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Continuing Education

Spring 2020 Schedule

Nurse Aide Phlebotomy Pharmacy Tech & More!

REAL LIFE. REAL EXPERIENCES. REAL JOBS.


Main Campus Continuing Education

REAL LIFE. REAL EXPERIENCES. REAL JOBS.

SPRING 2020 Continuing Education Schedule

4015 Avenue Q, Galveston, TX 77550

Online Learning ......................................................3 Automotive Trades ................................................4 OHSA and Logistics ...............................................5 Pipefitting.................................................................6 TCEQ Water Works ...............................................7 Customized Training ..............................................8 Pathway to Patient Care ......................................9 Allied Health ..................................................10-11 First Responder, CPR.......................................... 12 Pharmacy Technician .......................................... 13 Massage Therapy ................................................ 14 Hospitality ............................................................ 15 Software Training...........................................16-17 Culinary and Cooking with Friends.................. 18 Art and Music....................................................... 19 Personal Enrichment .......................................... 20 Fitness and Chorale ............................................ 21 GED and ESL Classes ......................................... 22 Registration Instructions ................................... 23

ATC Campus

Charlie Thomas Family Applied Technology Center

7626 Broadway, Galveston, TX 77554

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

HOW TO READ THE COURSE SCHEDULE

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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 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.

SCHEDULE FOR FALL PAYMENT PLANS Enroll Period

10/01 - 12/17 01/01 - 01/31 02/01 - 02/28

Draft Dates

01/05 & 02/15 03/05 & 04/05 04/05

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

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Online Learning Galveston College, in partnership with ed2go and ProTrain, offers online open enrollment programs designed to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional level positions for many in-demand occupations. Our programs are designed by a team of professionals from each respective field, providing you with effective web-based learning programs. Instructors/mentors are actively involved in your online learning experience, responding to any questions or concerns, as well as encouraging and motivating you to succeed. PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE CLASSES DO NOT APPLY TOWARD CREDIT DEGREES.

Courses are available in: • Accounting and Finance • Business and Leadership • Career and Hospitality • College Readiness • Computer Applications • Education and Personal Development • Green and Renewable Energy • Healthcare and Medical • Industrial and Skilled Trades • Language Acquisition and Arts • Law, Legal and Criminal Justice • Multimedia and Graphic Design • Personal Development • Programming and Web Applications • Soft Skills • Teaching and Education • Technology and Computer Programs • Writing and Publishing

Learn more at:

gc.edu/online-learning

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AUTOMOTIVE Trades Us Contact to Enroll in Part 1 Classes!

Two-Semester Program

Diesel Engine Testing and Repair: Part 2

750

$

This OSA certificate program provides students seeking a career in diesel technology the skills necessary to successfully enter the workforce. Topics include the use of engine measuring tools and the principles of operations for major engine components. Students are briefed on the materials needed to take the ASE test of diesel engines. Textbooks are included in the tuition. Students must wear long sleeve shirts and pants in the shop. High school diploma or high school equivalent is required. Classes are held at the Ball High Automotive Center. Students must complete both courses to be awarded certificate.

Automotive Climate Control Systems: Part 2

350

$

This program will help you explore and familiarize yourself with the theories and systems of automotive air conditioning and heating systems. Emphasis is given to the basic refrigeration cycle, diagnosis and repair of system malfunctions, manual and electronic climate control systems, and safety. EPA guidelines for refrigerant handling and new refrigerant replacement are presented. Classes are taught at Ball High Automotive Shop. Students must wear PPE. A classroom set of textbooks is available for use.

Diesel Engine Testing and Repair 2

Course 1 also available. See CE for details!

DEMR 2012.4802 | 100 Hours | 01/21-05/12 | T, R | 4:00pm-7:20pm | Ball High | Charvoz

Automotive Climate Control 2

Course 1 also available. See CE for details!

AUMT 1045.4802 | 80 Hours | 01/22-05/13 | M,W | 4:00pm-7:00pm | Ball High | Charvoz

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OSHA Training OSHA 10-Hour Training in the General industry

To maintain a healthy and safe work environment, OSHA recommends employees in various industries participate in workplace safety training. Our OSHA 10 course is designed to familiarize workers with OSHA standards as well as safety and health hazards common to the workplace. We’ve designed this training to be interactive with a goal to educate workers on identifying, avoiding, controlling, and preventing jobsite hazards.

OSHA 10-Hour Training in the Construction Industry

OSHA recommends workplace safety training for a safe and healthful work environment, specifically for hazard avoidance on the job site. This course covers specific OSHA regulations and requirements as they apply to the construction industry. Workers who successful complete this course with our OSHA-authorized trainer will earn an OSHA 10 card. It covers safety and health hazards workers may face on construction work sites, placing special emphasis on hazard identification, avoidance control and prevention.

OSHA 10-General Industry $99

OSHT 1003.2801 | 02/7-02/8 | F, S | 9:00am-4:00pm | AT-300 | Alsept

OSHA 10-Construction $99

OSHT 1003.2800 | 02/21-02/22 | F, S | 9:00am-4:00p | AT-300 | Alsept

Two-Step Program

LOGISTICS

Students must register for both courses

Certified Logistics Associate (CLA)

Topics 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 weekly for lectures. Cost includes one attempt at the MSSC CLA exam and online study materials.

