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1-800-735-FVTC (3882) www.fvtc.edu www.fvtc.edu/connect Appleton

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Welcome! Thank you for checking out the Summer Take a Class guide. Take a few minutes time to look through these pages, or search online at www.fvtc.edu/findaclass. There are hundreds of class options. For a step-by-step guide on how to register for classes, see page 44.

You want choices? We’ve got them! At Fox Valley Technical College, you can learn when you want, where you want and how you want. Choose from plenty of options to fit your budget, schedule and personal learning style. From many locations, we offer credit and non-credit, traditional classroom to online classes and everything in between. See page 3 for information on our flexible learning options. Or, if you’re interested in enrolling in one of our 200+ high-tech degree, diploma and certificate programs, visit www.fvtc.edu/programs or call 1-800-735-FVTC (3882).

Accredited andAffordable Fox Valley Technical College offers a solid return on your investment: • The most efficient and affordable option for higher education in the Fox Valley. • FVTC instructors have real-world work experience.

There’s good reason why Fox Valley Technical College has been the college of choice in this community for 100 years. You get high-tech occupational training for the workplace of today, whether you’re preparing for a new career or sharpening your job skills. In fact, many area employers turn to FVTC first to hire job-ready employees and to keep them sharp with continuing education. No surprise, since onethird of the fastest growing occupations require a technical college education. Fox Valley Tech prepares you for jobs that are the fabric of our community – from law enforcement and health care to business and advanced manufacturing... and everything in between. With over 200 programs to choose from, you can train for a career that’s in demand – right here, right now.

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Table of Contents Career Development Accounting ..................................................... 4 Agriculture ...................................................... 4 Automation, Instrumentation & Control.................. 5 Automotive ..................................................... 8 Aviation ......................................................... 9 Bartending/Responsible Beverage Service ........... 9 Business ......................................................... 9 Career Skills & Exploration .............................. 10 CPR & First Aid: Emergency Medical & CPR.......................... 16 Early Childhood ............................................ 15 Electricity ..................................................... 15 Electronic Engineering Technology .................... 16 Energy, Power & Sustainable Power .................. 17 Engines & Power Equipment ............................ 18 Entrepreneurship ............................................ 19 Environmental Health & Safety.......................... 19 Finance ....................................................... 22 Food Service Sanitation .................................. 22 Foreign Language & Global Studies .................. 22 Health Care ................................................. 24 Information Technology: Computer Networking ................................ 11 Computer Programming .............................. 11 Computer Related ...................................... 11 Computer Software – Microsoft .................... 13 Computer Support...................................... 14 Interior Decorating ......................................... 24 Landscaping & Horticulture .............................. 24 Law Enforcement & Security ............................. 25 Lean & Six Sigma .......................................... 25 Management ................................................ 25 Marketing & Sales ......................................... 26 Office Skills .................................................. 28 Office Skills – Medical .................................. 29 Production Engineering ................................... 30 Supply Chain Management ............................. 36 Web Design ................................................. 37 Writing: Communications ........................................ 10

Personal Enrichment Arts, Crafts & Hobbies ...................................... 5 Babysitting ..................................................... 9 Computer Software - Microsoft ......................... 13 Computers for Seniors .................................... 14 Cooking ...................................................... 15 Engines & Power Equipment ............................ 18 Fitness, Health & Wellness............................... 22 Foreign Language & Global Studies .................. 22 Interior Decorating ......................................... 24 Landscaping & Horticulture .............................. 24 Motorcycle ................................................... 27 Pet Care ...................................................... 30 Reupholstery: Interior Decorating ..................................... 24 Sewing & Quilting ......................................... 33 Social Services ............................................. 36 Writing: Communications ........................................ 10 General Education & Miscellaneous Adult Basic Education ...................................... 4 Communications ............................................ 10 English Language Learning .............................. 19 Mathematics ................................................. 26 Program Preparation....................................... 32 Science ....................................................... 32 Social Science .............................................. 34 Additional Information Campus & Regional Center Locations .................. 2 Flexible Learning Options .................................. 3 Programs of Study .......................................... 38 Certificate Programs ....................................... 40 Registration Information ................................... 44 Registration Form ........................................... 47 College Services ........................................... 48

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Drawing, Pencil and Charcoal - Basic (_ cr.)

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60-306-679H

Focuses on the basics of drawing with pencil and charcoal. The class will cover drawing exercises including still life and outdoor drawing. All levels of ability welcome from beginner to those who have experience. 40957 6/4 - 7/16 CLS Appleton Campus $60.28 Th 4:30-7:30 PM Sup (62+) $54.74 ACC – Accelerated CLS – Traditional classroom HY – Hybrid IND – Independent study ITV – Interactive television LAB – Lab-based NET – Internet WE – Web-enhanced

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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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 735-2444 Arts, Crafts & Hobbies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 735-4884 Automation, Instrumentation & Control . . . . . 735-2553 Bartending/Resp. Beverage Service . . . . . . 735-4884 Business. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 735-2429 Computer Related . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 735-5755 Computer Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 735-5760 Emergency Medical/CPR . . . . . . . . . . . . . 735-5631 Foreign Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 735-4810 General Education. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 735-5708 Health Related . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 735-5725 Motorcycle Rider . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 735-2409 Program Preparation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 735-5692

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.-6 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Classes also offered in 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-Wednesday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m.-Noon Classes also offered in 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. Accelerated

Accelerated programs are designed for working adults who attend class one night a week. Most classes run approximately six weeks, so you can earn a degree in three years or less. Classes include both independent and group study. There are additional admission requirements for accelerated programs. Interactive Television (ITV)

ITV links FVTC Appleton, Oshkosh and the regional center locations in Chilton, Clintonville, Waupaca and other sites around the district. ITV links are also available statewide on the BadgerNet Converged Network. Classes are broadcast live to multiple locations simultaneously with one instructor teaching to all sites from one origination site. Students can see and hear the instructor and students at other sites. ITV allows you to save time and money by attending classes at a location near you. Online (NET)*

Internet classes offer an interactive, technology-based alternative to attending classes on campus. Course content includes a variety of media resources to support student learning. Assignments and examinations are submitted to instructors online and class discussions take place in the online environment. Instructors can be contacted by e-mail, telephone or personal office visits. FVTC campus sites have computer labs available for students who do not have their own personal computers. Minimum computer system requirements are noted below. Hybrid (HY)*

Hybrid classes include scheduled in-person (or ITV) lessons and online learning. Over 50% of the course instruction will be online. Web-Enhanced (WE)*

Web-enhanced classes are delivered in the classroom with some supplemental online activity. *Important: Courses taught in these formats provide great flexibility, but require a strong commitment from you. If you take flexible learning courses, plan to stay current with class discussions and assignments, maintain communication with your instructor and be a good time manager. Unless otherwise indicated, classes are not self-paced. To take online, hybrid or web-enhanced courses, you must have access to a computer with Internet service and these technical requirements: PC Compatible Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7 Pentium processor 1 GB of RAM or better High speed Internet access Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher or Firefox 3.5 or higher

Mac Mac OS 10.5 or higher Power PC G4 or better 1GB of RAM or better High speed Internet access Firefox 3.5 or higher or Safari 3.2 or higher

Fox Valley Technical College provides flexible, time-saving options, so you can take classes and still balance a busy schedule. Choose from day, evening and weekend classes, as well as online, interactive television, accelerated and self-paced classes. For more information, visit www.fvtc.edu/flexible.

Six locations to serve you . . . Appleton Chilton Clintonville www.fvtc.edu

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Waupaca

Wautoma Summer 2012

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Schedule of Classes ACCOUNTING Accounting, Principles of (3 cr.)

Spreadsheets, Intermediate (1 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. 40330 6/6 - 8/1 ACC Appleton Campus $399.00 W 5:30-9:30 PM Txt 40332 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $429.00 Flexible Txt

Communication Software, Intro to (1 cr.)

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. 40687 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40667 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt

QuickBooks Accounting Applications (1 cr.)

10-101-145

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: Window Basics (10-107-120) or Prerequisite: Active in the Banking & Financial Services plan and Microcomputer Applications (10-107-150) or active in the Exploring Business, Mgmt, Finance certificate or are not pursuing a degree. 40334 6/5 - 7/31 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Tu 2:30-6:30 PM Txt 40683 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40664 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt

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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 GED/HSED, over age 18 . Oshkosh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chilton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clintonville/New London . . . Waupaca . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wautoma . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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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. 40685 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40668 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt

Spreadsheets, Beginning (1 cr.)

40684

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. 40336 6/5 - 7/31 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Tu 2:30-6:30 PM Txt 40686 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40666 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt

10-101-152

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). 40335 6/5 - 7/31 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Tu 2:30-6:30 PM Txt

AGRICULTURE 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. 40854 6/4 - 7/23 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $393.25 M 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

Agribusiness Work Experience (3 cr.)

10-006-116

Provides independent agribusiness work experience in cooperation with an employer and FVTC. Students are evaluated by the employer and supervised during the work experience by a FVTC instructor. Department consent required. 40871 6/4 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $393.25 Flexible

Agribusiness Work Experience 2 (2 cr.)

10-006-115

Provides independent work experience with each student in cooperation with an employer and FVTC staff. 40872 6/4 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $263.50 Flexible

Questions? See page 2 for phone numbers.

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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. 41283 6/4 - 5/17 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $358.15 Flexible 41284 6/4 - 5/17 CLS Seymour High School $358.15 Flexible 41285 6/4 - 5/17 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $358.15 Flexible

Farm Safety & Equipment Operation (1 cr.)

10-003-105

Shows the student how to operate a tractor over 20 PTO horsepower, including how to connect and disconnect equipment or equipment parts. Topics include specialized machinery for livestock, toxic environments, agricultural chemicals, blasting, fertilizer and the youth certificate program. 40869 6/14 - 6/20 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $136.25 M-WThF 9:30 AM-3:30 PM 40749 6/18 - 6/22 CLS Chilton Regional Center $136.25 M-Th 9:00 AM-3:30 PM F 9:00-11:30 AM 41295 6/11 - 6/15 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $136.25 M-Th 9:00 AM-3:00 PM F 9:00 AM-Noon

Livestock Nutrition (3 cr.)

30-090-384

Focuses on the skills, techniques and concepts necessary for sound feeding management. Topics include determining feed values, economics of feed, nutritional terminology and requirements, feed consumption of livestock, understanding feed tag labels for protein, energy, minerals and vitamins. Evaluation of base feed and feeding programs, and metabolic disease of lactating livestock. Classes are held throughout the year and include classroom and on-farm instruction. 41280 6/4 - 5/17 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $358.15 Flexible 41281 6/4 - 5/17 CLS Seymour High School $358.15 Flexible 41282 6/4 - 5/17 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $358.15 Flexible

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. 41273 6/11 - 7/30 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $86.61 M 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $78.47

Canvas/Mural Painting for Profit

47-306-446N

Focuses on how a talent in canvas/mural painting can be converted into a home-based business. Painting concepts include paint types to use, paint mixing and brush stroke ideas. How to market the business and sell pre-painted designs, special order paintings and off-site murals are discussed. 40819 6/13 - 8/15 CLS Chilton Regional Center $86.98 W 1:00-4:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.15

Cement Leaf Castings

60-306-643M

Introduces the process of creating cement leaf castings from favorite green plants. Ingredient selection and required tools will be covered along with steps for creating the shape and veining of 2-3 leaves such as hosta and comfrey. Used as artful additions for yard, garden or home. An additional supply fee is required. 41290 6/13 - 6/13 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $19.96 W 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $18.48

Cement Leaf Castings Advanced

60-306-643V

Introduces the process of creating cement leaf castings with added embellishments. Techniques will be taught in adding inserts of plaques to customize your leaf art creation. Will also teach painting techniques to enhance your leaf and add personality. An additional supply fee is required. 41143 8/8 - 8/8 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $19.96 W 6:00-9:00 PM Sup (62+) $18.48

Fused Glass, Level 1

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

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. 41275 7/12 - 7/26 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $42.18 7/12Th 6:00-9:30 PM Sup (62+) $38.48 7/19Th 6:00-9:00 PM 7/26Th 6:00-7:00 PM

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. 41248 6/6 - 8/15 CLS Wild Rose Community Center $110.36 W 8:30 AM-12:30 PM Txt, Sup (62+) $5.15

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Electrical Generators & Power Dist Systems (1 cr.)

Automation, Instrumention & Control Lab Hours A number of Automation, Instrumentation & Control classes are LAB-based with Flexible schedules. Build your own schedule and attend anytime during flexible hours. Lab hours vary by course. Check our online class search for specific lab hours. www.fvtc.edu/findaclass or email fleischm@fvtc.edu Plan to spend about 36 hours per credit to complete a course.

Electrical Motors-AC (1 cr.)

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. 41049 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible 40730 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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). 41045 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible 40726 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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. 41070 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible 40741 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible

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). 41061 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40737 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible 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); Industrial Solid State 1 (10-620-152) or Power Control Devices (10-605-127) recommended. 41048 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $136.25 Flexible Txt 40729 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $136.25 Flexible Txt

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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. 41047 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40728 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible Txt

Electrical Motors-DC (1 cr.)

AUTOMATION, INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL

10-620-170

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). 41016 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40708 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible Txt

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. COREQ: DC Circuits 1 (10-660-110). 41027 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40723 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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, electro-hydraulic 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). 41058 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40736 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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. 41075 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible 40746 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible

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 (10-804-113) or Industrial Maintenance Math (31-804-308). 41012 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40703 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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). 41015 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40707 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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). 41068 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40740 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible Txt

Questions? See page 2 for phone numbers.

www.fvtc.edu


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. 41071 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40742 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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). 41072 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40743 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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). 41021 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40718 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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). 41044 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40725 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible Txt

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). 41063 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40738 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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). 41066 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40739 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible Txt

Ladder Logic and Control Devices (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). 41011 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40702 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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). 41023 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40720 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible Txt

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). 41008 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40699 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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). 41022 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40719 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible 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). 41007 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40698 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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). 41052 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40733 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible Txt

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. 41019 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $136.25 Flexible Txt 40716 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $136.25 Flexible Txt

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Mechanical Drives 1 (1 cr.)

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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. 41053 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40734 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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). 41056 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40735 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible Txt

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). 41024 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $136.25 Flexible Txt 40721 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $136.25 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). 41025 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40722 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible Txt

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. 41073 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40744 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible Txt

Robotics 2 (1 cr.)

10-620-198

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). 41051 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40732 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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). 41020 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible 40717 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible

AVIATION Aeronautics Private Pilot (3 cr.)

10-402-191

Introduces students to flight and prepares them to solo and practice for the Private Pilot Flight Test. PREREQ: Admission to Aeronautics-Pilot Training program or department consent; Corequisite: Aeronautics Science Private (10-402-101). 40560 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $8,661.88 Flexible Txt

Aeronautics Science Private (3 cr.)

10-402-101

Focuses on the principles of flight and the basics of air traffic control, weather facts, navigational procedures and airplane operation. Upon successful completion, the student is prepared for the Federal Aviation Administration’s written examination for the Private Pilot Certificate. PREREQ: Admission to Aeronautics-Pilot Training program or department consent; Corequisite: Aeronautics Private Pilot (10-402-191). 40561 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Oshkosh Spanbauer Center $393.25 Tu-Th 7:30-9:20 AM Txt

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. 40810 6/27 - 6/27 CLS Chilton Regional Center $31.53 W 8:00 AM-4:30 PM (62+) $8.15 40916 6/23 - 6/23 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $31.53 Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM (62+) $8.15

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). 41074 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40745 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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). 41046 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40727 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 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. 41050 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40731 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible Txt

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Learn how to provide a safe environment in Home Alone Babysitting course.

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BARTENDING/RESPONSIBLE BEVERAGE SERVICE Responsible Beverage Service

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. 40191 6/8 - 6/8 ITV Appleton Campus $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40568 6/19 - 6/19 ITV Appleton Campus $23.00 Tu 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $11.31 40131 7/13 - 7/13 ITV Appleton Campus $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40574 7/17 - 7/17 ITV Appleton Campus $23.00 Tu 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $11.31 40580 8/3 - 8/3 ITV Appleton Campus $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40195 6/8 - 6/8 ITV Chilton Regional Center $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40572 6/19 - 6/19 ITV Chilton Regional Center $23.00 Tu 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $11.31 40189 7/13 - 7/13 ITV Chilton Regional Center $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40578 7/17 - 7/17 ITV Chilton Regional Center $23.00 Tu 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $11.31 40584 8/3 - 8/3 ITV Chilton Regional Center $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40193 6/8 - 6/8 ITV Clintonville Regional Center $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40570 6/19 - 6/19 ITV Clintonville Regional Center $23.00 Tu 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $11.31 40187 7/13 - 7/13 ITV Clintonville Regional Center $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40576 7/17 - 7/17 ITV Clintonville Regional Center $23.00 Tu 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $11.31 40582 8/3 - 8/3 ITV Clintonville Regional Center $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40192 6/8 - 6/8 ITV Oshkosh Riverside Campus $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40569 6/19 - 6/19 ITV Oshkosh Riverside Campus $23.00 Tu 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $11.31 40186 7/13 - 7/13 ITV Oshkosh Riverside Campus $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40575 7/17 - 7/17 ITV Oshkosh Riverside Campus $23.00 Tu 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $11.31 40581 8/3 - 8/3 ITV Oshkosh Riverside Campus $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40194 6/8 - 6/8 ITV Waupaca Regional Center $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40571 6/19 - 6/19 ITV Waupaca Regional Center $23.00 Tu 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $11.31 40188 7/13 - 7/13 ITV Waupaca Regional Center $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40577 7/17 - 7/17 ITV Waupaca Regional Center $23.00 Tu 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $11.31 40583 8/3 - 8/3 ITV Waupaca Regional Center $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40196 6/8 - 6/8 ITV Wautoma Regional Center $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40573 6/19 - 6/19 ITV Wautoma Regional Center $23.00 Tu 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $11.31 40190 7/13 - 7/13 ITV Wautoma Regional Center $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 40579 7/17 - 7/17 ITV Wautoma Regional Center $23.00 Tu 5:00-9:00 PM (62+) $11.31 40585 8/3 - 8/3 ITV Wautoma Regional Center $23.00 F 8:00 AM-Noon (62+) $11.31 41258 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $33.00 Flexible (62+) $21.31

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Accelerated Programs for Working Adults

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

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, visit www.fvtc.edu/earlychildhood or contact Amy Werba at werba@fvtc.edu. • Culinary Arts For more information, contact Chef Jeff at chefjeff@fvtc.edu.

BUSINESS Business Law 1 (3 cr.)

10-102-103DE

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. 40264 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

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. 40265 6/4 - 7/30 ACC Appleton Campus $393.25 M 6:00-9:30 PM Txt 40272 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt Also See: Entrepreneurship 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. 40646 6/5 - 7/31 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 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. 40434 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $283.50 Flexible Txt

College Success 1 (1 cr.)

