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We have hundreds of class options to fit your budget, schedule and learning style. Take a few minutes to look through these pages, or search online at www.fvtc.edu/takeaclass. For a step-by-step guide on how to register for classes, see page 84. Or, if you’re interested in enrolling in one of our 200+ high-tech degree, diploma andd certificate programs, visit www.fvtc.edu/programs, or call us at 1-800-735-FVTC (3882).

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Career Development Accounting ..................................................... 4 Agriculture ...................................................... 6 Automation, Instrumentation & Control.................. 9 Automotive ................................................... 14 Aviation ....................................................... 14 Bartending/Responsible Beverage Service ......... 15 Business ....................................................... 15 Career Skills & Exploration .............................. 16 Construction ................................................. 27 CPR & First Aid: Emergency Medical & CPR.......................... 33 Drafting & Design .......................................... 29 Early Childhood ............................................ 30 Electricity ..................................................... 31 Electronic Engineering Technology .................... 31 Energy, Power & Sustainable Power .................. 36 Engines & Power Equipment ............................ 36 Entrepreneurship ............................................ 38 Environmental Health & Safety.......................... 39 Finance ....................................................... 40 Food Service Sanitation .................................. 42 Foreign Language & Global Studies .................. 42 Foreign Language Interpretation ....................... 49 Health Care ................................................. 49 Information Technology: Computer Networking ................................ 19 Computer Programming .............................. 20 Computer Related ...................................... 21 Computer Software .................................... 23 Computer Software – Microsoft .................... 24 Computer Support...................................... 26 Interior Design ............................................... 50 Interpreting ................................................... 51 Landscaping & Horticulture .............................. 52 Law Enforcement & Security ............................. 53 Lean & Six Sigma .......................................... 53 Management ................................................ 54 Manufacturing............................................... 55 Marketing & Sales ......................................... 56 Office Skills .................................................. 60 Office Skills – Medical ................................... 62 Printing ........................................................ 63 Production Engineering ................................... 63 Real Estate ................................................... 65 Sign Language: Interpreting ............................................... 51 Supply Chain Management ............................. 73 Web Design ................................................. 74 Welding & Metals ......................................... 75 Writing: Communications ........................................ 17

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Personal Enrichment Arts, Crafts & Hobbies ...................................... 8 Babysitting ................................................... 15 Computer Software – Microsoft ........................ 24 Computers for Seniors .................................... 26 Cooking ...................................................... 28 Engines & Power Equipment ............................ 36 Fitness, Health & Wellness............................... 41 Foreign Language & Global Studies .................. 42 Home & Family Life ........................................ 50 Interior Design ............................................... 50 Landscaping & Horticulture .............................. 52 Motorcycle ................................................... 59 Photography ................................................. 63 Reupholstery: Interior Design ........................................... 50 Sewing & Quilting ......................................... 68 Social Services ............................................. 73 Writing: Communications ........................................ 17 General Education & Miscellaneous Adult Basic Education ....................................... 5 Communications ............................................ 17 English Language Learning ................................ 9 Mathematics ................................................. 56 Program Preparation....................................... 64 Science ....................................................... 66 Social Science .............................................. 70 How to Register Registration Information ................................... 84 Registration Form ........................................... 87 Additional Information Campus & Regional Center Locations .................. 2 Flexible Learning Options .................................. 3 Programs of Study .......................................... 76 Certificate Programs ....................................... 79 College Services ........................................... 88

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Campus & Regional Center Locations Appleton Campus

1825 N. Bluemound Dr., P.O. Box 2277 Appleton, WI 54912-2277 (920) 735-5600 or 1-800-735-FVTC (3882) For class registration: (920) 735-5645 www.fvtc.edu Office Hours Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Classes also offered at the D.J. Bordini Center, J.J. Keller Transportation Center, Sustainable Technology Center and Agriculture Center Additional Appleton Phone Numbers Adult Basic Education ...........................(920) 993-5210 Arts, Crafts & Hobbies .........................1-800-843-4131 Automation, Instrumentation & Control......(920) 735-2553 Bartending/Resp. Beverage Service........(920) 849-1230 Business .............................................(920) 735-2429 Computer Related ................................(920) 735-5755 Computer Software ..............................(920) 735-5760 Emergency Medical/CPR......................(920) 735-5631 Foreign Language ................................(920) 735-4810 General Education ...............................(920) 735-5708 Health Related ....................................(920) 735-5689 Motorcycle Rider .................................(920) 735-2409 Program Preparation.............................(920) 735-5692 Teaching & Learning Center ...................(920) 993-5227

Oshkosh Riverside Campus

150 N. Campbell Rd. Oshkosh, WI 54902 (920) 233-9191 or 1-877-272-4559 www.fvtc.edu/oshkosh Office Hours Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Classes also offered in Neenah, Omro & Winneconne

S.J. Spanbauer Center

3601 Oregon St. Oshkosh, WI 54902 Phone: (920) 232-6001 Office Hours Monday - Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

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Chilton Regional Center

1200 E. Chestnut St. (Hwy 32/57 S), P.O. Box 186 Chilton, WI 53014-0186 (920) 849-4416 or 1-800-843-4131 www.fvtc.edu/chilton Office Hours Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m.-Noon Classes also offered at many locations in the Heart of the Valley (Brillion, Freedom, Hilbert, Kaukauna, Kimberly, Little Chute, Oneida, Seymour & Stockbridge)

Clintonville Regional Center

525 S. Main St. Clintonville, WI 54929 (715) 823-1555 or 1-800-321-7133 www.fvtc.edu/clintonville Office Hours Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m.-Noon Classes also offered in Hortonville, Manawa, Marion, New London & Shiocton

Waupaca Regional Center

1979 Godfrey Dr., P.O. Box 467 Waupaca, WI 54981 (715) 942-1700 or 1-888-324-3218 www.fvtc.edu/waupaca Office Hours Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m.-Noon Classes also offered in Iola & Weyauwega-Fremont

Wautoma Regional Center

205 E. Main St., Suite 12A Wautoma, WI 54982 (920) 787-3319 or 1-888-324-3218 www.fvtc.edu/wautoma Office Hours Monday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday, 9 a.m.- Noon Classes also offered in Coloma & Wild Rose

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Flexible Learning Options Flexible Learning Options to fit your life!

Choose from a variety of flexible, time-saving learning options that allow you to take classes when, where and how you want. For more information about our flexible learning options, visit www.fvtc.edu/flexible.

Six locations to serve you: Appleton

Chilton

Clintonville

Oshkosh

Waupaca

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Online* (ONL) Course content is delivered entirely online using a computer. You’ll interact with other students and your instructor through email, threaded discussions and other online tools. Assignments and activities are completed and submitted electronically. Hybrid: In-Person & Online* (HYB) Class includes at least one in-person meeting and required online instructional activities. At least 50% of class instruction will be provided online. On Campus** In-Person Classroom (CLS) Instructors and students interact in a traditional classroom setting. Some computer use may be required outside of class. Computers are available at all campus and regional center locations. Interactive Video Classroom (IVC) Courses are delivered via an interactive broadcast network with real-time live interaction between the instructor and students at one or more remote sites. Accelerated (ACC) These face-to-face accelerated classes are condensed into a shorter period of time, which requires more outside classwork for the student. Guided Independent Study (IND) Students generally work independently to meet established deadlines for learning activities and assignments. Instructors provide support and guidance. These courses are offered on campus with some online delivery. Lab (LAB) These courses include both classroom lecture and hands-on learning in a lab environment. You will demonstrate your learning through application-based individual or team activities. Multiple Concurrent Classes (CON) Two or three courses taken concurrently (during the same class time), and the coursework overlaps and applies to both/all courses. Contact your faculty advisor for more information. Work-Based Learning** (WRK) Work-based educational experiences that relate to your program instruction may include clinicals, internships, on-the-job training, co-ops, etc. *IMPORTANT: Courses taught in these formats provide great flexibility, but require a strong commitment from you to stay current with class discussions and assignments, and to maintain communication with your instructor. Also, you must have access to a computer with Internet service, Microsoft Office applications (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access), and the computer/browser technical requirements located at www.fvtc.edu/MyFVTC. Software purchase discounts are available through WISC (Wisconsin Integrated Software Catalog) at http://wiscsoftware.wisc.edu/wisc/. **Please note that all FVTC courses may contain some online resources and/or assignments. Still have questions about which flexible learning options are right for you? Call us at (920) 735-5615.

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Schedule of Classes ACCOUNTING Accounting Database Applications (2 cr.)

Cost Accounting A (2 cr.) 10-101-164

Covers the creation of database applications using Excel and Access. It includes the integration and manipulation of data and the creation of reports. PREREQ: Spreadsheets, Intermediate (10-101152) and Accounting program OR Corequisite: Spreadsheets, Intermediate (10-101-152) and Accounting Assistant program. 20363 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $283.40 MW 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 20364 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $283.40 W 5:30-9:20 PM Txt

Accounting, Principles of (3 cr.)

10-101-107 & 10-101-107DE

Introduces basic concepts and general principles of accounting to non-accounting students. Topics include financial statements, merchandising accounting for cash, inventory, payroll, budgeting and accounting software. 20369 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $425.10 MW 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 20395 9/4 - 12/18 IVC Appleton Campus $425.10 Th 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20371 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $425.10 M 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20397 9/4 - 12/18 IVC Chilton Regional Center $425.10 Th 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20398 9/4 - 12/18 IVC Clintonville Regional Center $425.10 Th 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20328 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $425.10 MW 8:30-10:20 AM Txt 20329 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $425.10 MW 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 20396 9/4 - 12/18 IVC Oshkosh Riverside Campus $425.10 Th 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20399 9/4 - 12/18 IVC Waupaca Regional Center $425.10 Th 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20373 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt 20374 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Advanced Software Integration (2 cr.)

10-101-166

Presents the advanced concepts of word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and database software. Students integrate data within the various software and create and present a project. PREREQ: Accounting Database Applications (10-101-164); Communication Software, Intro to (10-101-160); Intermediate Accounting 1 (10-101-182). 20365 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $283.40 M 5:30-9:20 PM Txt

Communication Software, Intro to (1 cr.)

10-101-160

Introduces Word and PowerPoint using accounting examples and applications. The emphasis is on effective communication using printed documents. The course includes a presentation using accounting materials. COREQ: Windows Basics (10-107-120) or are not currently pursuing a degree. 20362 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22896 9/3 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21847 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20330 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt

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10-101-130

Presents fundamental cost accounting concepts and objectives as well as comprehensive illustrations of the flow of costs in manufacturing systems. The planning and control phases of cost elements (material, labor and factory overhead) are covered in relation to job order and process costing systems. Additional topics include CVP analysis and ABC management. PREREQ: Financial Accounting 2 (10-101-181); Spreadsheets, Beginning (10-101-145). 20347 9/3 - 10/22 CLS Appleton Campus $283.40 M 9:30-11:20 AM Txt W 8:30-11:20 AM 20387 9/8 - 12/22 IVC Appleton Campus $283.40 M 5:30-8:00 PM Txt 20389 9/8 - 12/22 IVC Chilton Regional Center $283.40 M 5:30-8:00 PM Txt 20390 9/8 - 12/22 IVC Clintonville Regional Center $283.40 M 5:30-8:00 PM Txt 20388 9/8 - 12/22 IVC Oshkosh Riverside Campus $283.40 M 5:30-8:00 PM Txt

Cost Accounting B (2 cr.)

10-101-131

A continuation of Cost Accounting A. Students learn about tools for planning and control through budgeting and variance analysis, inventory costing and management using JIT, MRP and back flushing and also understand accounting aspects of department and product costs. COREQ: Cost Accounting A (10-101-130). 20348 10/27 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $283.40 M 9:30-11:20 AM Txt W 8:30-11:20 AM

Financial Accounting 1 (4 cr.)

10-101-180 & 10-101-180DE

Prepares students to analyze, record, summarize and interpret accounting information. The course focuses on business transactions, financial statements, merchandising, inventory, special journals, internal controls, receivables, plant assets and payroll. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Arithmetic >= 65 OR ACT (Read/Math) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not currently pursuing a degree. 20309 9/2 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $566.80 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt F 8:30-10:20 AM 20313 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $566.80 Tu 5:30-10:00 PM Txt 20311 9/4 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $566.80 M 12:30-2:20 PM Txt Th 12:30-3:20 PM 20384 9/2 - 12/16 IVC Chilton Regional Center $566.80 Tu 5:30-10:00 PM Txt 20385 9/2 - 12/16 IVC Clintonville Regional Center $566.80 Tu 5:30-10:00 PM Txt 20331 9/2 - 12/19 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $566.80 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt F 8:30-10:20 AM 20383 9/2 - 12/16 IVC Oshkosh Riverside Campus $566.80 Tu 5:30-10:00 PM Txt 20386 9/2 - 12/16 IVC Waupaca Regional Center $566.80 Tu 5:30-10:00 PM Txt 20317 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $606.80 Flexible Txt

Financial Accounting 2 (4 cr.)

10-101-181

Presents basic concepts for partnerships and corporations. It introduces bonds, cash flow statement preparation, financial statement analysis, budgeting and job cost procedures. The course includes a practice set using job costing. COREQ: Math w Business Apps (10-804-123); Financial Accounting 1 (10-101-180). 20342 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $566.80 Tu 5:30-10:00 PM Txt 20320 9/4 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $566.80 M 12:30-2:20 PM Txt Th 12:30-3:20 PM

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Financial Fraud Detection, Fundamentals of (1 cr.)

10-101-190

Focuses on accounting information systems and accounting processes related to sales, purchasing, etc. Covers internal controls designed to mitigate and prevent financial fraud. 20938 9/4 - 10/23 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

Great Plains-Enterprise Resource Planning System (1 cr.)

10-101-193

Gain experience working on Great Plains software, Enterprise Resource Planning Systems. Learn how to build the Chart of Accounts, set up the company’s accounting system, enter monthly transactions and run financial statements for multiple accounting periods. COREQ: Financial Fraud Detection (10-101-190). 20360 10/30 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

Income Tax Accounting A (2 cr.)

10-101-150 & 10-101-150DE

Studies simple individual federal income tax returns. The course covers income tax withholding and basic reporting requirements, basic income taxes, simplified federal returns, general purpose returns, interest, dividends, business expenses and supplemental income. PREREQ: Financial Accounting 1 (10-101-180) or are not currently pursuing a degree. 20349 9/2 - 10/23 CLS Appleton Campus $283.40 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt Th 12:30-2:20 PM 20351 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $303.40 Flexible Txt

Income Tax Accounting B (2 cr.)

10-101-151

Introduces cost recovery and depreciation, itemized deductions, supplemental income activities, capital gains and losses, tax credits and alternative minimum tax, installment sales and withholding. Students examine the tax forms that are appropriate for each topic. COREQ: Income Tax Accounting A (10-101-150). 20352 10/28 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $283.40 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt Th 12:30-2:20 PM

Intermediate Accounting 1 (4 cr.)

10-101-182

Reviews accounting and recording processes, temporary investments, cash flows, revenue recognition and financial statement analysis. PREREQ: Financial Accounting 2 (10-101-181). 20353 9/2 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $566.80 Tu 9:30-11:20 AM Txt Th 8:30-11:20 AM

Intermediate Accounting 2 (4 cr.)

10-101-183

Focuses on inventory, long-term debt financing, intangible assets, stockholder equity, long-term investments in equity securities, bonds, leases, acquisitions and retirement of operational asset depreciation and depletion. PREREQ: Intermediate Accounting 1 (10-101-182). 20391 9/3 - 12/17 IVC Appleton Campus $566.80 W 5:30-10:00 PM Txt 20393 9/3 - 12/17 IVC Chilton Regional Center $566.80 W 5:30-10:00 PM Txt 20394 9/3 - 12/17 IVC Clintonville Regional Center $566.80 W 5:30-10:00 PM Txt 20392 9/3 - 12/17 IVC Oshkosh Riverside Campus $566.80 W 5:30-10:00 PM Txt 23316 9/3 - 12/17 IVC Waupaca Regional Center $566.80 W 5:30-10:00 PM Txt

Payroll Accounting (3 cr.)

10-101-187 & 10-101-187DE

Presents payroll calculation and preparation of payroll-related entries. Topics include federal and state laws, calculation and payment of payroll taxes, completion of government forms and journal entries. A computer practice set is included. Proficiency with electronic calculators is recommended. COREQ: Financial Accounting 1 (10-101-180) and Keyboarding Speed Development (10-106-112). 20345 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20346 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

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Peachtree Accounting Applications (1 cr.)

10-101-103

Lays the foundation for students to gain experience using Peachtree. Students practice creating a company using a chart of accounts, creating vendors and customers, record payroll and other transactions, and generate and use financial reports. Being familiar with Windows, business experience or completion of an accounting course is helpful. PREREQ: Financial Accounting 1 (10-101-180) for Accounting and Accounting Assistant students OR Accounting, Principles of (10-101-107) for Business Mgmt students or active in Exploring Business, Mgmt & Finance cert or Bank/Finance. 20357 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22905 10/27 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21854 10/27 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20333 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt

QuickBooks Accounting Applications (1 cr.)

10-101-102

Lays the foundation for students to gain experience using QuickBooks Pro. Students practice creating a company using a chart of accounts, creating vendors and customers, demo payroll, record transactions, and generate and use financial reports. Being familiar with Windows, business experience or completion of an accounting course is helpful. PREREQ: Financial Accounting 1 (10-101-180) for Accounting and Accounting Assistant students OR Accounting, Principles of (10-101-107) for Business Mgmt students or active in Exploring Business, Mgmt & Finance cert or Bank/Finance. 20356 9/2 - 10/23 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22903 9/3 - 10/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21852 9/2 - 10/23 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21853 10/27 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20332 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt

Spreadsheets, Beginning (1 cr.)

10-101-145 & 10-101-145DE

Covers developing, constructing and printing basic business-related worksheets and reports using spreadsheet software. Students create, modify and print various charts based on worksheet data. COREQ: MS Office Suite, Intro (10103120) or Microcomputer Applications (10107150). 20377 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22894 9/3 - 10/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21848 9/2 - 10/23 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21849 10/27 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20334 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20378 9/2 - 10/24 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

Spreadsheets, Intermediate (1 cr.)

10-101-152 & 10-101-152DE

Covers developing and editing business-related worksheets. Students examine various functions such as If, Round, Sum, Average and Pmt. They also use Data Tables, Goal Seek, Scenarios and Solver to assist in decision making. COREQ: Spreadsheets, Beginning (10-101-145). 20381 9/2 - 10/23 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22895 10/27 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21850 9/2 - 12/23 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 9/2 - 10/23 Flexible Txt 21851 10/27 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20335 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20382 10/27 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

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Agriculture Energy Sources (3 cr.)

Adult Basic Education Adults can improve math, reading, science and English skills through self-paced courses offered at flexible times. • Earn a GED/HSED • Take courses for Adult High School credit Call for more information and schedules: Appleton GED/HSED, under age 18 (920) 735-5692 GED/HSED, over age 18 (920) 993-5210 Oshkosh (920) 236-6142 Chilton (800) 843-4131 Clintonville/New London (800) 321-7133 Waupaca (888) 324-3218 Wautoma (920) 787-3319 x6313

30-090-391

Addresses techniques and concepts necessary for creating and implementing ag marketing on an operation. Topics include marketing strategies, ag commodity marketing, direct marketing, risk management and regulatory policies. 22718 9/2 - 5/21 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $385.80 Flexible 22720 9/2 - 5/21 LAB Seymour High School $385.80 Flexible 22719 9/2 - 5/21 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $385.80 Flexible

Agribusiness Overview (3 cr.)

10-006-133

Provides an overview of agricultural production, manufacturing, distribution, utilization and consumption in the United States, with an emphasis on Wisconsin agribusiness. Employment opportunities are explored. Business organization, operation and management are also covered. 22363 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $434.85 M 9:30-11:00 AM Txt W 8:00-11:00 AM 22367 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $434.85 M 8:00-9:20 AM Txt W 1:00-4:00 PM 22428 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $434.85 W 1:00-5:00 PM Txt

Agribusiness Work Experience 2 (2 cr.)

10-006-140

Provides fundamental knowledge of the animal science field. Topics include animal health, animal environments, anatomy and physiology, genetics and reproduction, animal feedstuffs, and job-related safety. Students will experience animal concepts through the completion of hands-on activities. 22364 9/2 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $434.85 M 1:00-2:20 PM Tu 8:00-11:00 AM 22368 9/2 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $434.85 M 2:30-4:00 PM Tu Noon-3:00 PM

10-006-166

Provides the student with the skills needed to work with customers. Topics covered include telephone & email etiquette, building trust and rapport, listening skills, problem solving, defusing problems, stress control, managing customer expectations, and creating customer loyalty. 22358 8/25 - 8/29 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $281.40 M-F 8:30 AM-4:00 PM Txt

AGRICULTURE Ag Commodities and Marketing (3 cr.)

Animal Science Fundamentals (3 cr.)

Customer Relations (2 cr.)

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10-006-157

Provides a general overview of renewable agriculture energy sources with an emphasis on biodiesel fuels for agricultural applications. Production and quality control of biodiesel fuel will be explored and students will have the opportunity to synthesize a small batch of biodiesel. Topics covered include used and raw vegetable oil extracted from feedstock, transesterification chemistry, separation techniques, ASTM fuel testing and engine performance. 22366 9/5 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $434.85 F 12:30-4:20 PM Txt

Dairy Cattle/Young Stock Management (1 cr.)

31-080-381

Covers the use and mechanics of Dairy Herd Improvement Association (DHIA) production records as tools for feeding, culling, breeding and selecting of herd replacement. A young stock management and feeding program will be implemented for the student’s farm. This includes feeding, herd health, identification and breeding. 22356 11/10 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $142.95 M 12:45-3:20 PM Txt F 9:30 AM-12:15 PM

Dairy/Livestock Ration Balance (3 cr.)

10-006-114

Teaches students the mechanics of balancing livestock rations using the National Research recommendations and other information. Computers will be used to develop rations. The makeup and functions of the nutrients essential for livestock will be discussed in the preparation of dairy and beef rations. The student will complete a cost analysis of all rations. 22378 9/4 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $434.85 M 10:00 AM-Noon Th 1:00-3:20 PM

Farm Accounts - Income Tax (1 cr.)

31-080-354

Deals with the set up farm records and accounts in order to file a farm income tax return. The student will become acquainted with the basic Schedule F farm tax form as well as other appropriate forms used in farm income tax completion. 23320 11/12 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $142.95 WF 12:45-3:20 PM

10-006-115

Provides independent work experience with each student in cooperation with an employer and FVTC staff. 22425 9/5 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $281.40 F 7:30-8:20 AM

Agricultural Crop Production (3 cr.)

10-006-119

Prepares students to recognize and implement basic crop production management techniques for corn, soybeans, alfalfa, small grains and general forages used on Wisconsin farms. Field preparation, fertility, seed selection, planting and in-season management of specific crops will be emphasized. 22372 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $434.85 W 8:00 AM-12:20 PM 22370 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $434.85 Th 1:00-5:20 PM

Agricultural Marketing (3 cr.)

10-006-103

Explores and gives the student an understanding of the basic principles of marketing and the ability to apply these principles to the distribution of farm products. 22480 9/3 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $434.85 Th 12:30-5:00 PM

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You want choices? We’ve got them! At Fox Valley Technical College, you can learn when you want, where you want & how you want! Choose from lots of options to fit your budget, schedule and personal learning style. From six locations, we offer credit & non-credit, traditional classroom to online classes, and everything in between. See page 3 for more information on our flexible learning options. www.fvtc.edu

Farm Transitions (3 cr.)

30-090-390

Focuses on different methods and options for transferring a farm or setting up a new farm business enterprise. Topics include family communications, business entities, business principles, business planning, retirement planning, transfer planning and expansions. 22715 9/2 - 5/21 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $385.80 Flexible 22717 9/2 - 5/21 LAB Seymour High School $385.80 Flexible 22716 9/2 - 5/21 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $385.80 Flexible

GIS Applications (3 cr.)

10-006-163

Prepares students in the use of various Geographic Information Systems utilized in precision farming. Students will learn how to install and set up GIS software, transfer data, process field data, and create reports and/or prescription maps. Students will utilize hands-on computer exercises with real farm data to provide a practical experience. 23313 9/2 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $419.85 TuTh 1:00-2:20 PM Txt

Integrated Pest Mgmt & Weed Identification (3 cr.)

Agriculture classes help you maximize your farm’s production & profitability.

Farm Business, Operating a (3 cr.)

30-090-381

Focuses on management skills and concepts that first-year students need to continue farming in today’s changing technology. Emphasis is given in establishing and recording farm business records and family goals. Students will organize and maintain farm business records and analyze them to make sound farm management decisions. Entire farming operation is assessed and plans are developed for future needs and goals. Classes are held throughout the year and include classroom and on-farm instruction. 22709 9/2 - 5/21 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $385.80 Flexible 22711 9/2 - 5/21 LAB Seymour High School $385.80 Flexible 22710 9/2 - 5/21 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $385.80 Flexible

Farm Management Update

47-090-403

Focuses on agriculture as a high-tech business. This course attempts to identify and meet farmers’ management needs. 22721 9/2 - 5/21 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $131.60 Flexible (62+) $5.75 22723 9/2 - 5/21 LAB Seymour High School $131.60 Flexible (62+) $5.75 22722 9/2 - 5/21 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $131.60 Flexible (62+) $5.75

Farm Records and Business Analysis (3 cr.)

30-090-386

Covers the practical use of a farm record system in managing the farm and financial analysis. Topics include the establishment of farm business goals, selection and use of farm credit, farm business arrangements, farm estate planning, and farm income taxes. Use of computers and/or computer records and financial analysis of farm business and finance strategy to meet the students’ needs. Production and financial decisions will be based on students’ farm business analysis. Classes are held throughout the year, and include classroom and on-farm instruction. 22712 9/2 - 5/21 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $385.80 Flexible 22714 9/2 - 5/21 LAB Seymour High School $385.80 Flexible 22713 9/2 - 5/21 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $385.80 Flexible

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10-006-102

Acquaints students with the general use, safety, laws and regulations for chemical application in Wisconsin. Completion of the Wisconsin Commercial Applicators Certification is an optional portion of the course. Identification of the major weeds found in Wisconsin crop lands is emphasized. 22362 9/2 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $434.85 M 8:00-9:20 AM Txt Tu Noon-3:00 PM 22369 9/2 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $434.85 M 9:30-11:00 AM Txt Tu 8:00-11:00 AM

Introduction to Soils (3 cr.)

10-006-143

Provides fundamental knowledge of soils and growth media. Course topics include soil formation and development, soil components, soil profile, soil classification and soil conservation. Students will experience soils concepts through the completion of hands-on activities. 22377 9/2 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $434.85 M 2:30-4:00 PM Txt Th 8:00-11:00 AM 22375 9/4 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $434.85 M 1:00-2:20 PM Txt Th 12:30-3:20 PM

Precision Ag Overview (3 cr.)

10-006-154

Provides an overview of precision farming concepts and the tools of precision farming (GPS, GIS and VRT). Covers the introductory use of each of these tools in the processes of a precision farming system. Hands-on activities with real farm data will provide an initial experience in the use of these tools. Economic and environmental benefits will also be discussed. 22359 9/5 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $434.85 F 7:30 AM-Noon Txt

Precision Farming Systems (1 cr.)

10-080-101

Introduces the student to the different precision farming GPS systems used on agriculture equipment. Students will learn proper set-up and installation of the systems. Students will work with adjustments and settings as well as the GPS display and the different functions. 23321 11/6 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $142.95 Th 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 23322 11/11 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $142.95 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Txt

Tractor Maintenance 1 & Engine Systems (1 cr.)

31-080-355

Provides students with the skills to maintain the cooling and lubrication systems on tractors and other agricultural machinery. 23319 11/10 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $142.95 MW 9:30 AM-12:15 PM

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Mesh Wreaths

60-306-643N

Learn to create holiday wreaths using the latest in mesh and other exciting new products. This is a hands-on learning experience. We will explore techniques to maximize visual impact for walls, doors and even table tops. Supplies will be available for purchase or you may bring your own. 23423 11/5 - 11/5 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $21.70 W 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $20.10

Painting, Acrylic

60-306-679C

Presents various fine art and decorative techniques using the versatile medium of acrylic paints. Students work on individual projects. 22989 9/23 - 11/11 CLS Appleton Campus $101.42 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $91.85

Painting, Oil (24-hour lab)

60-306-679S

Provides the opportunity for students of all skill levels to develop their painting techniques, and receive individual assistance with their work. Acrylic paints may also be used. 22988 9/23 - 11/11 CLS Appleton Campus $101.42 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $91.85

Painting, Watercolor-Basic Explore your creativity with arts & crafts classes.

ARTS, CRAFTS & HOBBIES Beginning & Advanced Stained Glass

60-306-648B

Presents beginning and advanced students with glass techniques with an emphasis on leaded and copper foiled projects. A list of tools and materials that are needed are provided during the first session. 23289 9/8 - 10/27 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $93.45 9/8 - 9/22 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $84.68 10/6 - 10/27 M 6:00-9:00 PM

Chair Caning, Mini Session

42-304-415H

Provides the basics of re-caning using wicker hole caning or factory caning methods. 23732 12/1 - 12/15 CLS Classroom $43.51 M 5:30-9:30 PM Sup (62+) $5.75

Crafts for all Seasons

60-306-679P

Learn acrylic painting on wood, plastic and glass to make decorations for the home. 23399 9/22 - 10/13 CLS Kimberly High School $53.59 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $48.80

Decorative Acrylic Painting

60-306-679T

Provides instruction using different acrylic painting techniques on different medium such as wood, metal, gourds and more. Students will be working on individual projects. 23397 10/7 - 11/4 CLS Chilton Regional Center $53.59 Tu 6:00-8:30 PM Sup (62+) $48.80 23398 11/11 - 12/9 CLS Chilton Regional Center $53.59 Tu 6:00-8:30 PM Sup (62+) $48.80

Fused Glass, Level 1

47-306-446V

Focuses on how a talent in jewelry making can be converted into a home-based business. Students will have the opportunity to work with metal in making rings, earrings, and bracelets. Sawing of metal and soldering will be explored. Selling and how to market the business is discussed. 23761 10/6 - 11/3 CLS Menasha High School $56.09 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23762 12/22 - 1/26 CLS Menasha High School $56.09 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75

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Pencil and Charcoal Drawing, No Talent

60-306-679I

Teaches skills that inspire people who have always wanted to draw but have not ever begun. Learn basic pencil and charcoal drawing techniques to give confidence and motivation to get started. 22986 9/22 - 11/3 CLS Appleton Campus $93.45 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $84.68

Rosemaling & European Folk Art for Profit

47-306-446M

Features the European folk art traditions of Norwegian rosemaling, Swedish dalmaling and Russian Zhostovo. Classes are taught in oils and emphasize using traditional color mixes and design elements. Home-based business concepts are presented. 23309 8/25 - 9/22 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $100.14 8/25 MTh 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 9/8 - 9/22 MTh 9:00 AM-3:30 PM 23312 10/6 - 11/3 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $100.14 M 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $5.75

Rosemaling for Profit - 20 hours

47-306-446B

Guides experienced rosemalers in the development of skills and techniques used in the Telemark style of rosemaling. Sources of supplies, markets and marketing techniques are also covered. 23734 9/11 - 11/13 CLS Waupaca Juel Krueger Shop $68.68 Th 9:00-11:00 AM (62+) $5.75

60-306-643P

Introduces beginning fused glass while learning to cut, grind and arrange glass elements for a successful tack fused cabochon, etched dichroic cabochon and a four-inch full-fused tile. Students will also be taught glass chemistry and properties, kiln firing schedules, and health and safety in the art of fusing. Additional supplies required. 23789 9/4 - 10/2 CLS Menasha High School $45.61 9/4 - 9/25 Th 6:00-8:10 PM Sup (62+) $41.63 10/2 Th 6:00-7:00 PM 23763 11/13 - 12/18 CLS Menasha High School $45.61 Th 6:00-8:00 PM Sup (62+) $41.63 23290 11/3 - 11/17 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $45.61 11/3 M 5:30-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $41.63 11/10 M 6:00-9:00 PM 11/17 M 6:00-7:00 PM

Jewelry

60-306-679Y

Focuses on the basic elements and techniques of watercolor painting. After introduction and practice, some projects might include still lifes, farmscapes and hand made cards. 22990 9/23 - 11/11 CLS Appleton Campus $101.42 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $91.85 23228 9/16 - 11/4 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $101.42 Tu 9:30 AM-12:30 PM Sup (62+) $91.85

Career Counseling Services Whether you’re just starting out or are in transition, we can help you find satisfying career options for a brighter future. Call for more information: Appleton Campus

(920) 735-5696

Oshkosh Campus

(877) 272-4559

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(800) 843-4131

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(800) 321-7133

Waupaca & Wautoma Regional Centers (888) 324-3218

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Rosemaling for Profit - 36 hours

47-306-446E

Introduces the Norwegian folk art of rosemaling. This course provides instruction in painting scrolls and strokes and in selecting colors. Students decorate wooden plates, breadboxes and other items. Guidance in starting a home-based rosemaling business is included. 23733 9/9 - 11/25 CLS Waupaca Juel Krueger Shop $119.02 Tu 9:00 AM-Noon (62+) $5.75

Sketching & Pastel Drawing Fundamentals

60-306-679K

Provides instruction in the fundamentals of creating pastel colored drawings. Students start with quick sketches of various still life and landscape subjects, then work toward completed works of art. For those interested in painting, the drawing skills developed in this class provide an excellent foundation. No prior experience required. 22987 9/22 - 11/3 CLS Appleton Campus $93.45 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $84.68

Soap Making-Cold Process Method

60-306-655S

Presents the basics of cold process soap making including equipment, ingredients and safe handling of lye. The use of natural additives such as essential oils and herbs for coloring, scenting and therapeutic purposes is also covered. Students have the opportunity to try the process and take home a pre-prepared sample. An additional fee for supplies is required. 22991 11/10 - 11/10 CLS Appleton Campus $21.70 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $20.10

Stained Glass

60-306-648E

Presents glass techniques with an emphasis on leaded and copper foiled projects. A list of the tools and materials that are needed is provided during the first session. 23766 9/15 - 10/27 LAB Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $93.45 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $84.68

Wood Carving/Painting for Profit

47-306-446J

Provides instruction on how to begin a profitable home-based business for the sale of handcrafted, carved wooden items. In each session various aspects of business operation are covered while students work on their handcrafted pieces. 23006 10/15 - 12/17 CLS Chilton Regional Center $119.02 W 8:30 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $5.75 23007 9/9 - 11/11 CLS Kaukauna 1000 Island Center $119.02 Tu 12:45-4:15 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23003 10/9 - 12/18 CLS Kaukauna 1000 Island Center $119.02 Th 8:30 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $5.75 23004 10/9 - 12/18 CLS Kaukauna 1000 Island Center $119.02 Th 12:30-4:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23005 9/10 - 11/12 CLS Kimberly High School $119.02 W 5:30-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23008 9/9 - 12/11 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $119.02 9/9 - 11/11 Tu 8:45 AM-12:15 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23329 9/8 - 11/10 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $119.02 M 8:30 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $5.75 23330 9/8 - 11/10 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $119.02 M 12:30-4:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23331 9/9 - 11/11 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $119.02 Tu 5:30-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23291 9/10 - 11/12 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $119.02 W 8:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $5.75 23292 9/10 - 11/12 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $119.02 W 12:30-4:30 PM Sup (62+) $5.75

Zentangle

60-301-609A

Apply Zentangle’s relaxing methods of creating beautiful images from repetitive patterns. It has been known to increase focus, reduce stress and provides artistic satisfaction and creativity. Even if you don’t consider yourself creative or artistic, you can create something beautiful the first time you try it. 21855 9/17 - 10/22 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $53.59 W 6:00-8:00 PM Sup (62+) $48.80 23332 9/16 - 10/21 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $53.59 Tu 6:00-8:00 PM Sup (62+) $48.80

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English Language Learning The English Language Institute offers two English language learning programs for students whose native language is not English: • Adult Basic Education-English is a non-credit program for community residents and develops basic English skills for daily life and career advancement. • Intensive English Program is a for-credit program and develops specific pronunciation, reading, writing and grammar skills necessary to prepare for college-level classes and for career advancement. www.fvtc.edu/global • (920) 735-2443

AUTOMATION, INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL Advanced AC/DC Variable Speed Drives (1 cr.)

10-620-190

Covers graphical programming and various communication techniques of current and vector drives. A multifunctional trainer is configured to demonstrate complex master/slave drive functions, on-line monitoring of drive performance, and to build troubleshooting skills. COREQ: Electrical Motors-AC (10-620-172); DC/AC Variable Speed Drives (10-609-172); AC Circuits 2 (10-660-115) and Programmable Logic Controllers 2 (10-620-182) recommended. 23204 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible 23271 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible 22794 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible 22922 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible

Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers 1 (1 cr.)

10-620-192

An introduction to the Siemens S7-200 Programmable Controller. Course work will include controller start-up procedures, examination of data types and memory modes, the basic instruction set for programming ladder logic, and hands-on activities used to reinforce the areas studied. COREQ: Programmable Logic Controllers 2 (10-620-182). 23200 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible 23267 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible 22788 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible 22919 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible

Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers 2 (1 cr.)

10-620-193

A continuation of the study of the Siemens S7-200 Programmable Controller. Examination of advanced ladder diagram instructions and industrial PLC applications is the emphasis of the course. Hands-on activities programming the PLC for specific industrial applications are used to reinforce the areas studied. COREQ: Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers 1 (10-620-192); Process Variables and Measurements 1 (10-620-183) recommended. 23215 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible 23283 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible 22790 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible 22920 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible

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Advanced Systems Control (1 cr.)

10-620-191

Capstone course that uses the Allen-Bradley SLC-500 programmable controller to operate servomechanism systems and a pneumatic robot. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the programs written by the student. COREQ: Electromechanical Systems 1 (10-620-189). 23211 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23278 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22786 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22918 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

AutoCAD Fundamentals (1 cr.)

10-628-187

Introduces students to creating and editing CAD drawings utilizing AutoCAD software. Students will learn to draw, edit, dimension, and plot drawings. 23140 9/4 - 10/23 LAB Appleton Campus $151.45 Th 11:30 AM-2:20 PM

Blueprint Reading & AutoCAD (1 cr.)

10-628-188

Introduces students to reading both electrical schematics and mechanical prints, while utilizing the AutoCAD software. COREQ: AutoCAD Fundamentals (10-628-187). 23141 10/30 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $151.45 Th 11:30 AM-2:20 PM

Cell Integration (3 cr.)

10-628-141

Focuses on integration of a complete manufacturing cell. Typical components include programmable controllers, robot, sensors, drives, conveyors, pneumatics, hard automation, control wiring and vision. Students plan, wire, program, troubleshoot and develop documentation for the whole system. PREREQ: Controls and PLCs (10-628-123); Industrial Electronics (10-628-124) or Logic & Semiconductor Concepts (10-660-187). 23536 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $454.35 Th 4:00-9:00 PM

Computer Systems (2 cr.)

10-628-180

Introduces students to computer systems, including computer hardware, operating systems, and networking fundamentals. Students will become familiar with the overall computing process, troubleshooting and repairing PC related issues. 23072 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $302.90 Th 7:30-10:20 AM

Concepts of Programming for Technicians (1 cr.)

10-628-101

Introduces students to programming fundamentals necessary in automation related careers. Students will discuss proper programming structures and components as well as create and troubleshoot programs. 23098 9/5 - 10/24 LAB Appleton Campus $151.45 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

DC/AC Variable Speed Drives (1 cr.)

10-609-172

Covers operational controls, characteristics and drive functionality. Laboratory activities involve drive setup and wiring as well as safe troubleshooting and testing practices. A working knowledge of electronics is recommended. COREQ: Electrical Motors (10-609-171 or 10-620-172). 23203 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $148.20 Flexible Txt 23270 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $148.20 Flexible Txt 22783 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $148.20 Flexible Txt 22916 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $148.20 Flexible Txt

Electrical Generators & Power Dist Systems (1 cr.)

10-620-170

Electrical Motors-AC (1 cr.)

10-620-172

Covers the operation of single-phase and three-phase AC motors. Laboratory activities are performed to reinforce the theory. PREREQ: AC Circuits 1 (10-660-114); Electrical Generators & Power Dist Systems (10-620-170) recommended. 23202 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23269 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22764 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22898 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Electrical Motors-DC (1 cr.)

10-620-171

Evaluates the operation of DC motors such as the series, shunt, and compound motors. Various types of servo motors are also examined. Laboratory activities reinforce the theory. A working knowledge of electronics is recommended. PREREQ: DC Circuits 2 (10-660-111). 23197 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23263 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22765 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22900 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Electromechanical Systems 1 (1 cr.)

10-620-189

Capstone course that uses the competencies learned throughout the Electromechanical program to operate various systems that interface with each other such as digital, servomechanisms, electrohydraulic and gear mechanisms. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. PREREQ: Pneumatics 1 (10-620-162); System Troubleshooting (10-620-188); Sensors (10-620-187); DC/AC Variable Speed Drives (10-609-172); Corequisite: Servomechanisms 2 (10-620-174). 23210 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23277 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22785 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22917 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Electronic Shop Practices (1 cr.)

10-620-169

Introduces various aspects of the electronic shop such as basic soldering principles, surface mount technology, troubleshooting, repairing and circuit protection devices and performing panel-wiring exercises. Customer relations is also discussed. 23220 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible 22762 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible 22891 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible

Enterprise Integration (2 cr.)

10-628-143

Covers enterprise integration and communication. Students learn control and communication networks such as Ethernet, DeviceNet and ControlNet. Students integrate an enterprise from the plant floor devices to the business systems. Wonderware Intouch and RSView are used to develop SCADA applications that utilize SQL into the business systems. Students develop graphical operator, maintenance and management information, and I/O screens. PREREQ: Controls and PLCs (10-628-123). 23533 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $302.90 M 5:00-8:00 PM

Examines the construction and operation of generators and covers power distribution systems such as the single-phase Edison and three-phase delta and wye configurations. The theory is reinforced by laboratory activities. PREREQ: AC Circuits 1 (10-660-114). 23187 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23248 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22763 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22897 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

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Hydraulics 1 (1 cr.)

10-620-154

Introduces the fundamental principles and laws of fluid power. Laboratory activities reinforce the theory. COREQ: College Technical Math 1 (10-804-115) or College Technical Math 1A (10-804113) or Industrial Maintenance Math (31-804-308). 23182 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23243 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22754 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22884 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Hydraulics 2 (1 cr.)

10-620-155

Examines the theory of pumps, actuators and various types of valves. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: Hydraulics 1 (10-620-154). 23186 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23247 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22755 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22885 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Hydraulics 3 (1 cr.)

10-620-156

Examines accessory components of a hydraulic system. This course concludes with the analysis of several hydraulic circuits. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: Hydraulics 2 (10-620-155). 23214 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23282 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22756 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22886 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Industrial Operations 1 (1 cr.)

10-620-195

Theory-based course primarily designed for students who have had little or no industrial experience. The organizational structure and departmental responsibilities of a typical manufacturing company are discussed. Plant layout, material handling, production and inventory strategies are also covered. 23216 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23284 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22796 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22923 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Industrial Operations 2 (1 cr.)

10-620-196

Theory-based course that introduces the student to the fields of industrial engineering such as time and motion study, quality control and engineering economy. COREQ: Industrial Operations 1 (10-620-195). 23217 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23285 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22798 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22924 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Industrial Solid State 1 (1 cr.)

10-620-152

Examines the theory of the 555 integrated circuit timer and the 741 operational amplifier. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: Solid State 2 (10-660-121). 23192 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23253 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22752 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22882 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Industrial Solid State 2 (1 cr.)

10-620-153

Studies the operation of semiconductor power devices that drive industrial actuators such as the UJT, SCR and TRIAC. Amplitude, phase control and pulse-width modulation applications are presented. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: Industrial Solid State 1 (10-620-152). 23199 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23266 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22753 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22883 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Instrumentation and Process Control (3 cr.)

10-628-131

Examines servo and process control with an emphasis in instrumentation. Students learn to control temperature, level, flow, position and velocity, as well as PID tuning and calibration of systems. The basics of statistical process control are emphasized. Students develop programs and perform control, tuning and calibration. PREREQ: PLC 3 (10-628-153). 23143 9/4 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Campus $454.35 Th 8:30-11:20 AM Txt F 12:30-2:20 PM 23534 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $454.35 M 4:00-9:00 PM Txt

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Instrumentation and Process Control 1 (1 cr.)

10-620-185

Describes the instrument devices used in open- and closed-loop process control systems, illustrates the P&ID symbols to which they are assigned, and performs calibration techniques. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: Process Variables & Measurements 2 (10-620-184). 23212 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23279 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22777 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22913 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Instrumentation and Process Control 2 (1 cr.)

10-620-186

Describes the various production methods used in process industries and provides a background of PID control strategies and controller tuning to accommodate the dynamics of various systems. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: Instrumentation & Process Control 1 (10-628-185). 23213 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23281 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22779 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22914 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Ladder Logic and Control Devices (1 cr.)

10-609-170

Introduces ladder logic diagrams used to document power control networks. Discrete industrial devices are also studied including switches, contactors, relays, timers, and motor starters. Students will design, construct, and troubleshoot ladder logic circuitry following safe working procedures. Memory addressing schemes and PLC hardware of an Allen-Bradley SLC-500 is introduced. Students taking this course should have a working knowledge of DC and AC circuits. 23190 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $148.20 Flexible Txt 23069 9/2 - 10/21 LAB Appleton Campus $148.20 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 23530 9/4 - 10/23 LAB Appleton Campus $148.20 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 23251 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $148.20 Flexible Txt 22770 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $148.20 Flexible Txt 22907 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $148.20 Flexible Txt

Mechanical Drives 1 (1 cr.)

10-620-177

Covers the principles, operation, maintenance and configurations of belt and chain drives. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: Mechanical Linkages 1 (10-620-160). 23181 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23242 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22768 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22904 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Mechanical Drives 2 (1 cr.)

10-620-178

Covers the principles, operation, maintenance and configuration of gears, gearing and power transmission. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: Mechanical Drives 1 (10-620-177). 23194 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23257 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22769 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22906 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

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Mechanical Linkages 1 (1 cr.)

10-620-160

Covers the mechanical theory of various linkages such as levers, four-bar mechanisms, shaft couplings and alignment. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: College Technical Math 1 (10-804-115) or College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or Industrial Maintenance Math (31-804-308). 23178 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23239 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22758 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22887 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Mechanical Linkages 2 (1 cr.)

10-620-161

Covers the theory and application of lubrication principles, plain bearings and roller element bearings. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: Mechanical Linkages 1 (10-620-160). 23255 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23256 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22759 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22888 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Operator Interfaces (1 cr.)

10-628-159

Focuses on programming and integrating color touch screens for I/O and operator information and control. Rockwell ControlLogix PLC’s and touch panels are used. PREREQ: Programmable Logic Controllers 1 (10-609-173). 23134 9/3 - 10/22 LAB Appleton Campus $151.45 W 12:30-3:20 PM 23532 9/8 - 10/20 LAB Appleton Campus $151.45 M 6:00-9:00 PM

PLC 2 (1 cr.)

10-628-152

Introduces students to the ControlLogix PLC platform and hardware configurations. Students will create, organize, edit, download, test, and debug RSLogix5000 projects using bit operations, timers, and counters. Additionally, students will wire industrial sensors as inputs along with various output devices. PREREQ: Programmable Logic Controllers (10-609-173). 23537 9/4 - 10/23 LAB Appleton Campus $151.45 Th 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 23132 9/8 - 10/20 LAB Appleton Campus $151.45 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

PLC 3 (1 cr.)

10-628-153

Introduces advanced programming and configuration of the ControlLogix Programmable Automation Controllers. Students create ladder programs using bit, math, logic, comparison, and file instructions with both digital and analog inputs and outputs. COREQ: Programmable Logic Controllers (10-628-152). 23133 10/27 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $151.45 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 23538 10/30 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $151.45 Th 6:00-9:00 PM Txt

PLC 4 (1 cr.)

10-628-154

Introduces the IEC 61131-3 compatible languages within ControlLogix Programmable Automation Controllers. Students are introduced to Structured Text (ST), Sequential Function Charts (SFC), and Function Block Diagrams (FBD). Additionally, students learn advanced I/O configuration and data communications. PREREQ: PLC 3 (10-628-153). 23539 9/4 - 10/23 LAB Appleton Campus $151.45 Th 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 23144 9/5 - 10/24 LAB Appleton Campus $151.45 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

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PLC 5 (1 cr.)

10-628-155

Introduces motion programming within the ControlLogix Programmable Automation Controllers. Students will configure, tune, program, and troubleshoot a complete motion control system. The course will cover homing, moving, jogging, and coordinated axis instructions of a motion device. COREQ: PLC 4 (10-628-154). 23540 10/30 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $151.45 Th 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 23145 10/31 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Campus $151.45 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

Pneumatics 1 (1 cr.)

10-620-162

Introduces the principles of compressed air and studies various control operations such as speed, force and direction. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: College Technical Math 1 (10-804-115) or College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or Industrial Maintenance Math (31-804-308). 23177 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23238 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22760 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22889 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Pneumatics 2 (1 cr.)

10-620-163

Covers the different types of valves and pilot devices. This course concludes by analyzing how actuators and components control various types of pneumatic circuits. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: Pneumatics 1 (10-620-162). 23207 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23274 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22761 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22890 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Process Variables and Measurements 1 (1 cr.)

10-620-183

Covers the properties and characteristics of pressure and temperature variables associated with process control. Instruments that measure these variables are calibrated and used to determine the condition of the variables. Completion of Pneumatics 1 and Solid State 2 is recommended before taking this course. 23208 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23275 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22773 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22911 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Process Variables and Measurements 2 (1 cr.)

10-620-184

Covers the properties and characteristics of level, flow and analytical variables associated with process control. Instruments that measure these variables are calibrated and used to determine the condition of the variables. COREQ: Process Variables & Measurements 1 (10-620-183). 23209 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23276 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22774 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22912 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

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Programmable Logic Controllers 1 (1 cr.)

10-609-173

Covers PLC I/O configuration, ladder diagram networks, latches, timers, counters, comparing and forcing concepts. Hands-on labs use the Allen Bradley SLC-500 series controllers. COREQ: Ladder Logic and Control Devices (10-609-170). 23195 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $148.20 Flexible Txt 23258 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $148.20 Flexible Txt 23070 10/28 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $148.20 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 23531 10/30 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $148.20 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 22771 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $148.20 Flexible Txt 22909 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $148.20 Flexible Txt

Programmable Logic Controllers 2 (1 cr.)

10-620-182

Covers sequencers, jumps, arithmetic operations and analog operations of the Allen-Bradley SLC-500 programmable controller. Sensor interfacing is included. Programming exercises verify the theory. COREQ: Programmable Logic Controllers 1 (10-609-173). 23196 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23260 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22772 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22910 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Robotics (2 cr.)

10-628-112

Establishes a firm foundation in industrial robotics. The major electronics and mechanics of common robots are studied. Robot types, typical applications and end-of-arm tooling is presented as well as the programming of pick and place servo robots. 23535 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $302.90 Th 5:00-8:00 PM 23103 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $302.90 M 8:30-11:20 AM 23142 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $302.90 M 12:30-3:20 PM

Robotics 1 (1 cr.)

10-620-197

Introduces the terminology, movements and the physical construction of the robot and the applications for which they are used. Basic programming is also covered. Students become familiar with the equipment in laboratory activities. Instructor permission required. 23218 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23286 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt

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Robotics 2 (1 cr.)