Certified Logistics Technician (CLT)

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. Cost includes one attempt at the MSSC CLT exam and online study materials. LMGT 2002.1901A | 40 Hours | 01/30-05/07 | R | 6:00pm-8:30pm | N-235 | Goomas LMGT 2002.1901B | 40 Hours | 01/30-05/07 | R | 6:00pm-8:30pm | N-235 | Goomas

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1,200 Complete in Just 10 Weeks! $

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PIPEFITTING

PIPEFITTERS BUILT THIS. LET US SHOW YOU HOW.

Pipefitting Core

Pipefitting Level 1

The NCCER Core Curriculum presents the safe use of hand tools, power tools, rigging, and power equipment used in the plumbing trade for installation of different plumbing systems. Upon successful completions students should be able to identify and demonstrate the safe use of construction equipment related to the plumbing trade. NCCER modules presented and tested are:

The entry-level NCCER Pipefitting Level 1 training presents mathematical operations necessary to calculate laying lengths of pipe fittings for fabrication. Identification and use of hand tools and power tools. Identification of pipe, pipe fittings, flanges, and fasteners used in the trade. Students do handson projects in the shop fabricating pipe layouts and the basics of the train are presented. All NCCER Level one Modules are presented and tested.

00101-09 00102-09 00103-09 00104-09 00105-09 00106-09 00107-09 00108-09 00109-09

Basic Safety Introduction to construction math Introduction to hand tools Introduction to power tools Introduction to construction drawings Basic rigging Basic communication skills Basic employability skills Introduction to material handling

Upon successful completion of each level (core and level 1) student results are sent to NCCER for certification and credentialing. It is the student’s responsibility to complete any and all paperwork to establish their NCCER Account.

Pipefitting Core $299

PFPB 1050.2901 | 40 Hours | 01/21-02/18 | T, R 5:30pm-10:00pm | AT-105A, AT-211 | Stewart

Pipefitting Level 1 $499

PFPB 1008.2901 | 88 Hours | 02/20-05/05 | T, R 5:30pm-10:00pm | AT-105A, AT-211 | Stewart

Pipefitting Level 2:

Pipefitting Level 2 Continuation of pipe fabrication, rigging, pipe hangers and supports, blueprint reading, standards and specifications, and trade math are provided. Students explore fabricating socket and butt weld pipes, installing pipe hangers and supports, sketching isometric views of piping assemblies, interpreting piping standards and specifications, and using measuring devices. Level 2 modules tested: 08201-06= Pipeing systems 08202-06 Drawing and detail sheets 08203-06=Identifying and installing valves 08204-06= Pipefitting trade math 08205-06=threaded pipe fabrication 08206-06= socket weld pipe fabrication 08208-06= Butt weld pipe fabrication 08208-06= Excavations* 08209-06= Underground Pipe Installation* *=lightly discussed but not tested

$599

PFPB 1043.2901 | 112 Hours | 02/03-05/04 | M, W | 5:30pm-10:00pm | AT-105A, AT-211 | Stewart

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PFPB 1008.1900 | 80 Hours | 10/10-12/12 | T, R | 5:30pm-10:00pm | AT-105A | Stewart


Basic Water Works Operation

This course includes instruction in the production, treatment, and distribution of potable water. Discover the origin and characteristics of water, disinfection, 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 will have exposure 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.

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Basic Wastewater Operations

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 fixedfilm processes collection systems; biological treatment of 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 non-transferable. Basic Water Works Operation One Week | $379 Eligibility for this exam is dependent EPCT 1015 .1901 | 20 Hours | 01/27-01/31 | M-F | 6:00pm-10:00pm | R-251 | McLean upon acceptance by TCEQ.

WATERWORKS

Wastewater Collection

Basic Wastewater Operation One Week | $379

EPCT 1025 .1901 | 20 Hours | 03/16-03/20 | M-F | 6:00pm-10:00pm | R-251 | McLean

Explore the practical aspects of operating and maintaining Wastewater Calculations One Week | $225 wastewater collection systems, while EPCT 2021 .1901 | 20 Hours | 05/04-05/08 | M-F | 6:00pm-10:00pm | R-251 | McLean understanding what is involved in the wastewater operator licensing program and the collection system design. Safety procedures for inspection and testing of collection system, inspection of manholes, and underground repair are presented. Classroom discussion includes lift stations, collection system maintenance and operations; industrial waste monitoring; collection system management. * Testing not included. * If you have a criminal conviction above a Class C misdemeanor, you might not be qualified to hold one the TCEQ licenses. If you are a prospective applicant for an occupational license and think that you might be ineligible for the license because of an arrest or a conviction—including cases that may be pending, deferred, or dismissed—for a felony or a misdemeanor offense above a Class C, you should request an evaluation of your criminal history by filling out an Evaluation of Criminal Conviction(s) form. https://www.tceq.texas.gov/assets/public/licensing/supplemental/criminal-charges-evaluation.pdf (To get a copy of this form, send an email to licenses@tceq.texas.gov or call 512-239-6133.)

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CUSTOMIZED TRAINING

We offer a wide range of services from basic training for front-line staff to strategic planning for senior executives.

