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GALVESTON COLLEGE Continuing Education

2019 Summer Schedule SEE PAGES 6-9 FOR KIDS SUMMER SCHEDULE


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SUMMER 2019 Healthcare Professions ....................................................3 CPR and First Responder Training ................................4 Logistics Program...............................................................5 Safety ....................................................................................5 Kids College..........................................................................6 TCEQ Water Works.......................................................... 10 Software Training ............................................................11 Fine Art, Workout and Gym............................................12 Music and Photography...................................................13 Law Enforcement...............................................................14 Registration Instructions................................................15

HOW TO READ THE COURSE SCHEDULE ROOM SYMBOLS & BUILDING These symbols are used in the class schedules each semester. An explanation is as follows: M-222 means Moody Hall, Room 222 N-240 means Mary Moody Northen Center, Room 240

REGISTER FOR CLASSES ONLINE Pay for classes online with your debit/credit card. Some courses are eligible for payment plans.

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SCHEDULE FOR SUMMER PAYMENT PLANS Course where the 3rd day of class is after June 1, 2019

Q4 Term Enroll Period

Payment Draft Dates

April 1 - June 23, 2019 June 24 - July 25, 2019

July 5 and August 15, 2019 August 5, 2019

Payment plan enrollment requires a 50% deposit. Additional payments are auto drafted.

KIDS COLLEGE IS HERE

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R-300 means Regents Hall, Room 300 FA-207 means Fine Arts Building, Room 207 H-100 means Hermes Fitness Center, Room 100 AT means Charlie Thomas Family Applied Technology Center Class room assignments are subject to change.

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Healthcare PROFESSIONS

Health Care Requirements Must Be Met Visit our website for the latest updates!

These programs require additional paperwork. Visit our website to download applications, upload documents and pay fees. THIS CERTIFICATION MAY BE STACKED FOR THE PCT PATHWAY

Certified Nurse Aide (7 Weeks) $899

CNA

CPT

(Student must enroll in both courses) NURA 1001.1803 | 63 Hours | 6/3- 7/17 | M, T, W | 1:00pm-4:00pm | R-259 | O’Neal NURA 2005.4503 Clinical | 40 Hours | 6 Weeks | 6/13- 7/17 | TBA | TBA | O’Neal Become a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) in a long-term care facility or for a Home Health Agency. Explore the key component set forth by the Texas Department of Health and Human Services. Course topics include resident’s rights, communication, safety observation, reporting and basic comfort and care. Emphasis is placed on the effective interaction with the respective healthcare teams. CPR training is provided as part of the course but will be outside of the stated class time. Students must enroll concurrently in both NURA 1001 (60 classroom hours) and NURA 2005 (40 clinical hours) to complete the program and to be eligible for the certification examination.

PCT

Clinical hours are scheduled at various times by the instructor and may include day, evening and/or weekend times. Healthcare program requirements must be met prior to enrollment. Burgundy/wine scrubs, closed-toe white shoes and a watch with a second hand must be worn during clinical days. The student is responsible for transportation to and from clinical sites. The course textbook and workbook are included with tuition. Students are responsible for scheduling and paying for the certification testing fees online. This program is eligible for a payment plan. Additional funding sources may be available for eligible students.

Certified Phlebotomy Technician (7 Weeks) $999

THIS CERTIFICATION MAY BE STACKED FOR THE PCT PATHWAY

CNA

CPT

(Student must enroll in both courses) PLAB 1023.1903 | 63 Hours | 6/3 - 7/17 | M, T, W | 5:00pm-8:00pm | R-259 | O’Neal PLAB 1060.4503 | Clinical | 48 Hours | 6 Weeks | 6/27 - 8/01 | TBA | TBA | O’Neal The Phlebotomy course explores the practice of phlebotomy and should provide an understanding of the role of the phlebotomist in the health care system. Presented are: medical terminology, safety and legal issues, various related physiological systems, laboratory tests, and specimen handling. Upon successful completions students should be competent in performing venipuncture and dermal puncture and other methods of collecting clinical specimens. Students discover the proper techniques and safety precautions, as well as an understanding of professionalism, ethics and medical terminology related to obtaining specimens from adults, children and infants Healthcare requirements must be met prior to the first day of class. Clinical hours are scheduled at various times by the instructor, and may include day, evening and/or weekends. The student is responsible

EKG

EKG

PCT

for transportation to and from clinical sites. Burgundy scrubs, a lab coat and student patch are available for purchase in the college’s bookstore and must be worn during clinical days. Upon successful completion of this course the student should be eligible to take the National Healthcare Association (NHA) Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) examination. This course includes one attempt at the CPT examination, which will be scheduled by the instructor and is non-refundable and non-transferable. This program is eligible for a payment plan, and additional funding sources may be available for eligible students. The textbook is included with the tuition. Students are automatically enrolled in the UTMB student health program for the semester.