10-620-198

Requires students to write programs that enable a robot to perform various operations. Laboratory activities are completed to verify the programs. COREQ: Robotics 1 (10-620-197). 23219 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23287 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt

Sensors (1 cr.)

10-620-187

Covers various types of sensors used in industrial operations such as inductive and capacitive proximity detectors, Hall-effect devices and various optical sensing modes. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: Ladder Logic and Control Devices (10-609-170). 23201 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23268 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22781 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22915 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Servomechanisms 1 (1 cr.)

10-620-173

Introduces the servomechanism systems used to operate many types of automated systems. The concepts and elements of open and closed-loop systems are covered. On/off and PID control modes are also presented. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. PREREQ: Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers 1 (10-620-192); Advanced AC/DC Variable Speed Drives recommended. 23205 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23272 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22766 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22901 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

Servomechanisms 2 (1 cr.)

10-620-174

Feedback sensing devices are introduced, and the operation of position and velocity control systems is studied. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: Servomechanisms 1 (10-620-173). 23206 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 23273 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22767 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22902 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt

System Troubleshooting (1 cr.)

10-620-188

Develops troubleshooting skills by using several closed-loop systems on a level and flow process trainer. Students identify faults electrically inserted into this trainer by recognizing symptoms, creating and using flow charts for analysis, and finding the problem with test instruments. COREQ: Ladder Logic and Control Devices (10-609-170); Electrical Safety, Industry (10-609-101). 23191 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible 23252 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible 22792 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible 22921 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible

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Automotive classes offer everything from diagnostics to maintenance & repair.

AUTOMOTIVE Automotive Service Fundamentals (2 cr.)

10-602-107

Focuses on developing skills in professionalism, safety, and the use of basic and power tools in accordance with industry standards. Students are introduced to the automotive service industry and learn to use both comprehensive and manufacturer’s service information to perform basic underhood and under-car services. PREREQ: Completion of 94602100 Bennett Mechanical Assessment with a score of 27% or greater or completion of 10806175 Science Principles for Transportation; ACCPL Reading >= 47 OR ACT Read >= 15 OR Program Prep. 23370 9/2 - 11/20 CON Appleton Transportation Center $356.40 TuTh 6:00-9:20 PM Txt

Steering & Suspension Systems (3 cr.)

10-602-124

Focuses on developing the skills needed to diagnose, service and repair steering and suspension systems including wheel alignment procedures. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 47 OR ACT Read >= 15 OR Program Prep; Coreq: Automotive Service Fundamentals (10-602-107) or Intro to Auto Refinishing (10-405-181) or Intro to Collision Repair (10-405-180). 20720 9/3 - 12/22 CON Appleton Transportation Center $511.10 MW 6:00-9:20 PM Txt

AVIATION Private Pilot-Flight (3 cr.)

10-402-191

Covers ground and flight training of aerodynamics and aircraft performance, aircraft systems, aviation human factors, air traffic control and airspace, aviation law and regulation, aviation weather, aviation safety, airworthiness, flight maneuvers, weight and balance, navigation, and emergency operations to the Private Pilot certificate level. PREREQ: Admission to Aeronautics-Pilot Training program, Aeronautics Professional Pilot Embedded Technical Diploma or department consent; Corequisite: Provate Pilot - Ground (10-402-101). 21030 8/25 - 12/22 LAB Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $8,386.73 Flexible Txt

Private Pilot-Ground (3 cr.)

10-402-101

Covers ground training of aerodynamics and aircraft performance, aircraft systems, aviation human factors, air traffic control and airspace, aviation law and regulation, aviation weather, aviation safety, airworthiness, flight maneuvers, weight and balance, navigation, and emergency operations to the Private Pilot certificate level. PREREQ: Admission to Aeronautics-Pilot Training program, Aeronautics Professional Pilot Embedded Technical Diploma or department consent. 21040 8/26 - 12/16 CLS Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $419.85 Tu 7:30-11:00 AM Txt

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BABYSITTING Home Alone Baby Sitting Safety

47-531-487

Teaches the babysitter how to deal with crying, tantrums, bedtime issues, how to provide a safe environment and first aid emergencies. Infant/Child CPR and choking are also taught. 23777 10/4 - 10/4 CLS Chilton Regional Center $33.92 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM (62+) $8.75 21252 9/20 - 9/20 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $33.92 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM (62+) $8.75 21253 10/25 - 10/25 CLS Shiocton Public Library $33.92 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM (62+) $8.75 23737 9/13 - 9/13 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $33.92 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM (62+) $8.75 23736 10/25 - 10/25 CLS Wild Rose Hospital $33.92 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM (62+) $8.75

BARTENDING/RESPONSIBLE BEVERAGE SERVICE Responsible Beverage Service

47-311-400 & 47-311-400DE

Provides the training required by Section 125 of the 1989 Wisconsin Act 253. It is designed for owners/operators in the food and beverage industry. A certificate is awarded to students completing the course with at least an 80% score on the post-test. Attendance is required for the entire scheduled class. 20161 8/28 - 8/28 IVC Appleton Campus $25.00 Th 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $12.41 20167 9/12 - 9/12 IVC Appleton Campus $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20173 10/10 - 10/10 IVC Appleton Campus $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20179 11/14 - 11/14 IVC Appleton Campus $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20185 12/5 - 12/5 IVC Appleton Campus $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20163 8/28 - 8/28 IVC Chilton Regional Center $25.00 Th 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $12.41 20169 9/12 - 9/12 IVC Chilton Regional Center $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20175 10/10 - 10/10 IVC Chilton Regional Center $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20181 11/14 - 11/14 IVC Chilton Regional Center $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20187 12/5 - 12/5 IVC Chilton Regional Center $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20164 8/28 - 8/28 IVC Clintonville Regional Center $25.00 Th 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $12.41 20170 9/12 - 9/12 IVC Clintonville Regional Center $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20176 10/10 - 10/10 IVC Clintonville Regional Center $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20182 11/14 - 11/14 IVC Clintonville Regional Center $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20188 12/5 - 12/5 IVC Clintonville Regional Center $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20162 8/28 - 8/28 IVC Oshkosh Riverside Campus $25.00 Th 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $12.41 20168 9/12 - 9/12 IVC Oshkosh Riverside Campus $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20174 10/10 - 10/10 IVC Oshkosh Riverside Campus $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20180 11/14 - 11/14 IVC Oshkosh Riverside Campus $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20186 12/5 - 12/5 IVC Oshkosh Riverside Campus $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20165 8/28 - 8/28 IVC Waupaca Regional Center $25.00 Th 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $12.41 20171 9/12 - 9/12 IVC Waupaca Regional Center $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20177 10/10 - 10/10 IVC Waupaca Regional Center $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41 20183 11/14 - 11/14 IVC Waupaca Regional Center $25.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $12.41

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Accelerated Programs for Working Adults Fox Valley Technical College offers accelerated associate degree programs for working adults. Accelerated programs are not a shortcut; they are evening classes that require a commitment to independent and group study. Credits transfer to many four-year colleges and universities. • Business Management • Human Resources • Management Development • Meeting & Event Management For more information, call (920) 735-2429. • Early Childhood Education For more information, contact Kathy Meetz at meetz@fvtc.edu. • Culinary Arts For more information, contact Chef Jeff at chefjeff@fvtc.edu. 20189

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BUSINESS Administration of Estates (3 cr.)

10-110-114D1

An in-depth course dealing with wills, trusts, estates, and probate. Identifies techniques for fact gathering, income and death tax principles, use of trusts, probate, and administration of terms of wills. PREREQ: Introduction to Paralegalism & Legal Ethics (10-110-101). 20784 9/8 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 M 6:00-9:00 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/15, 9/29, 10/13, 10/27, 11/10, 11/24, 12/8, 12/22

Business Law 1 (3 cr.)

10-102-103

Introduces legal principles and standard business law concepts and their implications for business. It emphasizes contracts, sales, commercial paper, bailment, agency and real property, with references to the Uniform Commercial Code and recent consumer legislation. 20474 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20475 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 20477 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 20473 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20573 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 Tu 1:30-4:20 PM Txt 20574 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

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Business, Introduction to (3 cr.)

10-102-112 & 10-102-112DE

Provides an overview of the variety of activities in the world of business. It focuses on the responsibilities connected with operating a business from both organizational and managerial viewpoints. It also examines the role of government in business. 20482 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 20480 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20484 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 1:30-4:20 PM Txt 20483 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 20481 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20486 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20479 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20571 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20572 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 20488 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Civil Litigation Procedures (3 cr.)

10-110-151

Provides students with outlines of the stages of civil litigation including initial client contact, investigation, pleadings, and motions. Covers the civil litigation procedure during discovery, trial, and appeal. PREREQ: Introduction to Paralegalism & Legal Ethics (10-110-101). 20792 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 6:00-9:00 PM Txt

Creditor/Debtor Relations (3 cr.)

10-110-122D1

Provides students with fundamentals of pre and post-judgment collection rights, creditor protection devices, State and Federal consumer protection laws, and Federal bankruptcy laws. PREREQ: Introduction to Paralegalism & Legal Ethics (10-110-101). 20793 9/2 - 12/16 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/9, 9/23, 10/7, 10/21, 11/4, 11/18, 12/2, 12/16

Family Law (3 cr.)

10-110-106D1

Familiarizes the student with basic legal concepts involved in the area of family relations. Primary emphasis is in the field of divorce. Additional topics include children in need of protection and services, termination of parental rights, adoption, guardianship, and court procedures relating to family law. PREREQ: Introduction to Paralegalism & Legal Ethics (10-110-101). 20791 9/8 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 M 6:00-9:00 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/8, 9/22, 10/6, 10/20, 11/3, 11/17, 12/1, 12/15

Be “On Course” for College Success The 1-credit, 18-hour College Success course integrates Skip Downing’s “On Course” college and life success tools. The course will introduce you to the culture of higher education and give you the tools and strategies to prepping for college level classes, test taking, living away from home, and taking charge of your future. Learn how to adopt a “Creator Mindset,” develop inner motivation, and increase self-awareness and self-management by staying on-course. Other topics include setting and committing to goals and dreams, creating a support system, developing emotional intelligence and reducing stress. See course # 10-890-100 on next page. 16 Fall 2014

Global Business Fundamentals (3 cr.)

10-138-150

Provides the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and understanding of global business foundations, global business environments, organizing and managing global business, marketing in a global economy and global financial management. 20724 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 20725 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20585 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

Introduction to Paralegalism & Legal Ethics (3 cr.)

10-110-101

Provides students with an introduction to the legal profession, court system, legal ethics, legal terminology, research, law office management concepts and procedures, and the role of paralegals. 20799 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

Law Office Management (1 cr.)

10-110-152D1

Provides paralegal students with the fundamentals of law office management and organization. Topics include the organization and utilization of support personnel, time and billing systems, budgets, case and file management, calendaring and docket control, accounting systems, marketing, legal computer applications, ethical obligations of the paralegal in a law office, and career opportunities for paralegals. COREQ: Introduction to Paralegalism & Legal Ethics (10-110-101). 20795 9/2 - 10/28 HYB Appleton Campus $152.95 Tu 6:00-8:00 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/2, 9/16, 9/30, 10/14, 10/28

Legal Research (3 cr.)

10-110-104

Focuses on the application of legal research techniques using traditional and computer-assisted resources and federal and state materials. PREREQ: Introduction to Paralegalism & Legal Ethics (10-110-101). 20801 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Txt

Legal Technology (2 cr.)

10-110-150

Learn how to develop technology skills using various law office computer applications including case and client management, document management, electronic discovery and presentation technology. COREQ: Introduction to Paralegalism & Legal Ethics (10-110-101). 20803 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 M 6:00-8:00 PM Txt

Legal Writing (3 cr.)

10-110-105

An advanced writing course that covers various internal and external legal documents. PREREQ: Introduction to Paralegalism & Legal Ethics (10-110-101) and Legal Research (10-110-104) Corequisite: Written Communication (10-801-195). 20804 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 6:00-9:00 PM Txt Also See: Entrepreneurship Management Supply Chain Management

CAREER SKILLS & EXPLORATION Career Analysis and Development (1 cr.)

10-890-110E

Designed for students who are undecided about a program and career choice. Through the process of career planning, students discover how to match personal needs and expectations with satisfying career options. Individual career counseling services are available for students with specific career planning needs. 22169 10/27 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 M 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 22170 10/28 - 12/16 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Tu 5:30-7:20 PM Txt

College and Career Success (2 cr.)

10-890-110DE

Participants examine career options, develop academic and career goals, and learn specific skills to enhance their success in meeting their professional and personal goals. Topics include personal and academic assessments, determining career fits, and personal development skills including learning styles, time management, test-taking, how to access academic resources, and goal setting. 22182 9/2 - 10/24 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt 22183 10/27 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt

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College Success 1 (1 cr.)

10-890-100 & 10-890-100DE

Encourages students to explore and develop the skills, attitudes and habits leading to academic success. Topics include study skills such as memory devices, test-taking and note-taking; personal development skills including learning style and time management, and orientation to FVTC services and resources. 23573 8/25 - 8/29 ACC Appleton Campus $142.95 M-F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20851 9/2 - 10/21 IVC Appleton Campus $142.95 Tu 9:30-11:20 AM Txt 22179 9/8 - 10/20 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 M 5:30-7:20 PM Txt 22181 10/27 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22178 10/29 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 W 11:30 AM-1:20 PM Txt 20853 9/2 - 10/21 IVC Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Tu 9:30-11:20 AM Txt 20855 9/2 - 10/21 IVC Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Tu 9:30-11:20 AM Txt 20852 9/2 - 10/21 IVC Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Tu 9:30-11:20 AM Txt 22177 10/30 - 12/18 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Th 8:30-10:20 AM Txt 20856 9/2 - 10/21 IVC Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 Tu 9:30-11:20 AM Txt 22180 9/2 - 10/24 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

Employability Strategies (1 cr.)

10-890-103 & 10-890-103DE

Designed to ease the student’s transition from school to the world of work. The strategies of getting a job and the interpersonal skills needed in keeping it are emphasized. Topics include the job search, employment correspondence, application for employment and job interviewing. These topics are enhanced by mock interviews, individualized job search planning and employment advising, and presentations from human resource personnel. 22171 9/3 - 10/22 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 W 11:30 AM-1:20 PM Txt 22173 9/5 - 10/24 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 F 8:30-10:20 AM Txt 22172 10/28 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 Tu 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 22174 10/31 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 F 8:30-10:20 AM Txt 22175 9/2 - 10/24 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt 22176 10/27 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

Moving Forward: Resume

47-890-411D

There is no single, right way to write a resume. The format of the resume is based on the type of work you are seeking and the value you bring to the position. A facilitated discussion will address the many questions participants have about resumes/cover letters. Job search strategies/tools are introduced. 23719 10/21 - 10/21 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $18.34 Tu 5:30-8:30 PM (62+) $5.75

COMMUNICATIONS Communication, Applied (2 cr.)

31-801-318

Focuses on technical vocabulary, business writing, job search strategies, interpersonal communication and oral presentation skills through individual and group activities. It is recommended that the student have basic computer skills, an ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and an ACCUPLACER Sentence Skills score of 83 or greater or completion of equivalent Program Prep courses. Personal/professional development students who have not taken the ACCUPLACER test need to consult with their instructor during the first class. 21179 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 F 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 21180 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 M 2:30-5:20 PM Txt

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Creative Writing: For Fun, Maybe Money!

47-801-402V

See what really works for all genres of writing. With fun and creative classroom work, exciting assignments, careful critiquing, and professional 1-on-1 guidance, develop skills of observation, creative messing around, organization and re-re-re-writing. Find your voice through unique interactive lessons emphasizing the creation of effective and engaging writing. 23712 9/11 - 10/9 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $56.09 Th 6:00-9:00 PM (62+) $5.75

Designing Content for the Web (3 cr.)

10-699-117DE

Focuses on design and delivery of professional quality Web content. Students will learn to incorporate usability in Web page design, terminology, appropriate document file formats and incorporate optimized graphic images. PREREQ: Written Communication (10-801-195) or English Composition (10-801-136. 21443 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

English Composition 1 (3 cr.)

10-801-136, 10-801-136D1, & 10-801-136DE

Designed for learners to develop knowledge and skills in all aspects of the writing process. Planning, organizing, writing, editing and revising are applied through a variety of activities. Students will analyze audience and purpose, use elements of research and format documents using standard guidelines. Individuals will develop critical reading skills through analysis of various written documents. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/English) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 21188 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 21183 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 21976 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20810 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Chilton Regional Center $449.85 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/4, 9/18, 10/2, 10/16, 10/30, 11/13, 12/4, 12/18

20813

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Clintonville Regional Center Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

$449.85

Meeting date(s): 9/4, 9/18, 10/2, 10/16, 10/30, 11/13, 12/4, 12/18

20807

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Oshkosh Riverside Campus Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

$449.85

Meeting date(s): 9/4, 9/18, 10/2, 10/16, 10/30, 11/13, 12/4, 12/18

20237

9/8 - 12/22

CLS

20814

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Oshkosh Riverside Campus M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt Waupaca Regional Center Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

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Meeting date(s): 9/4, 9/18, 10/2, 10/16, 10/30, 11/13, 12/4, 12/18

21198

9/2 - 12/22

ONL

Online/Internet Flexible

E-portfolio Development (1 cr.)

$449.85 Txt

10-699-142DE

Focuses on the completion of an e-portfolio as a culminating assessment of student progress throughout the program. Students take away an electronic portfolio of their best work that they can use during their professional careers. 21448 10/27 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible

Information Design (3 cr.)

10-699-120DE

Prepares students to design and manage information using a variety of methods–instructional design strategies, performance support system software and information systems theories. Students will be required to use project management techniques in order to create a simple training session for online delivery and develop a support system using RoboHelp. PREREQ: Written Communication (10-801-195) or English Composition (10-801-136. 21449 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Intercultural Communication (3 cr.)

10-699-102DE

Sensitizes students to the needs and expectations of people of other cultures and introduces skills necessary for effective intercultural communication. Topics include appropriate verbal and nonverbal communication, written communication patterns, business and social etiquette, and intercultural negotiation strategies. Students will also examine universal systems, cultural values and problems associated with language diversity. 21451 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

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Introduction to Professional Communications (3 cr.)

10-699-112DE

Provides new students with firm knowledge of the Professional Communications program. Students will explore the careers associated with this field and work on improving technical writing skills. Technical editing and proofreading will be introduced in this course. PRE/COREQ: Written Communication (10-801-195) or English Composition (10-801-136). 21452 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Oral/Interpersonal Comm (3 cr.)

10-801-196 & 10-801-196D1

Focuses on developing various communication skills including speaking and listening. Students practice intrapersonal/interpersonal and nonverbal communication skills through oral presentations, group activities and written projects. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 21316 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 21377 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 2:30-5:20 PM Txt 21460 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Th 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/4, 10/2, 10/30, 12/11

21464

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Appleton Campus W 12:30-4:20 PM

$449.85 Txt

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Meeting date(s): 9/3, 10/1, 10/29, 12/10

21466

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Appleton Campus M 5:30-9:20 PM

$449.85 Txt

Meeting date(s): 9/8, 10/6, 11/3, 12/15

21317 21315 21319

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21301

9/5 - 12/19

CLS

21310

9/5 - 12/19

CLS

21311

9/5 - 12/19

CLS

21302

9/6 - 10/25

ACC

21309

9/8 - 12/22

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21312 20826 20831 20827 20240 20241 20242 20243 20244 20245 20828 20829

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Proposal/Grant Writing (3 cr.)

10-699-106DE

Introduces the skills to evaluate, assess and apply appropriate writing principles in writing grants and proposals. Students will complete this class with direct experience in writing a grant. PREREQ: Written Communication (10-801-195) or English Composition (10-801-136. 21455 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Publishing Content for Mobile Devices (1 cr.)

10-699-122DE

Introduces electronic publishing of ePublications as used by professional communicators. This 9-week course will focus on how to publish content in the ePub format to electronic mobile devices such as the iPad, smart phone, and Nook. Publishing content to the Kindle will also be discussed. 23492 10/27 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible

Social Media (1 cr.)

10-699-121DE

Introduces social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other new media, as used by professional communicators. This 9-week course will stress how to integrate social media for business purposes and apply quality marketing/public relations strategies. 23730 8/25 - 8/29 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt 21456 9/2 - 10/24 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

Speech (3 cr.)

10-801-198

Covers the fundamentals of oral presentation, topic selection, audience analysis, speech organization, research, evidence and support, delivery, evaluation, listening and group problem solving. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/English) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 21326 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 1:30-4:20 PM Txt 20246 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 M 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

Technical Reporting (3 cr.)

10-801-197

Focuses on the preparation and presentation of a variety of oral and written technical reports. This course is designed as an advanced communication course for students who have completed at least the prerequisite writing course and a minimum of two semesters of relevant program course work. PREREQ: Written Communication or English Composition 1 with a grade of C or better and a minimum of 24 college credits or enrollment in UW-O Certificate or consent of instructor. Students should take this course in second semester of program courses. 20247 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 M 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

Video Publishing (1 cr.)

10-699-123DE

Introduces video development and publishing as used by professional communicators. This 9-week course will stress how to integrate video in documentation and websites for business purposes. 21457 9/2 - 10/24 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

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Written Communication (3 cr.)

10-801-195, 10-801-195D1, & 10-801-195DE

Teaches the writing process which includes prewriting, drafting and revising. Through writing assignments, students analyze audience and purpose, research and organize ideas, and format and design documents based on subject matter and content. Class sessions and assignments involve giving oral presentations and using computers. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 21367 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 21375 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 1:30-4:20 PM Txt 21395 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Th 8:30-11:20 AM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/11, 9/25, 10/9, 10/23, 11/6, 11/20, 12/4, 12/18

21399

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Appleton Campus W 12:30-3:20 PM

$449.85 Txt

Meeting date(s): 9/10, 9/24, 10/8, 10/22, 11/5, 11/19, 12/3, 12/17

21364 21369

9/3 - 12/17 9/4 - 12/18

CLS CLS

21348

9/5 - 12/19

CLS

21362

9/5 - 12/19

CLS

21365 21372 21339 23684 20832

9/8 - 12/22 9/8 - 12/22 11/1 - 12/20 9/3 - 12/17 9/5 - 12/19

CLS CLS ACC CLS IVC

20944

9/2 - 12/16

IVC

20834

9/5 - 12/19

IVC

20943 20248 20249 20250 20251 20252 20833 20253 20254 20835 20945 20946 21387 21391

9/2 - 12/16 9/2 - 12/16 9/3 - 12/17 9/4 - 12/18 9/4 - 12/18 9/5 - 12/19 9/5 - 12/19 9/8 - 12/22 9/8 - 12/22 9/5 - 12/19 9/2 - 12/16 9/2 - 12/16 9/2 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22 Meeting date(s): 9/5 Meeting date(s): 9/3 Meeting date(s): 9/3

IVC CLS CLS CLS CLS CLS IVC CLS CLS IVC IVC IVC ONL ONL

Appleton Campus W 2:30-5:20 PM Appleton Campus Th 5:30-8:20 PM Appleton Campus F 8:30-11:20 AM Appleton Campus F 12:30-3:20 PM Appleton Campus M 3:30-6:20 PM Appleton Campus M 5:30-8:20 PM Appleton Campus Sa 8:00 AM-Noon Chilton Regional Center W 5:00-8:00 PM Chilton Regional Center F 8:30-11:20 AM Clintonville High School Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Clintonville Regional Center F 8:30-11:20 AM Hortonville High School Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus W 12:30-3:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Th 12:30-3:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Th 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus F 8:30-11:20 AM Oshkosh Riverside Campus F 8:30-11:20 AM Oshkosh Riverside Campus M 8:30-11:20 AM Oshkosh Riverside Campus M 12:30-3:20 PM Waupaca Regional Center F 8:30-11:20 AM Wautoma High School Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Weyauwega High School Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Online/Internet Flexible Online/Internet Flexible F 8:30-11:20 AM W 5:30-7:00 PM W 7:00-8:20 PM

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COMPUTER NETWORKING Advanced Network Hardware Technologies (3 cr.)

10-150-122 & 10-150-122DE

Covers advanced networking topics including how routing tables are created, configuring static routes, implementing a classless IP addressing scheme, and configuring RIPv1, RIPv2, single area OSPF, and EIGRP operations in a small routed network. Includes considerable hands-on learning activities and helps prepare learner for the Cisco CCNA exam. PREREQ: Network Hardware Technologies (10-150-116). 20604 9/2 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 TuTh 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 20603 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

E-mail Administration (2 cr.)

10-150-150DE

Focuses on the implementation and administration of e-mail servers in both a Windows and a Linux environment. Topics include creating user mailboxes, SMTP mail, backup and recovery, and other administration tasks. Also covers virus protection and security of e-mail servers and includes considerable hands-on learning activities. PREREQ: Windows Server (10-150-156). 20888 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $303.40 Flexible Txt

Ethical Hacking and Network Defense (3 cr.)

10-150-144 & 10-150-144DE

Introduces the techniques hackers use to discover vulnerabilities. Students will learn ways to tighten the network security to protect the exposed data from the discovered vulnerabilities. Focus is on penetration-testing tools and techniques that security testers and ethical hackers use to protect computer networks. 20893 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 W 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 20894 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 Th 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20891 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 M 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 20890 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Information Assurance (2 cr.)

10-150-161 & 10-150-161DE

Examines the basics of information security, including access control and organizational security policies. This course will include the process of securing user workstations, laptops and mobile devices. 20901 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Th 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20905 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Th 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 20904 9/5 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20900 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $303.40 Flexible Txt

IP (Internet Protocol) Telephony (2 cr.)

10-150-145

Presents the orientation and foundation for installing, configuring and maintaining IP (Internet Protocol) telephony solutions. Hands-on labs using Avaya and Cisco equipment help the learner work through real world voice, video and data applications to enhance personal and professional confidence with IP telephony networks. PREREQ: Network Hardware Technologies (10-150-116). 20921 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 23262 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

Linux Administration (3 cr.)

10-150-148DE

Covers advanced Linux topics including scripting in the BASH shell, system initialization, working with X Windows, managing Linux processes, system administration tasks, system backup, software installation, troubleshooting, system performance, network configuration and security. Considerable “hands-on� learning is included. PREREQ: Linux, Introduction to (10-150-147). 21028 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

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Linux, Introduction to (2 cr.)

10-150-147 & 10-150-147DE

Covers introductory Linux topics including operating system basics, system installation, file system management, file system administration and basic commands. Considerable hands-on learning is included. 21038 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 21035 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 W 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 21033 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 20411 9/5 - 12/19 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $283.40 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 21031 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $303.40 Flexible Txt

Network Cabling (2 cr.)

10-150-115

Examines structured premises cabling systems, industry standards, media characteristics, connectors, transmission, electrical concepts, safety, pulling and terminating cable, and testing cable. 21057 9/2 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Tu 10:30-11:20 AM Txt W 10:30 AM-Noon 21058 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Th 4:30-7:30 PM Txt 21056 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 M 10:30-11:20 AM Txt M 12:30-2:00 PM

Network Hardware Technologies (3 cr.)

10-150-116 & 10-150-116DE

Covers networking topics including the OSI model, local area and wide area networking. Also focuses on assigning network addresses and configuring network devices including Cisco routers and switches. Includes considerable hands-on learning activities and helps prepare learner for the Cisco CCNA exam. 21059 9/3 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 MW 10:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 21060 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 M 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 21055 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Network Security (3 cr.)

10-150-160DE

Introduces students to intrusion detection tools, network security design, various types of network firewalls, and the basics of VPN configuration. A solid understanding of LAN/WAN fundamentals is required for this course. PREREQ: Advanced Network Hardware Technologies (10-150-122) OR enrolled in the IT-Security certificate OR instructor approval. 21054 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible

Operating Systems Security (2 cr.)

10-150-141DE

Covers the basics of securing Microsoft Windows workstations and servers. Students start by identifying the risks and vulnerabilities associated with Windows and then utilize a variety of tools and techniques to decrease risks arising from these vulnerabilities. Includes considerable hands-on learning activities implementing operating system hardening, application security and incident management. PREREQ: Windows Server (10-150-156) OR active in the IT-Security certificate OR instructor approval. 21061 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $303.40 Flexible Txt

System Administration (3 cr.)

10-150-107DE

Covers advanced theories and practices including the designing, maintaining, and supporting an environment using Active Directory, Group Policy, File Security, DHCP, and DNS. A final capstone project allows the students to create their own personalized environment based on a set of user and business requirements. PREREQ: Windows Server (10-150-156). 21065 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Virtualization Technologies (3 cr.)

10-150-105DE

Introduces virtualization technologies including VMware, Citrix and Microsoft Hyper-V. Hands-on lab activities will be used to install and configure each virtualized environment. PREREQ: Windows Server (10-150-156). 21072 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

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Windows Server (3 cr.)

10-150-156 & 10-150-156DE

Covers Microsoft Windows Server 2008 administration including server hardware and software, Active Directory, file resources, printers, disk resources, Web resources, DNS, DHCP, Remote Access Services, and virtualization. Monitoring and troubleshooting server resources are also examined. Extensive hands-on activities are included. PREREQ: Desktop Security & Configuration (10-154107) OR PC Support (10-154-104) OR instructor approval. 21112 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 21111 9/5 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 F 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 21110 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Wireless Networking (2 cr.)

10-150-146 & 10-150-146DE

Covers how wireless devices connect to networks, wireless device configurations, standards and security. Wireless networking is one of the fastest growing areas of technology available today. Considerable hands-on learning is included. PREREQ: Network Hardware Technologies (10-150-116). 21114 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 21113 9/2 - 12/16 ONL Online/Internet $303.40 Flexible Txt

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Advanced Programming (2 cr.)

10-152-113

Explores advanced programming techniques using the Microsoft.NET environment. Focuses on using Object Oriented Programming (OOP), advanced controls, data reporting tools, deployment methods and database access methods. Project design and management methodologies will be developed throughout the class. PREREQ: Visual Basic Intermediate (10-152-112) or C# Intermediate (10152-116); Corequisite: Database Servers (10-152-162). 20605 9/3 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 M 8:30-11:20 AM 20606 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 W 6:00-9:00 PM

Android Programming (3 cr.)

10-152-182

Introduces students to designing and building mobile applications using the Android TM open-source platform using Java and Eclipse. This course provides students an in-depth overview of how to set up for Android TM development while providing an understanding of Android TM, its services and how it fits into the overall Linux run time. PREREQ: Introduction to Mobile Development (10-152-180). 23442 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 M 5:30-9:20 PM Txt

C# Intermediate Programming (3 cr.)

10-152-116

Covers C# programming concepts and statements starting with basic class/object terminology. Investigates data types, methods and behaviors, iteration, arrays, lists and collections, Windows (GUI) programming, event programming, inheritance, file IO, exception handling and Database access methods. PREREQ: C# Introduction (10-152-111) OR Visual Basic Introduction (10-152115) OR Computer Programming C++ (10-152-114). 20615 9/2 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 TuTh 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 20616 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt

C# Introduction to Programming (3 cr.)

10-152-111 & 10-152-111DE

Introduces students with little or no programming background to programming and logic principles that apply to traditional and Windows systems. Uses C# to apply the principles by developing simple Windows applications. 20611 9/2 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 TuTh 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 20613 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20614 9/2 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 TuTh 8:30-10:20 AM Txt 20610 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

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IT Project Delivery (3 cr.)

JavaScript, Introduction to (3 cr.)

10-152-114

Introduces C++ programming concepts and statements including input and output of data in a console application, variables and data type considerations, if-else and switch-case programming constructs, looping constructs, creating programmer defined functions, arrays, pointers, string manipulation, data structures and sequential file processing. It also introduces Object Oriented Programming in the C++ language. PREREQ: C# Introduction to Programming (10-152-111) OR C# Intermediate Programming (10-152-116) OR Visual Basic Introduction (10-152-115) OR JavaScript, Introduction to (10-152-117). 20619 9/2 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 TuTh 9:30-11:20 AM Txt 23756 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 Th 5:30-9:30 PM Txt

Database Design (3 cr.)

10-152-163

Expands on the concepts of the Database Fundamentals course. Reviews design techniques and normalization concepts related to creating a database. Introduces the concepts of security planning, performance tuning, analysis, and deployment and maintenance duties. PREREQ: Data Access for Programmers (10-152-168). 20624 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

Database Servers (2 cr.)

10-152-162

Covers the operation and management of client/server back-end relational databases. Topics include data definition language, table modification, creating views, indices, triggers, transactions, backup and recovery. PREREQ: Data Access for Programmers (10-152-168). 20625 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

Game Development Using ActionScript (3 cr.)

10-152-118DE

Explores the fundamentals of the ActionScript programming language as well as investigating more advanced techniques used today on the Web. Learn how to create interactive and animated Web games using ActionScript and the Adobe Flash interface. 20896 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Introduction to Mobile Development (3 cr.)

10-152-180

Introduces students to the different stages of development for mobile applications. We will cover the different language options and the process of getting an application to be available in a world market. This class will also cover development strategies for iPhone, iPad, Android and the Windows Phone. PREREQ: C# Introduction to Programming (10-152-111). 20908 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 Th 5:30-9:20 PM Txt

www.fvtc.edu

10-152-117 & 10-152-117DE

Teaches basic concepts of programming using JavaScript and XHTML languages. Focuses on embedding JavaScript in HTML, program control logic and introduces object-oriented programming. PREREQ: Web Development Using HTML (10-152-120) or not enrolled in an IT program. 21026 9/4 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 MTh 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 21027 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 M 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 21025 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Python Programming (3 cr.)

10-152-166

Introduces students to programming using the powerful, yet easy to learn, Python language. Python is the language behind many mission-critical applications including Google. Students will write applications using Python. PREREQ: Visual Basic Introduction (10-152-115) or C# Introduction to Programming (10-152-111) or not enrolled in an IT program. 21062 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 M 5:30-9:20 PM Txt

Scripting Using Perl (3 cr.) Computer Programming C++ (3 cr.)

10-152-119

Introduces the student to the IT Project Lifecycle. Continues the discussion of the IT Project Development process through implementation and deployment in a team setting. A strong emphasis will be on effective planning and communication in a business environment. PREREQ: Advanced Programming (10-152-113) or Advanced Software Development (10-152-108); AND Systems Analysis (10-107-158). 21007 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 W 5:30-9:20 PM Txt

10-150-129DE

Introduces non-programming students to scripting. During this course students will develop the scripting skills necessary for solving common business problems. Structured programming and modular design techniques are emphasized. Students will be required to complete simple to complex scripting assignments. PREREQ: Linux, Introduction to (10-150-147). 21063 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Windows PowerShell Scripting (3 cr.)

10-150-149 & 10-150-149DE

Teaches everything you need to know to begin developing your own Windows PowerShell scripts. This involves learning how to interact with the Windows PowerShell command line, learning about Microsoft’s .NET framework and how to work with other Windows technologies, such as the Windows registry, as you learn how to become a PowerShell programmer. 21109 9/3 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 MW 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 21108 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt Also See: Web Design

COMPUTER RELATED Business Information Technology Tools (2 cr.) 10-107-137 & 10-107-137DE Introduces advanced concepts in word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation software along with integration of these applications. Database concepts are covered including the design, creation and use of simple Access databases. Research strategies for the Internet are also covered. PREREQ: Completion of 94-107-100 with a grade of ‘S’ or successful completion of Microcomputer Applications (10-107-150). 20609 9/5 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Campus $296.40 F 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 20608 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $316.40 Flexible Txt

Data Access for Programmers (3 cr.)

10-152-168 & 10-152-168DE

Provides background in fundamental database concepts, design, documentation, implementation and distribution involving the relational database model. Students will create, query and update relational databases using Structured Query Language (SQL). 20621 9/2 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 TuTh 8:30-10:20 AM Txt 20622 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 Th 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20620 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

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Database Concepts (2 cr.)

10-152-155

Uses hands-on exercises and projects to give students experience with using databases for data storage and retrieval. To encourage students to become more sophisticated database users, background information and general relational database concepts are included. 20623 9/5 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 F 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt

Information Technology Internship 1 (1 cr.)

10-107-113

Allows the student to learn under supervision in a structured Information Technology employment situation. Provides the student the opportunity to utilize an industry experience for program credit. Each student completes a minimum of 72 hours working as an intern. Students are responsible for securing their own employment. Contact the IT internship instructor before enrolling. 21010 9/2 - 12/22 WRK Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt

Information Technology Internship 2 (2 cr.)

10-107-114

Allows the student to learn under supervision in a structured Information Technology employment situation. Provides the student the opportunity to utilize an industry experience for program credit. Each student completes a minimum of 144 hours working as an intern. Students are responsible for securing their own employment. Contact the IT internship instructor before enrolling. 21011 9/2 - 12/22 WRK Appleton Campus $281.40 Flexible Txt

Internet, Intro to

47-103-424A

Demonstrates how to surf the World Wide Web using a browser. Covers creating “favorites,” sending e-mail, downloading files, reading and posting newsgroup articles, and the use of online help. 23496 10/6 - 10/15 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $43.51 MW 9:00 AM-Noon Txt (62+) $5.75 23497 10/20 - 10/29 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $43.51 MW 5:30-8:30 PM Txt (62+) $5.75 23510 10/1 - 10/22 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $43.51 W 5:30-8:30 PM Txt (62+) $5.75

Introduction to Personal Computers-12 Hrs

47-103-495A

Covers fundamental operations of computers and associated terminology; also introduces Windows operating system as well as word processing, spreadsheets and graphics. 23494 9/22 - 10/1 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $43.51 MW 9:00 AM-Noon (62+) $5.75 23495 10/6 - 10/15 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $43.51 MW 5:30-8:30 PM (62+) $5.75 23508 9/3 - 9/24 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $43.51 W 5:30-8:30 PM (62+) $5.75

iPad Concepts

47-106-404

Introduces an overview of features and how to use the controls of an iPad. Explains how to use a multi touch screen, set up mail and other accounts, download applications, use iCloud, and sync with iTunes. 23347 10/3 - 10/10 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $24.63 F 8:30-11:30 AM (62+) $5.75 23348 10/16 - 10/23 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $24.63 Th 6:00-9:00 PM (62+) $5.75 23305 11/1 - 11/8 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $24.63 Sa 9:00 AM-Noon (62+) $5.75

IT Business Apps and Integration (2 cr.)

10-107-154 & 10-107-154DE

Covers intermediate concepts in word processing, presentation, spreadsheet, and database applications found in office software suites along with integration of these applications. Students utilize office applications in real-world situations that require both decision-making and problemsolving skills. Prior knowledge of office software suite applications is beneficial. 20923 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $296.40 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 20924 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $296.40 M 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 20408 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $296.40 W 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 20922 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $316.40 Flexible Txt

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IT Career Exploration (1 cr.)

10-107-187 & 10-107-187DE

Acquaints students with career options and related job skills, salaries and employment trends in the information technology field. Familiarizes them with the IT program degrees offered at Fox Valley Technical College. 20964 9/3 - 10/29 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 W 12:30-2:20 PM 20928 9/5 - 10/31 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 F 8:30-10:20 AM 20936 9/8 - 11/3 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 M 1:30-3:20 PM 20409 9/8 - 11/3 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 M 8:30-10:20 AM 20925 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible

IT Career Skills (3 cr.)

10-107-186 & 10-107-186D1

Introduces students to the process and development of a plan for securing employment in the Information Technology field. Topics include job search strategies, resumes, cover letters, interviewing and networking. Students will learn business skills to maintain professionalism in many areas including customer service, technical writing, presentations, teamwork, quality and diversity. PREREQ: Active in Program/Analyst & JavaScript, System Analysis, or VB Intermediate; Web Design & JavaScript; Network Specialist; Network Systems Admin; Comp Support Spec & Scripting using Perl (10150129); Coreq: Help Desk & Windows Server (10150156). 20967 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 20965 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 20966 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 8:30-10:20 AM Txt

IT Concepts (2 cr.)

10-107-184 & 10-107-184DE

Provides students with a foundation in information technology and the use of information systems in today’s business environment. Students explore fundamental computer concepts and terminology of the World Wide Web, e-mail, emerging technologies, hardware and software components and devices, programming languages, network basics, operating systems, and ethics. 20987 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $296.40 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20988 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $296.40 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 20990 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $296.40 M 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20992 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $296.40 M 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 20410 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $296.40 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 20968 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $316.40 Flexible Txt

IT Project Management (2 cr.)

10-150-127 & 10-150-127DE

Examines the organization, planning and controlling of projects; also provides practical knowledge on managing project scope, schedule and resources. Topics include project life cycle, work breakdown structure and Gantt charts, network diagrams, scheduling techniques and resource allocation decisions. Concepts are applied through team projects and tutorials using project management software. COREQ: IT Career Skills (10-107-186). 21024 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 21009 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $303.40 Flexible Txt

Microcomputer Applications (2 cr.)

10-107-150 & 10-107-150DE

Designed for students with little or no hands-on computer experience. Presents the basic functions of the Windows operating system and how to use the word processing, spreadsheet and presentation functions of Microsoft Office software. Students will integrate various functions of several Microsoft packages. 21044 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $296.40 Th 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 21049 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $296.40 Th 2:30-5:20 PM Txt 21047 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $296.40 M 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 21041 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $316.40 Flexible Txt

www.fvtc.edu

Systems Analysis (3 cr.)

10-107-158 & 10-107-158DE

Introduces the principles and techniques of modern system analysis and design. It explores the fundamentals of traditional systems and methodologies, data flow diagrams and case tools. It also tracks the systems’ development life cycle and explains the various stages. PREREQ: C# Introduction to Programming (10-152-111) OR C# Intermediate Programming (10-152-116) OR Visual Basic Introduction (10-152-115). 21070 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 21068 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Technology 101 Computer Series I / II

47-103-498

Explores technology and develops personal enrichment skills from a variety of workshops. Workshops include various topics related to computers and social media. 23502 10/1 - 11/19 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $81.26 W 1:00-4:00 PM (62+) $5.75 23354 10/7 - 11/25 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $81.26 Tu 8:30-11:30 AM (62+) $5.75 23513 10/10 - 11/14 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $81.26 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $5.75

Windows Basics (1 cr.)

10-107-120 & 10-107-120DE

Focuses on helping students to improve PC working skills and to understand the tasks an operating system performs. The current Windows Operating System is used to teach concepts and skills. Topics include Windows basics, navigation and file management skills, customizing the Windows working environment, using the Search function, and disk maintenance utilities. 21106 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $148.20 Tu 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 21105 9/2 - 12/16 ONL Online/Internet $158.20 Flexible Txt Also See: Office Skills

COMPUTER SOFTWARE Introduction to Adobe Acrobat (1 cr.)

10-103-105

Learn how to create, modify, print, view, and distribute PDF documents. Learn how to protect sensitive documents; send and track a PDF document; convert a Web page to PDF format; add bookmarks/links to online PDF documents; fill out and submit electronic PDF forms; and more. 21192 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21539 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20198 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20218 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt

Photoshop, Introduction to (1 cr.)

10-103-174

Introduces the student to basic concepts of using Photoshop which is digital image editing software. Learn how to enhance photographs, create digital images using the draw and text features, crop images and repair damaged photos. 21218 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20211 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt

Web Development Using Canvas (3 cr.)

10-152-128

Learning in this course will focus on the basics of the HTML element, Canvas. Canvas is used to draw graphics, make photo compositions or create animations. The course will cover drawing shapes, lines and curves; transformations, shadows and gradients; manipulating video and images; and making things move. PREREQ: JavaScript, Introduction to (10-152-117); Cascading Style Sheets (10-152-106). 21076 9/5 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 F 9:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt

Business Technology Centers (BTC) Open lab courses are for the motivated self-starter and independent learner. Look for IND classes in the Computer Software, Computer Software–Microsoft and Office Skills sections. • Orientation is required before beginning a course. • Depending on the course, 4-8 hours per week are necessary to successfully complete coursework. • Credit courses may be taken for credit/grade or audit. • In Appleton & Oshkosh, testing is available only during instructor-staffed hours; in Regional Centers, testing is available during regional center hours. Appleton Campus (Room A105) and Oshkosh Riverside Campus (Room 110) Please check online at www.fvtc.edu/labs for BTC hours of operation and instructor availability. Chilton Regional Center Clintonville Regional Center Waupaca Regional Center Wautoma Regional Center The Business Technology Centers will have instructors available during both day and evening hours to assist students. Instructor schedules will be made available to students during orientation. Please refer to the schedule posted at the center.

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MS Access 2013 Introduction (1 cr.)

Sharpen your computer skills with classes at a location near you.

COMPUTER SOFTWARE - MICROSOFT

MS Excel 2013 Intermediate (1 cr.)

Microsoft Excel-12 Hrs

47-103-491B

Learn the capabilities and features of Microsoft Excel. 23500 11/3 - 11/12 CLS Clintonville Regional Center MW 9:00 AM-Noon 23501 11/17 - 11/26 CLS Clintonville Regional Center MW 5:30-8:30 PM 23512 11/20 - 12/18 CLS Waupaca Regional Center Th 12:30-3:30 PM 23503 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center Flexible

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Microsoft Word-12 Hrs

MS Access 2013 Intermediate (1 cr.)

$43.51 (62+) $5.75 $43.51 (62+) $5.75 $43.51 (62+) $5.75 $43.51 (62+) $5.75

47-103-490B

Learn the capabilities and features of Microsoft Word. 23498 10/20 - 10/29 CLS Clintonville Regional Center MW 9:00 AM-Noon 23499 11/3 - 11/12 CLS Clintonville Regional Center MW 5:30-8:30 PM 23511 10/23 - 11/13 CLS Waupaca Regional Center Th 12:30-3:30 PM 23504 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center Flexible

Txt Txt Txt Txt

$43.51 (62+) $5.75 $43.51 (62+) $5.75 $43.51 (62+) $5.75 $43.51 (62+) $5.75

10-103-157 & 10-103-157DE

Focuses on designing the structure of tables; building relationships; creating advanced queries, forms and reports. 21217 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22862 9/3 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21841 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20201 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21699 9/2 - 12/22 IND Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21868 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21022 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

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10-103-156 & 10-103-156DE

Presents the basic features of Microsoft Access. Learners enter and edit data in tables, create and apply queries, produce reports and forms. 21215 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21547 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22861 9/3 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21840 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20202 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20221 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21697 9/2 - 12/22 IND Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21866 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21021 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

10-103-153 & 10-103-153DE

Learn how to use financial and lookup functions, define names, validate data, and audit worksheets; manage large workbooks and use advanced sorting and filtering; and creating charts, diagrams, and templates. 21199 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22893 9/3 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21846 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20203 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21717 9/2 - 12/22 IND Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21889 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21018 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

MS Excel 2013 Introduction (1 cr.)

10-103-152 & 10-103-152DE

Presents basic features of Microsoft Excel. Learners develop basic skills to create, edit and format worksheets; use functions; set print options; add visual elements; work with multiple worksheets, tables and other file formats. 21196 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21544 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22892 9/3 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21845 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20204 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20222 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21716 9/2 - 12/31 IND Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 9/2 - 12/22 Flexible Txt 21887 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21017 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

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MS Office Suite, Introduction (2 cr.)

10-103-120 & 10-103-120D1

Focuses on beginning computer concepts, Windows operating system, Internet Explorer, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and the basic integration of the various components of the Microsoft Office Suite application. 21193 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $281.40 Flexible Txt 20449 9/3 - 12/17 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 W 9:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/10, 9/24, 10/8, 10/22, 11/5, 11/19, 12/3, 12/17

21541 22856 21831 20205 20338

10/27 - 12/22 IND 9/3 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22 9/3 - 12/17

IND IND IND HYB

Appleton Campus Flexible Chilton Regional Center Flexible Clintonville Regional Center Flexible Oshkosh Riverside Campus Flexible Oshkosh Riverside Campus W 8:30-11:20 AM

$281.40 Txt $281.40 Txt $281.40 Txt $281.40 Txt $301.40 Txt

Meeting date(s): 9/10, 9/24, 10/8, 10/22, 11/5, 11/19, 12/3, 12/17

20223

10/27 - 12/22 IND

21824

9/2 - 12/22

IND

21827

9/2 - 12/22

IND

Oshkosh Riverside Campus Flexible Txt Waupaca Regional Center Flexible Txt Wautoma Regional Center Flexible Txt

MS PowerPoint 2013 Intermediate (1 cr.)

$281.40 $281.40 $281.40

10-103-155 & 10-103-155DE

Focuses on creating templates and reviewing, publishing, comparing, combining, and protecting presentations; applying advanced graphic techniques and inserting audio and video; and delivering a presentation. 21214 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22864 9/3 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21843 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20336 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21703 9/2 - 12/22 IND Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21877 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21020 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

MS PowerPoint 2013 Introduction (1 cr.)

10-103-151 & 10-103-151DE

Focuses on using styles and creating multi-level lists and charts, creating and using advanced table features, building documents from reusable content, and using markup tools. 21195 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22866 9/3 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21839 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20207 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21708 9/2 - 12/22 IND Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21880 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21016 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

MS Word 2013 Introduction (1 cr.)

10-103-150 & 10-103-150DE

Presents the basic features of Microsoft Word. Learners create, edit, and save documents, format characters, paragraphs, pages and documents, and apply special features when formatting. 21194 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21542 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 M-F 12:00 AM-12:01 PM Txt 22865 9/3 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21838 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20208 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20225 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21705 9/2 - 12/22 IND Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21878 9/2 - 12/31 IND Wautoma Regional Center $142.95 9/2 - 12/22 Flexible Txt 21015 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt Also See: Accounting Computer Related Office Skills

10-103-154 & 10-103-154DE

Presents the basic features of Microsoft PowerPoint. Learners create, edit and animate presentations, work with tables, charts, graphics and custom shows, and learn to share and protect presentations. 21200 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21546 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22863 9/3 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21842 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20206 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20224 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21701 9/2 - 12/22 IND Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21871 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21019 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

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MS Word 2013 Intermediate (1 cr.)

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COMPUTER SUPPORT Desktop Repair and Maintenance (2 cr.)

10-154-106 & 10-154-106DE

Covers configuring, maintaining, upgrading and repairing Intel-based computers and exploring functions and interrelations between components. The course examines system configuration, component care, system improvement, troubleshooting and failure identification. Advanced PC operating system concepts are also covered. COREQ: Desktop Security & Configuration (10-154107) or PC Support (10-154-104). 20628 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 20627 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Th 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20406 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $283.40 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 20626 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $303.40 Flexible Txt

Desktop Security and Configuration (2 cr.)

10-154-107 & 10-154-107DE

Introduces students to the skills needed to support client PC Operating Systems. Through significant hands-on activities, learn how to configure, secure, utilize and troubleshoot client operating systems. 20630 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 W 9:30-11:20 AM Txt 20631 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 W 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 20635 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 W 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20632 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Th 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 20407 9/2 - 12/18 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $283.40 TuTh 8:30-10:20 AM Txt 20629 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $303.40 Flexible Txt

Desktop Service and Support (2 cr.)

10-154-105DE

Provides students with the background needed to build the knowledge and skills to support endusers and computers running the Microsoft suite of productivity applications. The course is directed at the skills needed to work in a variety of environments, including corporate environments as well as support for home users via phone support, remote support and retail counter support. COREQ: Desktop Security & Configuration (10-154-107) or PC Support (10-154-104). 20887 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $303.40 Flexible Txt

Help Desk Concepts (4 cr.)

10-154-103

Introduces techniques used to install software, document software installations and how to train end-users. Explains basic concepts and implementation of a training plan. Also presents an overview of help desk operations. Students gain a better understanding of how people, processes, technology and information affect the typical help desk. Students will be expected to schedule an additional hour each week in the on-campus Student Help Desk, developing skills working with customers in a help desk setting. 20897 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $558.30 W 5:30-9:20 PM Txt

IT Customer Service Skills (2 cr.)

