the starting date.


EMS EDUCATION

Spring 2014

view courses and register online at www.johnstoncc.edu

EMS EDUCATION

For more information on EMS Education classes please call 919-464-2351 or 919-464-2353. Tuition Waiver Rescue and EMS may qualify for tuition waiver (Registration Fee) To receive tuition waiver: Ø Fire & EMS personnel must be listed on an official Johnston County agency roster. Provide a copy of the current roster at registration. Roster must include position and the current year. Ø Out-Of-County Fire and EMS personnel must provide at registration a letter on official department letter head that includes documentation of active membership, position and that this course is necessary for your job. One letter can list multiple members from an agency. Ø Without proper documentation at registration will result in tuition payment before student will be allowed to register for class. This may affect guaranteeing you a slot in class. **Private owned agencies and non-emergency transport services do not qualify for tuition waiver** Information on Available Courses: For more information visit our web site at www. johnstoncc.edu; go to continuing education and then to Emergency Medical Services or http://www.johnstoncc.edu/emstrainingandeducation.aspx Emergency Medical Dispatch – 40 Hours 40 hour Emergency Telecommunicator Classes are offered at Johnston Community College. Please check the website for postings. EMD Continuing education classes are offered on a quarterly basis. Please check the website for postings. Medical Responder (MR) to EMT Medical Responder to EMT Initial classes are offered through area Fire Dept. and industries on an as needed basis. This course meets require­ments for the NCOEMS and upon successful completion of the class, the student is eligible to sit for the NC Basic EMT exam. Start Date: TBA Time: 7-10pm Location: Four Oaks Fire Department Cost: $200 = $180.00 + $17.50 (Clinical Insurance Fee) + $2.50 (CPR Card) Required Resource Materials: AAOS Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick & Injured

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-Basic) Night Emergency Medical Technician is offered at least 2 times per year. The class meets every Tuesday and Thursday night, with some weekends. This course meets requirements for the NCOEMS and National Registry standards. Upon successful completion of the class, the student is eligible to sit for the NC EMT Basic examination. 12 hours of clinical is required. Classes begin every spring and fall semesters.

consid­ered on a case by case basis. This class meets the requirements for NCOEMS and National Reg­istry Standards. After successful completion of the class, the student is eligible to sit for the NC EMT-Intermediate/AEMT examination. There are 96 hours of clinical contact hours that must be completed. Successful completion of class offers certifications in PHTLS. Please contact Jeremy Beal at 919-464-2353, program administra­tor for details.

Orientation/Registration: December 11 - 9a-12n or 7-10p To register for orientation call 919-464-2351 or 919-464-2353.

Orientation/Registration: December 10 - 9a-12n To register for orientation call 919-464-2351 or 919-464-2353.

Course Begins: January 7 Time: Tues/Thurs 7-10p (some weekend classes) Location: JCC PSSC Building Cost: $200 = $180.00 + $17.50 (Clinical Insurance Fee) + $2.50 (CPR Card) Required Resource Materials: AAOS Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick & Injured; EMT Premier Package Emergency Medical Technician - Day (EMT-Basic) This course meets requirements for the NCO­EMS. Upon successful completion of the class, the student is eligible to sit for the NCEMT Examination. 12 clinical hours must be com­pleted for this class. Orientation/Registration: December 11 - 9a-12n or 7-10p To register for orientation call 919-464-2351 or 919-464-2353. Course Begins: January 8 Time: Wednesday 8:30a-5:30p (some Saturday classes) Location: Clayton Fire Department Cost: $200 = $180.00 + $17.50 (Clinical Insurance Fee) + $2.50 (CPR Card) Required Resource Materials: AAOS Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick & Injured; EMT Premier Package Emergency Medical Technician- Intermediate – 296 Hours Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate is a 296 hour program (200 hours didactic; 96 clinical hours). This class is offered on a “shift-friendly” schedule. The student is required to come to class one day per week; Tuesday or Wednesday. There are some Saturday and Sunday classes per outline. The student will be given a syllabus at the first day of class to meet weekend class scheduling requirements. The weekend classes are mandatory. This course is accelerated. EMT Basic’s with at least one year of experience are eligible, EMT’s with less experience are