Certified EKG Technician (CET) (11 Weeks) $899

THIS CERTIFICATION MAY BE STACKED FOR THE PCT PATHWAY

CNA

CPT

EKG

PCT

ECRD 1011.1902 | 66 Hours | 6/3-8/14 | M, W | 5:30pm-8:30pm | R-251 | Jones The EKG Technician course presents the student with knowledge of the heart’s anatomy, physiology, function, how it produces electricity, and how one records this electricity with an EKG machine and/or a telemetry monitor. The course explores how to interpret EKG changes in commonly seen diseases, and important heart rhythm disturbances. This course introduces the student to the skills required for employment in an EKG stress testing laboratory, as well as an ambulatory EKG monitoring center. Upon successful completion of this course the student should be prepared the student

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to take the National Healthcare Association (NHA) Certified EKG Technician (CET) examination. Included in the cost of this course is one attempt at the CET examination, which will be scheduled by the instructor and is non-refundable and non-transferable. This program is eligible for a payment plan, and additional funding sources may exist for qualified students. The textbook and study guide, and practice exams are included with the tuition. Students must have a valid American Heart Association BLS-CPR prior to enrolling in the course, and meet the Healthcare program requirements.

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CPR Training

Basic Life Support CPR $66

CPR Training CPR Certification BLS (Basic Life Support) Galveston College is an approved American Heart Association training site and happily provides training for individuals, companies, groups and organizations with a flexible schedule. We can train your employees in CPR, First Aid and Bloodborne Pathogens to help them obtain the necessary credentials and certifications needed on the job. Course books, masks and one-way resuscitator are included in the cost of the course.

This course is required for students in most healthcare training programs. It is designed to teach healthcare professionals how to perform highquality CPR individually or as a part of a healthcare team. BLS students will learn rescue techniques for adults, children & infants, including the use of barrier devices & AED’s. BLS card is issued to the student upon successful completion of the course.

BLS-CPR CLASSES Course Title

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First Responder Training Critical Care Paramedic $849

EMSP 2058.1800 | 96 Hours | 8/12 & 8/24 | M, T, W, R, F, S | 8:30am-5:00pm | N-224 | Ayres NAEMT’s Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) is recognized around the world as the leading continuing education program for prehospital emergency trauma care. PHTLS is developed by NAEMT in cooperation with the American College of Surgeons’ Committee on Trauma. PHTLS courses improve the quality of trauma care and

decrease mortality. PHTLS is the global gold standard in prehospital trauma education and is taught in 64 countries, and is appropriate for EMTs, paramedics, nurses, physician assistants, physicians, and other prehospital providers.

HEALTHCARE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Specific program applications online. Applications for healthcare programs must be submitted 2 weeks prior to class start date. The State of Texas requires that all students in direct patient contact have obtained the immunizations below. In addition, we must abide by any requirements put forth by our clinical facilities. It is the student’s responsibility to obtain all immunizations in the proper time frame; students will not be allowed to enroll or begin clinicals unless all requirements are satisfied.

Tuberculosis (TB) skin Test (PPD): Proof of a negative reading within 12 months of the end date of clinical, or proof of a teter positive for antibodies. Chest Xray is required only if there is a history of positive PPD test. Xray must be after the date of positive PPD.

complete the series of three immunizations). If you need to fast track you can request a TWINRIX combo vaccine. Influenza (flu): Proof of one dose within the last year. Measles, Mumps & Rubella (MMR): If you were born in or after 1957 you must have documentation of 2 doses or a titer result to show immunity. Tetanus (Tdap): Those in an active clinical setting should show one dose within 2 years; those with no direct patient contact must have within the last 10 years. Varicella (Chickenpox): You must have 2 immunizations, a report of positive titer, or report of illness date.

criminal history, which can be obtained through the Texas Dept. of Public Safety website (www.txdps.state.tx.us). The following may disqualify a person from these programs: felony convictions; misdemeanor convictions involving crimes against persons; felony deferred adjudications for the sale, possession, distribution or transfer of narcotics or controlled substances; and registered sex offenders. All students must provide a current BLS CPR card, with the exception of Nurse Aide.

