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Continuing Education Course Offerings Arts & Crafts............................................... 2 Cake Decorating ......................................... 2 Communication........................................... 3 Certificates and Licensures.......................... 4 Senior Education Programs......................... 5 Career Skills & Training............................... 6 Aviation & Manufacturing........................... 7

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Computer Technology ................................. 8 Computer Workshops................................ 10

Registration Information.............................................27 Refund Policy..............................................................27 Location Key...............................................................28 How to Use This Schedule............................................28 Application Forms.......................................................29 Disclaimer/Schedule Statements.................................30 Campus Maps..............................................................31

Professional IT Certification...................10-11 Fitness & Health........................................ 12 Foreign Language..................................... 13 Furniture Re-upholstery............................ 13 Music........................................................ 13 Health & Safety ....................................... 14 NA Training Programs............................... 15 Notary ..................................................... 16 Photography............................................. 16 Online Training from ed2go...................... 17 Wine Appreciation..................................... 17 GTCC Conference Center............................. 18 Therapeutic Massage................................ 18

Basic Skills / Adult Education

Project Management ................................ 19

Adult High School (AHS)..............................................24 Adult Basic Education (ABE).........................................24 High School Equivalent (HSE)......................................24 Compensatory Education (CED)...................................24 Basic Skills Plus...........................................................25 English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL).........26

Real Estate .............................................. 20 Special Interest......................................... 21 Safety Defensive Driving Programs........... 22 Sewing, Quilting, and Needlework............ 23 Small Business..............................Back Cover

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Visit conedreg.gtcc.edu to view courses, register, and pay! Questions? Call (336) 334-4822 or (336) 454-1126 and the extension listed below. Adult Basic Education (GSO) ..................... 53049 Adult Basic Education (HP)............. 55072/55008 Adult High School (GSO) ........................... 53081 Adult High School (HP).................... 55072/55008 Automotive................................................... 50054 Aviation Center.............................................59011 Business & Industry Services..................... 57002 Community Service (GSO).......................... 53037 Community Service (HP)............................. 55021 Compensatory Education (GSO)................ 53084 Compensatory Education (HP)................... 55010 Computer Classes....................................... 53062 Continuing Education (GSO)............ 53043/53019 Continuing Education (HP).......................... 55033 Corporate Training............................ 57003/57008

Ed2Go Online Courses................................ 55027 English for Speakers of Other Languages (GSO)....................... 53038 English for Speakers of Other Languages (HP)............... 55001/55026 High School Equivalency (GSO)................. 53081 High School Equivalency (HP)....... 55072/55008 High School Equivalency Testing (GSO).... 53044 High School Equivalency Testing (HP) ........................ 55072/55008 Greensboro Campus ....................... 53043/53019 High Point Campus........................... 55066/55055 Human Resources Development (HP)....... 55057 IT Certifications............................................ 53062 Jamestown Campus.................................... 50359

Main Number.......... (336) 334-4822/(336) 454-1126 Nursing Assistant 1........................... 53062/50388 Quick Careers Training................................ 53108 Real Estate.................................................. 53062 Small Business Center ............................... 62001 Teacher Recertification................................ 57009 TTY........................................ direct dial 841-2158


SCHEDULE OF CLASSES Arts & Crafts Watercolor 6/7 - 7/19 Oil Painting 5/31 - 7/12 Basket Making with a Twist of Paper 6/6 - 7/25 Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain 6/1 - 7/13

Cake Decorating Cake Decorating Beginning Cake Decorating - Intermediate Career Skills & Training Customer Service Representatives DSS Income Maintenance Caseworker Course 1 of 2 Course 2 of 2 DSS Income Maintenance Caseworker Course 1 of 2 Course 2 of 2 Pharmacy Technician (Hybrid) Apartment Maintenance Technician Global Logistics Associate (Hybrid) Global Logistics Associate (Hybrid) Electrician's Helper Certificates & Licensures Activity Director - Basic Forklift Operator Forklift Operator Forklift Operator Forklift Operator Forklift Operator General Contractor's Prep

$60 $60 $65 $60

Computers: Professional IT Certifications Notary CompTIA A+ 6/5 - 10/2 $188 Notary Public Workshop Network+ and Security+ 6/5 - 10/2 $188 Notary Public Workshop Cisco CCENT - ICND1 5/16 - 8/10 $188 Notary Public Workshop Server Administration: Essentials 6/6 - 9/28 $188 Notary Public Workshop

ed2go Training Online 6/5 - 6/26 $45 Class start dates are: April 12, May 17, June 14, July 12, 7/10 - 7/31 $45 and August 16. Register for classes at ed2go.com/gtcc2go 5/8 - 8/9

$188

7/27 - 9/21 $133 Foreign Language 9/26 - 11/16 $133 Spanish for Beginners Spanish for Beginners 7/6 - 8/31 $133 Intermediate Spanish 9/5 - 10/26 $133 6/21 - 8/9 $188 6/3 - 8/13 $188 5/16 - 7/6 $188 Furniture Re-upholstery 6/12 - 7/31 $188 Furniture Reupholstery 5/2 - 7/29 $188 Furniture Reuphostery 5/4 - 8/10 6/10 - 6/17 6/20 - 6/22 7/15 - 7/22 7/25 - 7/27 8/5 - 8/12 5/11 - 8/10

$188 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $188

Communication Public Speaking for Shy & Terrified Public Speaking Too Getting Paid with Your Voice American Sign Language - Beginners

5/30 - 6/20 6/27 - 7/25 8/8 5/31-7/19

$45 $45 $40 $65

Computer Technology Introduction to Windows AutoCAD Basics & Productivity AutoCAD Basics 2.0 Introduction to Graphic Design Illustrator CC InDesign CC Photoshop CC Photoshop CC Intermediate Excel 2013 Excel 2013 Excel 2013 Word 2013 PC Troubleshooting & Repair I PC Troubleshooting & Repair II Beginning WordPress Programming w/Python Intermediate Introduction to SQL