Course Begins: January 7 Time: Tuesday or Wednesday; 8:30a-5:30p Location: JCC PSSC Building Cost: $ 212.50 = $180.00 + $17.50 (Clinical Insurance Fee) + $15.00 (PHTLS Card) Book: AAOS Advanced Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured, Second Edition; AEMT Premier Package Other books required: PHTLS Emergency Medical Technician – Paramedic – 1130 Hours The EMT-Paramedic is the highest level of training in the pre-hospital setting. Students are trained in the use of complex medical equipment, such as EKG’s, and are capable of administering medication, both orally and intravenously. Students receive certifications in numerous additional practices such as ACLS, PALS, AMLS, and PHTLS. Students learn the necessary skills needed in today’s ever evolving medical field to recognize, treat, and reverse life threatening conditions. The paramedic course is a year-long course divided into two divisions with a total of 1,132 hours; 632 classroom hours, 500 clinical hours. Students attend a shift friendly schedule meaning classes meet once a week, either Monday or Thursday 8:30am – 5:30pm. There will be mandatory weekend classes scheduled. Please contact Jeremy Beal or Robin Gurgainus for details at 919-464-2353 or 919-464-2351. Date: May 19 Time: Monday or Thursday 8:30a-5:30p Location: JCC PSSC Building Cost: $180 (This is a two division course: $180.00 will be due during the second division. Total registration for this class is $355.00) ($39.02 for Certification cards) Book: AAOS Nancy Caroline’s Emergency Care in the Streets, 7th Edition Volume 1 and 2 plus workbook Other books required: ACLS, PEPP/PALS, PHTLS

Register EARLY! Late registration is discouraged. Depending upon the class, you may not be allowed to enter after the starting date.

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EMS EDUCATION

GENERAL INFORMATION: PAGE 1 Anatomy & Physiology (EMS 3000) required course before completing the EMT-Paramedic initial course 92 hour course that is a comprehensive study of the anatomy and physiology of the human body. Topics include the structure, function, and inter­relationship of organ systems with emphasis on the processes which maintain homeostasis. This class is a co-requisite with the Emergency Medi­cal Technician – Paramedic course. The class will be offered on-line, but will have two face to face 8 hour sessions; one 8 hour orientation day and one 8 hour lab day. Please contact Jeremy Beal for more information at 919-464-2353. Date: January 10 - Friday Location: JCC PSSC Building Cost: $180 Book: Brady Anatomy & Physiology for Emergency Care, 2/E, ISBN-10: 0132342987; ISBN-13: 9780132342988. Books are available through JCC Bookstore and other on-line vendors. Tactical Medical Operator – 48 Hours Tactical Medical Operator is a 5-day, 48 hour; hands on intensive program which will address current issues faced by both law enforcement and emergency medical services in the tactical environment. Recent events such as Aurora, Col­orado, the North Hollywood Bank shootout, and Virginia Tech are challenging to the current rela­ tionship between law enforcement and EMS. In addition, the expanding role of law enforcement in combating terrorism after 9/11 has put those on the front lines into more potentially explo­sive and dangerous situations. The program will provide an introduction to the philosophy behind tactical operational medical support and high­light the efforts of the EMT’s, paramedics, doc­tors, and military medics that are pioneering this developing field within emergency medicine. Date: TBA Time: 8:00a Location: JCC PSSC Building Cost: $125 Continuing Education for EMS Providers Continuing education classes are taught in com­pliance with the Johnston County Emergency Services Plan and the North Carolina Office of EMS guidelines for re-credential. Classes are taught at Johnston County EMS departments and Fire Department according to the schedule posted on the EMS Education website. http://www. johnstoncc.edu/emstrainingandeducation.aspx

National Registry Refresher NR Transition Course NC State Paramedic Refresher EMS Education offers continuing education courses that are consistent with National Reg­istry requirements for both National Registry Paramedic recertification and exam preparation. CPR-Healthcare Provider Johnston Community College offers CPR at the Healthcare Provider level, the second and fourth Saturday of each month. The class covers adult, child, and infant CPR, choking, AED. This class meets requirements for EMT’s, EMTIntermedi­ates, EMT-Paramedics, nurses, MD’s, Physician’s Assistants, Daycare workers and CNA students and/or nursing or sonography students. The class fills quickly, so pre-registration is a require­ment. To pre-register for the

class, please down­load a registration form from our website or call 919-209-2522.