10-890-100

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. 40436 6/6 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $133.75 W 1:30-3:20 PM Txt

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Employability Strategies (1 cr.)

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. 40433 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $143.75 Flexible Txt

40197 40260 40261 40262 40199

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. 40237 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $263.50 TuTh 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

English Composition 1 (3 cr.)

10-801-136 & 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: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Sentence Skills score of 83 or greater or completion of Program Prep courses or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 40238 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 MW 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 40239 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 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. 40266 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 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: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Sentence Skills score of 83 or greater or completion of Program Prep courses or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 40245 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 MW 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 40247 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 6/6 W 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 6/20 W 8:30 AM-12:20 PM 7/11 W 8:30 AM-12:20 PM 7/25 W 8:30 AM-12:20 PM 40248 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 6/13 W 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 6/27 W 8:30 AM-12:20 PM 7/18 W 8:30 AM-12:20 PM 8/1 W 8:30 AM-12:20 PM 40249 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 6/6 W 12:30-4:20 PM Txt 6/20 W 12:30-4:20 PM 7/11 W 12:30-4:20 PM 7/25 W 12:30-4:20 PM 40250 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 6/5 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 6/19 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM 7/10 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM 7/24 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM

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40472 40474 40198 40263 40200

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Social Media (1 cr.)

Appleton Campus TuTh 5:30-8:20 PM Chilton Regional Center M 7:30-11:20 AM Chilton Regional Center W 4:00-8:00 PM Clintonville Regional Center Tu 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Clintonville Regional Center TuTh 5:30-8:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus MW 8:30-11:20 AM Oshkosh Riverside Campus MW 12:30-3:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus TuTh 5:30-8:20 PM Waupaca Regional Center MTh 5:00-8:00 PM Waupaca Regional Center TuTh 5:30-8:20 PM

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10-699-121DE

Introduces social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other new media, as used by technical communicators. This 9-week course will stress how to integrate social media for business purposes and apply quality marketing/public relations strategies. 40269 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $143.75 Flexible Txt

Speech (3 cr.)

10-801-198D1

Covers the fundamentals of oral presentation, topic selection, audience analysis, speech organization, research, evidence and support, delivery, evaluation, listening and group problem solving. PREREQ: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Sentence Skills score of 83 or greater or completion of Program Prep courses or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 40465 6/5 - 7/31 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 6/5 Tu 1:30-4:20 PM Txt 6/19 Tu 1:30-4:20 PM 7/10 - 7/31 Tu 1:30-4:20 PM

Written Communication (3 cr.)

10-801-195 & 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: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Sentence Skills of 83 or greater or completion of equiv. Program Prep courses or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 40230 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 MW 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 40231 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 TuTh 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 40201 6/5 - 8/2 ITV Appleton Campus $393.25 TuTh 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 40219 6/8 - 7/27 ITV Appleton Campus $393.25 F 7:30-11:20 AM Txt 40258 6/5 - 7/31 ACC Chilton Regional Center $393.25 Tu 4:00-8:00 PM Txt 40257 6/7 - 8/2 ACC Chilton Regional Center $393.25 Th 12:30-4:20 PM Txt 40222 6/8 - 7/27 ITV Chilton Regional Center $393.25 F 7:30-11:20 AM Txt 40259 6/4 - 7/30 ACC Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 M 4:30-8:20 PM Txt 40203 6/5 - 8/2 ITV Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 TuTh Noon-3:20 PM Txt 40220 6/8 - 7/27 ITV Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 F 7:30-11:20 AM Txt 40476 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 TuTh 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 40477 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 TuTh 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

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40221

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40232

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Oshkosh Riverside Campus TuTh 12:30-3:20 PM Waupaca Regional Center TuTh 12:30-3:20 PM Waupaca Regional Center F 7:30-11:20 AM Online/Internet Flexible Online/Internet Flexible Online/Internet Flexible

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Also See: Program Preparation

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. 40077 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $429.00 Flexible Txt

Linux, Introduction to (2 cr.)

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. 40089 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $286.00 Flexible Txt

Network Hardware Technologies (3 cr.)

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. 40093 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $429.00 Flexible Txt

Windows Server (3 cr.)

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. COREQ: Desktop Security & Configuration (10-154-107) OR PC Support (10-154-104) OR PC Operating Systems (10-150-110) OR instructor approval. 40099 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $429.00 Flexible Txt

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING C# Introduction to Programming (3 cr.)

10-152-111

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. 40074 6/4 - 7/30 WE Appleton Campus $399.00 M 8:30 AM-12:30 PM Txt

JavaScript, Introduction to (3 cr.)

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). 40073 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $279.00 TuTh 5:30-9:30 PM Txt 40072 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $299.00 Flexible Txt

Information Technology Internship 1 (1 cr.)

COMPUTER NETWORKING Ethical Hacking and Network Defense (3 cr.)

COMPUTER RELATED

10-152-117

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. 40088 6/6 - 8/1 WE Appleton Campus $399.00 M 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Txt Also See: Web Design

10-107-113DE

A program which allows the student to learn in structured employment situations under the supervision of a sponsoring business firm and a coordinating instructor. Is designed to provide students with practical work experience in an area directly related to their career major. Requires working a minimum of four hours per week per week throughout the internship assignment. Also includes attendance at a regularly scheduled discussion seminar one hour a week. Second-year standing required. 40100 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $143.75 Flexible Txt

Information Technology Internship 2 (2 cr.)

10-107-114DE

A program which allows the student to learn in structured employment situations under the supervision of an approved sponsoring business firm. Is designed to provide students with practical work experience in an area directly related to their career major. Requires working a minimum of eight hours per week throughout the internship assignment. Second-year standing required. 41289 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $283.50 Flexible

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. 41293 7/9 - 7/30 CLS Chilton Regional Center $40.22 M 4:30-7:30 PM Txt (62+) $5.15 41294 7/11 - 8/1 CLS Chilton Regional Center $40.22 W 12:30-3:30 PM Txt (62+) $5.15 40840 6/18 - 6/27 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $40.22 MW 1:00-4:00 PM Txt (62+) $5.15 40841 6/18 - 6/28 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $40.22 MTh 5:00-8:00 PM Txt (62+) $5.15 41269 6/4 - 6/25 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $40.22 M 9:30 AM-12:30 PM Txt (62+) $5.15

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. 41291 6/4 - 6/25 CLS Chilton Regional Center $40.22 M 4:30-7:30 PM (62+) $5.15 41292 6/6 - 6/27 CLS Chilton Regional Center $40.22 W 12:30-3:30 PM (62+) $5.15 40838 6/4 - 6/13 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $40.22 MW 1:00-4:00 PM (62+) $5.15 40839 6/4 - 6/14 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $40.22 MTh 5:00-8:00 PM (62+) $5.15 41255 6/7 - 6/28 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $40.22 Th 12:30-3:30 PM (62+) $5.15

IT Business Apps and Integration (2 cr.)

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 problem-solving skills. Prior knowledge of office software suite applications is beneficial. 40879 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $299.00 Flexible Txt

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Business Technology Centers (BTC) Open lab courses are for the motivated self-starter and independent learner. Look for LAB 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) Oshkosh Riverside Campus (Room 110) Please check online at www.fvtc.edu/businesstechnology 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.

IT Career Exploration (1 cr.)

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. 41393 6/4 - 6/15 NET Online/Internet $143.75 Flexible

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. 40086 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $279.00 TuTh 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 40085 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $299.00 Flexible Txt

IT Project Management (2 cr.)

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) OR Career Skills for IT Professionals (10-107-110). 40087 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $286.00 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. 40091 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $279.00 MW 6:00-9:00 PM Txt 40092 6/5 - 7/31 WE Appleton Campus $279.00 Tu 1:00-4:00 PM Txt 40090 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $299.00 Flexible Txt

Windows Basics (1 cr.)

10-107-120

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. 40098 6/4 - 7/30 CLS Appleton Campus $139.50 M 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Txt Also See: Office Skills

COMPUTER SOFTWARE - MICROSOFT Microsoft Excel-12 Hrs Learn the capabilities and features of Microsoft Excel. 40844 7/23 - 8/1 CLS Clintonville Regional Center MW 1:00-4:00 PM Txt 40845 7/23 - 8/2 CLS Clintonville Regional Center MTh 5:00-8:00 PM Txt 40922 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Wautoma Regional Center Flexible Txt

47-103-491B $40.22 (62+) $5.15 $40.22 (62+) $5.15 $40.22 (62+) $5.15

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Microsoft Word-12 Hrs

47-103-490B

Learn the capabilities and features of Microsoft Word. 40842 7/9 - 7/18 CLS Clintonville Regional Center MW 1:00-4:00 PM 40843 7/9 - 7/19 CLS Clintonville Regional Center MTh 5:00-8:00 PM 41270 7/12 - 8/2 CLS Waupaca Regional Center Th 12:30-3:30 PM 40923 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Wautoma Regional Center Flexible

MS Access 2010 Intermediate (1 cr.)

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10-103-144 & 10-103-144DE

Presents designing the structure of tables; building relationships; creating advanced queries, forms and reports; and using Access tools and managing objects. Learners automate, customize, secure and integrate Access data. 40452 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40673 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40659 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40516 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40621 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40606 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40442 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $143.75 Flexible Txt

MS Access 2010 Introduction (1 cr.)

10-103-143 & 10-103-143DE

Presents the basic features of Microsoft Access. Learners enter and edit data in tables, create and apply queries, produce reports and forms, import and export data, and integrate Access data with other programs. 40451 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40674 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40658 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40517 6/4 - 8/9 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 6/4 - 8/2 Flexible Txt 40620 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40605 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40441 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $143.75 Flexible Txt

MS Excel 2010 Intermediate (1 cr.)

10-103-146 & 10-103-146DE

Analyze data, apply conditional formatting, apply data validation, use advanced functions, use what-if analysis, work with pivot tables and charts, create tables, create basic macros, share workbooks, track changes, link and consolidate data from other workbooks and worksheets, and import data from and export data to other programs. 40454 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40681 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40663 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40518 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40631 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40615 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40444 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $143.75 Flexible Txt

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MS Excel 2010 Introduction (1 cr.)

10-103-145 & 10-103-145DE

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; and integration with Word. 40453 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40682 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40662 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40519 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40630 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40614 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40443 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $143.75 Flexible Txt

MS Office Suite, Introduction (2 cr.)

10-103-120 & 10-103-120DE

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. 40447 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt 40669 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $263.50 Flexible Txt 40650 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $263.50 Flexible Txt 40521 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt 40616 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $263.50 Flexible Txt 40600 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $263.50 Flexible Txt 40445 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $283.50 Flexible Txt

MS PowerPoint 2010 Introduction (1 cr.)

10-103-142 & 10-103-142DE

Presents the basic features of Microsoft PowerPoint. Learners create, edit and animate presentations, work with tables, charts, graphics, and custom shows, and learn to integrate, share and protect presentations. 40450 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40675 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40661 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40522 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40622 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40608 6/1 - 8/9 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $133.75 6/4 - 8/2 Flexible Txt 40440 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $143.75 Flexible Txt

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MS Word 2010 Intermediate (1 cr.)

10-103-141 & 10-103-141DE

Focuses on functions to format, customize and proof documents, automate and customize formatting, navigate in a document, insert special features and references, create specialized tables and indexes, work with shared documents, and protect and prepare documents. 40449 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40676 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40657 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40523 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40624 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40610 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40439 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $143.75 Flexible Txt

MS Word 2010 Introduction (1 cr.)

10-103-140 & 10-103-140DE

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. 40448 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40677 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40656 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40525 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40623 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40609 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40438 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $143.75 Flexible Txt Also See: Accounting Computer Related Office Skills

COMPUTER SUPPORT Desktop Repair and Maintenance (2 cr.)

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. 40870 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $286.00 6/4 - 6/29 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 end-users 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) OR PC Operating Systems (10-154-110). 40076 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $286.00 Flexible Txt

COMPUTERS FOR SENIORS 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. 40557 6/4 - 6/13 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $40.22 MW 8:30-11:30 AM Sup (62+) $5.15

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. 40558 6/18 - 6/27 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $40.22 MW 8:30-11:30 AM Sup (62+) $5.15

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. 40559 7/9 - 7/18 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $40.22 MW 8:30-11:30 AM Sup (62+) $5.15

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. 2429 or (920) 735-2429.

COOKING Cupcake-Baking and Decorating

60-303-612K

Focus is on learning the art of baking things inside a cupcake, using basic cake mix and different ingredients to make it your own recipe. Learn to make buttercream frosting from scratch. Create beautiful art atop a cupcake using piping bags/tips, fondant cutouts, etc. There will be a cupcake exchange! 41277 7/28 - 8/4 CLS Waupaca High School $28.73 Sa 9:00 AM-Noon Txt, Sup (62+) $26.51

Holiday Cake Pop Exchange

60-303-612H

Learn how to take a basic cake mix and turn it into a beautiful holiday cake pop, your creativity will be set free to make cake pops of your own in several delicious holiday flavors! You will get to exchange your cake pops with classmates at the end of class. 41286 6/14 - 6/14 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $19.96 Th 5:30-9:30 PM Sup (62+) $18.48

Holiday Cookie Swap

60-303-604O

Focuses on the preparation of a variety of holiday cookies. Students share the treats with their classmates and may also take cookies home. 41278 6/16 - 6/16 CLS Waupaca High School $37.96 Sa 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Sup (62+) $36.48

CPR & FIRST AID See:

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10-154-104

Covers the basics of supporting a personal computer. Through significant hands-on activities, learn how to install, utilize and configure operating systems as well as troubleshoot and repair computer hardware issues. Preventive maintenance and connecting computers to networks and the Internet are also covered. 40095 6/5 - 7/31 WE Appleton Campus $266.00 Tu 9:00 AM-Noon Txt

10-154-106

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 (10-154-107) OR PC Support (10-154-104) OR PC Operating Systems (10-154-110). 40075 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $266.00 MW 6:00-9:00 PM Txt

Desktop Security and Configuration (2 cr.)

PC Support (2 cr.)

Emergency Medical & CPR

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EARLY CHILDHOOD Administrative Seminar-Early Childhood (3 cr.)

Electrical Principles 2 (3 cr.) 10-307-185

An advanced course in the six-course series required to receive a credential as a childcare administrator from The Registry and/or a certificate in childcare administration from FVTC. Major individual projects are required with a focus on integration of program aspects in developing strategies planning for change. PREREQ: Administration/Supervision (10-307-180); Managing Finances/Planning (10-307-181); Operations Management (10-307-182); External Environments (10-307-183); Best Practices/Young Child (10-307-184) or instructor consent. 40544 6/7 - 8/2 WE Appleton Campus $393.25 Th 7:30-9:30 PM Txt Flexible

ECE: Hlth Safety & Nutrition (3 cr.)

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. 40543 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

External Environments-Early Childhood (3 cr.)

10-307-183DE

Examines the external factors and relationships which affect early childhood program quality and ability to flourish. Content includes how to conduct surveys, basic marketing principles, licensing and accreditation requirements, collaboration with other organizations, developing funding resources, advocacy, and working for and with change. Must be a lead teacher or program director. 40545 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

ELECTRICITY Control Devices (2 cr.)

31-413-323

Familiarizes the learner with diagrams and devices used to control motors. Circuit logic is examined with the role relays, timers, and sensors are used in applications. Through hands-on wiring lab activities, learners will become familiar with control circuits. Learners will use personal computers and software to construct electrical motor control diagrams. PREREQ: Electrical Safety, Construction (31-413-311); Tools and Test Equipment (31-413-312); Electrical Principles 1 (31-413-313); Equipment Installation (31-413-327). 41254 6/5 - 9/25 WE Appltn Sustainability Tech Ctr $285.50 6/5 Tu 7:30 AM-3:20 PM Txt

Electric Motor Installation (2 cr.)

31-413-324

Introduces principles of DC and AC motor operation. Single-phase and three-phase AC motors are emphasized such as split-phase, capacitor, shaded pole, squirrel cage induction, wound rotor, and universal motors. Students practice making proper motor connections. The National Electrical Code requirements for motor installations are also covered. PREREQ: Electrical Safety, Construction (31-413-311); Tools and Test Equipment (31-413-312); National Electrical Code 1 (31-413-315); Equipment Installation (31-413-327). 41413 6/7 - 9/27 WE Appltn Sustainability Tech Ctr $263.50 6/7 Th 7:30 AM-3:20 PM Txt

Electric System Troubleshooting (1 cr.)

31-413-317

Discusses the methods of troubleshooting residential, commercial and industrial electrical problems. General principles and examples are presented, along with safety considerations. Step-by-step applications show how to troubleshoot electrical systems. PREREQ: Tools and Test Equiptment (31-413-312). 41416 6/5 - 9/25 WE Appltn Sustainability Tech Ctr $133.75 6/5 Tu 7:30 AM-3:20 PM Txt

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31-413-321

Explores characteristics of alternating-current systems and application of Ohm’s Law to AC circuits. Topics include sine wave, inductance, capacitance, reactance, impedance, power factor, and transformers. Learners analyze series, parallel, and combination circuits, and reinforce the theory and concepts about AC circuits by performing a succession of hands-on lab activities. PREREQ: Electrical Principles 1 (31-413-313). 41415 6/7 - 9/27 WE Appltn Sustainability Tech Ctr $428.25 6/7 Th 7:30 AM-3:20 PM Txt

Electrical Wiring Methods (3 cr.)

31-413-326

Develops the basic skills needed for planning and installing electrical equipment. This course covers the electrical devices and wiring techniques that are common to residential, commercial and industrial applications through the use of typical construction plans, specifications layout and design. The appropriate safety and code requirements are stressed. In addition to classroom and lab work, students complete the trim-out stage of a residential building wiring project. PREREQ: Electrical Safety, Construction (31-413-311); National Electrical Code 1 (31-413-315); Equipment Installation (31-413-327). 41414 6/7 - 9/27 WE Appltn Sustainability Tech Ctr $428.25 6/7 Th 7:30 AM-3:20 PM Txt

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. 41389 6/5 - 8/7 CLS Appleton Campus $133.75 Tu 5:00-9:00 PM Txt

National Electrical Code 2-Internet (1 cr.)

31-413-322DE

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. 41425 6/4 - 9/28 NET Online/Internet $143.75 Flexible 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. 41423 6/4 - 9/28 NET Online/Internet $143.75 Flexible Txt

Tools for Success (2 cr.)

31-413-320DE

Specifically for people choosing a career in Electrical Construction or Maintenance. Focuses on workplace productivity, teamwork, conflict management, communications and critical thinking. Learners apply examples drawn from construction-related documents such as OSHA regulations, training manuals, materials lists, specification, blueprints and construction-related settings, with situations encountered on a typical job site. 41419 6/4 - 9/28 NET Online/Internet $283.50 Flexible Txt

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). 41009 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40700 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt

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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). 41042 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40724 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt

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). 41005 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40696 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 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). 41006 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40697 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt

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

10-620-103

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). 41010 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $146.00 Flexible Txt 40701 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $146.00 Flexible Txt

Digital Electronics Tech 1 (1 cr.)