10-154-102

Covers the interpersonal, communication and problem-solving skills required in technical support positions. Exercises provide interaction with other learners in a team. Students explore the information and technical tools needed to function effectively in a support position. Students will be expected to schedule an additional hour each week in the on-campus Student Help Desk, developing skills working with customers in a help desk setting. 21006 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Th 10:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt

Supporting Emerging PC Technologies (3 cr.)

10-154-101

Computers for Seniors Computers for Seniors provide individuals age 50 and older with computer instruction and access to a community of computer-using seniors. For more information, call 1-800-735-3882, ext. 5617 or (920) 735-5617.

COMPUTERS FOR SENIORS Excel for Seniors

47-103-420D

Introduces the basic features of spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel software. Students will learn how to develop worksheets, reports and charts/graphs. 23418 12/4 - 12/9 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $24.63 TuTh 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $5.75 23334 12/1 - 12/3 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $24.63 MW 8:30-11:30 AM Sup (62+) $5.75

Intermediate Internet for Seniors-12 hrs

47-103-424L

Demonstrates how to locate and send information on the Internet. Learn to download files, scan pictures and create a Web page using FrontPage Express. Keyboarding skills are required. 23419 11/18 - 12/2 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $43.51 TuTh 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $5.75 23335 11/17 - 11/26 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $43.51 MW 8:30-11:30 AM Sup (62+) $5.75 23067 10/28 - 11/6 CLS Wautoma Regional Center $43.51 TuTh 9:00 AM-Noon (62+) $5.75

Intermediate Word for Seniors

47-103-456I

Designed for seniors and demonstrates desktop publishing techniques. Explains how to integrate graphics, clip art, word art, pictures, scanning documents and downloading graphics from the Internet. 23420 10/21 - 10/30 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $43.51 TuTh 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $5.75 23337 10/20 - 10/29 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $43.51 MW 8:30-11:30 AM Sup (62+) $5.75

Intro to Internet for Seniors

47-103-424I

Demonstrates how to surf the World Wide Web using a browser. Covers creating favorites, sending e-mail, downloading files, reading and posting newsgroup articles, and using online help. 23421 11/4 - 11/13 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $43.51 TuTh 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $5.75 23339 11/3 - 11/12 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $43.51 MW 8:30-11:30 AM Sup (62+) $5.75 23065 10/14 - 10/23 CLS Wautoma Regional Center $43.51 TuTh 9:00 AM-Noon (62+) $5.75

Intro to PC for Seniors

47-103-414J

Explains fundamental operations of computers as well as computer terminology. This course is intended for senior learners who are just getting started with personal computers. Windows, word processing, spreadsheets and graphics are introduced. 23422 9/9 - 9/18 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $43.51 TuTh 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $5.75 23340 9/8 - 9/17 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $43.51 MW 8:30-11:30 AM Sup (62+) $5.75 23051 9/2 - 9/11 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $43.51 9/9 - 9/11 TuTh 9:00 AM-Noon (62+) $5.75

Explores the acquisition and support roles of PC peripheral technologies. Learn to use different learning methodologies to develop and present a Portfolio of Assessment. Through lectures, demonstrations and hands-on applications, students examine file formats, digital imaging (cameras, scanners and video), printer technologies, PDAs, storage devices, sound technologies and displays. 21064 9/2 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 TuTh 8:30-10:20 AM

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Windows for Seniors

47-103-423R

A beginning course for seniors in learning to use the Windows Operating System. Covers startup and shutdown of the operating system, manipulating windows and programs, using menus and dialogue boxes, file management, time settings, accessories, shortcuts, printers and the Help resource. 23585 9/23 - 10/2 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $43.51 TuTh 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $5.75 23341 9/22 - 10/1 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $43.51 MW 8:30-11:30 AM Sup (62+) $5.75 23053 9/16 - 9/25 CLS Wautoma Regional Center $43.51 TuTh 9:00 AM-Noon (62+) $5.75

Word for Seniors

47-103-456H

Introduces senior learners to basic document skills such as text editing; using spelling/grammar checks and tabs; inserting numbers, bullets and graphics; and saving, retrieving and renaming documents. 23586 10/7 - 10/16 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $43.51 TuTh 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $5.75 23342 10/6 - 10/15 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $43.51 MW 8:30-11:30 AM Sup (62+) $5.75 23055 9/30 - 10/9 CLS Wautoma Regional Center $43.51 TuTh 9:00 AM-Noon (62+) $5.75

CONSTRUCTION Construction Contracts and Law (CMT) (2 cr.)

10-455-108

Explores the legal aspects of construction. Topics include types of contracts, contract procedures and documents, responsibilities of contractors and owners, reporting requirements, insurance, bonds, and change order management. PREREQ: Admitted to Construction Mgmt program or certificate; ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Pers/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 20648 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $281.40 Tu 1:30-3:30 PM Txt

Construction Estimating (CMT) (2 cr.)

10-455-106D1

Teaches students the basics of construction estimating with an emphasis on quantity takeoff procedures for both detailed and conceptual estimates. Additional topics include types of estimates, types of contracts and evaluation of subcontractors. Students use Microsoft Excel software to prepare a detailed estimate from a set of working drawings. PREREQ: College Tech Math 1 or 1A (10804115/10804113) or Coreq: College Tech Math 1B (10804114) and Const Scheduling (10455109) if admitted to Construction Mgmt program. Const Scheduling (10455109) if admitted to Construction Proj Supervision or BIM Cert. 20651 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $303.40 W 10:00 AM-1:00 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/3, 9/17, 10/1, 10/15, 10/29, 11/12, 11/26, 12/10

Construction Financial Management (CMT) (2 cr.)

10-455-123D1

Introduces the principles of financial management used by construction companies including budget management and cash flow. Emphasis is on the construction manager’s role in project profitability. Analyses of construction economic factors through cost, schedule and productivity management. Topics include project cash flow, billing, budget status reports, true profit and value engineering studies. PREREQ: Construction Estimating (10-455-106) and Principles of Accounting (10-101107) if admitted to the Construction Management program. Construction Estimating (10-455106) if admitted to the Construction Project Supervision certificate. 23771 9/2 - 10/24 HYB Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Construction Project Management (CMT) (2 cr.)

10-455-113D1

Focuses on the day-to-day activities of managing a construction project emphasizing the importance of communication skills. Topics include progress meetings, submittals, field contract, RFI’s (requests for information), change orders and project inspection. PREREQ: Admission to Construction Management Technology program or Construction Project Supervision certificate; Construction Contracts and Law (10-455-108). 23772 10/27 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Construction Safety Management (CMT) (2 cr.)

10-455-127

Provides training in Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards. Teaches strategies for creating a successful safety management plan. Students receive their OSHA 30-hr. Construction Safety card upon successful completion. PREREQ: Admitted to Construction Mgmt program or certificate; ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Pers/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 20646 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $283.40 W 6:00-9:00 PM Txt

Construction Scheduling (CMT) (2 cr.)

10-455-109D1

Teaches students to plan and schedule construction projects. Provides information on establishing schedule activities, durations and logic. Students will manually draw and calculate CPM (critical path method) schedules. Students are also introduced to computer-aided scheduling. PREREQ: Admission to Construction Management Technology program or Construction Project Supervision or BIM certificate; Corequisite: Construction Estimating (10-455-106). 20649 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $303.40 W 10:00 AM-1:00 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/10, 9/24, 10/8, 10/22, 11/5, 11/19, 12/3, 12/17

Introduction to Construction Management (CMT) (1 cr.)

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10-455-102

Serves as an introduction to the construction management profession and the Construction Management program at FVTC. Provides students with an overview of residential, commercial and industrial construction practice prior to student co-op experience. PREREQ: Admitted to Construct Mgmt; ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Pers/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 20645 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $227.95 M 1:30-2:30 PM Txt

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Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing Systems (CMT) (3 cr.)

10-455-126

Focuses on the materials, methods and equipment used in mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems. Additional topics to include fire protection, communications and security systems. Students learn to interpret codes, prints and specifications pertinent to M.E.P. systems. PREREQ: Exterior Enclosure Systems (10-455-112); Interior Building Finishes (10-455-118). 20650 9/3 - 12/22 LAB Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $425.10 M 10:00 AM-12:30 PM Txt W 2:00-4:00 PM

Revit Architecture (CMT) (2 cr.)

10-455-120

Introduces students to principles of building information modeling through the utilization of Autodesk Revit Architecture. Basic entry level user skills and advanced modeling and documentation techniques will be mastered utilizing Autodesk Revit. Students will model commercial structures by creating a 3-D set of documents inclusive of plan, elevation, and section views including associated schedules and libraries. PREREQ: Understanding Construction Drawings (10-455-121) and Introduction to AutoCAD Architecture (10-455-122); OR Active in BIM Certificate Corequisite: Global e-learning Access Code (94-455-100). 20652 9/3 - 10/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $283.40 W 6:00-10:00 PM Txt

Revit for Construction (2 cr.)

10-455-129

Introduces students to the application of building information modeling through the utilization of Autodesk Revit for Construction. Students will model commercial structures by utilizing a 3-D set of documents inclusive of plan, elevation, and section views including associated schedules and libraries and integrate a streamline approach for application for construction. PREREQ: Revit Architecture (10-455-120) and Revit Structure (10-455-128); Corequisite: Revit MEP (10-455-132). 23775 10/27 - 12/15 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $283.40 M 6:00-10:00 PM

Revit MEP (2 cr.)

Your Role in a Green Environment (1 cr.)

10-455-124D1

Covers the impacts of the built environment on the green environment. It introduces methods to reduce the impact on the green environment and explains how to apply the principles of a green building rating system. 23786 9/30 - 12/9 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

COOKING Appetizers

42-303-412L

Focuses on variety of appetizers for all seasons. Prepare and sample recipes. 23635 11/20 - 11/20 CLS Kimberly High School $32.34 Th 5:30-9:30 PM Sup (62+) $19.75 23543 12/8 - 12/8 CLS Oshkosh West High School $32.34 M 5:30-9:30 PM (62+) $19.75

Asian Cooking

42-303-412Q

Focuses on discovering flavorful cooking of a variety of dishes from Chinese, Japanese and Koren culture - created and sampled. 23295 11/1 - 11/1 CLS Waupaca High School $32.34 Sa 9:00 AM-1:00 PM (62+) $19.75

Bulgarian Cooking

42-303-412BB

Introduces students to a sampling of Bulgarian cooking which has Turkish and Mediterranean influences. Hands-on preparation of recipes for main dishes, appetizers, soups and desserts. Bring containers for leftovers. 23293 9/20 - 9/20 CLS Waupaca High School $32.34 Sa 9:00 AM-1:00 PM (62+) $19.75

10-455-132

Introduces students to the principles of building information modeling through the utilization of Autodesk Revit MEP. Students will model commercial structures by creating a 3-D set of documents inclusive of plan, elevation, and section views including associated schedules and libraries for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing components and systems. PREREQ: Revit Architecture (10-455-120) and Revit Structure (10-455-128); Corequisite: Revit for Construction (10-455-129D1). 23774 10/27 - 12/17 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $283.40 Flexible

Revit Structure (2 cr.)

10-455-128

Introduces students to the principles of building information modeling through the utilization of Autodesk Revit Structure. Students will model commercial structures by creating a 3-D set of documents inclusive of plan, elevation, and section views including associated schedules and libraries for structural building components. PREREQ: Admitted to the BIM certificate (20-455-2); Corequisite: Revit Architecture (10-455-120). 23773 9/3 - 10/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $283.40 Flexible

Site Layout and Construction (CMT) (2 cr.)

10-455-101

Focuses on the materials, methods and equipment used in site construction. Topics include soil characteristics, survey practices, building layout, excavation and shoring, utility placement, engineered fill, and water management. Students learn to interpret codes, prints and specifications pertinent to site construction. PREREQ: Admission to Construction Management Technology program; Corequisites: College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Technical Math 1 (10-804-115); Introduction to Construction Management (10-455-102). 20644 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $283.40 Tu 10:00 AM-12:30 PM Txt

Understanding Construction Drawings (CMT) (1 cr.)

10-455-121

Introduces graphic communication methods used in construction. Basic sketching techniques are taught along with basic drafting procedures. Students will use their knowledge in architectural and engineering techniques to interpret construction drawings. PREREQ: Admitted to Construct Mgmt; ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Pers/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 20643 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 M 3:00-4:00 PM Txt

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Diabetic Cooking

42-303-417L

Provides understanding of carbohydrates that are considered healthy versus unhealthy. Learn a healthy menu and portion size. Prepare a delicious array of recipes that make diabetic cooking fun, easy and taste great. 23631 10/8 - 10/8 CLS Chilton HS Home Ec Room $32.34 W 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $19.75

German Cooking

42-303-412R

Focuses on discovering flavorful cooking of a variety of dishes from Old World recipes of Germany - created and sampled. 23636 12/18 - 12/18 CLS Kimberly High School $32.34 Th 5:30-9:30 PM Sup (62+) $19.75

Gluten Free Cooking

42-303-410N

Shows students how to prepare a variety of delicious, gluten free foods. Learn how to cook gluten free and gain a collection of new recipes. Bring container for possible leftovers. 23632 11/12 - 11/12 CLS Chilton HS Home Ec Room $32.34 W 6:00-10:00 PM Sup (62+) $19.75

Indian Cooking

42-303-412S

Focuses on discovering flavorful cooking of a variety of Indian dishes - created and sampled. 23294 10/4 - 10/4 CLS Waupaca High School $32.34 Sa 9:00 AM-1:00 PM (62+) $19.75

Polish Cooking

42-303-412DD

Focuses on discovering flavorful cooking of a variety of dishes from Old World recipes of Polandcreated and sampled. Bring containers for leftovers. 23546 10/13 - 10/13 CLS Oshkosh West High School $32.34 M 5:30-9:30 PM Sup (62+) $19.75

Soups On!

42-303-412D

Explores the culinary world of clear and cream soups. Learn chefs’ secrets on how to prepare meat, vegetable and cream soups using both Classic and New Cuisine techniques. Prepare soups with guidance from a professional chef. 23634 10/16 - 10/16 CLS Kimberly High School $32.34 Th 5:30-9:30 PM Sup (62+) $19.75 23547 11/10 - 11/10 CLS Oshkosh West High School $32.34 M 5:30-9:30 PM (62+) $19.75

Thai Cooking

42-303-412P

Focuses on discovering flavorful cooking of a variety of dishes from Thai culture - created and sampled. 23550 10/27 - 10/27 CLS Oshkosh West High School $32.34 M 5:30-9:30 PM (62+) $19.75

CPR & FIRST AID See:

Emergency Medical & CPR

10-606-114

Covers the very basics of AutoCAD - introduction to the user interface, basic drawing commands, basic editing commands, and basic viewing commands. This course will give the student a comfort level for working within the AutoCAD environment and the knowledge needed for more advanced CAD courses offered within the various degree programs. 22490 9/2 - 10/21 LAB Appleton Campus $142.95 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 22486 9/8 - 10/20 LAB Appleton Campus $142.95 M 1:30-4:20 PM Txt

CAD Standards (3 cr.)

10-606-130DE

CAD standards is an often overlooked concept within a CAD department. Efficiency and consistency can be optimized with well thought out and documented CAD standards. Standards and how they apply to layers, dimensions, text, title blocks, plotting, as well as other objects, will be covered. Students will be allowed to work with the CAD program of their choice (AutoCAD, Inventor, SolidWorks or Catia). The course assumes familiarity and a comfort level with at least one of those software packages. 22500 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible

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10-606-102

Introduces methods for creating three-dimensional models using CATIA V5 software. Topics include product structure, sketcher, solid modeling, drafting, assembly, surface modeling and sheet metal design. Basic computer skills are required. 22496 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Th 6:00-9:00 PM Txt

Drafting for the Woodworking Industry (3 cr.)

31-409-316

Create computer generated drawings using AutoCAD software. Explore the thought processes and concepts necessary for creating accurate, dimensioned working drawings for use in the woodworking industry. PREREQ: Admission to Wood Manufacturing Technology program; ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Arithmetic score of 46 or greater or completion of program prep courses. 23174 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $434.85 Th 8:00 AM-Noon

Intermediate AutoCAD (1 cr.)

10-606-127

Builds upon the groundwork laid down in either Intro to AutoCAD or Technical Drafting 1. Students will learn more about drawing commands, editing commands, properties of objects, dimensioning and printing. COREQ: AutoCAD, Introduction to (10-606-114) or Technical Drafting 1 (10-606113), or Technical Drafting 1A (10-606-113A). 22491 10/28 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $142.95 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Txt

Intro to Visual LISP Programming (3 cr.)

10-606-132DE

Teaches the non-programmer how to program AutoCAD to automate common and not so common tasks. Information can be gathered and used over and over again. Terminology, storage functions, logic, looping and branching functions are all covered. You will be amazed at the power you can build into your programs! The course assumes familiarity and a comfort level with AutoCAD and will use the latest release of the software, however, backward compatibility will be discussed. 22499 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Introduction to SolidWorks (2 cr.)

10-606-141

Will introduce the student to the basics of the SolidWorks software. Close attention will be paid to properly navigating the interface. Sketching, dimensional and geometric constraints, part modeling, drawing creation, and assembly modeling will all be examined. 22497 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Txt

Technical Drafting 1A (3 cr.)

10-606-113A

Emphasizes current industrial practices. Topics include instrument usage, applied geometry, technical sketching, multi-view projection and sections. COREQ: Math-Technical Intermediate (10804-126) OR Math-Technical 1 (10-804-121) OR College Tech Math 1 (10-804-115) or College Tech Math 1B (10-804-114) AND Draft-AutoCAD 1 (10-606-110). 22492 9/3 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 MW 6:00-9:00 PM Txt

Technical Drafting 1B (2 cr.)

DRAFTING & DESIGN AutoCAD, Introduction to (1 cr.)

CATIA V5 - Basic (2 cr.)

10-606-113B

A continuation of Technical Drafting 1A, which emphasizes current industrial practices. Dimensioning and tolerancing, threads and fasteners, and auxiliary views are covered. PREREQ: Technical Drafting 1A (10-606-113A). 22493 9/3 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 MW 6:00-8:00 PM Txt

Technical Drafting 2A (1 cr.)

10-606-117A

A continuation of Technical Drafting 1A and 1B. Topics include working drawings such as detail and general assemblies. PREREQ: Technical Drafting 1 (10-606-113) or Technical Drafting 1B (10-606-113B); Corequisites: Math-Technical 2 (10-804-122) or Math-Technical Advanced (10804-127) or College Tech Math 2 (10-804-116). 22494 9/3 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $142.95 MW 6:00-7:00 PM Txt

Technical Drafting 2B (3 cr.)

10-606-117B

A continuation of Technical Drafting 2A. Topics include descriptive geometry and intersections and developments. PREREQ: Technical Drafting 2A (10-606-117A). 22495 9/3 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 MW 6:00-9:00 PM Txt

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ECE: Curriculum Planning (3 cr.)

Administration/Supervision-Early Childhood (3 cr.)

10-307-180DE

Prepares participants to receive a certificate in childcare administration from FVTC and a credential as a childcare administrator from the Registry. This course includes an overview of the roles and responsibilities of directors, coordinators, supervisors and other administrators in early childhood programs. Must be a lead teacher or program director. 21343 9/2 - 10/25 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) - Introduction (1 cr.)

10-307-130D1

Provides an overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and information to support individuals of the ASD. Focuses on ASD and how individuals and families may be impacted, and differentiates between typical development and atypical development associated with ASD. 21385 9/13 - 10/11 HYB Appleton Campus $152.95 Meeting date(s): 9/13 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM

Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social Integration (2 cr.)

10-307-131DE

Identifies social skill issues; facilitate play skills; monitor behaviors; and create supportive learning and play environments for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). It is recommended that course 10-307-130 ASD, Introduction be taken prior to taking this course. 21388 10/19 - 12/13 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible

Best Practices/Young Children & Families (3 cr.)

10-307-184DE

Includes information for establishing and maintaining quality programs based on professional standards and using the best available information on child growth and development in order to provide a family friendly service. Must be a lead teacher or program director. 21341 10/26 - 12/21 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Curriculum for Family Child Care (3 cr.)

10-307-133D1

Examines the unique aspects of planning curriculum for family child care settings. Integrates inclusive strategies through exploration of play-based learning and the utilization of observation and assessment techniques to promote child outcomes. Aligned with the Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards and the National Association for Family Child Care Quality Standards. 21400 9/6 - 12/13 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): 9/6, 10/11, 11/8 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Txt

ECE: Art Music & Lang Arts (3 cr.)

10-307-178

Focuses on beginning level curriculum development in the specific content areas of art, music and language arts. Course competencies include: integrate strategies that support diversity and anti-bias perspectives; examine the critical role of play; establish a developmentally appropriate environment; develop activity plans that promote child development and learning and more. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 OR ACT Read >= 18 OR Program Prep. 21376 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $444.60 W 12:30-3:30 PM Txt 21380 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $444.60 M 12:30-3:30 PM Txt 21383 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $444.60 M 8:30-11:30 AM Txt

ECE: Child Development (3 cr.)

10-307-179

Examines child development within the context of the early childhood education setting. Course competencies include: analyze social, cultural and economic influences on child development; summarize child development theories; analyze development of children ages three through eight; summarize the methods and designs of child development research and more. 21371 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 8:30-11:30 AM Txt 21373 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 12:30-3:30 PM Txt

ECE: Children w Diff Abilities (3 cr.)

10-307-187 & 10-307-187DE

Focuses on the child with differing abilities in an early childhood education setting. Course competencies include: integrate strategies that support diversity and anti-bias perspectives; provide inclusive programs for young children; apply legal and ethical requirements including, but not limited to, ADA and IDEA and more. 21366 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 12:30-3:30 PM Txt 21368 9/2 - 12/20 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

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10-307-166

Examines the components of curriculum planning in early childhood education. Course competencies include: integrate strategies that support diversity and anti-bias perspectives; examine the critical role of play; establish a developmentally appropriate environment; examine caregiving routines as curriculum; develop activity plans that promote child development and learning and more. PREREQ: ECE: Art Music & Lang Arts (10-307-178); ECE: Math Science & Soc St (10-307-194). 21407 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $564.60 Th 12:30-3:30 PM Txt

ECE: Foundations of ECE (3 cr.)

10-307-148 & 10-307-148DE

Introduces students to the early childhood profession. Course competencies include: integrate strategies that support diversity and anti-bias perspectives; investigate the history of early childhood education; summarize types of early childhood education settings; identify the components of a quality early childhood education program; summarize responsibilities of early childhood education professionals; and explore early childhood curriculum models. 21360 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Th 12:30-3:30 PM Txt 21363 9/2 - 12/20 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

ECE: Guiding Child Behavior (3 cr.)

10-307-188DE

Examines positive strategies to guide children’s behavior in the early childhood education setting. Course competencies include integrate strategies that support diversity and anti-bias perspectives; summarize early childhood guidance principles; analyze factors that affect the behavior of children; practice positive guidance strategies; develop guidance strategies to meet individual needs; and create a guidance philosophy. 21359 9/2 - 12/20 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

ECE: Hlth Safety & Nutrition (3 cr.)

10-307-167 & 10-307-167DE

Examines the topics of health, safety and nutrition within the context of the early childhood educational setting. Course competencies include: integrate strategies that support diversity and anti-bias perspectives; follow governmental regulations and professional standards as they apply to health, safety and nutrition; provide a safe early childhood program and more. 21355 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Th 8:30-11:30 AM Txt 21357 9/2 - 12/20 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

ECE: Infant & Toddler Dev (3 cr.)

10-307-151DE

Teaches infant toddler development as it applies to an early childhood education setting. Course competencies include: integrate strategies that support diversity and anti-bias perspectives; analyze development of infants and toddlers (conception to three years); correlate prenatal conditions with development; summarize child development theories; analyze the role of heredity and the environment and more. 21354 9/2 - 12/20 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Movement and Music for Children (3 cr.)

10-307-111

Presents movement activities to help children develop sensory awareness, songs and rhythms to use in developing skills and concepts, and ways to help children have fun and learn through movement and music. 21404 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 4:00-7:00 PM

Preschool Teachers In-service - 10 Hours

47-307-494A

Focuses on topics of interest to people working with young children. Credit for in-service programs is awarded at the conclusion of each monthly session. Registration procedure requires that individuals, not agencies, enroll in this course. 23010 9/4 - 11/6 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $37.21 9/4 Th 6:30-9:30 PM (62+) $5.75 11/6 Th 6:30-9:30 PM 10/2 Th 6:00-10:00 PM 23308 10/8 - 10/22 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $37.21 10/8 - 10/15 W 6:30-10:00 PM (62+) $5.75 10/22 W 6:30-9:30 PM

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WI Model Early Learning Standards (1 cr.)

10-307-113DE

Enhances the student’s ability to analyze the guiding principles and the five developmental domains related to the WI Early Learning Standards, apply the WMELS to various developmentally appropriate curriculum models, activities and assessments, integrate the WI Early Learning Standards into the program’s teaching cycle, evaluate learning and assessment activities using the early learning standards for each child. 21405 10/1 - 10/31 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt 21406 11/3 - 12/5 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

ELECTRICITY Adv Code Comprehensive, Master Exam Prep

47-413-438

Designed to prepare students to write a state certified master electricians exam. This class describes test-taking procedures and includes sample test writing. It is recommended that the student have completed Course 413-436 Electrical Code Comprehensive or be a state certified electrician. 23782 9/16 - 10/21 CLS Appleton Campus $62.38 Tu 5:00-8:00 PM Txt (62+) $5.75

Basic Conduit Bending

47-413-458

Covers the basics of bending conduit ranging from ninety degree bends and placing offsets, and from hand bending to machine bending. 23785 10/2 - 11/6 CLS Appleton Campus $63.73 Th 6:00-9:00 PM Txt (62+) $7.10

Journeyman Electrician Exam Prep

47-413-457

An exam preparation course, based on the 2011 NEC as amended by State comm 16. It prepares the learner to pass the WI Journeyman Electrician exam and provides a thorough examination of the National Electrical Code requirements, as well as WI state building, energy, occupancy, and electrical codes. The course is designed for upper level apprentices and other electrical trades workers preparing to take the WI Journeyman Electrician exam. 23752 9/18 - 11/6 CLS Appleton Campus $81.26 Th 6:00-9:00 PM Txt (62+) $5.75

Managing Electrical Hazards

47-413-453

Introduces students to electrical hazards in the workplace, how to avoid electrical hazards, how to analyze and document shock and arc flash hazards, and how to plan and conduct work around electrical hazards. 23784 9/25 - 10/30 CLS Appleton Campus $56.09 Th 6:00-9:00 PM Txt (62+) $5.75

National Electrical Code 2 (1 cr.)

31-413-322

Continues the examination of uses and applications of the state and national electrical code as they pertain to electrical installations. Learners will focus on the general requirements of electrical installations, conductor types and use, general wiring methods and techniques as they relate to residential, commercial and industrial applications. 23790 9/8 - 10/27 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 M 5:00-9:00 PM Txt

National Electrical Code 2-Internet (1 cr.)

31-413-322DE

Troubleshooting Data Systems

47-413-463

Teaches participants to test and troubleshoot data and communication wiring. This course develops procedures use to problem-solve issues in existing systems and new installations. 23800 9/25 - 11/13 LAB Appleton Campus $84.56 Th 6:00-9:00 PM Txt (62+) $9.05

ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY AC Circuits 1 (1 cr.)

10-660-114

Covers AC waveforms and different voltage values including Peak, RMS, Average and Peak to Peak. The operations of inductors, capacitors, time constants and transformers are included. Laboratory activities using the oscilloscope are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: DC Circuits 2 (10-660-111). 23179 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20405 9/3 - 12/22 CON Appleton Campus $142.95 MW 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 23446 9/3 - 12/22 CON Appleton Campus $142.95 MW 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 23240 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22746 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 22876 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt

AC Circuits 2 (1 cr.)

10-660-115

Covers reactive properties of series and parallel RC, RL and RLC circuits. Topics include reactance, phase angle and fundamental AC power concepts such as power triangle and power factor. Circuit quantities are determined using triangular analysis. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: AC Circuits 1 (10-660-114). 23463 9/2 - 12/19 CON Appleton Campus $142.95 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt F 1:30-4:20 PM 23198 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 23265 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22747 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 22877 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt

AC Circuits 3 (1 cr.)

10-605-116

Explores reactive circuits containing resistors, capacitors, and inductors. Passive filter circuits are introduced along with resonant circuits. Circuit simulation is implemented to aid in circuit analysis. COREQ: AC Circuits 2-Electronics/EET (10-605-111) or AC Circuits 2 (10-660-115). 23464 9/2 - 12/19 CON Appleton Campus $144.95 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt F 1:30-4:20 PM

Continues the examination of uses and applications of the state and national electrical code as they pertain to electrical installations. Learners will focus on the general requirements of electrical installations, conductor types and use, general wiring methods and techniques as they relate to residential, commercial and industrial applications. 23626 9/29 - 1/30 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

National Electrical Code 3 (1 cr.)

31-413-325

Continues the examination of uses and applications of state and national electrical code as they pertain to electrical installations. Learners will focus on the requirements of services, calculations, motors, transformers and special locations as they relate to residential, commercial and industrial applications. 23791 11/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 M 5:00-9:00 PM Txt

National Electrical Code 3-Internet (1 cr.)

31-413-325DE

Continues the examination of uses and applications of state and national electrical code as they pertain to electrical installations. Learners will focus on the requirements of services, calculations, motors, transformers and special locations as they relate to residential, commercial and industrial applications. 23627 9/29 - 1/30 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

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DC Circuits 1 (1 cr.)

10-660-110

Introduces electrical safety and program procedures. The course covers Ohm’s Law, power law, series circuits, and voltmeter, ammeter and ohmmeter applications. Number powers, electronic notations, circuit component recognition and diagrams, resistor power ratings, color code, Kirchhoff’s voltage law and atomic structure are also included. COREQ: College Technical Math 1 (10-804-115) or College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or Industrial Maintenance Math (31-804-308). 23175 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20402 9/3 - 12/22 CON Appleton Campus $142.95 MW 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 23443 9/3 - 12/22 CON Appleton Campus $142.95 MW 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 23235 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22741 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 22873 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt

DC Circuits 2 (1 cr.)

10-660-111

Covers basic parallel and series/parallel circuits and their properties. Magnetism and devices such as relays and solenoids are also presented. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: DC Circuits 1 (10-660-110). 23176 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20403 9/3 - 12/22 CON Appleton Campus $142.95 MW 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 23444 9/3 - 12/22 CON Appleton Campus $142.95 MW 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 23237 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22744 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 22874 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt

DC Circuits 3 (1 cr.)

10-660-112

Examines the theory, application and design of series/parallel circuits such as loaded and unloaded voltage dividers and Wheatstone bridge. Specific resistor characteristics are covered. Instantaneous voltage and current values for RC and RL circuits are introduced. This course includes in-depth theory of inductors, capacitors with series and parallel applications and various types of each component. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: DC Circuits 2 (10-660-111). 20404 9/3 - 12/22 CON Appleton Campus $142.95 MW 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 23445 9/3 - 12/22 CON Appleton Campus $142.95 MW 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

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DC Circuits 3 - Aircraft/Electromechanical (1 cr.)

10-620-103

DC Circuits 4 (1 cr.)

10-605-113

Digital Electronics 1 (1 cr.)

10-605-130

Digital Electronics 2 (1 cr.)

10-605-131

Digital Electronics Tech 1 (1 cr.)

10-660-130

Digital Electronics Tech 2 (1 cr.)

10-660-131

Electronic Construction Applications (1 cr.)

10-628-113

Examines the theory and application of series/parallel circuits such as loaded and unloaded voltage dividers, the Wheatstone bridge, and analog ammeter and voltmeter design. COREQ: DC Circuits 2 (10-660-111). 23180 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $154.70 Flexible Txt 22745 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt 22875 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $154.70 Flexible Txt Examines the theory, application and design of series/parallel circuits including loaded and unloaded voltage dividers. Circuit analysis methods such as superposition, Thevenin, and Norton theorems are introduced. Circuit simulation software is used to aid in the analysis and prediction of circuit operation. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. PREREQ: DC Circuits 3 (10-660-112). 23462 9/2 - 12/19 CON Appleton Campus $144.95 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt F 1:30-4:20 PM Introduces digital electronics including Boolean, the operation of logic gates, and the theory of combination logic circuits. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. 23425 9/2 - 12/16 CON Appleton Campus $144.95 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 23447 9/2 - 12/16 CON Appleton Campus $144.95 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt Examines data manual usage. This course introduces programmable logic devices and Karnaugh mapping. It also covers encoders, decoders, multiplexers, binary adders and parity circuits. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: Digital Electronics 1 (10-605-130). 23426 9/2 - 12/16 CON Appleton Campus $144.95 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 23448 9/2 - 12/16 CON Appleton Campus $144.95 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

Introduces digital electronics, the operation of logic gates, and the theory of combination logic devices such as encoders, decoders, multiplexers, binary adders and parity circuits. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: DC Circuits 1 (10-660-110). 23185 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 23246 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22750 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 22880 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt

Examines flip-flops, various types of shift registers and counters, arithmetic circuits, and practical application digital devices. Laboratory activities are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: Digital Electronics 1 (10-660-130). 23189 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 23250 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22751 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 22881 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt Demonstrates how to lay out, install and mount industrial electronic equipment on electrical panels. Students create wiring diagrams of each electronic device and eventually wire all devices in a cabinet. Quality workmanship and craftsmanship are emphasized. COREQ: AutoCAD Fundamentals (10-628-187). 23139 10/29 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $151.45 W 12:30-3:20 PM

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Electronic Construction Techniques (1 cr.)

10-605-163

Introduces the use of common tools for constructing electronic devices. The safe use and application of hand and power tools is practiced through construction projects. Soldering techniques, both through-hole and surface mount, are studied in detail. 23432 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $256.66 W 8:30-10:20 AM 23430 10/31 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Campus $256.66 10/31 - 11/21 F 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 10/31 - 12/19 F 8:30-11:20 AM

Embedded Programming 1 (1 cr.)

10-605-145

Introduces students to embedded computer systems through exploration of microcontroller operation, architecture and programming. Students will lay the groundwork for future courses and electronic projects while experimenting with programming language concepts and basic interfacing. 23428 10/30 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $144.95 Th 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 23451 10/31 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Campus $144.95 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

Embedded Programming 2 (1 cr.)

10-605-146

Continues with topics from Embedded Programming 1 and further explores embedded controller systems operation, architecture, and programming. Students will lay the groundwork for future courses and electronic projects while experimenting with programming language concepts and interfacing. PREREQ: Embedded Programming 1 (10-605-145). 23450 9/3 - 10/22 LAB Appleton Campus $144.95 W 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

Embedded Programming 3 (1 cr.)

10-605-148

Continues with topics from Embedded Programming 2 and further explores embedded controller systems operation, architecture and programming. Successful students will exit this course prepared to develop and implement larger projects involving more advanced topics relative to microcontrollers. COREQ: Embedded Programming 2 (10-605-146). 23452 10/29 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $144.95 W 8:30-11:20 AM

PC Hardware/Operating Systems (1 cr.)

10-605-129

Trains students to work with a critical tool for technicians and become familiar with computer repair (A+ Prep). Students will experience all through hands-on laboratory activities. They will also learn to understand fundamental computer hardware/software concepts, configuration and troubleshooting. 23427 9/4 - 10/23 LAB Appleton Campus $144.95 Th 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 23435 9/5 - 10/24 LAB Appleton Campus $144.95 F 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt

Product Testing/Systems (1 cr.)

10-605-155

Addresses programming on Test and Measurement with the graphical programming language LabVIEW. Students create electronic product testing, instrumentation, data acquisition, and data analysis. PREREQ: LabVIEW Graphical Programming (10-605-141). 23735 10/28 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $144.95 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

Semiconductors 1 (1 cr.)

10-660-128

Introduces semiconductor materials, the operation of diodes, Zener diodes and the construction of rectifier and filter circuits. Fundamental transistor construction and operation is also introduced. Laboratory experiments are performed to verify the theory. PREREQ: AC Circuits 1 (10-660-114). 23453 9/4 - 10/24 CON Appleton Campus $142.95 ThF 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

Semiconductors 2 (1 cr.)

10-660-129

Introduces students to transistor operation as a switch, SCR, Triac, and Operational Amplifier operation and application. COREQ: Semiconductors 1 (10-660-128). 23454 9/4 - 10/24 CON Appleton Campus $142.95 ThF 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

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Semiconductors 3 (1 cr.)

10-605-125

Covers DC and AC analysis of amplifiers. Bypass and coupling capacitor functions, along with circuit limitations due to circuit configuration, are also examined. COREQ: Semiconductors 2 (10-660-129). 23455 10/30 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $144.95 Th 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

Solder Rework & Repair-IPC Prep (1 cr.)

10-605-106

Teaches students how to produce high-quality soldered connections that meet the IPC standard regarding materials, methods and verification. 23449 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $144.95 Tu 8:30-10:20 AM Txt

Solid State 1 (1 cr.)

10-660-120

Introduces semiconductor materials, the operation of diodes, Zener diodes and the construction of rectifier and filter circuits. Laboratory experiments are performed to verify the theory. PREREQ: AC Circuits 1 (10-660-114). 23184 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 23245 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22748 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 22878 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt

Solid State 2 (1 cr.)

10-660-121

Examines the operation and theory of transistors and the construction of amplifiers. Laboratory experiments are performed to verify the theory. COREQ: Solid State 1 (10-660-120). 23188 9/2 - 10/24 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 23249 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22749 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 22879 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $142.95 Flexible Txt

Technical Software Essentials (1 cr.)

10-660-181

Covers Microsoft related software. This will include word processing with Microsoft Word, spreadsheets with Microsoft Excel, presentation software with Microsoft PowerPoint and databases with Microsoft Access. 23434 9/4 - 10/23 LAB Appleton Campus $142.95 Th 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 23429 9/5 - 10/24 LAB Appleton Campus $142.95 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 23102 10/31 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Campus $142.95 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

EMERGENCY MEDICAL & CPR AHA ACLS or PALS Test-out

47-531-401K

Testing with an AHA Instructor (ACLS or PALS, based on the course). The cognitive portion of American Heart Association eLearning courses can be completed online or through another computer-based or electronic medium. After successful completion of the cognitive portion of the program, students will receive a Part 1 completion certificate to be presented to the instructor before proceeding with Parts 2 (practice) and 3 (testing). Students should come into their skills testing session prepared to perform skills. 22996 9/2 - 12/24 CLS Appleton Campus $17.04 Flexible (62+) $10.75

AHA BLS CPR Instructor Course

47-531-480

Focuses on the instructional techniques, communication skills, analysis of psychomotor skills, evaluative techniques, skill demonstration and knowledge needed to be an American Heart Association CPR instructor. Student must have current AHA Healthcare CPR certification and have an Instructor Potential form on file with FVTC EMS Department. 23813 8/16 - 8/16 CLS Appleton Campus $60.79 Sa 8:00 AM-4:30 PM Txt (62+) $10.45

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22630

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22632

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22631

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22633

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AHA BLS Healthcare Renewal CPR

Learn important life-saving skills.

AHA BLS Healthcare Provider CPR

47-531-401

Teaches and evaluates two-rescuer CPR, one-rescuer CPR, obstructed airway technique for the adult/child/infant, adult/child Automated External Defibrillator (AED), pocket mask and Bag Valve mask. Students receive an American Heart Association Healthcare CPR card with two-year certification. 22604 9/13 - 9/13 CLS Appleton Campus $27.63 Sa 7:30 AM-Noon Txt (62+) $8.75 22605 10/11 - 10/11 CLS Appleton Campus $27.63 Sa 7:30 AM-Noon Txt (62+) $8.75 22606 11/8 - 11/8 CLS Appleton Campus $27.63 Sa 7:30 AM-Noon Txt (62+) $8.75 22607 12/13 - 12/13 CLS Appleton Campus $27.63 Sa 7:30 AM-Noon Txt (62+) $8.75 23081 8/18 - 8/18 CLS Chilton Regional Center $27.63 M 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 23082 9/15 - 9/15 CLS Chilton Regional Center $27.63 M 12:30-5:30 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 23083 10/20 - 10/20 CLS Chilton Regional Center $27.63 M 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 23084 11/17 - 11/17 CLS Chilton Regional Center $27.63 M 12:30-5:30 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 23085 12/15 - 12/15 CLS Chilton Regional Center $27.63 M 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 20535 9/9 - 9/9 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $27.63 Tu 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 20539 10/18 - 10/18 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $27.63 Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 20541 11/6 - 11/6 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $27.63 Th 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75

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47-531-401A

Reviews and evaluates two-rescuer CPR, one-rescuer CPR, obstructed airway technique for the adult/child/infant, adult/child Automated External Defibrillator (AED), pocket mask and Bag Valve mask. Students receive an American Heart Association Healthcare CPR card with two-year certification. 22608 9/13 - 9/13 CLS Appleton Campus $21.34 Sa 7:30 AM-Noon Txt (62+) $8.75 22609 10/11 - 10/11 CLS Appleton Campus $21.34 Sa 7:30 AM-Noon Txt (62+) $8.75 22610 11/8 - 11/8 CLS Appleton Campus $21.34 Sa 7:30 AM-Noon Txt (62+) $8.75 22611 12/13 - 12/13 CLS Appleton Campus $21.34 Sa 7:30 AM-Noon Txt (62+) $8.75 23088 8/18 - 8/18 CLS Chilton Regional Center $21.34 M 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 23089 9/15 - 9/15 CLS Chilton Regional Center $21.34 M 12:30-5:30 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 23090 10/20 - 10/20 CLS Chilton Regional Center $21.34 M 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 23091 11/17 - 11/17 CLS Chilton Regional Center $21.34 M 12:30-5:30 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 23092 12/15 - 12/15 CLS Chilton Regional Center $21.34 M 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 20536 9/9 - 9/9 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $21.34 Tu 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 20540 10/18 - 10/18 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $21.34 Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 20542 11/6 - 11/6 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $21.34 Th 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 20544 12/1 - 12/1 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $21.34 M 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 23093 9/9 - 9/9 CLS Kimberly High School $21.34 Tu 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 23094 10/14 - 10/14 CLS Kimberly High School $21.34 Tu 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 22636 8/14 - 8/14 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $21.34 Th 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 22637 9/4 - 9/4 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $21.34 Th 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 22639 9/20 - 9/20 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $21.34 Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75

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22638 22640

9/23 - 9/23

CLS

10/11 - 10/11 CLS

22641

11/15 - 11/15 CLS

22642

12/6 - 12/6

23120

10/14 - 10/14 CLS

23223

11/8 - 11/8

23225

12/13 - 12/13 CLS

23108

12/16 - 12/16 CLS

23049

9/9 - 9/9

CLS

CLS

CLS

Oshkosh Riverside Campus Tu 5:00-10:00 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM Waupaca Regional Center Tu 5:00-10:00 PM Waupaca Regional Center Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM Waupaca Regional Center Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM Waupaca Regional Center Tu 8:30 AM-2:00 PM Wild Rose Hospital Tu 5:00-10:00 PM

AHA CPR FA Test-out

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$21.34 (62+) $8.75 $21.34 (62+) $8.75 $21.34 (62+) $8.75 $21.34 (62+) $8.75 $21.34 (62+) $8.75 $21.34 (62+) $8.75 $21.34 (62+) $8.75 $21.34 (62+) $8.75 $21.34 (62+) $8.75

47-531-401J

Testing with an AHA Instructor (Heartsaver or BLS, based on the course). The cognitive portion of eLearning courses can be completed online or through another computer-based or electronic medium. After successful completion of the cognitive portion of the program, students will receive a Part 1 completion certificate to be presented to the instructor before proceeding with Parts 2 (practice) and 3 (testing). Students should come into their skills testing session prepared to perform skills. 22995 9/2 - 12/24 CLS Appleton Campus $15.04 Flexible (62+) $8.75

CPR - Heartsaver AED and First Aid

47-531-483

Teaches and evaluates the following skills: Public Access Defibrillation (PAD), basic first aid, onerescuer adult CPR, clearing obstructed airways and the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). The risk factors of heart disease and stroke are discussed along with mouth-to-barrier devices. Students receive an American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED card with two-year certification. 20537 9/29 - 9/29 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $28.63 M 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $9.75 22618 9/25 - 9/25 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $28.63 Th 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $9.75 22619 10/22 - 10/22 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $28.63 W 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $9.75 22620 11/3 - 11/3 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $28.63 M 8:30 AM-2:00 PM Txt (62+) $9.75 22621 11/6 - 11/6 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $28.63 Th 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $9.75 23111 9/4 - 9/4 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $28.63 Th 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $9.75 23105 10/20 - 10/20 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $28.63 M 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $9.75 23115 11/1 - 11/1 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $28.63 Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM Txt (62+) $9.75 23117 12/4 - 12/4 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $28.63 Th 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $9.75 23045 10/7 - 10/7 CLS Wild Rose Hospital $28.63 Tu 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $9.75

First Aid Seminar

47-531-450

Presents and evaluates basic first aid skills necessary to care for the ill and injured until medical help arrives. The course is designed for the layperson. Students receive an American Heart Association First Aid card with two-year certification. 20538 9/29 - 9/29 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $21.34 M 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 23324 9/20 - 9/20 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $21.34 Sa 1:00-4:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 23325 10/11 - 10/11 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $21.34 Sa 1:00-4:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 23326 11/15 - 11/15 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $21.34 Sa 1:00-4:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 23328 11/18 - 11/18 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $21.34 Tu 2:00-5:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75 23327 12/6 - 12/6 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $21.34 Sa 1:00-4:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75

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23113

9/4 - 9/4

CLS

23106

10/20 - 10/20 CLS

23116

11/1 - 11/1

CLS

23118

11/4 - 12/4

CLS

23046

10/7 - 10/7

12/4

CLS

Waupaca Regional Center Th 5:00-10:00 PM Waupaca Regional Center M 5:00-10:00 PM Waupaca Regional Center Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM Waupaca Regional Center Th 5:00-10:00 PM Wild Rose Hospital Tu 5:00-10:00 PM

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First Responder (2 cr.)

$21.34 (62+) $8.75 $21.34 (62+) $8.75 $21.34 (62+) $8.75 $21.34 (62+) $8.75 $21.34 (62+) $8.75

10-531-104

Teaches and evaluates the knowledge/skills needed to respond to medical or trauma situations. It includes AED, Combitube, Epi-Pen, Spinal Immobilization, and skills needed to assist the ambulance crew. This course meets Wisconsin and National licensure guidelines. Students receive FVTC First Responder certificate. 23261 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $305.90 9/3 - 12/17 W 6:00-10:00 PM Txt 11/22 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM

First Responder Refresher

47-531-404D

Refreshes and evaluates the knowledge/skills needed to respond to medical or trauma situations. Includes AED, Combitube, Epi-Pen, spinal immobilization, and skills needed to assist the ambulance crew. Course meets Wisconsin and National licensure guidelines. It is recommended that students have the following qualifications: Current AHA CPR Healthcare BLS or American Red Cross Professional CPR recognition and current Wisconsin/National Registry EMT-B licensure. 23765 10/27 - 11/24 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $70.68 M 5:30-8:30 PM (62+) $7.75

First Responder with Healthcare Provider CPR (2 cr.)

10-531-105

Teaches and evaluates the knowledge/skills needed to respond to medical or trauma situations. It includes AED, Combitube, EpiPen, Spinal Immobilization, CPR and skills needed to assist the ambulance crew. This course meets Wisconsin and National licensure guidelines. Students receive an AHA Healthcare CPR card and FVTC Emergency Medical Responder certificate. 20770 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $302.90 9/4 - 12/18 Th 5:30-9:30 PM Txt 9/13 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM 11/1 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM 20749 9/5 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Campus $302.90 FSa 8:00 AM-Noon Txt 20764 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $302.90 9/8 - 12/22 M 5:30-9:30 PM Txt 10/11 Sa 8:00 AM-Noon 11/15 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM 23776 9/10 - 12/17 CLS Chilton Regional Center $302.90 9/10 - 12/17 W 5:30-10:00 PM Txt 10/4 Sa 8:00 AM-4:30 PM

Healthcare Provider CPR AED with First Aid

47-531-409

Teaches students; adult, child one and two rescuer with AED and infant CPR. This course also teaches skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid, choking or sudden cardiac arrest emergency. Students learn how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies. 22623 9/20 - 9/20 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $36.92 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Txt (62+) $11.75 22624 10/11 - 10/11 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $36.92 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Txt (62+) $11.75 22625 11/15 - 11/15 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $36.92 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Txt (62+) $11.75 22626 12/6 - 12/6 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $36.92 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Txt (62+) $11.75

Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED Child and Infant

47-531-410

Teaches students; adult, child and infant CPR with AED use. This course also teaches skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid, choking or sudden cardiac arrest emergency. Students learn how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies. 22627 11/18 - 11/18 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $33.92 Tu 8:30 AM-5:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.75

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ENERGY, POWER & SUSTAINABLE POWER Carbon Footprint Reduction Management (3 cr.)

Process Development Application (2 cr.) 10-481-102D1

Focuses on the ISO standards on Carbon Footprint Development. Many companies use this standard to understand power consumption and usage. The student will develop a carbon footprint report for a simulated facility. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. 22019 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined

22698

9/2 - 12/22

20980

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Chilton Regional Center

$449.85

Oshkosh Riverside Campus

$449.85

Meeting date(s): To be determined

HYB

Meeting date(s): To be determined

Economics & Procurement of Energy (3 cr.)

10-481-108D1

Teaches the participant to quantify the economic impact of various energy sources, and the payback of various energy projects and approaches. The economics of reduce, reuse, recycle and renewable will be explored and applied to a small business through casework. The economics of energy procurement will be explored, including time of day rates and peak load factors. 22043 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22703 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Chilton Regional Center $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 20981 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Energy & Environmental Conservation (3 cr.)

10-481-107D1

Focuses on conservation, the most economical and environmentally friendly solution to energy management. Energy audits for home and businesses are explored, and the results are used to prioritize potential energy reduction projects. Building efficiency standards and the conservation of water are analyzed. COREQ: Fundamentals of Energy (10-481-104); Energy Production and Use (10-481-106). 22042 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22702 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Chilton Regional Center $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 20982 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Energy Production & Use (3 cr.)

10-481-106D1

Allows the participants to learn about and quantify many potential sources of energy, their advantages, disadvantages and their environmental impact. The student will then apply the knowledge to develop a comprehensive, sustainable energy strategy for a small business. 22026 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22701 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Chilton Regional Center $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 20983 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Fundamentals of Energy (2 cr.)

10-481-103D1

Applies the lessons from the earlier courses, Students will develop a Sustainability plan for the emerging technology of their choice. The plan will take into consideration the site, the County, State and Federal regulations that will apply. Lastly, the student will identify the current carbon footprint of the site and determine if the emerging technology is appropriate at the site. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. 22021 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined

22699

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Chilton Regional Center

$301.40

Oshkosh Riverside Campus

$301.40

Meeting date(s): To be determined

21001

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Meeting date(s): To be determined

Sustainability as a Business Strategy (3 cr.)

10-490-103D1

Practicing sustainability in an organization is not only good for the environment; it’s a business strategy that can improve business performance and profitability. Companies in today’s business environment are competing in a marketplace where financial, social, and environmental performance is important to organizational success. 22056 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22704 8/10 - 12/31 HYB Chilton Regional Center $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21005 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

ENGINES & POWER EQUIPMENT Advanced Ag Hydraulic Systems (2 cr.)