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Logistics Program

Students must enroll for both courses

MSSC Logistics & Material Management Certified Logistics Associate (CLA) $1200 LMGT 2002.1904A l 40/Hybrid Hours l 06/04 - 08/08 l TR l 6:00pm-8:00pm l FA-212 l Goomas

MSSC Logistics & Material Management Certified Logistics Technician (CLT) LMGT 2002.1904B l 40/Hybrid Hours l 06/04 - 08/08 l TR l 6:00pm-8:00pm l FA-212 l Goomas Topics in the Certified Logistics Associate (CLA) course include understanding the life cycle of global chain logistics, the logistics environment and familiarization with different material handling equipment, introduction to safety principles and safe equipment handling, quality control principles, workplace communications, teamwork and problem solving. Classes meet twice weekly for lectures. Cost includes one attempt at the MSSC CLA exam and online study materials. Students who have successfully completed the first level CLA course are eligible to take this Certified Logistics Technician (CLT) course. The focus is on product receiving, storage order processing, packaging and shipment, inventory control, evaluation of transportation modes and dispatch and tracking. The Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC) is our nation’s leading industry-led training, assessment and certification organization.

Safety Intro to Electrical Safety-Core NCCER $399 ELPT 1021.2800 l 48 Hours l 06/17-08/07 l M,T,W l 2:30pm-4:30pm l AT-205 l Bearden Students who want to be certified in the NCCER Core Curriculum and begin preparations for Electrical Level 1 certification should take this course. Topics include basic and electrical safety, intro to hand and power tools, basic communication and employability skills, construction math, construction drawings, and more! Class meets three times per week for lecture and hands on portion.

OSHA 10- General Industry $99 OSHT 1003.1900 l 12 Hours l 05/20-05/22 l M,T,W l 6:00pm-10:00pm l FA-212 l Alsept Introduction to techniques involving the safe handling of blood and air borne pathogens, as well as, general safety and security on the premises. OSHA 10-Hour training in the general industry promotes safety culture through peer training and includes Injury and Illness prevention programs, job site inspections, accident prevention programs, management commitment and employee involvement, worksite analysis, hazard prevention and control, along with, accident investigations.

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Galveston College Continuing Education


Galveston College Continuing Education

2019 Summer

KIDS’ COLLEGE

JUNE classes

Babysitting Lessons & Safety Training

Ages 12+

BLAST! (Babysitter Lessons and Safety Training) is an important training program for potential babysitters and parents considering hiring a babysitter. The BLAST program is exciting and interactive, providing extensive training in pediatric first aid, household safety, and the fundamentals of childcare. Includes: CPR certification, current practices for safety and injury prevention, first aid basics, quick reference tools, and more!

GCKD 1059-1800 June 3 - 6, 2019 Monday - Thursday | 8:30am-11:30am | Room N-240 | O’Neal | $139

Private Guitar/Ukulele Lessons

Ages 8+ Fun and Creative Individual Music Lessons for Kids, Teens, and Adults. Beginners are welcome, as are students with special learning needs.

GCLR 5000-1800

June 12 - July 10, 2019

Wednesday | TBA, By Appointment Only | Room FA-219 | Krout | $99

Beginning Baking for Kids

Ages 8-13

Do you like to help out in the kitchen? Do you want to understand the science of baking? Do you have a sweet tooth and want to improve your baking skills? Let us introduce you to the fundamentals of baking in this fun and explorative 2-week course.

GCKD 1001-1800

June 17 - 27, 2019

Monday-Thursday | 8:30am-11:30am | Room N-116 | Salinas | $169

Minecraft Modders

Ages 8+

Modify and create your own Minecraft® characters, tools, mobs, and more! Use your favorite game to learn the basics of modding and foundations of programming. Learn scripting and logic statements as you create your first mods! Introductory coding will also be taught through a simulated environment inspired by Minecraft. Student projects will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students must own a Java version of Minecraft. Tablet, phone, and game console versions of Minecraft are not compatible. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Returning students can create more advanced projects that build on previous years.