Time: 8a-5p Location: JCC PSSC Building Cost: $70 (Registration is non-refund­able) Cost of CPR card: $2.50 American Heart Association Classes Johnston Community College also offers ACLS, PALS and CPR Instructor courses. For class offer­ing information on AHA classes, please check our website for listings - http:// www.johnstoncc.edu/emstrainingandeducation.aspx. Contact Mark Holloman at 919-464-2364. Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support Classes Johnston Community College also offers PHTLS, Refresher and Instructor courses. For class offer­ing information on PHTLS classes, please check our website for listings http://www.johnstoncc.edu/emstrainingandeducation. aspx. Contact Mick Stewart at 919-464-2359. TCCC (Tactical Combat Casualty Care) This course introduces evidence-based, life saving techniques and strategies for providing the best trauma care on the battlefield under the auspices of the PHTLS program. It is the only TCCC course endorsed by the American College of Surgeons. This certification course is 24 hours in length and is sponsored by the NAEMT. JCC offers this course bi-annually in the spring and fall of each year.

Gang Awareness This one day course is designed to aid public safety personnel in recognition of gang symbols and colors as well as gang member traits, characteristics, and customs. Instructors are local law enforcement personnel trained extensively in gang recognition. Gang awareness is critical to our EMS, Fire, and LE personnel as more and more gangs are represented both locally as well as state and nationwide. This course is offered year round. More information can be found on our web site.   Clandestine Drug Lab Awareness This one day course is designed to aid public safety personnel in the recognition of clandestine drug labs to include mobile and stationary methamphetamine labs as well as indoor and outdoor marijuana growth operations. As the number of clandestine drug labs increase, so does the risk to the public as well as our EMS, Fire, and LE personnel when responding to and treating victims. The instructor for this course is a Special Agent with the State Bureau of Investigations who specializes in Clandestine Drug Lab response as well as investigations and disposal. This course is offered year round. More information can be found on our web site. Educational Methodology Educational Methodology is offered twice per year. This course meets the established guide­lines for DOI Fire Instructor and NCOEMS Level I and II Instructor. Instructor Updates, Training Officers, and Preceptor Course Continuing education for credentialed instructors is offered periodically with postings to the web­site; http:// www.johnstoncc.edu/emstrainingandeducation.aspx; go to continuing edu­cation and then to Emergency Medical Services. Instructor updates are consistent with NCOEMS requirements. Training Officer courses for both BLS level pro­gram (fire departments) and ALS level programs (EMS) through coordination with the EMS Para­medic Coordinator. Contact Jeremy Beal at 919-464-2353 or jwbeal@johnstoncc.edu. Johnston County Preceptor courses are offered periodically or by request to the Director of EMS Education at 919-464-2351, or rrgurgainus@ johnstoncc.edu.

 

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COMMUNITY PROGRAMS ARBORETUM

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COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

Contact Nikki Sanders for supply lists for individual classes – 919-464-2421

Arboretum Classes & Activities Bees, Birds and Butterflies – 2 Hours Gardens filled with song, butterfly wings, buzzing, and beautiful color often mean growing plants to support the wildlife we love.  Learn how to create an attractive garden.  This “hands-on” workshop will provide participants with starter plants for their own wildlife sanctuary. Course Code: CSP 4000 100P Date: January 10 Time: Friday 5:30-7:30p Location: JCC Arboretum Cost: $25   Nature Drawing for Those Who Cannot Draw – 3 Hours This class will provide the student with the technique and skill to draw landscapes using the Stippling process.  Stippling uses a series of dots to create an image. Supplies provided. Course Code: CSP 4000 101P Date: January 23 Times: Thursday 6-9p Location: JCC Arboretum Cost: $35 Gazing Ball/Marble – 2 Hours Create your own gazing ball to accent your gardens. This class will demonstrate the creation of your own gazing ball, made by YOU. We will give you the knowledge step by step it will take to master this craft. Cost of class includes supplies and you will leave with art for your garden. Course Code: CSP 4000 102P Date: February 5 Time: Wednesday 5:30-7:30p Location: JCC Arboretum Cost: $35 Hot New Plants – 2 Hours Want to know what is HOT for this growing season? Join one of the nursery industry’s experts as Phil Campbell shows us the best and most exciting plants for 2014.  This is a very popular class, be sure to sign up early! Course Code: CSP-4000-103P Date: February 27 Time: Thursday 5:30-7:30p Location: JCC Arboretum Cost: $15

Tomato Grafting – 2 Hours Join agriculture extension agent Shawn Banks as he shows you how to graft heirloom tomatoes. Growing heirloom varieties in North Carolina presents a variety of disease issues. Grafting favorite heirlooms onto diseaseresistant rootstock can help prevent plant loss.  Learn which varieties work best for grafting.  Participants will go home with several grafted tomato plants.