Best Practices: Lessons Learned from Disney Best Practices: Lessons Learned from Harley-Davidson Best Practices: Lessons Learned from Nordstrom Best Practices: Lessons Learned from Ritz-Carlton Best Practices: Lessons Learned from Southwest Airlines Business: Developing your Business Business: E-commerce Tips and Tools Business: Improving Profitability Business: Knowing the Competition Business: Recovering from Mistakes Business: Scanning the Business Environment Business: Taking Control of Profitability Communication: Presentation Skills Communication: Active Listening Communication: Effective Communication Strategies Communication: Email and Phone Skills Communication: Providing Effective Feedback Communication: Skills in the Workplace Communication: Social Media Revolution Communication: Social Networking Simplified Customer Service: Best Practices Customer Service: Connecting with the Customer Customer Service: Creating a Satisfied Sales Experience Customer Service: Customer Retention Customer Service: Dealing with Difficult People and Difficult Conversations Customer Service: Developing Repeat Customers Customer Service: Increasing Customer Loyalty Customer Service: Influencing Skills Customer Service: Resolving Customers Objections Customer Service: Service with a Smile HR: Diversity in the Workplace HR: Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) HR: Getting the Right People on the Bus (Hiring the Right People) HR: Performance Accountability HR: Performance Management HR: Reducing Turnover Rate HR: Rewarding and Recognizing Employees HR: Sexual Harassment

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Leadership: Dealing with Difficult People/Difficult Conversations Leadership: Running an Effective Meeting Leadership: Building Valued Added Strategies Leadership: Coaching Employees for Performance Leadership: Conflict Management Leadership: Conflict Resolution Leadership: Creating a Supportive Environment Leadership: Effective Problem Solving and Decision Making Leadership: Emotional Intelligence Leadership: Employee Accountability Leadership: Encouraging Creative and Innovative Employees Leadership: Engaging Stakeholders Leadership: Inclusive Leadership to Drive Employee Performance Leadership: Influencing Skills Leadership: Leadership for Supervisors and New Supervisors Leadership: Management by Walking Around Leadership: Maximizing Human Capital Leadership: Moving from Good to Great Leadership: Pathway to Performance Leadership: Personal Leadership Leadership: Planning Your Year Leadership: Preparing for a Changing Workplace Leadership: Project Management Leadership: Strategic Decisions and Planning Leadership: Strengthening Your Culture Leadership: Succession Planning Leadership: Supervisory Skills Leadership: Time Management Leadership: Workplace Critical Thinking/Problem Solving Teams: Brainstorming Teams: Dysfunctions of Teams Teams: Team Building Teams: Utilizing Continuous Improvement Teams Teams: Working Effectively in Teams Technology: MS Word Technology: MS Excel Technology: MS Outlook Technology: MS PowerPoint Technology: Adobe Technology: Cyber-safety

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Pathway to Patient Care

Layering Creditials Can Mean More Flexibility and Higher Wages Since 2015 Galveston College has been training students from GISD in the Patient Care Tech Pathway. This year’s class will graduate having completed Nurse Aide and Phlebotomy courses. Health Care jobs are in high demand in our area.

What I like best about this class is that I learn with hands-on experiences. – Argenis Veliz The role of a Certified Patient Care Technician (CPCT/A), or patient care coordinator and Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) are oftentimes assumed to be the same job in allied health. While these roles are similar there are some distinct differences. However, if you are trying to optimize your career opportunities there are many reasons why seeking both credentials makes sense. They may work better together.

The best thing about this class is Mrs. O’Neal! She makes learning so much fun! Thanks to her, I know I can be a nurse.

– Alexis Crich

The best thing in this class is being able to practice the skills in class before going to clinicals. I’m learning how to take blood pressure, measure range of motion and change bed sheets while a resident is in it. – Ashley Chavez Due to the decreased prevalence of LPNs in the hospital, and increased acuity level of patient populations in hospitals, responsibilities have expanded for Patient Care Techs and Nurse Aides. Their skills and knowledge may open up additional employment opportunities. There is also high demand in home healthcare services and for personal care assistants due to the aging baby boomer population. By layering these additional credentials, flexibility in employment could be advantageous. It allows these allied health professionals to take on more and be adaptable to move around where the employer needs them most. It could also mean higher wages as they work to establish a career in allied healthcare. Galveston College offers stackable credentials. See the following pages for details on our Allied Health pathways. SEE PAGES 10-11 FOR ALLIED HEALTH PATHWAYS

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CPT

EKG

PCT

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Allied Health Careers Certified Nurse Aide

View Healthcare Program Requirements & Instructions:

gc.edu/medical

Students must register for both courses

Train to become a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) in a long-term care facility. Explore the key components set by Texas Department of Health and Human Services. Course topics may include residents’ rights, communication, safety observation, reporting, and basic comfort and care. Emphasis is placed upon effective interaction with the healthcare teams. CPR training is provided as part of the course but may be outside of stated class time. Students must enroll concurrently in both NURA 1001 (classroom 60 hrs.) and NURA 2005 (clinical 40 hrs.) to complete the program and be eligible for examination. Clinical hours are scheduled at various times by the instructor, and may include day, evening, $ 899 and/or weekend times. Please visit our website to see the healthcare program Complete in Just 14 Weeks! requirements that must be met prior to NURA 1001.1901 | 80 Hours | 01/28-05/07 | T, R | 6:00pm-9:00pm | R-259 | Cooper enrolling in the course. Students must NURA 2005.4504 | 48 Hours | 01/28-05/07 | Off-Site | TBA wear burgundy scrubs and white shoes to clinical. The student is responsible for THIS CERTIFICATION MAY BE STACKED FOR THE PCT PATHWAY transportation to and from the clinical sites. Textbook is included with CNA CPT EKG PCT tuition. Scrubs are available for purchase along with stethoscope and watch with a second hand in the bookstore. Students are responsible for scheduling certification testing and paying testing fees online. This is separate from tuition. This program is eligible for a payment plan.