10-660-130

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). 41014 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40706 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt

Electronic Engineering Technology Lab Hours A number of Electronic Engineering Technology related classes are LAB-based with Flexible schedules. Build your own schedule and attend anytime during flexible hours. Lab hours vary by course. Check our online class search for specific lab hours.

Digital Electronics Tech 2 (1 cr.)

10-660-131

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). 41018 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40715 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt

Electrical Safety, Industry (1 cr.)

10-609-101DE

Describes hazards of electrical work and basic approaches to working safely. Students learn skills to recognize, evaluate and control electrical hazards. Includes personnel protective equipment and how to perform construction tasks safely. Introduces OSHA mandated Lockout/Tagout procedures and prepares learners for additional safety training. Upon successful completion, the student will receive a Department of Labor OSHA General Industry Safety and Health 10-hour completion card. 40704 6/7 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $143.75 Flexible

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). 41013 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40705 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 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). 41017 6/5 - 8/1 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40709 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt

EMERGENCY MEDICAL & CPR 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. 40002 6/16 - 6/16 CLS Appleton Campus $25.69 Sa 7:30 AM-Noon Txt (62+) $8.15 40003 7/21 - 7/21 CLS Appleton Campus $25.69 Sa 7:30 AM-Noon Txt (62+) $8.15 40806 6/18 - 6/18 CLS Chilton Regional Center $25.69 M 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.15 40807 7/16 - 7/16 CLS Chilton Regional Center $25.69 M 12:30-5:30 PM Txt (62+) $8.15 40917 6/12 - 6/12 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $25.69 Tu 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.15 40919 8/2 - 8/2 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $25.69 Th 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.15 40049 6/7 - 6/7 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $25.69 Th 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.15 41251 7/18 - 7/18 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $25.69 W 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.15 41246 6/5 - 6/5 CLS Wild Rose Hospital $25.69 Tu 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.15

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AHA BLS Healthcare Renewal CPR

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. 40004 6/16 - 6/16 CLS Appleton Campus $19.84 Sa 7:30 AM-Noon Txt (62+) $8.15 40005 7/21 - 7/21 CLS Appleton Campus $19.84 Sa 7:30 AM-Noon Txt (62+) $8.15 40808 6/18 - 6/18 CLS Chilton Regional Center $19.84 M 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.15 40809 7/16 - 7/16 CLS Chilton Regional Center $19.84 M 12:30-5:30 PM Txt (62+) $8.15 40918 6/12 - 6/12 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $19.84 Tu 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.15 40920 8/2 - 8/2 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $19.84 Th 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.15 40050 6/7 - 6/7 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $19.84 Th 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.15 41252 7/18 - 7/18 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $19.84 W 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.15 41247 6/5 - 6/5 CLS Wild Rose Hospital $19.84 Tu 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.15

CPR - Heartsaver AED and First Aid

47-531-483

Teaches and evaluates the following skills: Public Access Defibrillation (PAD), basic first aid, one-rescuer 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 Healthcare CPR card with two-year certification. 41249 7/25 - 7/25 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $26.69 W 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $9.15 40952 6/11 - 6/11 CLS Wild Rose Hospital $26.69 M 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $9.15

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. 41250 7/25 - 7/25 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $19.84 W 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.15 40953 6/11 - 6/11 CLS Wild Rose Hospital $19.84 M 5:00-10:00 PM Txt (62+) $8.15

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

10-481-102

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. 41172 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible 40982 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 Flexible

Economics & Procurement of Energy (3 cr.)

10-481-108

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. 41173 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt 41122 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

Energy & Environmental Conservation (3 cr.)

10-481-107

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). 41174 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt 41119 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

Energy Production & Use (3 cr.)

10-481-106

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. 41171 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt 41120 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

Fundamentals of Energy (2 cr.)

10-481-104

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. 41169 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible 41123 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $263.50 Flexible

Photovoltaic Design & Installation (2 cr.)

10-482-104

Teaches participants to apply National Electrical Code requirements, installation techniques, and safety practices by installing a photovoltaic system on a training roof or residential construction project. This course is third in a series of three designed to prepare individuals to sit for the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) Entry Level Certificate Program Exam. 41417 6/5 - 9/25 WE Appltn Sustainability Tech Ctr $263.50 6/5 Tu 7:30 AM-3:20 PM Txt

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Sustainability as a Business Strategy (3 cr.)

10-480-103

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. 41170 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

Sustainability Assessment & Design (2 cr.)

10-480-105

Begins the process of understanding a site and the power uses and losses that exist. The course will review the techniques for determining the power generation, power loss and corrective actions. The student will use that data to prepare a sustainability report that provides an outline of the existing power uses and what corrective actions can improve the situation. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. 41176 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible

ENGINES & POWER EQUIPMENT Ag Grain Harvesting (3 cr.)

10-003-121

Provides theory of operation, adjustments and service repair of grain and forage harvesting equipment. Lab work includes hands-on service of combine and forage harvesting equipment. Machines covered include combines, self-propelled and pull-type forage harvesters, round, small and large square balers. 40851 6/5 - 7/26 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $408.75 Tu-Th 7:30 AM-Noon Txt

Agriculture Air Conditioning (1 cr.)

10-003-115

Provides theory of operation, service and testing of air conditioning units used to cool operator’s cab of modern equipment. Students will have lab work consisting of leak detection, evacuation, charging of systems, R-12 to R134A conversions, electrical circuits and diagnostics of systems. Students will have the opportunity to apply for the Wisconsin State Air Conditioning Certification. 40852 6/4 - 7/23 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $136.25 M 12:30-5:00 PM Txt

Internship in OPE and Power Sports (3 cr.)

Learn skills for high-tech jobs that are in demand.

Photovoltaics, Intermediate (1 cr.)

10-482-103DE

Teaches participants design and installation methods, including system layout, sizing, wiring, and connections by assembling a small photovoltaic (PV) system. This course is second in a series of three designed to prepare individuals to sit for the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) Entry Level Certificate Program Exam. 41420 6/4 - 9/28 NET Online/Internet $143.75 Flexible Txt

Process Development Application (2 cr.)

10-481-103

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. 41178 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible 40990 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $263.50 Flexible

Renewable Energies, Overview (2 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. 41222 6/1 - 6/21 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $393.25 MTu 7:30 AM-12:20 PM WTh 7:30 AM-4:30 PM F 7:30 AM-Noon

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. 40853 6/5 - 7/26 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $408.75 Tu 1:00-5:00 PM WTh 1:00-4:20 PM

10-480-101DE

Provides an overview of renewable energy and introduces students to various applications involving solar (thermal and photovoltaic), hydroelectric, wind, geothermal, and energy from biomass-biofuels. Issues relevant to energy management applications are discussed, with an emphasis on energy conservation. 41418 6/4 - 9/28 NET Online/Internet $283.50 Flexible

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Turf Grass Equipment (2 cr.)

10-461-103

Focuses on the repair and maintenance of the equipment used in turf grass and landscaping. Reel and deck mowers, pulverizers, power rakes and seedling devices are discussed. Safety glasses are required. 41223 6/4 - 6/19 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $292.00 MTuMTuTh 12:30-5:20 PM

English Language Learning English Language Learning (ELL) is a program designed to meet the needs of adults whose native language is not English. Courses focus on reading, writing, speaking and career skills to prepare you for college coursework and employment. www.fvtc.edu/learnEnglish • (920) 735-2443

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. 40256 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $283.50 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. 40254 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 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. 40255 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY Accident Investigation (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. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41353 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Flexible Txt 41309 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $423.25 Flexible 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. The student will learn how to conduct the monitoring function in an organization to locate and report existing and potential hazards. Additionally, the student will develop site specific inspection forms in selected topic areas. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41356 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt 41310 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt

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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. 41355 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Flexible Txt 41300 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $423.25 Flexible 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. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41345 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible 41301 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $283.50 Flexible

Compliance, Safety and Accountability for DOT (2 cr.)

ENTREPRENEURSHIP Entrepreneurial Venture Financing (2 cr.)

Business Continuity Planning (3 cr.)

10-449-139D1

Investigates and explains this DOT safety program aimed at identifying unsafe carrier and driver behaviors, including the operational model for evaluating unsafe driving, fatigued driving, controlled substance use, vehicle maintenance and crash indicators. Explores results of inspections, interventions and penalties, and determination of suspension. 41374 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt

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. 41352 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible 41302 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $283.50 Flexible

DOT Hazardous Materials (2 cr.)

10-449-143D1

Includes DOT identification of items which are hazardous and regulated when being transported, documentation and bills of lading, prohibited actions, and required actions. Also explanation of the placarding and other labeling requirements and safety planning. 41378 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt

DOT Regulations (3 cr.)

10-449-142D1

Provides a detailed study of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations. Topics include the shipment of regulated and non-regulated goods, labeling and packaging. Emphasis will be on shipping papers and site recordkeeping. 41377 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Flexible 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. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. PREREQ: Regulatory Compliance (10-449-102) or active in Safety and Occupational Health certificate or instructor consent. 41359 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $143.75 Flexible Txt 41311 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $143.75 Flexible Txt

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Driver Qualifications (1 cr.)

10-449-140D1

Includes rules for licensing and testing professional drivers, including all special safety requirements for CDL drivers such as passenger, air brake, and hazardous materials endorsements and alcohol and controlled substance testing of drivers and safety sensitive positions. The recordkeeping and reporting requirements are a part of this class. 41375 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $143.75 Flexible Txt

Drug & Alcohol Testing (2 cr.)

10-449-141D1

Explains the need and requirements for evaluating drivers before they take control of their vehicles, plus routine and special testing of drivers who show signs of impairment, as well as the procedure required for valid testing, documentation, and actions in the event of unsatisfactory test results. 41376 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible 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. 41363 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Flexible Txt

Ergonomics (3 cr.)

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. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41354 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Flexible Txt 41303 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $423.25 Flexible Txt

Facility Threat and Risk Assessment (2 cr.)

10-449-138D1

Covers methods of discovery for risk factors for a facility. Threats may be present because of facility location, weather, man-made and other natural conditions. Also how to address and mitigate known risks and manage actual events which may occur, including inspection and documentation for insurance and other claims. 41370 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt

Hazardous Materials & Waste Regulations (2 cr.)

10-449-124D1

Reviews 29CFR1910, subpart H requirement for hazardous materials and waste in the workplace. The course will also review the safety considerations found in Wisconsin DNR regulations. Focus will be given to emerging technologies. This course is designed to be delivered online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41373 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt 41312 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt

HVAC Systems & Safety (2 cr.)

10-449-125D1

Provides students with a practical knowledge and understanding of HVAC systems and the safety concerns with these systems. Topics include safe maintenance, recordkeeping, and troubleshooting of refrigeration equipment and air conditioning systems found in industrial and commercial establishments. 41367 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible 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. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41360 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt 41304 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt

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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. 41364 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible 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. 41365 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible 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. The student will develop the appropriate written plans to respond to the identified potential exposure. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41351 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt 41313 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $283.50 Flexible 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. 41362 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible 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. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41371 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Flexible Txt 41305 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $423.25 Flexible Txt

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. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41340 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Flexible Txt 41314 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $423.25 Flexible 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. 41357 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $143.75 Flexible 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. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41350 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $143.75 Flexible 41383 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $143.75 Flexible

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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. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41372 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Flexible 41306 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $423.25 Flexible

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. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41341 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt 41307 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt

Powered Industrial Truck Operator Training (2 cr.)

31-449-304

Introduces students to the skills needed to operate the most common powered industrial trucks (PIT) used on construction sites and OSHA standards. OSHA’s Forklift Rule requires operators of powered industrial trucks to be trained in their safe operation. Learners will become proficient with the operation, inspection, precautions and maintenance of forklifts (rough terrain straight-mast and extended-reach), aerial work platforms (scissors lifts and boom lifts), skidsteers and loaders. Training consists of classroom and hands-on instruction. This course, coupled with individual operator evaluation, meets OSHA standards and upon successful completion, the student will receive a Powered Industrial Truck Operator completion card. 41253 6/8 - 9/28 CLS Appltn Sustainability Tech Ctr $263.50 F 8:30 AM-12:20 PM

Principles of Safety Security (2 cr.)

10-449-110D1

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. 41315 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt

Private Fire Protection (3 cr.)

10-449-111D1

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. 41366 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Flexible Txt 41316 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $423.25 Flexible Txt

Private Infrastructure Assessment (2 cr.)

10-449-137D1

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. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41344 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Flexible Txt 41317 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $423.25 Flexible 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. 41342 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt 41308 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $283.50 Flexible 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. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41343 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Flexible Txt 41318 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $423.25 Flexible 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. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41358 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $143.75 Flexible Txt 41319 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $143.75 Flexible 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. This course is designed to be delivered all or partially online. Alternate modes of delivery are available upon request. 41361 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Flexible Txt 41320 6/4 - 8/2 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $423.25 Flexible Txt

Covers physical security concerns and how to inspect and evaluate a variety of facilities, occupancies and operations to discover weaknesses and strengths. Also includes approaches to improve overall safety/security posture. Students will use a Vulnerability Assessment model and discuss table top exercises to test various approaches to identified concerns. 41369 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt

Private Security Systems (2 cr.)

10-449-126D1

Covers components and function of detection systems, including ultrasonic, infrared, proximity, camera and developing technologies. Also includes legal concerns relating to monitoring activities and documentation requirements. Overall benefits and concerns of varying approaches and technology will be discussed. 41368 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt

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Vehicle Operations Management (2 cr.)

10-449-144D1

Explains that vehicle operations can vary depending on the fleet the company operates. This course covers management’s role, driver selection and responsibilities, maintenance and inspection. Liability exposure is also discussed in the course. 41379 6/4 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $283.50 Flexible Txt

FINANCE 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. 40251 6/5 - 7/31 ACC Appleton Campus $393.25 Tu 5:30-9:30 PM Txt 40500 6/7 - 8/2 ACC Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 Th 5:30-9:30 PM Txt

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. 41274 6/11 - 7/30 CLS Waupaca Recreation Center $49.58 M 7:00-8:30 PM (62+) $45.14

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. 40813 6/5 - 7/12 CLS Chilton Regional Center $34.38 6/5 - 6/14 TuTh 1:45-3:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.15 6/26 - 6/28 TuTh 1:45-3:00 PM 7/10 - 7/12 TuTh 1:45-3:00 PM 40815 6/5 - 7/12 CLS Chilton Regional Center $34.38 6/5 - 6/14 TuTh 3:15-4:30 PM Sup (62+) $5.15 6/26 - 6/28 TuTh 3:15-4:30 PM 7/10 - 7/12 TuTh 3:15-4:30 PM 40814 7/17 - 8/16 CLS Chilton Regional Center $34.38 TuTh 2:00-3:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.15 40816 7/17 - 8/16 CLS Chilton Regional Center $34.38 TuTh 3:15-4:15 PM Sup (62+) $5.15 40811 6/5 - 7/12 CLS Hilbert Village Hall $34.38 6/5 - 6/14 TuTh 10:15-11:30 AM Sup (62+) $5.15 6/26 - 6/28 TuTh 10:15-11:30 AM 7/10 - 7/12 TuTh 10:15-11:30 AM 40812 7/17 - 8/16 CLS Hilbert Village Hall $34.38 TuTh 10:30-11:30 AM Sup (62+) $5.15

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. 40820 6/4 - 7/11 CLS Chilton Regional Center $34.38 MW 4:00-5:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.15 40821 7/16 - 8/20 CLS Chilton Regional Center $34.38 MW 4:00-5:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.15

Stress Management (1 cr.)

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. 40817 6/5 - 7/12 CLS Chilton Regional Center $34.38 6/5 - 6/14 TuTh 5:00-6:15 PM Sup (62+) $5.15 6/26 - 6/28 TuTh 5:00-6:15 PM 7/10 - 7/12 TuTh 5:00-6:15 PM 40818 7/17 - 8/16 CLS Chilton Regional Center $34.38 TuTh 5:00-6:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.15

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. 40747 6/11 - 8/20 CLS Chilton MS Indoor Pool $42.18 M 5:15-6:15 PM Sup (62+) $38.48 40748 6/13 - 8/22 CLS Chilton MS Indoor Pool $42.18 W 5:15-6:15 PM Sup (62+) $38.48

FOOD SERVICE SANITATION

FITNESS, HEALTH & WELLNESS Ballroom/Social Dance

Therapeutic Relaxation-Yoga

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. 40167 6/4 - 6/20 WE Appleton Campus $133.75 MW 12:30-3:30 PM Txt

Food Protection Manager Recertification

47-303-491

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 Sanitation Recertification/Food Managers) 41382 6/4 - 6/4 CLS Appleton Campus $20.84 M 4:00-8:00 PM (62+) $9.15

FOREIGN LANGUAGE & GLOBAL STUDIES 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. 40488 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $263.50 MW 5:30-7:20 PM Txt

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. 40506 6/5 - 7/19 CLS Appleton Campus $423.25 TuThF Noon-2:50 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. 40503 6/5 - 7/20 CLS Appleton Campus $423.25 TuThF Noon-2:50 PM

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. 40505 6/4 - 7/19 CLS Appleton Campus $423.25 MTuTh Noon-2:50 PM Txt

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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. 40502 6/4 - 7/19 CLS Appleton Campus $423.25 MTuTh Noon-2:50 PM Txt

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. 41381 6/4 - 7/19 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $423.25 MWTh Noon-2:50 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. 40501 6/4 - 7/19 CLS Appleton Campus $423.25 MWTh Noon-2:50 PM Txt 41380 6/4 - 7/19 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $423.25 MWTh Noon-2:50 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. 40489 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $263.50 MW 6:00-7:50 PM Txt

Spanish 1 (3 cr.)

10-802-100D1 & 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. 41004 6/6 - 8/1 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 W 8:30-11:20 AM Txt Flexible 40491 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt 40492 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible 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. 40497 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 TuTh 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

Spanish 1 Refresher (1 cr.)

10-802-100A

Provides interactive review and reinforcement of concepts covered during Spanish 1 with an emphasis on conversation. 40493 6/5 - 7/31 CLS Appleton Campus $133.75 Tu 5:30-7:20 PM

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. 40498 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 TuTh 12:30-3:20 PM Txt

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Online Foreign Language Lab FVTC has partnered with Rosetta StoneŽ to provide flexible, interactive, self-paced language learning. Work at your own pace, at any level. Practice reading, writing, speaking and listening through intuitive, interactive and visually engaging activities. The online language lab uses technology to accelerate language learning and includes live, interactive coaching sessions with native speakers, and online activities that encourage you to interact and use your new language skills. www.fvtc.edu/global • (920) 735-4810 Spanish 2 Refresher (1 cr.)