10-003-132

Provides students the opportunity to work with various types of hydraulic systems used on agriculture equipment. They will do testing, diagnostic and repair of these systems. Students will need to complete Agriculture Hydraulic Systems before enrolling in this class. 21445 10/27 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $296.40 MTu 12:30-4:00 PM Txt

Ag DC Electrical Systems (3 cr.)

10-003-131

Focuses on DC electron flow theory, different types of circuits and troubleshooting the circuits. Students will also use schematics to diagnosis problems. Starting and charging systems will be covered. 21444 9/2 - 10/23 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $444.60 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt TuTh 12:30-4:00 PM

AG DC Electronic Systems (3 cr.)

10-003-136

Focuses on electrical and electronic circuits used on DC electrical systems in agricultural equipment. Students will develop the knowledge and skills associated with diagnosing and troubleshooting these circuits. Students will learn the functions of the electronic systems. Computer use will be stressed. 21453 10/28 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $444.60 TuTh 7:30 AM-Noon Txt

10-481-104D1

Introduces the learner to the sources of energy, the use of energy in industrialized society and the environmental impact of various energy sources. Reduce, reuse, recycle and renewable are introduced as a prioritization strategy. Students will learn several sources of energy and examine the most cost effective and environmentally friendly application of each to heating, transportation and electricity production. 22024 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined

22700

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Chilton Regional Center

$301.40

Oshkosh Riverside Campus

$301.40

Get Ahead with a Certificate!

Meeting date(s): To be determined

20984

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Meeting date(s): To be determined

Want to get ahead in your career? Consider an FVTC certificate program. Certificate programs include a focused set of courses for skills needed in the workplace. Some credits may bridge into associate degree or technical diploma programs or to a bachelor’s degree program at a four-year college. See page 79 for a complete list of certificate programs. www.fvtc.edu/certificates or (920) 735-5645

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Intro to OPE and Power Sports Technician (3 cr.)

10-461-140

Introduces students to program outcomes and requirements and reviews student handbook and program expectations. 22293 9/2 - 10/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $464.10 M-W 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

OPE Customer Service & Sales (2 cr.)

10-461-122

Focuses on the importance of the customer and develops customer service skills. Applies retail sales principles and emphasizes the importance of knowing the product’s features, prospecting clients, presenting the product and closing the sale. 22299 9/3 - 10/22 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $309.40 MW 8:30-11:40 AM

OPE DC Electrical Systems (3 cr.)

10-461-116

Covers Ohm’s law and electrical theory, operation and troubleshooting methods for batteries, starting circuits, charging circuits and accessories. Safety glasses are required. 22297 10/28 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $464.10 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt ThF 8:30 AM-12:20 PM

OPE Diesel Engine Systems (3 cr.)

Keep your equipment running smooth all season.

AG Diesel Engine Technology (5 cr.)

10-003-135

Provides the knowledge and skills needed to maintain, do adjustments and repair of a diesel engine. Students will learn the different functions of a diesel engine. Use of technical service resources and precision measuring is stressed. 21442 9/2 - 10/23 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $741.00 M-W 12:30-4:20 PM Txt Th 7:30-11:20 AM

Ag Planting Equipment (3 cr.)

10-003-120

Provides a comprehensive study of planting equipment. There will be extensive coverage of planting and seeding equipment. Units to be covered will include no-till drills, corn planters and seed metering units. Students will work with the seed metering test stand to rebuild and calibrate the seed meters. 21465 10/28 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $444.60 TuTh 12:30-4:00 PM W 7:30-11:20 AM

Agriculture Forage Harvesting Equipment (2 cr.)

10-003-130

Focuses on forage harvesting equipment. Students will perform necessary adjustments and repairs associated with the forage harvesting equipment. 21462 10/28 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $296.40 TuTh 8:00-11:20 AM Txt

Agriculture Hydraulic Systems (2 cr.)

10-003-110

Introduces the student to the fundamentals of fluid power, components, different hydraulic systems, hydraulic schematics and terminology of the hydraulic systems used on modern agriculture mobile equipment. Includes operation of fluid flow on various systems, maintenance and system diagnostics. Students are exposed to the special tools used to test hydraulic systems. The use of these special tools and technical manuals are stressed. 21450 9/2 - 10/23 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $296.40 M 3:30-5:20 PM Txt TuTh 9:30-11:20 AM

Agriculture Power Transmission (4 cr.)

10-003-123

Provides theory and power flow of various transmissions used on agriculture power driven equipment. Includes collarshift, synchronized and powershift transmissions. Also covers differentials, final drives, PTO clutches and tractor clutches. Proper use of spatiality tools and technical manuals is stressed. 21441 9/2 - 10/24 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $592.80 TuWF 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

Internship in OPE and Power Sports (3 cr.)

10-461-142

Prepares students with job-seeking skills and provides students with actual on-the-job training with required outcomes. Gives students hands-on experience in real work places. 22306 9/2 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $419.85 Flexible

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10-461-118

Provides technicians with skills and knowledge of gas and diesel engine theory, fuel, electrical, coding and lubrication systems. 22308 10/23 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $464.10 ThF 8:00 AM-12:20 PM Txt

OPE Four-Cycle Small Engines (3 cr.)

10-461-112

Gives an in-depth overview of engine design and operational theory. Parts identification, function and repair are incorporated into the disassembly, reconditioning and assembly of small air-cooled engines. Safety glasses are required. 22285 9/2 - 10/24 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $464.10 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt ThF 8:30 AM-12:20 PM

OPE Handheld Power Units (3 cr.)

10-461-115

Emphasizes the repair of two-cycle and small four-cycle engines used on chainsaws, cutoff saws, line trimmers, backpack blowers, hedge trimmers and other small power units. Students will learn new emission requirements and understand the current laws on product liability. Safety glasses are required. 22298 10/27 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $464.10 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt WTh 12:30-4:20 PM

OPE Hydraulics and Drivelines (3 cr.)

10-461-113

Focuses on the equipment used in groundskeeping, landscaping and maintenance of turf grass. Belt, gear, and hydrostatic transaxles and drivelines for lawn mowers, tillers, snowblowers, garden tractors, zero-turn mowers and compact tractors are included in this course. Safety glasses are required. 22303 9/3 - 10/23 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $464.10 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt WTh 12:30-4:20 PM

OPE Operation & Maintenance (2 cr.)

10-461-114

Focuses on maintaining and operating skid steer loads, forklifts, till-handlers, turf mowing equipment and landscape equipment. The course provides operators’ certification. Safety glasses are required. 22289 9/3 - 10/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $309.40 MW 8:30 AM-Noon Txt

Parts and Service Management (3 cr.)

10-461-141

Utilizes computer software programs such as PartSmart and Web-based programs to learn how to look up parts and create parts invoices. Includes methods of merchandizing products for increased sales, and utilizes a computer software, DealerWin, to develop service orders, invoice repair orders and develop a customer data base. 22294 10/27 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $464.10 MW 8:00 AM-12:20 PM Txt

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Power Sports Technology All-Terrain Vehicle 1 (3 cr.)

10-461-135

Teaches students the proper procedures on correct pre-delivery setup and inspections on ATVs. Proper tune-up procedures and maintenance repairs will be covered, including clutches, transmissions, drivelines, brakes, tires and wheels, and suspensions. Arctic Cat is one of the program sponsors and their products will be emphasized in more detail. All tools will be provided for student use. Prior to taking this course, students should have taken classes in any of the following program areas: Auto Collision, Auto Technology, Diesel Equipment Technology or Outdoor Power Equipment. Students are encouraged to enroll in Power Sports Technology All-Terrain Vehicle 2 with Power Sports Technology All-Terrain Vehicle 1 during the same term. 22104 9/3 - 10/22 LAB Appleton Campus $464.10 MW 12:30-6:00 PM Txt

Power Sports Technology All-Terrain Vehicle 2 (3 cr.)

10-461-134

Teaches students the proper procedures dealing with engines and fuel systems repairs on ATVs. Electrical systems will also be covered on starting circuits, charging circuits and electrical troubleshooting dealing with wiring diagrams. Engine overhaul and EFI fuel systems will also be covered. Arctic Cat is one of the program sponsors and their products will be emphasized in more detail. All tools will be provided for student use. Prior to taking this course, students should have taken classes in any of the following program areas: Auto Collision, Auto Technology, Diesel Equipment Technology or Outdoor Power Equipment. Students are encouraged to enroll in Power Sports Technology All-Terrain Vehicle 1 with Power Sports Technology All-Terrain Vehicle 2 during the same term. 22105 9/2 - 10/23 LAB Appleton Campus $464.10 TuTh 12:30-6:00 PM Txt

Power Sports Technology Snowmobile 1 (3 cr.)

10-461-133

Teaches students the proper procedure on correct pre-delivery setup and inspections on snowmobiles. Proper tune-up procedures and maintenance repairs will be covered, including drive clutches, driven clutches, track and suspension repairs. Arctic Cat is one of the program sponsors and their products will be emphasized in more detail. All tools will be provided for student use. Prior to taking this course, students should have taken classes in any of the following program areas: Auto Collision, Auto Technology, Diesel Equipment Technology or Outdoor Power Equipment. Students are encouraged to enroll in Power Sports Technology Snowmobile 2 with Power Sports Technology Snowmobile 1 during the same term. 22106 10/27 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $464.10 MW 12:30-6:00 PM Txt

Power Sports Technology Snowmobile 2 (3 cr.)

10-461-132

Teaches students the proper procedures on tune-up procedures and maintenance repairs on both 2-cycle and 4-cycle engines on snowmobiles. Fuel systems and electrical systems will also be covered. EFI fuel systems and electrical starting and charging circuits, along with trouble-shooting with wiring diagrams will also be covered. Arctic Cat is one of the program sponsors, and their products will be emphasized in more detail. All tools will be provided student use. Prior to taking this course, students should have taken classes in any of the following program areas: Auto Collision, Auto Technology, Diesel Equipment Technology or Outdoor Power Equipment. Students are encouraged to enroll in Power Sports Technology Snowmobile 1 with Power Sports Technology Snowmobile 2 during the same term. 22107 10/28 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $464.10 TuTh 12:30-6:00 PM Txt

Precision Equipment Systems (3 cr.)

10-003-137

Introduces the student to the different precision farming GPS systems used on agriculture equipment. Students will learn proper set-up and installation of the systems. Students will work in the field with adjustments and settings as well as the GPS display and the different functions. 23311 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $444.60 Tu 7:30 AM-Noon Txt 23310 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $444.60 M 7:30 AM-Noon Txt

Shop Tool/Safety Principles (3 cr.)

10-003-134

Focuses on equipment shop safety, correct tool usage and types of fasteners. Students will perform some basic duties in the shop using different types of tools and fasteners. Students will gain knowledge of the different types of tools and fasteners. They will also learn and perform some basic welding and cutting torch applications. 21447 9/2 - 10/23 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $444.60 M 7:30-11:20 AM Txt TuTh 7:30-9:20 AM

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Skid Loader/Compact Equipment (3 cr.)

10-003-126

Provides the knowledge and skills needed to operate, diagnose and repair skid loaders and telehandler equipment. Involves areas of training of both in electrical, hydraulics, drive transmissions, operational adjustments and operation. It is recommended to have successfully completed Electrical and Ag Hydraulics. 21446 10/29 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $444.60 WTh 12:30-5:20 PM

Small Engines Repair, Basic

47-461-409

Covers the theory of two- and four-cycle engines. An engine is broken down and inspected, new parts are added, and then the engine is reassembled using the proper service manuals and tools. Engines are run with carburetion and electrical adjustments as needed. Students should have access to an engine and basic hand tools. Safety glasses are required. 22379 9/9 - 11/11 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $107.83 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Txt (62+) $13.44 22380 9/11 - 11/13 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $107.83 Th 6:00-9:00 PM Txt (62+) $13.44 23114 9/18 - 11/20 CLS New London High School $107.83 Th 4:00-7:00 PM Txt (62+) $13.44 23071 9/25 - 11/20 CLS Waupaca High School $107.83 9/25 - 11/13 Th 5:30-9:30 PM Txt (62+) $13.44 11/20 Th 5:30-7:30 PM

Small Engines, Introduction to (1 cr.)

10-461-102

Provides the student with theory and hands-on experience with gas outdoor power equipment. Fuel, cooling, lubrication and DC electrical systems will be emphasized. 22381 9/9 - 11/11 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $154.70 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Txt

ENTREPRENEURSHIP Entrepreneurial Mindset (1 cr.)

10-145-101

Inspires and engages participants in fundamental concepts of an entrepreneurial mindset and the unlimited opportunities it can provide. Empowers learners through entrepreneurial thinking and immerses them in entrepreneurial experiences that enable them to develop entrepreneurial skills. 20510 9/5 - 10/31 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 F 12:30-2:20 PM Txt

Entrepreneurial Venture Financing (2 cr.)

10-145-181DE

Deals with developing a financial management system for a small business, calculating financial reports, and acquiring an appreciation for the importance of accurate report and recordkeeping. Identifies potential financial and technical support resources. PREREQ: Entrepreneurial Venture-Your Business Plan (10-145-100) or prior approval from instructor. 20511 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt

Entrepreneurial Venture-Your Business Plan (3 cr.)

10-145-100DE

Focuses on the business planning process of business concept development through financial projections and planning. This is a blended-learning course designed to teach students how to research, develop and write detailed start-up business plans which can be used to create successful businesses. The blended-learning environment combines the flexibility of Internet-based e-learning with the benefits of face-to-face instruction. 20509 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Entrepreneurship, Introduction to (3 cr.)

10-145-104DE

Provides students with opportunities to investigate, understand and apply the process of choosing entrepreneurship as a career path. Explores the entrepreneurial experience by focusing on an awareness of entrepreneurship, opportunity recognition, business concept development and preliminary feasibility testing. Students gain the knowledge, skills, concepts and strategies relevant for start-up and early-stage entrepreneurs. The practical hands-on approach encourages students to immerse themselves in the entrepreneurial experience. 20512 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Entrepreneurship: Managing Your New Venture (3 cr.)

10-145-105DE

Introduces how to manage an entrepreneurial venture through the three developmental stages of growth, expansion and maturity. 20514 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

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ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY Accident Investigation (3 cr.)

Ergonomics (3 cr.) 10-449-103D1

Reviews the practices needed to conduct an effective and thorough accident investigation and prepare a comprehensive accident report. The student will learn to interview witnesses, prepare a site drawing, and gather appropriate visual evidence. In a simulated scenario, the student will prepare a comprehensive report on the incident. 23351 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21201 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Audits and Inspections (2 cr.)

10-449-105D1

Examines the process that takes place during the planning, design, and implementation of an effective audit and inspection program. Students will learn how to conduct the monitoring function in an organization to locate and report existing and potential hazards. Students will develop site specific inspection forms in selected topic areas. 23356 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21202 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Business Continuity Planning (3 cr.)

10-449-115D1

Provides the students with the working knowledge of continuity planning. The student will discuss the aspects of preparing a facility for a catastrophic building failure. The processes involved in the process of moving a building staff, etc., after an event. The methods used to secure computer records and server operations. 23355 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21203 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

CAD Safety Applications (2 cr.)

10-449-116D1

Provides the student with a basic understanding of computer-aided drawing for safety plan development and response. Topics include vehicle flow and movement, fire alarm system mapping, evacuation route design, and process/system mapping. 23344 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined

21204

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Oshkosh Riverside Campus

$301.40

Meeting date(s): To be determined

DOT Engineering (2 cr.)

10-449-121D1

Designed to introduce the student to ever changing regulations of the DOT. The course will cover Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, entry-level driver requirements, drug and alcohol testing and reporting, and handling hazardous materials. The newest requirement, Transportation Safety Plans, are a part of the class. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 23350 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21205 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

DOT Rules & Regulations (1 cr.)

10-449-108D1

Designed to provide an overview of the DOT regulations. The course topics include how to prepare for DOT reviews, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations compliance, Safety Performance History requirements and Hazardous Materials requirements. The students will develop a Transportation Security Act plan for a selected facility. PREREQ: Regulatory Compliance (10-449-102) or active in Safety and Occupational Health certificate or instructor consent. 21206 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $152.95 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Environmental Laws & Regulations in Industry (3 cr.)

10-449-134D1

Provides an overview of regulatory agencies at the local, state and federal levels that apply in an industrial setting. Coursework includes interpreting and applying laws, regulations, inspection programs and potential fines. It also addresses the development of resources to aid in regulatory compliance. 23360 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21207 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

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10-449-119D1

Provides the student with an understanding of human engineering. The course will cover the methods to control repetitive motion injuries, office design, and the concept of ease and efficiency for industrial workers. Workstation design in the office and assembly line operations are a part of the class. 23353 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21208 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Industrial Emergency Operation (2 cr.)

10-449-112D1

Provides the framework for the requirements of building an In-Plant Emergency Response Team at an industrial facility. Students will review the appropriate OSHA, EPA, and Wisconsin DNR standards and regulations. The students will design an emergency action plan for a given facility. 23361 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21209 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Industrial Environmental Management (2 cr.)

10-449-135D1

Covers the concept of due diligence and Phase 1 & 2 investigations. The use of an environmental management system in tracking and managing the environmental concepts of any site are discussed. 23364 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21210 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Industrial Environmental Pollution (2 cr.)

10-449-136D1

Looks at the point sources of pollution commonly found in industry. Coursework includes air, water, and storm water pollution and permitting. The course also covers the emission inventory, compliance certifications required and the concept of groundwater remediation. 23366 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21211 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Industrial Hygiene, Introduction to (2 cr.)

10-449-104D1

Focuses on identifying and preventing environmental stressors in the workplace. The student will be involved in predicting, recognizing and assessing exposures that can lead to sickness or injury within the facility. Students will locate and interpret the OSHA 300 logs and compare to current injury/illness data. 23349 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21220 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Industrial Waste Management (2 cr.)

10-449-133D1

Explores the identification and disposal of both solid and hazardous waste. The course reviews the permitting required, along with the sampling, labeling and transportation off site. Waste management and recycling options are a large part of this class. 23363 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21212 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Intro to Emergency Management (3 cr.)

10-449-117D1

Explores the comprehensive world of emergency planning. This class introduces the student to both worlds of municipal and industrial emergency planning. Students will review expectations of OSHA, FEMA, and the Department of Homeland Security for emergency preparedness. 21216 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Introduction to ISO 50001 (3 cr.)

10-449-148D1

Provides the student with the main requirements of ISO 50001, an international standard that provides a framework to help you manage the energy supply and consumption in organizations. The course also provides a practical overview of the guidance and applications for energy management systems and environmental standards. 23346 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 23236 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

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Introduction to the ISO 14000 Series (3 cr.)

10-449-122D1

Provides the student with the fundamentals associated with the ISO process. The course will review the general expectations of the process in regards to Safety, Health and Environmental challenges. 23358 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21222 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Lean Safety (1 cr.)

10-449-132D1

Focuses on improving safety by the use of Lean tools and techniques. The course covers ethical behavior, cultural change, and leadership and improvement methodologies, as well as the development of standards and metrics for measure and tracking overall safety. 23359 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $152.95 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21224 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $152.95 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

OSHA & Ethylene Oxide (1 cr.)

10-449-131D1

Provides the student with an understanding of the hazards presented by ethylene oxide, the requirements that OSHA has for workplace safety, and the expectations of the facility during an unplanned release. 23345 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $152.95 Meeting date(s): To be determined

21226

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Oshkosh Riverside Campus

$152.95

Meeting date(s): To be determined

OSHA & Health Care (3 cr.)

10-449-114D1

Explains the relationship of OSHA to the health care industry. Other topics include ergonomics, hazardous chemicals, electrical, and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards. 21229 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined

OSHA Environmental Technology (2 cr.)

10-449-118D1

Introduces the student to the concepts of safe aspects of Environmental Technology. Other topics include worker training, hazardous chemicals and waste, and the relationship between the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Standards. 23352 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21225 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Principles of Safety Security (2 cr.)

10-449-110DE

Explains the supervisor’s role in developing and implementing safety procedures and accident prevention programs in all types of work environments. Other topics include ergonomics, office safety, health care cost and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards. This course is designed to be delivered online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 21237 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt

Private Fire Protection (3 cr.)

10-449-111D1 & 10-449-111DE

Explains the role that building protective systems have in Life Safety issues. Students will develop and implement building safety procedures for all types of work environments. Other topics include sprinkler systems, dry powder systems, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Standards. 21231 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21239 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Regulatory Compliance (3 cr.)

10-449-102D1

Provides the student with an introduction of the federal and state standards that apply to safety and health. The focus will be on how to research and respond to regulatory standards. Using on-line and off-line resources, the student will respond to a series of selected questions about regulatory compliance. 23343 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21233 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Safety & Environmental Health (2 cr.)

10-449-120D1

Explores the things that individuals and society do at result in environmental health hazards. There is an emphasis on energy production and the risk associated with it. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 23357 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21241 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Safety Management (3 cr.)

10-449-101D1

Provides an introduction to occupational health and safety management principles. Topics include a history into safety and health management, ethics, interpersonal dynamics, prevention, response, and promoting safety in the work place. This course reviews the role a safety and health coordinator has in today’s workplace. 23336 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21246 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Safety Research and Survey (1 cr.)

10-449-107D1

Examines all aspects of a safety and health program for a specific industry. Students will develop comprehensive recommendations regarding safety and health for a specific industry. 21247 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $152.95 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Safety Risk & Prevention (3 cr.)

10-449-123D1

Provides the student with an understanding of federal and state regulations (EPA, OSHA, etc.) that have been developed to control the risk of environmental pollution and the potential for human exposure. 23362 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21248 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

FINANCE Credit Procedures (3 cr.)

10-114-115

Covers consumer and commercial credit management. It focuses on what the seller must know and do when using credit selling to produce maximum sales with minimum losses. Topics include types of credit, investigation and evaluation of risk, sources of information, decision making, and collection policies and practices. 20467 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

Financial Planning (3 cr.)

10-114-175

Approaches planning from the perspective of an individual who applies specific financial concepts and principles to setting financial goals, choosing a career, budgeting and cash flow management. Topics include credit, income taxes, asset protection, investments, retirement and estate planning. 20469 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

Financial Products and Services, Principles (3 cr.)

10-114-113

Covers financial institutions that offer a broad spectrum of products and services to government, businesses and individuals. It examines current financial products and services and gives insight into developing and promoting new products and services to meet customer needs. 20470 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 12:30-3:20 PM

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Money and Banking (3 cr.)

10-114-124

Provides a study of money and its creation, monetary systems, the operation of the Federal Reserve System, commercial banking systems and international monetary problems. It also examines the factors that determine the value of money and the operation of the banking system in relation to price level, employment, savings and investment, and economic activity. 20471 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

Stock and Bond Investments (3 cr.)

10-114-176

Provides an overview of the problems of investing; the stock, bond and mutual fund investment vehicles available; and the markets in which investments are traded. 20472 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 5:30-8:20 PM TxtEA

FITNESS, HEALTH & WELLNESS Aromatherapy & Essential Oils-Introduction

42-502-401

Focuses on the basic concepts and principles of aromatherapy and the many healthful uses of essential oils from aromatic plants. Students have the opportunity to prepare various personal and household items using essential oils. An additional supply fee is required. 22992 10/13 - 10/20 CLS Appleton Campus $24.63 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75

Aromatherapy-Advanced Concepts

42-502-402

Focuses on creating products such as therapeutic salves and other bees wax based products that are healthful. Participation in class requires an understanding of aromatherapy and the many healthful uses of essential oils from aromatic plants. Must have prior working knowledge of essential oils or completed the Aromatherapy and Essential Oils-Introduction class. An additional supply fee is required. 22993 11/3 - 11/3 CLS Appleton Campus $18.34 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75

Ballroom Dance, Advanced

60-807-622B

Gives instruction for advanced partner dance steps including the East Coast swing, jitterbug and cha-cha. Must sign up with a partner and both must pay registration fee. Ballroom/Social Dance or prior dance experience recommended. 23012 10/30 - 12/18 CLS Clintonville Rexford Gym $53.59 Th 6:00-7:40 PM (62+) $48.80 23760 11/10 - 12/22 CLS Waupaca Recreation Center $53.59 11/10 - 12/1 M 7:00-8:30 PM (62+) $48.80 12/8 - 12/22 M 7:00-9:00 PM

Ballroom/Social Dance

60-807-662M

Gives instruction for several partner dance steps including the waltz, polka, schottish, swing, fox trot and jitterbug. Other steps may be taught if time permits. Must sign up with a partner and both must pay registration fee. 23011 9/4 - 10/23 CLS Clintonville Rexford Gym $53.59 Th 6:00-7:30 PM (62+) $48.80 23759 9/8 - 10/27 CLS Waupaca Recreation Center $53.59 M 7:00-8:30 PM (62+) $48.80

Health and Wellness (3 cr.)

10-501-100DE

Describes the physical, emotional, intellectual, and social dimensions of health and provides tools to use in making life style choices for health and wellness. Topics include nutrition and diet, fitness and weight management, self-care and stress management, common diseases, prevention of common diseases and injuries, and aging. 22757 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Human Assertiveness (1 cr.)

10-520-100

Assists individuals to cope effectively with the conflicts experienced in daily living. Topics include fight/flight assertiveness, human rights, manipulation, assertive persistence, authority situations, equal relationships, social assertiveness, and work effectiveness and assertiveness. 21132 9/24 - 10/29 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 W 2:30-5:20 PM Txt 21133 9/24 - 10/29 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 W 6:00-8:50 PM Txt

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Low Impact Exercise-Arthritic Sufferers

42-514-402

Provides an exercise program designed for people with arthritis and or other chronic pain. Students go through a series of exercises and activities designed to increase mobility, maintain/increase muscle strength, build overall stamina and increase muscle function. Before any exercise program is started, participants are asked to consult their physician. 23058 9/2 - 10/9 CLS Chilton Regional Center $37.21 TuTh 2:00-3:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23074 9/2 - 10/9 CLS Chilton Regional Center $37.21 TuTh 3:15-4:15 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23059 10/14 - 11/13 CLS Chilton Regional Center $37.21 TuTh 2:00-3:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23075 10/14 - 11/13 CLS Chilton Regional Center $37.21 TuTh 3:15-4:15 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23073 11/18 - 12/18 CLS Chilton Regional Center $37.21 TuTh 2:00-3:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23076 11/18 - 12/18 CLS Chilton Regional Center $37.21 TuTh 3:15-4:15 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23753 9/16 - 11/18 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $37.21 Tu 7:00-8:00 AM (62+) $5.75 23052 9/2 - 10/9 CLS Hilbert Village Hall $37.21 TuTh 10:30-11:30 AM Sup (62+) $5.75 23054 10/14 - 11/13 CLS Hilbert Village Hall $37.21 TuTh 10:30-11:30 AM Sup (62+) $5.75 23056 11/18 - 12/18 CLS Hilbert Village Hall $37.21 TuTh 10:30-11:30 AM Sup (62+) $5.75

Muscle Agility-For a Healthier Life 1

42-514-405

Focuses on use of functional training designed by a personal trainer with the goal of developing lean muscle tissue to increase safety and ease of everyday activities. Each muscle group will be targeted for people exercising for the first time, those starting after an injury or years of not training. 23017 9/3 - 10/6 CLS Chilton Regional Center $37.21 MW 4:00-5:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23018 10/8 - 11/12 CLS Chilton Regional Center $37.21 MW 4:00-5:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23020 11/17 - 12/17 CLS Chilton Regional Center $37.21 MW 4:00-5:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75

Self-Defense for Women

42-308-446L

Presents self-defense methods designed especially for women. The techniques include throwing, gripping, kicking and punching. 22515 10/7 - 10/14 CLS Clintonville Rexford Gym $24.63 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM (62+) $5.75

Stress Management (1 cr.)

10-520-103

Focuses on the awareness of stress and how people respond to stress physically, emotionally and intellectually. Lifestyle stressors and prevention strategies are identified. Participants design a personal plan to assist in their stress-coping skills. 21158 11/12 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 W 2:30-5:20 PM Txt 21159 11/12 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 W 6:00-8:50 PM Txt

Therapeutic Relaxation-Yoga

42-514-403

Focuses on the use of yoga to improve chronic stress patterns in the body, to relax the mind and body, and to build muscle and joint flexibility. 23077 9/2 - 10/9 CLS Chilton Regional Center $37.21 TuTh 5:00-6:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23078 10/14 - 11/13 CLS Chilton Regional Center $37.21 TuTh 5:00-6:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23079 11/18 - 12/18 CLS Chilton Regional Center $37.21 TuTh 5:00-6:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23254 9/8 - 10/20 CLS Clintonville Rexford Gym $37.21 M 6:00-7:30 PM (62+) $5.75

Water Exercise

60-807-662R

Focuses on low-impact pool exercises to firm muscles and ease the movement of joints. The exercise routines are choreographed to music. 23031 9/3 - 11/5 CLS Chilton MS Indoor Pool $45.61 W 6:15-7:15 PM Sup (62+) $41.63 23021 9/8 - 11/10 CLS Chilton MS Indoor Pool $45.61 M 6:15-7:15 PM Sup (62+) $41.63

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Water Exercise-Short Course

60-807-662T

Focuses on low-impact pool exercises that are designed to firm muscles and ease joint movement. The exercise routines are choreographed to music. 23050 11/12 - 12/17 CLS Chilton MS Indoor Pool $29.67 W 6:15-7:15 PM Sup (62+) $27.28 23047 11/17 - 12/15 CLS Chilton MS Indoor Pool $29.67 M 6:15-7:15 PM Sup (62+) $27.28

Yoga, Mind and Body Relaxation, 15 Hour

60-807-611L

Focuses on yoga relaxation and meditation exercises, allowing participants to enjoy a total body experience. These exercises will be targeted for stress reduction and increasing flexibility and balance. Wear comfortable clothing. 22994 9/9 - 10/28 CLS Appleton Campus $69.53 Tu 4:15-5:45 PM Sup (62+) $63.15

47-316-430

Prepares the participant to renew his/her Wisconsin restaurant food manager’s sanitation certificate to meet the requirements of the Wisconsin Food Code. Students review skills, processes and their understanding of safe food preparation. They are advised not to take this course until there is one year or less left on the original certification period. Students are asked to bring a photo I.D. to class. (Formerly Food Protection Manager Recertification) 23579 9/8 - 9/8 CLS Appleton Campus $23.34 M Noon-4:00 PM (62+) $10.75

Food Protection Manager Certification

47-303-492

Prepares students to take a Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services sanitation exam in compliance with the Wisconsin Food Code. After passing the exam, students may apply for their Food Manager Certification. Topics include prevention of food-borne illness, health and hygiene issues, safe food handling, and proper food storage. (Formerly Sanitation Certification Exam Prep-Seminar) 23580 11/3 - 11/10 CLS Appleton Campus $30.92 M Noon-4:00 PM Txt (62+) $5.75 M 3:00-4:00 PM

FOREIGN LANGUAGE & GLOBAL STUDIES Arabic 1 (2 cr.)

47-802-401

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 22661 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $163.34 Flexible (62+) $150.75

Chinese Mandarin 1 (2 cr.)

10-802-160

Establishes a fundamental foundation in the Mandarin Chinese language presenting everyday situations. It focuses on vocabulary building, basic grammar, word recognition and usage, conversation, and understanding of culture and tradition. 20084 9/22 - 12/15 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 M 5:30-7:50 PM Txt

Chinese Mandarin 2 (2 cr.)

FOOD SERVICE SANITATION Food Manager Recertification

Arabic Online Language Lab Non-Credit

10-802-161

Builds on the fundamentals of level 1 grammar and communication and further develops learners’ reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Enables students to gain a deeper insight into culture and traditions. 20086 9/23 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Tu 5:30-7:50 PM Txt

Chinese Mandarin Online Language Lab Advanced (1 cr.)

10-802-160D4

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various advanced language levels. 20089 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Chinese Mandarin Online Language Lab Beginner (1 cr.)

10-802-160D2

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 20087 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

10-802-130

Establishes a fundamental foundation in the Arabic language presenting everyday situations. It focuses on vocabulary building, basic grammar, word recognition and usage, conversation, and understanding of culture and tradition. 20079 9/23 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Tu 6:30-8:50 PM Txt

Arabic Online Language Lab Advanced (1 cr.)

10-802-130D4

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various advanced language levels. 20083 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Arabic Online Language Lab Beginner (1 cr.)

10-802-130D2

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 20081 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Arabic Online Language Lab Intermediate (1 cr.)

10-802-130D3

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various intermediate language levels. 20082 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

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Chinese Mandarin Online Language Lab Intermediate (1 cr.) 10-802-160D3 Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various intermediate language levels. 20088 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Chinese Online Language Lab Non-Credit

47-802-402

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 22662 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $163.34 Flexible (62+) $150.75

English American Language & Culture Advanced (3 cr.)

10-861-106

During this class you will be working on the skills that promote advanced language abilities, i.e. speaking, listening, reading and writing. In addition, you will also be strengthening the skills needed to be a successful university student, i.e. note-taking, critical thinking and classroom participation. The course also provides an opportunity to explore American Culture through Multi Media (film, television, periodicals and music). We will be discussing class, race, education and gender roles in society. New students, prior to registration contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-236-6183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency in English. 22319 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 W 3:30-6:20 PM

English American Language & Culture Intermediate (3 cr.)

10-861-105

During this class you will be working on the skills that promote stronger language abilities, i.e. speaking, listening, reading and writing. In addition, you will also be strengthening the skills needed to be a successful university student, i.e. note-taking, critical thinking and classroom participation. The course also provides an opportunity to explore American Culture through Multi Media (film, television, periodicals and music). We will be discussing class, race, education and gender roles in society. New students, prior to registration contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-236-6183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency in English. 22309 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 W 3:30-6:20 PM

English Grammar Advanced (3 cr.)

10-861-112

Introduce high-level grammar concepts for the high level ELL students. Students will learn a sophisticated analysis of the grammatical structures of English. New students, prior to registration contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-236-6183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency in English. 22318 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

English Grammar Beginner (3 cr.)

10-861-108

Introduce foundation-level grammar concepts for the Beginner-Level ELL students. Students will learn to analyze and use grammatical structures of English. 22291 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

English Grammar Intermediate (3 cr.)

10-861-109

Introduce Intermediate- to High Intermediate-level grammar concepts for the Intermediate-level ELL students. Students will learn to analyze and use the grammatical structures of English. New students, prior to registration contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-236-6183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency in English. 22307 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

English Language Learning Methods (3 cr.)

10-861-181DE

Develops competence of language learning methodology. This course examines a variety of educational technologies and resources that will bolster learning in student-centered classrooms. Through interactive lessons and activities, students explore successful instructional methods to effectively teach grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, speaking, listening, reading, and writing as separate or integrated skills. PREREQ: 80iBT or 550 PBT (TOEFL TEST) for International Students. 22280 9/29 - 10/24 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

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English Language Learning Theories (3 cr.)

10-861-180DE

Develops competence of language learning theories. Students are introduced to the history of English as well as being exposed to world English education. The course provides activities to help students develop a foundation of theories and teaching styles. In addition, the course explores classroom management techniques and various learning environments. PREREQ: 80iBT or 550 PBT (TOEFL TEST) for International Students. 22279 9/2 - 9/26 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

English Learning Practicum (3 cr.)

10-861-182

Develops competence of language learning instruction. During the practicum, students observe professional instruction in environments such as Intensive English Programs, Adult Education, and Bridge courses. The course also provides a practicum of supervised instruction as well as a private mentorship which culminates into a portfolio containing lesson plans and feedback. PREREQ: 80iBT or 550 PBT (TOEFL TEST) for International Student, Corequisite: English Learning Theories 10-861180, and English Learning Methods 10-861-181. 22281 10/27 - 11/21 WRK Appleton Campus $419.85 Flexible Txt

English Listening & Speaking Advanced (3 cr.)

10-861-118

Provides comprehensive language training to English language learners while the course instruction focuses on advanced-level listening and speaking skills. Learners will improve their fluency through discussions and debates on a wide variety of topics. This class also trains learners to deepen their critical thinking skills and speaking skills that are essential to success in college-level technical programs. New students, prior to registration contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-2366183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency in English. 22314 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 22315 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

English Listening & Speaking Beginner (3 cr.)

10-861-114

Provides comprehensive language training sequence focusing on developing communication, writing skills, and cultural awareness necessary for English language learners to prepare for college level technical programs. Listening and speaking skills as well as study skills will be emphasized. 22288 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

English Listening & Speaking Intermediate (3 cr.)

10-861-116

Provides comprehensive language training focusing on further developing communication, writing skills and cultural awareness necessary for English language learners to prepare for college-level technical programs. Prepares students from an intermediate to advanced level of language proficiency. Listening and speaking skills as well as study skills will be emphasized. New students, prior to registration contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-236-6183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency in English. 22301 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 22302 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

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English Online Language Lab - Advanced (1 cr.)

10-861-189DE

Provides students with the flexibility of working at their own pace. Students will practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive, and visually engaging activities. The Online Language Lab effectively utilizes dynamic immersion to accelerate language learning which includes live, interactive coaching sessions with native speakers. The online activities also encourage students to interact and use their new language skills. New students prior to registration need to contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-236-6183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency level in English. 22284 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

English Online Language Lab - Beginner (1 cr.)

10-861-187DE

Provides students with the flexibility of working at their own pace. Students will practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive, and visually engaging activities. The Online Language Lab effectively utilizes dynamic immersion to accelerate language learning which includes live, interactive coaching sessions with native speakers. The online activities also encourage students to interact and use their new language skills. New students prior to registration need to contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-236-6183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency level in English. 22282 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

English Online Language Lab - Intermediate (1 cr.)

10-861-188DE

Provides students with the flexibility of working at their own pace. Students will practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive, and visually engaging activities. The Online Language Lab effectively utilizes dynamic immersion to accelerate language learning which includes live, interactive coaching sessions with native speakers. The online activities also encourage students to interact and use their new language skills. New students prior to registration need to contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-236-6183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency level in English. 22283 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

English Pronunciation Advanced (3 cr.)

10-861-122

Provides comprehensive language training in advanced academic writing, focusing on further developing communication, writing skills and process, critical thinking skills, and cultural awareness necessary for English language learners to prepare for college-level programs. Prepares students at the advanced level of language proficiency. Grammar as well as writing will be emphasized. New students, prior to registration contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-236-6183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency in English. 22316 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 F 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 22317 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 M 6:00-8:50 PM Txt

English Pronunciation Beginner (3 cr.)

10-861-120

Provides comprehensive language training focusing on further developing communication, writing skills and cultural awareness necessary for English language learners to prepare for college-level technical programs. Prepares students from an intermediate to advanced level of language proficiency. Listening and speaking skills as well as study skills will be emphasized. New students, prior to registration contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-236-6183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency in English. 22290 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 F 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

English Pronunciation Intermediate (3 cr.)

10-861-121

For those who want to learn English as a foreign language, students will develop and refine pronunciation to help prepare them for academic programs. Designed to improve vowel clarification, consonant reproduction, intonation, stress, blends and reductions. New students, prior to registration contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-236-6183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency in English. 22304 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 F 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 22305 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 M 6:00-8:50 PM Txt

English Reading Advanced (3 cr.)

10-861-127

Provides comprehensive language training in advanced academic reading for English language learners to prepare for college-level technical programs focusing on variety of reading comprehension skills, critical thinking, and vocabulary development. New students, prior to registration contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-236-6183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency in English. 22313 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 W 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

English Reading Beginner (3 cr.)

10-861-124

Provides comprehensive language training focusing on developing communication, writing skills, and cultural awareness necessary for English language learners to prepare for college level technical programs. Reading and vocabulary skills as well as study skills will be emphasized. 22287 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

English Reading Intermediate (3 cr.)

10-861-126

Provides comprehensive language training focusing on further developing communication, writing skills and cultural awareness necessary for English language learners to prepare for college-level technical programs. Prepares students from an intermediate to advanced level of language proficiency. Reading and vocabulary skills as well as study skills will be emphasized. New students, prior to registration contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-236-6183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency in English. 22300 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 W 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

English TOEFL/TOEIC Preparation (3 cr.)

10-861-131

Familiarizes students with the English language skills, academic skills and testing strategies necessary to prepare them for the TOEFL iBT or TOEIC. Reading, speaking, listening and writing skills are taught in the context of the standardized ELL tests. New students, prior to registration contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-236-6183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency in English. 22320 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

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English Writing Advanced (3 cr.)

10-861-137

For those who want to learn English as a foreign language students will develop the tools needed to write academic essays in many rhetorical styles such as comparing, contrasting, describing causes and effects, and analyzing and supporting arguments. Students will also develop and apply strategies for taking an essay exam. In addition, the course introduces how to incorporate paraphrases and quotations from other writers. Finally, students will complete a library research paper. 22310 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 22312 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 Tu 6:00-8:50 PM Txt 22311 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

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English Writing Beginner (3 cr.)

10-861-129

Provides comprehensive language training focusing on developing writing skills, communication and cultural awareness necessary for English language learners to prepare for college level technical programs. Beginning writing and grammar as well as study skills will be emphasized. 22286 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

English Writing Intermediate (3 cr.)

10-861-136

Provides comprehensive language training focusing on further developing communication, writing skills and cultural awareness necessary for English language learners to prepare for college-level technical programs. Prepares students from an intermediate to advanced level of language proficiency. Writing and grammar as well as study skills will be emphasized. New students, prior to registration contact 920-735-2443 in Appleton or 920-236-6183 in Oshkosh for an assessment to determine your proficiency in English. 22292 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 22296 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $449.85 Tu 6:00-8:50 PM Txt 22295 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

French 1 (2 cr.)

10-802-135

Establishes a fundamental foundation in the French language presenting everyday situations. It focuses on vocabulary building, basic grammar, word recognition and usage, conversation, and understanding of culture and tradition. 20090 9/24 - 12/17 IVC Appleton Campus $281.40 W 5:30-7:50 PM Txt 23437 9/24 - 12/17 IVC Iola/Scandinavia High School $281.40 W 5:30-7:50 PM Txt 23438 9/24 - 12/17 IVC New London High School $281.40 W 5:30-7:50 PM Txt 23439 9/24 - 12/17 IVC Shiocton High School $281.40 W 5:30-7:50 PM Txt 23440 9/24 - 12/17 IVC St. Mary Central High School $281.40 W 5:30-7:50 PM Txt

French 2 (2 cr.)

10-802-136

Builds on the fundamentals of level 1 grammar and communication and further develops learners’ reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Enables students to gain a deeper insight into culture and traditions. 20091 9/23 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Tu 6:30-8:50 PM Txt

French Conversation Advanced (2 cr.)

10-802-139

Expands on the fundamentals of level 2 grammar and communication and further develops learners’ reading, writing, listening and speaking skills in conversational French. Completion of this course will enable students to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively engage in communication. 20092 9/24 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 W 5:30-7:50 PM Txt

French Online Language Lab Advanced (1 cr.)

10-802-135D4

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various advanced language levels. 20095 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

French Online Language Lab Beginner (1 cr.)

10-802-135D2

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 20093 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

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French Online Language Lab Intermediate (1 cr.)

10-802-135D3

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various intermediate language levels. 20094 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

French Online Language Lab Non-Credit

47-802-403

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 22663 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $163.34 Flexible (62+) $150.75

German 1 (2 cr.)

10-802-140

Establishes a fundamental foundation in the German language presenting everyday situations. It focuses on vocabulary building, basic grammar, word recognition and usage, conversation, and understanding of culture and tradition. 20096 9/22 - 12/15 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 M 6:00-8:20 PM Txt

German 2 (2 cr.)

10-802-141

Builds on the fundamentals of level 1 grammar and communication and further develops learners’ reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Enables students to gain a deeper insight into culture and traditions. 20097 9/23 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Tu 6:00-8:20 PM Txt

German Conversation Advanced (2 cr.)

10-802-144

Expands on the fundamentals of level 2 grammar and communication and further develops learners’ reading, writing, listening and speaking skills in conversational German. Completion of this course will enable students to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively engage in communication. 20098 9/25 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Th 6:00-8:20 PM Txt

German Online Language Lab Advanced (1 cr.)

10-802-140D4

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various advanced language levels. 20101 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

German Online Language Lab Beginner (1 cr.)

10-802-140D2

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 20099 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

German Online Language Lab Intermediate (1 cr.)

10-802-140D3

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various intermediate language levels. 20100 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

German Online Language Lab Non-Credit

47-802-404

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 22664 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $163.34 Flexible (62+) $150.75

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Global Business Professional Capstone (1 cr.)

10-138-151DE

Review the key content and insights of the Global Business Professional seminars. Discuss practical applications. Share strategies for how to prepare for and participate in the NASBITE CGBP exam. A practice exam will be taken and discussed or participation in final capstone project. COREQ: Manage Crs-Cultural Rltnshps (10138140), Glbl Sales, Mrktng & Product Promotion (10138152), Glbl Operation Mgmnt (10138153), Glbl Supply Chain & Logistics Mgmnt (10138166), Glbl Trade, Finance & Banking (10138181); OR Glbl Business Prof (10138154). 23408 11/3 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

Global Business Professional Certificate: A 6-module Series (5 cr.) 10-138-154DE The Global Business series, an accelerated, online series, includes skill building and developing knowledge in five areas: Managing Cross-cultural Relationships, Global-Sales, Marketing & Product Promotion, Trade, Finance & Banking, Supply Chain & Logistics Management, and Operational Management. To earn the Global Business Professional Certificate, an additional course is required. 23407 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $746.75 Flexible

Global Understanding (3 cr.)

10-141-158 & 10-141-158DE

Develop global perspectives while acquiring skills to effectively work in global environments. Learners compare and contrast patterns of work related practices. Topics include the impact of geography, history, religion, and politics in shaping behaviors and social interactions like; non-verbal communication, negotiating, conflict management, team work, decision making and motivation. 20103 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 20102 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Hmong 1 (2 cr.)

10-802-147

Establishes a fundamental foundation in the Hmong language presenting everyday situations. It focuses on vocabulary building, basic grammar, word recognition and usage, conversation, and understanding of culture and tradition. 20104 9/25 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Th 6:30-8:50 PM Txt

Hmong 2 (2 cr.)

10-802-148

Builds on the fundamentals of level 1 grammar and communication and further develops learners’ reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Enables students to gain a deeper insight into culture and traditions. 20105 9/24 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 W 6:30-8:50 PM Txt

Italian 1 (2 cr.)

10-802-150

Establishes a fundamental foundation in the Italian language presenting everyday situations. It focuses on vocabulary building, basic grammar, word recognition and usage, conversation, and understanding of culture and tradition. 20106 9/22 - 12/15 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 M 5:30-7:50 PM Txt

Italian 1 for Culinary Arts (2 cr.)

10-802-149

This course focuses on understanding native Italian speech on a beginner level. Students interact on practical topics (greetings, introductions, discussing food and lodging, asking for information) and on a variety of situations pertaining to Italian cuisine culture, food preparation and appreciation). Students will begin a journey into the culinary heritage of Italy to discover the dishes, traditions, regional products and eating habits that make up the Italian cuisine. 20110 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 F 11:30 AM-1:20 PM Txt

Italian 2 (2 cr.)

10-802-151

Builds on the fundamentals of level 1 grammar and communication and further develops learners’ reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Enables students to gain a deeper insight into culture and traditions. 20107 9/23 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Tu 5:30-7:50 PM Txt

Italian Conversation Advanced (2 cr.)

10-802-154

Expands on the fundamentals of level 2 grammar and communication and further develops learners’ reading, writing, listening and speaking skills in conversational Italian. Completion of this course will enable students to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively engage in communication. 20108 9/24 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 W 5:30-7:50 PM Txt

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Italian Online Language Lab Advanced (1 cr.)

10-802-150D4

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various advanced language levels. 20113 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Italian Online Language Lab Beginner (1 cr.)

10-802-150D2

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 20111 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Italian Online Language Lab Intermediate (1 cr.)

10-802-150D3

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various intermediate language levels. 20112 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Italian Online Language Lab Non-Credit

47-802-405

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 22665 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $163.34 Flexible (62+) $150.75

Japanese 1 (2 cr.)

10-802-155

Establishes a fundamental foundation in the Japanese language presenting everyday situations. It focuses on vocabulary building, basic grammar, word recognition and usage, conversation, and understanding of culture and tradition. 20115 9/23 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Tu 6:00-8:20 PM Txt

Japanese 2 (2 cr.)

10-802-156

Builds on the fundamentals of level 1 grammar and communication and further develops learners’ reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Enables students to gain a deeper insight into culture and traditions. 20116 9/25 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Th 6:00-8:20 PM Txt

Japanese Conversation Advanced (2 cr.)

10-802-159

An advanced conversation course for students who wish to strengthen their oral proficiency. Students gain intensive practice in communicative skills through a variety of topics and issues from the contemporary Japanese society. The course also aims at reinforcing students’ proficiency level in the Japanese writing system, Kana and reviewing the intermediate-level grammar and vocabulary of Japanese. Japanese 2 or consent of instructor is required. 20117 9/24 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 W 6:30-8:50 PM Txt

Japanese Online Language Lab Advanced (1 cr.)

10-802-155D4

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various advanced language levels. 20120 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Japanese Online Language Lab Beginner (1 cr.)

10-802-155D2

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 20118 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

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Japanese Online Language Lab Intermediate (1 cr.)

10-802-155D3

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various intermediate language levels. 20119 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Japanese Online Language Lab Non-Credit

47-802-406

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 22666 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $163.34 Flexible (62+) $150.75

Managing Cross-Cultural Relationships (1 cr.)

10-138-140D1

Gain an understanding and appreciation of culture, in order to improve cross-cultural interpersonal interactions and communications. Explore the traditions, lifestyles and practices of other countries. Learn about the many components of culture, discuss several specific cultural profiles and develop skills to build successful professional and business relationships. 20712 9/30 - 11/4 HYB Appleton Campus $152.95 Meeting date(s): 9/30, 10/14, 10/28 Tu 3:30-5:20 PM Txt

Polish 1 (2 cr.)

10-802-177

Establishes a cultural and conversational foundation in Polish language. Focuses on vocabulary familiarization and building, correct word recognition and usage, communication on an elementary level and understanding of Polish culture and social structure. The application of these concepts in international work and educational environments is emphasized. 20121 9/23 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Tu 6:00-8:20 PM Txt

Polish 2 (2 cr.)

10-802-178

Builds upon Polish 1 by developing a cultural and conversational foundation in Polish language. Focuses on vocabulary familiarization and building, correct word recognition and usage, communication on an elementary level and understanding of Polish culture and social structure. The application of these concepts in international work and educational environments is emphasized. 20122 9/24 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 W 6:00-8:20 PM Txt

Polish Online Language Lab Advanced (1 cr.)

10-802-177D4

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various advanced language levels. 22672 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Polish Online Language Lab Beginner (1 cr.)

10-802-177D2

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 22670 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Polish Online Language Lab Intermediate (1 cr.)

10-802-177D3

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various intermediate language levels. 22671 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Polish Online Language Lab Non-Credit

47-802-407

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 22667 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $163.34 Flexible (62+) $150.75

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Portuguese 1 (2 cr.)

10-802-165

Establishes a fundamental foundation in the Portuguese language presenting everyday situations. It focuses on vocabulary building, basic grammar, word recognition and usage, conversation, and understanding of culture and tradition. 20123 9/23 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Tu 6:30-8:50 PM Txt

Russian 1 (2 cr.)

10-802-170

Establishes a fundamental foundation in the Russian language presenting everyday situations. It focuses on vocabulary building, basic grammar, word recognition and usage, conversation, and understanding of culture and tradition. 20125 9/23 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Tu 6:30-8:50 PM Txt

Russian 2 (2 cr.)