6/5 - 6/28 6/6 - 6/29 7/11 - 8/3 7/11 - 8/3 6/6 - 6/29 7/10 - 8/2 5/15 - 6/12 7/10 - 8/2 6/5 - 6/28 6/6 - 6/29 7/11 - 8/3 6/6 - 6/29 6/6 - 6/29 7/11 - 8/3 6/5 - 6/28 6/5 - 6/28 7/10 - 8/2

$78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78

Computer Technology Workshops Introduction to Windows 10 7/25 Introduction to Windows 10 7/27 Excel 2013 8/4 PowerPoint 2013 7/26 Word 2013 8/11

$54 $54 $54 $54 $54

Health & Fitness Certified Personal Trainer Course Tai Chi Chuan Tai Chi Chuan Health & Safety CPR CPR CPR CPR and First Aid CPR and First Aid CPR and First Aid EMT Refresher Initial EMT-Basic Initial EMT-Basic Initial EMT-Basic Initial EMT-Basic

Project Management Project Management Music Acoustic Guitar - Beginner Electric Rhythm Guitar - Beginner

$78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78 $78

6/3 - 4/17 3/6 - 4/17 6/6 - 7/18 6/19 - 7/24

$60 $60 $60 $55

5/22 - 8/1 5/15 - 6/21 5/16 6/1 5/16 6/1

$188 $133 $45 $45 $45 $45

Photography Basics of Portrait Photography Photo 101 Abstract Photography 5/30 - 7/11 $65 Introduction to Basic Photography 5/25 - 6/29 $65 7/6 - 8/3 $60 Real Estate Broker Pre-Licensing 5/22 - 7/31 $125 Contracts & Closing 5/23 - 8/1 $125 Real Estate Update Real Estate Update And the Commission Says... And the Commission Says...

6/6 - 7/18 $700 5/23 - 6/27 $45 6/15 - 7/20 $45 Safety Defensive Driving Programs Safety First 6/8 Safety First 7/14 Safety First 8/10 6/13 $78 NCDOT Oversized/Overload Escort 8-hour Beginner 6/24 7/10 $78 8-hour Beginner 7/22 8/8 $78 4-hour Recertification 7/8 5/20 $78 6/1 6/24 $78 Motorcycle Basic Rider Course 6/8 - 6/11 7/22 $78 Motorcycle Basic Rider Course 6/15 - 6/18 6/9 $188 Motorcycle Basic Rider Course 7/6 - 7/9 5/15 - 7/28 $198 Motorcycle Basic Rider Course 7/20 - 7/23 5/16 - 8/15 $198 Motorcycle Basic Rider Course 5/6 - 8/26 $198 5/8 - 7/21 $198

Email Amy Leonard aeleonard@gtcc.edu for more information on the following classes: Cardiac Monitor Technician Medication Administration Aide Nurse Assistant (NA) 1 NA Training Refresher Course

Notary Public Workshop Notary Public Workshop Notary Public Workshop Notary Public Workshop

6/3 6/10 6/17 6/24 7/8 7/22 7/29 8/5

$25 $25 $25 $110 $110 $65 $195 $195 $195 $195 $195

Steppin’ N2 Life Senior Education Series Basic Computer Training 6/15 - 7/16 $35 for Older Adults Basic Computer Training 7/13 - 8/3 $35 for Older Adults Basic Smartphones (Android) 6/14 - 7/5 $35 for Older Adults

Sewing 8/7 - 8/11 $1795 Beginning Sewing Beginning Sewing Advanced Sewing Sewing All Levels 5/22 - 7/17 $85 5/23 - 7/18 $85 Special Interest How to Become a Life Coach Life Coaching II: Mobilizing the Coachee Basic Small Engine Repair Basic Small Engine Repair II Wine Appreciation

5/30 - 7/25 6/5 - 7/24 6/1 - 7/20 6/6 - 8/1

$65 $65 $65 $65

5/30 - 6/27 7/11 - 8/1 5/22 - 7/3 5/23 - 6/29 7/25 - 8/3

$65 $60 $145 $145 $50

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CAKE DECORATING Cake Decorating Beginning Learn how to ice your cake evenly, as well as make a decorative border, icing flowers, roses and pansies and simple writing techniques. At the end of the class, your cake will look professionally finished. A list of supplies will be given on the first day of class or the instructor will contact you prior to class beginning. There will be an extra cost for supplies. Course Code: CSP-4000-NX2 Date: June 5-June 26, Monday, 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 117, Greensboro Campus Instructor: S. Sanders Cost: $45

ARTS & CRAFTS Watercolor This course is designed to teach the elements and techniques of painting using watercolors. Watercolor painting is a skill that anyone can learn! This fun, informative, stress-free class is designed for the beginning and leisure watercolorist. No drawing skills required. Come and discover the unique and beautiful qualities of watercolor in a welcoming, supportive environment. Supplies needed will be discussed on the first class session. Course Code: CSP-4000-PN1 Date: June 7-July 19, Wednesday, 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Location: CEC, Room 116, Greensboro Campus Instructor: J. Weber Cost: $60 Oil Painting This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of traditional oil painting techniques. The genre of still life painting will be featured, as well as drawing basics when working from life, and time-honored methods and materials unique to oil painting. Includes instructor demonstrations and one-on-one time. There will be an extra cost for materials. These are explained on the first day. Visit www.donstewart.com/gtcc for details. Course Code: CSP-4000-NM2 Date: May 31-July 12, Wednesday, 6:45 p.m.-9:15 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 116, Greensboro Campus Instructor: D. Stewart Cost: $60

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Basket Making with a Twist of Paper This course is designed to teach basic to advanced level basketry techniques and terms included dyeing and weaving with reed. Weaving with painted paper is also available. First-time students will start with a reed basket and can move on from there. Participants may complete two to three baskets in one session. Please bring to class a basin, spray bottle, small screw driver, measuring tape, pencil, towel and heavy-duty scissors. There will be an extra cost for materials. Course Code: CSP-4000-MC2 Date: June 6-July 25, Tuesday, 12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. No class schedule on 7/4 Location: CEC, Room 117, Greensboro Campus Instructor: M. Adelman Cost: $65 Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain In this course you will learn and practice the five basic skills of drawing in a fun, effective way inspired by Betty Edwards' best-selling book, “Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain.” Bring a 9" x 12" drawing pad and No. 2 pencils with eraser to the first class. Additional supplies will be needed at student’s cost. Visit www.donstewart.com/gtcc for details. Course Code: CSP-4000-NL2 Date: June 1-July 13, Thursday, 6:45 p.m.-9:15 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 116, Greensboro Campus Instructor: D. Stewart Cost: $60