Airlie Gardens Tour We will visit and tour the Gardens at Airlie in Wilmington, NC. There are many scenic photo opportunities, a multitude of azaleas as well as artistic gardens on the grounds. You will find some of the oldest live oaks in NC on these grounds. We will stop for lunch at Dockside Restaurant. Registration fees do not cover the cost of lunch.

Course Code: CSP-4000-104P Date: March 6 Time: Tuesday 9:30-11:30a Location: JCC Arboretum Cost: $25

Course Code: CSP-4000-107P Date: May 6 Time: Tuesday 8:00a–3p Location: JCC Arboretum Cost: $35

Urban Gardening/Small Spaces – 2 Hours This “hands-on” class will show you ways to grow more vegetables in a small space.  Learn about the best varieties and how to care for them from planting to harvest.  If you have not yet grown in raised beds and containers, this class is for you.

Museum of Life Science and Witherspoon Rose Culture We will tour the museum of natural science, butterfly habitat and Witherspoon Rose culture gardens.  If you are into roses, this is the trip for you.  We will see the latest and greatest of rose cultivars.  There will be an opportunity to shop.  We will stop for lunch.  Registration fees do not cover the cost of lunch.

Course Code: CSP-4000-105P Date: March 29 Time: Saturday 10a-12n Location: JCC Arboretum Cost: $35 Annual Spring Plant Sale The JCC Horticulture students will be selling vegetables, annuals, perennials, and herbs, along with a variety of shrubs and trees as a fundraiser event.. Area vendors will also be present, offering a variety of crafts, art, food, and gardening materials.  Look for the gardening classes which will be offered that day. Date: Saturday April 12 Time: 9:00am-2:00pm Location: JCC Arboretum Wildflower Program with NC Dept. of Transportation – 2 Hours Driving along the highways of our state can be pleasurable.  Since 1985 the NC DOT has operated the highway wildflower beautification project.  Learn about the program and the kind of wildflowers that make our ride enjoyable.  Course Code: CSP-4000-106P Date: April 23 Time: Wednesday 6-8p Location: JCC Arboretum Cost: $15  

Course Code: CSP-4000-100U Date: May 20 Time: Tuesday 8:00a-4:00p Location: JCC Arboretum Cost: $30

Arts & Crafts Beginning Crochet Discover the art of crochet for yourself, or to create homemade gifts for friends and family. This beginners’ course will introduce you to reading a yarn label, reading patterns, starting your project, and some of the more basic crochet stitches. Course Code: CSP 4000 25P Date: February 5-February 17 Time: Wednesday 10a-12n Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $30 Intermediate Crochet Continue to expand upon your acquired crochet skills in this intermediate crochet class. While beginning crochet is not a prerequisite, anyone enrolling in this course should already have some basic crochet skills. Course Code: CSP 4000 26p Date: February 26-March 12 Time: Wednesday 10a-12n Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $30

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ARTS & CRAFTS COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

GENERAL INFORMATION: PAGE 1 Advanced Crochet Enjoy crocheting? This advanced class will teach you some new crochet techniques as well as introduce you to working with more challenging yarns and patterns. Previous crochet experience is required. Beginners crochet and intermediate crochet are recommended courses. Course Code: CSP 4000 27p Date: March 19-April 2 Time: Wednesday 10a-12n Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $30 Jewelry Making Learn the art of jewelry making using a torch. Projects will include fabricating plain and stone set rings and pendants as well as creating earrings. Acid etching will also be introduced. Techniques will include basic design, soldering, sawing, filing, drilling, stone setting, forming and polishing. Tools will be provided. A $40 materials fee must be paid to the instructor on the first day of class. Course Code: CSP 4000 21P Date: March 11-April 29 Time: Tuesday 6-8:30p Location: JCC Graphic Arts Cost: $60 Beginning Knitting Looking to pick up a new hobby in 2014? Why not try knitting! In this knitting class for absolute beginners, students will learn how to pick yarn, read a yarn label, plan a project, take gauge, cast on stitches, the knit stitch, the purl stitch, and how to fix common mistakes. Course Code: CSP 4000 22P Date: February 3-February 17 Time: Monday 6-8p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $30 Intermediate Knitting Continue to expand upon your acquired knitting skills in this intermediate knitting class. While beginning knitting is not a prerequisite, anyone enrolling in this course should already have some basic knitting skills. Course Code: CSP 4000 23P Date: February 24-March 10 Time: Monday 6-8p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $30 Advanced Knitting Enjoy knitting? This advanced class will teach you some new knitting techniques as well as introduce you to working with more challenging yarns and patterns. Previous