10-802-171

Builds on the fundamentals of level 1 grammar and communication and further develops learners’ reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Enables students to gain a deeper insight into culture and traditions. 20126 9/24 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 W 6:30-8:50 PM Txt

Russian Online Language Lab Advanced (1 cr.)

10-802-170D4

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various advanced language levels. 20129 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Russian Online Language Lab Beginner (1 cr.)

10-802-170D2

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 20127 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Russian Online Language Lab Intermediate (1 cr.)

10-802-170D3

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various intermediate language levels. 20128 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Russian Online Language Lab Non-Credit

47-802-408

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 22668 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $163.34 Flexible (62+) $150.75

Spanish 1 (3 cr.)

10-802-100 & 10-802-100DE

Presents an introductory approach to conversation using everyday work and social situations. This course provides students with the basic vocabulary, grammar, and cultural understanding needed for interacting with Spanish speakers at home and abroad. 20142 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 9:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 20144 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 20141 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20143 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 W 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20139 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt 20140 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

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Spanish 1 Culinary Arts (3 cr.)

10-141-100

An introduction to the Spanish language focusing on terminology as it pertains to communicating culinary and restaurant tasks. Upon completion of this course, the participant will have the basic ability to understand spoken Spanish, deliver basic job related commands, explain simple culinary/ restaurant procedures, and gain insight into culture as it relates to interacting with Spanish speakers. 20151 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

Spanish 1 Health Care (3 cr.)

10-141-110

Students learn basic phrases and questions necessary for health care tasks. Upon completion, the participant will have the basic ability to understand spoken Spanish, gain insight into cross-cultural issues as well as to express and obtain explanations of common symptoms, the nature and the duration of an illness and obtain patient vitals. 20155 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20156 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 10:30 AM-1:20 PM Txt 20154 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 1:30-4:20 PM Txt

Spanish 1 Law Enforcement (3 cr.)

10-141-115

Students learn basic phrases and questions to carry out law enforcement protocols. The participant will have the basic ability to understand spoken Spanish, obtain basic job related information, identify individuals, time and date of incidents, obtain descriptions, and express commands. 20152 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 1:30-4:20 PM Txt 20153 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

Spanish 2 (3 cr.)

10-802-101 & 10-802-101DE

Enables students to advance their conversational skills in realistic work and social environments while further developing cross-cultural insights needed for successful interactions with Spanishspeaking people both at home and abroad. 20148 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Th 9:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 20147 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20145 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt 20146 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Spanish 2 Health Care (3 cr.)

10-141-111

Presents more complex phrases, questions and in-depth vocabulary for health-related tasks. At the conclusion of this course, the participant will have the ability to understand more complex spoken Spanish, gain further insight into cross-cultural issues as well as to obtain information about more complex health symptoms and illnesses. Spanish 1 Health Care (10-141-110) or consent of instructor is required. 20157 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 10:30 AM-1:20 PM Txt 20158 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

Spanish 3 (3 cr.)

10-802-102

In this continuation of Spanish 2, students develop additional communicative and written skills in real-life situations and gain a better understanding of the Spanish-speaking cultures of the world in relationship to their own. 20149 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

Spanish 3 Health Care (3 cr.)

10-141-112

A continuation of Spanish 2 Health Care (10-141-111) presents increasingly complex phrases, grammar and in-depth vocabulary for health-related tasks. Students will understand and express complex spoken Spanish as it relates to health care, gain awareness of cross-cultural issues as well as obtain information about more specific health-related symptoms and illnesses. Spanish 2 Health Care (10-141-111) or consent of instructor is required. 20159 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

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Spanish 4 (3 cr.)

10-802-103

As a continuation of Spanish 3, students will continue to increase vocabulary, refine communicative skills, and further study cultural topics. Principles of grammar are systematically reviewed focusing on the use of the present, past and future tenses. 20150 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

Spanish 4 Health Care (3 cr.)

10-141-113

A continuation of Spanish 3 Health Care (10-141-112) presents increasingly complex phrases, grammar and vocabulary. Students will understand and express more complex health-related Spanish including identifying more symptoms and illnesses and further study of cross-cultural topics. A capstone course which focuses on practice and application of concepts learned in Spanish Health Care 1-3. Spanish 3 Health Care (10-141-112) or consent of instructor is required. 20160 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

Spanish for True Beginners (1 cr.)

10-802-106

Teaches the basics of meeting and greeting, pronunciation and fundamentals of Spanish sentence structure. Useful words and expressions will boost ability and confidence to communicate in Spanish. Culturally relevant topics will be covered. No previous Spanish language experience needed. 20136 9/4 - 10/16 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 Th 4:30-6:35 PM 20137 10/23 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 Th 4:30-6:35 PM

Spanish Online Language Lab Advanced (1 cr.)

10-802-109DE

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various advanced language levels. 20133 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Spanish Online Language Lab Beginner (1 cr.)

10-802-107DE

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 20131 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Spanish Online Language Lab Intermediate (1 cr.)

10-802-108DE

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various intermediate language levels. 20132 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $287.95 Flexible Txt

Spanish Online Language Lab Non-Credit

47-802-409

Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging language learning. This flexible online course effectively utilizes technology to accelerate language learning. Interact with a native speaking language coach, play games, and download optional mobile apps to reinforce learning on the go. Accommodates various beginning language levels. 22669 9/22 - 12/19 ONL Online/Internet $163.34 Flexible (62+) $150.75

Spanish Written Com for Native Speakers of Spanish (3 cr.)

10-802-113

This course is designed for native Spanish speakers to learn and develop foundational skills in Spanish grammar and writing to improve their writing proficiency and to prepare them for utilizing their Spanish language skills for academic and professional purposes. 20138 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

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FOREIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETATION

Medical Law, Ethics & Profess (2 cr.)

Fundamentals of Translation & Interpretation (3 cr.)

10-141-150DE

This online course provides an introductory study to the theory of translation and interpretation as a framework and foundation for practice. Discusses interpretation as a communicative process, and analyzes various text types: their understanding and translation from a source into a target language. Near-native fluency in English and Spanish required. 20134 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

HEALTH CARE Body Structure and Function (2 cr.)

10-501-153 & 10-501-153DE

Introduces the basic normal anatomy and physiology of the human body essential for nursing practice. Medical terminology is introduced and plays a significant role in the course. Medical Terminology (10-501-101) is recommended but not required. 21125 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 M 9:00-11:00 AM Txt 21126 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 M 11:30 AM-1:30 PM Txt 21127 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt 21128 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt

Developmental Disabilities, Introduction to (2 cr.)

10-545-100

Discusses the nature of the developmentally disabled population. A brief history of program development and government involvement is covered. In addition, an overview of the roles and responsibilities of developmental disability service providers is included. 21129 10/16 - 12/18 ACC Appleton Campus $281.40 Th 5:30-8:30 PM Txt

Healing the Dying (1 cr.)

10-501-150DE

Provides practical guidance in the care of the dying person for professional health and social care providers. 21752 9/2 - 10/24 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

Health Careers, Introduction to (1 cr.)

10-501-190DE

Examines health-related careers. Educational preparation, job responsibilities and appropriate personal attributes will be surveyed in order to assist participants in career decision planning. Health career programs which Fox Valley Technical College offers will be highlighted. 21130 9/8 - 10/17 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt 21131 11/3 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

Holistic Health for Health Care Providers (1 cr.)

10-501-106DE

Introduces health care providers to the concept of holistic health practices. Analyzes holism and the holistic model for health care. Relates concepts to the health care provider as an instrument of healing. Explores the dialectic relationship of health-wellness-disease illness. Selected holistic modalities, therapies, and healing arts will be explored. 21753 10/27 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

Human Diseases for Health Care Professions (3 cr.) 10-501-182 & 10-501-182DE Focuses on the common diseases of each body system as encountered in all types of health care settings by health information professionals. Emphasis is placed on understanding the etiology (cause), signs and symptoms, diagnostic tests, and treatment (including pharmacologic) of each disease. 21254 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 8:00-11:00 AM Txt 21256 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 11:30 AM-2:30 PM Txt 21259 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt 21261 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

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10-501-109 & 10-501-109DE

Prepares students to display professionalism and perform within ethical and legal boundaries in the health care setting. Students maintain confidentiality, examine legal aspects of the medical record, perform risk management procedures, and examine legal and bioethical issues. 21135 9/2 - 11/18 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Tu 9:30 AM-12:30 PM Txt 21145 9/3 - 11/19 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 W Noon-3:00 PM Txt 21137 9/2 - 11/21 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt 21139 9/2 - 11/21 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt 21141 9/2 - 11/21 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt

Medical Terminology (3 cr.)

10-501-101 & 10-501-101DE

Focuses on the component parts of medical terms: prefixes, suffixes and word roots. Students practice formation, analysis and reconstruction of terms. Emphasis on spelling, definition and pronunciation. Introduction to operative, diagnostic, therapeutic and symptomatic terminology of all body systems, as well as systemic and surgical terminology. 20846 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 8:00-11:00 AM Txt 20847 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 8:00-11:00 AM Txt 20849 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 11:30 AM-2:30 PM Txt 20850 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 11:30 AM-2:30 PM Txt 20854 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 9/2 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 9/2 - 12/16 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM 9/16 - 12/16 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM 21149 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt 21151 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Nursing Assistant (3 cr.)

30-543-300

Prepares learners for entry-level employment as assistants to a licensed nurse in a hospital, nursing home, home health agency or community-based residential facility. Covers simple nursing tasks such as bathing and feeding patients, making beds and taking vital signs. PREREQ: Active in Nursing Assistant plan. After successful completion of the program, students will be eligible to take the WI certification exam and be placed on the WI Nursing Assistant Registry. Classes offered in Appleton, Oshkosh, Chilton, Clintonville and Waupaca. For more information, call the location nearest you for more information (see page 2 for phone numbers).

People Skills for Health Professionals (1 cr.)

10-501-151D1

Explores professional/social interaction skills required for healthcare workers. Investigates values, ethical dilemmas, helping roles, assertiveness skills, communication with special populations, death/dying issues and stress management interventions. Participate in reflective self-study group discussions and service learning experiences. Develop a professional portfolio for future employment use. 21155 9/2 - 10/22 HYB Appleton Campus $152.95 Meeting date(s): 9/10, 10/22 W 9:00-11:00 AM Txt 21156 10/29 - 12/17 HYB Appleton Campus $152.95 Meeting date(s): 11/5, 12/17 W 9:00-11:00 AM Txt

Physical Aspects of Aging (1 cr.)

10-544-161DE

Focuses on understanding the physical aspects of the aging process that are associated with elderly populations. Topics include hearing loss, visual impairments, mobility issues and specific diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, stroke, arthritis and diabetes. 21161 9/2 - 10/3 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

Prevention/Safety Concerns for the Elderly (1 cr.)

10-544-165DE

Introduces environmental concerns such as protection from fire, prevention of falls, and medical concerns such as medication management and care provider issues. This is designed for people who are addressing the safety concerns of older adults. 21162 10/6 - 11/7 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

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Public Policy and Aging (1 cr.)

10-544-163DE

Introduces such concepts as elder law, advanced directives and funding sources including Medicare and Social Security. Students review federal, state and professional rights and responsibilities associated with working with an elderly population. 21164 11/10 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

42-308-403

Focuses on issues that confront families or individuals when caring for someone such as an aging parent or chronically ill spouse or child. Examples of topics include information on available housing and support services, financial and legal considerations, handling the care giving stress, and adjusting to changing family dynamics. 22351 9/12 - 9/12 CLS Clintonville Erickson Home $18.34 F 9:00 AM-Noon (62+) $5.75

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY See:

Computer Networking Computer Programming Computer Related Computer Support

Advanced CAD (2 cr.)

10-304-161

Emphasis on the use of CAD (Computer Aided Design) as a means of determining project and client needs. Production of both two- and three-dimensional drawings will be used in the construction and presentation phases of the project. PREREQ: Commercial CAD (10-304-124 or 10-304-128). 21510 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $283.40 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

Advanced Kitchen & Bath Design (3 cr.)

10-304-154

Demonstrates knowledge of standard building terms, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, heating and cooling systems. Students will become aware of communication with the trades, building changes as they relate to cost and specify materials to satisfy design criteria. 21532 9/2 - 10/21 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt

Drafting Skills for Interiors (3 cr.)

10-304-167

Introduces the techniques and language of architectural drafting and construction. Basic floor plan and elevation drafting is practiced. 21535 9/5 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 F 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt

Feng Shui-Introduction

INTERIOR DESIGN

10-304-128

Introduces the principles of computer-aided design and planning. Students develop floor plans and design workstations and open office systems. PREREQ: Drafting for Interior Design (10-304-131) OR Drafting Skills for Interiors (10-304-167) OR are not currently pursuing a degree. 21530 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 M 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

Construction Applications - Mechanical & Lighting (3 cr.)

HOME & FAMILY LIFE Family Care Giving Issues

Commercial CAD (2 cr.)

42-304-421A

Introduces concepts of feng shui, the Chinese art of improving energy flow for better balance/ harmony. This holistic approach to intentional living incorporates intuition applied to design techniques. Students will be exposed to a new perspective on creating beauty and a sense of wellness at home, work and in life. 23769 8/10 - 12/31 CLS Appleton Campus $18.34 10/22 W 6:00-8:00 PM (62+) $5.75 23768 10/8 - 10/8 CLS Appleton Campus $18.34 W 6:00-8:00 PM (62+) $5.75

10-304-156

Approaches solutions to advanced knowledge of NKBA Planning Guidelines. Course work will include universal design projects, mastery of solving problems, developing concept and theme design, producing professional working documents according to the NKBA Graphic and Presentation Standards. Students will produce floor plans, elevations, mechanical and construction drawings. PREREQ: Basic Kitchen & Bath (10-304-153). 21520 9/5 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 F 12:30-4:20 PM Txt

Basic Interior Design (3 cr.)

10-304-125

Focuses on the basic elements, materials, and mathematics of interior design. Topics include furniture arranging and the treatment of windows, walls and floors. 21522 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 W 12:30-4:20 PM Txt

Basic Kitchen and Bath (3 cr.)

10-304-153

Provides students with the understanding of design elements and principles for kitchen and bath, including functions of the kitchen and bath as it relates to the house and its occupants. Application and knowledge of the NKBA Planning Guidelines, including assessment, measurement, product selection and communication of design will be introduced and applied to projects. PREREQ: Drafting for Interior Design (10-304-131) OR Drafting Skills for Interiors (10-304-167). 21521 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 Th 12:30-4:20 PM Txt

Business Procedures for Designers (3 cr.)

10-304-155

Includes demonstration of ethical business practices, including the NKBA standards of conduct and NKBA business contracts, business tools and forms. Students will have an understanding of management policies, including profit margin, business plan development, HR practices, marketing and advertising. 21526 10/28 - 12/16 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt

Color Theory (3 cr.)

10-304-127

Explores the basic principles of color. Color harmonies are correlated with practical problems as they apply to interior design. Students present their plans, selection of furnishings and colors for group discussion and critique. 21528 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 M 12:30-4:20 PM Txt Just want to take one or two classes? You’ve come to the right place.

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Flooring (1 cr.)

10-304-152

Helps the student with a special interest in carpet and flooring gain a further knowledge of flooring types and materials. Students practice planning layouts effectively and accurately. Selling tips are discussed. 21540 9/2 - 10/28 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 Tu 8:30-10:20 AM Txt

Fundamentals of Design (3 cr.)

10-304-110

Provides a foundation in the principles and elements of design. The understanding of good design, taste and creativity is stressed in student projects. Students use their projects in a design show. 21543 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 Tu 12:30-4:20 PM Txt

Furnishings & Materials - Commercial Design (1 cr.)

10-304-162

Selection and presentation of furnishings and materials for commercial interiors are explored. These selections are based on projects where client requests, aesthetics, equipment technology and physical space are factors. PREREQ: Commercial Design (10-304-123) OR Intro to Commercial Design (10-304-174); Commercial CAD (10-304-124 or 10-304-128). 21554 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $142.95 W 12:30-1:50 PM Txt

History of Furniture (3 cr.)

10-304-144

Examines the history of art, architecture and furnishings from early Egypt through the Western World of the 20th century. Special attention is given to European court styles and the decorative arts of Colonial America. 21685 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

Home Furnishings, Lampshade Making

42-304-420D

Focuses on how to restore an existing lampshade or create a new lampshade with all new materials. Sewing, lining, pleating, shearing, edging and appliqueing techniques are taught. 23731 11/10 - 12/15 CLS Waupaca High School $62.38 11/10 - 11/17 M 5:30-8:30 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 12/1 - 12/15 M 5:30-9:30 PM

Interior Design Study Tour (1 cr.)

10-304-107

Increases the students’ awareness and appreciation of furnishings, design, architecture and the arts. Students view furnishing collections and survey and study architectural details and historic sites. Additional cost of trip. 21686 9/8 - 12/15 LAB Appleton Campus $142.95 M 11:30 AM-12:20 PM

Perspective Drawing (1 cr.)

10-304-146

Introduces the theory of perspective drawing of interior spaces. Sketching techniques and perspective grids are used to create basic three-dimensional drawings of rooms. 21700 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $142.95 10/29 - 12/17 W 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt

Presentation Techniques (3 cr.)

10-304-166

Introduces the student to a variety of techniques used in design communication. The student will learn and practice perspective drawing, illustration techniques and board layout styles. Good interior design requires adequate and appropriate methods of communication and presentation. 21702 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 W 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt

Project Development - Commercial Design (2 cr.)

10-304-160

Management of the commercial project is emphasized. Communication with the client for data gathering, space planning, schedules and costing a project are stressed. PREREQ: Commercial Design (10-304-123) OR Intro to Commercial Design (10-304-174); Commercial CAD (10-304124 or 10-304-128). 21704 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 W 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

Reupholstery

42-304-415A

Shows how to select and prepare a chair for reupholstering. Students remove existing material and measure for new, and learn to cut, sew, apply fabric and rebuild springs and cushions when necessary. Permission for larger pieces is required. 23296 8/25 - 9/22 CLS Waupaca High School $109.14 8/25 M 8:30 AM-4:30 PM Sup (62+) $14.75 9/8 - 9/22 M 8:30 AM-4:30 PM 23297 8/25 - 11/3 CLS Waupaca High School $109.14 M 5:30-8:30 PM Sup (62+) $14.75 23298 8/27 - 9/17 CLS Waupaca High School $109.14 W 8:30 AM-4:30 PM Sup (62+) $14.75 23300 9/24 - 10/15 CLS Waupaca High School $109.14 W 8:30 AM-4:30 PM Sup (62+) $14.75 23299 9/29 - 10/20 CLS Waupaca High School $109.14 M 8:30 AM-4:30 PM Sup (62+) $14.75 23302 10/22 - 11/12 CLS Waupaca High School $109.14 W 8:30 AM-4:30 PM Sup (62+) $14.75 23301 10/27 - 11/17 CLS Waupaca High School $109.14 M 8:30 AM-4:30 PM Sup (62+) $14.75 23368 9/10 - 11/12 LAB Omro Area Community Center $109.14 W 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $14.75

Reupholstery-12 Hour Lab

42-304-415I

Builds upon the concepts covered in the 30-hour reupholstery course. It enables students to further develop reupholstery skills and complete unfinished projects. 23369 11/19 - 12/10 LAB Omro Area Community Center $43.51 W 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75

Reupholstery-21 Hour Lab

42-304-415K

Shows how to select and prepare a chair for reupholstering. Students remove existing material and measure for the new fabric. In addition, they learn how to cut, sew and apply the new fabric and also how to rebuild springs and cushions when necessary. Permission for larger pieces is required. 23304 11/19 - 12/10 CLS Waupaca High School $81.97 W 8:30 AM-4:00 PM Sup (62+) $12.75 23303 12/1 - 12/15 CLS Waupaca High School $81.97 M 8:30 AM-4:00 PM Sup (62+) $12.75

Sketching for Interior Design (1 cr.)

10-304-164

Drawing exercises will include various approaches to perspective. The visual learner will gain understanding of perspective through methods geared toward drawing what you see. The graphic or analytical learner will use a method of calculated use of points and lines. Timed exercises will be used to increase confidence in freehand drawing skills. 21706 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $142.95 Tu 12:30-2:20 PM Txt

Textiles (3 cr.)

10-304-129D1

Studies textiles as they appear in interiors, taking the student from fiber to fabric. Topics include fibers, yarns, fabric construction, finishes and decorating techniques. Emphasis is on selection, care, use and textile legislation as related to the field of interior design 21759 9/2 - 12/16 HYB Appleton Campus $455.10 Tu 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt

INTERPRETING American Sign Language (3 cr.)

10-545-116

Provides a foundation in sign language skills to facilitate communication with the deaf and hard of hearing. Pertinent issues are discussed to broaden an understanding of the deaf culture. 20811 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 1:30-4:30 PM Txt 20812 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-8:30 PM Txt

Signing 1-Deaf & Hard of Hearing

42-545-402

Introduces basic conversational and educational signs used to communicate with people who are deaf. Previous knowledge of sign language is not required. 21250 9/15 - 11/3 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $81.26 M 6:00-9:00 PM Txt (62+) $5.75

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LANDSCAPING & HORTICULTURE Aerial Tree Work Practicum 2 (2 cr.)

Irrigation Systems & Maintenance (2 cr.) 10-001-134

Builds on the knowledge and skills learned in Fundamentals of Aerial Tree Work, including independent study activities of a progressively more comprehensive nature. Students will assume roles of crewleader as they participate in tree pruning, rigging, hardware installation, electrical hazard awareness, aerial rescue, ground work activities, and work site management. 23221 9/6 - 11/1 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $296.40 Sa 8:00 AM-2:00 PM

Chain Saw Safety & Operation (2 cr.)

10-001-133

Will familiarize students with common chainsaw practices within the urban forestry industry. Personal protective equipment, safe operation, routine maintenance and common cutting techniques in accordance with current industry standards will be emphasized. Students will operate chainsaws in a variety of field exercises that simulate tree removal operations. Additional exposure to relevant pieces of industry equipment will be included. 22431 9/5 - 12/5 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $296.40 F 7:30-11:20 AM

Equipment Operation, Horticulture (2 cr.)

10-001-117

Teaches students how to operate a variety of landscape equipment. Hands-on training will require the students to acquire an understanding of the safe operation of equipment. Focus will be on pre-operation, operation, and post-operation procedures and skills. 21396 9/3 - 10/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $296.40 MW 8:00-11:20 AM

Fundamentals of Aerial Tree Work (2 cr.)

10-001-124

Introduces students to the basic safety requirements, equipment and techniques employed by arborists who work aloft. Topics include applied rope-and-saddle and aerial lift usage, electrical hazard recognition and common knots used in the industry. 22434 9/6 - 11/1 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $296.40 Sa 8:00 AM-2:00 PM

Horticulture Soils (3 cr.)

10-001-112

Explores the properties of soils and applies them to horticultural uses as a growing medium and as an engineering base for landscaping. 21424 9/2 - 12/11 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $444.60 TuTh 12:30-3:00 PM Txt

Horticulture Work Experience 1 (1 cr.)

10-001-141

Deals with independent horticulture/landscape work experience, which is planned with each student and FVTC staff. Department consent is required. 22438 9/2 - 12/12 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $142.95 Flexible

Horticulture Work Experience 2 (2 cr.)

10-001-142

A two-credit course that deals with independent horticulture/landscape work experience, which is planned with each student and FVTC staff. Department consent is required. 22437 9/2 - 12/12 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $281.40 Flexible

Horticulture Work Experience 3 (3 cr.)

10-001-143

A three-credit course that deals with independent horticulture/landscape work experience, which is planned with each student and FVTC staff. Department consent is required. 22436 9/2 - 12/12 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $419.85 Flexible

Introduction to Horticulture (3 cr.)

10-001-111

Provides an overview of the horticulture profession, including its role and importance throughout history. Current trends and career opportunities will be covered. Particular attention is given to horticulture crops, plant classification, their use, and the interrelationships between the environment, plant growth and plant development. 21423 9/3 - 12/10 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $444.60 MW 1:00-3:20 PM

10-001-118

Develops a basic understanding of irrigation design. The focus is on irrigation installation, troubleshooting, maintenance and repairs. 22433 9/3 - 11/19 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $296.40 9/3 - 11/19 W 6:00-8:00 PM Txt 9/6 Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM 9/20 Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM 10/4 Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM 10/18 Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM 11/1 Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM 11/15 Sa 8:00 AM-1:00 PM

Landscape Construction 1 (3 Cr.) (3 cr.) Covers site conditions, landscape tools, and design plan implementation. 21414 9/5 - 11/7 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center F 8:00 AM-3:20 PM

Landscape Design Fundamentals 1 (3 cr.)

10-001-181 $444.60

10-001-174

Focuses on developing a residential landscape plan using such outdoor room concepts as function, design principles and composition. The course also includes drafting, site analysis and graphics. 21416 9/2 - 11/25 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $444.60 TuTh 12:30-4:00 PM Txt

Landscape Modeling (2 cr.)

10-606-146

Familiarizes the learner with methods of modeling and material creation to build realistic-looking scenes for output to hardcopy and electronic data. The student will end the class with a final project of their own choosing, demonstrating their knowledge of the skills learned in this class. 22628 9/6 - 11/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $283.40 Sa 9:00 AM-1:20 PM Txt

Landscape Plants, Maintenance of (3 cr.)

10-001-170

Studies the maintenance and care of woody plants, including evergreens, vines, garden flowers, bulbs and nursery stock. Discusses pruning, training, fertilizing, watering, planting, physical and chemical control of plant growth, transplanting, winterizing, weed control and production. 21398 9/2 - 11/13 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $444.60 TuTh 8:00 AM-12:20 PM Txt

Nursery Management 1 (2 cr.)

10-001-136

Provides an overview of landscape nursery production and retail garden center operations. Special attention will be given to basic business strategies and fall-season plant management practices. 22432 9/2 - 11/25 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $296.40 Tu 10:30 AM-2:20 PM

Organic Lawn Care (2 cr.)

10-001-131

The study and installation of organic inputs for healthy lawns. Students will brew compost tea, make compost and operate lawn care equipment. They will develop a lawn care plan that will focus on sustainability and reduction of continuing inputs. 21415 9/3 - 10/22 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $296.40 MW 12:30-4:00 PM

Ornamental Plant Health Care (3 cr.)

10-001-113

Emphasizes identification of and control of insects and diseases, with a focus on plant health care and maintenance. An integrated pest management approach in diagnosing pest problems and the control of pests using biological culture, physical and chemical applications will be included. Calibrations, laws, regulations, safety and ecological impact are also covered. Training and testing for the Wisconsin commercial pesticide Applicator Exam Category 3.0 Landscape and Turf is part of this course. 21425 9/3 - 11/19 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $444.60 MW 4:00-7:00 PM

Plant Propagation (2 cr.)

10-001-108

Addresses production and propagation techniques for growing plants. Students will explore using a variety of equipment and methods. 21421 9/5 - 12/12 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $296.40 F 8:00 AM-11:20 PM Txt

Survey of Herbaceous Plants (3 cr.)

10-001-159

Studies commonly used annual, bulb and perennial herbaceous plants, with an emphasis on their use in the landscape, culture and care. 21426 9/2 - 12/11 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $444.60 TuTh 3:30-6:00 PM Txt

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Tissue Culture Propagation (2 cr.)

10-001-115

Teaches students how to set up a tissue culture lab and propagate plants, in vast numbers, using laboratory conditions. Class will propagate several types of plant material. 21419 9/3 - 12/10 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $296.40 W 8:00-11:20 AM Txt

Urban Tree Maintenance (2 cr.)

10-001-173

Addresses the art and science of tree pruning as the primary objective of this course. Young tree training and mature tree maintenance are practiced. Proper pruning cuts and techniques specified in the ANSI A300 Pruning Standard are taught throughout this class. 22435 9/5 - 12/5 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $296.40 F 12:30-4:20 PM

Woody Ornamental Plant ID (3 cr.)

10-001-158

Explains plant classification and identification techniques. Students will utilize these techniques to properly name and identify commonly used deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs. Culture and care will also be discussed. 22430 9/2 - 12/4 LAB Appleton Agriculture Center $444.60 TuTh 8:00-10:20 AM Txt

10-504-148DE

Studies issues relating to workplace violence, sexual harassment, employee theft, computer security, consumer fraud, business disaster recovery, substance abuse, negligent hiring and other relevant issues. 20276 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible

CCI: Basic Data Recovery (2 cr.)

10-504-179DE

Provides students with a basic understanding of how forensic evidence is recovered from a computer or similar device. Students will learn the necessary steps involved in preserving, authenticating, and analyzing data stored on computing devices, while maintaining the integrity of evidence found on these devices. 20277 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt

CCI: Computer Crime Investigation (2 cr.)

10-504-176DE

Provides students with the skills, knowledge and ability to conduct computer crime investigations. Students will learn investigative protocols that can be applied to various types of computer crimes, focusing on the collection of evidence to initiate a criminal prosecution. 20280 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt

CCI: Computer Crime Law (3 cr.)

10-504-177DE

Provides students with an understanding of the nature and application of laws related to computer crime. Students will learn and apply state and federal laws regarding criminal violations, the search and seizure of electronic evidence, and presenting computer crime evidence in court. 20279 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible

Community Crime Prevention (1 cr.)

10-504-190DE

Instructs subject areas that are frequently requested by neighborhood watch, service club and related community groups. Topics include consumer fraud, identity theft, sexual assault prevention, Internet safety, auto theft and travel safety. 20278 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible

Correctional Administration (3 cr.)

10-504-170DE

Teaches students the basics of the role of the administrator in a correctional facility. Topics include the role of the correctional supervisor, human resource management, strategic planning, policy development and inmate management. 20281 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Criminal Law (3 cr.)

10-504-900 & 10-504-900DE

Distinguish the roles of courts and law enforcement agencies; identify the role of law enforcement in American society; describe how professionalism and ethics relate to law enforcement; apply principles of critical thinking, decision-making, and problem solving; defend the importance of written agency policies; and distinguish between ministerial and discretionary duties. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 21187 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 21191 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 21176 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 21475 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

LEAN & SIX SIGMA Advanced Statistical Tools for Six Sigma (3 cr.)

LAW ENFORCEMENT & SECURITY Asset Protection, Principles of (3 cr.)

Introduction to Criminal Justice (3 cr.)

10-504-902DE

10-623-197D1

Covers a variety of tools needed to analyze and improve phases of Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control. Design of experiments, regression analysis and design for Six Sigma are examples. 22128 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22742 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Chilton Regional Center $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 20979 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Introduction to Six Sigma (3 cr.)

10-623-194 & 10-623-194D1

Explores the basic concepts needed to implement a Six Sigma approach in an organization. Major course topics include Six Sigma definition; impact of quality on cost, project selection, and definition; and process performance measures and Six Sigma roles. 22142 9/2 - 10/21 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 22119 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22738 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Chilton Regional Center $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 20995 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Lean Implementation (4 cr.)

10-623-113D1

Focuses on the implementation of Lean philosophy and the facilitation of Lean events including Value Stream Mapping, A3 management, Gemba walks, 5S, Kaizen, and other rapid improvement events. 22072 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $598.30 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22732 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Chilton Regional Center $598.30 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 20996 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $598.30 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Lean Six Sigma Project Application (4 cr.)

10-623-198D1

Covers the final phase of Six Sigma green belt certification. The project must demonstrate the mastery of all phases of the Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control process and completion of a project in the workplace. 22130 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $598.30 Meeting date(s): To be determined

22743

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Chilton Regional Center

$598.30

Oshkosh Riverside Campus

$598.30

Meeting date(s): To be determined

20997

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Meeting date(s): To be determined

Examines the general principles of criminal law and the elements of specific crimes in the resident state of the student. Students will learn to recognize when a crime has occurred under laws in their jurisdiction and determine what charge is appropriate. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 21477 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

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Lean Tools (2 cr.)

10-623-195 & 10-623-195D1

Introduces useful tools to use when implementing Lean in your organization. Major course topics include team building, lean tools and project management. 22123 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 23405 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22740 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Chilton Regional Center $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 20998 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Preventive & Corrective Action (3 cr.)

10-623-117D1

Focuses on development of preventive actions using a variety of quality tools to uncover true root causes of problems. Also deals with corrective actions such as nonconforming material identification and review processes. 22074 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22734 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Chilton Regional Center $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21000 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Quality Audits (3 cr.)

10-623-115D1

Introduces types of and reasons for audits. Students learn how to conduct an internal audit and to describe and apply various auditing tools and techniques such as checklists, interview techniques, record/document review, and tracing. 22073 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22733 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Chilton Regional Center $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21003 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Statistics for Six Sigma (3 cr.)

10-623-196D1

Covers tools needed in the measure, analyze and control phases of Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control. Confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, statistical inferences and measurement system analysis are examples. 22126 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22739 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Chilton Regional Center $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21004 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

MANAGEMENT Contemporary Business Issues (3 cr.)

10-196-108 & 10-196-108DE

10-196-110 & 10-196-110DE

Examines how financial information is interpreted and applied by supervisors/managers in planning and controlling business activities. This managerial accounting course emphasizes the budgeting process. 20721 9/8 - 10/27 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 M 9:30 AM-12:20 PM 20722 11/3 - 12/22 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 M 9:30 AM-12:20 PM 20583 9/8 - 10/27 ACC Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 M 5:30-9:30 PM 20675 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible

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Employee Relations (3 cr.)

10-116-151D1

Enhances the ability to understand and develop employee-focused programs, policies and procedures such as company orientations, formal and informal communications, employee recognition programs and community relations, complaint investigation and resolution, and disciplinary procedures. 20756 10/28 - 12/16 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Tu 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 10/28, 11/11, 11/25, 12/9

Employee Training and Development (3 cr.)

10-196-139 & 10-196-139DE

Identifies training and development skills through practice and skill-building activities. This course focuses on the role of training in the development of facilitation skills, using recognized training methods, and evaluating learning and training processes. 20734 10/28 - 12/16 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20673 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Employment Law (3 cr.)

10-116-150

Introduces employment and labor law. This course emphasizes human resource management and labor relations. It explores employment and labor and social issues in the work environment through the laws that govern the employer/union and employer/employee relationships. 20584 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

Exposition Management (2 cr.)

Provides the skills and tools necessary to enhance professional success related to contemporary business issues and challenges of a manager/supervisor. Learners will demonstrate the application of professionalism, business communication and ethics, conceptual skills, critical thinking skills and contemporary workplace issues. 20730 9/4 - 10/23 ACC Appleton Bordini Center $419.85 Th 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 20731 9/4 - 10/23 ACC Appleton Bordini Center $419.85 Th 12:30-4:20 PM Txt 20680 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Cost Controls and Budgeting (3 cr.)

Develop leadership skills with one of our many management classes.

10-109-112

Provides the student with an understanding of the growing role of trade shows as a source of revenue for the sponsor as well as an opportunity for buyers and sellers to interact face-to-face in an educational environment. Students create a request for proposal, identify contractors necessary for producing the show, and learn how to effectively interact and communicate with exhibitors throughout the process. 20549 11/4 - 12/16 ACC Appleton Campus $281.40 Tu 5:30-9:00 PM Txt

HR Aspects of Insurance Administration (3 cr.)

10-116-156D1

Identifies the varieties of insurance available to companies and employees and the trends in the insurance industry. Analyzes insurance cost controls and alternative solutions. This course supplements the Employment Law class by presenting the legal aspects of insurance such as policies, procedures, required forms and timelines. 20775 9/2 - 10/21 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/2, 9/16, 9/30, 10/14

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Human Resources Management (3 cr.)

10-116-193, 10-116-193D1, & 10-116-193DE

Covers the supervisor’s role in human resources planning. Topics include human resource development, employee selection, performance appraisals, compensation, training, labor relations, organizational productivity, motivation, teamwork and affirmative action. 20751 9/2 - 10/21 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 20752 9/3 - 10/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 W 5:30-9:20 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/3, 9/17, 10/1, 10/15

20755

10/29 - 12/17 ACC

20586

9/3 - 10/22

ACC

20754

9/2 - 12/22

ONL

Appleton Campus W 12:30-3:20 PM Txt Oshkosh Riverside Campus W 5:30-9:30 PM Txt Online/Internet Flexible Txt

Labor Relations (3 cr.)

$419.85 $419.85 $449.85

10-116-104 & 10-116-104DE

Focuses on labor organizations and relationships with management, government agencies and other organizations. Covers contract negotiations, the grievance process, arbitration preparation and labor laws. 20763 10/28 - 12/16 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20762 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Leadership Development (3 cr.)

10-196-190 & 10-196-190DE

Covers the supervisor’s role in leadership effectiveness. Topics include theories of leadership, development and implementation of teams, impact of leadership style, philosophy of corporate culture and leadership in the global marketplace. 20726 9/3 - 10/22 ACC Appleton Bordini Center $419.85 W 12:30-4:20 PM Txt 20727 9/3 - 10/22 ACC Appleton Bordini Center $419.85 W 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20671 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible

Managing for Quality (3 cr.)

10-196-192DE

Applies the skills and tools necessary to implement and maintain a continuous improvement environment. Each learner will demonstrate the application of a personal philosophy of quality, identifying all stakeholder relationships, meeting/exceeding customer expectations, a systemsfocused approach, using appropriate models and tools, managing a quality improvement project and measuring effectiveness of continuous improvement activities. 20676 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Partnership Development (2 cr.)

10-109-107DE

Learn how to analyze a meeting to identify sponsorship and fundraising opportunities. These partnerships build support for a meeting, increase marketing effectiveness and increase meeting profitability. 23171 9/9 - 10/28 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt

Principles of Budgeting for HR (3 cr.)

10-116-168D1

Explore and assess the financial information required to analyze and interpret financial documents pertinent to the Human Resource field. While an emphasis is placed on budgeting and the budgeting process, it is not intended to be an in-depth study of the accounting field. 20771 9/2 - 10/21 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/9, 9/23, 10/7, 10/21

Problem Solving (2 cr.)

10-196-131

Presents basic problem-solving techniques. Emphasizes the importance of identifying the real problem, identifying the causes, looking at alternative solutions, arriving at a solution and following up to ensure implementation. 20732 9/3 - 10/22 ACC Appleton Campus $281.40 W 9:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 20733 10/29 - 12/17 ACC Appleton Campus $281.40 W 9:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 20587 11/3 - 12/22 ACC Oshkosh Riverside Campus $281.40 M 5:30-9:30 PM Txt

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Recruiting and Hiring (3 cr.)

10-116-154D1

Focuses on recruitment, selection and hiring practices. This course examines what today’s workforce expects and how to efficiently use the recruitment budget. All steps of the hiring process are reviewed. This material supplements the legal aspects of the employment process. 20767 10/28 - 12/16 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 10/28, 11/11, 11/25, 12/9

Safety, Principles of (2 cr.)

10-196-121DE

Is an internet-based course covering the supervisor’s role in developing and implementing safety procedures and accident prevention programs in all types of work environments. Includes ergonomics, office safety, health care costs and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards. 20674 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt

Supervision (3 cr.)

10-196-191 & 10-196-191DE

Uses a practical approach to training people in the basics of supervision and management. This course emphasizes the application of theory and covers management functions, the skills needed to perform those functions, the history of management, contemporary management trends, ethics, communication and total quality management. 20718 9/2 - 10/21 ACC Appleton Bordini Center $419.85 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20715 9/8 - 10/27 ACC Appleton Bordini Center $419.85 M 12:30-4:20 PM Txt 20719 9/8 - 10/27 ACC Appleton Bordini Center $419.85 M 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 20716 9/3 - 10/22 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 W 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20588 9/2 - 10/21 ACC Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 Tu 12:30-4:20 PM Txt 20670 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

MANUFACTURING Fab Lab: Safety & Certification Series

47-623-412V

Is designed to connect people and your ideas to the world! You will create, collaborate, learn and build just about anything you can imagine. The Fab Lab combines advanced manufacturing technologies and electronic tools to bring your ideas to reality. 23691 8/16 - 8/23 CLS Appleton Bordini Center $299.00 8/16 Sa 9:00 AM-1:00 PM (62+) $261.24 8/23 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM 23692 9/20 - 9/27 CLS Appleton Bordini Center $299.00 9/20 Sa 9:00 AM-1:00 PM (62+) $261.24 9/27 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM

Layout and Sawing Operations (2 cr.)

31-409-317

Explore basic layout and measurement practices using both English and metric units. Exposure to woodworking machines designed for sawing with strong emphasis given to machining to specification. Develop safe and efficient machining habits associated with sawing wood. PREREQ: Admission to Wood Manufacturing Technology program; ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Arithmetic score of 46 or greater or completion of program prep courses. 23168 9/2 - 9/17 LAB Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $289.90 M-W 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Th 12:30-4:00 PM

Material Properties and Applications (3 cr.)

31-409-318

Introduce the physical properties of wood and related woodworking materials. Identify wood specie and the nature of wood. Explore adhesives and abrasives commonly used in the woodworking industry. Clamping techniques along with the use and identification of metal fasteners for the woodworking industry will be covered in this course. PREREQ: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Arithmetic score of 46 or greater or completion of program prep: Corequisite: Milling Operations (31-409-319). 23170 10/7 - 10/30 LAB Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $434.85 M-W 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Th 12:30-4:00 PM

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Milling Operations (2 cr.)

31-409-319

Safely and efficiently perform machining tasks associated with milling wood. An emphasis is given to the lumber milling procedures involved with converting rough lumber to material that is machined flat, square and to a specified thickness, width, and length. Exposure to the portable hand router and routing practices. PREREQ: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Arithmetic score of 46 or greater or completion of program prep courses: Corequisite: Layout and Sawing Operations (31-409-317). 23169 9/18 - 10/6 LAB Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $289.90 M-W 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Th 12:30-4:00 PM

Rigging & Lifting, Const & Ind Related (1 cr.)

31-462-301

Instructs in the proper use and inspection of hand rigging (chains and hoists) and power rigging (using cranes and special lifting equipment). The safe use and handling of wire and fiber ropes, chains, and rigging hardware are emphasized. Includes classroom and lab activities. 23541 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $167.70 Tu 12:30-2:20 PM Txt

Sanding and Panel Processing (3 cr.)

31-409-320

Exposure to machines used for panel processing and machines used in the sanding process. Safely and efficiently perform machining tasks on a sliding table panel saw. Use various portable sanders, stationary sanders, and the wide belt sander. A wooden toolbox will be built. PREREQ: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Arithmetic score of 46 or greater or completion of program prep courses. Corequisite: Material Properties and Applications (31-409-318). 23172 11/3 - 11/26 LAB Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $434.85 M-W 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Th 12:30-4:00 PM

Shaping and Molding (3 cr.)

31-409-321

Operate production style woodworking machines. Safely and efficiently perform machining operations on a gang-feed ripsaw, an S4S milling machine, a CNC mortiser & tenoner, and a 6-headed molder. Proper set-up and an in-depth exploration into the numerous operations that can be performed on a wood shaper. PREREQ: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Arithmetic score of 46 or greater or completion of program prep courses: Corequisite: Sanding and Panel Processing (31-409-320). 23173 12/1 - 12/22 LAB Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $434.85 M-W 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Th 12:30-4:00 PM

10-104-166 & 10-104-166DE

Examines the basic concepts and principles of sales as they apply to retailing. It includes wholesaling and industrial selling, the function of selling in business and living, careers in personal selling, requirements and rewards, buying motives, product knowledge, prospecting and approach, product presentation, sale closing, account servicing and handling objections. 20532 9/2 - 10/21 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 21012 9/3 - 10/22 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 W 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20582 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20533 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Marketing 1, Principles of (3 cr.)

10-104-151

Introduces modern marketing practices. The course examines the role played by marketing in society and covers consumer motivation, market segmentation, product development, advertising and channels of distribution. 20524 9/2 - 10/21 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20521 9/2 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 TuTh 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 20523 9/2 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 TuTh 8:30-10:20 AM Txt 20526 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MW 9:30-11:20 AM Txt 20577 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 MW 8:30-10:20 AM Txt 20578 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 MW 12:30-2:20 PM Txt

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10-104-113

Focuses on the skills and techniques necessary to conduct basic marketing research. It covers problem definitions, planning studies, use of secondary data, questionnaire design and development, instrument administration, and data collection and interpretation. PREREQ: Marketing 1, Principles of (10-104-151) or Marketing 1 (10-104-156DE). 20528 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20579 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

Promotion Principles (3 cr.)

10-104-147

Examines the theory, practice and management of advertising. Uses a comprehensive advertising project to simulate the decisions and practices made in the real environment. Topics include the development of an advertising plan, selecting the media, budgeting, and the relationship of advertising to the marketing problem and the marketing mix. PREREQ: Marketing 1, Principles of (10-104-151) or Marketing 1 (10-104-156DE). 20529 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 9:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 20580 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 Th 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

Retail Principles (3 cr.)

10-104-157DE

Develops the skills and knowledge necessary for entry into a mid-management position in retailing. The course analyzes the role and development of retailing, buying and selling, personnel, store location and layout, sales promotion and financial control. 20530 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Sales Management (3 cr.)

10-104-163 & 10-104-163DE

Gives a detailed look at the position of sales manager as an organizer, administrator and decision maker. Emphasizes the decision-making processes used in sales management. COREQ: Sales Principles (10-104-166) or are not currently pursuing a degree. 20581 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 W 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20534 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

MATHEMATICS College Mathematics (3 cr.)

MARKETING & SALES Intro to Sales (3 cr.)

Marketing Research (3 cr.)

10-804-107, 10-804-107D1, & 10-804-107DE

Designed to review and develop fundamental concepts of mathematics pertinent to the areas of arithmetic and algebra; geometry and trigonometry; and probability and statistics. Special emphasis is placed on problem solving, critical thinking and logical reasoning, making connections, and using calculators. PREREQ: ACCPL Arithmetic >= 65 OR ACT Math >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not enrolled in a program. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor at the first class. 21484 9/2 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu-Th 12:30-1:20 PM Txt 21489 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 21490 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 W 8:00-9:20 AM Txt 21491 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 M 1:30-3:00 PM Txt 21488 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 2:30-5:20 PM Txt 21483 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 21662 9/2 - 12/18 IND Chilton Regional Center $419.85 TuTh 3:00-4:20 PM Txt 21663 9/2 - 12/18 IND Clintonville Regional Center $419.85 Tu 8:30-10:00 AM Txt Th 4:30-6:00 PM 20292 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 MWF 9:30-10:20 AM Txt 21664 9/2 - 12/18 IND Waupaca Regional Center $419.85 TuTh 1:00-2:20 PM Txt 21665 9/3 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $419.85 MW 4:30-6:00 PM Txt 21492 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

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21493 21494

9/2 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22

ONL ONL

Online/Internet Flexible Online/Internet Flexible

College Technical Math 1 (5 cr.)

$449.85

9/2 - 12/18

IND

$449.85 Txt

10-804-115 & 10-804-115DE

Includes solving linear, quadratic, and rational equations; graphing; formula rearrangement; solving systems of equations; percents; proportions; measurement systems; computational geometry; right and oblique triangle trigonometry; trigonometric functions on the unit circle; and operations on polynomials. Emphasis will be on the application of skills to technical problems. This course is the equivalent of successful completion of College Technical Math 1A and College Technical Math 1B. PREREQ: ACCPL Arithmetic >= 65 OR ACT Math >= 18 OR Program Prep OR not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor at the first class. 21495 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $696.75 MWFTuTh 11:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 21496 9/2 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $696.75 TuTh 3:00-5:20 PM Txt 21497 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $696.75 MWFTuTh 7:30-8:20 AM Txt 21629 9/2 - 12/18 IND Appleton Campus $696.75 TuTh 5:30-8:00 PM Txt 21628 9/3 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $696.75 MW 4:30-7:00 PM Txt 21630 9/2 - 12/18 IND Chilton Regional Center $696.75 TuTh 3:00-5:20 PM Txt 21631 9/2 - 12/18 IND Clintonville Regional Center $696.75 Tu 8:30-11:00 AM Txt Th 4:30-7:00 PM 20298 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $696.75 M-F 7:30-8:20 AM Txt 20305 9/2 - 12/18 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $696.75 TuTh 1:30-4:00 PM Txt 20318 9/3 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $696.75 MW 5:30-8:00 PM Txt 20288 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $696.75 MW 8:30-11:00 AM Txt 21632 9/2 - 12/18 IND Waupaca Regional Center $696.75 TuTh 1:00-3:20 PM Txt 21633 9/3 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $696.75 MW 4:30-7:00 PM Txt 21498 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $746.75 Flexible Txt

College Technical Math 1A (3 cr.) 10-804-113, 10-804-113D1, & 10-804-113DE Included topics are solving linear, quadratic, and rational equations; graphing; formula rearrangement; solving systems of equations; percent; proportions; and operations on polynomials. Emphasis will be on the application of skills to technical problems. Successful completion of College Technical Math 1A and College Technical Math 1B is the equivalent of College Technical Math 1. PREREQ: ACCPL Arithmetic >= 65 OR ACT Math >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor at the first class. 21500 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MTuTh 7:30-8:20 AM Txt 21504 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M-W 2:30-3:20 PM Txt 21505 9/2 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 TuTh 6:00-7:20 PM Txt 21509 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 M 12:30-2:00 PM Txt 21511 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 W 4:30-6:00 PM Txt 21635 9/2 - 12/16 IND Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 21502 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MW 1:30-3:00 PM Txt 21634 9/3 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $419.85 MW 4:30-6:00 PM Txt 21636 9/6 - 12/20 IND Appleton Campus $419.85 Sa 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 21637 9/2 - 12/18 IND Chilton Regional Center $419.85 TuTh 3:00-4:20 PM Txt

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21638

Txt 20307 20300 20322 20321 20287 20284 20286 20289 21639 21640 21513 21514

9/2 - 12/18 9/3 - 12/22 9/3 - 12/17 9/8 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/18 9/3 - 12/17 9/3 - 12/22 9/3 - 12/17 9/2 - 12/18 9/3 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22

IND IND IND IND CLS CLS CLS CLS IND IND ONL ONL

Clintonville Regional Center Tu 8:30-10:00 AM Th 4:30-6:00 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus TuTh 1:30-3:00 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus MWF 7:30-8:20 AM Oshkosh Riverside Campus W 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus M 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Spanbauer Center Tu 4:30-5:20 PM Tu-Th 3:30-4:20 PM Oshkosh Spanbauer Center W 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Spanbauer Center MWF 12:30-1:20 PM M 1:30-2:20 PM Oshkosh Spanbauer Center W 1:30-4:00 PM Waupaca Regional Center TuTh 1:00-2:20 PM Wautoma Regional Center MW 4:30-6:00 PM Online/Internet Flexible Online/Internet Flexible

College Technical Math 1B (2 cr.)

$419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $449.85 Txt $449.85 Txt

10-804-114 & 10-804-114DE

Continuation of College Technical Math 1A. Topics include measurement systems; computational geometry; right and oblique triangle trigonometry; and trigonometric functions on the unit circle. Emphasis will be on the application of skills to technical problems. Successful completion of College Technical Math 1A and College Technical Math 1B is the equivalent of College Technical Math 1. PREREQ: College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113). 21516 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Tu 8:30-10:20 AM Txt 21642 9/4 - 12/18 IND Appleton Campus $281.40 Th 5:30-7:20 PM Txt 21643 9/6 - 12/20 IND Appleton Campus $281.40 Sa 8:30-10:20 AM Txt 21641 9/8 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $281.40 M 4:30-6:20 PM Txt 21644 9/2 - 12/16 IND Chilton Regional Center $281.40 Tu 3:00-5:00 PM Txt 21645 9/2 - 12/16 IND Clintonville Regional Center $281.40 Tu 8:30-10:20 AM Txt 23129 9/4 - 12/18 IND Clintonville Regional Center $281.40 Th 4:30-6:20 PM Txt 20308 9/2 - 12/16 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $281.40 Tu 1:30-3:20 PM Txt 20301 9/3 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $281.40 MW 7:30-8:20 AM Txt 20324 9/3 - 12/17 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $281.40 W 5:30-7:20 PM Txt 20310 9/4 - 12/18 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $281.40 Th 1:30-3:20 PM Txt 20323 9/8 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $281.40 M 5:30-7:20 PM Txt 20285 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $281.40 Th 5:30-7:20 PM Txt 21646 9/2 - 12/16 IND Waupaca Regional Center $281.40 Tu 1:00-3:00 PM Txt 21647 9/8 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $281.40 M 4:30-6:20 PM Txt 21518 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt

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College Technical Math 2 (4 cr.)