GCLR 5000-1802

June 17 - 20, 2019

Monday-Thursday | 8:30am-11:30am | Room FA-212 | Zhou | $139

Minecraft Animators

Ages 8+

Bring your favorite Minecraft characters to life in an animated short film! Learn how studios like Pixar and Disney make movies such as Inside Out and Frozen by using techniques like keyframing, tweening, texturing, and animating rigged 3D models! Student projects will be available on a password-protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. You do not need to own a Minecraft account to use the software in this class. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Mac users can play their project at home, but will not be able to edit the project without a PC. Returning students can create more advanced projects that build on previous years.

GCLR 5000-1803

June 24 - 27, 2019

Monday-Thursday | 8:30am-11:30am | Room FA-212 | Zhou | $139

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Galveston College Continuing Education

2019 Summer

KIDS’ COLLEGE

JUly classes

Beginning Painting for Kids

Ages 11+

Explore the art of Oil Painting with David Wheeler. Understand the basics of manipulating paints, perspective, creating and blending colors. Most supplies will be provided but students may opt to purchase a small art kit locally.

GCKD 1060-1800 July 8 - 11, 2019

Monday - Thursday | 1:00pm-4:00pm | Room FA-316 | Wheeler | $99

Minecraft Modders

Ages 8+

Modify and create your own Minecraft® characters, tools, mobs, and more! Use your favorite game to learn the basics of modding and foundations of programming. Learn scripting and logic statements as you create your first mods! Introductory coding will also be taught through a simulated environment inspired by Minecraft. Student projects will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students must own a Java version of Minecraft. Tablet, phone, and game console versions of Minecraft are not compatible.

GCLR 5000-1804

July 8- 11, 2019

Monday-Thursday | 8:30am-11:30am | Room FA-212 | Zhou | $139

Music Video Bash

Ages 12+

“Creating Original Music & Videos from Scratch - You’re the Star!” Do you like writing music? Do you see yourself as having a career in the music industry? In this course, the class will write, produce, and perform an original song. Create your own original music video with hands-on learning in camera movement, storyboarding, sound and editing. The final day of class will feature a music video festival showcasing all completed work! All students will leave class with a copy of their completed video in a easily shareable format!

GCKD 1002-1800

July 8- 18, 2019

Monday - Thursday | 1:00pm-4:30pm | Room FA-322 | Dudas/Krout | $169

Beginning Cooking for Kids

Ages 8-13

Are you dreaming of being a chef? Do you like to cook? Let us show you the keep elements of cooking, to help you grow into a excellent chef. In this course we will be planning meals, and exploring techniques for food preparation.

GCKD 1022-1800

July 8 - 18, 2019

Monday-Thursday | 8:30am-11:30am | Room N-116 | Salinas | $169

Minecraft Animators

Ages 8+

Bring your favorite Minecraft characters to life in an animated short film! Learn how studios like Pixar and Disney make movies such as Inside Out and Frozen by using techniques like keyframing, tweening, texturing, and animating rigged 3D models! Student projects will be available on a password-protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Mac users can play their project at home, but will not be able to edit the project without a PC.

GCLR 5000-1805

July 15 - 18, 2019

Monday-Thursday | 8:30am-11:30am | Room FA-212 | Zhou | $139

Private Guitar/Ukulele Lessons

Ages 8+

Fun and Creative Individual Music Lessons for Kids, Teens, and Adults. Beginners are welcome, as are students with special learning needs.

GCLR 5000-1801

July 17- August 14, 2019

Wednesday | TBA, By Appointment Only | Room FA-219 | Krout | $99

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Galveston College Continuing Education

2019 Summer

TEEN FAVORTIES Culinary Career Exploration

Ages 14+

Have you ever watched a cooking show on TV and thought you would like to be able to do that? How do they get all those ingredients to create that beautiful, delicious meal so quickly? Have you seen pastry chefs turn out works of art that delight the tongue? Join us for one or both of these two-week courses which will explore cooking, baking and pastry skills, as well as menu planning. These Culinary Career Exploration courses are taught by our in-house culinary chefs and are a great way to explore a future career and education pathways in the Culinary Arts.