10-802-101A

Provides interactive review and reinforcement of concepts covered during Spanish 2 with an emphasis on conversation. 40494 6/7 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $133.75 Th 5:30-7:20 PM

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. 40495 6/5 - 7/31 CLS Appleton Campus $133.75 Tu 5:30-7:20 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. 41157 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $272.75 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. 41155 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $272.75 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. 41156 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $272.75 Flexible Txt

HEALTH CARE Body Structure and Function (2 cr.)

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. 40146 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $283.50 Flexible Txt 40147 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $283.50 Flexible Txt

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Reupholstery

Interested in Becoming a Nursing Assistant? Classes offered in Appleton, Oshkosh, Chilton, Clintonville and Waupaca. Call the location nearest you for more information (see page 2).

Sketching for Interior Design (1 cr.) Human Diseases for Health Care Professions (3 cr.)

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. 40157 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt 40158 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt 40159 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

Medical Law, Ethics & Profess (2 cr.)

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. 40163 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $283.50 Flexible Txt 40164 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $283.50 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. 41287 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 Tu 8:00 AM-Noon Txt Th 9:00-11:00 AM 40148 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt 40149 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt 40150 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt 40151 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt 40152 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt 40153 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

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. 41296 6/4 - 7/30 CLS Appleton Campus $101.83 M 5:45-9:30 PM (62+) $14.15 41297 6/7 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $101.83 Th 5:45-9:30 PM (62+) $14.15

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. 40094 6/4 - 7/30 CLS Appleton Campus $133.75 M 8:00 AM-12:30 PM Txt

LANDSCAPING & HORTICULTURE 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. 40878 6/1 - 8/9 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $279.00 Flexible

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. 40876 6/1 - 8/9 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $133.75 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. 40875 6/1 - 8/9 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $263.50 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. 40874 6/1 - 8/9 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $393.25 Flexible

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY See:

Computer Networking Computer Related Computer Support

INTERIOR DECORATING Reupholstery (2 cr.)

10-304-126

Studies manufacturers’ upholstery methods and presents the techniques of upholstering and the art of reupholstering. Students reupholster a furniture piece. 40097 6/5 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $266.00 W 8:30-11:30 AM W 12:30-4:30 PM

Unique & fun classes in gardening, landscaping & horticulture.

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Landscape Construction 1 (3 cr.)

10-001-181

Covers site conditions, landscape tools, and design plan implementation. 40877 6/1 - 8/9 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center Flexible

Landscape Plants, Maintenance of (3 cr.)

$418.50

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. 40873 6/1 - 8/9 CLS Appleton Agriculture Center $418.50 Flexible Txt

LAW ENFORCEMENT & SECURITY Criminal Law (3 cr.)

10-504-902

Identify basic concepts of criminal law; analyze facts, circumstances, and situations and determine which crimes against persons have been committed; analyze facts, circumstances, and situations and determine which crimes against property have been committed; and analyze facts, circumstances, and situations and determine which crimes involving drugs, alcohol or other criminal activity have been committed. 40563 6/4 - 7/18 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 6/4 - 6/27 M-W 8:00-11:00 AM Txt 7/9 - 7/18 M-W 8:00-11:00 AM

Introduction to Criminal Justice (3 cr.)

10-504-900

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. 40564 6/4 - 7/18 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 6/4 - 6/27 M-W Noon-3:00 PM Txt 7/9 - 7/18 M-W Noon-3:00 PM

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

10-623-197

10-623-170

Examines the principles of lean manufacturing, value versus non-value added activities, waste, 5S, value stream mapping, set-up reduction, cellular flow, building a lean culture, total productive maintenance, pull kanban systems and value/supply chain management. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. 41145 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt

Introduction to Six Sigma (3 cr.)

10-623-194

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. 41154 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

Lean Six Sigma Project Application (4 cr.)

10-623-198

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 (DMAIC) process and completion of a project in the workplace. PREREQ: Quality Concepts (10-623-150); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Lean/Six Sigma certificate or instructor consent. 41141 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $523.00 Flexible Txt

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10-623-195

Introduces useful tools to use when implementing Lean in your organization. Major course topics include team building, lean tools and project management. It is highly recommended that students take Intro to Lean Manufacturing (10-623-170) before taking this course. 41153 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt

Statistics for Six Sigma (3 cr.)

10-623-196

Covers a variety of tools needed in the measure, analyze and control phases of Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control (DMAIC). Confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, statistical inferences and measurement system analysis are examples. PREREQ: Quality Concepts (10-623-150); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Lean/Six Sigma certificate or instructor consent. 41139 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt 40951 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

MANAGEMENT Cost Controls and Budgeting (3 cr.)

10-196-110

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. 40586 6/5 - 7/17 ACC Appleton Campus $393.25 Tu 5:30-9:30 PM

Human Resources Management (3 cr.)

10-196-193DE

Focuses on human resource analysis, planning and staffing, performance evaluation and compensation, training and development, labor relations, employee safety, health and work life. 40590 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

Leadership Development (3 cr.)

Covers a variety of tools needed in the analyze and improve phases of Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control (DMAIC). Design of experiments, regression analysis and design for Six Sigma are examples. PREREQ: Quality Concepts (10-623-150); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Lean/Six Sigma certificate or instructor consent. 41140 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

Intro to Lean Manufacturing (2 cr.)

Lean Tools (2 cr.)

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. 40591 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 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 systems-focused approach, using appropriate models and tools, managing a quality improvement project and measuring effectiveness of continuous improvement activities. 40592 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

Problem Solving (2 cr.)

10-196-131DE

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. 40594 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $283.50 Flexible Txt

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 Oshkosh Campus Chilton Regional Center Clintonville Regional Center Waupaca & Wautoma Regional Centers

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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. 40593 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $283.50 Flexible Txt

Supervision (3 cr.)

10-196-191DE

Introduces the basics of supervisory skills for current or potential supervisors. It covers understanding human behavior, communication, the functions of supervision, labor relations, and how to become a better supervisor. This is offered in an independent study format. 40589 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

MARKETING & SALES Marketing 1, Principles of (3 cr.)

10-104-151DE

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. 40268 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

Sales Principles (3 cr.)

10-104-166DE

Designed for people with limited or no experience in industrial sales. Prepares students to sell in a long-term business relationship. Introduces elements of buying behavior, structuring the sales presentation and developing trust. Requires several on-campus class meetings. 40271 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

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: ACCUPLACER Arith score of 65 or greater or completion of Elementary Algebra (10-834-110), or not enrolled in a program. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor at the first class. 40314 6/4 - 8/2 WE Appleton Campus $393.25 MTuTh 9:30-11:20 AM Txt 41260 6/5 - 7/31 HY Oshkosh Riverside Campus $423.25 Tu 11:30 AM-1:20 PM Txt 40315 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

College Technical Math 1 (5 cr.)

10-804-115

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: ACCUPLACER Arithmetic score of 65 or greater or Elem Algebra w/ apps (10-834-110) or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor at the first class. 40280 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $652.75 MTh 7:30-11:00 AM Txt Tu 7:30-10:20 AM 40281 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $652.75 MTh 5:30-9:00 PM Txt Tu 5:30-8:20 PM 40478 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $652.75 MW 8:00-11:20 AM Txt Tu 8:00-11:00 AM

26 Summer 2012

10-804-113 & 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: ACCUPLACER Arithmetic score of 65 or greater or Elem Alg w Apps (10834110) or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor at the first class. 40288 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $393.25 MTh 7:30-10:20 AM Txt 40289 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $393.25 MTh 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 40319 6/4 - 8/2 WE Appleton Campus $393.25 MTuTh 7:30-9:20 AM Txt 40312 6/5 - 8/2 WE Appleton Campus $393.25 TuTh 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 40290 6/5 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $393.25 TuTh 3:00-6:00 PM Txt 40291 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 MW 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 40479 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 MW 8:00-11:00 AM Txt 40292 6/5 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $393.25 Tu 1:00-4:00 PM Txt Th 8:00-11:00 AM 40293 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $393.25 MW 4:30-7:20 PM Txt 40313 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

College Technical Math 1B (2 cr.)

MATHEMATICS College Mathematics (3 cr.)

College Technical Math 1A (3 cr.)

10-804-114

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). 40294 6/4 - 7/30 LAB Appleton Campus $263.50 M 7:30-11:20 AM Txt 40296 6/4 - 7/30 LAB Appleton Campus $263.50 M 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 40295 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $263.50 Th 7:30-11:20 AM Txt 40297 6/7 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $263.50 Th 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 40298 6/5 - 7/31 LAB Chilton Regional Center $263.50 Tu 3:00-7:00 PM Txt 40299 6/4 - 7/30 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $263.50 M 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 40480 6/4 - 7/30 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $263.50 M 8:00 AM-Noon Txt 40481 6/6 - 8/1 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $263.50 W 8:00 AM-Noon Txt 40300 6/5 - 7/31 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $263.50 Tu 1:00-5:00 PM Txt 40301 6/4 - 7/30 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $263.50 M 4:30-8:20 PM Txt

College Technical Math 2 (4 cr.)

10-804-116

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). 40282 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $523.00 MTh 7:30-11:20 AM Txt 40283 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $523.00 MTh 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 40284 6/5 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $523.00 TuTh 3:00-7:00 PM Txt

Questions? See page 2 for phone numbers.

www.fvtc.edu


40285 40482 40286 40287

6/4 - 8/1 6/4 - 8/1 6/5 - 8/2 6/4 - 8/1

LAB LAB LAB LAB

Clintonville Regional Center MW 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus MW 8:00 AM-Noon Waupaca Regional Center Tu 1:00-5:00 PM Th 8:00 AM-Noon Wautoma Regional Center MW 4:30-8:20 PM

Industrial Maintenance Math (2 cr.)

$523.00 $523.00

40485 40278

6/4 - 8/1

LAB

6/5 - 8/2

LAB

$523.00 Txt

40279

31-804-308

31-804-307

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: ACCUPLACER Arithmetic score of 65 or greater or Pre-Algebra (10834109) or Elementary Algebra (10834110) or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor at the first class. 40316 6/4 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 M-Th 9:30-11:20 AM Txt 40317 6/4 - 7/30 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 M 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 40274 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $393.25 MTh 7:30-10:20 AM Txt Tu 7:30-9:20 AM 40275 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $393.25 MTh 5:30-8:20 PM Txt Tu 5:30-7:20 PM 40320 6/5 - 8/2 WE Appleton Campus $393.25 TuTh 5:30-8:20 PM Txt W 5:30-7:20 PM 40276 6/5 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $393.25 TuTh 3:00-7:00 PM Txt

www.fvtc.edu

LAB

$523.00 Txt

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. PREREQ: ACCUPLACER Arithmetic score of 65 or greater or Pre-Algebra (10834109) or Elementary Algebra (10834110) or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor at the first class. 40306 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $263.50 MTh 7:30-11:20 AM Txt 40307 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $263.50 MTh 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 40308 6/5 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $263.50 TuTh 3:00-7:00 PM Txt 40309 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $263.50 MW 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 40484 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $263.50 MW 8:00 AM-Noon Txt 40310 6/5 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $263.50 Tu 1:00-5:00 PM Txt Th 8:00 AM-Noon 40311 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $263.50 MW 4:30-8:20 PM Txt

Math w Business Apps (3 cr.)

6/4 - 8/1

Txt

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. 40302 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $263.50 MTh 7:30-11:20 AM Txt 40303 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $263.50 MTh 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 40304 6/5 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $263.50 TuTh 3:00-7:00 PM Txt 40305 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $263.50 MW 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 40483 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $263.50 MW 8:00 AM-Noon Txt

Math for the Trades (2 cr.)

40277

Txt

40318

6/4 - 8/1 6/4 - 8/2

LAB NET

Clintonville Regional Center MW 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Oshkosh Riverside Campus MW 8:00-11:00 AM Tu 8:00-10:00 AM Waupaca Regional Center Tu 1:00-5:00 PM Th 8:00 AM-Noon Wautoma Regional Center MW 4:30-8:20 PM Online/Internet Flexible

$393.25 Txt $393.25 Txt $393.25 Txt $393.25 Txt $423.25 Txt

Also See: Program Preparation

MOTORCYCLE Motorcycle Rider Course - 16 HR

42-816-401

Focus is on the fundamentals of safe, responsible motorcycling. Course includes the knowledge and skills that lead to licensing and motorcycle operation on the streets and highways. A variety of learning activities including classroom and on-motorcycle instruction on a paved area away from street traffic is part of this training. Students will receive 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. 40598 6/1 - 6/3 CLS Appleton Transportation Center $232.07 F 5:30-8:30 PM Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Su 8:00 AM-3:00 PM 40636 6/4 - 6/7 CLS Appleton Transportation Center $232.07 M-Th 8:00 AM-Noon 40644 6/4 - 6/7 CLS Appleton Transportation Center $232.07 M-Th 5:00-9:00 PM 40637 6/11 - 6/14 CLS Appleton Transportation Center $232.07 M-Th 8:00 AM-Noon 40645 6/11 - 6/14 CLS Appleton Transportation Center $232.07 M-Th 5:00-9:00 PM 40599 6/15 - 6/17 CLS Appleton Transportation Center $232.07 F 5:30-8:30 PM Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Su 8:00 AM-3:00 PM 40638 6/18 - 6/21 CLS Appleton Transportation Center $232.07 M-Th 8:00 AM-Noon 40688 6/18 - 6/21 CLS Appleton Transportation Center $232.07 M-Th 5:00-9:00 PM 40604 6/22 - 6/24 CLS Appleton Transportation Center $232.07 F 5:30-8:30 PM Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Su 8:00 AM-3:00 PM s s

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

Questions? See page 2 for phone numbers.

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40639

6/25 - 6/28

CLS

40689

6/25 - 6/28

CLS

40640

7/9 - 7/12

CLS

40690

7/9 - 7/12

CLS

40625

7/13 - 7/15

CLS

40641

7/16 - 7/19

CLS

40691

7/16 - 7/19

CLS

40626

7/20 - 7/22

CLS

40642

7/23 - 7/26

CLS

40692

7/23 - 7/26

CLS

40632

7/27 - 7/29

CLS

40643

7/30 - 8/2

CLS

40693

7/30 - 8/2

CLS

40633

8/3 - 8/5

CLS

40967

8/6 - 8/9

CLS

40970

8/6 - 8/9

CLS

Appleton Transportation Center M-Th 8:00 AM-Noon Appleton Transportation Center M-Th 5:00-9:00 PM Appleton Transportation Center M-Th 8:00 AM-Noon Appleton Transportation Center M-Th 5:00-9:00 PM Appleton Transportation Center F 5:30-8:30 PM Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Su 8:00 AM-3:00 PM Appleton Transportation Center M-Th 8:00 AM-Noon Appleton Transportation Center M-Th 5:00-9:00 PM Appleton Transportation Center F 5:30-8:30 PM Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Su 8:00 AM-3:00 PM Appleton Transportation Center M-Th 8:00 AM-Noon Appleton Transportation Center M-Th 5:00-9:00 PM Appleton Transportation Center F 5:30-8:30 PM Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Su 8:00 AM-3:00 PM Appleton Transportation Center M-Th 8:00 AM-Noon Appleton Transportation Center M-Th 5:00-9:00 PM Appleton Transportation Center F 5:30-8:30 PM Sa 8:00 AM-5:00 PM Su 8:00 AM-3:00 PM Appleton Transportation Center M-Th 8:00 AM-Noon Appleton Transportation Center M-Th 5:00-9:00 PM

Scooter Rider Course

$232.07 $232.07 $232.07 $232.07 $232.07

$232.07 $232.07 $232.07

$232.07 $232.07 $232.07

$232.07 $232.07 $232.07

$232.07 $232.07

42-816-402

Focus is on the fundamentals of safe, scooter operation. Course includes the knowledge and skills that lead to licensing and scooter operation on the streets. A variety of learning activities including classroom and on-scooter instruction on a paved area away from street traffic is covered in this course. Students will receive 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. 40634 6/15 - 6/17 CLS Appleton Transportation Center $232.07 F 5:30-8:30 PM Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Su 8:00 AM-3:00 PM 40635 7/13 - 7/15 CLS Appleton Transportation Center $232.07 F 5:30-8:30 PM Sa 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Su 8:00 AM-3:00 PM

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. 40446 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $429.00 Flexible Txt

28 Summer 2012

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. 40458 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40670 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40653 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40512 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40617 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40601 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt

Improve Keyboarding Skill

47-106-416

Focuses on the improvement of keyboarding speed and accuracy through drills and practicing the fundamentals. 40462 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $63.60 Flexible Txt (62+) $5.15 40513 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $63.60 Flexible Txt (62+) $5.15

Keyboarding for PC Users (1 cr.)

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. 40455 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40671 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40651 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40514 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40618 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40602 6/1 - 8/9 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $133.75 6/4 - 8/2 Flexible Txt

Keyboarding Speed Development (1 cr.)

10-106-112

Focuses on improving typing speed and accuracy through the use of skill-building software. 40457 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40672 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40652 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40515 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40619 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40603 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt

Office Desktop Publishing: MS Publisher (1 cr.)

OFFICE SKILLS Effective Business Practice (3 cr.)

Electronic Calculators (1 cr.)

10-106-102

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. 40456 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40678 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40660 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40526 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40627 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40611 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt

Questions? See page 2 for phone numbers.

www.fvtc.edu


Business Technology Centers (BTC) Open lab courses are for the motivated self-starter and independent learner. Look for LAB 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) Oshkosh Riverside Campus (Room 110) Please check online at www.fvtc.edu/businesstechnology 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.

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. 40461 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40679 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40655 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40528 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40628 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40612 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt

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. 40459 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40680 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40654 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40527 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40629 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40613 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt

The Practical PC (1 cr.)

OFFICE SKILLS - MEDICAL Healthcare Law & Ethics (2 cr.)

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. 40165 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $283.50 Flexible Txt 40166 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $283.50 Flexible Txt

Human Disease for the Health Professions (3 cr.)

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. COREQ: Basic Anatomy (10-806-189) OR General Anatomy & Physiology (10-806-177). 40160 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt 40161 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt 40162 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

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. 40460 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40529 6/4 - 8/2 LAB Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt

Flexible learning options allow you to study when and where it’s convenient.

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Questions? See page 2 for phone numbers.

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PET CARE

IE/ME-Facility Planning & Material Handling (3 cr.)

Dog Grooming, Advanced

60-306-643X

Focuses on correct scissoring techniques and on the proper use and maintenance of clippers. Students have the opportunity to practice in class. If they bring their dogs, the dogs should be bathed one to two days prior to class. It is recommended that students have completed a basic dog grooming class or have equivalent experience. 41257 7/30 - 7/30 CLS Greenville Paw Prints LLC $19.96 M 5:30-8:30 PM Sup (62+) $18.48

Dog Grooming, Basic

60-306-648R

Focuses on the fundamentals that make dog grooming an enjoyable experience. Topics include selecting brushes, combs and shampoos, proper skin care and bathing techniques. The care of nails and teeth and the techniques of clipping, scissoring and bow making are also discussed. 41256 7/16 - 7/16 CLS Greenville Paw Prints LLC $19.96 M 5:30-8:30 PM Sup (62+) $18.48

PRODUCTION ENGINEERING Digital Fabrication (3 cr.)