Cake Decorating - Intermediate In this class, students will learn more intermediate techniques for working with both buttercream and fondant. This class also will focus on the proper stacking of a multi-tiered cake. At the end of the class, you will have learned how to create a professional looking multi-tiered custom cake. Pre-requisite: Cake Decorating - Beginning or mid-level cake decorating skills. A list of supplies will be given on the first day of class or instructor will contact you prior to class beginning. There will be an extra cost for supplies. Course Code: CSP-4000-PB2 Date: July 10-July 31, Monday, 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 117, Greensboro Campus Instructor: S. Sanders Cost: $45


COMMUNICATION COURSES

Public Speaking for the Shy & Terrified It's not what you say, it’s how you say it. This workshop teaches the simple skills necessary to speak with confidence in front of an audience. Focus will be on public speaking and group presentation skills. By the end of the workshop, participants will demonstrate control over their voices and body language and have improved self-confidence in their speaking abilities. Course Code: CSP-4000-QH2 Date: May 30-June 20, Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.-8 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 210, Greensboro Campus Instructor: J. Jeffries Cost: $45 Public Speaking Too If you enjoyed Public Speaking for the Shy and Terrified you will love Public Speaking Too. Eliminate "uh" and replace it with confidence. Make your presentations, announcements, or spur-of-the-moment speeches fun for you and your audience or congregation. Learning techniques on handling hecklers or remembering an entire speech can be fun and enlightening. Let your voice be heard and felt. Supplies needed: pencil, 3 x 5 note cards and a bottle of water. Course Code: CSP-4000-NV2 Date: June 27-July 25, Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.-8 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 237, Greensboro Campus Instructor: J. Jeffries Cost: $45

Getting Paid with Your Voice Do people compliment you on your voice? Have you ever thought about using it to make money? This class will introduce you to the growing field of voice over, where can you get paid to record everything from audio books and cartoons to documentaries, commercials and more. You’ll learn what the pros look for, how to prepare, and where to find work in your region. You’ll also hear samples from working voice professionals and have the opportunity to read a short professional script under the direction of the instructor. This class is a fun, realistic presentation and a great way to learn about the business of voice acting. For more information visit www.voicecoaches.com/gptt. Course Code: CSP-4000-CK2 Date: August 8, Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m. Location: AT, Room 124, Jamestown Campus Instructor: Voice Coaches Cost: $40

American Sign Language (ASL) - Beginners Students will learn to appreciate and respect ASL as a living, unique and wholly naturally-occurring language, and recognize deaf people as a community with its own set of cultural traditions and values. Students will become familiar with deaf culture, history, folklore, community, and sub-communities such as the Deaf-Blind community in Greensboro. To appreciate and respect deaf culture, students must understand the signed language. Students will learn appropriate cultural behaviors such as directing and maintaining attention, and a way of talking that keeps others informed. This course is appropriate for students who have no or minimal knowledge of sign language to the point where they can function comfortably in a wide variety of situations. Students learn how to use ASL to ask and answer questions, exchange personal information, discuss their jobs, discuss their families, discuss where they are from, and make appointments. Optional textbook: “Signing Illustrated: The Complete Learning Guide” by Mickey Foldin. Course Code: CSP-4000-CH2 Date: May 31-July 19, Wednesday, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Location: AT, Room 125, Jamestown Campus Instructor: B. Coleman Cost: $65

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CERTIFICATES & LICENSURES Activity Director – Basic State and federal regulations require an activity director working in an assisted living facility or nursing home to complete a state-approved activity training course. Individuals completing this course will receive a certificate of completion and will be in compliance with the requirements. Individuals completing this course will be qualified and can use this course as a step toward national certification for activity coordinators. Textbook is required and must be purchased from the Greensboro campus bookstore prior to class.

Forklift Operator This forklift operator training is taught by an OSHA compliant instructor. It is a comprehensive, hands-on program that covers every aspect of lift-truck training. This 11-hour training is designed for anyone wishing to learn how to operate a forklift. Certificate of Completion is given at the end of the course when a student successfully completes the course. Textbook is required and must be purchased at the Cameron Campus bookstore (Room 172) or the Greensboro Campus bookstore prior to the first day of class. The cost is approximately $8.

Course Code: HSE-3264-202 Date: May 4–August 10, 5 p.m.–9 p.m. Thursday Location: CEC, Room 238, Greensboro Campus Instructor: J. Nichols Cost: $188

Course Code: OSH-3012-225 Date: June 10 & June 17, 8:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Saturday Location: C1, Room 174, Cameron Campus Instructor: D. Hanna Cost: $78

General Contractor’s Prep This course makes students aware of the requirements to become a residential general contractor in North Carolina. It includes information on the application process and the state licensing exam, as well as blueprint reading, building terminology, estimating, safety, employment regulations, building and administrative codes, and other topics. Individuals must meet specific requirements to become a general contractor. Visit www.nclbgc.org to view requirements prior to registering. Textbooks are required and must be purchased from the Greensboro Campus bookstore prior to class.