Certified Phlebotomy Technician Students must register for both courses

Get started as an entry-level phlebotomist and prepare for your certification exam with the National Healthcare Association (NHA). Study the skills used in the performance of a variety of blood collection methods, including 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. Please visit our website to see the healthcare program requirements which much be met prior to enrolling in the course. Clinical hours are scheduled at various times by the instructor and may include day, evening, and/or weekends. Textbook and study guide are included in the tuition. Burgundy scrubs, a lab coat, and student patch are available for purchase in the bookstore, which must be worn during clinicals. The course includes one attempt at the certification exam. This exam will be scheduled by the instructor and is non-refundable and non-transferable. This program is eligible for a payment plan. Students are automatically enrolled in UTMB student health for the semester. THIS CERTIFICATION MAY BE STACKED FOR THE PCT PATHWAY

CNA

CPT

PLAB 1023.1901 | 96 Hours | 01/22-04/29 | M, W | 5:30pm-9:00pm | R-259 | White PLAB 1060.4501 | 48 Hours | 01/23-04/30 | TBA | 5:30pm-9:00pm | Off-Site | White

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EKG

PCT

999 Complete in Just 14 Weeks! $

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Certified EKG Technician

Study the heart’s anatomy, function, how it produces electricity, and how one records this electricity with the EKG and telemetry monitor. This course addresses the EKG changes of commonly seen diseases, especially coronary artery disease and important heart rhythm disturbances. Successful completion should prepare students to take the NHA certification exam and introduce them to skills necessary for employment in the field. Textbook and study guide are included in the tuition. Students must meet program requirements prior to enrolling in the course. The course includes one attempt at the certification exam. This exam will be scheduled by the instructor and is non-refundable and non-transferable. This program is eligible for a payment plan. ECRD 1011.1901 | 64 Hours 01/27-05/04 | M, W | 6:00pm-8:30pm FA-215 | Jones

$899 Complete in Just 14 Weeks!

THIS CERTIFICATION MAY BE STACKED FOR THE PCT PATHWAY

CNA

CPT

EKG

PCT

Patient Care Technician

Students who have successfully completed and passed their certification exams in Nurse Aide, Phlebotomy & EKG (NHA) are eligible to take this capstone NHA course to help prepare them for the NHA PCT exam. Cost of the course includes study guide, practice tests, and 1 attempt at the exam. Students must bring in supporting eligibility documents at the time of enrollment. See CE staff to enroll. THIS CERTIFICATION MAY BE STACKED FOR THE PCT PATHWAY

CNA

CPT

EKG

PCT

THE IMPORTANCE OF CERTIFICATION

99% of educators and employers believe certification to be extremely important in the allied health industry because it demonstrates evidence of a personal commitment to a chosen profession, can give one a competitive edge during the job search, and improves protential for earnings, career opportunities and advancement. Many employers prefer - and serveral states require - allied health workers to obtain certification. National Healthcareer Association (NHA) certification indicates that professionals have met a nationally recognized measure of compentancy that may lead to more job opportunities, a higher pay scale, and greater job security. Certification through NHA demonstrates not only a proven level of knowledge, but also a desire for excellence. NHA certification exams are accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), and are updated regularly, ensuring that learners have the most job-relevant knowledge and skills. Along with the exams, NHA offers bundled interactive prep and study materials, including Focused ReviewÂŽ, a powerful tool that gives personalized study recommendations derived from practice test results. NHA currently offers credentials for Galveston College programs including Phlebotomy Technician, EKG Technician, and Patient Care Tecnician/Assistant.

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FIRST RESPONDER Training Pediatric First Aid CPR AED

88

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GCME 7010.1801 | 02/07 | 9:00am-2:00pm | F | N-228 | Ayres

ACLS: Advanced Cardiac Life Support

149

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EMSP 2035.1801 | 01/17, 01/21 | 8:00am-5:00pm | F, T | N-227 | Ayres

PHTLS: Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support

149

$

EMSP 1049.1801 | 02/21, 02/24 | 8:00am-5:00pm | F, M | N-245 | Ayres

AMLS: Advanced Medical Life Support

149

$

EMSP 2031.1801 | 03/06, 03/09 | 8:00am-5:00pm | F, M | N-245 | Ayres

GEMS: Geriatric Education for EMS

149

$

EMSP 1091.1801 | 03/27 | 8:00am-5:00pm | F | N-245 | Ayres

PALS: Pediatric Advanced Life Support

149

$

EMSP 1047.1800 | 04/17, 04/20 | 8:00am-5:00pm | F, M | N-245 | Ayres

TECC: Tactical Emergency Casualty Care

269

$

EMSP 1091.1802 | 03/20-03/21 | 8:00am-5:00pm | F, S | N-245 | Faber/Ayres

ACLS: Advanced Cardiac Life Support

149

$

EMSP 2035.1802 | 0-5/01, 05/04 | 8:00am-5:00pm | F, M | N-245 | Ayres

CPR Certification

Course

Date

Day

Time

Instructor

Room

Cost

Healthcare Providers-BLS CPR

This course is required for those working in a hospital or clinical healthcare setting.