GCKD 1022-1802

June 17 - 27, 2019

Monday-Thursday | 1:00pm-4:00pm | Room N-116 | $169

GCKD 1022-1801

July 8 - 18, 2019

Monday-Thursday | 1:00pm-4:00pm | Room N-116 | $169

Music Video Bash

Ages 12+

“Creating Original Music & Videos from Scratch - You’re the Star!” Do you like writing music? Do you see yourself as having a career in the music industry? In this course, the class will write, produce, and perform an original song. Create your own original music video with hands-on learning in camera movement, storyboarding, sound and editing. The final day of class will feature a Music Video Festival showcasing all completed work! All students will leave class with a copy of their completed video in a easily shareable format!

GCKD 1002-1800

July 8- 18, 2019

Monday - Thursday | 1:00pm-4:30pm | Room FA-322 | Dudas/Krout | $169

Can You Hack It

Ages 13+

Do you imagine a career in Cyber Ops? This class explores core security skills needed for monitoring, detecting, investigating, analyzing and responding to security events, thus protecting systems and organizations from cybersecurity risks, threats and vulnerabilities. Through the use of Cyber Ops Challenge games students are given an introduction to the knowledge and skills needed for a Security Analyst working with a Security Operations Center team. This course is taught by our In-house Networking instructor Daryl Williams and is a great way to explore a future education and career in IT.

GCKD 1003-1800

June 10 - July 24, 2019

Monday and Wednesday | 10:00am-Noon | Room R-376 | $149

CONTINUING EDUCATION

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TCEQ Water Works

Basic Water Works Operation

(1 Week)

$379

EPCT 1015.2901 l 20 Hours l 06/17-06/20 l M,T,W,R l 5:30pm-10:30pm l AT-300 l McLean This course includes instruction in the production, treatment, and distribution of potable water. Discover the origin and characteristics of water, disinfection, and storage and distribution systems. Explore basic safety measures regarding your water system and how to handle the public relations issues that develop surrounding water resources. Upon successful completion of Basic Water Works Operations training, participants have exposure

Basic Wastewater Operation

(1 Week)

to techniques that will allow for the proper operation and maintenance of water and wastewater systems. The course tuition includes one attempt a the state certification examination Class D License* through the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). The fee for the state certification exam is non-refundable and non-transferable. Eligibility for this exam is dependent upon acceptance by TCEQ.

$379

EPCT 1025.2900 l 20 Hours l 07/08-07/11 l M,T,W,R l 5:30pm-10:30pm l AT-300 l McLean This course in wastewater collection and treatment includes a brief overview of the water cycle. A general description of the responsibilities of wastewater system personnel is presented with an emphasis on the need for regulation of wastewater discharge to protect receiving streams and public health, safety, and welfare. Topics include: activated sludge process; alternative and advanced treatment; characteristics of wastewater; flow measurements; lift (pumping) stations; ponds, disinfection and safety procedures; preliminary treatment; records and reports; sedimentation and fixed-film processes collection systems; biological treatment of

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wastewater; goals of wastewater treatment; the law and sources of pretreatment of domestic wastes; water cycle and water reuse. Also included are Texas’ rules and regulations for licensing of wastewater system operators. The course tuition includes one attempt a the state certification examination Class D License* through the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). The fee for the state certification exam is non-refundable and nontransferable. Eligibility for this exam is dependent upon acceptance by TCEQ.

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Software Training

Earn this OSA certificate in just 10 weeks! Register for our Desktop Support program by enrolling in these 3 classes simultaneously. This program explores the PC system from software, hardware, and operating system points of view. CompTIA A+ topics are covered and include system boards, processors, memory, power supplies, input/output (I/O) ports, internal adapters, printers, and basic networking devices. Software topics include client/server operating systems and installation, as well as licensing software application. The knowledge integrates with fundamental customer support concepts for the operation of a help desk or call center. The fundamentals of computer networking including the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model, network architecture such as local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs) are addressed. Other topics of discussion include: network topologies, network protocols and services, routers and switches, wireless and access points, Virtual Private Networks (VPN), security, & IP addressing and subnetting. Students wishing to take the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Networking Fundamentals exam or CompTIA A+ test must purchase vouchers separately. If you are interested in taking any of these courses separately, please contact the CE office.