10-623-158

Applies the lessons from the earlier courses. Students will develop a model of an approved layout. The layout will take into consideration the manufacturing materials and capability of the FabLab network. Lastly, the student will identify the current carbon footprint of a manufacturing site for the product selected. 41221 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

Fundamentals of SPC (2 cr.)

10-623-100

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 the causes of quality problems. PREREQ: Quality Concepts (10-623-150) and College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or instructor consent or active in Printing & Publishing plan or Automated Mfg Systems plan. 41144 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible 40983 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $263.50 Flexible

IE/ME-Ergonomics & Workplace Safety (2 cr.)

10-623-111

Teaches students to be able to identify, analyze, and recommend improvements to work areas to minimize the opportunity for workplace injuries. They will become familiar with the ergonomics guidelines, analyze the costs and benefits of ergonomic improvements, and investigate accidents to identify possible causes or problem areas. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first class session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Industrial Standards & Regulations (10-623-177); College Tech Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Math (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Industrial/Mfg Engineer or Digital Mfg certificate or instructor consent. 41168 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt 40805 6/7 - 8/2 IND Chilton Regional Center $263.50 Flexible Txt 40958 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt

Production Engineering classes keep your job skills sharp! Lots of options relating to safety & occupational health, quality assurance and industrial or manufacturing engineering. Start anytime with these independent, flexible classes. Please call for more information before you register. Appleton Oshkosh

30 Summer 2012

(920) 735-4718 (920) 236-6144

10-623-112

Provides the student with a 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. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first class session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Fundamentals & Interactions (10-623-116); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Industrial/Mfg Engineering certificate or instructor consent. 41125 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt 40927 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

IE/ME-Fundamentals & Interactions (2 cr.)

10-623-116

Provides a broad, horizontal-based introduction to the activities of the IE/ME within the manufacturing environment, and the responsibilities, attitudes and skills needed by IEs/MEs in their interactions with the various intra- and inter-company departments throughout the process of bringing a product from concept to consumer. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first class session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. 41121 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt 40928 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt

IE/ME-Fundamentals of Mfg Engineering (3 cr.)

10-623-149

Provides a broad overview to the activities of Manufacturing Engineering. Manufacturing Engineering was once thought of as converting raw material into product for profit; this course discusses selection of equipment, plant design, production control, operations planning and process analysis. PREREQ: Fundamentals & Interactions (10-623-116); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Industrial/Mfg Engineering certificate or instructor consent. 41124 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt 40929 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

IE/ME-Intro to Engineering Economy (2 cr.)

10-623-186

Introduces the basic concepts and techniques of engineering economy. Profits don’t just happen, they are planned. Introduction to Engineering Economy is planning for profit and budgetary control. Major course topics include basic accounting concepts, cost estimating and budgeting. PREREQ: Facility Planning & Material Handling (10-623-112); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Industrial/Mfg Engineering certificate or instructor consent. 41127 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt 40930 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt

IE/ME-Work Measurement (3 cr.)

10-623-107

Helps the learner to develop skills in designing work stations, developing better work methods, establishing work standards, balancing assembly lines, and estimating labor costs. The time study techniques the learner will use include predetermined time standard systems, stopwatch, and work sampling. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Facility Planning & Material Handling (10-623-112); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Industrial/Mfg Engineering certificate or instructor consent. 41126 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt 40931 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

Independent Project Application (1 cr.)

10-623-185

Will have the students develop a job application packet. The packet will be a compilation of the work completed during the degree coursework. It will include a resume and cover letter describing the student and the materials. The final product will be submitted in a binder appropriate to give to a potential employer. 41175 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible 40803 6/7 - 8/2 IND Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible

Questions? See page 2 for phone numbers.

www.fvtc.edu


Industrial Problem Solving (2 cr.)

10-623-174

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 (GE, Honeywell, Motorola, etc.) use and are advocates of Six Sigma will also be presented. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. 41147 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt

Industrial Standards & Regulations (1 cr.)

10-623-177

Focuses on providing an overview of the state and federal standards and regulations that govern workplace safety, in particular, OSHA. Emphasis is placed on locating standards in the Code of Regulations, applying safety and environmental standards to the factory, and interpreting material safety data sheets (MSDS). From this base of knowledge, the learner will be able to recognize hazards and determine the standards and regulations that apply to an actual work site. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. 41149 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40804 6/7 - 8/2 IND Chilton Regional Center $133.75 Flexible Txt 40960 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt

Introduction to Project Management (1 cr.)

10-623-109

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. This is a self-paced, independent study course. 41076 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40932 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt

Manufacturing Processes (3 cr.)

10-623-148

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. 41146 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt 40989 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

QAT-Calibration (1 cr.)

10-623-164

Focuses on Calibration Procedures, specifically: gage traceability, calibration status, the effect of calibration error on product acceptance, gage correlation, and reporting calibration discrepancies. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Quality Concepts (10-623-150); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Quality Assurance certificate or instructor consent. 41133 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt 40944 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $133.75 Flexible Txt

QAT-Inspection & Testing (2 cr.)

10-623-165

Focuses on the following topics: Measurement Terms and Definitions; Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T); Classification of Characteristics and Defects; Inspection Planning, Inspection Points; Inspection Techniques and Processes-nondestructive testing (NDT) techniques, accuracy and precision (reproducibility and repeatability), rounding rules, inspection error, gage selection, types of measurements, measurement scales, product traceability; and, sampling. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Quality Concepts (10-623-150); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Quality Assurance certificate or instructor consent. 41135 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt 40945 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt

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QAT-Metrology (3 cr.)

10-623-163

Focuses on the science of weights and measures through description, selection and understanding of the use of, and evaluation of measurement results of: hand tools, gages, optical tools, coordinate measuring machines (CMM), electronic measuring equipment (e.g., digital displays and output), weights-balances-scales, hardness testing equipment, surface plate methods and equipment, surface analyzers (e.g., roughness profile), force measurement (e.g., tension, torque, compression), angle measurements (e.g., protractors, sine bar, angle blocks). This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Quality Concepts (10-623-150); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Quality Assurance certificate or instructor consent. 41134 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt 40946 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

QAT-Preventive & Corrective Action (2 cr.)

10-623-167

Teaches students to use: Continuous Improvement Techniques to determine and select areas for improvement using various quality tools; Nonconforming Material Identification to determine conformance status and apply various methods of identifying and segregating nonconforming material; Nonconforming Material Review Process to explain the purpose of the material review process and identify the steps in making decisions about fitness-for-use and product disposition; and, Investigation of Root Causes to distinguish between actual and apparent root causes using basic and sophisticated quality tools. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Quality Concepts (10-623-150); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Quality Assurance certificate or instructor consent. 41137 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt 40947 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt

QAT-Quality Audits (2 cr.)

10-623-166

Teaches students to use Auditing Techniques to identify the basic components of an industrial audit including preparation, performance, record keeping, and closure. They will be able to describe and apply various auditing tools and techniques such as checklists, interview techniques, record/document review, and tracing. And, also use Audit Types to define and use basic audit descriptors such as internal, external, system, product, and process. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Quality Concepts (10-623-150); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Quality Assurance certificate or instructor consent. 41136 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt 40948 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt

QAT-Quality Concepts & Tools (3 cr.)

10-623-162

Focuses on the following body-of-knowledge topics: Quality Concepts-customers and suppliers, basic quality principles, quality standards, requirements, and specifications; Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA)-define and apply; Effective Team Function-conflict resolution, consensus, brainstorming, meeting management, stages of team development; 7 Quality Control Tools-cause and effect diagrams, flow charts (process maps), check sheets, Pareto diagrams, scatter diagrams, control charts, and histograms. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. 41132 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt 40949 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

QAT-Statistical Techniques (2 cr.)

10-623-168

Focuses on the following body-of-knowledge topics: Basic Statistics, Objectives of Statistical Quality Control, Elementary Concepts of Probability, Frequency Distributions, Statistical Inference, and Control Charts. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Quality Concepts (10-623-150); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Quality Assurance certificate or instructor consent. 41138 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt 40950 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt

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Quality Concepts (3 cr.)

10-623-150

Introduces ISO 9000, which is an international quality standard that helps define and document their own quality procedures for production and/or services. Learners will explore the path to an ISO quality system, including the benefits of an ISO quality system, documentation standards, project planning and quality policies. PREREQ: College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or instructor consent. 41148 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt 40991 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

PROGRAM PREPARATION Introduction to College Writing (3 cr.)

10-831-103

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. PREREQ: Accuplacer Sentence score >= 53 or not pursuing a degree. 40429 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 MW 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 40427 6/5 - 7/31 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 TuF 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 40428 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 TuTh 10:30 AM-1:20 PM Txt 40430 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 TuTh 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 40431 6/4 - 8/2 CLS Chilton Regional Center $393.25 MTh 11:00 AM-2:00 PM Txt 40432 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 TuTh 1:00-4:00 PM Txt 40536 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 MW 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 40537 6/4 - 8/2 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 MTh 9:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 40538 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $393.25 M 1:00-4:00 PM Txt W 9:00 AM-Noon

Introduction to Reading and Study Skills (3 cr.)

10-838-105

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: Accuplacer Reading score >= 41 or not pursuing a degree. 40424 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 MW 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 40423 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 TuTh 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 40437 6/4 - 8/2 CLS Chilton Regional Center $393.25 MTh 8:00-11:00 AM Txt 40425 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 MW 9:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 40535 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 MW 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 40426 6/5 - 8/1 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $393.25 TuW 5:00-8:00 PM Txt

Pre-Algebra (3 cr.)

10-834-109A

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. 40710 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 M-W 7:30-9:20 AM Txt 40711 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 M-W 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 40712 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 M-W 5:30-7:20 PM Txt 40412 6/5 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $393.25 TuTh 3:00-6:00 PM Txt 40413 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 MW 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 40421 6/7 - 8/2 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 ThF 8:00-11:00 AM Txt 40713 6/4 - 8/2 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 MTuTh 12:30-2:20 PM Txt 40714 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 M-W 8:30-10:20 AM Txt 40422 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Waupaca Regional Center $393.25 Tu 8:30-11:20 AM Txt Th Noon-3:00 PM 40414 6/5 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $393.25 Tu 1:00-4:00 PM Txt Th 8:00-11:00 AM 40415 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $393.25 MW 4:30-7:20 PM Txt

Pre-Algebra (3 cr.)

10-834-109B

Provides an introduction to algebra. Includes operations on real numbers, solving linear equations, percent and proportion, and an introduction to polynomials and statistics. Successful completion of this course prepares learners to succeed in general education mathematics courses. Supplemental curriculum specific for Health Occupation programs is included in this course. PREREQ: Must be in a Health Occupation program or a program requiring general Chemistry. 40325 6/4 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 MTuTh 9:30-11:20 AM Txt 40416 6/5 - 8/2 LAB Chilton Regional Center $393.25 TuTh 4:00-7:00 PM Txt 40420 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 MW 1:00-4:00 PM Txt 40417 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 MW 9:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 40329 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 MW 4:30-7:20 PM Txt 40418 6/5 - 8/2 LAB Waupaca Regional Center $393.25 Tu 2:00-5:00 PM Txt Th 9:00 AM-Noon 40419 6/4 - 8/1 LAB Wautoma Regional Center $393.25 MW 5:30-8:20 PM Txt

REUPHOLSTERY See:

Interior Decorating

SCIENCE ABE Pre-Tech Anatomy and Physiology

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. Program Prep courses are based on your individual needs and program selection. www.fvtc.edu/programprep or (920) 735-5692 32 Summer 2012

77-856-780 & 77-856-780DE

Studies human biology at the tissue and system levels. Topics include tissues, organization of the human body, an overview of the organ systems, and a deeper exploration of the skeletal and circulatory systems. 40343 6/4 - 6/27 CLS Appleton Campus $4.00 M-W 1:00-4:00 PM Txt 40344 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $4.00 Flexible Txt

ABE Pre-Tech Biology

77-856-781DE

Studies organisms at the molecular and cellular levels. Topics include photosynthesis, biomolecules, cell structure and function, and cell membrane physiology. 40345 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $4.00 Flexible Txt

Questions? See page 2 for phone numbers.

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ABE Pre-Tech Chemistry

77-856-782

Provides students with basic chemistry concepts. Topics include measurement, energy, atomic structure, molecules and bonding, and chemical reactions. PREREQ: GOAL Basic Math Skills Level 2 (74-854-741) or ACCUPLACER Arithmetic score of 65 or greater or instructor consent. 40346 6/5 - 6/28 CLS Appleton Campus $4.00 Tu-Th 8:30-11:20 AM Txt

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) AND 2 semesters of high school chemistry or General Chemistry (806-134) with a grade of C or better. Cannot enroll in Microbiology and Advanced A&P in the same term. 40205 6/4 - 8/1 ITV Appleton Campus $545.00 M 9:00 AM-Noon Txt TuW 9:00-11:00 AM TuW 11:30 AM-1:20 PM

Gen Anatomy & Physiology (4 cr.)

10-806-177 & 10-806-177DE

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: Two semesters of high school chemistry or General Chemistry (10-806-134) with grade of C or better; ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Sentence Skills score of 83 or greater or completion of equiv. Program Prep courses. 40206 6/4 - 8/1 ITV Appleton Campus $545.00 M 8:30-11:20 AM Txt Tu 8:30 AM-12:20 PM W 8:30 AM-12:20 PM 40337 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $585.00 Flexible Txt

General Biology (4 cr.)

10-806-114 & 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 and others interested in environmental biology. High school biology or consent of instructor is required. PREREQ: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Sentence Skills score of 83 or greater or completion of Program Prep courses or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 40338 6/4 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $545.00 M-Th 1:30-4:00 PM Txt 40339 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $585.00 Flexible Txt

Looking for Science Classes? Science ITV classes are a combination of lecture and lab. All labs are held at the Appleton campus, but lectures may be available from the following locations: Appleton Chilton Clintonville Oshkosh Waupaca

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: ACCUP Algebra >= 51, PreAlgebra (10834109B / 110), Coll Math 1 (10804115 / 113), Algebra (10804109), Tech Math (10804121), MathTech Basic (10804125), College Math (10804107), PreTech Math for Chem (78854784), or Math for Common Topics (10804117). 40340 6/4 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $545.00 M 10:30 AM-2:20 PM Txt MTh 8:30-10:20 AM W 8:30-11:20 AM 40341 6/4 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $545.00 MTh 8:30-10:20 AM Txt Tu 8:30 AM-12:20 PM W 8:30-11:20 AM

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; ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Sentence Skills score of 83 or greater or completion of equiv. Program Prep courses. 40342 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $545.00 MW 8:00-10:00 AM Txt MW 10:00 AM-1:00 PM

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: General A&P (806-177) or A&P 1 (806-195) with a grade of C or better AND 2 semesters of high school chemistry or General Chemistry (806-134) with a grade of C or better. Cannot enroll in Microbiology and Advanced A&P in the same term. 40207 6/4 - 8/2 ITV Appleton Campus $545.00 M-Th 10:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt TuTh 8:30-10:20 AM 40208 6/4 - 8/2 ITV Appleton Campus $545.00 MW 8:30-10:20 AM Txt M-Th 10:30 AM-12:20 PM

SEWING & QUILTING Embroidery Software

42-301-404D

Provides basic information of Bernina Artista Version 6 embroidery software. Receive guidance in general computer functions, making folders, retrieving information, making safe Internet purchases, downloading designs, sending designs to a sewing machine and combining designs with lettering. Course focuses on navigating the software rather than sewing out designs. Students must bring in and use their own Bernina Artista Version 6 dongle. A textbook is required. 40132 6/12 - 8/7 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $57.76 6/12 Tu 8:30 AM-3:00 PM Txt, Sup (62+) $5.15 7/10 Tu 8:30 AM-3:00 PM 8/7 Tu 8:30 AM-3:00 PM

Machine Embroidery Workshop

42-301-401I

Gives students an opportunity to learn and share ideas with other machine embroidery enthusiasts. Focuses on providing guidance to helping students increase their embroidery skills while working on their own project. Bringing your own embroidery machine is recommended. 40069 7/22 - 7/24 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $75.29 MTu 8:30 AM-5:00 PM Sup (62+) $5.15 Su 9:30 AM-6:00 PM

Lectures may also be available via webcast and podcast. Call for more information. See page 2 for phone numbers. www.fvtc.edu

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Sewing & Quilting - Open Lab

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. 40548 6/1 - 6/15 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $59.76 F 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.15 40549 6/2 - 6/16 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $59.76 Sa 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $7.15

Sewing & Quilting, Open Lab, 12 hour

42-301-413M

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. 40550 6/22 - 6/29 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $40.22 F 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $5.15 40551 6/23 - 6/30 CLS Oshkosh Senior Center Annex $40.22 Sa 9:00 AM-3:30 PM Sup (62+) $5.15

SOCIAL SCIENCE Abnormal Psychology (3 cr.)

10-809-159D1 & 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. 41224 6/4 - 7/30 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 M 4:30-7:20 PM Txt 41225 6/6 - 8/1 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 W 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 40352 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

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: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Sentence Skills score of 83 or greater or completion of Program Prep courses or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 41226 6/4 - 7/30 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 M 1:30-4:20 PM Txt 41227 6/5 - 7/31 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 41228 6/7 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Th 4:30-7:20 PM Txt 40410 6/6 - 8/1 ACC Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 W 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 40356 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible 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 Nursing-Associate Degree or Practical Nursing plan or instructor consent. 41229 6/4 - 7/30 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 M 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 41230 6/6 - 8/1 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 W 4:30-7:20 PM Txt 40404 6/5 - 7/31 ACC Chilton Regional Center $393.25 Tu 8:00 AM-Noon Txt 40362 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible 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: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Sentence Skills score of 83 or greater or completion of Program Prep courses or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 40365 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 MW 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 41231 6/5 - 7/31 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Tu 4:30-7:20 PM Txt 40209 6/5 - 8/2 ITV Appleton Campus $393.25 TuTh 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 41232 6/6 - 8/1 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 W 1:30-4:20 PM Txt 40469 6/4 - 7/30 ITV Chilton Regional Center $393.25 M 4:30-8:20 PM Txt 40405 6/5 - 7/31 ACC Chilton Regional Center $393.25 Tu 5:30-9:20 PM Txt 40211 6/5 - 8/2 ITV Chilton Regional Center $393.25 TuTh 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 40470 6/4 - 7/30 ITV Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 M 4:30-8:20 PM Txt 40210 6/5 - 8/2 ITV Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 TuTh 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 40070 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 MW 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 40471 6/4 - 7/30 ITV Waupaca Regional Center $393.25 M 4:30-8:20 PM Txt 40366 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt 40368 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

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: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Sentence Skills score of 83 or greater or completion of Program Prep courses or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 40373 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 TuTh 1:30-4:20 PM Txt 41234 6/6 - 8/1 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 W 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 41233 6/7 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 40411 6/7 - 8/2 ACC Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 Th 8:30 AM-12:20 PM Txt 40375 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

Get Ahead with a Certificate! 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 40 for a complete list of certificate programs. www.fvtc.edu/certificates or (920) 735-5645

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Intro to Psychology (3 cr.)