GCME 7000.1913

1/14/20

T

5:00pm-9:30pm

Cooper

N-228

$66

GCME 7000.1914

1/16/20

R

5:00pm-9:30pm

Ayres

N-228

$66

Galveston College provides CPR Training for individuals, companies, groups, and organizations with flexible scheduling. We can train your employees in CPR to help them obtain a certification. Students are trained by our American Heart Association (AHA) instructors to help infants as well as adults in an emergency situation.

GCME 7000.1803

1/24/20

F

9:00am-1:30pm

Ayres

N-228

$66

GCME 7000.1915

1/29/20

W

5:00pm-9:30pm

Cooper

N-228

$66

GCME 7000.1916

2/13/20

R

5:00pm-9:30pm

Ayres

N-228

$66

GCME 7000.1917

2/26/20

W

5:00pm-9:30pm

Allen

N-228

$66

GCME 7000.1918

3/23/20

M

5:00pm-9:30pm

Ayres

N-228

$66

Classes run for 4.5 hours and a textbook is included. Students who successfully complete the training receive a CPR course completion card recognized by the American Heart Association. Course book included.

GCME 7000.1919

4/15/20

W

5:00pm-9:30pm

Cooper

N-228

$66

GCME 7000.1804

4/24/20

F

9:00am-1:30pm

Segura

N-228

$66

GCME 7000.1920

5/6/20

W

5:00pm-9:30pm

Jones

N-228

$66

BLS (Basic Life Support)

Our CPR Training courses are designed to prepare you for real-life situations.

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First Responders CPR/First Aid

This course is recommended for those who are working in an active First Responder/Emergency management situation.

GCME 7001.1900

2/26/20

W

4:30pm-9:30pm

Ayres

N-227

$88

GCME 7001.1901

4/15/20

W

4:30pm-9:30pm

Ayres

N-227

$88

Friends and Family CPR/First Aid

This course is recommended for those who have friends and family who they worry about, or just wish to have a basic first aid knowledge

GCME 7002.1800

1/17/20

F

9:00am-12:00pm O’Neal

N-228

$29

GCME 7002.1801

2/21/20

F

9:00am-12:00pm O’Neal

N-228

$29

GCME 7002.1802

4/17/20

F

9:00am-12:00pm O’Neal

N-228

$29

GCME 7002.1803

5/8/20

F

9:00am-12:00pm O’Neal

N-228

$29

Pediatric First Aide CPR AED

This course is for health care workers who work with infants and children.

GCME 7010.1801

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2/7/20

9:00am-2:00pm

Ayres

N-228

$88

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PHARMACY Technician

high local demand!

About the Program

Discover the skills you need to become a pharmacy tech in a hospital or retail setting with the Pharmacy Technician Online Certification Training Program. Successful completion means you have gained the skills and knowledge to qualify for entry-level positions in pharmacies, and prepare you for national certification. This program pairs students with an instructor for one-on-one assistance and students are required to complete a virtual externship. Students have an option to perform hands-on externship with local pharmacy partners. Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to: • Understand the laws that govern pharmacy, whether federal or state-mandated • Discuss the HIPAA requirements and their application to the pharmacy • Interpret physician orders and prescriptions • Prepare and distribute medications • Define medical and pharmaceutical terms and common abbreviations • Understand the pharmacology of medications in relation to the anatomy affected • Perform pharmaceutical calculations • Communicate effectively with patients and medical professionals • Process insurance billing or collect payments • Pass the National Certification Exam Approx. 400 hrs. $2,495

Bureau of Labor Statistics reports a

20% National Growth in the industry from 2012-2022 Professional Credential

Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB)

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE! complete it taking my own time “asIIcould had a lot of other things going on and

definitely could fit this into my schedule by working around it. – A.T

I loved the online course with a busy “schedule. It helped a lot. I had a great teacher. ” – B.K. It was a great experience learning “about the course. My facilitator was very supportive. I enjoyed the books because they were very informative and detailed. – T.P.

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MASSAGE Therapy

“Knead a New Career?”

Are you looking for a career where you can help others feel better by relieving their pain and stress? If so, Galveston College’s Massage Therapy program may be right for you. This comprehensive program provides the education, skills and hands-on practical experience you need to pursue this rewarding career.

Next class begins

FALL 2020 start planning now!

This three-semester program features classroom instruction, hands-on training and client service internships. To help you transition from student to practitioner, you will complete an internship in which you work directly with clients to provide massages. Upon successful completion you should be ready to take the Massage and Bodyworks Licensing Exam (MBLEX) to become licensed to practice in the State of Texas. This program meets the requirements of individuals planning to take the MBLEX exam for state licensing put forth by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) and presents material in business practices and ethics, anatomy and physiology, health and hygiene, chair massage, pathology, hydrotherapy, kinesiology, history of massage, body mechanics, massage techniques, and rehabilitative aspects of massage. Additionally, students will have a practice internship on proper massage protocol for various populations.

To learn more visit us at:

gc.edu/massage This program runs over three semesters and combines classroom lecture with a “hands-on” skills laboratory setting, including internship. For admission to the Massage Therapy Program, you must meet the following requirements: • Be at least 18 years of age with a High School diploma or GED • Be physically, emotionally, mentally, and financially able to complete the program • Complete the healthcare requirements and background check and HIPPA Training, as stated on the website prior to registration • Register for fall classes • Be available during summer hours to complete internship

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learn in-demand industry skills around your schedule

HOSPITALITY Online Career Training

Executive Housekeeper Up to 6 months – $895

The Executive Housekeeper course should prepare you for a career as a head/executive housekeeper at a hospitality group or private residence. Discover how to work at the highest level of housekeeping and learn to oversee all aspects of housekeeping, product use, organization, laundry, and more.