Personal Computer Hardware: IT Essentials (10 Weeks) ITSC 1025.1903 l 70/hybrid l 6/03-8/12/19 l M,W 4pm-9pm l R-376 l Williams Fundamentals of Networking Tech (10 Weeks) ITNW 1025.1903 l 64/hybrid l 6/03-8/12/19 l M,W 4pm-9pm l R-376 l Williams Help Desk Customer Service Skills (10 Weeks) ITSC 1044.1903 l 15/hybrid l 6/03-8/12/19 l M,W 4pm-9pm l R-376 l Williams

MS Excel 2016 - Basic (1 Week) $89

ITSW 1022.1800 l 7 Hours l 7/09-7/11/19 1pm-4:30pm l R-358 l Gant

MS Excel 2016 - Basic (1 Week) $89

ITSW 1022.1801 l 7 Hours l 7/23-7/25/19 1pm-4:30pm l R-358 l Gant

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MS Word 2016 - Basic (1 Week) $89 POFI 1024.1900 l 7 Hours l 8/06-8/08/19 l 5:30pm-9pm l R-358 l Gant

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Students who successfully complete all levels may wish to sit for the Microsoft Specialist Exams in the software of your choice.

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Cisco 1 Introduction to Networks (5 Weeks) ITCC 1014.1802 l 64/hybrid l 06/03-07/10/19 M,W l 1pm-3: 15pm l R-376 l Williams

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Are you needing to advance your software skill set? Do you need to become proficient in the latest version of Microsoft Office?

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MS Word 2016 - Advanced (1 Week) $89 POFI 2037.1901 l 7 Hours l 08/20-08/22/19 l 5:30pm-9pm l R-358 l Gant

Desktop Support Tec h

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$362

Cisco 2 Routing and Switching Essentials (5 Weeks) ITCC 1040.1802 l 64/hybrid l 07/15-08/14/19 M,W l 1pm-3: 15pm l R-376 l Williams

$362

Cisco 3 Scaling Networks Available Online Only - Contact CE if interested

Cisco 4 Connecting Networks Available Online Only - Contact CE if interested

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WORKOUT FINE ART Ceramics (5 Weeks) $362 GCAR 2046.1802 | 96 Hours | 6/10 - 7/11/2019 M, T, W, R | 1:00pm-5:50pm | FA-323 | Jones Explore the basics of the ceramic process, from hand building to the potters wheel. Some supplies are provided but students will need to purchase additional supplies. A supply list will be provided during the first class meeting.

Galveston College Continuing Education offers a wealth of opportunities for you to explore your interests, develop new skills, meet new people and have fun.

Yoga (10 Weeks) $99 GCLR 1046.1802 | 10 Hours 6/18 - 8/20/2019 | T | 11:50am-12:50pm | H-200 | Turner Our favorite island guru teaches the finer points of yoga conditioning and techniques. Don’t worry about your bend-ability; our instructor is great at working with all abilities.

JOIN OUR GYM

Introduction to Oil Painting

(6Weeks) $99 GCAR 1002.1900 | 12 Hours | 7/11 - 8/15/2019 R | 6:00pm-8:00pm | FA-316 | Wheeler Beginning oil painting investigates how to mix color with a limited palette and the use of paint medium. Explore composition, perspective and how to make an interesting a pleasing work of art. Discover how shadow and light can create drama to the subject being painted.

Enjoy a regular exercise routine this semester! Register for:

GCLR 1000.1802 | 16 Hours | (13 Weeks) $99 | 6/3 - 8/12/2019 Hours of Operation * M, T, W, R, | 8:00am-6:00pm | H-200 | TBA You must present your ID badge. Some restrictions apply. * Some exceptions to the hours of operation may apply.

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MUSIC Beginning Guitar - Group Class

(10 Weeks) $99 GCLR 2024.1900 | 10 Hours | 6/12-8/14/2019 | W | 6:00pm-7:00pm | FA-219 | Krout In this course, students are presented with the techniques that cover shooting and editing simple video shots from your personal recording device. This short course is great for the home user and utilizes software such as: Magisto, WeVideo, and a brief introduction to Final Cut Pro.  Students will produce at least one video during the course that can be used for promotion on social media or websites.  Students need to have a flash drive and SD Card. Classes are held in the Ball High Production Studio.