Course Code: OSH-3012-226 Date: June 20–June 22, 4:30 p.m. –8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday Location: TEC, Room 202, Greensboro Campus Instructor: D. Hanna Cost: $78

Course Code: CAR-3118-202 Date: May 11–August 10, 6:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m. Thursday Location: CEC, Room 205, Greensboro Campus Instructor: J. McNeill Cost: $133

Course Code: OSH-3012-227 Date: July 15 & July 22, 8:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Saturday Location: C1, Room 174, Cameron Campus Instructor: D. Hanna Cost: $78 Course Code: OSH-3012-228 Date: July 25–July 27, 4:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday Location: TEC, Room 202, Greensboro Campus Instructor: D. Hanna Cost: $78 Course Code: OSH-3012-230 Date: August 5 & August 12, 8:30 a.m.–2:30 pm. Saturday Location: C1, Room 174, Cameron Campus Instructor: D. Hanna Cost: $78

Development Career Development Career Development courses provide employability skills training and assistance for adults who are trying to find employment, transitioning back into the workforce, or working to redefine their professional niche in today's global market. The courses are offered in short sessions to equip you with the knowledge, values, and practical skills essential to applying for, keeping, and advancing in your job. Classes are held at various times and locations including community agencies and GTCC campuses. http://conedhome. gtcc.edu/human-resources-development/ Career Development class enrollment is tuition-free if the participant qualifies for at least one of the following: • • • •

Unemployed; or Received notification of a pending layoff; or Working and eligible for the Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (FEIT); or Working and earning wages at or below two hundred percent (200%) of the federal poverty guidelines.

Participants complete an in-class registration form and tuition waiver on the first day of class. Courses Include: • Career Exploration • Communications for the Workplace • Computer Basics for Job Search • Employability Skills • Interviewing Skills • Introduction to Computers for Job Seekers • Job Search Skills • Money Smart • Pathways to Employment • Skills for Employment • Social Media in Today’s Job Search • Winning Resumes Any additional questions can be directed to Jennifer Smith, jfsmith@gtcc.edu, 336-334-4822 or 336-4541126, ext. 55057.

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NC Career Readiness Certificate

The NC Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) is a credential that promotes career development and skill attainment and confirms to employers that an individual possesses basic workplace skills in the following areas: Reading for Information, Applied Math and Locating Information. With the Career Readiness Certificate, individuals prove they have the skills needed to successfully enter and advance in the workplace. A growing number of employers view the NC Career Readiness Certificate as evidence of essential skills and may require a CRC during the hiring process. Visit a CRC Employability Lab Today! Greensboro Campus Continuing Education Center (CEC), Room 242 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Tuesday & Thursday High Point Campus H-4, Room 117 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Thursday Jamestown Campus Community Training Center (CTC), Room 122 5:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Thursday Interactive Resource Center (IRC) 9:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m., Friday 407 E. Washington St., Greensboro (336) 332-0824 Guilford County NC Works Career Centers *Individuals must first register as an NCWorks customer. Greensboro NC Works, 2301 Meadowview Road 1 p.m.-4 p.m., Monday | 4 p.m.-7 p.m., Wednesday High Point NCWorks, 607 Idol St. 1 p.m.-4 p.m, Thursday For more information go to www.gtcc.edu or contact Gwendolyn Roy at 336-334-4822, ext. 53087 or crc@ gtcc.edu. Information is also available at your local NCWorks Career Center.

Steppin’ N2 Life is a senior education program targeted toward older adults and is designed to offer courses to help older adults celebrate healthy aging, make healthy lifestyle choices and provide lifelong training opportunities for personal enrichment. Sign up for any of these series! Basic Computer Training for Older Adults In this course students will learn computer basics that focus on enabling older adults to utilize their computers comfortably. Topics discussed are hardware, software, navigation, internet and email. Students will participate in instructor-led projects to solidify knowledge. Course Code: CSP-4000-SEN2 Date: June 15-July 16, Thursday, 3:30 p.m. –5:30 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 219, Greensboro Campus Instructor: M. Thomas Cost: $35 Course Code: CSP-4000-SEN22 Date: July 13-August 3, Thursday, 3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 219, Greensboro Campus Instructor: M. Thomas Cost: $35

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Basic Smartphones (Android) for Older Adults This is introductory course to smartphones teaches the basics and focuses on enabling seniors to utilize Android smartphones comfortably. Topics discussed will include getting started with your device, exploring your device, understanding security tips, and exploring apps. Students will participate in instructor-led projects to solidify knowledge. By the end of class, students will be able to comfortably utilize their android smartphone. Course Code: CSP-4000-SEN12 Date: June 14–July 5, Wednesday, 3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 224, Greensboro Campus Instructor: M. Thomas Cost: $35 Course Code: CSP-4000-SEN32 Date: July 12-August 2, Wednesday, 3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 224, Greensboro Campus Instructor: M. Thomas Cost: $35 5


CAREER SKILLS & TRAINING Administrative/Financial

Healthcare

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Pharmacy Technician (Hybrid) Pharmacy technicians are supervised by licensed Customer Service Representative pharmacists and perform duties that do not require the A career as a customer service representative spans many industries, call centers, retail, sales, hospitality, food pharmacist's expertise, such as labeling prescription bottles and helping patients complete medical insurance services, and other office environments. This course is forms. Upon successful completion, a student should designed to provide students with the work-ready skills needed to effectively connect with customers. Students be equipped to pass a national certified exam and will be taught skills to meet customer needs, evaluate and be registered by the State Board of Pharmacy as a resolve complaints from customers in a positive way, and Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT). (Strong math skills recommended) satisfy and retain customers. Course Code: MKT-3438-Q1 Date: May 8-August 9, 6 p.m. - 9:15 p.m., Monday, Wednesday Location: CEC, Room 238, Greensboro Campus Instructor: TBA Cost: $188 (plus cost of books) DSS Income Maintenance Caseworker North Carolina Families Accessing Services through Technology (N.C. FAST) is a program designed to improve the way the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services and county departments of social services do business. N.C. FAST introduces new technological tools and business processes that will enable workers to spend less time on administrative tasks and more time assisting families. Learn the skills you need to be a better candidate for employment at your local Department of Social Services (DSS). This training consists of two courses.

Course Code: PHM-3250-HQ19 Date: May 10-June 28, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Wednesday Location: C1, Room 221, Cameron Campus Instructor: C. Hall Cost: $188 (plus cost of books)

Maintenance/Repair Apartment Maintenance Technician This program prepares students for maintenance positions in the multifamily and apartment housing industry. Topics include interior and exterior maintenance, electrical systems, plumbing, heating, air conditioning, and appliance maintenance and repair.