Basic Housekeeping Up to 6 months – $595

This course presents the necessary skills needed to start or advance a career in housekeeping. Develop a foundational skill set that can be used to work at private residences or hospitality groups like hotels and resorts. Discover the important elements of professional conduct, such as creating a resume, interviewing, accepting or rejecting job offers, and more.

Restaurant Management Up to 6 months - $995

Engage with the theories behind food and beverage production and management, human resource management, and basic accounting practices for the restaurant industry. Presented are how to market a restaurant to key customer groups and how to sustain a profitable restaurant while adhering to all legal requirements.

Food and Customer Service Skills Training Up to 6 months – $850

Hotel Management with Executive Housekeeper

Catering Professional Up to 6 months - $1,295

Hotel managers and executive housekeepers must be adept at recognizing quality staff during recruitment and implement training procedures to develop their potential. Discover the management skills necessary to serve as a supervisor to other staff members and how to properly train and organize a team of housekeepers.

Learn professional food management and food safety, as well as delivering optimal customer service. Additionally, discover the food service industry and personal management skills that will prepare you for this industry. Prepare to take the Prometric Certified Professional Food Manager (CPFM) exam.

This course demonstrates the best practices for marketing a catering business, considerations for preparing and executing contracts, effectively managing human resources, and applying basic accounting principles. It should prepare you for the Certified Professional in Catering and Events (CPCE) through the National Association for Catering and Events.

Event Management and Design Up to 6 months - $1,995

Create spectacular Corporate events, weddings, parades, festivals, and more. Discover the practicalities of planning events and the dazzle of designing them. From permits to pyrotechnics, this program will present how to design, plan, implement, and evaluate special events.

Up to 12 months - $1,595

Hotel Management Up to 6 months - $995

We present the keys of successful hotel management including maintaining internal organization, handling internal and guest issues, adapting to constantly evolving industry needs, and implementing regular changes to stay competitive in the current market.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE!

Visit our website:

enroll today! 409-944-1344 | CE@gc.edu

careertraining.ed2go.com/gc Call ed2go for more information:

855-520-6806

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SOFTWARE Training

COMPUTER Basics Are you struggling to keep up with today’s technology? Did you recently get a computer, tablet, or laptop and aren’t sure how to use it? This short courses covers the basics of using a computer including: creating emails, sending attachments, protecting yourself from viruses and malware, and hooking up printers and other tools. It is designed for the person who has limited computer experience.

ITSW 1022.1801 | 02/07-02/14 | F | 1:00pm-4:30pm | R-358 | Gant ITSW 1022.1901 | 01/14-01/16 | T, R | 5:30pm-9:00pm | N-235 | Gant

Beginning Computer Basics $79

Microsoft 2016 Word Basic $89

ITSC 1012.1901 | 04/06-04/20 | M, W 7:00pm-9:00pm | N-217 | Saum

Adobe Acrobat Pro $99

ITSC 1012.1900 | 02/03-02/17 | M, W 7:00pm-9:00pm | N-235 | Saum

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Microsoft 2016 Excel Basic $89

POFI 1024.1801 | 03/20-03/27 | F | 1:00pm-4:30pm | R-358 | Gant POFI 1024.1901 | 04/20-04/22 | M, W | 5:30pm-9:00pm | N-235 | Gant

ITSC 1004.1900 | 02/24-04/01 | M, W | 7:00pm-9:30pm | N-235 | Saum

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Computer Desktop Support Technician

Students who want to earn the OSA Certificate must register for all three classes concurrently.

02/04-04/23 | T, R | 6:00pm-9:30pm | R-376 Kovacevich

In as little as 10 weeks you can prepare to work as a Computer Desktop Support Technician and begin your pathway to a career in the IT field. This OSA Certificate will expose you to the skills needed to obtain an entry-level job in the IT industry. Two of these classes can be articulated into our A.A.S. in Computer and Networking Administration. Students work hands-on in the lab exploring software, hardware, and operating systems. Successful completion of this program should prepare students to pass the CompTIA A+ and Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) networking fundamentals exam.

IT TRAINING Cisco Networking Academy

Discover, design, install, and configure LAN/WAN networks. Galveston College is an authorized Cisco Networking Academy and offers convenient classes, a fully functional lab to practice in and a clear path for you to gain valuable Cisco knowledge and experience towards a career in networking.

$

387

Personal Computer Hardware: IT Essentials ITSC 1025.1902

Fundamentals of Networking Tech ITNW 1025.1902

Help Desk Customer Service Skills ITSC 1044.1902

$747 Complete in Just 10 Weeks!

CCNA1: Introduction to Networks*

ITCC 1014.1901 | 01/21-05/12 | T, R | 5:30pm-6:50pm | FA-211 | Williams This first course presents the Cisco Routing and Switching Curriculum and presents information about the architecture, structure, function, and components of the internet and computer networks.

CCNA2: Routing and Switching Essentials*

ITCC 1040.1800 | 01/22-05/13 | M, W | 9:30am-10:50am | N-303 | Williams This course explores the architecture, components operations, and configurations of routers and switches in small to medium networks.