10-804-116 & 10-804-116DE

Included topics are vectors; trigonometric functions and their graphs; identities; exponential and logarithmic functions and equations; radical equations; equations with rational exponents; dimension of a circle; velocity; sine and cosine graphs; complex numbers in polar and rectangular form; trigonometric equations; conic sections; and analysis of statistical data. Emphasis will be on the application of skills to technical problems. PREREQ: College Technical Math 1 (10-804-115) or College Technical Math 1B (10-804-114). 21523 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $558.30 MTuWTh 7:30-8:20 AM Txt 21649 9/2 - 12/18 IND Appleton Campus $558.30 TuTh 5:30-7:20 PM Txt 21648 9/3 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $558.30 MW 4:30-6:20 PM Txt 21650 9/6 - 12/20 IND Appleton Campus $558.30 Sa 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 21651 9/2 - 12/18 IND Chilton Regional Center $558.30 TuTh 3:00-5:00 PM Txt 21652 9/2 - 12/18 IND Clintonville Regional Center $558.30 Tu 8:30-10:20 AM Txt Th 4:30-6:20 PM 20299 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $558.30 M-Th 7:30-8:20 AM Txt 20306 9/2 - 12/18 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $558.30 TuTh 1:30-3:20 PM Txt 20319 9/3 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $558.30 MW 5:30-7:20 PM Txt 21653 9/2 - 12/18 IND Waupaca Regional Center $558.30 TuTh 1:00-3:00 PM Txt 21654 9/3 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $558.30 MW 4:30-6:20 PM Txt 21525 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $598.30 Flexible Txt

Industrial Maintenance Math (2 cr.)

31-804-308

Focuses on a wide range of calculation skills using a scientific calculator with an algebraic-entry method. Topics include elementary calculator operations, scientific notation, formula evaluation, measurement systems, rules of estimation and right trigonometry. 21656 9/2 - 12/18 IND Appleton Campus $281.40 TuTh 5:30-7:20 PM Txt 21655 9/3 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $281.40 MW 4:30-6:20 PM Txt 21657 9/6 - 12/20 IND Appleton Campus $281.40 Sa 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 21658 9/2 - 12/18 IND Chilton Regional Center $281.40 TuTh 3:00-5:00 PM Txt 21659 9/2 - 12/18 IND Clintonville Regional Center $281.40 Tu 8:30-10:20 AM Txt Th 4:30-6:20 PM 20302 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $281.40 M-Th 7:30-8:20 AM Txt 20312 9/2 - 12/18 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $281.40 TuTh 1:30-3:20 PM Txt 20325 9/3 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $281.40 MW 5:30-7:20 PM Txt 21660 9/2 - 12/18 IND Waupaca Regional Center $281.40 TuTh 1:00-3:00 PM Txt 21661 9/3 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $281.40 MW 4:30-6:20 PM Txt

Introductory Statistics (3 cr.)

10-804-189 & 10-804-189DE

Teaches students to display data with graphics, describe distributions with numbers, perform correlation and regression analyses, and design experiments. Students use probability and distributions to make predictions, estimate parameters and test hypotheses. They also draw inferences about relationships including ANOVA. 23066 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MW 6:00-7:20 PM Txt 21527 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt 21529 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt 21531 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

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Math for the Trades (2 cr.)

31-804-307 & 31-804-307DE

Focuses on the math skills needed for various trades. Topics include arithmetic fundamentals, percent and proportion applications, the metric system, conversions, practical geometry, measurement applications, signed numbers and formula evaluation. Micrometer, equation solving and standard rule measurement units are included as needed. Scientific calculator use is introduced as needed. 21536 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 MWTuTh 7:30-8:20 AM Txt 21537 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 MTuWTh 9:30-10:20 AM Txt 21545 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 MThTuW 12:30-1:20 PM Txt 21548 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 MTuWTh 2:30-3:20 PM Txt 21552 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 M-Th 5:00-6:00 PM Txt 21667 9/6 - 12/20 IND Appleton Campus $281.40 Sa 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 21668 9/2 - 12/18 IND Chilton Regional Center $281.40 TuTh 3:00-5:00 PM Txt 21671 9/2 - 12/18 IND Clintonville Regional Center $281.40 Tu 8:30-10:20 AM Txt Th 4:30-6:20 PM 20303 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $281.40 M-Th 7:30-8:20 AM Txt 20314 9/2 - 12/18 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $281.40 TuTh 1:30-3:20 PM Txt 20326 9/3 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $281.40 MW 5:30-7:20 PM Txt 21673 9/2 - 12/18 IND Waupaca Regional Center $281.40 TuTh 1:00-3:00 PM Txt 21674 9/3 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $281.40 MW 4:30-6:20 PM Txt 21555 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt

Math w Business Apps (3 cr.)

10-804-123, 10-804-123D1, & 10-804-123DE

Covers real numbers, basic operations, linear equations, proportions with one variable, percents, simple interest, compound interest, annuities, applying math concepts to the purchasing/buying process, applying math concepts to the selling process, and basic statistics with business/consumer applications. PREREQ: ACCPL Arithmetic >= 65 OR ACT Math >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor at the first class. 21563 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M-W 10:30-11:20 AM Txt 21564 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M-W 10:30-11:20 AM Txt 21565 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MTuTh 11:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 21580 9/2 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 TuTh 4:30-6:00 PM Txt 21584 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 W 8:30-10:00 AM Txt 21585 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 M 12:30-2:00 PM Txt 21586 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Tu 6:00-7:20 PM Txt 21561 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MWTh 7:30-8:20 AM Txt 21562 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MWTh 9:30-10:20 AM Txt 21568 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MWTh 1:30-2:20 PM Txt 21570 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MWTh 3:30-4:20 PM Txt 21574 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MW 4:30-6:00 PM Txt 21582 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MW 6:30-8:00 PM Txt 21676 9/6 - 12/20 IND Appleton Campus $419.85 Sa 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

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21677 21678 20304 20315 20294 20327 21679 21680 21589

9/2 - 12/18 9/2 - 12/18 9/2 - 12/18 9/2 - 12/18 9/3 - 12/22 9/3 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/18 9/3 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22

IND IND IND IND CLS IND IND IND ONL

Chilton Regional Center TuTh 3:00-4:20 PM Clintonville Regional Center Tu 8:30-10:00 AM Th 4:30-6:00 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Tu-Th 7:30-8:20 AM Oshkosh Riverside Campus TuTh 1:30-3:00 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus MWF 10:30-11:20 AM Oshkosh Riverside Campus MW 5:30-7:00 PM Waupaca Regional Center TuTh 1:00-2:20 PM Wautoma Regional Center MW 4:30-6:00 PM Online/Internet Flexible

Mathematics and Logic (3 cr.)

$419.85 $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $449.85 Txt

10-804-133

Students will apply mathematical problem solving techniques. Topics will include symbolic logic, sets, algebra, Boolean algebra, and number bases. PREREQ: Pre-Algebra (10-834-109) 3cr or ACCPL Arithmetic >= 65 OR ACT Math >= 18. 23060 9/2 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 TuTh 10:00-11:20 AM Txt 23062 9/2 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 TuTh 1:00-2:20 PM Txt 23063 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M-W 3:30-4:20 PM Txt 23057 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MW 10:00-11:20 AM Txt 23061 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MW 1:00-2:20 PM Txt 23064 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MW 5:00-6:20 PM Txt 20293 9/2 - 12/18 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 TuTh 6:00-7:20 PM Txt

Technical Calculus 1 (4 cr.)

10-804-118

This course is an introduction to differential and integral calculus with analytic geometry, with an emphasis on applications. Topics to be covered include: techniques for curve sketching, conic sections and the general second degree equation, differentiation of algebraic functions, applications of the derivative, integration of algebraic functions, and applications of the integral. PREREQ: College Technical Math 2 (10-804-116). 21482 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $558.30 M-F 11:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt Also See: Program Preparation

MOTORCYCLE Motorcycle Rider Course - 16 HR

42-816-401

Learn the fundamentals of safe and responsible motorcycling including the knowledge and skills that lead to licensing and successful motorcycle operation. The course consists of classroom and on-motorcycle instruction, and is designed primarily for beginners, but experienced riders who want to learn more about safety strategies and tactics will also benefit. Students will receive a waiver that entitles them to a motorcycle license if they pass the skills and written tests. Students must attend all classroom and range sessions. Registration is online or in person only. 21933 8/15 - 8/17 LAB Appleton Transportation Center $258.16 F 5:30-8:30 PM Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Su 8:00 AM-3:00 PM 21934 9/5 - 9/7 LAB Appleton Transportation Center $258.16 F 5:30-8:30 PM Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Su 8:00 AM-3:00 PM 21935 9/26 - 9/28 LAB Appleton Transportation Center $258.16 F 5:30-8:30 PM Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Su 8:00 AM-3:00 PM

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Motorcycle & scooter rider classes: no need to take the DMV road test when you successfully complete this class!

Scooter Rider Course

42-816-402

Learn the fundamentals of safe, Scooter operation. Course includes the basic knowledge and skills that lead to licensing and Scooter operation on the roadway. A variety of learning activities including classroom and on-Scooter instruction on a paved area away from street traffic is covered. Students will receive a waiver that entitles them to a motorcycle license if they pass the skills and written tests. Student must attend all classroom and range sessions. Registration is on-line or in person only. 21939 8/15 - 8/17 LAB Appleton Transportation Center $263.16 F 5:30-8:30 PM Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Su 8:00 AM-3:00 PM 21940 9/19 - 9/21 LAB Appleton Transportation Center $263.16 F 5:30-8:30 PM Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Su 8:00 AM-3:00 PM

Transferring your FVTC credits to a four-year college has never been easier Affordable • Accessible • Convenient You can earn your associate degree at Fox Valley Tech, then apply your credits toward a bachelor’s degree. More than 30 four-year colleges accept a significant number of credits from FVTC associate degree programs. (920) 225-5992 • www.fvtc.edu/4year Need more flexibility? You can take your first year at FVTC and qualify for sophomore status at either UW-Green Bay or UW-Oshkosh with our 1+3 certificate programs. Call for details: (920) 735-5696 Fall 2014

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OFFICE SKILLS

Electronic Calculators (1 cr.)

Advanced Office Software Applications (3 cr.)10-106-128D1 & 10-106-128DE Focuses on advanced features and applications of the Microsoft Office Suite. Students will apply advanced software features to the successful completion of business-related projects and scenarios. PREREQ: Office Software Applications (10-106-121) or completion of Adv Office Software Applications pretest; Coreq.: Intro to Administrative Prof Careers (10-106-114) for Office Asst and Admin Professional only. HIT students do not need this corequisite. 20458 9/3 - 12/17 HYB Appleton Campus $455.10 W 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 21046 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Business Office Simulation (3 cr.)

10-106-110

Provides the opportunity for students to complete work-related business projects in a simulated environment. Students will demonstrate teamwork and critical thinking skills by integrating knowledge and software skills in word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and database projects. COREQ: 10-103-120 MS Office Suite, Introduction. 21223 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $425.10 Flexible Txt 20196 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $425.10 Flexible Txt

Business Relationship Development (2 cr.)

10-106-160

Provides students with opportunity to develop and analyze networking and business relationships. Includes examination of the networking process, tools to facilitate and enhance networking opportunities and networking communication development. 20461 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $291.40 W 1:30-3:20 PM 20941 9/8 - 10/27 ACC Appleton Campus $296.40 M 5:30-9:20 PM

Business Technology Essentials (2 cr.)

10-106-120D1 & 10-106-120DE

Introduces computers and information processing including terminology, hardware, software, networks, Internet, security and the computer marketplace. Major topics include how to effectively browse the Internet and use Microsoft Outlook’s electronic mail, calendar, contacts, tasks and journal folders. 20456 9/3 - 12/17 HYB Appleton Campus $303.40 W 9:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/3, 9/17, 10/1, 10/15, 10/29, 11/12, 11/26, 12/10

20231

9/3 - 12/17

HYB

Oshkosh Riverside Campus W 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

$303.40

Meeting date(s): 9/3, 9/17, 10/1, 10/15, 10/29, 11/12, 11/26, 12/10

21039

9/2 - 12/22

ONL

Online/Internet Flexible

Business Writing and Formatting (3 cr.)

$303.40 Txt

Improve Keyboarding Skill

47-106-416

Focuses on the improvement of keyboarding speed and accuracy through drills and practicing the fundamentals. 21238 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $68.68 Flexible Txt (62+) $5.75 21560 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $68.68 Flexible Txt (62+) $5.75 20216 9/2 - 10/24 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $68.68 Flexible Txt (62+) $5.75 20217 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $68.68 Flexible Txt (62+) $5.75

Intro to Administrative Professional Careers (2 cr.)

10-106-118DE

Provides hands-on experience and practice using a variety of business communication techniques providing students with knowledge, poise, tact and the skills to conduct themselves in the business world with confidence. Included in the course is The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People developed by Stephen Covey. 21034 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt 21036 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

10-106-114 & 10-106-114D1

Introduces various aspects of administrative professional careers. Explores a variety of topics including career expectations, future employment opportunities and current employment trends. 20450 9/2 - 12/16 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Tu 12:30-2:20 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/2, 9/16, 9/30, 10/14, 10/28, 11/11, 11/25, 12/9

20942

10/28 - 12/16 ACC

20412

9/8 - 12/22

CLS

Appleton Campus Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt Oshkosh Riverside Campus M 8:30-10:20 AM Txt

Keyboarding for PC Users (1 cr.) 10-106-108D1

Focuses on development of spelling, grammar, punctuation and formatting rules as applied to business documents in both print and digital mediums. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/English) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 20452 9/8 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $455.10 M 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 20337 9/2 - 12/18 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $455.10 Tu 8:30-10:20 AM Txt

Effective Business Practice (3 cr.)

10-106-119

Covers all phases of machine calculation with the fundamentals applied to business applications. Students work with a printing/display electronic calculator. The course is self-paced and emphasizes speed and accuracy. 21228 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21556 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22857 9/3 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21834 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20197 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20215 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21691 9/2 - 12/22 IND Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21828 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt

$281.40 $281.40

10-106-107

Introduces keying by touch. It emphasizes control of the alphabetic keys and the numeric keypad. Practice drills to improve keying skills are included. 21221 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21551 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22858 9/3 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21832 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20199 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20219 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21693 9/2 - 12/22 IND Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21829 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt

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Keyboarding Speed Development (1 cr.)

10-106-112

Focuses on improving typing speed and accuracy through the use of skill-building software. 21227 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21553 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22860 9/3 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21833 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20200 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20220 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21695 9/2 - 12/22 IND Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21858 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt

Meeting & Event Management Fundamentals (3 cr.)

10-106-140

Focuses on planning a successful meeting/event. Topics include conducting the planning activities, managing the finances, promoting the meeting/event, facilitating the on-site needs, analyzing contracts, arranging travel and transportation needs, and conducting follow-up activities while communicating effectively with all stakeholders. 20940 9/2 - 10/21 ACC Appleton Campus $425.10 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20459 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $425.10 MW 12:30-2:20 PM Txt

Meeting & Event Management, Adv. Apps (3 cr.)

10-106-180

Learn to create, market, plan and implement incentive programs and special events. Apply creativity to develop events with unique purposes and presentations combining elements such as site selection, decor, lighting, sound and entertainment as well as food and beverage to reflect the theme of the event. PREREQ: Meeting & Event Management Fundamentals (10-106-140); Marketing 1, Principles of (10-104-151). 20545 9/8 - 10/27 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 M 5:30-9:20 PM Txt

Office Desktop Publishing: MS Publisher (1 cr.) 10-106-102 & 10-106-102DE Develops skills for working with different types of office documents such as brochures, newsletters and reports. It introduces page layout, graphics and styles and fonts as well as the creation of letterheads, borders and logos. 21219 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21550 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22867 9/3 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21844 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20209 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20226 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21710 9/2 - 12/22 IND Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21881 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21023 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

Office Fundamentals (3 cr.)

10-106-166D1 & 10-106-166DE

Focuses on the development of fundamental office skills. Students will gain skill in general office duties, records retention and maintenance, application of office technologies, verbal and written communication, and customer service. 20462 9/4 - 12/18 HYB Appleton Campus $455.10 Th 1:30-3:20 PM Txt 21052 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Business Technology Centers (BTC) Open lab courses are for the motivated self-starter and independent learner. Look for IND classes in the Computer Software, Computer Software–Microsoft and Office Skills sections. • Orientation is required before beginning a course. • Depending on the course, 4-8 hours per week are necessary to successfully complete coursework. • Credit courses may be taken for credit/grade or audit. • In Appleton & Oshkosh, testing is available only during instructor-staffed hours; in Regional Centers, testing is available during regional center hours. Appleton Campus (Room A105) and Oshkosh Riverside Campus (Room 110) Please check online at www.fvtc.edu/labs for BTC hours of operation and instructor availability. Chilton Regional Center Clintonville Regional Center Waupaca Regional Center Wautoma Regional Center The Business Technology Centers will have instructors available during both day and evening hours to assist students. Instructor schedules will be made available to students during orientation. Please refer to the schedule posted at the center. www.fvtc.edu

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Office Software Applications (3 cr.)

10-106-121 & 10-106-121DE

Focuses on introductory features and applications of the Microsoft Office Suite. Students will apply introductory software features to the successful completion of business-related projects and scenarios. 21230 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $425.10 Flexible Txt 22855 9/3 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $425.10 Flexible Txt 21830 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $425.10 Flexible Txt 20210 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $425.10 Flexible Txt 21825 9/2 - 12/22 IND Waupaca Regional Center $425.10 Flexible Txt 21826 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $425.10 Flexible Txt 21042 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Practical Office Software (1 cr.)

10-106-183

Explore how to use Microsoft Office software in the office. Focus will be on basic features and concepts associated with the software. 21236 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21559 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 22868 9/3 - 12/22 IND Chilton Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21836 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20213 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20228 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21711 9/2 - 12/22 IND Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21882 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt

Presentation and Training Techniques (3 cr.)

10-106-178

Develops the skills necessary to prepare, support and facilitate business presentations and training programs. 20939 11/3 - 12/22 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 M 5:30-9:20 PM

Project Management for the Office (1 cr.)

10-106-137DE

Familiarizes students with software used to manage stand-alone projects as well as planning and tracking collaborative projects using MS Project. 21048 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

Publication Design (3 cr.)

10-106-164DE

Introduces basic design principles related to business publications. Includes examination and use of technology tools most commonly used for publications in a business office. COREQ: Advanced Office Software Applications (10-106-128); Intro to Administrative Professional Careers (10-106-114). 21051 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

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The Practical Internet (1 cr.)

10-106-133

Explore the basics of how to use the Internet as an office tool. Topics covered in the course include basic Internet connectivity; overview of Internet browsers; how to search for information using the World Wide Web; and the basic principles of conducting business online, e-mailing, instant messaging and handling photos. 21232 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21557 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21835 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20212 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20227 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21713 9/2 - 12/22 IND Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21886 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt

The Practical PC (1 cr.)

10-106-136

Explores the basics of computer operations, including installation of software, organization of files and folders, working with basic software, and identification of the hardware pieces that make up a standard computer system. 21234 9/2 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21558 10/27 - 12/22 IND Appleton Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21837 9/2 - 12/22 IND Clintonville Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 20214 9/2 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 20229 10/27 - 12/22 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 Flexible Txt 21719 9/2 - 12/22 IND Waupaca Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt 21891 9/2 - 12/22 IND Wautoma Regional Center $142.95 Flexible Txt

OFFICE SKILLS - MEDICAL Healthcare Law & Ethics (2 cr.)

10-530-178 & 10-530-178DE

Examines regulations for the content, use, confidentiality, disclosure and retention of health information. An overview of the legal system and ethical issues are addressed. 21134 9/2 - 11/18 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Tu 9:30 AM-12:30 PM Txt 21144 9/3 - 11/19 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 W Noon-3:00 PM Txt 21136 9/2 - 11/21 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt 21138 9/2 - 11/21 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt 21140 9/2 - 11/21 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt

Human Disease for the Health Professions (3 cr.)10-530-182 & 10-530-182DE Prepares learners to interpret clinical documentation that they will encounter in a variety of healthcare settings. Emphasis is placed on understanding the common disorders and diseases of each body system to include the etiology (cause), signs and symptoms, diagnostic tests and results, and medical treatments and surgical procedures. 21255 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 8:00-11:00 AM Txt 21257 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 11:30 AM-2:30 PM Txt 21258 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt 21260 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

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Intro to Medical Administrative Careers (1 cr.)

10-160-100

Introduces various aspects of medical administrative careers. Explores a variety of topics including career expectations, future employment opportunities and current employment trends. 20516 9/3 - 10/8 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 MW 12:30-3:20 PM 20570 9/2 - 10/9 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $142.95 TuTh 5:30-8:20 PM

Medical Office Procedures (3 cr.)

10-160-102DE

Emphasizes the principles of medical office procedures. Students will gain experience in understanding medical law and ethics, utilizing effective oral and written communication, and managing medical office procedures including appointment scheduling, patient reception and registration, medical records, medical billing, health insurance, business operations, human resource functions, and financial management. Students will also gain knowledge in locating and obtaining a position in a medical office. COREQ: MS Office Suite, Introduction (10-103-120). 20518 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

PHOTOGRAPHY Digital Camera Operation

47-103-412Q

Introduces proper techniques for capturing, displaying, manipulating and storing digital images from a film-less camera using consumer level hardware and software. Knowledge of a Windows operating system is required. 23415 10/7 - 10/14 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $24.63 Tu 5:30-8:30 PM Sup (62+) $5.75

Photography, Beyond the Basics

60-306-605V

Instructs those photographers having mastered basics of using a digital SLR. Covers advanced camera functions, lighting techniques, off camera flash and improved composition class assignments and class critique. Advanced image capture, resolution, compression, editing, workflow and storage will be covered. Digital SLR and basic computer knowledge required. 23416 10/21 - 11/25 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $77.50 Tu 5:30-8:30 PM (62+) $70.33

Photography-Basic and Artistic

60-203-600A

Teaches the beginner and amateur photographer the basics of still photography in helping understand the functions and capabilities of a digital or 35 mm camera. Goal is to take photos in a variety of situations and produce artistic, creative and fun photographs. Course is not geared toward completely automatic “point and shoot” cameras. 23558 9/15 - 10/27 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $102.77 9/15 - 10/27 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $93.20 10/18 Sa 8:30-11:30 AM 22382 9/15 - 11/3 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $102.77 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $93.20

Photography-Today’s Amateur

60-306-605I

Covers basic fundamentals including lighting, exposure, depth of field and composition. Geared toward the beginning to amateur film and digital camera user with a manual camera. Course is not geared toward completely automatic “point and shoot” cameras. 23767 9/16 - 10/28 CLS Appleton Campus $93.45 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $84.68 23770 11/4 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $93.45 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $84.68

PRINTING Package & Label Printing Hands-on Workshop (1 cr.)

10-204-128

Designed as a real world, hands-on experience, students have an opportunity to operate the College’s high tech flexo presses and Mac computer systems--the same equipment currently used by the package and label printing industry. Working in teams, students build a set of projects to produce a finished package. 23693 9/2 - 10/22 LAB Appleton Bordini Center $157.95 Tu 5:00-8:00 PM

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PRODUCTION ENGINEERING Fundamentals of SPC (2 cr.)

10-623-100D1

Introduces basic statistical tools and fundamental concepts needed to improve and control processes. Topics include the definition of statistics, the meaning of statistical process control, defining problems and setting priorities, predicting outcomes and estimating populations, and determining problem causes 22062 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined

22727

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Chilton Regional Center

$301.40

Oshkosh Riverside Campus

$301.40

Meeting date(s): To be determined

20985

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

Meeting date(s): To be determined

IE/ME Production Engineering (3 cr.)

10-623-103D1

Provides an overview of the functions of industrial and manufacturing engineering, stressing the importance of a systems approach in achieving operational excellence. 22066 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22728 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Chilton Regional Center $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 20989 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

IE/ME-Facility Planning & Material Handling (3 cr.)

10-623-112D1

Provides the student with practical means to use data to develop and improve plant and facility layouts and improve material handling methods that will yield higher production, lower costs, and/ or improve the quality and customer service. 22071 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22731 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Chilton Regional Center $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 20986 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Industrial Problem Solving (2 cr.)

10-623-174D1

Examines a variety of manufacturing scenarios posed as problems and uses the scientific method of identifying root causes and common analysis and solution tools to generate change. The philosophy, theory, and why major companies use and are advocates of Six Sigma will also be presented. 22118 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22737 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Chilton Regional Center $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 20991 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $301.40 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Interpretation of Engineering Drawings (2 cr.)

10-623-106D1

Teaches students how to visualize a three-dimensional part from a drawing, interpret dimensions and tolerances, identify symbols commonly used in engineering drawings, and use engineering drawings for comparison, analysis and problem-solving purposes. 22068 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $322.90 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22729 8/10 - 12/31 HYB Chilton Regional Center $322.90 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 20993 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $322.90 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

Intro to Project Management (1 cr.)

10-623-109D1

Presents skills and information needed for project management, specifically how to get the job done on time and on budget. Topics include the project plan and organization, creating the project task network, managing resources, project tracking, monitoring, control, and project closedown and evaluation. 22070 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $152.95 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22730 8/10 - 12/31 HYB Chilton Regional Center $152.95 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 20994 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $152.95 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

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Production Engineering classes keep your job skills sharp! Independent-study, flexible classes in lean/six sigma, safety & occupational health, quality assurance and industrial or manufacturing engineering. Please call for more information before you register.

21277 21287 21276 20818 21286 20819

(920) 735-4718 (920) 236-6144

Appleton Oshkosh

21270 21295

Manufacturing Processes (3 cr.)

10-623-148D1

Presents a comprehensive overview of the fundamental manufacturing process families. Learners focus first on how the processes move from a primary process of operation to the secondary process; then examine the tools and tooling used in manufacturing, forming, and casting techniques and their application, as well as material removal processes. 22075 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22735 8/10 - 12/31 HYB Chilton Regional Center $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 20999 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

QAT-Metrology (3 cr.)

10-623-163D1

Focuses on the science of weights and measures through description, selection and understanding of the use of and evaluation of measurement results of: hand & optical tools, gauges, coordinate measuring machine, electronic measuring equipment, weights-balances-scales, hardness testing equipment, surface plate equipment, surface analyzers, force measurement, angle measurements. 22076 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 22736 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Chilton Regional Center $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt 21002 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Meeting date(s): To be determined Txt

PROGRAM PREPARATION Introduction to College Writing (3 cr.)

10-831-103, 10-831-103D1, & 10-831-103DE

Introduces basic principles of composition including organization, development, unity, and coherence in paragraphs and multi-paragraph documents. This course does not count toward program degree completion. 21278 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 21280 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 21284 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 2:30-5:20 PM Txt 21288 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 21297 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/4, 9/18, 10/2, 10/16, 10/30, 11/13, 12/4, 12/18

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9/3 - 12/17 9/3 - 12/17

CLS CLS

21271

9/4 - 12/18

CLS

21282

9/4 - 12/18

CLS

21273 21283 21274 21269

9/5 - 12/19 9/5 - 12/19 9/6 - 12/20 9/8 - 12/22

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Appleton Campus W 12:30-3:20 PM Appleton Campus W 5:30-8:20 PM Appleton Campus Th 8:30-11:20 AM Appleton Campus Th 12:30-3:20 PM Appleton Campus F 8:30-11:20 AM Appleton Campus F 12:30-3:20 PM Appleton Campus Sa 8:30-11:20 AM Appleton Campus M 8:30-11:20 AM

$419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85

9/8 - 12/22 9/8 - 12/22 9/3 - 12/17 9/8 - 12/22 9/4 - 12/18 9/8 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/16 9/2 - 12/22

CLS CLS CLS IVC CLS IVC CLS HYB

Appleton Campus M 12:30-3:20 PM Appleton Campus M 5:30-8:20 PM Chilton Regional Center W Noon-3:00 PM Chilton Regional Center M 8:30-11:20 AM Clintonville Regional Center Th 5:00-8:00 PM Clintonville Regional Center M 8:30-11:20 AM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Oshkosh Riverside Campus F 8:30-11:20 AM

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Meeting date(s): 9/5, 9/19, 10/3, 10/17, 10/31, 11/14, 12/12

21272 21290 21279 20817 21285 20820 21291 21292

9/4 - 12/18 9/4 - 12/18 9/8 - 12/22 9/8 - 12/22 9/3 - 12/17 9/8 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22

CLS CLS CLS IVC CLS IVC ONL ONL

Oshkosh Riverside Campus Th 8:30-11:20 AM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Th 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus M 12:30-3:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus M 8:30-11:20 AM Waupaca Regional Center W 5:00-8:00 PM Waupaca Regional Center M 8:30-11:20 AM Online/Internet Flexible Online/Internet Flexible

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Introduction to Reading and Study Skills (3 cr.) 10-838-105 & 10-838-105D1 Provides learners with opportunities to develop study skills and expand reading skills including comprehension, fluency and vocabulary skills. Learners apply reading skills to academic tasks and read to acquire information from a variety of sources. This course does not count toward program degree completion. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 41 OR ACT Read >= 14 OR Not pursuing a degree. 21417 9/3 - 10/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MW 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 21418 9/5 - 10/24 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 21422 9/2 - 10/23 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 TuTh 9:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 21420 9/3 - 10/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 W 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

Introduction to Reading and Study Skills (3 cr.)

10-838-105A

Provides learners with opportunities to develop study skills and expand reading skills including comprehension, fluency and vocabulary skills. Learners apply reading skills to academic tasks and read to acquire information from a variety of sources. This course does not count toward program degree completion. 21429 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 21431 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

Program Prep Courses If you need to work on math, sentence skills, and/or reading, Program Preparation courses will help build your academic skills to be successful in your program courses.

Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt

Program Prep courses are based on your individual needs and program selection. www.fvtc.edu/programprep or (920) 735-5692 www.fvtc.edu

21427 21428 21430 21432 20823 21433 21435 20822 20824 21437 20825

9/3 - 12/17 9/4 - 12/18 9/8 - 12/22 9/4 - 12/18 9/4 - 12/18 9/2 - 12/16 9/3 - 12/17 9/4 - 12/18 9/4 - 12/18 9/8 - 12/22 9/4 - 12/18

Pre-Algebra (3 cr.)

CLS CLS CLS CLS IVC CLS CLS IVC IVC CLS IVC

Appleton Campus W 8:30-11:20 AM Appleton Campus Th 8:30-11:20 AM Appleton Campus M 5:30-8:20 PM Chilton Regional Center Th 12:30-3:20 PM Chilton Regional Center Th 5:30-8:20 PM Clintonville Regional Center Tu 9:00 AM-Noon Oshkosh Riverside Campus W 12:30-3:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Th 5:30-8:20 PM Waupaca Regional Center Th 5:30-8:20 PM Waupaca Regional Center M 5:30-8:20 PM Wautoma Regional Center Th 5:30-8:20 PM

$419.85

9/2 - 12/22

HYB

$419.85

21592

9/3 - 12/22

CLS

Txt $419.85

21607

9/3 - 12/22

CLS

Txt $419.85

21608

9/3 - 11/24

CLS

Txt $419.85

21613

9/3 - 12/22

CLS

Txt $419.85

21618

9/3 - 12/22

CLS

Txt $419.85

21622

9/3 - 12/22

CLS

Txt $419.85

21597

9/16 - 12/4

CLS

Txt $419.85

21594

9/2 - 12/16

CLS

Txt $419.85

21683

9/2 - 12/18

IND

Txt $419.85

21684

9/3 - 12/22

IND

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10-834-109, 10-834-109D1, & 10-834-109DE

Provides an introduction to algebra. Includes operations on real numbers, solving linear equations, percent and proportion, and an introduction to polynomials and statistics. This course does not count toward program degree completion. 21596 9/2 - 11/20 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 TuTh 8:30-10:20 AM Txt 21605 9/2 - 11/20 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MWTuTh 9:30-10:20 AM Txt 21614 9/2 - 11/20 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 TuTh 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 21615 9/2 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 TuTh 1:00-2:20 PM Txt 21616 9/2 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 TuTh 1:30-3:00 PM Txt 21623 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 M 8:30-10:00 AM Txt 21624 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 W 11:30 AM-1:00 PM Txt 21590 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MFW 7:30-8:20 AM Txt 21591 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 FMW 8:30-9:20 AM Txt 21610 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MWF 11:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 21611 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MW 11:30 AM-1:00 PM Txt 21612 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MW 12:30-2:00 PM Txt 21617 9/3 - 11/19 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MW 3:30-5:20 PM Txt 21620 9/3 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MW 5:30-7:00 PM Txt 21604 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 21606 9/15 - 12/3 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 MW 9:30-11:20 AM Txt 21609 9/16 - 12/4 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 TuTh 10:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 21621 9/16 - 12/4 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 TuTh 5:00-7:00 PM Txt 21681 9/2 - 12/18 IND Chilton Regional Center $419.85 TuTh 3:00-4:20 PM Txt 21619 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $419.85 Tu 4:30-7:20 PM Txt 21682 9/2 - 12/18 IND Clintonville Regional Center $419.85 Tu 8:30-10:00 AM Txt Th 4:30-6:00 PM

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ONL

Oshkosh Riverside Campus Tu 1:30-3:00 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus MWF 8:30-9:20 AM Oshkosh Riverside Campus MWF 10:30-11:20 AM Oshkosh Riverside Campus MW 10:30 AM-12:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus MW 12:30-2:00 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus MW 4:00-5:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus MW 6:00-7:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus TuTh 8:30-10:20 AM Waupaca Regional Center Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Waupaca Regional Center TuTh 1:00-2:20 PM Wautoma Regional Center MW 4:30-6:00 PM Online/Internet Flexible

Prep for Basic Chemistry (2 cr.)

$449.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $449.85 Txt

10-836-133

Introduces basic principles of chemistry including the properties of matter, atomic structure, and the classification of chemical reactions. Students learn to characterize solutions, acids, and bases, and differentiate between elements and compounds. PREREQ: ACCPL Arithmetic >= 46 OR ACT Math >= 16 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor at the first class. 21901 9/3 - 10/22 LAB Appleton Campus $281.40 MW 9:30-11:20 AM Txt 21902 10/27 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $281.40 MW 9:30-11:20 AM Txt

REAL ESTATE Course 1-Wisconsin Listings

47-194-416U

This real estate continuing education course covers the listing contracts property owners use to hire a broker to market a property; examines using approved listing contracts and what a licensee can do with a non-approved listing contract; reviews broker obligations to provide agency and leadbased paint disclosure and to comply with fair housing laws; provides instruction on modifying an approved listing contract to create a one-party listing contract or an open listing contract; focuses on specific contract provisions such as delivery, marketing, protected buyers, extension of the listing, open houses and showing responsibilities; discusses proper execution of listing contracts including signatures and termination procedures; amending listing contracts, seller’s real estate condition reports, commissions and antitrust laws. 21066 10/1 - 10/1 CLS Appleton Campus $32.00 W 6:00-9:00 PM Txt (62+) $19.41

Course 2-Wisconsin Offers

47-194-416V

This real estate continuing education course covers use of the WB-11 Residential Offer to Purchase; discusses situations that trigger mandatory and discretionary disclosure obligations and how to comply; provides instruction on specific contract provisions such as financing and appraisal contingencies, acceptance and binding acceptance, and delivery including the rules for electronic delivery; tackles using addenda, real estate condition reports, and determining which parties are necessary to create a binding contract; how parties use the WB-45 Cancellation Agreement & Mutual Release to rescind a contract and direct disbursement of the earnest money and how to avoid violations of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA). 21069 10/8 - 10/8 CLS Appleton Campus $32.00 W 6:00-9:00 PM Txt (62+) $19.41

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Course 3-Wisconsin New Development

47-194-416W

This real estate continuing education course covers the most recent changes and developments in real estate law, practices and procedures; explains changes to Wisconsin statutes, administrative code provisions and case law; discusses land use regulations to piers, boathouses and nonconforming structures; addresses Wisconsin Administrative Code REEB 24 regulatory revisions; provides instruction on revised forms including the option to purchase and the new law requiring owners of vacant land to provide disclosure reports; looks at pending and proposed legislative and regulatory changes, forms revisions and other potential changes to licensing regulations; an overview of proposed changes, legislation, policy changes and other practice issues that are on the horizon. 21073 10/15 - 10/15 CLS Appleton Campus $32.00 W 6:00-9:00 PM Txt (62+) $19.41

Course 4-Contingencies in Wisconsin Approved Offer Forms 47-194-416X This real estate continuing education course covers contingencies with Wisconsin approved offers to purchase; instruction on drafting enforceable contingencies and how to avoid drafting errors; instruction on recognizing competency to draft a contingency and when to request outside assistance; reviews the closing of a buyer’s property contingency, the secondary offer contingency and the inspection contingency; using contingencies, timing related to deadlines and satisfaction of contingencies; using contingencies that are not pre-printed in the approved forms such as testing contingencies. 21077 10/22 - 10/22 CLS Appleton Campus $32.00 W 6:00-9:00 PM Txt (62+) $19.41

Elective B-Unique Transaction Types and Issues

47-194-416Z

This real estate continuing education course provides instruction on less common transaction issues that licensees will encounter in practice; discusses the new WB-24 Option to Purchase; explores using an option with a lease to create “rent-to-own” arrangements between buyers and sellers; covers land contracts, rights of first refusal and working with relocation companies; reviews preventing violations of the Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act (SAFE Act) when working with seller-financed transactions. 21079 10/29 - 10/29 CLS Appleton Campus $32.00 W 6:00-9:00 PM Txt (62+) $19.41

Elective C-Wisconsin Property Management

47-194-416A

This real estate continuing education course provides timely instruction for those already engaged in property management and those looking to expand into property management; discusses the newly revised WB-37 Residential Listing Contract-Exclusive Right to Rent; covers the basics of lease agreements; reviews Wisconsin residential rental practices regulations, Wisconsin landlord and tenant laws, state and federal fair housing laws and important safety precautions dictating use and placement of carbon-monoxide and smoke detectors; explains rental weatherization obligations and handling security deposits on behalf of a property owner and handling security deposits when a rental property is owned by a real estate licensee. 21081 11/5 - 11/5 CLS Appleton Campus $32.00 W 6:00-9:00 PM Txt (62+) $19.41

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Interior Design

Basic Anatomy (3 cr.)

10-806-189D1 & 10-806-189DE

Examines concepts of anatomy and physiology as they relate to health careers. Learners correlate anatomical and physiological terminology to all body systems. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 21724 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Th 9:30-11:00 AM Txt 21725 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $449.85 Tu 9:30-11:00 AM Txt 21726 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt 21727 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt 21729 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Beginning Laboratory Science (3 cr.)

10-506-101

Introduces the learner to beginning laboratory concepts and procedures. Emphasis will be on general laboratory safety, basic laboratory equipment utilization and calibration techniques. An introduction to scientific inquiry will be addressed. Proper techniques in documentation as it relates to quality control in verification of a quality system will be introduced. Concepts in data analysis will be reviewed as it relates to creation of a laboratory notebook. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 80 & Sentence >= 83 & Arithmetic >= 65 OR ACT (Sent/Math) >= 18 & Read >= 20 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. 21709 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $454.35 M 4:00-8:00 PM Txt

College Physics 1 (3 cr.)

10-806-143 & 10-806-143D1

Presents the applications and theory of basic physics principles. This course emphasizes problem solving, laboratory investigation and applications. Topics include laboratory safety, unit conversion and analysis, kinematics, dynamics, work, energy, power, temperature and heat. PREREQ: College Technical Math 1 (10-804-115) or College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or concurrent enrollment. 21733 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $464.85 Sa 8:30 AM-4:20 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/6, 9/27, 10/18, 11/15

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College Physics 2 (3 cr.)

LAB LAB

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10-806-144D1

Presents the applications and theory of basic physics principles. This course emphasizes problem solving, laboratory investigation and applications. Topics include periodic motion, wave motion, optics, magnetism, static electricity, DC electricity, AC electricity and electromagnetism. PREREQ: College Technical Math 1 (10-804-115) or College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or concurrent enrollment. 21735 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $464.85 Tu 12:30-2:20 PM Txt

SCIENCE Adv Anatomy & Physiology (4 cr.)

10-806-179

Examines human anatomy and physiology using a body systems approach with emphasis on interrelationships between form and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Lab experimentation includes analysis of cellular metabolism and individual components of body systems (nervous, neuro-muscular, cardiovascular, and urinary). Continued examination of homeostatic mechanisms and their relationship to fluid, electrolyte, acid-base balance and blood; and integration of genetics to human reproduction and development are also included in this course. PREREQ: General Anatomy and Physiology (10-806-177) with a C or better AND 2 semesters of HS chemistry or General Chemistry (10-806-134) with a grade of C or better. Can’t enroll in Microbiology and Adv A&P OR enroll in multiple sections in the same term. 20837 9/3 - 12/22 IVC Appleton Campus $579.80 MW 9:00-10:20 AM Txt F 12:30-2:20 PM

Applied Microbiology (4 cr.)

10-007-174D1

This survey course includes the structure, function, ecology, nutrition, physiology and genetics of microorganisms in industrial, agricultural, food and medical microbiology. It also includes an introduction to standard techniques and procedures in the microbiology laboratory. PREREQ: General Biology (10806114); General Chemistry (10806134). 21707 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $697.80 Th 12:30-4:20 PM Txt

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Food Laboratory Science Lab (1 cr.)

10-506-125

Perform experiments unique to food processing and food safety. Techniques currently used in the food industry to measure food characteristics or food properties will be done in the laboratory. PREREQ: Beginning Laboratory Science (10-506-101); Corequisite: Food Lab Science Theory (10-506-121). 21714 9/30 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $151.45 Tu 5:00-8:00 PM Txt

Food Laboratory Science Theory (2 cr.)

10-506-121DE

Learn principles of laboratory work unique to food processing and food safety. HACCP and biosecurity principles will also be covered. PREREQ: Beginning Laboratory Science (10-506-101); General Chemistry (10-806-134); Corequisite: Food Laboratory Science Lab (10-506-125). 21712 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt

Gen Anatomy & Physiology (4 cr.)

10-806-177

Examines basic concepts of human anatomy and physiology as they relate to health sciences. Using a body systems approach, the course emphasizes the interrelationships between structure and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization of the entire human body. It is intended to prepare health care professionals who need to apply basic concepts of whole body anatomy and physiology to informed decision-making and professional communication with colleagues and patients. (This course also provides the foundation, and is prerequisite to, Advanced Anatomy and Physiology.) PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/ Engl) >=18 OR Program Prep; 2 semesters of HS Chemistry OR Gen Chemistry (10-806-134) with C or better. Can’t enroll in multiple sections of Gen A&P in the same term. 20840 9/2 - 12/22 IVC Appleton Campus $579.80 M 1:30-4:20 PM Txt Tu 9:30-11:20 AM 21766 9/3 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $579.80 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt W 2:30-4:20 PM 21768 9/3 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $579.80 M 3:30-6:20 PM Txt W 2:30-4:20 PM 20841 9/4 - 12/22 IVC Appleton Campus $579.80 M 5:30-8:20 PM Txt Th 3:30-5:20 PM 20842 9/4 - 12/22 IVC Appleton Campus $579.80 M 5:30-8:20 PM Txt Th 5:30-7:20 PM 21764 9/4 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $579.80 M 4:30-6:20 PM Txt Th 4:30-7:20 PM 21765 9/4 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $579.80 M 6:30-8:20 PM Txt Th 4:30-7:20 PM

General Biology (4 cr.)

10-806-114, 10-806-114D1, & 10-806-114DE

Introduces general biological concepts and principles. Emphasis is on cell structure and function, genetics, evolution and taxonomical relationships. Consideration is also given to diversity among the various kingdoms. This course emphasizes an environmental perspective and is suitable for students in Natural Resources, Early Childhood Education, Laboratory Science, Forensic Science and others interested in environmental biology. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 21815 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $619.80 W 8:30-10:20 AM Txt 21812 9/2 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $579.80 TuTh 6:00-8:20 PM Txt 21814 9/2 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $579.80 Tu 2:30-5:20 PM Txt Th 3:30-5:20 PM 21813 9/3 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $579.80 MW 6:30-9:00 PM Txt 21817 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $619.80 Flexible Txt 21818 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $619.80 Flexible Txt

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General education courses prepare you for many career options.

General Chemistry (4 cr.)

10-806-134

Covers inorganic chemistry and basic organic chemistry. Topics include metrics, problem solving, atomic structure, chemical reactions, solutions and concentrations, ionization, pH and organic compounds. PREREQ: ACCPL Algebra >= 51 OR ACT(Math) >=18 OR Program Prep with a C or better OR College Math 1 (10804115/113) OR Algebra (10804109) OR Tech Math (10804121) OR Math Tech Basic (10804125) OR College Math (10804107) OR Math Common Topics (10804117). 20844 9/2 - 12/17 IVC Appleton Campus $579.80 Tu 3:30-5:20 PM Txt W 1:30-4:20 PM 21822 9/2 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $579.80 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt Th 6:30-8:20 PM 21823 9/2 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $579.80 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt Th 4:30-6:20 PM 21864 9/2 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $579.80 Tu 9:30-11:20 AM Txt Th 8:30-11:20 AM 21859 9/3 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $579.80 M 5:30-8:20 PM Txt W 5:00-7:00 PM 21861 9/3 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $579.80 M 5:30-8:20 PM Txt W 7:00-9:00 PM

Intro to Biochemistry (4 cr.)

10-806-186

Provides students with skills and knowledge of organic and biological chemistry necessary for application within Nursing and other Allied Health careers. Emphasis is on recognizing the structure, physical properties and chemical reactions of organic molecules, body fluids, and acids. Additional emphasis is placed on biological functions and their relationships to enzymes, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates and DNA. PREREQ: Two semesters of high school chemistry or General Chemistry (10-806-134) with grade of C or better; ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep. 21870 9/3 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $579.80 W 4:30-6:20 PM Txt Th 1:30-4:20 PM

Laboratory Methods for Forensic Science (1 cr.)

10-806-120DE

Introduces scientific methods used in a laboratory. Emphasis is on general laboratory safety and specific precautions for working safely with chemical or biological materials. Proper techniques in documentation will be practiced. The learner will become familiar with identification of laboratory equipment and become proficient at laboratory measurements. 21872 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible 21873 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible

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Microbiology (4 cr.)

10-806-197

Examines microbial structure, metabolism, genetics, growth, and the relationship between humans and microorganisms. Addresses disease production, epidemiology, host defense mechanisms and the medical impact of microbes. Examines the role of microbes in the environment, industry and biotechnology. Students have the following Flexible lecture options: in-class, Webcast, podcast or Interactive Television. PREREQ: Gen A&P (806-177) or A&P 1 (806-195) with a C or better grade AND 2 semesters of hs chemistry or Gen Chemistry (806-134) with a C or better grade. Cannot enroll in Microbiology and Adv A&P OR be enrolled in multiple sections within the same term. 21874 9/2 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $579.80 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt W 12:30-2:20 PM

Paper and Packaging Testing Procedures (2 cr.)

10-506-112

Covers testing done in paper and packaging industries including basis weight, caliper, brightness, color, burst strength, tensile strength, stress, strain, modulus, elasticity/plasticity and poison behavior. Also introduces chemical testing, measurement techniques, data collection and safety procedures. PREREQ: General Chemistry (10-806-134). 21720 9/5 - 12/19 LAB Appleton Campus $302.90 F 1:00-4:00 PM Txt

Principles of Animal Biology (4 cr.)

10-806-105 & 10-806-105D1

Focuses on general biological principles, cell structure and function, genetics, comparative anatomy and physiology, evolution, and ecosystems. Includes dissection of various fresh and preserved materials. This course is appropriate for AODA students. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 21890 9/2 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $619.80 W 3:30-5:20 PM Txt 21883 9/3 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $579.80 M 9:30-11:20 AM Txt W 10:30-11:20 AM W 12:30-2:20 PM

Principles of Sustainability (3 cr.)

10-806-112

Prepares the student to develop sustainable literacy; analyze interconnections between physical and biological science, and environmental systems; summarize the effects of sustainability; analyze connections among social, economic and environmental systems; employ energy conservation strategies to reduce use of fossil fuels; investigate alternative energy option; evaluate options for waste disposal and recycling; and analyze approaches used to promote and implement sustainability. 21892 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 6:00-9:00 PM Txt

Science Principles for Transportation (3 cr.)