10-809-198, 10-809-198D1, & 10-809-198DE

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: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Sentence Skills score of 83 or greater or completion of Program Prep courses or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 40379 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 MW 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 41235 6/4 - 7/30 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 M 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 40212 6/5 - 8/1 ITV Appleton Campus $393.25 TuW 7:30-10:20 AM Txt 41236 6/7 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 40214 6/5 - 8/1 ITV Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 TuW 7:30-10:20 AM Txt 40409 6/6 - 8/1 ACC Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 W 5:00-9:00 PM Txt 40213 6/5 - 8/1 ITV Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 TuW 7:30-10:20 AM Txt 40215 6/5 - 8/1 ITV Waupaca Regional Center $393.25 TuW 7:30-10:20 AM Txt 40380 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

Intro to Sociology (3 cr.)

10-809-196, 10-809-196D1, & 10-809-196DE

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: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Sentence Skills score of 83 or greater or completion of Program Prep courses or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 40384 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 MW 4:30-7:20 PM Txt 41237 6/4 - 7/30 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 M 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 40216 6/4 - 8/1 ITV Appleton Campus $393.25 MW 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 41238 6/7 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 41239 6/7 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Th 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 40407 6/6 - 8/1 ACC Chilton Regional Center $393.25 W 12:30-4:20 PM Txt 40408 6/7 - 8/2 ACC Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 Th 8:00 AM-Noon Txt 40217 6/4 - 8/1 ITV Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 MW 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 40218 6/4 - 8/1 ITV Waupaca Regional Center $393.25 MW 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 40386 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

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Leadership as an Art (3 cr.)

10-809-110DE

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. 40389 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

Psychology of Human Relations (3 cr.)

10-809-199, 10-809-199D1, & 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: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Sentence Skills score of 83 or greater or completion of Program Prep courses or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 40392 6/4 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 MW 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 41240 6/4 - 7/30 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 M 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 41242 6/5 - 7/31 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Tu 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 41243 6/6 - 8/1 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 W 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 41241 6/7 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Th 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 40071 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 TuTh 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 40394 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

Race Ethnic & Diversity (3 cr.)

10-809-172D1 & 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: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Sentence Skills score of 83 or greater or completion of Program Prep courses or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 41244 6/5 - 7/31 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Tu 12:30-3:20 PM Txt 41245 6/7 - 8/2 HY Appleton Campus $423.25 Th 5:30-8:20 PM Txt 40399 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

Think Critically & Creatively (3 cr.)

10-809-103 & 10-809-103DE

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: ACCUPLACER Reading score of 54 or greater and Sentence Skills score of 83 or greater or completion of Program Prep courses or not pursuing a degree. Personal/prof dev students who have not taken ACCUPLACER must consult with instructor. 40347 6/4 - 7/30 ITV Appleton Campus $393.25 M 12:30-4:20 PM Txt 40371 6/5 - 8/2 CLS Appleton Campus $393.25 TuTh 8:30-11:20 AM Txt 40349 6/4 - 7/30 ITV Chilton Regional Center $393.25 M 12:30-4:20 PM Txt 40348 6/4 - 7/30 ITV Clintonville Regional Center $393.25 M 12:30-4:20 PM Txt 40372 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $423.25 Flexible Txt

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SOCIAL SERVICES AODA Sexual and Physical Abuse Issues (1 cr.)

MPC-Basics of Supply Chain Management (3 cr.) 10-520-110

Examines the emotional, intellectual and physical aspect of individuals affected by sexual and physical abuse. Both the short- and long-term implications of this abuse and the role that drugs and alcohol play in compounding the issues related to effective treatment are emphasized. 40062 6/6 - 8/1 CLS Appleton Campus $133.75 W 4:00-6:00 PM Txt

Supply Chain Management classes to fit your busy life! Interested in purchasing, logistics or materials planning & control? We can help! Start anytime with these independent, flexible classes. Please call for more information before you register. (920) 996-2959

Business Logistics (3 cr.)

10-182-110

Reviews logistics terminology, history of transportation, and government rules and regulations. Also studies supply chain management principles including total cost concepts, plant or warehouse location decisions, material handling options, and current logistics-related computer technologies. 41159 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

E-Commerce Logistics (2 cr.)

10-182-114

Explores e-commerce, business-to-business e-commerce, consumer e-commerce, e-commerce distribution, e-procurement, legal and ethical issues, and e-commerce logistics applications. 41166 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt

Effective Communication and Negotiations (3 cr.)

10-182-112

Reviews basic oral and written skills used in business communications. Also studies the crucial skills, strategies, tools and techniques to effectively handle business negotiations. 41161 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

International Logistics (2 cr.)

10-182-113

Examines international transportation of both imports and exports. Also covers preparation of export and import documentation as well as the management and selection of international transportation modes and pricing regulations. 41164 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt

Interpretation of Engineering Drawings (2 cr.)

10-623-172

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. This in an independent study course. PREREQ: College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or instructor consent. 41151 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt

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10-623-124

Focuses on the various techniques for material and capacity scheduling including detailed descriptions of material requirements planning (MRP), capacity requirements planning (CRP), inventory management practices, and procurement and supplier training. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Intro to Supply Chain Mgmt (10-623-172); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Materials Planning & Control certificate or instructor consent. 41078 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

10-623-125

Focuses on the areas of prioritizing and sequencing work, executing work plans and implementing controls, reporting activity results, and providing evaluating feedback on performance. The course explains techniques for scheduling and controlling production processes, the execution of quality initiatives and continuous improvement plans, and the control and handling of inventories. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Intro to Supply Chain Mgmt (10-623-172); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Materials Planning & Control certificate or instructor consent. 41079 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

MPC-Master Planning of Resources (3 cr.)

10-623-178

Explores the processes used to develop sales and operations plans and identify and assess internal and external demand and forecasting requirements. The course focuses on the importance of producing achievable master schedules that are consistent with business policies, objectives and resource constraints. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Intro to Supply Chain Mgmt (10-623-172); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Materials Planning & Control certificate or instructor consent. 41077 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

10-623-106

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. This is a self-paced, independent study course. 41150 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $292.00 Flexible Txt 40986 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $292.00 Flexible Txt

Introduction to Supply Chain Management (2 cr.)

MPC-Detailed Scheduling & Planning (3 cr.)

MPC-Execution & Control of Operations (3 cr.)

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

10-623-122

Explores the basic concepts in managing the complete flow of materials in a supply chain along with a complete overview of material flow from internal and external suppliers to and from organizations. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Intro to Supply Chain Mgmt (10-623-172); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Materials Planning & Control certificate or instructor consent. 41152 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt 40934 6/4 - 8/2 IND Oshkosh Riverside Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

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) 720-6815 • 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) 735-2426.

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MPC-Strategic Management of Resources (3 cr.)

10-623-126

Studies the relationship of existing and emerging processes and technologies to manufacturing strategy and supply chain-related functions. Aligning resources with the strategic plan, configuring and integrating operating processes to support the strategic plan, and implementing change are covered. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Intro to Supply Chain Mgmt (10-623-172); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Materials Planning & Control certificate or instructor consent. 41080 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

Procurement Fundamentals (3 cr.)

10-182-115

Introduces the concepts and techniques of modern purchasing, including its role in business and industry, legal and ethical issues, contract administration, and supply chain management. 41158 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

Purchasing - Supply Management Process (4 cr.)

10-623-140

Focuses on the purchasing process from the recognition of a need through contract closeout. Emphasis is on the four key areas of the purchasing process: identifying requirements, preparing solicitations, analyzing suppliers and executing a contract. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Intro to Supply Chain Mgmt (10-623-172); Written Communication (10-801-195) or active in Purchasing certificate or instructor consent. 41129 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $523.00 Flexible Txt

Purchasing - Supply Mgmt Environment (4 cr.)

10-623-142

Provides an overview of the purchasing department’s strategy and looks at how such trends as globalization, lean manufacturing, and customization affect purchasing. It also explores issues related to negotiations, quality, re-engineering, supply chain management and information technology. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first class session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Intro to Supply Chain Mgmt (10-623-172); Written Communication (10-801-195) or active in Purchasing certificate or instructor consent. 41130 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $523.00 Flexible Txt

Purchasing - Value Enhancement Strategies (4 cr.)

10-623-143

Purchasing-Supply Mgmt Leadership Process (2 cr.)

10-623-141

Presents key general management issues specifically applied to purchasing activities such as strategic planning, the budgeting process, operating policies and procedures, tools to manage work flow, performance monitoring, and reporting of purchasing outcomes to upper management and peer groups. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study scheduled. PREREQ: Intro to Supply Chain Mgmt (10-623-172); College Technical Math 1A (10-804-113) or College Mathematics (10-804-107) or Math w Business Apps (10-804-123) or active in Purchasing certificate or instructor consent. 41128 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt

Sustainable Materials Management (3 cr.)

10-182-116

Explains how sustainable practices and technology can be applied to the supply chain to enhance profitability while reducing its overall environmental footprint. This course covers systems thinking, energy conservation within the supply chain, green procurement emerging trends and the three P’s--people, planet and profit. 41167 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $393.25 Flexible Txt

Transportation Administration (2 cr.)

10-182-111

Presents the fundamental elements of the administrative aspects of transportation operation including freight classification, tariffs, carrier pricing schedules, carrier selection, bills of lading, contracts, routing guides and freight claims. 41160 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $263.50 Flexible Txt

WEB DESIGN Web Development Using HTML (2 cr.)

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) as well as an introduction to forms. 40096 6/4 - 8/2 NET Online/Internet $286.00 Flexible Txt

WRITING See:

Communications

Explores a number of traditional and leading-edge approaches for increasing the purchasing department’s contributions to organizational success. Specific value enhancement methods such as standardization, value analysis, early supplier involvement and target costing are presented. This is a self-paced, independent study course. After the first session, students set their own attendance and study schedule. PREREQ: Intro to Supply Chain Mgmt (10-623-172); Written Communication (10-801-195) or active in Purchasing certificate or instructor consent. 41131 6/4 - 8/2 IND Appleton Campus $523.00 Flexible Txt

Make an investment in the future. Support the FVTC Foundation! The mission of the Fox Valley Technical College Foundation is to partner with the college to secure and provide resources to promote lifelong learning and workforce development throughout the communities we serve. During the 2011-2012 school year, more than $600,000 was awarded in student scholarships and nearly $3.5 million in program support was provided to the college. Your donation matters! Your contribution to the Foundation creates a meaningful difference in the lives of students and their families and enhances the quality of life in our communities. To make a donation, call (920) 735-5630 or visit www.fvtc.edu/foundation.

Starting Point Workshops Free workshops for female displaced homemakers* and single parents. The workshop addresses these key questions: where are you, where do you want to be, and how will you get there? Individual counseling appointments for male and female single parents/displaced homemakers also available. Call 1-800-735-3882, ext. 5696 or (920) 735-5696 for an appointment with a counselor. *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.

The FVTC Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. www.fvtc.edu

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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. Time to completion varies widely. 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 time to completion varies widely. Some credits may bridge into 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 Agri-Business/Science Technology (AAS) Agriculture Equipment Service Technician (TD) Agriculture Power Equipment (AAS) Crop Application Specialist (C) Exploring Agriculture, Horticulture & Natural Resources (C) Farm Business and Production Management (TD) Farm Operation (TD) Golf Course Turf & Equipment Technician (C) New! Greenhouse Grower/Plant Propagation Technician (C) Horticulture Technician (TD) Horticulture/Landscape Specialist (TD) New! Laboratory Science Technician (AAS) Landscape Construction Technician (C) Landscape Maintenance Technician (C) Landscape Series, Home Owners (C) Natural Resources Technician (AAS) Outdoor Power Equipment Technician (TD) Power Sports Technology (C) Urban Forestry Technician (C) New! Aviation Aeronautics-Pilot Training (AAS) Aircraft Electronics (AAS) Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics (TD) Business, Management & Finance Accounting (AAS) Accounting Assistant (TD) Administrative Professional (AAS)* Banking and Financial Services (AAS) Broadcast Captioning (AAS) ▲ Business Fundamentals 1 (C) Business Fundamentals 2 (C) Business Management (AAS)* Entrepreneurs Starting an Online Business (C) Entrepreneurs Start-up Venture (C) Entrepreneurship, Business Owners’ (C) Event Planning (C) New! Exploring Business, Management & Finance Careers (C) Human Resources (AAS)** Judicial Reporting (AAS) ▲ Management Development (AAS)** Medical Office Assistant (TD) Meeting & Event Management (AAS)** Microsoft Office Suite (C) Office Assistant (TD) Organizational Leadership, Advanced (C) Organizational Leadership, Basic (C) Paralegal (AAS) ▲ Peachtree (C) Professional Communications (AAS) QuickBooks (C) Writing for the Web (C) Writing, Proposal & Grant (C) Construction Construction Management Technology (AAS) Construction, Residential Building (TD) Electrical Code, National (C) Electrician Apprentice (ABC) (A)

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Electricity (TD) Electronic Systems Technician (A) Energy Auditor (Residential) (C) Operating Engineer Apprentice (A) Photovoltaic Installation Technician (C) Plumbing Apprentice (A) Steamfitting Apprentice/Steamfitting Service Apprentice (A) Culinary & Hospitality Culinary Arts (AAS)* Food Service Production (TD) Hotel and Restaurant Management (AAS) Engineering & Electronic Related Technologies Automated Manufacturing Systems Technician (AAS) Automation and Maintenance, Advanced (C) Broadband Cable Installer (C) New! Building Protection Specialist (C) New! CAD Management (C) Computer Rendering and Animation (C) ControlLogix PLCs (C) Dept. of Transportation Compliance Specialist (C) New! Electro-Mechanical Technology (AAS) Electronic and Communication Engineering Technology (AAS) Electronic Communication and Data Cabling (C) Electronics Principles (C) Electronics, Biomedical (C) Electronics, Practical Fundamental (C) Energy & Environmental Engineering Technology (AAS) Energy & Environmental Management (C) Energy Management & Control for Buildings (C) Engineering Electronics Design and Manufacturing (AAS) New! Engineering Technology, Applied (AAS) Engineering Technology, Electrical (AAS) Engineering, Industrial/Manufacturing (C) Environmental Compliance Specialist (C) New! Industrial Equipment Fundamentals (C) Instrumentation & Process Control Automation, Applied (AAS) Instrumentation and Process Control (C) Intelligent Interface Design & SCADA (C) Mechanical Design Technology (AAS) Motors and Variable Speed Drives (C) Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) (C) Renewable Energy Engineering Technology (C) Safety Engineering Technology (AAS) Telecommunications Field Service (C) Telecommunications, Advanced (C) Wind Energy Technology (AAS) ▲ New!

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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)

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Occupational Therapy Assistant (AAS) Pharmacy Technician (TD) â–˛

Materials Planning and Control (C) Millwright - Pipefitter (A) Pipe Fabricator Apprenticeship (A) Pipefitting Apprentice (A) Purchasing (C) Quality Assurance (C) Supply Chain Management (AAS) Technical Studies-Journeyworker (AAS) Tool & Die Apprentice (A) Welding Technician, Industrial (AAS) Welding, Production (TD) Welding/Metal Fabrication (TD) Wood Manufacturing Technology (TD)

Human Services AODA - Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Associate (AAS) AODA Specialty Education (C) Barber/Cosmetologist Apprentice (A) Child Care Administrator (C) Early Childhood Education (AAS)* Substance Abuse Counselor Education (C) Substance Abuse Counselor in Training (C) Information Technology Exploring IT Careers (C) IT - Computer Support Specialist (AAS) IT - Database (C) IT - Desktop Support (C) IT - Help Desk Support Specialist (TD) IT - Mobile Applications Development (C) New! IT - Network Administration (C) IT - Network Infrastructure (C) IT - Network Specialist (AAS) IT - Network Systems Administration (AAS) IT - PC Programming (C) IT - Programmer/Analyst (AAS) IT - Security (C) New! IT - Web Design (C) IT - Web Development (C) IT - Web Development and Design Specialist (AAS) Law Enforcement & Public Safety Child Protection Investigator (C) Corrections (C) Crime Prevention (C) Criminal Investigator (C) Criminal Justice Executive Development Institute (C) Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement (AAS) Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement Academy (TD) Cyber Crime Investigation (C) Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) - Advanced (C) Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) - Basic (TD) Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) - Paramedic (TD) Evidence Technician (C) New! Evidence Technician - Advanced (C) New! Exploring Public Safety Careers (C) Fire Investigator (C) New! Fire Protection Technician (AAS) Forensic Science (AAS) Homeland Security & Asset Protection Management (AAS) Law Enforcement (TD) New! Loss Prevention Specialist (C) Paramedic Technician (AAS) Private Investigation Specialist (C) Security (C) Wildland Fire Crew (TD) Wildland Firefighter (AAS) Manufacturing CNC Conversational Programming and Operation (C) CNC M/G Code Programming and Operation (C) Digital Manufacturing (C) Emergency Preparedness Specialist (C) Engine Lathe (C) Environmental Health & Safety (C) Exploring Manufacturing Careers (C) Grinding Processes (C) Industrial Electrician Apprentice (A) Industrial Maintenance (C) Lean/Six Sigma (C) Machine Tool Measurement & Benchwork (C) Machine Tool Technician (TD) Machinist Apprentice (A) Maintenance Mechanic/Millwright Apprentice (A) Maintenance Technician Apprentice (A) Manual Machine Tools, Advanced (C) Manual Milling Machines (C)

Marketing, Sales & Service Commercial Design (C) Contact Center (C) 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) New! Printing Technologies Package and Label Printing (TD) Package and Label Printing Technician (AAS) Printing (TD) New! Printing and Publishing (AAS)

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Transportation Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing Technician (TD) 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 Technician - Advanced (C) New! Diesel Equipment Mechanic (TD) Diesel Equipment Technology (AAS) Diesel/Caterpillar Construction Equipment Technician (C) Diesel/Caterpillar Electric Power & Marine Engine Technician (C) Diesel/Caterpillar Engine Technician (C) Diesel/Caterpillar Rental Store Equipment Technician (C) Electrical Power Generator Service Technician (C) Exploring Automotive Careers (C) Logistics (C) Truck Driving (TD) Vehicle Refinishing and Repair Technology (AAS) General, Individualized & Global Studies General Studies Transfer Certificate (with UW-Green Bay) (C) General Studies Transfer Certificate (with UW-Oshkosh) (C) Bilingual Interpretation (C) English Bilingual Business (C) New! English Language Competency - Advanced (C) English Language Competency - Beginning (C) English Language Competency - Intermediate (C) General Education (C) Global Business Professional (C) New! Individualized Technical Studies (AAS) Liberal Arts Collaborative Program (AAS) Spanish (C) Spanish Health Care (C) *Offered in accelerated or self-paced format also **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).