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CGlobal Logistics Associate (Hybrid) Logistics involves obtaining, producing, and distributing materials and products in the proper place and in the proper quantities. Do you like having the right thing, at the right place, at the right time? If you answered yes, a career in the global logistic, supply chain management field may be right for you! This training has been developed to prepare an individual to sit for the APICS Global Logistics Associate (GLA) endorsement exam . The industry-recognized entry-level certification demonstrates a solid understanding of the transportation and supply chain industries. Course Code: LOG-3400-HQ8 Date: May 16-July 6, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday Location: C1, Room 215, Cameron Campus Instructor: S. Chinnis Cost: $188 (plus cost of books and supplies) Course Code: LOG-3400-HQ9 Date: June 12-July 31, 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Monday and Wednesday Location: C1, Room 215, Cameron Campus Instructor: S. Chinnis Cost: $188 (plus cost of books and supplies)

Course Code: MNT-3066-Q7 Date: June 3-August 13, 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday; 12:30 p.m.-5 p.m. Sunday Location: TEC, Room 208, Greensboro Campus Instructor: TBA Cost: $188 (plus cost of books)

Introduction to Human Services: DSS Income Maintenance Caseworker (course 1 of 2) Course Code: HRD-4000 Date: May 16-July 13, 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday NEW Location: H4, Room 117, High Point Campus Electrician's Helper Instructor: L. Thomas Cost: $133 (students may be eligible for a registration This course is for individuals interested in residential electrical wiring. It offers the knowledge and skills fee waiver) necessary for career pathways in the electrical trade. Income Maintenance Caseworker - NC FAST (course 2 of 2) The course is designed to cover the principles of Course Code: HSE-3220 electrical wiring as it applies to residential applications. Date: July 18-September 7, 6 p.m.-9 p.m., Tuesday,Thursday Course Code: ELC-3014-Q1 Location: H4, Room 117, High Point Campus Date: May 2-July 29, 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Tuesday, Instructor: L. Thomas Thursday; 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday Cost: $133 Location: TEC, Room 204, Greensboro Campus Instructor: M. Trice Introduction to Human Services: DSS Income Cost: $188 (plus cost of books and supplies) Maintenance Caseworker (course 1 of 2) Course Code: HRD-4000 Date: July 27-September 21, 6 p.m.-9 p.m, Tuesday, Thursday Location: CEC, Room 233, Greensboro Campus Instructor: S. Roseborough Cost: $133 (students may be eligible for a registration fee waiver) Income Maintenance Caseworker - NC FAST (course 2 of 2) Course Code: HSE-3220 Date: September 26-November 16, 6 p.m.-9 p.m., Tuesday, Thursday Location: CEC, Room 233, Greensboro Campus Instructor: S. Roseborough Cost: $133

Manufacturing & Logistics

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COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY

Cost: $78

Windows Courses Introduction to Windows 10 You will learn to navigate Windows 10, explore the interface and customize the desktop. Learn to manage, search and organize files and folders. See what new tools and techniques are available by using common applications. Textbook is required. Purchase from the campus bookstore where the course is taught prior to class. Course Code: CIS-3100-207 Date: June 5–June 28, 1 p.m.–4 p.m. Monday and Wednesday Location: C1, Room 213, Cameron Campus Instructor: Tina Essick Cost: $78

Drafting/CAD Courses AutoCAD Basics & Productivity Do you have design ideas doodled on napkins? Do you have a project assignment that requires a more professional document? Or are you interested in updating your AutoCAD skills? This continuing education course covers basic AutoCAD functions and the applications and techniques for improved efficiency and productivity. Autodesk 2016 software is used in GTCC computer labs. Recommended prerequisites: Basic skills in computer keyboard, screen navigation and file management, and familiarity with drafting concepts. Required Supplies: 4G flash drive to save work Course Code: DFT 3100 683 Date: June 6-June 29, 6 p.m.-9 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday Location: C1, Room 169, Cameron Campus Cost: $78 AutoCAD Basics 2.0 AutoCAD is a powerful software. Most self-taught users access only 20% of the available tools and techniques, and then use those inefficiently. You will learn and practice additional basic AutoCAD skills and shortcuts, and be better prepared for the workplace, college project work, or ready for the Autodesk Revit Productivity course. AutoCAD 2016 software is used in the GTCC computer labs. Recommended prerequisites: AutoCAD experience in versions 2015 or higher from industry/OJT use, academic coursework, and/or completion of AutoCAD Basics & Productivity continuing education course. Required Supplies: 4G flash drive to save work Course Code: DFT 3100D 684 Date: July 11-August 3, 6 p.m.-9 p.m., Tuesday & Thursday Location: C1, Room 169, Cameron Campus Cost:: $78

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Graphics Courses Introduction to Graphic Design In this course you will be introduced to basic design principles and shown fundamental skills in InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop in order to create a class project. Basic skills shown should translate into a number of projects that you can do after the class is done. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught prior to class. Course Code: SGR-3100-206 Date: July 11–August 3, 6:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday Location: CEC, Room 219, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Barry Slate Cost: $78 Illustrator CC Create and produce computer-aided illustrations by learning the fundamental concepts and features needed to master Adobe Illustrator CC. Learn skills used to create illustrations for print, multimedia and online graphics. Elements of basic drawing are also included. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught prior to class. Course Code: SGR-3100-205 Date: June 6–June 29, 6:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday Location: CEC, Room 219, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Sabrina Tatum Cost: $78 InDesign CC Discover the new levels of creative freedom and productivity using Adobe® InDesign® CC software. Tightly integrated with the Adobe applications you use most, InDesign CC delivers faster production workflows and a more fluid creative environment for designing professional layouts with sophisticated graphics and typography. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught prior to class. Course Code: SGR-3100-204 Date: July 10–August 2, 6:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday Location: H5, Room 238, High Point Campus Instructor: Sabrina Tatum