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knitting experience is required. Beginners knitting and intermediate knitting are recommended courses. Course Code: CSP 4000 24P Date: March 17-March 31 Time: Monday 6-8p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $30 Quilting This class is for those of you with sewing machine experience. We will be making a quilt from start to finish. We will reinforce rotary cutting, fabric selection, quilting techniques, mastering the quarter inch seams, pressing and using the right tools. Course Code: CSP 4000 14P Date: January 20-March 24 Time: Monday 9a-1p Location: JCC Sanders Building (Sewing Lab) Cost: $130 Prerequisite: Quilting Basics recommended by not required. Quilting Basics Discover the art of quilting. This class is for the beginner. You will learn how to use a sewing machine, fabric selections, rotary cutting, piecing and quilting techniques. Course Code: CSP 4000 15P Date: January 20-March 24 Time: Monday 1:30-4:30p Location: JCC Sanders Building (Sewing Lab) Cost: $95 Taking Watercolor Lightly Class will include various demonstrations of watercolor techniques along a central subject. Subject matter is determined by the individual desires of students. Personal instruction and critique of work through to completed artwork. Intended to encourage students to think about subject being painted and challenge each artist to explore the full potential that watercolor can offer as a media with a majority of the class devoted to painting. Course Code: CSP 4000 12P Date: January 14-March 18 Time: Tuesday 9a-12n Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $95 Course Code: CSP 4000 13P Date: January 14-March 18 Time: Tuesday 1-4p Location: Cleveland Center Fee: $95

Culinary Arts Cooking, Canning, and Storing – 3.5 Hours Create a variety of kitchen goodies that you can enjoy immediately, or keep in your cupboard for a rainy day. Everything from soups to preserves, to common fruits and vegetables will be prepared and preserved in this fun, and informative class. Students will learn proper methods to store items grown in the garden or purchased in bulk at farmer's markets or fruit stands. Sanitation standards, shelf life, and the costs of using various techniques for food preservation and storing will be introduced. Course Code: CSP 4000 33P Date: April 12 Time: Saturday 9a-12:30p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $20 Cooking Comfort Foods – 2.5 Hours Chef Brian is making comfort foods with a twist. While the weather is still cool, learn how to heat up your home with the warmth and aromas of comfort foods that everyone is sure to enjoy. Course Code: CSP 4000 29P Date: February 6 Time: Thursday 6-8:30p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $25 Healthy Eating – 2.5 Hours What better way to start off the new-year and keep your New Year’s resolution of getting in shape than by learning about healthy foods and how to prepare them from award-winning Chef Brian. Course Code: CSP 4000 28P Date: January 23 Time: Thursday 6-8:30p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $25 Mother’s Day Tea Party – 2 Hours What better way to show Mom how much you care than spending some quality time together in the kitchen! Our kitchen, that is! Learn to make some delicious baked goods, discuss “tablescapes” for the perfect tea party, and finally, relax with Mom and enjoy the fruits of your labor at an authentic tea party to celebrate that special lady on her special day. Course Code: CSP 4000 19P Date: May 8 Time: Thursday 6-8p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $20

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COMMUNITY PROGRAMS pERSONAL FINANCE

Spring 2014

view courses and register online at www.johnstoncc.edu Romantic Hors D ’Oeuvres & Small Plates for Valentine’s Day – 2.5 Hours Learn to create special dishes to impress your Valentine this year. Better yet, what a perfect way to celebrate the holiday than taking a fun and informative cooking class with the one you love! Either way, these simple but elegant small plates will entice you and your special Valentine.