Agriculture, Horticulture & Natural Resources Crop Application Specialist – 26 credits Developed in cooperation with the Wisconsin Fertilizer & Chemical Association to provide training in the field crop/ agronomy industry. Meets the high demand for custom crop applicators who have the skills to be crop production specialists. Exploring Agriculture, Horticulture & Natural Resources Careers – 13-15 credits For people who want to pursue a career in agriculture, horticulture or natural resources, but aren’t sure which FVTC program best fits their interests and abilities. Learn more about job opportunities, pay and benefits in these fields, as well as the necessary education and next steps. Some classes offered online. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree and technical diploma programs. Golf Course Turf & Equipment Technician – 36 credits New! Designed to provide entry-level training for the golf course industry as a turf & equipment specialist. Training will emphasize practical technical skills to care for turf and maintain equipment used in the golf course industry. Greenhouse Grower/Plant Propagation Technician – 16 credits For people who want to develop skills in plant propagation and growing techniques. Learn how to diagnose plant problems and how to design and maintain an interior plantscape. Hands-on training explores industry best practices and the best plant material for the Fox Valley area. Classes offered days and evenings. Landscape Construction Technician – 16 credits For anyone interested in learning about landscape construction and design. Hands-on training provides award winning design concepts and introduces industry best practices using brick and block. Classes offered days and evenings. Landscape Maintenance Technician – 16 credits For anyone interested in learning how to diagnose plant problems and how to determine the best plant material for the Fox Valley area. Hands-on training explores industry best practices on the latest equipment. Classes offered days and evenings. Landscape Series, Home Owners – non-credit For homeowners, property owners and do-it-yourselfers interested in horticulture and landscaping for the home. Covers landscape design, construction, maintenance and plant materials. Power Sports Technology – 24 credits Learn how to repair ATVs, snowmobiles, motorcycles, boats and personal watercraft as well as how to file repair/work orders and keep inventory & equipment records. Explore advanced troubleshooting and detail repairs. Prepare for Arctic Cat Technician Certification. Evening classes available.

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Urban Forestry Technician – 17 credits New! For anyone interested in employment within the tree care profession. Careers in arboriculture, urban forestry, nursery management, plant health care, and utility line clearance exist in the tree care industry in both the public and private sectors. Students will learn urban tree maintenance and management, plant health care operations, how trees function, planting and selection, and chainsaw safety and operation.

Business, Management & Finance Business Fundamentals 1 – 14 credits For adults who are re-entering the workforce or changing careers, or for anyone with an interest in business who is undecided about a specific major. Learn basic business skills necessary in today’s competitive business world. Business Fundamentals 2 – 15 credits For adults who are re-entering the workforce or changing careers, or for anyone with an interest in business who is undecided about a specific major. Learn specific business skills and concepts to advance in your career. Entrepreneurs Starting and Online Business – 14 credits For anyone wanting to master the skills needed to succeed in executing an online business. Learn how to write an e-business plan and design and manage a website. You’ll also learn about applicable licenses and laws, customer payments, inventory and fulfillment, marketing and safe online business practices. Entrepreneurs’ Start-up Venture – 13 credits For anyone interested in starting their own business. Learn the skills and tools needed to start a new business venture. Entrepreneurship, Business Owners’ – 18 credits For current business owners, as well as anyone who has completed a business plan, seeking to strengthen their business and management skills. Advance personal goals and address areas of weakness, improve your written and verbal communications skills, and understand the importance of a sales strategy. Learn the roles of advertising, sales promotion and public relations in the promotion mix. Event Planning – 21 credits New! For anyone who wants to develop a basic skill set related to event planning to be more employable or more effective in their current role. Learn how to plan, promote and conduct effective events. Managing financials, addressing security issues and practicing business communication techniques will also be covered. Exploring Business, Management & Finance Careers – 15-17 credits For people who want to pursue a career in business, management or finance, but aren’t sure which FVTC program best fits their interests and abilities. Learn more about job opportunities, pay and benefits in these fields, as well as the necessary education and next steps. Some classes offered online. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree and technical diploma programs.

Microsoft Office Suite – 4 credits For anyone seeking essential computer skills used in today’s office. Master courses in Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. Offered days and evenings in a self-paced or classroom format. Organizational Leadership, Advanced – 18 credits For those already in leadership positions who would like to increase their effectiveness, as well as those who wish to move into leadership positions. Focuses on leadership skills necessary to be a manager in today’s organizations. Includes core courses from the Management Development associate degree program. Organizational Leadership, Basic – 15 credits For those already in leadership positions who would like to increase their effectiveness, as well as those who wish to move into leadership positions. Includes core courses from the Management Development associate degree program. Peachtree – 13 credits For those who want to develop a basic level of accounting skills to be more competitive in today’s job market. Learn specific business and accounting terminology in addition to updating basic computer skills in Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Discover how accounting provides financial information through the use of Peachtree computer software program. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree and technical diploma programs. QuickBooks – 13 credits For anyone who wants to develop a basic level of accounting skills to be more competitive in today’s job market. Learn specific business and accounting terminology in addition to updating basic computer skills in Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Discover how accounting provides financial information through the use of QuickBooks computer software program. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree and technical diploma programs. Writing for the Web – 10 credits For anyone who wants to learn how to write usable, appropriate content for websites. Also learn about search engine optimization, social media and proper use of web graphics. All classes are offered online. Writing, Proposal & Grant – 9 credits For those wishing to increase their employability with important grant-writing skills. Learn how to find, research and write grants and proposals, using new research methods and solid writing principles. All classes are offered online.

Construction Electrical Code, National – 5 credits For beginning, apprentice and journeyperson electricians seeking a better understanding and working knowledge of the National Electrical Code. Also for anyone working in the electrical or multi-craft career fields. Approved for 24 hours Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for journeyman and master electricians. Classes available online.

To learn more about FVTC certificate programs and specific course requirements, visit www.fvtc.edu/certificates or call 1-800-735-FVTC (3882).

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Energy Auditor (Residential) – 13 credits For those seeking a career in energy auditing, as well as trade professionals, engineers or displaced workers. Provides an overview of renewable energies, blueprint reading, energy and building science, air flow, the energy audit process and more. Prepare for energy auditing certifications and perform energy audits with visual inspection techniques, thermal imaging and software analysis of energy use. Photovoltaic Installer Entry Level – 13 credits For individuals entering the photovoltaic (solar) field, as well as trade professionals and engineers with a basic electrical background. Covers renewable energies, safety, blueprint reading, and photovoltaic design and installation. Prepares you for the NABCEP Entry Level Certificate Program exam. Receive an OSHA 10-hour Construction Safety Completion card and a Powered Industrial Truck Operator Completion card. Credits apply to FVTC Electricity technical diploma program. Day, evening, weekend and online classes available.

Engineering & Electronic Related Technologies Automation & Maintenance, Advanced – 12 credits For individuals with basic knowledge and experience in maintenance who are seeking employment or advancement in a career using automation principles and components. Courses focus on controllers, sensors, software, robotics, motion systems, SCADA and the integration of multiple devices. Credits apply to FVTC Automated Manufacturing Systems associate degree program. Day and evening classes available. Broadband Cable Installer – 5 credits New! For program students and individuals looking to enter the broadband cable industry as installers. Prepares participants for a career in installing cable-based telecommunication services in residential and commercial installations. Building Protection Specialist – 16 credits New! For anyone who would like to learn the foundation for EH & S in the approaches, hardware and software systems, legal and regulatory requirements, and management of buildings and complexes across a very broad range of industries, healthcare, municipal and other facilities and resources. Coursework includes threat assessment, facility inspections, evaluations and recommendation for commercial security and fire protection systems and, testing and documentation requirements for those systems and effective response procedures. CAD Management – 24 credits For individuals who want to learn to keep a CAD department running smoothly, quickly, and efficiently. You should have an associate degree in Mechanical Design or equivalent, plus 2-3 years experience with your particular CAD software. Learn to customize and program CAD software. Study basic networking, data and document management, hardware and software budgeting, and peer teaching techniques. Credits may apply to other FVTC degree and certificate programs. Day and evening classes available. Computer Rendering & Animation – 7 credits Learn the technology used in video game creation and movie animation. Create animations for a variety of applications including mechanical design, landscape design, interior design and law enforcement. ControlLogix PLCs – 4 credits Hands-on training for maintenance and engineering personnel who want to expand their PLC knowledge. Learn to use the ControlLogix PLC and its new languages and capabilities for motion control and communication gateways. Flexible class options. Dept. of Transportation Compliance Specialist – 15 credits New! For individuals looking to gain an understanding of the DOT rules and regulations as they apply in industry. Special emphasis is on the areas of responsibility for an EHS office at an industrial site.

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Electronic Communication & Data Cabling – 6 credits For people seeking entrance into copper and fiber data cabling, testing, certification and documentation careers. Also for those already working in the field who need continuing education or who wish to add an emphasis in this area. Electronics Principles – 14 credits Provides a solid electronics foundation and can address staffing and cross training needs. Courses offered days and evenings from various locations with multiple start dates. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree programs. Electronics, Biomedical – 9 credits For students and graduates of electronics or electrical engineering technology degree programs or individuals with a strong electronics background seeking advanced technical knowledge. Learn to advise and assist hospital staff with the safe operation of technical equipment, as well as device repair. Electronics, Practical Fundamental – 8 credits Provides a foundation in fundamental electronics. Topics include components, circuit theory, circuit assembly, and the operation of test equipment used for powering and analyzing circuitry. Multiple start dates. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree programs. Energy & Environmental Management – 16 credits For individuals who are interested in sustainability for business and residential uses. Explore current standards and regulations as well as market and projected growth factors. Develop sustainability plans and environmental management programs based upon established guidelines of the EPA, ISO and additional national and international standards. E-learning tools provided by J.J. Keller & Associates, Inc. Transfer credits to the Applied Engineering Technology associate degree program. Start anytime with self-paced and online classes. Energy Management & Control for Buildings – 12 credits For engineering technology students or other students interested in specializing in energy management and control of building environments. Includes HVAC, lighting, fire and security systems. Courses are offered online and can be used to fulfill associate degree program electives. Engineering, Industrial/Manufacturing – 15 credits For people who want to learn new skills or stay current in the field of industrial technology. Classes are based on state-of-theart industry standards. Start any time with self-paced classes. Environmental Compliance Specialist – 15 credits New! Provides a foundation in the environmental laws and regulations found in industry. Coursework ranges from auditing and inspection programs to permitting and waste determination. Covers air and water emissions, along with hazardous and solid wastes stream management. Includes safety procedures associated with the day-to-day handling of hazardous materials and waste streams, along with emergency response procedures. Industrial Equipment Fundamentals – 14 credits For trades people and technicians in the industrial business sector who want to prepare to enter or advance in industrial maintenance. Includes hands-on training and theory. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree and technical diploma programs. Instrumentation & Process Control – 4 credits For people seeking an introduction to process control and instrumentation commonly found in industrial applications. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree programs. Intelligent Interface Design & SCADA – 9 credits For those interested in the design, prototype and implementation of operator interfaces. Study intelligent layout of the touch screen and explore concepts in screen layout, user feedback, dialog design, and error handling. Learn about industrial Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) software packages in a hands-on laboratory. Includes an overview of digital instrumentation and industrial protocols used for communications.

Motors & Variable Speed Drives – 4 credits Covers operation of DC and AC motors as well as DC and AC variable speed drive operation, set-up and application. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree programs. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) – 5 credits Provides a foundation in ladder logic and control devices as well as providing coverage of fundamental, intermediate and advanced programmable logic controller topics and applications. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree programs. Renewable Energy Engineering Technology – 15 credits For individuals who want an introduction to renewable energy topics from a technical perspective and/or program students who would like a renewable energy emphasis in their major. Gain introductory technical knowledge of renewable energy topics such as photovoltaic, wind, energy storage, electric vehicle, and power conversion technologies. Credits may be applied to an FVTC Individualized Technical Studies associate degree. Telecommunications Field Service – 13 credits Learn how to install and troubleshoot telecommunication services by cable, telephone and wireless telecommunication providers. Train on electronic circuits and systems. Telecommunications, Advanced – 9 credits For engineering technology students or others who are interested in specializing in the telecommunications field. Covers advanced topics in telecommunications including fiber optics, communication signals, telephone and data networking, telephone systems, voice data and RF signal analysis. Courses are offered in a blended format and can be used to fulfill associate degree program electives.

Health Science Exploring Health Careers – 12 credits For people who want to pursue a career in health care, but aren’t sure which FVTC program best fits their interests and abilities. Learn more about job opportunities, pay and benefits in these fields, as well as the necessary education and next steps. Some classes offered online. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree and technical diploma programs. Gerontology – 7 credits For individuals who work with, or plan to work with, the elderly in health, residential and community agencies. Also for family caregivers or volunteers who assist older adults. Courses available online. Nursing, Licensed Practical Nurse Refresher – 7 credits For currently licensed LPNs who have been out of the nursing workforce for more than five years. Practice current nursing skills and clinical performance to re-enter the nursing field. Examine the nursing process, infection control, medication update, recent trends, the aging population, communication and scope of practice through independent online theory review. Nursing, Registered Nurse Refresher – 7 credits For currently licensed RNs who have been out of the nursing workforce for more than five years. Practice current nursing skills and clinical performance to re-enter the nursing field. Examine the nursing process, infection control, medication update, recent trends, the aging population, communication and scope of practice through independent online theory review.

Human Services AODA Specialty Education – 11 credits For people who hold or are in the process of gaining licensure as a professional counselor, clinical social worker, or marriage and family therapist in the state of Wisconsin and seek certification as a substance abuse counselor. A meeting with the AODA Department Chair is required prior to admission and you must show evidence or application of licensure.

To learn more about FVTC certificate programs and specific course requirements, visit www.fvtc.edu/certificates or call 1-800-735-FVTC (3882).

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Child Care Administrator – 18 credits For administrators and supervisors from early childhood programs and for students or graduates of the FVTC Early Childhood Education associate degree program working as lead teachers. Addresses the roles of an administrator or director in an early childhood setting. Upon completion, you may apply to The Registry for the Wisconsin Professional Credentials for Child Care Administrators. Substance Abuse Counselor Education – 14 credits For individuals who already hold the Wisconsin substance abuse counselor credential at the SAC-IT level and need additional education and training to meet the DRL’s education requirements. Obtain more advanced skills and knowledge to work with substance abusing people, per DRL regulations. Substance Abuse Counselor in Training – 8 credits For individuals seeking basic information about substance abuse counseling or needing to meet the Wisconsin Department of Regulation and Licensing Board’s (DRL) educational requirement for the SAC-IT credential. You must possess a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a human services discipline. Obtain an acceptable foundation of skills and knowledge to begin working under supervision with substance abusing clients, per DRL regulations.

Information Technology Exploring IT Careers – 11 credits For people who want to pursue a career in information technology, but aren’t sure which FVTC program best fits their interests and abilities. Learn more about job opportunities, pay and benefits in these fields, as well as the necessary education and next steps. Some classes offered online. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree and technical diploma programs. IT-Database – 11 credits For anyone who wants to learn industry database concepts and skills. Design effective databases and use the SQL language. Administer and use Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle for personal or professional use. IT-Desktop Support – 13 credits For anyone who wants to learn help desk skills for personal or professional use. Find out about popular tools and concepts used in the industry. Classes offered days, evenings and online. IT-Mobile Applications Development – 12 credits New! For those interested in learning the skills needed to develop and deploy mobile applications to their associated devices. Platforms and environments covered will include iOS (iPhone, iPad and Touch), Android and Windows Phone. IT-Network Administration – 14 credits For people who wish to focus on the administration of network servers in the corporate environment. Learn how to implement solutions in single and multiplatform environments, and install and configure network operating systems and associated network applications. Classes offered days and evenings. Credits apply to an FVTC associate degree in IT-Network Specialist. IT-Network Infrastructure – 12 credits For anyone who wants to learn network infrastructure concepts and tools. Learn how to prepare network cables, upgrade and configure workstation PCs, design and implement networks, and support a wide variety of computer hardware at a professional level. IT-PC Programming – 19 credits For anyone who wants to learn PC programming concepts and skills for personal and professional use. Write programs using Visual Basic C++ and Microsoft SQL server. IT-Security – 10 credits New! For recent associate degree graduates or professionals seeking to gain valuable technical knowledge to employ effective information security practices within an organization. Hands-on training assessing current information security within an organization and how to effectively secure data and networks is also included.

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IT-Web Design – 14 credits For anyone who wants to learn Web design skills for personal or professional use. Learn about popular tools used in the industry. Design, develop and maintain a Web site. IT-Web Development – 14 credits For anyone who wants to learn Web development skills for personal or professional use. Learn about popular tools used in the industry. Use HTML, scripting, XML and Web administration concepts and tools.

Law Enforcement & Public Safety Child Protection Investigator – 13 credits For anyone currently in the child protection or criminal justice field. Learn about forensic evidence of child abuse, child predators, interview and interrogation techniques, and proper procedures for handling and managing a child abuse/missing/ neglected case. Courses only available online. Corrections – 15 credits For current Criminal Justice associate degree students, those wishing to enter the corrections field, and those currently employed in corrections who wish to advance in their careers. Enhance your employability by learning about the history and development of the penal system, the nature of modern correctional institutions and the management of correctional institutions. Examine correctional law, prisoner rights and inmate litigation. Receive training on correctional security, including inmate management, personal protection, equipment and tactics. Available entirely online. Crime Prevention – 14-15 credits For people who wish to be employed in a law enforcement agency in a civilian or sworn position in crime prevention. Learn how to offer appropriate advice to business owners in both daily operations and security to their physical buildings. Conduct either CPTED surveys or Physical Security surveys depending on the particular emphasis chosen to study. Criminal Investigator – 17 credits For anyone in the criminal justice field. Learn about forensic evidence, interview and interrogation techniques, procedures for handling and managing a criminal case, evidence preparation and testifying in court. Criminal Justice Executive Development Institute – 16 credits For current and future command staff leaders in criminal justice agencies. Topics include management principles and leadership skills, personal growth and development, managing the planning process, human resource development, resource allocation, building community support, the future of law enforcement and public financing and budgeting. Cyber Crime Investigation – 11 credits Designed for working investigators and those seeking to enter this growing field. Includes information technology and criminal justice courses that focus on the investigation of computer crime, Internet-related crime and computer-related evidence recovery. Courses available online. Emergency Medical Technician - Advanced – 4 credits For EMT-Basic Technicians who are licensed in the state of Wisconsin. This 150-hour certification program prepares you to respond on an ALS ambulance with the ability to start IVs and administer nitroglycerine, naloxone and 50 percent dextrose. Evidence Technician – 14 credits New! For people in the criminal justice field, both public law enforcement and private security, seeking to become involved in the collection of physical evidence at a crime scene. Evidence Technician - Advanced – 12 credits New! For individuals already involved in investigations or evidence collection who want to become proficient in advanced skills. Exploring Public Safety Careers – 13 credits For people who want to pursue a career in public safety, but aren’t sure which FVTC program best fits their interests and abilities. Learn more about job opportunities, pay and benefits in these fields, as well as the necessary education and next steps. Some classes are offered online. Credits may apply to related associate degree and technical diploma programs.