10-806-175

Introduces the physics principles involved with technical measurement, force application, fluid properties, heat and electricity. Emphasizes problem-solving skills, teamwork and the application of scientific principles in the transportation industry. COREQ: Math for the Trades (31-8043-07) or College Technical Math 1/1A (10-804-115 / 113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or consent of instructor. 21898 9/2 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $434.85 TuTh 3:30-5:20 PM Txt

SEWING & QUILTING Machine Embroidery, Basic - 24 hour

42-301-401KK

60-301-609F

Provides instruction in pattern and fabric selection and how to measure, piece and machine sew a quilt project. This course is designed for students with or without prior sewing experience. 23396 9/18 - 10/23 CLS Chilton Regional Center $77.50 Th 1:00-4:00 PM Sup (62+) $70.33

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42-301-413J

Provides an opportunity for intermediate level students to work on sewing and quilting projects of their choosing, within a less structured classroom environment. Instructors are available for assistance, but do not present specific demonstrations or lectures. For students with solid basic skills in sewing machine operation and the basics of sewing or quilting. 23778 9/9 - 10/14 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $64.38 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23587 9/10 - 9/24 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $64.38 W 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23588 10/1 - 10/15 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $64.38 W 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23779 10/21 - 11/25 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $64.38 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23596 10/22 - 11/19 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $64.38 W 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23467 9/12 - 9/26 LAB Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 F 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23708 9/13 - 9/27 LAB Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 Sa 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23468 10/3 - 10/24 LAB Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 10/3 - 10/10 F 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 10/24 F 9:00 AM-3:30 PM 23709 10/4 - 10/18 LAB Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 Sa 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23710 10/25 - 11/8 LAB Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 Sa 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23470 10/31 - 11/14 LAB Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 F 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23711 11/15 - 12/6 LAB Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 11/15 - 11/22 Sa 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 12/6 Sa 9:00 AM-3:30 PM 23471 11/21 - 12/5 LAB Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 F 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23713 9/17 - 10/29 CLS Shiocton High School $64.38 W 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $7.75

Sewing & Quilting-Open Lab, 15 Hours

42-301-413K

Provides an opportunity for intermediate-level students to work on sewing and quilting projects of their choosing, within a less-structured environment. Instructors are available for assistance, but do not present specific demonstrations or lectures. For students with solid basic skills in sewing machine operation and the basics of sewing or quilting. 23654 8/12 - 8/13 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $58.09 TuW 8:45 AM-4:45 PM Sup (62+) $7.75

Sewing with a Serger, Basics

42-301-401BB

Provides a relaxed setting to get to know your Serger. This project-oriented class covers overlock, flatlock and rolled edging with three and four threads. Emphasis is on basics threading, needles, tension adjustment, cutting width and maintenance. Students are asked to bring their own Serger to class. Additional supplies required. 23515 9/9 - 10/14 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 Tu 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $7.75

Sewing with a Serger, Beyond the Basics

Provides guidance to beginning machine embroidery students on thread and needle choices, design placement, successful hooping and how to use various stabilizers. Additional supplies required. 23505 9/8 - 9/29 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $81.26 M 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23506 10/6 - 10/27 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $81.26 M 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23507 11/3 - 11/24 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $81.26 M 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $5.75

Machine Quilting for Beginners

Sewing & Quilting - Open Lab

42-301-401CC

Provides opportunity for students to further develop or refresh their Serger skills. Emphasis is on two to five threads, differential feed and the sharing of instructor project ideas in clothing, accessories and home decor. Instructor will assist students with projects of their choosing. Students are asked to bring their own serger. 23516 10/21 - 11/25 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 Tu 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $7.75

Sewing with a Serger, Open Lab

42-301-401AA

Provides an opportunity for students with solid basic Serger skills to work on Serger projects of their choosing within a less structured classroom environment. Instructor is available for assistance with limited specific demonstrations or lectures presented. Students are asked to bring their own Serger to class. 23581 10/29 - 11/5 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $64.38 W 8:45 AM-3:15 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23517 9/9 - 10/14 LAB Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 Tu 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $7.75 23518 10/21 - 11/25 LAB Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 Tu 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $7.75

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Sewing, Pattern Adaptations

42-301-401H

Using a purchased commercial pattern as a guide, techniques will be taught to address style and fabric selections, construction techniques and proper fitting. 23458 9/8 - 10/13 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23459 10/20 - 11/24 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $7.75

Sewing, Retreat 24 Hours

42-301-402J

Provides an opportunity to develop sewing skills while working in a retreat workshop atmosphere. New sewing or quilting construction ideas are demonstrated and practiced while students work on projects in a relaxed environment. Additional supplies required. 23474 10/16 - 10/18 CLS Oshkosh JP Coughlin Center $81.26 ThFSa 8:30 AM-5:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75

Sewing, Sweatshirts Transformations

42-301-403L

Provides an opportunity for students to dissemble an ordinary purchased sweatshirt then using it for fabric to make it into an embellished one-of-a-kind designer jacket. Techniques covered will include how to fit it so it looks like it tailor fits you instead of looking like a football jersey. 23476 9/13 - 12/6 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $81.26 9/13 Sa 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 10/11 Sa 9:00 AM-3:30 PM 11/8 Sa 9:00 AM-3:30 PM 12/6 Sa 9:00 AM-3:30 PM

Sewing-Beginning & Intermediate, 15 Hours

Learn to sew with lots of class options.

Sewing, Basic Skills (15-hour lab)

42-301-401C

Introduces basic sewing construction techniques and how to operate a sewing machine to make simple garments such as skirts, tops, jumpers and pants. Students learn how to select, purchase, use and care for fabrics and sewing equipment. 23637 9/5 - 10/3 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $58.09 F 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $7.75 23638 10/10 - 11/7 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $58.09 F 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $7.75 23639 11/14 - 12/12 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $58.09 F 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $7.75

Sewing, Basic Skills (18-hour lab)

42-301-401B

Introduces students to basic sewing construction techniques and how to operate a sewing machine to make simple garments such as skirts, tops, jumpers and pants. Students learn how to select, purchase, utilize and care for fabrics and sewing equipment. 23780 9/11 - 10/16 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 Th 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23781 10/23 - 12/4 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $64.38 10/23 - 11/20 Th 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 12/4 Th 6:00-9:00 PM

Sewing, Clothing Alterations

42-301-401FF

Provides an opportunity for students to work on individual projects while learning the basic alteration techniques of how to successfully alter ready to wear garments. 23456 9/8 - 10/13 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $62.38 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75 23457 10/20 - 11/24 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $62.38 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75

Sewing, Industrial Techniques

42-301-401LL

Introduces sewing construction techniques used in garment industry to make user and machine operate efficiently. Topics include cutting and marking, basic and curved seams, matching plaids, pockets and pocket settings, hems, darts and tucks, one-thread darts, zippers, waistbands, lined bodice, understitching, flat felled seams, mitering and double mitering. 23509 9/11 - 10/16 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $62.38 Th 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.75

www.fvtc.edu

42-301-414O

Instructs beginners in basic construction techniques including machine operation, fabric/pattern selection and cutting/sewing a simple pattern. Intermediate sewers practice more advanced techniques while working on individual projects. 23640 9/9 - 10/7 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $58.09 Tu 8:45-11:45 AM Sup (62+) $7.75 23641 9/9 - 10/7 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $58.09 Tu 12:15-3:15 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23644 9/11 - 10/9 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $58.09 Th 8:45-11:45 AM Sup (62+) $7.75 23645 9/11 - 10/9 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $58.09 Th 12:15-3:15 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23642 10/14 - 11/11 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $58.09 Tu 8:45-11:45 AM Sup (62+) $7.75 23643 10/14 - 11/11 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $58.09 Tu 12:15-3:15 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23646 10/16 - 11/13 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $58.09 Th 8:45-11:45 AM Sup (62+) $7.75 23647 10/16 - 11/13 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $58.09 Th 12:15-3:15 PM Sup (62+) $7.75

Sewing-Open Lab, 24 hours

42-301-412Q

Provides an opportunity for students to work on individual projects in a less structured classroom environment. Instructors are available for assistance but do not present specific demonstrations or lectures. This course is designed for the person who knows the basics of clothing construction and sewing machine operation. 23475 8/30 - 11/22 LAB Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $83.26 8/30 Sa 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 9/27 Sa 9:00 AM-3:30 PM 10/25 Sa 9:00 AM-3:30 PM 11/22 Sa 9:00 AM-3:30 PM

Sewing-Quilting Techniques, 18 Hours

42-301-413C

Focuses on basic techniques for designing and creating quilts for wall hangings, bed coverings, clothing or home decorating. Students learn how to read quilt patterns and to measure, piece and machine sew a quilt. Specific techniques for enhancing the quality of the quilting are included. 23013 9/30 - 11/4 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $64.38 Tu 5:30-8:30 PM (62+) $7.75 23655 8/11 - 8/25 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $64.38 M 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23226 9/11 - 9/25 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $64.38 Th 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23230 10/9 - 10/23 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $64.38 Th 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75

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Sewing-Quilting Techniques, 21 Hours

42-301-413B

Focuses on basic techniques for designing and creating quilts for wall hangings, bed coverings, clothing or home decorating. Students learn how to read quilt patterns and to measure, piece and machine sew a quilt. Specific techniques for enhancing the quality of the quilting are included. 23648 9/8 - 10/20 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $76.97 M 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $7.75 23649 9/8 - 10/20 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $76.97 M Noon-3:00 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23650 9/8 - 10/20 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $76.97 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23651 10/27 - 12/8 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $76.97 M 9:00 AM-Noon Sup (62+) $7.75 23652 10/27 - 12/8 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $76.97 M Noon-3:00 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23653 10/27 - 12/8 CLS Neenah Lakeland College $76.97 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23380 9/9 - 10/21 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $76.97 Tu 1:00-4:00 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23381 9/9 - 10/21 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $76.97 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23382 10/28 - 12/9 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $76.97 Tu 1:00-4:00 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23383 10/28 - 12/9 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $76.97 Tu 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $7.75

Sewing-Quilting Techniques, 24 hours

42-301-413A

Focuses on basic techniques for designing and creating quilts for wall hangings, bed coverings, clothing or home decorating. Students learn how to read quilt patterns and to measure, piece and machine sew a quilt. Specific techniques for enhancing the quality of the quilting are included. 23460 8/27 - 9/24 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $83.26 8/27 - 9/3 W 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 9/17 - 9/24 W 9:00 AM-3:30 PM 23461 10/1 - 10/22 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $83.26 W 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23465 10/29 - 11/19 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $83.26 W 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75 23466 11/26 - 12/17 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $83.26 W 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.75

Sewing-Weekday Workshop

42-301-402B

Provides an opportunity to develop sewing skills while working in a retreat workshop atmosphere. New sewing or quilting construction ideas are demonstrated and practiced while students work on projects in a relaxed environment. Some special supplies may be needed. 23519 10/29 - 10/31 CLS Oshkosh EAA Academy Lodge $229.26 W Noon-8:00 PM Sup (62+) $153.75 Th 8:00 AM-8:00 PM F 8:00 AM-Noon 23521 11/4 - 11/6 CLS Oshkosh EAA Academy Lodge $229.26 Tu Noon-8:00 PM Sup (62+) $153.75 W 8:00 AM-8:00 PM Th 8:00 AM-Noon

Sewing-Weekend Workshop

42-301-402

Provides an opportunity to develop sewing skills while working in a retreat workshop atmosphere. New sewing or quilting construction ideas are demonstrated and practiced while students work on projects in a relaxed environment. Some special supplies may be needed. 23520 11/1 - 11/3 CLS Oshkosh EAA Academy Lodge $229.26 Sa Noon-8:00 PM Sup (62+) $153.75 Su 8:00 AM-8:00 PM M 8:00 AM-Noon 23522 11/7 - 11/9 CLS Oshkosh EAA Academy Lodge $229.26 F Noon-8:00 PM Sup (62+) $153.75 Sa 8:00 AM-8:00 PM Su 8:00 AM-Noon

Sewing Workshop, Extended Stay

42-301-402F

Provides an opportunity to come early or stay late to your sewing workshop. Develop sewing skills while working on your project in an open lab workshop atmosphere. Overnight accommodations are included. Meals are not included. 23523 10/31 - 11/1 LAB Oshkosh EAA Academy Lodge $86.51 F 1:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $48.75 Sa 8:00-11:59 AM 23524 11/3 - 11/4 LAB Oshkosh EAA Academy Lodge $86.51 M 1:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $48.75 Tu 8:00-11:59 AM 23525 11/6 - 11/7 LAB Oshkosh EAA Academy Lodge $86.51 Th 1:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $48.75 F 8:00-11:59 AM

Sewing Workshop, Extended Stay

42-301-402G

Provides an opportunity to come early or stay late to your sewing workshop. Develop sewing skills while working on your project in an open lab workshop atmosphere. No overnight accommodations or meals are included. 23526 10/31 - 11/1 LAB Oshkosh EAA Academy Lodge $46.51 F 1:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $8.75 Sa 8:00-11:59 AM 23527 11/3 - 11/4 LAB Oshkosh EAA Academy Lodge $46.51 M 1:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $8.75 Tu 8:00-11:59 AM 23528 11/6 - 11/7 LAB Oshkosh EAA Academy Lodge $46.51 Th 1:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $8.75 F 8:00-11:59 AM

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SOCIAL SCIENCE Abnormal Psychology (3 cr.)

10-809-159 & 10-809-159DE

Focuses on a broad description of psychological disorders such as psychosis, neurosis and personality problems. It is geared toward an understanding of the deeper level forces and adjustment problems that create mental and emotional stress. Students prepare to recognize and deal with persons with mental dysfunctions. PREREQ: Introduction to Psychology (10-809-198) or Psychology of Human Relations (10-809-199) or instructor consent. 21917 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 F 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 20546 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 Th 4:30-7:20 PM Txt 21921 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Starting Point Workshops

Free mini-workshop series for female displaced homemakers* and single parents The Wo/Men’s Educational Bureau offers free individualized counseling to single parent and displaced homemaker students. Call (920) 735-5696 to schedule an appointment with a counselor, or email startingpoint@fvtc.edu. *Displaced homemakers are those who have cared for your family at home without pay and are no longer supported by another household member’s income or public assistance OR are unemployed or underemployed and your youngest dependent child will become ineligible for TANF assistance within two years.

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Contemporary Amer Society (3 cr.)10-809-197, 10-809-197D1, & 10-809-197DE Analyzes public policy issues relating to government, media, education, family and the workplace. This course also looks at the impact of global, multicultural and technological trends on American life and explores these issues by using critical thinking skills, advocating points of view, and participating in political processes. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 21926 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 2:30-5:20 PM Txt 21927 9/3 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 W 12:30-3:20 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/3, 9/17, 10/1, 10/15, 10/29, 11/12, 11/26, 12/10

22008 20948 20947 20547 20550

9/4 - 12/18 9/8 - 12/22 9/8 - 12/22 9/4 - 12/18 9/4 - 12/22

CLS IVC IVC CLS HYB

Appleton Campus Th 5:30-8:20 PM Clintonville High School M 5:30-8:20 PM Hortonville High School M 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Th 8:30-11:20 AM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Th 12:30-3:20 PM

$419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $449.85 Txt

Meeting date(s): 9/4, 9/18, 10/2, 10/16, 10/30, 11/13, 12/4, 12/18

20949 20950 21930 21932

9/8 - 12/22 9/8 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22

IVC IVC ONL ONL

Wautoma High School M 5:30-8:20 PM Weyauwega High School M 5:30-8:20 PM Online/Internet Flexible Online/Internet Flexible

$419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $449.85 Txt $449.85 Txt

Developmental Psychology (3 cr.) 10-809-188, 10-809-188D1, & 10-809-188DE Studies human development across the lifespan from conception through old age and death. It focuses on the physical, intellectual, social, emotional and moral development of a person and presents the normal range of responses, reactions and behaviors of age-related development. It also helps students to distinguish what might be considered dysfunctional. PREREQ: Intro to Psychology (10-809-198) or enrollment in the Practical Nursing plan or instructor consent. 21992 9/4 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/4, 9/18, 10/2, 10/16, 10/30, 11/13, 12/11

21978

9/8 - 12/22

CLS

20858

9/3 - 12/17

IVC

20859 20952 20953 20951 20551 20954 20860 21994 21998

9/3 - 12/17 9/8 - 12/22 9/8 - 12/22 9/8 - 12/22 9/5 - 12/19 9/8 - 12/22 9/3 - 12/17 9/2 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22

www.fvtc.edu

IVC IVC IVC IVC CLS IVC IVC ONL ONL

Appleton Campus M 1:30-4:20 PM Chilton Regional Center W 10:30 AM-1:20 PM Clintonville Regional Center W 10:30 AM-1:20 PM Iola High School M 5:30-8:20 PM Manawa High School M 5:30-8:20 PM New London High School M 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus F 8:30-11:20 AM Shiocton High School M 5:30-8:20 PM Waupaca Regional Center W 10:30 AM-1:20 PM Online/Internet Flexible Online/Internet Flexible

$419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $449.85 Txt

Economics (3 cr.)

10-809-195, 10-809-195D1, & 10-809-195DE

Provides a foundation of economic concepts and institutions so that students can apply economic thinking to their own decisions as consumers, employees and citizens in a market-oriented economic system. Topics include supply and demand, employment, prices and production, fiscal policy, monetary policy, market structures, and international trade and finance. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 22014 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 22015 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 6:30-9:20 PM Txt 20861 9/3 - 12/17 IVC Appleton Campus $419.85 W 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 22013 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Th 2:30-5:20 PM Txt 22012 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 F 11:30 AM-2:20 PM Txt 22009 9/6 - 10/25 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 Sa 8:00 AM-Noon Txt 22028 9/11 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt Meeting date(s): 9/11, 9/25, 10/9, 10/23, 11/6, 11/20, 12/4, 12/18

20862 20863 20552 20553 20554 20864 22031 22033

9/3 - 12/17 9/3 - 12/17 9/2 - 12/16 9/2 - 12/16 9/8 - 12/22 9/3 - 12/17 9/2 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22

IVC IVC CLS CLS CLS IVC ONL ONL

Fundamentals of Ethics (2 cr.)

Chilton Regional Center W 5:30-8:20 PM Clintonville Regional Center W 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Tu 4:30-7:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus M 12:30-3:20 PM Waupaca Regional Center W 5:30-8:20 PM Online/Internet Flexible Online/Internet Flexible

$419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $449.85 Txt $449.85 Txt

31-809-303

Provides a basic understanding of ethical theories and uses diverse ethical perspectives to analyze and compare relevant issues. Students will critically evaluate individual, social and/or professional standards of behavior and apply a systematic decision-making process to these situations. 22035 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 F 10:30 AM-2:20 PM Txt

Human Relations (2 cr.)

31-809-300

Explores practical applications of issues in psychology and human behavior that affect a person’s daily life. The objective is to enhance the student’s quality of life by developing an awareness of the connection between his/her personal life and work life. This course is intended for technical diploma students. 22038 9/2 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 MTuTh 11:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 22039 9/2 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 Tu-Th 12:30-1:20 PM Txt 22041 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 W 2:30-5:20 PM Txt 22040 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $281.40 M 2:30-5:20 PM Txt

$449.85 Txt

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Intro to Ethics: Theory & App (3 cr.)

10-809-166, 10-809-166D1, & 10-809-166DE

Provides a basic understanding of ethical theories and uses diverse ethical perspectives to analyze and compare relevant issues. Students will critically evaluate individual, social and/or professional standards of behavior and apply a systematic decision-making process to these situations. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 22059 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 22058 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Th 2:30-5:20 PM Txt 22060 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 22069 9/10 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 W 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

20873 20956 20955 20557 20558 20872 20957 20958 20874 22061

10/28 - 12/16 IVC 10/28 - 12/16 IVC 9/2 - 12/16 9/2 - 12/16 9/3 - 12/17 9/8 - 12/22

IVC IVC CLS CLS

10/28 - 12/16 IVC 9/2 - 12/16 9/2 - 12/16

IVC IVC

10/28 - 12/16 IVC 9/2 - 12/22

ONL

22064

9/2 - 12/22

ONL

22067

9/2 - 12/22

ONL

Intro to Psychology (3 cr.)

Chilton Regional Center Tu 7:30-11:20 AM Clintonville Regional Center Tu 7:30-11:20 AM Iola High School Tu 5:30-8:20 PM New London High School Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus W 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus M 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Tu 7:30-11:20 AM Shiocton High School Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Waupaca High School Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Waupaca Regional Center Tu 7:30-11:20 AM Online/Internet Flexible Online/Internet Flexible Online/Internet Flexible

20963 20970 22122 22125

9/8 - 12/22 9/3 - 12/17 9/3 - 12/17 9/2 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22

CLS IVC IVC IVC ONL ONL

Intro to Sociology (3 cr.)

Oshkosh Riverside Campus M 5:30-8:20 PM Waupaca Regional Center M 5:30-8:20 PM Wautoma High School W 5:30-8:20 PM Weyauwega High School W 5:30-8:20 PM Online/Internet Flexible Online/Internet Flexible

$419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $449.85 Txt $449.85 Txt

10-809-196, 10-809-196D1, & 10-809-196DE

$419.85 $419.85

20907

$419.85

20885

$419.85

20909

9/2 - 10/21

IVC

$419.85

20899

9/11 - 12/22

HYB

$419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt Txt Txt

Meeting date(s): 9/11, 9/25, 10/9, 10/23, 11/6, 11/20, 12/11

Txt Txt Txt

9/2 - 10/21 9/11 - 12/22

IVC HYB

9/2 - 12/16

CLS

$449.85 20564

9/4 - 12/18

CLS

$449.85 Txt

10-809-198 & 10-809-198DE

$419.85 Txt $449.85 Txt

Clintonville Regional Center Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt Clintonville Regional Center Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

$419.85 $449.85

Meeting date(s): 9/11, 9/25, 10/9, 10/23, 11/6, 11/20, 12/11

20563

Txt

Chilton Regional Center Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Chilton Regional Center Th 12:30-3:20 PM

Meeting date(s): 9/11, 9/25, 10/9, 10/23, 11/6, 11/20, 12/11

$449.85 Txt

Focuses on the theoretical foundation of human functioning and looks at learning, motivation, emotions, personality, deviance and pathology, physiological factors and social influences. Students consider the complexities of human relationships in personal, social and vocational settings. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 22117 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 22115 9/5 - 10/24 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 F 8:00 AM-Noon Txt 22112 9/5 - 12/19 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 F 11:30 AM-2:20 PM Txt 20876 9/8 - 12/22 IVC Appleton Campus $419.85 M 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20878 9/8 - 12/22 IVC Chilton Regional Center $419.85 M 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20962 9/3 - 12/17 IVC Clintonville High School $419.85 W 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20881 9/8 - 12/22 IVC Clintonville Regional Center $419.85 M 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20960 9/3 - 12/17 IVC Hortonville High School $419.85 W 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20559 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 W 7:30-10:20 AM Txt 20560 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 W 11:30 AM-2:20 PM Txt 20561 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

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20882

9/8 - 12/22

Focuses on the basic concepts of the intercultural discipline of sociology. Emphasis is placed on culture, socialization and social stratification. The course also looks at five institutions: family, politics, economics, religion and education. Additional topics include demography, deviance, technology, environmental social issues, and social change and organization. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 22136 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 6:30-9:20 PM Txt 22134 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 6:30-9:20 PM Txt 20883 9/11 - 12/22 HYB Appleton Campus $449.85 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

Meeting date(s): 9/10, 9/24, 10/8, 10/22, 11/5, 11/19, 12/3, 12/17

20870

20562

20565 20910 20903

9/8 - 12/22 9/2 - 10/21 9/11 - 12/22

CLS IVC HYB

Oshkosh Riverside Campus Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Th 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus M 4:30-7:20 PM Waupaca Regional Center Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Waupaca Regional Center Th 12:30-3:20 PM

$419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $449.85 Txt

Meeting date(s): 9/11, 9/25, 10/9, 10/23, 11/6, 11/20, 12/11

22137 22139 22141

9/2 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22 9/2 - 12/22

ONL ONL ONL

Online/Internet Flexible Online/Internet Flexible Online/Internet Flexible

Introduction to Diversity Studies (3 cr.)

$449.85 Txt $449.85 Txt $449.85 Txt

10-809-172 & 10-809-172DE

Develops workplace skills needed to work with diverse groups of people. Ethnic relations are studied in global and comparative perspectives. Students examine their biases and gain awareness of differences and common ground shared. The course emphasizes how personal and cultural diversity enhances the effectiveness of work groups. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 22049 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 22048 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 22044 10/31 - 12/19 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 F 8:00 AM-Noon Txt 20867 9/2 - 10/21 IVC Chilton Regional Center $419.85 Tu 7:30-11:20 AM Txt 20868 9/2 - 10/21 IVC Clintonville Regional Center $419.85 Tu 7:30-11:20 AM Txt

www.fvtc.edu

20866 20555 20556

9/2 - 10/21 9/4 - 12/18 9/4 - 12/18

IVC CLS CLS

20869

9/2 - 10/21

IVC

22052

9/2 - 12/22

ONL

22054

9/2 - 12/22

ONL

Oshkosh Riverside Campus Tu 7:30-11:20 AM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Th 2:30-5:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus Th 5:30-8:20 PM Waupaca Regional Center Tu 7:30-11:20 AM Online/Internet Flexible Online/Internet Flexible

Leadership as an Art (3 cr.)

$419.85 $419.85 $419.85 Txt $419.85 Txt $449.85 Txt $449.85 Txt

10-809-110 & 10-809-110DE

10-809-128 & 10-809-128DE

This course introduces the student to the sociological aspects of marriage and family life in a contemporary American society. Emphasis is on the study of cognitive, emotional, and behavioral patterns associated with courtship, love, mate selection, sexuality, and marriage. Diversity in family structure is also introduced. 22148 9/2 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 22149 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Psychology of Human Relations (3 cr.)

10-809-199 & 10-809-199DE

Explores the relationship between the general principles of psychology and people’s everyday lives. Students seek a deepened sense of awareness of themselves and others, and to improve their relationships at work, in the family and in society. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 22159 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 22150 11/1 - 12/20 ACC Appleton Campus $419.85 Sa 8:00 AM-Noon Txt 20927 9/2 - 12/16 IVC Chilton Regional Center $419.85 Tu 11:30 AM-2:20 PM Txt 20933 10/28 - 12/16 IVC Chilton Regional Center $419.85 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20929 9/2 - 12/16 IVC Clintonville Regional Center $419.85 Tu 11:30 AM-2:20 PM Txt 20934 10/28 - 12/16 IVC Clintonville Regional Center $419.85 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20972 9/4 - 12/18 IVC Iola High School $419.85 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20973 9/4 - 12/18 IVC Manawa High School $419.85 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20971 9/4 - 12/18 IVC New London High School $419.85 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20913 9/2 - 12/16 IVC Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 Tu 11:30 AM-2:20 PM Txt 20567 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 W 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 22502 9/4 - 12/18 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 20974 9/4 - 12/18 IVC Shiocton High School $419.85 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20930 9/2 - 12/16 IVC Waupaca Regional Center $419.85 Tu 11:30 AM-2:20 PM Txt 20935 10/28 - 12/16 IVC Waupaca Regional Center $419.85 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 20931 9/2 - 12/16 IVC Wautoma Regional Center $419.85 Tu 11:30 AM-2:20 PM Txt

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Focuses on the development of leadership abilities. Students create a personal philosophy of leadership and discuss moral and ethical responsibilities. Through study and observation of great leaders plus hands-on activities, students develop fundamental concepts of leadership. 22146 9/8 - 12/22 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 22147 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Marriage and Family (3 cr.)

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Think Critically & Creatively (3 cr.)

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10-809-103

Provides instruction in the vital, realistic and practical methods of thinking which are in high demand in all occupations of substance today. Decision making, problem solving, detailed analysis of ideas, troubleshooting, argumentation, persuasion, creativity, setting goals and objectives, and more are considered in-depth as the student applies specific thinking strategies and tools to situations in a wide variety of workplace, personal, academic and cultural situations. PREREQ: ACCPL Reading >= 54 & Sentence >= 83 OR ACT (Read/Sent) >= 18 OR Program Prep OR Not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER or ACT must consult with instructor. 22166 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Appleton Campus $419.85 W 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20976 9/4 - 12/18 IVC Clintonville High School $419.85 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20975 9/4 - 12/18 IVC Hortonville High School $419.85 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20568 9/3 - 12/17 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $419.85 W 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20977 9/4 - 12/18 IVC Waupaca Regional Center $419.85 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 20978 9/4 - 12/18 IVC Weyauwega High School $419.85 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

SOCIAL SERVICES Adopting a Child with Special Needs

42-305-401

Provides information for people who are considering adopting a child with special needs. Topics include the adoption process; social, legal and educational issues; parent/child attachment; physical and psychological factors, and parenting. This 16-hour course was developed under contract with the Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services. 23584 11/8 - 11/15 CLS Appleton Campus $56.09 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Txt (62+) $5.75

Alcohol and Drugs, Risk Reduction (1 cr.)

10-550-101

Provides a comprehensive, systematic approach to reduce the risk of people of any age developing problems related to alcohol and drug abuse. The health, social, legal, occupational and family problems that result from alcohol and drug abuse are examined. 20686 10/21 - 12/16 CLS Appleton Campus $142.95 Tu 3:30-5:20 PM Txt

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Principles of Distribution and Logistics (3 cr.)

10-182-122DE

Introduces the foundations of planning and control in distribution and logistics. Explore the basics of logistics management, designing supply and distribution channels, and the principles and activities of warehousing and transportation management. Through discussion and problem solving, participants will learn about the role of logistics in supply chain management. 22441 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Principles of Inventory Management (3 cr.)

10-182-118DE

Provides an operational knowledge and understanding of inventory management principles and techniques, sourcing strategies, the fundamental role of purchasing, purchase order management, ordering and stocking techniques, roles and responsibilities, and the impact inventory has on a business. The course provides practical examples and exercises, giving participants an opportunity to learn and practice inventory management techniques and concepts. 22421 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Principles of Managing Operations (3 cr.)

10-182-121DE

Focuses on the systems, information technologies, and process management tools involved in designing and operating the manufacturing and distribution environment. This course is concerned with the design of systems to produce goods and services and the operation of those systems. Explore relationships within business with an emphasis on ordering and distribution systems. 22440 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

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Supply Chain Management classes to fit your busy life! Independent-study, flexible classes in purchasing, logistics or materials planning & control. Please call for more information before you register. (920) 996-2964 Principles of Manufacturing Management (3 cr.)

10-182-120DE

Introduces the manufacturing environment and key manufacturing planning and control activities including material requirements planning, capacity management, capacity requirements planning, and lean manufacturing environments. Through discussion and interactive problem solving participants will gain a functional competency of production activity control and management. 22439 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Principles of Operations Planning (3 cr.)

10-182-119DE

Provides a fundamental knowledge and understanding of the basic inventory planning principles and techniques that are used at each level in the planning process, from strategic to tactical. The course provides practical examples and exercises, giving participants an opportunity to practice and enhance their own planning skills. 22422 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $449.85 Flexible Txt

Supply Chain Career Exploration (1 cr.)

10-182-123DE

Acquaints students with career options and related job skills, salaries and employment trends in the Supply Chain field. Familiarizes them with the different aspects that make up the supply chain and the various career path options. 22443 9/2 - 10/24 ONL Online/Internet $152.95 Flexible Txt

Supply Chain Management, Introduction (2 cr.)

10-182-124DE

Introduces the key concepts of supply chain management. Learn tips, techniques and best practices in supply chain operations. Students will stay up to date on the newest thinking, strategies, developments and technologies in supply chain management. 22445 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $301.40 Flexible Txt

WEB DESIGN Advanced Web Applications (3 cr.)

10-152-126

A capstone course in which students utilize multiple Web technologies to build a complete and functional Web site in a group setting to simulate real-world development. Project design and management methodologies will also be introduced to expose students to estimating and project management techniques. PREREQ: Web Development Using PHP (10-152-121). 20607 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 W 4:00-6:00 PM Txt

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) (3 cr.)

10-152-106 & 10-152-106DE

Learn CSS structure and rules to create tableless layouts, using relative, fixed or float position techniques, style and size fonts, create Web site navigation, create accessible Web sites, and work with CSS browser capability. PREREQ: Web Development Using HTML (10-152-120). 20618 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 Tu 12:30-4:20 PM Txt 20617 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Web Design and Usability (3 cr.)

10-152-127

Focuses on skills to develop aesthetically appealing web pages combined with attention on usability and accessibility from a client-centered perspective. PREREQ: Web Development Using HTML (10-152-120). 21074 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 W 5:30-9:20 PM Txt

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Web Development Using HTML (2 cr.)

10-152-120 & 10-152-120DE

Presents the foundation skills necessary to create Web pages using HyperText Markup Language (HTML). Covers design concepts, hypertext links, tables, frames and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). 21088 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 Tu 1:30-3:20 PM Txt 21086 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 W 10:30 AM-1:20 PM Txt 21085 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 M 1:30-4:20 PM Txt 21087 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $283.40 M 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 21084 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $303.40 Flexible Txt

Web Development Using PHP (3 cr.)

10-152-121 & 10-152-121DE

Introduces concepts in developing dynamic, server–side Web applications that accept input from forms, process the data on the Web Server to maintain a database. Two approaches are covered: open source language PHP and Microsoft’s ASP.Net framework. Concepts of HTML extended to learn techniques to develop a robust, interactive website. PREREQ: C#, Introduction to Programming (10-152-111) or JavaScript, Introduction to (10-152-117); AND Web Development Using HTML (10-152-120). 21093 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 Tu 6:00-8:00 PM Txt 21091 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Web Development with ASP.Net (3 cr.)

10-152-125

Gives students a first look at the ASP.Net architecture to create and maintain a dynamic Web site. Microsoft’s Visual Studio will be used to design, code and test multi-page Web applications that use a database and manage state. Master pages and themes, grid controls and 3-tier applications are covered. PREREQ: C# Introduction to Programming (10-152-111) or JavaScript, Introduction to (10-152-117); AND Web Development Using HTML (10-152-120). 21094 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 M 12:30-4:20 PM Txt

Web Graphics, Introduction to (3 cr.)

10-152-105 & 10-152-105DE

Introduces the fundamental concepts necessary to generate and prepare graphics for Web pages. The course will focus on raster as well as vector images. Areas addressed will be color selection, layout, text, optimizing images, creating backgrounds, slicing, creating navigation, transparent graphics and animated graphics. Adobe software will be utilized. COREQ: Web Development Using HTML (10-152-120) or admitted in the Professional Communications program or Writing for the Web certificate. 23542 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 W 12:30-4:20 PM Txt 21097 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 Th 12:30-4:20 PM Txt 21095 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Web Site Animation Using Flash (3 cr.)

10-152-103 & 10-152-103DE

Create interactive web pages incorporating graphics, animation, sound, and programming using Flash. Course focuses on programming Flash web sites. Students learn action scripting, forms, and interactive techniques using Flash programming. PREREQ: Web Development Using HTML (10-152-120). 21101 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 Tu 6:00-9:20 PM Txt 21099 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

Web Site Design Using Dreamweaver (3 cr.)

10-152-102 & 10-152-102DE

Focus is on the layout of web pages, tables, forms, rollovers, DHTML, and CSS using Dreamweaver. Students learn web design standards, elements of good page design, and site management. Skills presented include programming HTML and JavaScript, Cascading Style Sheets, and Flash text all within the Dreamweaver interface. PREREQ: Web Development Using HTML (10-152-120). 21104 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Appleton Campus $425.10 W 10:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 21102 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

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XML Development (3 cr.)

10-152-124DE

Introduces Extensible Markup Language (XML) and how to build Web applications using XML and its related technologies including XSL, schemas and data binding. PREREQ: Web Development Using PHP (10-152-121). 21115 9/2 - 12/22 ONL Online/Internet $455.10 Flexible Txt

WELDING & METALS Fabrication Techniques 1 (2 cr.)

10-457-153

Allows students to fabricate a part from a blueprint and weld the assembly with a specified welding process. Cutting and forming may be required prior to assembly. Depending on the size and complexity of the project, students may be asked to work in a team to complete an assignment. It is recommended that students have completed or be enrolled in the following courses: Welding BPR & Symbols (10-621-133); Manufacturing Techniques 1 (10-457-151). 22612 9/8 - 12/22 LAB Oshkosh Adv Manufacturing Ctr $322.40 M 5:00-9:00 PM Txt

FCAW Techniques (2 cr.)

10-621-125

A study and operation of primarily flux cored arc welding. The student will learn about the different types of electrodes, fluxes and shielding gases used in these processes. Students will be able to weld in all positions, read some basic weld symbols, and have a basic understanding of written welding procedures. COREQ: Must purchase AWS Handbook by enrolling in catalog number 94-621-001. 22614 9/2 - 12/16 LAB Oshkosh Adv Manufacturing Ctr $348.40 Tu 5:00-9:00 PM Txt

GMAW Techniques 1 (2 cr.)

10-621-123

Demonstrates welding on steel sheet metals and plates. Emphasis is placed on axial spray, pulse spray and short circuit mode of transfer. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to weld in all positions, read basic weld symbols, and have an understanding of written welding procedures. COREQ: Must purchase AWS Handbook by enrolling in catalog number 94-621-001. $348.40 22616 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Oshkosh Adv Manufacturing Ctr Th 5:00-9:00 PM Txt

GTAW Techniques (2 cr.)

10-621-126

A study and operation of primarily gas tungsten arc welding on some mild steel, with the majority of work on stainless steel and aluminum. The student will learn about the different types of electrodes and shielding gases used in these processes. Students will be able to weld in all positions, read some basic weld symbols, and have a basic understanding of written welding procedures. COREQ: Must purchase AWS Handbook by enrolling in catalog number 94-621-001. 22615 9/3 - 12/17 LAB Oshkosh Adv Manufacturing Ctr $348.40 W 5:00-9:00 PM Txt

SMAW Techniques 2 (2 cr.)

10-621-122

A continuation of SMAW Techniques 1. Students will complete lab exercises from SMAW Techniques 1. The student will be able to thoroughly understand a written welding procedure. Emphasis will be placed on the AWS D1.1 welding code. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to weld in all positions without a backing plate on both V-Groove plate and pipe. PREREQ: SMAW Techniques 1 (10-621-121). 22617 9/4 - 12/18 LAB Oshkosh Adv Manufacturing Ctr $348.40 Th 5:00-9:00 PM Txt

SMAW/GMAW Basic

47-442-441

Emphasizes flat to horizontal welding positions covering the basic joints--tee, lap, butt, corner, etc. Also covers the different welding wire and welding electrodes to be used. Safety, power source setup and operation are discussed. 21856 9/8 - 11/10 CLS Clintonville High School $137.08 M 3:30-6:30 PM (62+) $42.69 21857 9/8 - 11/10 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $137.08 M 6:30-9:30 PM (62+) $42.69

Welding Overview

Welding classes are offered at many locations.

Welding, GMAW/FCAW Processes Wire Feed

47-442-438

Introduces the process commonly called the wire feed process for MIG welding. This course covers the solid wire, flux cored and metal cored methods of wire feed welding. Safety, power source setup and adjustment, gas selection and proper wire selection are taught. Mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum wires are used. 23788 9/18 - 11/20 CLS Appleton Campus $137.08 Th 6:00-9:00 PM (62+) $42.69

Welding, GTAW Processes-Gas/Tungsten/Arc

47-442-437

Focuses on the process commonly referred to as Heliarc or TIG welding. This course covers GTAW relating to stainless steel and aluminum. Students set up and operate the power source. Safety and the selection of the proper electrode and the proper filler metal are emphasized. 23683 9/10 - 11/12 CLS Appleton Campus $137.08 W 6:00-9:00 PM Txt (62+) $42.69

Welding, Metal Sculptures

47-442-427

Covers safety and basic welding fundamentals in SMAW, stick electrode and GMAW, wire welding. Various welding techniques will be taught in creating a metal sculpture. The basic supply list includes safety glasses, skull cap, and welding gloves. 23717 10/11 - 11/8 LAB Appleton Campus $137.08 Sa 9:00 AM-4:00 PM (62+) $42.69

Welding, SMAW Basic/Arc/Stick Practice

47-442-435

Covers the process commonly called stick or shielded metal arc welding. The emphasis is on flat and horizontal welding positions with the basic joints: tee, lap, butt, corner, etc. Safety, machine operation, electrode selection, arc angle and length, and travel speed are discussed. 23787 9/15 - 11/17 CLS Appleton Campus $137.08 M 6:00-9:00 PM (62+) $42.69

WRITING See:

Communications

47-442-415

Provides an overview of the three basic welding processes: wire feed welding (GMAW, FCAW), stick welding (SMAW), and TIG welding (GTAW). The lab work is equally divided among the welding processes. 23009 10/21 - 12/23 CLS New London High School $137.08 Tu 5:30-8:30 PM (62+) $42.69

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Programs of Study Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree programs help you prepare for or advance in a particular occupation or field. Most AAS degrees require 60-70 credits and consist of technical studies, general studies and electives. Complete your degree in as little as two years, or attend part-time to fit your schedule. Some or all credits may be applied toward a bachelor’s degree program at a four-year college. Technical Diploma (TD) programs help you prepare for a targeted occupation, typically at the entry level. Credit requirements range from 3-70 credits and many programs offer full- and part-time options. Some credits may be applied to associate degree programs. Certificate (C) programs include a focused set of courses for skills needed in the workplace. Some credits may bridge into associate degree or technical diploma programs or to a bachelor’s degree program at a four-year college. Apprenticeships (A) are an earn-while-you-learn program of on-the-job training combined with related classroom instruction for a skilled trade. Both the employer and the apprentice must be contracted with the Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards to begin the program.

Agriculture, Horticulture & Natural Resources Agribusiness Agronomy Technician (TD) Agribusiness Dairy Technician (TD) Agribusiness Management Technician (TD) Agribusiness/Science Technology (AAS) Agriculture Equipment Service Technician (TD) Agriculture Power Equipment (AAS) Agriculture Technician, Precision (TD) New! Crop Application Specialist (C) Exploring Agriculture, Horticulture & Natural Resources Careers (C) Farm Business & Production Management (TD) Farm Operation (TD) Farming, Precision (C) Golf Course Turf & Equipment Technician (C) Greenhouse Grower/Plant Propagation Technician (C) Horticulture Technician (TD) Horticulture/Landscape Specialist (TD) Laboratory Science - Environmental (C) Laboratory Science - Food (C) Laboratory Science - Introduction (C) Laboratory Science - Paper & Packaging (C) Laboratory Science Assistant (TD) Laboratory Science Technician (AAS) Landscape Construction Technician (C) Landscape Maintenance Technician (C) Landscape Series, Home Owners (C) Natural Food Production Technician (C) Natural Resources Technician (AAS) Outdoor Power Equipment Technician (TD) Power Sports Technology (C) Urban Forestry Technician (C)

Aviation Aeronautics-Pilot Training (AAS) Aeronautics-Professional Pilot (TD) Aircraft Electronics (AAS) Airframe & Powerplant Mechanics (TD)

Business, Management & Finance Accounting (AAS) Accounting Assistant (TD)

Administrative Professional (AAS)* Banking & Financial Services (AAS) Broadcast Captioning (AAS) ▲ Business Fundamentals 1 (C) Business Fundamentals 2 (C) Business Management (AAS)* Communications, Professional (AAS) Court Reporting (AAS) ▲ Digital Media (C) Entrepreneurs Starting an Online Business (C) Entrepreneurs Start-up Venture (C) Entrepreneurship, Business Owners’ (C) Event Planning (C) Exploring Business, Management & Finance Careers (C) Financial Fraud Detection, Fundamentals of (C) Human Resources (AAS)** Management Development (AAS)** Medical Administrative Professional (AAS) New! Medical Office Assistant (TD) Meeting & Event Management (AAS)** Microsoft Office Suite (C) Office Assistant (TD) Office Skills, Basic (C) New! Organizational Leadership, Advanced (C) Organizational Leadership, Basic (C) Paralegal (AAS) Peachtree (C) QuickBooks (C) Technical Illustrator (C) Writing for the Web (C) Writing, Proposal/Grant (C)

Construction New! Building Information Modeling (BIM) (C) Construction Management Technology (AAS) Construction Project Coordinator (C) New! Construction Project Supervision (C) Construction, Residential Building (TD) Electrical Code, National (C) Electrician Apprentice (ABC) (A) Electricity (TD) Electronic Systems Technician (A) Operating Engineer Apprentice (A)

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Photovoltaic Installation Technician (C) Plumbing Apprentice (A) Sheet Metal Construction (A) Steamfitting Apprentice/Steamfitting Service Apprentice (A)

Culinary & Hospitality Culinary Arts (AAS)* Food Service Production (TD) Food Service Sales Professional (C) Hotel & Restaurant Management (AAS)

Engineering & Electronic Related Technologies Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology (AAS) Automation & Maintenance, Advanced (C) Broadband Cable Installer (C) CAD Management (C) Computer Rendering & Animation (C) ControlLogix PLCs (C) Digital Manufacturing (C) Electrical Engineering Technology (AAS) Electro-Mechanical Technology (AAS) Electronic Engineering Technology (AAS) Electronics Principles (C) Electronics, Biomedical (C) Electronics, Practical Fundamental (C) Emergency Preparedness Specialist (C) Energy & Environmental Engineering Technology (AAS) Energy & Environmental Management (C) Energy Management & Control for Buildings (C) Environmental Compliance Specialist (C) Environmental Health & Safety (C) Industrial Equipment Fundamentals (C) Instrumentation & Process Control (C) Intelligent Interface Design & SCADA (C) Mechanical CAD Drafting (TD) Mechanical Design Technology (AAS) Motors & Variable Speed Drives (C) Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) (C) Safety Engineering Technology (AAS) Telecommunications Field Service (C) Telecommunications, Advanced (C) Wind Energy Technology (AAS) â–˛

Health Science Dental Assistant (TD) Dental Hygienist (AAS) Exploring Health Careers (C) Gerontology (C) Health Information Technology (AAS) Medical Assistant (TD) Medical Coding Specialist (TD) Nursing - Associate Degree (AAS) Nursing Assistant (TD) Nursing, Licensed Practical Nurse Refresher (C) Nursing, Practical (TD)

Nursing, Registered Nurse Refresher (C) Occupational Therapy Assistant (AAS) Personal Care Worker (C) Pharmacy Technician (TD) â–˛ Therapeutic Massage (C)

Human Services Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse Associate (AAS) AODA Specialty Education (C) Child Care Administrator (C) Early Childhood Education (AAS)* Family Child Care (C) Substance Abuse Counselor Education (C) Substance Abuse Counselor in Training (C) Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder (C)

Information Technology Computer Support Specialist (AAS) Database (C) Desktop Support (C) Exploring IT Careers (C) Help Desk Support Specialist (TD) Mobile Applications Development (C) Network Administration (C) Network Infrastructure (C) Network Specialist (AAS) Network Systems Administration (AAS) PC Programming (C) Security (C) Software Developer (AAS) Web Design (C) Web Development (C) Web Development & Design Specialist (AAS)

Manufacturing Exploring Manufacturing Careers (C) Industrial Electrician Apprentice (A) Industrial Maintenance (C) Industrial Maintenance Basic (C) New! Industrial Maintenance Mechanic (TD) New! Industrial/Manufacturing Engineering (C) Industrial/Manufacturing Engineering Technician (AAS) New! Lean/Six Sigma (C) Lean/Six Sigma Practitioner (AAS) New! Machine Tool Technician (TD) Machinist Apprentice (A) Maintenance Mechanic/Millwright Apprentice (A) Maintenance Technician Apprentice (A) Pipe Fabricator Apprenticeship (A) Pipefitting Apprentice (A) Quality Assurance (C) Quality Assurance Technician (AAS) New! Supply Chain Management (AAS) Technical Studies-Journeyworker (AAS) Tool & Die Apprentice (A) Welding Technician, Industrial (AAS) Welding, Production (TD)

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Welding/Metal Fabrication (TD) Wood Manufacturing Technology (TD)

Marketing, Sales & Service Commercial Design (C) Contact Center (C) Cosmetology Apprentice (A) Exploring Marketing & Sales Careers (C) Interior Design - Commercial Design (AAS) Interior Design - Kitchen & Bath Design (AAS) Interior Design (AAS) Kitchen & Bath Design (C) Marketing (AAS) Selling Techniques, Advanced (C) Selling Techniques, Introductory (C) Web Marketing (C)

Printing Technologies Corrugated Press Operation (C) New! Flexographic Press Operation, Narrow Web (C) New! Flexographic Press Operation, Wide Web (C) New! Package & Label Printing (TD) Package & Label Printing Technician (AAS) Printing & Publishing (AAS) Printing (TD)

Public Safety Child Protection Investigator (C) Corrections (C) Crime Prevention (C) Criminal Investigator (C) Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement (AAS) Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement 520 Academy (TD) Cyber Crime Investigation (C) Emergency Medical Technician - Advanced (C) Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic (TD) Emergency Medical Technician (TD) Evidence Technician - Advanced (C) Evidence Technician (C) Exploring Public Safety Careers (C) Fire Investigator (C) Fire Protection Technician (AAS) Forensic Science (AAS) Homeland Security & Asset Protection Management (AAS) Law Enforcement (TD) Loss Prevention Specialist (C) Paramedic Technician (AAS) Private Investigation Specialist (C) Public Safety Executive Development Institute (C) Security (C) Security Management (C) Wildland Fire Advanced Equipment Training (C) Wildland Fire Crew (TD) Wildland Firefighter (AAS)

Transportation Auto Collision Repair & Refinishing Technician (TD) Automotive GM Technician (C) Automotive Maintenance Technician (TD) Automotive Service Management (C) Automotive Technician - Imports (TD) Automotive Technician (TD) Automotive Technology - GM ASEP (AAS) Automotive Technology - Imports (AAS) Automotive Technology (AAS) CDL Straight Truck (C) Diesel Advanced Technician (C) Diesel Construction Equipment Service Technician (FABTECH) (TD) Diesel Engine Service Technician (FABTECH) (TD) Diesel Equipment Mechanic (TD) Diesel Equipment Technology (AAS) Diesel Power Generation & Marine Service Tech (FABTECH) (TD) Electrical Power Generator Service Technician (C) Exploring Automotive Careers (C) Transport Trailer Service Technician (C) Truck Driving (TD) Vehicle Refinishing & Repair Technology (AAS)

General, Global & Individualized Studies English Bilingual Business (C) English Language Competency - Advanced (C) English Language Competency - Intermediate (C) English Language Teaching (C) General Education (C) General Studies Transfer (with UW-Green Bay) (C) General Studies Transfer (with UW-Oshkosh) (C) Global Business Professional (C) Individualized Technical Studies (AAS) Spanish - English Medical Interpretation (C) Spanish (C) Spanish Health Care (C) *Also offered in accelerated format **Accelerated format only â–˛Shared with another technical college

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Certificate Programs Is a certificate right for you?

A certificate program from Fox Valley Technical College can set you apart in the workplace with highly specialized knowledge and skills. Certificate programs vary from 2 to 36 credits, and many courses are offered online for your convenience. It’s possible to complete many certificates in less than a year. Certificate programs are a good way to organize a collection of related courses – whether you’re interested in career development or personal enrichment. We offer over 120 certificates to choose from in a variety of subject areas. Certificate programs include a focused set of courses for skills needed in the workplace. Some credits may bridge into associate degree or technical diploma programs or to a bachelor’s degree at a four-year college. For more information, including a complete list of required classes, visit www.fvtc.edu/certificates or call 1-800-735-FVTC (3882).

Laboratory Science - Paper & Packaging – 5 credits

Agriculture, Horticulture & Natural Resources Crop Application Specialist – 26 credits Custom crop applicators are in demand. This program prepares you with the skills you will need including pest management, plant science, weed identification, agronomy equipment and crop scouting. You’ll also learn about agribusiness, crop production and computer programs specific to the field. Earn this state-recognized certificate to further your career in agribusiness.

Exploring Agriculture, Horticulture & Natural Resources Careers – 13 credits Not sure which program is right for you? Find out which program suits your interests, personality and abilities. This certificate offers a taste of several career fields. You will learn about job opportunities, potential income and education needed to enter the program you choose.

Farming, Precision – 3 credits Become an expert at Global Positioning Systems (GPS) technology for production agriculture with this certificate program. Explore GPS essentials, GPS applications, and data management. You will learn to use GPS technology as a management tool to optimize production on your farm.

Golf Course Turf & Equipment Technician – 36 credits Do you want to turn your love for golf into a career? This certificate could be your first step. Learn how to install, maintain and care for greens, fairways, tee boxes and sand traps. You’ll also gain the skills necessary to maintain and repair specialized equipment used on the golf course grounds.

Greenhouse Grower/Plant Propagation Technician – 17 credits Put your green thumb to good use while preparing for this satisfying career field. Through hands-on experience and the study of industry best practices, you will learn about plant propagation and diagnostics, and will gain skills in greenhouse management. You’ll also learn how to design and maintain an interior plantscape. The study of ornamental plant health care is included to provide you with a broad knowledge base.

Laboratory Science - Environmental – 10 credits Learn the basic laboratory skills you’ll need to be successful in an industrial environmental lab. Your study will include microbiology, math tools used in lab work, and a broad spectrum of topics related to environmental science. You can apply what you’re learning with sample analysis and hands-on lab experiments. Prerequisite: Laboratory Science Introductory certificate

Laboratory Science - Food – 10 credits This certificate will prepare you for an interesting, entry-level position in a food laboratory, or help you enhance your current lab skills in this field. You’ll learn about food processing and food safety, along with a review of math concepts used in the lab and an introduction to microbiology. Prerequisite: Laboratory Science Introduction certificate

Laboratory Science - Introduction – 14 credits This introductory certificate program is required prior to enrolling in more specific lab science certificates. You’ll get a solid introduction to the core concepts and principles of math, biology and chemistry. You’ll also learn about laboratory procedures, data analysis, safety and equipment. You’ll be well prepared to take your lab science study to the next level.