Private Lessons (5 Weeks) Guitar/Ukulele/ Songwriting Lessons $99 GCLR 5000.1800 | 2.5 Hours | 6/12-7/10/2019 | W | TBA, By Appointment Only FA-219 | Krout

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Private Lessons (5 Weeks) Guitar/Ukulele/ Songwriting Lessons $99 GCLR 5000.1801 | 2.5 Hours | 7/17-8/14/2019 | W | TBA, By Appointment Only FA-219 | Krout

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Beginning Ukulele - Group Class

(10 Weeks) $99 GCLR 2024.1901 | 10 Hours | 6/12-8/14 | W | 7:00pm-8:00pm | FA-219 | Krout

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Digital Photography and Photo Editing

(6 Weeks) $159 GCAR 2070.1901 | 24 Hours | 5/20-6/26 | M, W | 7:00pm-9:00pm | FA-322 | Saum

Get the most out of your camera! Discover how to improve your pictures with the technical and artistic basics of digital photography. Explore the basics of taking photos and critique them in a friendly and collaborative environment. Topics discussed include: camera settings, basic compositions and different types of photography. This class is for the novice photographer. Bring your digital SLR camera with flash and interchangeable lenses.

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Law Enforcement If you have specific questions regarding these classes please contact Mary Pyle at 409-944-1331 or Barton Stephenson at 409-944-1263

Special Topics: Interacting with Deaf & Hard of Hearing Drivers (1 Week) $25 GCCJ 1000.1800 l 4 Hours l 6/11/2019 l T l 8:00am-Noon l FA-207 l Pyle, Stephenson

Special Topics: Canine Encounters (1 Week) $25 GCCJ 1000.1801 l 4 Hours l 6/11/2019 l T l 1:00pm-5:00pm l FA-207 l Pyle, Stephenson

Special Topics: De-escalation Techniques (1 Week)

$25

CJLE 1094.1802 l 8 Hours l 6/12/2019 l W l 8:00am-5:00pm l FA-207 l Pyle, Stephenson

Intermediate Arrest, Search, & Seizure (1 Week) $25 CJLE 1049.1800 l 16 Hours l 6/19/19 - 6/20/2019 l W,R l 8:00am-5:00pm l R-252 l Pyle, Stephenson

Intermediate Use of Force (1 Week) $25 CJLE 1056.1800 l 16 Hours l 7/8/19 - 7/9/2019 l M,T l 8:00am-5:00pm l FA-207 l Pyle, Stephenson

Special Topics: De-escalation Techniques (1 Week) $25 CJLE 1094.1803 l 8 Hours l 7/11/2019 l R l 8:00am-5:00pm l R-207 l Pyle, Stephenson

Special Topics: Auto Theft for Patrol Officers (1 Week) $25 CJLE 1094.1804 l 8 Hours l 7/17/2019 l W l 8:00am-5:00pm l R-253 l Pyle, Stephenson

Intermediate Crime Scene Investigation (1 Week) $50 CJLE 1045.1800 l 32 Hours l 7/23/19 - 7/26/2019 l T,W,R,F l 8:00am-5:00pm l R-253 l Pyle, Stephenson

Intermediate Special Investigative Topics (1 Week) $25 CJLE 1040.1800 l 8 Hours l 8/1/2019 l R l 8:00am-5:00pm l FA-212 l Pyle, Stephenson

New Supervisor’s Course (1 Week) $25 CJLE 1030.1800 l 24 Hours l 8/5/19 - 8/7/2019 l M,T,W l 8:00am-5:00pm l R-253 l Pyle, Stephenson

Intermediate Crisis Intervention Training (1 Week) $100 CJLE 1039.1800 l 40 Hours l 8/12/19 - 8/16/2019 l M,T,W,R,F l 8:00am-5:00pm l R-252 l Pyle, Stephenson

Special Topics: De-escalation Techniques (1 Week) $25 CJLE 1094.1805 l 8 Hours l 8/20/2019 l T l 8:00am-5:00pm l R-252 l Pyle, Stephenson

Some restrictions may apply

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HOW TO REGISTER Register online at www.gc.edu/CEregister