Photoshop CC This course is designed as an introduction to photographic enhancement techniques and terminology using Photoshop CC. In this course, you will learn to use tools for selecting parts of images, move, duplicate and resize images. You will learn to use layers, layer effects, filters, painting and blending, and color modification. Textbook is suggested but not required. Course Code: SGR-3100-209 Date: May 15–June 12, 6:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday Location: CEC, Room 219, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Barry Slate Cost: $78 Photoshop CC Intermediate We’ll turn you into a more serious Photoshop user by covering in depth: Alpha channels, paths, layers and masks; using actions and other automated features; creating vector paths, editing paths, and using paths for masking. Textbook is suggested but not required. Course Code: SGR-3100-210 Date: July 10–August 2, 6:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday Location: CEC, Room 219, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Barry Slate Cost: $78

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COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY PC Troubleshooting and Repair Courses

Microsoft Office Courses Excel 2013 Learn spreadsheets by exploring the Excel 2013 interface and features. Learn to enter, edit, sort and filter data, write and edit formulas and apply basic formatting for legibility. Learn to create simple charts and collaborate with users of earlier versions of Excel. Textbook is required. Purchase from the campus bookstore where the course is taught prior to class. Course Code: OST-3100-201 Date: June 5–June 28, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. Monday and Wednesday Location: C1, Room 213, Cameron Campus Instructor: Tina Essick Cost: $78 Course Code: OST-3100-202 Date: June 6–June 29, 6:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday Location: CEC, Room 222, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Vergie Brinson Cost: $78 Course Code: OST-3100-203 Date: July 11–August 3, 6:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday Location: H5, Room 238, High Point Campus Instructor: Matt Hall Cost: $78

PC Troubleshooting & Repair I Learn to diagnose, identify, and repair failing components of personal computers. Topics include diagnostic techniques for identifying hardware and Windows-related problems and repair. Learn the techniques used in determining if and when updates and upgrades are appropriate. This is a hands-on class emphasizing the diagnoses and repair of personal computers. No textbook required. Course Code: CET-3100-214 Date: June 6–June 29, 6 p.m.–9 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday Location: AT, Room 117, Jamestown Campus Instructor: Skip Foster Cost: $78 PC Troubleshooting & Repair II This course builds on the skills learned in PC Troubleshooting and Repair I and is designed to teach common error messages and their meaning, as well as the appropriate course of action. Installing and configuring Windows and basic networking is also discussed. System analysis, isolation, and problem determination procedures, as well as diagnosis of common faults, are examined and error codes are explained. No textbook required. Course Code: CET-3100-215 Date: July 11–August 3, 6 p.m.–9 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday Location: AT, Room 117, Jamestown Campus Instructor: Skip Foster Cost: $78

Word 2013 Now is the perfect time to get up to speed in Word 2013! Learn to format documents quickly and efficiently using styles, Live Preview, keep frequently used text blocks readily available with Quick Parts, set preferences and collaborate with users of earlier versions of Word. Textbook is required. Purchase from the campus bookstore where the course is taught prior to class. Course Code: OST-3100-213 Date: June 6–June 29, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday Location: CEC, Room 219, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Tina Essick Cost: $78

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Web Development Courses Beginning WordPress WordPress powers millions of blogs and websites. Learn to create your own with this powerful publishing platform. Students will learn to get the most out of the self-hosted version of WordPress and create featurerich blogs and websites. This class explains how to create and publish posts and pages; customize your site with themes, widgets, and menus; and extend WordPress even further with plugins. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught prior to class. Course Code: OST-3100-216 Date: June 5–June 28, 6:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday Location: CEC, Room 222, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Sabrina Tatum Cost: $78

Programming Courses

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Programming with Python Intermediate This course continues with the basic concepts of computer programming learned in the introductory course. This course is designed for beginning programmers and will continue with the basic concepts of programming. Python is a flexible, easy to understand language for beginners. Additional topics include decision structures, loops, Booleans, simulation, data collection, and object-oriented design. This course will prepare students to continue with more advanced programming languages. Textbook is required. Purchase from the campus bookstore where the class is taught. Course Code: CSC-3110-212 Date: June 5–June 28, 6 p.m.–9 p.m. Monday and Wednesday Location: C1, Room 213, Cameron Campus Instructor: Susan Knorr Cost: $78 Introduction to SQL SQL is the standard language for accessing and manipulating databases. Learn to execute queries, insert, delete, and update and retrieve records from a database. This class will focus on learning the commands necessary to successfully work with relational database management systems. Textbook is required. Purchase from the campus bookstore where the class is taught. Course Code: CSC-4101-211 Date: July 10–August 2, 6 p.m.–9 p.m. Monday and Wednesday Location: C1, Room 213, Cameron Campus Instructor: Susan Knorr Cost: $78 APPLICATION FORM, PAGE 29

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COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOPS NEW!!

Introduction to Windows 10 Workshop The most recent release of Microsoft® Windows® 10 confirms the major redesign for this newest version of Windows. This workshop highlights several of the new features in the Windows 10 environment. Learn to use Windows 10 apps, navigation and more. Get an introduction to Charms, Using Tiles, How to Search, and more. Handouts will be provided.

Excel 2013 Workshop Following an overview of the program environment and a glimpse of the power of Excel, students will learn to enter and format data (both text and values), move and copy data, create formulas and functions to calculate data, and specify formula references as relative or absolute. Students also will learn to format and print spreadsheets. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught prior to class.

Word 2013 Workshop Learn to create and format basic documents and multiple page reports, create and format text using a variety of features. You will also learn to work with the page layout features of margins, page breaks, and page numbers. Learn to use document views, printing, move and copy text, and apply text formats. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught prior to class.