Personal Finance & Computer Basics

Course Code: CSP 4000 30P Date: February 13 Time: Thursday 6-8:30p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $25

Course Code: CSP 4000 20P Date: March 6-March 27 Time: Thursday 9a-12n Location: Kenly Center, Kenly Cost: $40

Healthy Living Massage Techniques for Everyone – 4 Hours Massage is a great way to relieve muscle aches and pains, increase flexibility, decrease the chance of injury, and offer stress relief. In this class, you will learn simple but effective massage techniques that you can use on yourself, or your family and friends. This is a great opportunity for parents with children who participate in sports to be able to offer stretching and massage to help improve performance and prevent muscle strain. This class is designed for anyone wishing to learn basic massage techniques, who is not a licensed massage therapist. This class is NOT designed to teach you how to be a massage therapist, but can be taken by someone who is interested in exploring the field of massage. Pre-registration is required. Course Code: CSP 4000 32P Date: March 6-March 13 Time: Thursday 6-8p Location: JCC Cost: $20 Yoga Basics – 8 Hours This introduction to yoga includes basic postures, breathing, and meditation. Emphasis is placed on working with the body safely to promote strength and well-being while still gaining physical progress toward traditional postures. Students must bring their own a yoga mat. Course Code: CSP 4000 16P Date: January 13-March 3 Time: Monday 6:30-7:30p Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $80

Computer Basics for Seniors – 12 Hours This course is introductory and designed for seniors who are looking to gain some experi­ence with the internet. This class will introduce e-mail, and applications like Facebook that can be used to keep up with the Grandkids.

Technology for The Rest Of Us – 6 Hours Need some help using those new gadgets you got this Christmas? This slow-paced survey of existing and emerging personal communication, entertainment, and information devices will take the guesswork out of that new technology. Topics include iPhones, Smart phones, Kindles, basic cell phones, eBooks, and laptops. Software applications and consumer operating plans will be covered. Course Code: CSP 4000 31P Date: January 28-February 4 Time: Tuesday 9a-12n Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $15

Using Excel to Balance Your Checkbook – 12 Hours Balancing your checkbook and budget can be a real chore. In this introductory class, you will learn how Microsoft Excel can do the work for you so you never bounce a check again! Course Code: CSP 4000 18P Date: April 1-April 22 Time: Tuesday 6-9p Location: Kenly Center, Kenly Cost: $40 Working With Your Holiday Photos – 12 Hours Using a computer, participants will learn how to take their digital photos and create online albums, or save photos to a flash drive for later printing. Appli­cations for storing and sharing photos, such as Picasa and Photobucket will be introduced. Course Code: CSP 4000 17P Date: February 4-February 25 Time: Tuesday 9a-12n Location: Kenly Center, Kenly Cost: $40 For the most up-to-date course information visit www. johnstoncc.edu/communityprograms or call Nikki Sanders at 919-464-2421

Understanding Insurance – 2 Hours Confused about insurance? Don’t know what to get, or how much you need? Do you know the different types available, and what they can do to benefit you? Join us to learn all about insurance, how to make it work for you, and how to get it for the cheapest prices. Course Code: CSP 4000 34p Date: March 17 Time: Monday 6-8p Location: Benson Conference Center, Benson Cost: $10 Course Code: CSP 4000 35p Date: April 7 Time: Monday 6-8p Location: WDC, Clayton Cost: $10

Course Code: CSP 4000 36P Date: March 10-May 5 Time: Monday 6:30-7:30p No Class 3/21 Location: Cleveland Center Cost: $80 Register EARLY! Late registration is discouraged. Depending upon the class, you may not be allowed to enter after the starting date.

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Spring 2014

BASIC SKILLS

GENERAL INFORMATION: PAGE 1

BASIC SKILLS PROGRAMS

In Basic Skills programs, students have opportunities to build skills in reading, language, and math or to complete high school through our high school equivalency program. There are three program areas in the Basic Skills Department including Adult Basic Education, High School Equivalency, and English as a Second Language. Enrollment is open to individuals age 18 and older. Under special circumstances, students age 16 and 17 may enroll in certain programs as indicated in each program information section. Placement testing is required for entry. Basic Skills Classes are FREE! Class locations include: JCC/Smithfield Campus JCC/Cleveland Center JCC/Workforce Development Center Kenly Center Benson Town Hall Smithfield-Selma High School Johnston County Industries (JCI) Showers of Blessings Church New Generations Church (Wilson’s Mills) Various other business locations, churches, and community buildings upon request. Would you like to start a class in your community? Would your church or business like to sponsor a new Basic Skills class at your site or in your community? New classes may be established in locations with a minimum of 15 students. Call Jessica Rieger for details at (919) 209-2065 or at jurieger@johnstoncc.edu Your First Step…Placement and Assessment Placement testing is required for entry into all Basic Skills programs. For individuals age 18 or older, contact Assessment, Recruitment & Retention Coordinator Tovoya Dobbin at (919) 209-2122 or via email tmdobbinjohnstoncc.edu. Placement testing is available both day and evening. No appointment is needed, just bring a valid picture ID that includes your birthdate. Testing Center Hours (Elsee, A135) Closed Mondays Tuesdays 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM Wednesdays 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM Wednesdays 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM Thursdays 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM Fridays Closed