CCNA 3: Scaling Networks 2

Online - Contact CE to Register

ITCC 2012 | Online | Williams The third course in the CCNA curriculum describes the architecture and operation of routers and switches in large complex networks. Students discover how to configure and troubleshoot routing and switching technologies and protocols. This course is online and requires bi-weekly meetings with the instructor.

Network + *

ITNW 1058.1800 | 01/21-05/12 | T, R | 9:30am-10:50am | N-303 | Williams Prerequisites: None. Assists individuals in preparing for the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) Network+ certification exam and career as a network professional. Students explore the installation, operation, management, maintenance, and troubleshooting of a corporate network.

ete Per Class, Compl ! ks in Just 16 Wee * Senior Citizen Discount

409-944-1344 | CE@gc.edu

Linux Installation*

ITSC 1016.3800 | 01/21-05/13 | Online | Williams Prerequisites: None. Introduction to Linux operating system. Includes Linux installation, basic administration, utilities and commands, upgrading, networking, security, and application installation. Emphasizes hands-on setup, administration, and management of Linux.

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COOKING with friends $

119

for 4 classes!

CULINARY Arts Sanitation and Safety *

338

$

CHEF 1005.1801 | 01/22-03/18 | 3:00pm-4:50pm | M, W | FA-210

Basic Food Preparation *

398

$

CHEF 1001.1901 | 01/21-02/13 | 5:00pm-10:00pm | M-R | FA-210

Principals of Healthy Cuisine*

398

$

CHEF 1091.1901 | 02/17-03/19 | 5:00pm-10:00pm | M-R | FA-210

Garde Manger *

398

$

CHEF 1010.1801 | 02/17-03/19 | 9:30am-2:30pm | M-R | FA-210

American Regional Cuisine *

398

$

CHEF 1041.1801 | 03/23-04/16 | 9:30am-2:30pm | M-R | FA-210

International Cuisine *

398

$

CHEF 1045.1801 | 01/21-02/13 | 9:30am-2:30pm | M-R | FA-210

Saucier *

398

$

CHEF 2002.1901 | 02/17-03/19 | 5:00pm-10:00pm | M-R | FA-210

Fundamentals of Baking *

398

$

PSTR 1001.1901 | 04/20-05/14 | 5:00pm-10:00pm | M-R | FA-210

Restaurant Spanish *

338

$

SPNL 1091.1801 | 01/22-03/18 | 3:00pm-4:50pm | M, W | FA-321

Hospitality Supervision *

363

$

RSTO 1013.3800 | 01/21-05/13 | Internet

Purchasing *

363

$

RSTO 1025.3800 | 01/21-05/13 Internet

FRIDAY | FUN | FOOD | FRIENDS GCCU 1021.1901 DATES:01/31, 02/28, 03/27 & 04/24 F | 6:20pm-9:20pm | N-116 | Durham Grab a friend and discover the history of food and the art of cooking. Daisy Durham, a world traveler, catering chef, and retired history professor, presents the finer points of specific cuisines while leading you through recipes from around the world. Dining and discussion follow the lessons. Class meets once a month; four classes are included.

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* Senior Citizen Discount Available

Register online at www.gc.edu/CEregister


LEISURE Learning

Drawing *

362

$

GCAR 1016.1801 | 01/21-05/12 | 2:00pm-4:50pm | T, R | FA-316 | Stovall Exploration of ideas using drawing media and techniques. A supply list will be provided during the first class meeting.

Intro to Oil Painting

129

$

GCAR 1002-1901 | 02/16-05/07 | 6:00pm-8:00pm | R | FA-316 | Wheeler Oil painting explores color, paint mixing, composition, and perspective. Discover how shadow and light can create drama to the subject being painted.

Painting *

362

$

GCAR 2016.1801 | 01/22-05/13 | 12:30pm-3:20pm | M, W | FA-316 | Stovall Continued exploration of color, paint mixing, composition, and perspective. Discover how shadow and light can create drama to the subject being painted.

Design *

362

$

GCAR 1011.1800 | 01/21-05/12 | 9:30pm-12:20pm | T, R | FA-316 | Stovall Study how visual elements function in works of art. Short term goal drawing projects investigate the following: line, shape, value, texture, types of balance, perspective, space abstraction, and more.

Ceramics *

362

$

Day Class GCAR 2046.1801 | 01/21-05/12 12:30pm-3:20pm | T, R | FA-323 | Jones Night Class GCAR 2046.1901 | 01/21-05/12 5:30pm-8:20pm | T, R | 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. * Senior Citizen Discount Available

409-944-1344 | CE@gc.edu

MUSIC Classes Private Music Lessons

Guitar, Ukulele, Songwriting or Singing $ 99 for Five 30-Minute Lessons GCLR 5000.1901 | 2.5 Hours | 01/2902/26 | W | Arranged | FA-219 | Krout GCLR 5000.1902 | 2.5 Hours | 03/1804/15 | W | Arranged | FA-219 | Krout Fun and creative private music lessons for kids, teens, and adults. Instructor Dr. Robert Krout, a professor of music and board certified music therapist, provides individual instruction in guitar (acoustic and electric), ukulele, songwriting, and singing for students at all levels. Beginners are welcome, as are students with special learning needs. Dr. Krout is Professor Emeritus of Music and Music Therapy at Southern Methodist University and Adjunct Instructor at Galveston College. A 5-pack of 30-minute lessons is $99, and students may enroll for multiple 5-packs. Lesson times are individually arranged with instructor and may be spread across the semester in completed in as little as a week.