Course Code: CPX-7052-217 Date: July 25, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Tuesday, Location: CEC, Room 219, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Tina Essick Cost: $54

Course Code: CPX-7064-219 Date: August 4, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Friday Location: CEC, Room 219, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Elaine Porter Cost: $54

Course Code: CPX-7062-221 Date: August 11, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Friday Location: CEC, Room 219, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Elaine Porter Cost: $54

Course Code: CPX-7052-218 Date: July 27, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Thursday Location: C1, Room 213, Cameron Campus Instructor: Tina Essick Cost: $54

PowerPoint 2013 Workshop Learn to create dynamic presentations using PowerPoint 2013. Create presentations from start to finish. Learn to use templates, insert graphics and create tables and charts. Enhance your presentation with transitions and animations. Watch your presentations come to life by running the slideshow on your own computer. Textbook is required. Purchase from the bookstore where the course is taught prior to class. Course Code: CPX-7068-220 Date: July 26, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Wednesday Location: CEC, Room 219, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Tina Essick Cost: $54

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY - IT CERTIFICATIONS CompTIA A+: A Comprehensive Approach If you are getting ready for a career as an entry-level information technology (IT) professional or personal computer (PC) service technician, the CompTIA® A+® course is the first step in your preparation. The course will build on your existing user-level knowledge and experience with personal computer software and hardware to present fundamental skills and concepts that you will use on the job. In this course, you will acquire the essential skills and information you will need to install, upgrade, repair, configure, troubleshoot, optimize, and perform preventative maintenance of basic personal computer hardware and operating systems. The CompTIA A+ course can benefit you in two ways. Whether you work or plan to work in a mobile or corporate environment where you have a high level of face-to-face customer interaction, where client communication and client training are important, or in an environment with limited customer interaction and an emphasis on hardware activities, this course provides the background knowledge and skills you will require to be a successful A+ technician. It also can assist you if you are preparing to take the CompTIA A+ certification examinations, 2012 objectives (exam numbers 220-901, 220-902), in order to become a CompTIA A+ Certified Professional Prerequisite: None Course Code: NET-3100-A09 Date: June 5–October 2, 6 p.m.–9 p.m. Monday and Wednesday Location: C1, Room 233, Cameron Campus Instructor: Steven Wilson (A+, Net+, Sec+) Cost: $188 for 96 hours Textbook may be purchased from the Cameron Campus bookstore only. The cost is approximately $108.

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COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY - IT CERTIFICATIONS Network + and Security + Certification Bundle Network+ and Security+ Bundle These courses are intended for entry-level computer support professionals with a basic knowledge of computer hardware, software, and operating systems who wish to increase their knowledge and understanding of networking concepts and acquire the required skills to prepare for a career in network support or administration, or who wish to prepare for the CompTIA Network+ certification. A typical student taking the CompTIA® Network+® (Exam N10-006) course should have a minimum of nine months of professional computer support experience as a PC or help desk technician. Networking experience is helpful but not mandatory; A+ certification or equivalent skills and knowledge is helpful but not mandatory. After taking this course, students will understand the field of network security and how it relates to other areas of information technology with the current CompTIA Security+ SY0-401 certification exam. This course also provides the broad-based knowledge necessary to prepare for further study in specialized security fields, or it can serve as a capstone course that gives a general introduction to the field. • Please note that this is a bundled class with both CompTIA Network + and Security + classes. Enrollment in this class includes coverage of both classes and students may not split the courses. Attendance in both classes is required for successful completion. Course Code: NET-3100-N06 Date: June 5–October 2, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays Location: C1, Room 233, Cameron Campus Instructor: Steven Wilson (A+, Net+, Sec+) Cost: $188 for 96 hours Textbooks are required and must be purchased from the Cameron Campus bookstore only.

Cisco CCENT – ICND1 This two module course will prepare students for the Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) certification exam and associated employment. CCENT validates the ability to install, operate and troubleshoot a small enterprise branch network, including basic network security. Students will demonstrate the skills required for entry-level network support positions. The curriculum covers networking fundamentals, WAN technologies, basic security and wireless concepts, routing and switching fundamentals, and configuring simple networks. CCENT is the first step toward achieving Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), which covers medium-size enterprise branch networks with more complex connections. Prerequisite: None At the end of the course, students will be eligible to sit for the ICND1 exam. The cost for the exam is $125. The three local testing centers are: • NC Elite Career Center of Greensboro 9C Dundas Circle Greensboro, NC 27407 • New Horizons Computer Learning Center 7017-A Albert Pick Road Greensboro, NC 27409 • ECPI University 7802 Airport Center Drive Greensboro, NC 27409

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Server Administration: Essentials This course offers core concepts and technologies needed to administer server operating systems. The course targets the MTA (Microsoft Technology Associate) 98-365 and CompTIA Server+ (EXAM CODE SK0-004) exams by covering Windows Server installation, server roles, storage, and active directory infrastructure. This course provide a foundation for other exams such as 70-410, 70-411, and 70-412. Textbooks are required and must be purchased from the Cameron Campus bookstore only. Course Code: NET-3100-S01 Date: June 6–September 28, 6 p.m.–9 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday Location: C1, Room 233, Cameron Campus Cost: $188 Instructor: Lucien Pere

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Course Code: NET-3100-C05 Date: May 16, 2017–August 10 6 p.m.–9 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Saturday (6/3, 6/17, 7/1, 7/22, 8/5) Location: C1, Room 213, Cameron Campus Cost: $188 Instructor: Steven Pearsall Maximum class size: 20 students The second module will be available in fall 2017. Stay tuned! Required Textbook for first module: CCENT ICND1 100-101 Official Cert Guide and Simulator Library, 1st Edition Authors: Wendell Odom, Sean Wilkins *ISBN-13: 978-1587204678 *ISBN-10: 1587204673 *Note: The two ISBN numbers are for the textbook and the simulator component.

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PERSONAL FITNESS CERTIFICATION MAKE UP TO $34/HOUR CLASS STARTS JUNE 6TH REGISTER AT CONEDREG.GTCC.EDU

FITNESS & HEALTH Certified Personal Trainer Course Whether you’re interested in a career move or gaining personal knowledge, this course will provide all the information you need to become a certified personal trainer. The personal trainer course is a great way to prepare to be a successful nationally certified personal trainer. The collegiate course is for candidates wanting in-depth instruction and hands-on experience with a top veteran instructor to master the career skills and knowledge to be a successful trainer. The course consists of 15 hours of lecture with key topics that include biomechanics, exercise physiology, fitness testing, equipment usage, and health assessment, in addition to 15 hours of hands-on practical training labs with role-playing drills on exercises, presentation skills, etc. to professionally master the position. Level 1 – Nationally Certified Personal Trainer: Successfully complete the written and practical exams. CPR/AED required. Level 2 – Nationally Certified Personal Trainer: Successfully complete your Level 1 exams followed by a 30-hour internship to help connect with local employers. Required textbook: Fitness Professional's Handbook-7th Edition with Web Resource ISBN-13: 9781492523376 is available for purchase online and at the GTCC Bookstore in Greensboro.