Adult Basic Education (ABE) The goal of this program is to provide opportunities to improve reading, math, and language skills for entry into our High School Equivalency Program, transition into College curriculum programs, or simply to improve skills for personal satisfaction. The program is FREE OF CHARGE and open to individuals age 18 and older. For information, call Tovoya Dobbin at (919) 209-2122. English as a Second Language (ESL) Inglés como una idioma segunda This course provides instruction in English for individuals who do not speak English as a first language. Learning English is important for self-improvement, better job opportunities, and preparation for citizenship. The program is FREE OF CHARGE and open to individuals age 18 and older. For more information, please contact Perla Rangel at (919) 209-2054. Los estudiantes en la programa de ESL aprenden como leer, escribir y hablar ingles. Hay tres niveles de ESL: Principiante, intermedio y avanzado. Si quiere matricular en nuestra programa, tiene que venire para un examén, llama Perla Rangel a (919) 209-2054 High School Equivalency (HSE) The High School Equivalency program allows individuals to earn a High School Equivalency Diploma through the completion of a state approved standardized exam. The HSE program is open to adults age 18 and older. For further information regarding any of our Basic Skills Programs, please feel free to call: Tovoya Dobbin, Assessment, Recruitment & Retention Coordinator (919) 209-2122 Perla Rangel, Lead ESL Instructor (919) 209-2054 Doris Edwards, Basic Skills Records Specialist (919) 209-2539 Thomas Currier, Basic Skills LEIS Data Coordinator (919) 209-2564 Jessica Rieger, Director of Basic Skills (919) 209-2065

Information for Underage Students (Ages 16 and 17) Perspective students under the age of 18 must meet specific eligibility requirements for entry PRIOR to taking the placement test. Please contact Jessica Rieger at (919) 209-2065 for underage student information.

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rEGISTRATION PLANNING NOTES

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Spring 2014

GENERAL INFORMATION: PAGE 1

Johnston Community College Foundation wants to help you come back to class! If you received a curriculum certificate, degree or diploma or graduated from JCC with a certification in Bioworks, EMS, Fire 1 or 2, or Nursing Assistant 1 or 2, you could be eligible to receive a scholarship to come back to class. Scholarships will pay for tuition for up to three curriculum credit hours or up to 50 continuing education contact hours. To apply for the Back to Class scholarship opportunity, you must attend one of the following sessions: Tart Building in Smithfield on Tuesday, November 12 at 11:30 a.m. Workforce Development Center in Clayton on Tuesday, November 19 at 5:00 p.m. Learning Resource Center in Smithfield on Thursday, November 21 at 5:00 p.m. Learning Resource Center in Smithfield on Tuesday, January 14 at 5:00 p.m. To register for one of these sessions or get additional information, contact the Foundation Office at (919) 209-2222 or go to www.johnstoncc.edu/foundation/backtoclass.aspx. Please note: If the selected class is more than three curriculum credit hours or 50 continuing education contact hours, only that portion will be covered by the scholarship. Students will be responsible for any remaining class cost. In addition, scholarship recipients are responsible for any books and/or course materials and student fees. Should you have any student fees or additional class fees, please be prepared to pay those fees the day of your session.

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Howell Woods

Programs for the Family What’s Wild in the Woods?

The Buzz on Pollinators

Family Outdoor Adventure Weekend

Join us as we search for animal tracks and signs. Students will help check track stations and learn to identify the different tracks and signs. We will also discuss the habitat of wildlife found at Howell Woods. Date: January 11 Time: Saturday 9-11a Location: Howell Woods Cost: $10

In honor of spring, we will be discussing the reason for our fruits here in North Carolina— pollinators! Learn about the life cycles of pollinators, how they impact plant growth, and tips for attracting more pollinators to your home. Be prepared to venture outside to identify plants and pollinators! Date: March 22 Time: Saturday 9-11a Location: Howell Woods