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PERSONAL Enrichment NEW!

Beginning Spanish

199

$

GCLG 1021.1901 | 02/03-05/11 | 6:30pm-7:30pm | M, R | FA-212 | Loftin

Continuing Spanish

199

$

GCLG 1021.1902 | 02/03-05/11 | 7:30pm-8:30pm | M, R | FA-212 | Loftin It’s the perfect time to learn Spanish! In this fun and interactive class, students will discover the skills needed for travel and casual conversations. Light on grammar and memorization, the class will focus on fun yet practical methods to learn and retain the Spanish language. Topics include: home and family; directions, transportation, and lodging; time, days, months, and seasons; and more!

Digital Photography & Photo Editing 1 $149

GCAR 2070.1902 | 01/21-03/03 6:30pm-9:30pm | T | 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.

Digital Photography & Photo Editing 2 $149

GCAR 2070.1903 | 03/17-04/28 6:30pm-9:30pm | T | FA-322 | Saum Continue your studies with more advanced techniques.

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Beginning Sign Language

$

Continuing Sign Language

129

129

GCLG 1000.1902 | 02/04-04/14 | 5:30pm-7:00pm | T | R-252 | Boudwin $

GCLG 1000.1903 | 02/04-04/14 | 7:00pm-8:30pm | T | R-252 | Boudwin This class is for those who are interested in discovering basic sign language vocabulary and sentence structure at the conversational level to use in their personal or professional life.

Continuing Education | Spring 2020

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Join Our FITNESS CENTER Fitness Center

99 *

$

GCLR 1000.1801 |01/21-05/13 Enjoy the advantages of a regular exercise routine at the GC Hermes Fitness Center.

Hours of Operation *

Monday - Thursday | 8:00am-8:00pm Friday | 8:00am-5:00pm You must present your ID badge. Some restrictions apply. * Some exceptions to the hours of operation may apply.

* Senior Citizen Discount Available

Yoga Workout $99

GCLR 1046.1802 | 01/21-05/12 11:50am-12:50pm | T | 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.

Galveston College

Community Chorale

35

$

GCLR 2010.1901 | 01/27-05/11 | M | 7:00pm-9:00pm FA-207 | Gilbert The Galveston College Community Chorale is a nonauditioned organization of singers. The chorale performs at least three concerts a year in the community with repertoire ranging from classical sacred and secular music of the great composers, to modern day contemporary music. They have even performed at Carnegie Hall!

409-944-1344 | CE@gc.edu

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GED and ESL Classes Advance your Opportunities Through a partnership with College of the Mainland (COM), students can take classes for high school equivalency prep and English as a second language (ESL) right here at Galveston College.

High School Equivalency (GED)

High school equivalency classes develop the reading, writing, and math skills needed to pass a Texas high school equivalency exam. These classes are also a great place to improve skills to move into a workforce training program at Galveston College. These eight-week classes begin five times a year, tuition is free, and there are no textbooks or other purchases required. Morning or evening classes are offered at several locations. Students who complete their high school equivalency test receive a diploma and can participate in the COM graduation ceremony.

English as a Second Language (ESL) English as a second language classes help students improve their everyday English, get ready to attend college, or learn new job skills. Classes cover reading, writing, listening and speaking the English language. There is no minimum skill level required. Courses are eight weeks long and meet at many locations. The tuition is free and no books or purchases are needed.

For more information call College of the Mainland at:

(409) 933-8294

ESL for Professionals

Would advancing your English language skills improve your job performance and career opportunities? The county provides English as a second Language courses free of charge for professionals seeking to improve their language skills. Please call the number below to register to take an English proficiency test. Students must be eligible to work in this country and must bring a valid government-issued picture ID (US or Foreign); i.e. passport, visa, TDL, etc. Please plan on staying a few hours during registration for English proficiency comprehension testing.

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Students MUST make a reservation on the

College of the Mainland website at: www.com.edu/adulted

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Registration, intake, and classes are held at Galveston College.

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Get Started! How to Register...

Register Online www.gc.edu/CEregister Please register at least one week prior to class start date. Tuition and fees must be paid upon registration. Students must complete registration five business days prior to a course starting. 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 8:00am – 5:00pm. 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) to 409-944-1501, Attn: CE Dept. This is available 24 hours a day. 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.

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Senior Discounts: Classes listed with an “ ” are eligible for a 50% senior discount for those over the age of 65 and 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 class room 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 or ProTrain online courses. Parking: All students must have a valid GC parking sticker. Please pick up in the Media Center Rm: 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. Student ID Cards- Visitors: Enrolled students are required to posses a valid student ID card. These may be obtained in the Media Center (Rm: 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 be given 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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START MAKING MORE MONEY! EARN YOUR ACCREDITED HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA WITH CAREER CERTIFICATE ONLINE! In less time than you think, you could be earning $ 1,500* more a month with a high school diploma. ➤ 8 Certificates Available ➤ 100% Online ➤ Accredited Diploma ➤ Transfer Credits Accepted ➤ Student Academic Support Find funding options by visiting the ed2go website:

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Galveston College Continuing Education 2020 Spring Schedule  

The Galveston College Continuing Education 2020 Spring Schedule features information on classes in workforce, online, and leisure learning.

Galveston College Continuing Education 2020 Spring Schedule  

The Galveston College Continuing Education 2020 Spring Schedule features information on classes in workforce, online, and leisure learning.