Please register at least one week prior to class start date. Tuition and fees must be paid upon registration. Students can register online at www.gc.edu/CEregister with a valid MasterCard, Visa, Discover Card, or American Express. You may register in person by coming to the Continuing Education Office located on the first floor of Moody Hall, at 4015 Avenue Q, Galveston, TX 77550. We are open Monday through Friday from 8am – 5pm. You may register over the phone by calling the Continuing Education Office at 409.944.1344. You may fax your completed registration form (this form is available on our website) anytime to 409.944.1501, Attn: CE Dept. You may mail your registration form and send payment for tuition and fees to Galveston College, Continuing Education Registration, 4015 Avenue Q, Galveston, Texas 77550. Please do not send cash. Senior Discounts: Classes listed with an “ ” asterisk are eligi* the age of 65 and ble for a 50% senior discount for those over who live in-district. This discount is applied upon registration. Class Cancellations, Room Changes, and Rescheduling: Courses with low enrollment prior to a start date are canceled prior to the start date. Students will be notified by phone or email when a class they are enrolled in has been canceled; however, we are sometimes unable to reach everyone. A refund of 100% is automatically processed upon cancellation of classes. To help avoid cancellations PLEASE REGISTER AT LEAST A WEEK PRIOR TO THE START DATE, and encourage your friends to register with you. Occasionally, canceled courses are rescheduled for a later start date, and you will be notified by phone when the opportunity presents itself. In the event of a classroom change notice of the room change will be posted on the Continuing Education doors and the classroom that was originally listed. Refunds: Refunds prior to the start of class will be 100%. Refund requests should be made in person or by phone to 409-944-1344. Refund requests must be received during normal business hours and at least one business day prior to the start date of the class. When a class is canceled you will automatically be refunded the full course amount. There are NO REFUNDS GIVEN AFTER A COURSE HAS BEGUN. There are NO REFUNDS for ED2GO, ProTrain, or Language Authority online courses. Parking: All students must have a valid GC parking sticker (please pick up in the Media Center Room R-120). Visitors to campus must park in the visitors parking lot at the corner of Avenue Q and 39th St. Unpermitted cars parked in the Moody lot will be towed.

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Student ID Cards- Visitors: Enrolled students are required to posses a valid student ID card. These may be obtained in the Media Center (Room R-120) once you have your payment receipt. Visitors to campus and those who are only here for a short contract training class must display a visitor name tag on their person. These are available in the CE offices or from your instructor. Smoke Free Campus: Galveston College is a smoke free campus. Smoking (including e-cigs) is strictly prohibited in all buildings on the campus grounds and parking areas. Classroom Conduct: Students are expected to conduct themselves in the classroom and/or laboratory in a manner that is conducive to good academic progress. Failure to comply with the lawful direction of a faculty member, teaching assistant or instructor may be a disruption for all students enrolled in the class. Disruptive conduct is considered a serious offense. Faculty reserve the right to remove a student from a class for just cause. Students removed may be referred to the VP of Student Services for disciplinary action. Cell Phone Use: Cell phone use is strictly prohibited during all class/lab sessions. In an emergency, please step outside to avoid disruption. FERPA: The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), was established to protect the privacy rights of all students. FERPA specifies the types of student information which can be released to the public without a student’s expressed consent and specifies the persons and agencies that may receive other information, which according the FERPA, a college may release to the public without a student's permission and is referred to as “Directory Information.” The information included in the FERPA definition includes name, address, telephone, date and place of birth, degrees earned, date, major, and field of study, academic classification, dates of attendance, number of semester hours in progress and attained to date, previous high school and college attended, and weight and height of members of athletic teams. Students may request that Galveston College withhold their directory information from the general public. To do so, students must fill out the appropriate form with the Admissions Office. Record Of Completion And CEU’s: Nationally recognized CEU’s may be awarded on certain approved occupation-related courses. One CEU is awarded for every 10 contact hours. All courses will award a Certificate of Completion. It is up to the individual student to see if these courses are eligible for CEU’s.

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CONTINUING EDUCATION Charlie Thomas Family Applied Technology Center (ATC Campus) 7626 Broadway, Galveston, TX 77554

Galveston College Main Campus 4015 Avenue Q Galveston, TX 77550

gc.edu | 409-944-1344 Galveston College Continuing Education Department aspires to be an exemplar of continuing education for working professionals and lifelong learners in the Galveston region, and to provide personal and career pathways to enrichment, engagement, enlightenment and empowerment for those seeking transformative learning experiences and employable credentials. It is the policy of Galveston College to provide equal opportunities without regard to age, race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, genetic information or veteran status.

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