Fire Investigator – 16 credits New! For those working in law enforcement, the fire service (both paid and volunteer), the insurance industry or any other persons interested in the investigation of fires. Loss Prevention Specialist – 17 credits For new or experienced loss prevention personnel who want to learn about core and ancillary areas of loss prevention and retail security. Also learn how to identify unknown areas of real and potential loss and specify recommendations to reduce losses. Private Investigation Specialist – 18 credits Designed to help the novice become a fully trained private or corporate security investigator. Prepares you to take the Wisconsin private detective licensing exam and teaches the required elements contained in any other basic state licensing exam. Courses available online. Security – 17 credits Designed for those interested in security careers as company employees or security consultants. Learn concepts related to business security issues affecting both operational and building physical attributes. Course available online.

Manufacturing CNC Conversational Programming & Operation – 6 credits For anyone interested in the machinist trades or the tool and die environment. Focuses on conversational programming, set-up and operation for CNC machines. Prerequisite course or equivalent work experience required. CNC M/G Code Programming & Operation – 6 credits For anyone interested in the machinist trades or the tool and die environment. Focuses on EIA/ISO programming, set-up and operation for CNC machines. Prerequisite course or equivalent work experience required. Digital Manufacturing – 16 credits For people who want to learn to translate a digital design to a physical object. Use new engineering tools and machines to shape materials into 3D objects. Classes offered online and in the FAB LAB. Emergency Preparedness Specialist – 18 credits For those in business & industry who are interested in emergency preparedness under the guidelines established by the Department of Homeland Security. Develop business continuity plans and integrated contingency plans based on national standards for emergency preparedness. E-learning tools are provided by J.J. Keller & Associates, Inc. to enhance your learning experience. Begin anytime with self-paced and online classes. Engine Lathe – 8 credits For anyone interested in the machining trades or machine maintenance. Focuses on the basic operation and set-up of the manual engine lathe. Prerequisite requirements. Environmental Health & Safety – 15 credits Sharpen your skills or learn new ones in the area of environment and occupational safety and health. Based on state-of-the art industry standards. Use tools provided by J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. to enhance your learning experience. Start anytime with self-paced classes. Exploring Manufacturing Careers – 14 credits For people who want to pursue a career in manufacturing, but aren’t sure which FVTC program best fits their interests and abilities. Learn more about job opportunities, pay and benefits in these fields, as well as the necessary education and next steps. Some classes offered online. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree and technical diploma programs. Grinding Processes – 6 credits For anyone interested in the machining trades or machine maintenance. Focuses on the basic operation and set-up of surface, tool and cutter, and cylindrical grinders. Prerequisite course or equivalent work experience required.

To learn more about FVTC certificate programs and specific course requirements, visit www.fvtc.edu/certificates or call 1-800-735-FVTC (3882).

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Industrial Maintenance – 14 credits Designed for individuals seeking employment or advancement in an industrial maintenance setting. Focus on electronics, fluid power, programmable logic controllers, mechanical components and electrical power distribution. Courses may apply to related FVTC associate degree programs. Day and evening courses available. Lean/Six Sigma – 15 credits Learn to identify and target improvements in the most important processes, measure the process results and set goals, involve employees in the DMAIC process, and use data and statistics to drive focused, data-based improvements. Learn to use Lean and Six Sigma tools through the implementation of a project at your workplace. Machine Tool Measurement & Benchwork – 6 credits For anyone interested in the machining trades or machine maintenance. Focuses on metrology, layout, drill press operation and sawing. Self-paced, hands-on setting with instructors to guide you. Multiple start dates. Manual Machine Tools, Advanced – 6 credits For anyone interested in the machining trades or machine maintenance. Focuses on the advanced operations and set-up procedures of the manual engine lathe and manual milling machine. Multiple start dates. Prerequisite course or equivalent work experience required. Manual Milling Machines – 6 credits For anyone interested in the machining trades or machine maintenance. Focuses on the basic operation and set-up of the manual milling machine. Multiple start dates. Prerequisite requirements. Materials Planning & Control – 15 credits For people who want to learn new skills or stay current in the field of industrial technology. Classes based on state-of-the-art industry standards. Start anytime with independent study courses. Purchasing – 17 credits Sharpen your skills or learn new skills in the area of purchasing. Courses based on modern industry standards. Quality Assurance – 15 credits Sharpen your skills or learn new ones in the area of quality assurance. Start anytime with self-paced classes.

Marketing, Sales & Service Commercial Design – 15 credits For experienced designers and program students seeking advanced skills in the commercial design field. Gain skills in project management, presentation, computer design, lighting and ergonomics. Contact Center – 12 credits For people who want to prepare for a career in the contact center environment. Explore various career path options. Develop the necessary skills, attitudes, and work ethic to be successful. Learn about computer and equipment applications, customer service skills, the call process, and tools needed to operate in a high-paced, structured environment. Exploring Marketing & Sales Careers – 15 credits For people who want to pursue a career in marketing and sales, but aren’t sure which FVTC program best fits their interests and abilities. Learn more about job opportunities, pay and benefits in these fields, as well as the necessary education and next steps. Some classes offered online. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree and technical diploma programs. Kitchen & Bath Design – 33 credits For kitchen and bath interior design professionals. Prepare for the National Kitchen and Bath Association Associate Kitchen and Bath Design certification.

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Selling Techniques, Advanced – 9 credits For people employed or seeking advancement in sales. Learn sales skills and techniques that work, including sales management and database marketing. Improve your written communication skills. Learn the verbal and non-verbal clues that indicate whether a prospect is preparing to make a buying decision. Recognize the significance of customer service in today’s competitive sales environment. Selling Techniques, Introductory – 9 credits For people re-entering the workforce, changing careers or seeking advancement within their organization. Improve your interpersonal communication and active listening skills. Describe the kinds of product information a salesperson must know to be competitive. Distinguish between product features and benefits. Web Marketing – 20 credits New! For anyone who wants to understand marketing principles as they relate to traditional and Internet marketing. As well as understanding basic Web design and its application to marketing a business. Learn more about the current marketing tools being used on the Web and how to develop written content for the Web.

Transportation Automotive Service Management – 12 credits For anyone interested in working directly with customers as customer relations specialists, service consultants, or service managers in automotive repair facilities. Develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to succeed in a service-oriented environment. Classes offered evenings and weekends. CDL Straight Truck – 5 credits Learn how to operate various types of vehicles such as delivery, garbage, dump and petroleum trucks. Learn to perform pre-trip inspections of the vehicle and develop driving skills needed for Class B vehicles. Receive a Class B CDL upon completion. Diesel/Caterpillar Technician Caterpillar-specific technician career tracks offered through FVTC and the FABTECH Education Center. You are trained by FVTC instructors and work on current model Caterpillar equipment, engines and generators using the latest tools and advanced diagnostic technology. Construction Equipment Technician – 15 credits Electric Power & Marine Engine Technician – 15 credits Engine Technician – 14 credits Rental Store Equipment Technician – 28 credits Diesel Technician - Advanced – 12 credits New! Designed for graduates of the Diesel program and diesel technicians currently working in industry. Students will learn advanced level mechanical and electrical troubleshooting skills. Electronic systems, emission systems, and advanced drivetrain systems will be discussed. Electrical Power Generator Service Technician – 14 credits Prepares you to test, adjust and troubleshoot generators, voltage regulators and frequency problems; calculate power factor and identify the effects of reactive loading on the engine and generator; and perform preventive maintenance on generators. Upon completion, you may pursue certification through the Electrical Generating Systems Association. Exploring Automotive Careers – 11-17 credits For people who want to pursue an automotive career, but aren’t sure which FVTC program best fits their interests and abilities. Learn more about job opportunities, pay and benefits in these fields, as well as the necessary education and next steps. Some classes offered online. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree and technical diploma programs. Logistics – 15 credits For people who control the inbound flow of raw materials and the outbound shipment of finished goods. Focus on current changes in the transportation industry and practical solutions to logistics problems. Courses available online.

General, Individualized & Global Studies General Studies Transfer Certificate (1+3 with UW-Green Bay) – 32 credits Matches 32 FVTC credits with specific UW-Green Bay general education requirements. Classes available at multiple locations throughout the area and in a variety of formats, including online, for your convenience. Completion of the courses allows you to qualify for sophomore status at UWGB. General Studies Transfer Certificate (1+3 with UW-Oshkosh) – 33 credits Matches 33 FVTC credits with specific UW-Oshkosh general education requirements. Classes available at multiple locations throughout the area and in a variety of formats, including online, for your convenience. Completion of the courses allows you to qualify for sophomore status at UWO. Bilingual Interpretation – 15 credits For bilingual individuals (native fluency in English and other languages). Obtain skills necessary to provide translation and interpretation services to and from foreign languages and English in professional and workplace settings. English Bilingual Business – 19 credits New! English Language Learning (ELL) students who take those ELL-Bridge courses, which are regular courses at FVTC, enable them to develop their strength to understand the subject areas not only in their target language (English) but also in their first language. English Language Competency - Advanced – 15 credits For English language learners who want to fine-tune their grammar, writing, listening and speaking skills. Upon completion, you may pursue a degree program without TOEFL. English Language Competency - Beginning – 20 credits For English language learners who need to acquire basic skills in grammar, writing, listening and speaking. After successful completion, students advance to intermediate level. English Language Competency - Intermediate – 16 credits For English language learners who have a basic foundation in English and want to advance their grammar, writing, listening and speaking skills. After successful completion, students can enroll in the advanced level. General Education – 12 credits For undecided students looking for transferable courses. Provides a core of general education courses that can be applied to an FVTC program or transferred to another college. ACCUPLACER testing is required to determine readiness for course enrollment. Some courses available online. Global Business Professional – 6 credits New! These six accelerated online seminars will teach skills in international marketing, product development, culture, communications, strategy, sales, finance, banking and logistics. By successfully completing the six seminars, students will earn an FVTC Advantage Certificate as a “Global Business Professional.” The seminars incorporate a NASBITE (North American Small Business International Trade Educators) text, so students can participate in the national CGBP exam. The FVTC Global Business Professional certificate demonstrates a competency in international business knowledge and skills that are in demand today. Spanish – 15 credits For any student or professional who would like to effectively communicate and interact with Spanish speakers. Flexible class options. Spanish Health Care – 15 credits Specialized language and culture training that prepares health care professionals to effectively communicate and interact with Spanish speaking patients/clients in a health care environment.

To learn more about FVTC certificate programs and specific course requirements, visit www.fvtc.edu/certificates or call 1-800-735-FVTC (3882).

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Registration Information Summer registration begins Monday, April 30. Fox Valley Technical College will be closed Monday, May 28 for Memorial Day and July 2-6 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 summer term are due on May 25, 2012, 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 (www.fvtc.edu) 1. Log in to MyFVTC. • Go to our Web site at www.fvtc.edu. • Select MyFVTC from the home page. • Enter your Student ID and Password. o Forget your Student ID or Password? Click Reset Your MyFVTC Password and follow the instructions. o 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. 3. 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 45. 4. Drop Classes • You are responsible for dropping classes to avoid full payment. See our Refund Policy on page 45. • Click Drop Classes from the Enrollment section and follow the instructions. • When you’ve completed the process, if the Status is “Success,” your class has been dropped. (If there was an error, the message Errors Found will appear; click this link for more details.) • Dropping classes may have an impact on your financial aid eligibility. Contact Financial Aid at (920) 735-5650 with questions.

By Mail • Complete the registration form on page 47. • 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 47. • You may register in person at any FVTC location listed on page 2.

By Phone • Fees for the summer term are due on May 25, 2012, 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. Payment eCheck is fast and easy and is the preferred method of payment. It is a free payment option available via MyFVTC 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 at MyFVTC 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 MyFVTC) 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 MyFVTC. 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 50% of the class’s potential hours of instruction have been completed, you will receive an “F” 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.

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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/fvtcforms. For more information on the policy, please visit www.fvtc.edu/under16. 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/fvtcforms. 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).

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2012-2013 Academic Year Registration Form

*REQUIRED

SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER

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MALE CHECK ONE M.I.

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*LAST NAME

*CITY

*STATE

RESIDENT OF

VILLAGE

CITY

TOWNSHIP

OF _____________________________________________________

*ZIP CODE

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YES NO

2. SELECT ANY OTHER GROUP OR GROUPS THAT APPLY TO YOU. (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY)

CITY

STATE

YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION

RESIDENT OF

CELL PHONE

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HIGHEST GRADE OF SCHOOL COMPLETED

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EMAIL ADDRESS

AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE

BLACK OR AFRICAN-AMERICAN

ASIAN

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WHITE

YR

SCHOOL NAME

THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS REQUIRED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES

1. ARE YOU HISPANIC OR LATINO?

DAY

*DATE OF BIRTH

2.

L H A I S G T H A S T C T H E O N O D L E D

FORMER NAME

*MAILING ADDRESS

FEMALE

1.

THIS INFORMATION IS REQUIRED BY THE STATE OR FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES

WORK STATUS AT ENROLLMENT

2. EMPLOYED PART-TIME

3. UNDER-EMPLOYED

5. NOT IN LABOR MARKET

6. DISLOCATED WORKER

ARE YOU A SINGLE PARENT? 1. 2.

YES NO

ARE YOU ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED? 1.

2.

YES

IF YOU ARE OF HIGH SCHOOL AGE, PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING

1. EMPLOYED FULL-TIME 4. UNEMPLOYED AND SEEKING EMPLOYMENT

NO

STUDENT START DATE

CLASS NUMBER

ARE YOU A DISPLACED HOMEMAKER?

1.

YES

2.

1.

ALTERNATE H.S (QUEST)

2.

YOUTH OPTIONS

3.

YOUTH APPRENTICESHIP

4.

CREDIT RECOVERY

5.

TECH PREP

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OTHER

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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 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE WITHIN TWO YEARS. ANY INDIVIDUAL OR MEMBER OF A FAMILY WHO RECEIVES TANF, FOOD STAMPS OR WHOSE INCOME IS AT OR BELOW THE POVERTY LEVEL AS DEFINED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE: CLASS NAME

STUDENT ID _____________________________

NUMBER IN FAMILY INCOME

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$19,090

$23,050

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$34,930

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INSTRUCTOR

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MALE CHECK ONE M.I.

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*LAST NAME

FORMER NAME

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*CITY

*STATE

RESIDENT OF

1. ARE YOU HISPANIC OR LATINO?

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CITY

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THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS REQUIRED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES YES

DAY

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THIS INFORMATION IS REQUIRED BY THE STATE OR FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES WORK STATUS AT ENROLLMENT

1. EMPLOYED FULL-TIME

2. EMPLOYED PART-TIME

3. UNDER-EMPLOYED

4. UNEMPLOYED AND SEEKING EMPLOYMENT

5. NOT IN LABOR MARKET

6. DISLOCATED WORKER

ARE YOU A SINGLE PARENT? 1. 2.

YES NO

ARE YOU ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED? 1.

YES

2.

STUDENT START DATE

NO CLASS NUMBER

ARE YOU A DISPLACED HOMEMAKER?

YES

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ALTERNATE H.S (QUEST)

2.

YOUTH OPTIONS

3.

YOUTH APPRENTICESHIP

4.

CREDIT RECOVERY

5.

TECH PREP

6.

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NO

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 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE WITHIN TWO YEARS. ANY INDIVIDUAL OR MEMBER OF A FAMILY WHO RECEIVES TANF, FOOD STAMPS OR WHOSE INCOME IS AT OR BELOW THE POVERTY LEVEL AS DEFINED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE: CLASS NAME

STUDENT ID _____________________________

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1.

IF YOU ARE OF HIGH SCHOOL AGE, PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING 1.

NUMBER IN FAMILY INCOME

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8*

$11,170

$15,130

$19,090

$23,050

$27,010

$30,970

$34,930

$38,890

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

*ADD $3,960 EACH ADD'L FAMILY MEMBER FEE

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STUDENT SIGNATURE ____________________________________________________________________________________________________

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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 Services (Career, Academic, Personal). . Educational Support Services . . . . . . . . . . . Enrollment Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Multicultural Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . Program Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Student Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Student Employment Services . . . . . . . . . . . Student Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 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 Counseling services are available Monday through Friday at FVTC’s Appleton campus. For more information or an appointment, call 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) 720-6815 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

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Welcome! Thank you for checking out the Summer Take a Class guide. Take a few minutes time to look through these pages, or search online at www.fvtc.edu/findaclass. There are hundreds of class options. For a step-by-step guide on how to register for classes, see page 44.

You want choices? We’ve got them! At Fox Valley Technical College, you can learn when you want, where you want and how you want. Choose from plenty of options to fit your budget, schedule and personal learning style. From many locations, we offer credit and non-credit, traditional classroom to online classes and everything in between. See page 3 for information on our flexible learning options. Or, if you’re interested in enrolling in one of our 200+ high-tech degree, diploma and certificate programs, visit www.fvtc.edu/programs or call 1-800-735-FVTC (3882).

Accredited andAffordable Fox Valley Technical College offers a solid return on your investment: • The most efficient and affordable option for higher education in the Fox Valley. • FVTC instructors have real-world work experience.

There’s good reason why Fox Valley Technical College has been the college of choice in this community for 100 years. You get high-tech occupational training for the workplace of today, whether you’re preparing for a new career or sharpening your job skills. In fact, many area employers turn to FVTC first to hire job-ready employees and to keep them sharp with continuing education. No surprise, since onethird of the fastest growing occupations require a technical college education. Fox Valley Tech prepares you for jobs that are the fabric of our community – from law enforcement and health care to business and advanced manufacturing... and everything in between. With over 200 programs to choose from, you can train for a career that’s in demand – right here, right now.

• High graduate employment rates average about 90%. • The average starting salary of FVTC grads is about $33,000, with an average salary increase of 40% over five years. • Accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association since 1970. • We’ve been in your community for 100 years. Our reputation is solid and we’re focused on the future!

Learn more at www.fvtc.edu/whyFVTC

Visit www.fvtc.edu/100years to see vintage photos & videos, view our interactive timeline, share a memory, or just read what others have to say. Member of:

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