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Get the skills you need to build a career in a paper and packaging laboratory. Whether you’re just starting out or want to expand your knowledge, this program will cover a variety of testing processes, measurement techniques, and safety procedures used in the industrial lab. Your training also includes a review of math concepts used in the lab. Prerequisite: Laboratory Science Introduction certificate

Landscape Construction Technician – 16 credits Develop a solid foundation in landscape design and construction to become an important member of the landscaping team. Learn how to bring a project design to life with a management system and an action plan. You’ll learn the best practices of using brick and block, and work with plants and equipment to create award-winning designs. You will be a valued member of the landscaping team with these skills.

Landscape Maintenance Technician – 16 credits Once a landscape design is planted and established, landscape maintenance technicians keep the plants healthy and looking beautiful. This certificate program equips you with the best practices of the industry and gives you experience using cutting-edge equipment and technology. You’ll get plenty of hands-on experience learning the skills to diagnose and treat plant problems.

Landscape Series, Home Owners – 3 credits If you like to do things yourself and want to create a beautiful landscape around your home or other property, this program is for you. You’ll learn all about landscape design, construction, maintenance and plant materials. Your yard will be the envy of the neighborhood!

Natural Food Production Technician – 8 credits Whether you want to produce food for yourself or for others, you’ll find this certificate will give you the skills you need. You’ll learn how to use sustainable practices for soil and water, as well as producing meat and growing produce. Courses include everything from soil building to the business aspects of growing food.

Power Sports Technology – 24 credits Learn to repair ATVs, snowmobiles, motorcycles, and marine and personal watercraft in this certificate program. You’ll learn how to do pre-delivery inspections, tune-ups and repairs, service clutches, transmissions, differentials, brakes, fuel systems and more. When you have completed the certificate, you’ll be ready for the Arctic Cat Technician certification in snowmobiles and ATVs and for the Arctic Cat Master Technician certification test too. No need to bring tools; we supply them.

Urban Forestry Technician – 17 credits If you have an interest in the care and maintenance of trees, this program is for you. You will learn urban tree maintenance and management, plant health care operations, how trees function, planting and selection, and chainsaw safety and operation. With these skills you could work in careers related to arboriculture, urban forestry, nursery management, plant health care and utility line clearance.

Business, Management & Finance Business Fundamentals 1 – 14 credits Learn the basic business skills you need to compete in today’s job market. Gain confidence as you practice giving presentations and writing effective business communications. You’ll also learn the best business practices and how to be a successful supervisor. All this will be done using the latest computer applications for business.

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Business Fundamentals 2 – 15 credits Take your career to the next level with this certificate. You’ll learn modern marketing practices, how to apply accounting principles, and improve your oral and interpersonal communication skills. Courses also cover business law, money and banking or financial planning. This is a great program if you are changing careers or reentering the workforce.

Digital Media – 6 credits Increase or update your technical skills and learn to make great videos, ebooks and graphic files. You’ll be in demand with these digital and social media skills. Learn to publish content for mobile devices and how to use social media for marketing and public relations. With these skills you will be a valuable employee for any business.

Entrepreneurs Starting an Online Business – 15 credits Master the skills you need to start your online business with this certificate. Instructors guide you through writing an e-business plan. You’ll learn to design and manage your website and market your new business using safe online business practices. Courses also cover accepting customer payments and how to handle inventory and fulfillment.

Entrepreneurs’ Start-up Venture – 15 credits Want to start a new business? This certificate will help you bring your dreams to reality. Instructors guide you through conducting a feasibility study and writing a business plan. You will learn how to market your new business, obtain venture financing and more.

Entrepreneurship, Business Owners’ – 17 credits Whether you already own a business or are in the planning stages, this certificate program will help you move forward. Learn how to conduct market research and formulate a sales strategy. You’ll also build your business and management skills by gaining knowledge in advertising, Internet marketing, sales promotion and public relations too.

Event Planning – 20 credits Event planning skills come in handy in many career fields. You’ll learn how to plan, promote and conduct effective meetings, conferences and special events. Learn how to manage financials, address security issues and other risk factors in this certificate program. You’ll also learn catering techniques and customer service so you can put on fantastic events for your employer.

Exploring Business, Management & Finance Careers – 15 credits Aren’t sure what career fits your interests, personality and abilities? This certificate program lets you explore possible careers in business, management and finance. You’ll learn about job opportunities and pay and benefits in these fields. Instructors show you how to get into the career program you choose and your credits will apply toward several degree programs.

Financial Fraud Detection, Fundamentals of – 15 credits Develop basic skills to investigate business fraud with this certificate. You’ll learn about cash flow and how to identify various types of fraud. Develop your skills in accounting and software such as QuickBooks and Excel. Courses also cover constitutional law and how to conduct an investigation.

Microsoft Office Suite – 4 credits Want to get up to speed on the latest Microsoft Office software? This certificate will help you learn the essential computer skills used in most offices today. Become proficient in Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. This flexible program allows you to progress at your own speed.

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Office Skills, Basic – 12 credits New!

Construction Project Supervision – 15 credits

Don’t know the first thing about using a computer? We can help. This program covers skills such as keyboarding and using the computer to send messages, manage tasks, file contacts and keep track of schedules. You’ll learn to maintain records, communicate verbally and in writing, and how to provide good customer service. And, you’ll complete business projects in a simulated office environment.

Organizational Leadership, Advanced – 18 credits

Electrical Code, National – 5 credits

Take your leadership skills to the next level with this certificate. Find out what it takes to manage people in today’s organizations. In this program you’ll learn how to control costs, develop budgets and train employees. You’ll also develop the writing skills you need to communicate effectively in a manager role.

Organizational Leadership, Basic – 15 credits If you think you have what it takes to be a leader and move up the ladder, this program will give you the skills to begin your journey. Learn the basics of supervision and management. You’ll gain skills for continuous improvement, selecting new employees, conducting performance appraisals, motivating employees and teamwork.

Peachtree – 13 credits Develop basic accounting skills to be more competitive in today’s job market. Learn specific business and accounting terminology, in addition to updating computer skills in Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Discover how accounting provides financial information through the use of the Peachtree computer software program.

QuickBooks – 13 credits Improve your accounting skills and your resumé with this certificate. Learn specific business and accounting terminology, in addition to updating basic skills in Excel, Word and PowerPoint. You’ll be able to analyze, record, summarize and interpret accounting information to support the financial needs of any organization. Using QuickBooks Pro, you’ll create a company with vendors and customers and learn how to manage payroll, record transactions and generate reports.

Whether you are a beginner, apprentice or journeyperson electrician, this program will help you in your career. You will study all sections of the National Electrical Code (NEC), including low-voltage systems and requirements for solar PV systems. This program will help you build your knowledge and understanding of the NEC to become a more skilled electrician.

Photovoltaic Installation Technician – 14 credits The solar industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in the nation, and offers tremendous opportunities for workers from all backgrounds. Study renewable energies, safety, blueprint reading, and photovoltaic design and installation. You’ll be ready for an entry-level position with a certified solar energy installer and for the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners entry level certificate exam.

Culinary & Hospitality Food Service Sales Professional – 20 credits Want to expand your opportunities and boost your sales skills in the food service market? This program will help you learn how to sell, represent, broker or market food products. You’ll also learn about food service management, controlling costs and selling principles. This certificate will give you the skills you need to be a successful sales professional.

Engineering & Electronic Related Technologies Automation & Maintenance, Advanced – 12 credits

Technical Illustrator – 12 credits Learn to create 2D and 3D illustrations with labels, descriptions and step-by-step instructions for print, video production and web design. You will also gain skills with infographics, product renderings and animations. These skills can be used in fields like manufacturing to create images for users’ manuals, assembly guides and workforce training.

Writing for the Web – 10 credits Learn how to write usable, appropriate content for websites with this certificate. You’ll gain an understanding of search engine optimization (SEO) and social media, and you’ll learn how to insert and properly use graphics and graphics software on websites. Apply these skills in business, education or non-profit organizations.

Writing, Grant/Proposal – 9 credits Learn how to find, research and write grants and proposals using the latest research methods and solid writing principles. As part of your training, you’ll gain direct experience in writing a grant. Employers in business, government and non-profit organizations value these skills.

Construction Building Information Modeling (BIM) – 16 credits New! Experienced construction managers, design professionals, and Construction Management Technology program students seeking advanced skills will find them with this certificate. You’ll learn about building design and material selection, and will use a virtual model to evaluate and track schedules and expenses. Practice preplanning, clash detection, renderings and walkthroughs of commercial construction design models.

Construction Project Coordinator – 20 credits If you are new to the construction business or want to increase your depth of knowledge in commercial construction materials, methods and construction criteria, this certificate program is for you. You’ll master skills in site and building material selection and installation methods, and will learn to evaluate construction plans and specifications for job site supervision. You’ll also integrate sustainable design and construction practices into the material and methods of construction. Your classes will cover building plans and specifications, codes, site safety and inspection techniques. There will be plenty of opportunities to practice your skills with daily construction site activities including meetings, submittals, bulletins and shop drawing review.

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Experienced construction supervisors and commercial construction workers seeking advanced project management skills will find them here. You’ll learn how to manage projects, estimate costs and schedule jobs. You will also learn how to keep workers safe on the job and how to manage contracts. Field study allows you to investigate a specific area of project supervision and you’ll gain experience through an internship.

Technicians and maintenance personnel seeking advanced automation skills will find them here. With this certificate you’ll focus on advanced automation including programmable logic controllers (PLCs), sensors, software, SCADA and the integration of multiple industrial devices. You’ll also learn skills in robotics, motion controllers and motion systems used in industry.

Broadband Cable Installer – 5 credits This program will prepare you for a career installing residential and commercial cable-based telecommunication services. You’ll learn both aerial and underground installation. Hands-on instruction allows you to practice installing cables to residential dwellings, and you’ll learn how to deal with electrical hazards according to OSHA standards. With the tremendous growth in broadband use, individuals with these skills are in demand.

CAD Management – 17 credits Become a more valuable employee by learning to keep a Computer-Aided Design (CAD) department running smoothly, quickly and efficiently. This program will add advanced skills to your Mechanical Design associate degree. You’ll learn to customize and program CAD software and gain skills in networking, data and document management, hardware and software budgeting.

Computer Rendering & Animation – 7 credits With computer rendering and animation skills, you can create video games and movie animations. Or you could use your skills to create animation for mechanical assemblies, building interiors, crime scene reenactments and accident reconstructions. You’ll learn AutoCAD, 3D modeling and materials, 3D rendering, special effects, character movement and particle systems.

ControlLogix PLCs – 4 credits Want to expand your knowledge and skills with programmable logic controllers? Learn the new languages and capabilities of ControlLogix with this certificate. You’ll also learn how to use ControlLogix for motion control and communication gateways. Your training will include plenty of hands-on experience with ControlLogix and industrial devices.

Digital Manufacturing – 15 credits Manufacturers are using a new generation of technology, and this certificate will give you the skills you need for today’s environment. You’ll explore issues related to the process of turning a digital design into a physical object. You’ll also learn about engineering modeling and geometric design, and will gain an understanding of the tools, machines, language and regulations in the industry. This hands-on program will keep you current with new emerging trends in manufacturing.

Electronics Principles – 14 credits A solid electronics foundation is necessary to be successful in a variety of electronics-related careers and degree programs, and this certificate will give you the knowledge and skills you need. Through a mix of classroom and lab experiences, you’ll learn about circuit analysis, DC and AC circuits, digital electronics and more. This flexible program will give you a great start on your career in electronics.

Electronics, Biomedical – 9 credits If you have a background in electronics or electrical engineering, this is an opportunity to enhance your skills in the high-demand biomedical electronics field. Your training will prepare you to advise and assist hospital staff with the safe operation of technical equipment. There are great career opportunities for technicians with these specialized skills.

Electronics, Practical Fundamental – 8 credits If you want a strong foundation in fundamental electronics, this certificate program could be a good choice for you. You’ll learn the practical concepts of electronics, and will study components, circuit theory and circuit assembly. You’ll also learn how to operate test equipment used for powering and analyzing circuitry. Your training covers basic DC and AC, solid state and digital circuits. This hands-on program allows you to practice what you learn in the lab.

Emergency Preparedness Specialist – 15 credits Comprehensive emergency preparation is critical for municipalities and businesses, and employers turn to experts to help them avoid and reduce risk. This program will equip you to analyze risk and then design and manage an emergency action plan. You will learn about the roles and responsibilities of various organizations, including the expectations of OSHA, FEMA, and the Department of Homeland Security for emergency preparedness.

Energy & Environmental Management – 15 credits Explore current sustainability standards and regulations, as well as market and projected growth factors. You’ll learn how to develop sustainability plans and environmental management programs based on EPA, ISO and other national and international guidelines. You’ll also learn the fundamentals of energy, regulations for hazardous materials and waste, and how to reduce the carbon footprint impacts of business.

Energy Management & Control for Buildings – 12 credits As energy costs grow, employers are looking for skilled technicians to manage and control energy use. The primary focus of this program is on automating the control of building environments, and the communication and networking protocols used in these systems. You’ll also learn about HVAC fundamentals, lighting, and fire and security systems.

Environmental Compliance Specialist – 15 credits Gain a foundation in the environmental laws and regulations found in industry. You’ll learn about safety procedures associated with the day-to-day handling of hazardous materials and waste streams, along with emergency response procedures. Your training will include coursework in auditing and inspection programs, air and water emissions, and hazardous and solid waste stream management. You’ll have the skills and training for this specialized career path.

Environmental Health & Safety – 15 credits

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Environmental health and occupational safety have an important impact on business and industry. In this program, you will learn about regulatory standards and the inspection process. You’ll also learn about the prevention of risk factors in the workplace, as well as accident investigation and reporting. As part of your training, you will complete a series of simulated reports and policies to prepare you for entry-level work in this interesting field.

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Industrial Equipment Fundamentals – 14 credits

Nursing, Licensed Practical Nurse Refresher – 7 credits

A solid set of skills can help you get started with an industrial maintenance career in a variety of manufacturing industries. You’ll be prepared for entry-level work in maintaining and troubleshooting industrial equipment, including preventive maintenance. Your training will include a focus on electrical circuits, fluid power, mechanical systems, industrial safety, three-phase electricity and hard-wired control circuits. This certificate is a great place to start.

Instrumentation & Process Control – 4 credits

Nursing, Registered Nurse Refresher – 7 credits

If you have an electrical background and are working in a process industry, this certificate can increase your knowledge and skills with process instruments. Whether you work in food processing, paper or plastic film manufacturing, chemical or petroleum production, waste water treatment or power generation, you will learn to manage process controls such as flow rate, pressure level, temperature control, chemical mix and more. These skills can help you specialize or grow in your career.

Intelligent Interface Design & SCADA – 9 credits If you want to learn how to design, prototype and implement operator interfaces for industry, this is the program for you. You’ll learn about the intelligent layout of the touch screen, and explore proven concepts in screen layout, user feedback and error handling. You’ll also get hands-on experience with several software packages that are standards in the industry.

Motors & Variable Speed Drives – 5 credits

Are you a registered nurse who’s been out of the nursing workforce for five years? This certificate will allow you to practice current nursing skills and give you the clinical experience you need to return to caring for patients. Your training will examine the nursing process, infection control, medication update, recent trends and more. You’ll also complete a precepted clinical as part of your training.

Personal Care Worker – 2 credits If you want to provide assistance to clients in their homes or are a family caregiver or volunteer who assists someone in the home, you will find this program very helpful. You’ll learn the proper ways to assist someone with bathing, dressing, grooming and personal hygiene. You’ll also explore topics like nutrition, mobility, infection prevention, communication, challenging behaviors, emergencies and family dynamics. You’ll have a good foundation to be a skilled personal care provider.

Therapeutic Massage – 18 credits

Knowledge of fundamental electronics will be helpful to you as you learn the theory, operation, programming, wiring and maintenance of DC and AC motors and variable speed drives commonly used with industrial equipment. This additional knowledge of how motors operate can make you a more valued employee, leading to opportunities for cross-training or advancement.

Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) – 5 credits If you have knowledge of electronics and want to add new skills for work in an industrial environment, this certificate is the answer. You’ll learn about relay ladder logic, wiring various types of industrial control devices and sensors, and programmable logic controllers commonly used with industrial equipment. Labs provide hands-on experience with the latest equipment so you can hit the ground running.

Telecommunications Field Service – 13 credits Gain the skills to become a telecommunications field service technician in the cable and telephone industry. Learn how to install and troubleshoot telecommunication services provided to home consumers. Such services include cable and high definition television, internet access and telephone. You’ll also get hands-on training with electronic circuits and systems using a variety of tools.

Telecommunications, Advanced – 9 credits Ready to go to the next level in the telecommunications field? This certificate covers fiber optics, communication signals, telephone and data networking, telephone systems, and voice, data, and RF signal analysis. You’ll learn various cabling methods, proper cable termination and testing. Gain more in-depth knowledge of various telecommunication signals and transmission methods.

If you want a career in massage therapy, or are a health care provider looking to add to your range of skills and knowledge, this is the program for you. You will gain a comprehensive understanding of the human anatomy, with specific attention to the musculoskeletal system. Your training will give you a high degree of technical skill with massage techniques and therapy applications. Upon completion of this certificate, you’ll be ready for entry-level employment and will be eligible to take the licensure exam.

Human Services AODA Specialty Education – 11 credits This program is a good choice if you already hold a Wisconsin license as a professional counselor, clinical social worker or marriage and family therapist, and you want to add certification as a substance abuse counselor. You’ll gain an understanding of addiction, prevention, treatment options, clients’ rights and clinical ethics. Through independent study, you can explore an area of special interest. Completion of this program makes you eligible for an AODA “Specialty,” the equivalent of the Substance Abuse Counselor credential in Wisconsin.

Child Care Administrator – 18 credits Lead teachers or program directors currently employed in early childhood programs will benefit from this certificate. You will receive an overview of the roles and responsibilities of administrators in early childhood programs, and will learn about budgeting, fiscal management, marketing, licensing and accreditation, as well as operations and facility management. You’ll also explore best practices relating to child growth and development to help you establish a quality child care program.

Family Child Care – 12 credits

Health Science Exploring Health Careers – 12 credits If you want to pursue a health care career but aren’t sure which program is right for you, this certificate can help. Learn more about job opportunities, pay and benefits. Discover what additional education you will need and what steps to take to get into the program you choose. You’ll learn the people skills necessary for health professions and some of the medical terminology involved in health care work. This program will help you make an important career decision.

Gerontology – 7 credits Whether you are pursuing a professional career involving care for the elderly or are a family caregiver or volunteer, this certificate program will give you the knowledge and skills needed to be able, compassionate and resourceful. You’ll learn about the physical and psychosocial aspects of aging, as well as public policy, community resources, and safety concerns. This program will prepare you to serve the growing elderly population.

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If you are a licensed practical nurse who has been out of the nursing workforce for more than five years, this program will help you update your skills and clinical performance to return to the nursing field. Your training will cover the nursing process, infection control, medication update, recent trends, the aging population and communications. A precepted clinical experience will help prepare you to return to caring for patients.

If you plan to provide childcare in a home or family setting, this certificate program will help you examine child development, quality standards, community resources, health and wellness, and family partnerships. You’ll also learn how to promote desired outcomes through play-based learning, observation and assessment. Choose additional courses to gain skills for curriculum planning, strategies for guiding behavior or care for children at various developmental stages.

Substance Abuse Counselor Education – 14 credits If you already hold the Wisconsin Substance Abuse Counselor (SAC)-IT level credential, this program will help you meet the Department of Safety and Professional Services requirements for the SAC credential. You’ll develop the skills to interview clients for the assessment and diagnosis of substance abuse. In addition, you’ll gain an understanding of mental disorders that co-exist with substance disorders and develop your group facilitation skills. You’ll also learn about case management and the related documentation.

To learn more about FVTC certificate programs and specific course requirements, visit www.fvtc.edu/certificates or call 1-800-735-FVTC (3882).

Substance Abuse Counselor in Training – 8 credits If you already have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a human services field and want to meet the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services educational requirement for the SAC-IT credential, this program will help. You’ll learn basic information about substance abuse counseling, including clients’ rights and clinical ethics. You’ll also gain an understanding of addiction and explore best practices for counseling clients.

Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder – 6 credits This program is designed for teachers, parents of children with autism, paraprofessionals working with students who have special needs, and social workers, nurses and child development specialists. You’ll develop skills, strategies and techniques to help promote educational and social success in individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. You’ll learn about the impact of early intervention, strategies to reduce negative behaviors, and how to foster play and friendship.

Information Technology Database – 13 credits With this certificate, you will learn how to design, query and update Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle databases using Structured Query Language (SQL) and other database tools. You’ll also learn about the security, performance and maintenance of databases. In addition, you’ll explore the operation and management of client/server back-end relational databases. These valuable skills will help further your career in today’s business environment.

Desktop Support – 13 credits This certificate helps you learn techniques to complete and document software installations. The hands-on training will help you gain skills with Intel-based system configuration and improvement, component care and troubleshooting. You’ll also learn how to train end-users on Microsoft applications. With this certificate, you’ll be able to provide support in a corporate environment or for home users via phone support, remote support and retail counter support.

Exploring IT Careers – 11 credits If you want to pursue a career in information technology, but aren’t sure which specific career field matches your personality and abilities, this program will help. You’ll learn about IT job opportunities, pay and benefits you can expect, and the necessary steps to get into the program you choose. You’ll explore the use of information systems in today’s business environment and try out a variety of career tracks.

Mobile Applications Development – 12 credits As mobile usage skyrockets, so does the demand for IT professionals who can create mobile applications. This certificate will give you the skills needed to design and build mobile applications for iOS (iPhone, iPad and Touch), Android and Windows environments. You’ll get plenty of hands-on experience to build your proficiency. This growing career field holds lots of opportunities.

Network Administration – 14 credits This program will help you learn the skills you need to be an effective network administrator in a corporate environment. You’ll learn how to configure and install network operating systems and applications in single, multi-platform and virtualized environments. The emphasis will be on learning how to configure, operate and troubleshoot problems associated with various network operating systems. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to gain valuable hands-on experience.

Network Infrastructure – 12 credits Build your portfolio of professional skills by learning how to design, implement and support a variety of computer networks. Your training will give you a solid base of knowledge in network cabling and hardware technologies, along with hands-on experience with voice, video and data applications. You’ll also learn about wireless networking configurations, standards and security.

PC Programming – 19 credits This certificate can help you develop or stay current with your computer programming skills. You’ll learn the basic principles of logic and programming, and how to write applications with C#, .NET and C++ programming languages. Your training will also include the operation and management of relational databases, including SQL. In addition, you’ll learn about project planning and implementation in a business environment.

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Security – 13 credits Data security is critically important for organizations in today’s high tech environment. Get the technical knowledge and skills to identify the risks and vulnerabilities of computer workstations, networks and mobile devices. You’ll learn how to protect against intrusion with detection tools and security design. Your training will also include techniques used for ethical hacking and establishing organizational security policies.

Web Design – 14 credits Build your technical and creative skills to design engaging websites for businesses or individuals. You’ll learn about web design standards and best practices, along with the skills you need to use cascading style sheets and HTML. There will be opportunities to practice programming and application of these concepts using Dreamweaver and other design applications. Your training includes web graphics and website animation too. You’ll have the knowledge and skills to start designing for the Web.

Web Development – 14 credits Learn the basic concepts of programming using JavaScript and XHTML languages, as well as the skills you need to create Web pages using HTML and PHP. You’ll also learn about relational databases using Structured Query Language. Your hands-on training includes a capstone project where you’ll apply your learning to build a complete and functional website.

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Commercial Design – 17 credits Want to improve your skills in commercial design? This certificate will help you gain skills in project management, presentation, computer design, lighting and ergonomics. Learn about office planning and landscaping, and how to select and present furnishings and materials for commercial projects. You’ll also develop your skills in computer-aided design. An internship will help you practice using your new skills, gain experience and make contacts in the field.

Contact Center – 12 credits You can have a successful career in a contact or call center with the knowledge and skills you’ll gain from this certificate. You’ll learn the various computer and equipment applications used on the job. Your training will also emphasize the customer service and communication skills needed for this fast-paced, structured environment. You’ll be ready to hit the ground running.

Exploring Marketing & Sales Careers – 15 credits Do you want to pursue a career in marketing or sales but don’t know which program fits your personality, interests and abilities? This certificate allows you to investigate the various career fields. You will learn about job opportunities, potential income and education needed to enter the program you choose.

Kitchen & Bath Design – 35 credits

Exploring Manufacturing Careers – 14 credits If you want to pursue a career in manufacturing, but need more direction on which specific career field best matches your personality and abilities, this program will help. You’ll learn about a variety of manufacturing job opportunities, along with the pay and benefits you can expect. You will also explore the necessary steps to get into the program you choose.

Industrial Maintenance – 14 credits Today’s manufacturers need skilled maintenance personnel to keep operations running smoothly. In this program, you’ll get a solid foundation in electrical power systems and industrial machinery. You will learn about mechanical concepts and electrical power distribution, and will build your skills in electronics, fluid power and programmable logic controllers.

Industrial Maintenance Basic – 12 credits New! Prepare for an entry-level position in industrial maintenance with this certificate program. You will learn about electrical safety, blueprint reading, computer-aided design, and the proper techniques for rigging and lifting. You will also cover machine parts, and the fundamental principles of fluid power and compressed air. Your training includes hands-on experience with programmable logic controllers.

Industrial/Manufacturing Engineering – 15 credits Become a highly skilled industrial technician with up-to-date knowledge of tools, machines, language and regulations as they apply in manufacturing. You’ll learn about the methods to evaluate, problem solve and improve manufacturing processes. Your courses will cover topics like facility planning, material handling, work measurement and engineering economics.

Lean/Six Sigma – 15 credits Six Sigma is a quality improvement process that seeks to eliminate defects and minimize variability in manufacturing and business processes. This certificate will help you gain an understanding of the impact of quality on cost and project selection, and you will learn the project management skills to implement Lean in your organization. Your study of advanced statistics will prepare you to measure and analyze processes to drive improvements.

Quality Assurance – 15 credits This certificate will give you the skills you need to be an effective quality technician. You’ll learn about a variety of quality concepts and tools, along with the weights and measures you’ll use to evaluate results. Your training will also focus on the inspection and testing techniques you’ll use to conduct quality audits. You’ll gain a solid understanding of continuous improvement processes.

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If you are currently working as a kitchen and bath design professional, this certificate will prepare you for the industry’s professional designation, the Kitchen and Bath Design certification offered through the National Kitchen and Bath Association. Your training will cover design fundamentals, color theory, estimating and sales, drafting, construction, furnishings and more. An internship will give you an opportunity to apply your knowledge and skills.

Selling Techniques, Advanced – 9 credits Whether you want to advance in your organization or change careers, this program will give you the advanced sales skills and techniques that will help you achieve success. You’ll also learn about sales management and database marketing. An emphasis on communication skills will help you be more effective working with customers and clients. Put yourself on the road to success with this certificate.

Selling Techniques, Introductory – 9 credits This program can help you get started or advance your career in sales. Your training will help you develop skills in time management, self-motivation and territory organization. You’ll learn the basic concepts and principles of sales and consumer behavior. Videotape analysis and small group interaction helps you hone your skills. You’ll be ready to start selling.

Web Marketing – 20 credits The field of Internet marketing is booming and you can be part of it with this certificate. You’ll explore the principles of marketing and promotion, and how they apply to traditional and Internet environments. You will learn how to create Web pages using HTML, as well as basic Web design using Dreamweaver. Your training also covers how to create effective Web content and graphics using industry best practices. You’ll have a good foundation to start your career in Web marketing.

Printing Technologies Corrugated Press Operation – 13 credits New! You’ll be on your way to entry-level employment in this stable career field. This certificate will give you the skills you need to get started in corrugated box printing, allowing you to continue your education toward an associate degree once you’re employed. You’ll learn about the flexographic printing process, including press operation, equipment maintenance, color theory and printing materials. You’ll also learn job search strategies to help you jump start your career.

Flexographic Press Operation, Narrow Web – 13 credits New! Get into the job market quickly with these skills. You’ll learn how to prepare job orders and how to operate a flexographic printing press. You’ll print multiple narrow web projects according to customer specifications. Your training will also include color theory, measurement and matching. In addition, you’ll learn strategies for establishing a successful career in the industry.

To learn more about FVTC certificate programs and specific course requirements, visit www.fvtc.edu/certificates or call 1-800-735-FVTC (3882).

Flexographic Press Operation, Wide Web – 13 credits New! This certificate can help you gain entry-level employment using a wide web printing press to create a variety of packaging and label products. You’ll learn about job order preparation and color theory, along with advanced techniques to print color work for wide web, narrow web and corrugated flexography. Get your start on this promising career pathway.

Public Safety Child Protection Investigator – 13 credits Gain skills to aid the investigation and prosecution of child abuse and child predator cases. Learn how to collect forensic evidence of child abuse and how to interview victims and interrogate suspects. Your training will teach you the proper procedures for handling and managing child abuse, missing child or neglected child cases. These specialized skills can open up new opportunities for you.

Corrections – 15 credits Learn the skills and knowledge to become, or advance your career as, a corrections officer. You’ll learn about the history and organization of the penal system, including programming, services and inmate populations. You’ll also cover security, policy development, ethics and administration. Your training will include correctional law, and the sociology of correctional institution populations.

Crime Prevention – 20 credits Whether you are a sworn officer or a civilian working in law enforcement, this certificate will prepare you to advise business owners and community organizations about a broad range of security and safety issues. You’ll learn about topics such as burglary, shoplifting, check and credit card fraud, identity theft, sexual assault prevention, Internet safety and more. You’ll also choose an area of specialization such as environmental design and planning or security systems.

Criminal Investigator – 17 credits Law enforcement officers, private investigators and crime scene technicians who want to learn the basics of criminal investigations should consider this certificate. You’ll learn how to contain the crime scene and identify and collect evidence. Investigators also photograph the crime scene, interview witnesses and interrogate suspects. You’ll learn how to conduct computer crime investigations too. You will be ready to assume the duties of a criminal investigator.

Cyber Crime Investigation – 12 credits Cyber crime is a growing concern in today’s technology-based environment. Through a combination of information technology and criminal justice courses, you will get the knowledge and skills to investigate computer and Internet-related crime. You’ll learn techniques hackers use and how to tighten network security. You’ll also learn about state and federal laws regarding the search and seizure of electronic evidence. Finally, you’ll learn how to preserve, verify and analyze data stored on computers.

Emergency Medical Technician - Advanced – 4 credits Ready to take your EMT career to the next level? If you already hold a Wisconsin EMT-Basic license and meet the other admission requirements, this program will give you the skills necessary for Intermediate Technician certification. You’ll train to respond on an Advanced Life Support ambulance. Learn to monitor vital signs, administer advanced drug therapy, cardiac monitoring, oxygen and IV therapy.

Evidence Technician – 14 credits If you are a law enforcement or security professional, this certificate can give you the skills to carefully collect and preserve physical crime scene evidence. You’ll learn how to examine and reconstruct crime scenes, as well as how to collect, analyze and protect biological and trace evidence. Through hands-on experience, you’ll learn techniques for detecting and recovering impression evidence such as footwear marks, fingerprints, tool marks and tire treads. You will become a valuable member of the investigative team.

Evidence Technician - Advanced – 12 credits Add to your investigative and evidence collection skills with this certificate. Learn to investigate fire scenes and crash scenes. Gain skills and techniques in forensic anthropology to identify human remains and assist in the detection of crime. You’ll also learn how to use the structure and biology of insects in death scene investigations. These skills will take you further in your law enforcement career.

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Exploring Public Safety Careers – 13 credits

Automotive Service Management – 12 credits

Do you know you want to pursue a career in public safety, but aren’t sure which program is the best fit for you? This certificate gives you an introduction to the criminal justice, fire protection and paramedic programs. You’ll learn about job opportunities in these fields and the steps to take to get started in the program you choose.

Fire Investigator – 16 credits Whether you are in law enforcement, fire service or insurance, this certificate program will give you the knowledge and skills to be a competent fire investigator. You’ll learn fire prevention and investigation techniques and how to apply science to crime scene management. Experienced instructors will teach you crime scene photography and criminal investigation procedures.

Loss Prevention Specialist – 17 credits The specialized skills you’ll learn in this program will help you become a valuable employee in the retail environment. Your training will include an overview of business-related crime, as well as asset protection and workplace safety. You’ll also learn to identify areas of real and potential loss, and make recommendations to reduce those losses. Gain a better understanding of the supervisor’s role in developing and implementing safety procedures and accident prevention programs.

Private Investigation Specialist – 18 credits If you want to become a licensed private or corporate security investigator, this is the program for you. You’ll learn how to locate witnesses, search public records, conduct background investigations and investigate insurance claims. You’ll also develop the skills to conduct criminal defense investigations and financial asset investigations. An exciting and interesting career awaits when you complete this certificate.

Public Safety Executive Development Institute – 16 credits Current and future command leaders serving in criminal justice agencies can benefit from this comprehensive professional growth opportunity. Through a series of eight one-week sessions over 12 months, you will learn about management and leadership, the planning process, resource allocation and budgeting, and how to build community support. You’ll also learn about hiring procedures, discipline, staff development and labor relations. In addition, the program will explore future trends and will highlight the 21st Century Policing Project. You will be ready to be an effective leader for your law enforcement agency.

Security – 17 credits Security specialists help businesses protect their assets and reduce loss. Learn about the types of crime that affect businesses, as well as the protection of people and business assets in the workplace. Your study will include information about both physical and electronic security equipment and applications. You’ll also learn how to analyze risk and make recommendations to address vulnerabilities. With this training, you’ll be ready to start your career in security.

Security Management – 15 credits If you want to move up in your security career, this certificate can help. Learn the leadership and supervisory skills you’ll need to advance. You’ll get a basic overview of business, along with a study of supervision, security law and security requirements in the business environment. You’ll also learn about the Department of Homeland Security using actual case studies. You’ll be ready for that promotion when opportunity knocks.

Wildland Fire Advanced Equipment Training – 10 credits This advanced training can help you jump start or advance your career fighting wildland and structural fires. You’ll learn how to gather field data and use a variety of GPS devices. You’ll also participate in simulated fire scenarios to learn how to operate wildland fire equipment. First responder and CPR training is included as well.

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CDL Straight Truck – 5 credits This program will help you earn your Class B commercial driver’s license. You’ll learn to operate various types of vehicles such as delivery trucks, garbage trucks, dump trucks and petroleum trucks. You’ll also learn about industry regulations and how to perform pre-trip inspections of the vehicle. Experienced instructors will teach you defensive driving habits, gear shifting, backing skills and safe maneuvering skills. You’ll be ready to hit the road.

Diesel Advanced Technician – 12 credits If you already have training or experience in the diesel industry, this certificate will help you gain advanced mechanical and electrical troubleshooting skills. You’ll improve your depth of understanding and experience with electronic systems, emission systems and advanced drive train systems. With this training, you can take your career to the next level.

Electrical Power Generator Service Technician – 14 credits This program is for you if you want to learn how to operate and maintain electrical power generators. You’ll gain the knowledge and skills to test, adjust and troubleshoot generators and voltage regulators. You’ll also learn how to calculate power factor and identify the effects of reactive loading on the engine and generator. Your training will prepare you for certification through the Electrical Generating Systems Association.

Exploring Automotive Careers – 10 credits Want to pursue an automotive career but not sure which program is right for you? This certificate will help you learn more about job opportunities, pay and benefits, along with the next steps to pursue the program of your choice. You’ll get an introduction to the automotive service industry, as well as a sampling of courses that will give you a good taste of this career field.

Transport Trailer Service Technician – 13 credits Get the skills you need to service and repair semi-trailers, and you’ll be ready for this specialized career in the transportation industry. You’ll learn how to inspect, troubleshoot and repair the various components of semi-trailers, including body panels and doors, electrical wiring, brakes and suspension. You’ll also learn how to perform an annual inspection for federal certification.

General, Global & Individualized Studies English Bilingual Business – 19 credits If English is not your native language, this program can help you develop your communication skills in English and expand your understanding of the American business culture. You’ll also learn about starting your own business. Your focus will be on English terminology and its application in business. These courses are designed to help you build a deeper understanding of the subjects both in English and in your first language.

English Language Competency - Advanced – 15 credits Improve your ability to communicate and interact effectively with English speakers through this certificate. You’ll fine tune your English skills in grammar, writing, listening and speaking. After you successfully complete this certificate, you may enroll in a degree program without TOEFL at Fox Valley Technical College or at many other universities and colleges.

English Language Competency - Intermediate – 15 credits

Automotive GM Technician – 19 credits This certificate is your ticket to an entry-level technician position in a General Motors or ACDelco Professional Service Center. You’ll be prepared to work in the “Express Service” area doing a variety of automobile maintenance activities. Your training will cover engines, brake systems, electrical and electronic systems, as well as steering and suspension systems. You’ll learn welding skills too. You’ll have the skills you need to get started.

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If you want to focus your automotive career to work more directly with customers, this program will give you the necessary skills and knowledge. You’ll learn techniques to maximize profitability and customer satisfaction. You will also develop your communication skills and learn how psychology applies to workplace relationships. Upon completion, you’ll be ready to assume a management role in service or customer relations.

If you are an English Language Learner with basic English skills and you want to continue building your grammar, writing, listening and speaking skills, this certificate can help you get there. Your training includes personal attention and support from your instructors. Cultural field trips can help you learn about the community. After you successfully complete this program, you can enroll in the advanced level certificate.

To learn more about FVTC certificate programs and specific course requirements, visit www.fvtc.edu/certificates or call 1-800-735-FVTC (3882).

English Language Teaching – 9 credits Learn to teach English as a Second Language at home or abroad with this certificate. You’ll learn the theories of second language acquisition, along with English language teaching methods. Your training includes observation of English Language Learning (ELL) instruction, with opportunities to practice teaching in an ELL classroom. You’ll have the skills you need to get started.

General Education – 12 credits Haven’t decided on your major or career path yet? This certificate provides a core of general education courses you can apply to a Fox Valley Technical College program or transfer to another college. Choose two courses in communication and two from social science. With this foundation, you’ll be ready to jump start your education.

General Studies Transfer (UW-Green Bay) – 32 credits Undecided about your major? Want to transfer to a four-year college? If you said yes, then this program is for you! The General Studies Transfer Certificate allows you to take your first year of classes at Fox Valley Technical College and finish your bachelor’s degree at UW-Green Bay. It’s called a 1+3 Bachelor’s Degree. The General Studies Transfer Certificate matches 32 Fox Valley Technical College credits with specific University of Wisconsin-Green Bay general education requirements. Take your first year at Fox Valley Technical College and qualify for sophomore status at UW-Green Bay. That’s a smart start on your education!

General Studies Transfer (UW-Oshkosh) – 33 credits Undecided about your major? Want to transfer to a four-year college? If you said yes, then this program is for you! The General Studies Transfer Certificate allows you to take your first year of classes at Fox Valley Technical College and finish your bachelor’s degree at UW-Oshkosh. It’s called a 1+3 Bachelor’s Degree. The General Studies Transfer Certificate matches 33 Fox Valley Technical College credits with specific University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh general education requirements. Take your first year at Fox Valley Technical College and qualify for sophomore status at UW-Oshkosh. That’s a smart start on your education!

Global Business Professional – 6 credits International business is not business as usual. The Global Business Professional series will help you develop skills in international marketing and product development, sales, finance, banking and logistics. You’ll also learn about culture and communications. You’ll be well prepared to take the NASBITE Certified Global Business Professional exam.

Spanish – 15 credits Boost your resume and set yourself apart from the crowd in a competitive job market with language and culture training. You’ll learn to effectively communicate and interact with Spanish speaking clients, customers and colleagues. Or you can use your communication skills for travel. Your training includes traveling to another country for a two-week immersion experience to live among Spanish speakers and practice your skills.

Spanish - English Medical Interpretation – 18 credits Are you bilingual and interested in the field of medical interpretation? After passing a Spanish/English proficiency test, you can begin studying for this important and rewarding career. You’ll learn the fundamentals of translation and interpretation. Your training focuses on an extensive study of medical terminology for Spanish-English interpretation. You will also develop the skills you need to work with diverse groups of people. Then apply your new skills in a medical setting through a supervised internship. You’ll be ready to fill a growing need in the medical community.

Spanish Health Care – 15 credits If you are a current or future health care professional who wants to effectively communicate and interact with Spanish speaking patients or clients, this certificate will help you develop specialized health care Spanish language skills. To enhance your learning experience, you will travel to another country on a two-week language and culture immersion program where you will live among Spanish speakers and practice your skills. Add Spanish language skills to your resume with this certificate.

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Registration Information Fall registration begins Monday, June 23. Fox Valley Technical College will be closed June 30-July 4 for summer break. To Register: You have four options to register for your classes: online, by mail, in person or by phone. Fees for the fall term are due on August 18, 2014, or 10 days prior to the class start date, whichever is later. Students are responsible for making sure they have completed prerequisites (see course descriptions).

Online 1. Go to www.fvtc.edu/MyFVTC. • Log in to MyFVTC Account. • Enter your Student ID and Password. ¡ Forget your Student ID or Password? Click Reset Your MyFVTC Password and follow the instructions. ¡ Need to set up a Student ID and Password? Click Create Your MyFVTC Account and follow the instructions. • Click Sign On. 2.

Register for Classes • Click Add Classes from the Enrollment section in MyFVTC and follow the instructions. • When you’ve completed the process, if the Status is “Success,” you are enrolled. (If there was an error, the message Errors Found will appear; click this link for more details.) • Click My Class Schedule and Print Study List, then click the printer icon to print.

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Make a Payment • Click Make a Payment/eFAS from the Finances section in MyFVTC. Log in using your FVTC Student ID. Select either Electronic Check or Credit Card as your payment method. eCheck is the preferred payment method. Credit card payments are processed through PayPath™, and will incur a 2.75% fee. American Express, MasterCard and Discover are accepted. • Please see our Payment information and Refund Policy on page 85.

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By Mail • Complete the registration form on page 87. • Include a check or money order made payable to FVTC. • Mail the completed form and check or money order to “Attention: Enrollment Services” at the FVTC site you will be attending. See page 2 for mailing addresses. In Person • Complete the registration form on page 87. • You may register in person at any FVTC location listed on page 2. By Phone • Fees for the fall term are due on August 18, 2014, or 10 days prior to the class start date, whichever is later. • Phone registration will only be accepted until the class start date. No telephone registration is accepted for Motorcycle Rider classes. • Call the campus or regional center nearest you. Phone numbers are listed on page 2. • Please have the following information ready when you call: a. Name b. Student ID Number (or Social Security Number) c. Class Number d. Class Name e. Course Fee • Indicate your Student ID Number or Class Number on your check or money order when submitting payment.

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Fees The Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) Board and the Fox Valley Technical College Board officially set course fees. Fees are subject to change without notice. Class fees are due 10 days prior to the class start date or the term fee due date, whichever is later. You are fully responsible for tuition and fees. To avoid late fees and collection activities, you must pay fees by the due date or officially drop classes according to the Refund Policy. You are not automatically dropped from class by simply not attending, but must initiate drop requests online or through Enrollment Services. Drop requests are not accepted through instructors. There is an additional tuition charge for out-of-state tuition, in addition to regular tuition. This does not apply to online classes. Minnesota residents should use Wisconsin resident fees. Payment eCheck is fast and easy and is the preferred method of payment. It is a free payment option available via your MyFVTC Account and eFAS (electronic Financial Account Suite) and provides the ability to pay tuition online via a checking or savings account. FVTC will also accept cash, check, money order, electronic funds transfer, employer/agency contract and financial aid. Credit card payments are accepted and processed through PayPath™ and will incur a 2.75% fee. American Express, MasterCard and Discover are accepted. FVTC also offers a payment plan option that is accessible in your MyFVTC Account and eFAS. If you have a balance greater than awarded financial aid, you must pay that balance by the designated fee due date. Collection procedures will be initiated and a monthly late fee of $10.00 will be assessed for accounts that are past due. These collection procedures may include an additional fee. If you have a financial obligation to FVTC, a hold will be placed on your record prohibiting student services (i.e. enrollment, grades, diplomas, transcripts, etc). The outstanding financial obligation must be satisfied before any new activity or request is permitted. Holds Past due financial obligation to FVTC will result in a hold placed on your record prohibiting further services (i.e. enrollment, grades, diplomas, transcripts, etc). The hold will remain in effect until the financial obligation has been satisfied. You can view your balance, verify the status of the hold and make a payment by accessing your online account. Appeal of a financial obligation hold may be made by sending a written request to the Bursar. FVTC reserves the right to require advance payment from a student with a prior outstanding financial hold.

Refunds eRefund Sign up in eFAS (in the Finances section of your MyFVTC Account) to have your refund deposited directly into your checking or savings account. No more waiting for paper checks to be received in the mail. Policy Refunds are processed according to the Wisconsin Technical College System Refund Policy. Wisconsin Technical College 10.08, Wisconsin Administrative Code, establishes the requirements for district policies and procedures related to student fee refunds. Refunds are applicable only from the date you officially drop the class through Enrollment Services or your MyFVTC Account. FVTC will not drop classes for you for non-payment or non-attendance. All references to student fees mean applicable program fees (including online course fees), material fees and out-of-state tuition and any fees established in lieu of these fees. Refunds are based on the official start date of the class, not by the date you first attend/access the class or obtain the class materials. • 100% Refunds - If FVTC cancels a class, 100% of student fees will be refunded. If you drop before the first class meeting, 100% of student fees will be refunded. If you drop a class before or at the time 10% of the class’s potential hours of instruction have been completed and add another class on the same day, you will receive a 100% credit for all applicable student fees for the dropped class (must be done through Enrollment Services to ensure proper fee adjustment). This credit will be applied to the fees of the added class. If the credit exceeds the fees for the added class, the excess amount will be refunded to you. If the credit is less than the fees applicable to the added class, the shortfall will be billed to you. • 80% Refunds - 80% of all applicable student fees will be refunded if the class is dropped before or at the time 10% of the class’s potential hours of instruction have been completed. A “W” grade will be assigned. • 60% Refunds - 60% of all applicable student fees will be refunded if the class is dropped after 10% but before more than 20% of the class’s potential hours of instruction have been completed. A “W” grade will be assigned. • 0% Refunds - No refund will be made if the class is dropped after 20% of the class’s potential hours of instruction have been completed and a “W” grade will be assigned. If 60% of the class’s potential hours of instruction have been completed, you will receive a “WF” grade. Appeals All refund appeals must be initiated by sending a written request with proper documentation to the Registrar no later than sixty (60) calendar days after the class start date. A refund request made after the 60 day grace period will not be accepted and you will be responsible for payment. Refunds for extenuating circumstances (situations outside of your control) will be made at FVTC’s discretion. The form is located at www.fvtc.edu/forms.

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Additional Registration Information Enrollment Requirements for Students under Age 16 Under special circumstances, students who are under the age of 16 may be allowed to enroll in courses at FVTC. You will need to fill out a Children Under 16 form, located at www.fvtc.edu/forms. Class Cancellation Classes with insufficient enrollment will be cancelled by FVTC. All fees will be refunded automatically. Students should register early to ensure enrollment in desired classes, because many are filled within the first week of advertising. A decision to run, cancel or create new class sections may be made to give students the opportunity to plan accordingly. Course Requirements/Content Credit course requirements are the same, regardless of location in the Fox Valley Technical College district. Noncredit courses (usually 18 to 24 hours or less) may vary in content from location to location. Contact the nearest local agent, regional center or campus for information. Registration Registrations are accepted in person, by mail, by phone and online. For additional registration forms, you may make copies, call the Enrollment Services Office at (920) 735-5645, or contact the nearest FVTC campus or regional center. (NOTE: If your employer is paying the fee, your employer’s written authorization must accompany your mail-in or in-person registration.) Auditing Any credit course may be audited to gain a general understanding of a subject matter, but you must indicate your intent at time of registration and complete a Course Audit Request Form, located at www.fvtc.edu/forms. Exams, papers or grades are not required for audited courses. Fees are the same as if taken for credit. You may not change audit status at a later date to receive credit for the course. Audited courses do not apply toward degree, diploma or certificate programs and are not eligible for Title IV financial aid, but may be funded by some agencies. Right to Privacy FVTC adheres to the privacy rights of students’ records based on the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act. Senior Citizens Please see the “Age 62+ Fee” column in the course offering listing for adjusted fees. Per the 1999 Wisconsin Act 154, individuals who are 60 years of age or older are exempt from paying tuition when auditing courses, excluding community service courses (aid code 60) and apprenticeship courses (aid code 50) on a space available basis. Any age 60+ auditor must be a Wisconsin resident, will be required to pay course material fees and all other applicable student fees, and must request to audit a course upon registration. Social Security Number FVTC assigns a unique ID number to each student. However, the college continues to collect Social Security numbers for internal use, as well as to comply with State and Federal reporting guidelines. Social Security numbers are voluntary; however, if it is not available, there may be some difficulty in maintaining records. A Social Security number is also required for students applying for aid through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Student Employment Services Helping Students & Graduates Get Jobs

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College Services Have questions about where to turn next? Need more information but don’t know who to ask? Here are some ways we can help you succeed at Fox Valley Technical College. Or visit www.fvtc.edu any time for more information about these and other college services. Admissions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Counseling & Advising (Career, Academic, Personal) . Educational Support Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Enrollment Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Multicultural Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Program Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Student Life. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Student Employment Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Student Finance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Teaching & Learning Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Veterans Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Voice/Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TTY) . Ways to Visit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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www.fvtc.edu • 1-800-735-FVTC (3882) Bookstores For bookstore hours, buyback information and to order your textbooks online, visit www.fvtc.edu/bookstore. To purchase textbooks, you will need your student schedule/study list, which includes both course and class numbers. Some textbooks are also available for rental. For Information: www.fvtc.edu/bookstore Appleton Campus (920) 735-4732 Oshkosh Riverside Campus (920) 236-6198 Earn FVTC Credit While in High School FVTC works in collaboration with our K-12 partners. You can earn college credit and experience career exploration through transcripted credit courses at your high school and Youth Options courses on FVTC campuses and over the KSCADE network. You may also be eligible to receive advanced standing through agreements established between your high school and FVTC. For Information: Contact your high school counselor Counseling & Advising Counseling services are available Monday through Friday at FVTC’s Appleton campus. For more information or an appointment, call (920) 735-5696, or stop in Counseling Services near Entrance 10. These services also are offered at the Oshkosh Riverside campus and the Chilton, Clintonville, Waupaca and Wautoma Regional Centers. In addition, “Career Analysis and Development” classes are held throughout the year. Contact a campus or regional center near you for more information (see pg. 2). Get Four-Year College Credit Transferring credits to a four-year college has never been easier! Starting at Fox Valley Tech makes completing a bachelor’s degree affordable, accessible and convenient. If you want choices and need flexibility, consider Fox Valley Technical College first! For Information: (920) 225-5992 or www.fvtc.edu/4year Global Education & Services Promoting global education with courses, seminars and customized training in global understanding, global management and import/ export topics. Also offering training and coursework in translation and interpretation, culture coaching and foreign language (Arabic, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Hmong and Intensive English). For Information: (920) 735-4810 or www.fvtc.edu/global Business & Industry Services Fox Valley Technical College delivers customized training and technical assistance that drives business results. Topics include lean manufacturing, supply chain logistics, metal fabrication, commercial transportation, computer technology and more. We can train one or one thousand employees, depending on the demands of your operation. In addition, we will work with you to find the most effective training format for your company and staff. Options include seminars, workshops, assessment services and customized training – at our site or yours. Put our team to work for you! For Information: (920) 735-2525 or www.fvtc.edu/bis Fox Valley Technical College is an equal opportunity employer/educator operating under an affirmative action plan.

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