Frog and Toad Basics

Shaking off the Snow

Learn about all of the fun things that happen when plants and animals come back to life for spring! We will discuss what hibernation means for each type of animal, and what to expect when coming out of hibernation. Join us as we venture through the Diversity Trails to see first hand what happens in spring! Date: April 12 Time: Saturday 9-11a Location: Howell Woods

Learn the basics of camping and hiking from our experienced staff in this two part Family Oriented Adventure weekend. The first session or classroom portion of this program will cover clothing and equipment basics and preparation for outdoor activities. The second session or field portion will include a 6+ mile leisurely day hike with planned rest stops discussing outdoor safety and hygiene, a brief introduction to the survival use of Global Positioning Equipment (GPS) and compass. Wildlife and tree identification will also be discussed along the way. The hike will be followed by an evening of great family camping. This will be a great weekend with knowledgeable outdoorsmen in a large, beautiful forested environment you will not want to miss! Date: April 26, May 10-11 Time: Saturday 4/26 – 2-4p Saturday 5/10 – 1p-9a – 5/11 Location: Howell Woods Cost: $25 for 2 people or $60 for family of 3 or more

Neuse River Canoe Trip

Back to the Basics…..of Fishing

Hop on in as we talk about the amphibian family and discuss the differences in frogs and toads. We’ll take a look at the life cycles of these creatures and explore Howell Woods to find some native species! Date: January 25 Time: Saturday 9-11a Location: Howell Woods Cost: $10

The Longleaf Pine Ecosystem  

Learn the basics about our State Tree, the longleaf pine. We will discuss the past and the future of this truly diverse ecosystem. Students will also see the importance of prescribed fire and plant longleaf seedlings in one of our restoration areas. Date: February 1 Time: Saturday 9a-12n Location: Howell Woods Cost: $15

Snakes in NC

Discover the beauty behind our slithery friends here at Howell Woods. We will discuss the importance of snakes to our ecosystem, diet, habitat, and how to identify venomous species. Date: February 8 Time: Saturday 9-11a Location: Howell Woods

Fruit Tree Pruning

Participate in this program to learn the proper tools, techniques, and methods for pruning your fruit trees. Date: February 15 Time: Saturday 9a-12n Location: Howell Woods Cost: $15

Soaring with Raptors

Learn about the birds of prey we feature here at Howell Woods. Topics covered will include: life cycles, diet, and habitat conservation. We’ll venture out to our exhibits to take a look at each raptor, and if we’re lucky, catch a glimpse of a local raptor soaring through the sky! Date: March 1 Time: Saturday 9-11a Location: Howell Woods Cost: $15

Learn about the natural history of the Neuse River as you leisurely paddle this scenic river. The trip averages about three hours on the water but please plan a little longer for varying water conditions, paddler’s proficiency and transportation form the take out area. Canoes, paddles and life preservers will be supplied. Please bring snacks and drinks for the trip. Space is limited to 10 paddlers, so call early to reserve a seat. Date: April 19 Time: Saturday 9a-4p Location: Howell Woods Cost: $15

Night Safari

Learn how nocturnal species are able to thrive in darkness. We will discuss native nocturnal species, their habitat, and how they hunt for food. Then we will load up the vehicle and ride out on the grounds to spot some of these creatures with a red-lens light. Date: April 26 Time: Saturday 7-10p Location: Howell Woods

If you are an adult looking to learn how to fish or wanting to get back into fishing or have a child that you would like to introduce to fishing, then this event is for you. Participants will learn everything from what fishing equipment they need and how rig your pole to identification of fish you can expect to catch in our area. Participants that do not have equipment will be provided a loaner fishing pole with tackle. Bait and fishing assistance will be provided. Date: May 3 Time: Saturday 9a-1p Location: Howell Woods Cost: $10

Native Wildflower ID

Join us for a spring hike to see and learn about native wildflowers at Howell Woods. Students will spend the entire class in the field and also learn about the many advantages of using native plants for landscaping. Date: May 10 Time: Saturday 10a-12n Location: Howell Woods Cost: $10

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Your Spring Continuing Education Schedule is here. Check it out!

Providing accelerated job training opportunities for individuals interested in meeting the demands for future employment.

PROGRAMS INCLUDE • Human Services Certificate • Manufacturing (DALT) • Recipe for Success/Culinary

• Wastewater Treatment Operator • Real Estate Pre-licensing • Office Applications Certification

For more information call 919-209-2591


Johnston Community College 2014 Continuing Education Schedule