Tai Chi Chuan This course is designed to teach students the basic tenants of Tai Chi with a relation to Goju-Ryu Karate. Students will learn basic and combination stances, hand/leg techniques and forms. The techniques learned can be used for both physical exercise and self-defense situations. By the end of the course each student will be able to perform on command seven basic kata forms, hand and leg martial techniques, and basic to intermediate self-defense. Please wear comfortable clothing and footwear. With any fitness exercise, please consult your doctor prior to beginning the course. Course Code: CSP-4000-CX2 Date: May 23–June 27, Tuesday, 5 p.m.–6 p.m. Location: MCC, Room 100, Jamestown Campus Instructor: D. Hyde Cost: $45 Course Code: CSP-4000-AF2 Date: June 15–July 20, Thursday, 6 p.m.–7 p.m. Location: MCC, Room 100, Jamestown Campus Instructor: W. Washington Cost: $45

An e-book is also available for purchase online: ISBN-13: 9781492535935 You can also order the book through W.I.T.S. by calling 1-888-330-9487. Practical sessions are held at the Maximum Performance, 108 B S. Walnut Circle, Greensboro. One hour is allowed for a lunch break. Visit witseducation.com or call 888-330-9487 for additional information. No refunds or drop/adds given once class has begun. Course Code: CSP-4000-MX2 Date: June 6–July 18, Tuesday and Thursday, 6 p.m.–9 p.m., No class held on 7/4 Location: CEC, Room 216, Greensboro Campus (Tuesday); Maximum Performance (Thursday) Instructor: W.I.T.S. Cost: $700

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MUSIC Acoustic Guitar - Beginner This class is designed to introduce students to guitar techniques. Students in guitar class will develop the proper left/right hand technique to play good clean chords; learn songs and their components; play and/or sing in front of the class every week; memorize the chords (lyrics if desired); team up and play in “duo groups” with a partner, as well as give and receive feedback from students regarding classroom performances. Students will need an acoustic guitar in working condition with nylon or steel strings, capo, pick, sheet protectors for additional teacher handouts, spiral notebook and pencil. A wire music stand is recommended but optional. Required textbook: “The First Stage Guitar Book: Learn How to Play Guitar Easily & Quickly,” Chris Lopez (2006, spiral bound). Course Code: CSP-4000-DA2 Date: May 22–July 17, Monday, 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Location: AT, Room 120, Jamestown Campus Instructor: S. LaFlamme Cost: $85 Electric Rhythm Guitar - Beginner This class is designed for advanced students interested in improving performance skills using an electric guitar. Several musical styles will be covered including rock, blues, jazz, metal, country and funk. Techniques taught include alternate picking, arpeggios, sweep picking, string skipping, legato, string bending, and rhythm guitar. These exercises will increase your speed and improve your dexterity and pick- and fret-hand accuracy the more you practice them. Students will need an electric guitar in working condition with steel strings, effects processor or distortion pedal, pick-sheet protectors for additional teacher handouts, spiral notebook and pencil. A wire music stand is recommended but optional. Required textbook: “Guitar Aerobics: A 52-Week, One-lick-per-day Workout Program for Developing, Improving and Maintaining Guitar Technique” (Paperback, 2007), Troy Nelson. Available for purchase at GTCC Jamestown Campus bookstore. Course Code: CSP-4000-CL2 Date: May 23–July 18, Tuesday, 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Location: AT, Room 120, Jamestown Campus Instructor: S. LaFlamme Cost: $85

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FURNITURE REUPHOLSTERY Learn how to reupholster chairs, sofas, and other pieces of fine furniture. Learn how to sew cushions, skirts, and all covers for re-upholstery, as well as re-tie and tie springs, brace the frame, and secure the webbing. Also included will be fabric layout and cutting, some techniques of refinishing the legs, and fabric patterns and styles. Please bring to class a pair of regular pliers and a tack puller (can be purchased at a hardware store), a small project (footstool, dining room chair, etc.) and fabric. A list of additional tools will be provided at the first class (approximate cost $40-$60).

Course Code: CSP-4000-CF2 Date: May 22–July 31, Monday, 6 p.m.–8:30 p.m. No class held on 5/29 Location: H2, Room 200, High Point Campus Instructor: L. Alford Cost: $125 Course Code: CSP-4000-BL2 Date: May 23–August 1, Tuesday, 6 p.m.–8:30 p.m. No class held on 7/4 Location: H2, Room 200, High Point Campus Instructor: E. Piotrowski Cost: $125

FOREIGN LANGUAGE Spanish Spanish for Beginners This course is designed for students who have had some basic Spanish or beginner-level Spanish and want to improve their conversational skills. Emphasis is placed on oral communication, reading of basic phrases, expressions and grammar instruction required to facilitate meaningful conversation. Textbook required: "Easy Spanish Step-by-Step" by Barbara Bregstein. Available at the GTCC Greensboro Campus bookstore.

Intermediate Spanish This course is for those completing Spanish for Beginners who want to increase their conversational skills. Emphasis is placed on oral communication, reading of basic phrases, expressions and grammar instruction required to facilitate meaningful conversation. Textbook required: "Easy Spanish Step-by-Step" by Barbara Bregstein. Available at the GTCC Greensboro Campus bookstore.

Course Code: CSP-4000-BU2 Date: May 30–July 11, Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.–9 p.m. Location: AT, Room 124, Jamestown Campus Instructor: M. Smith Cost: $65 / No class held 7/4

Course Code: CSP-4000-QK2 Date: July 6–August 3, Thursday, 6:30 p.m.–9 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 224, Greensboro Campus Instructor: M. Smith Cost: $60

Course Code: CSP-4000-QJ2 Date: May 25–June 29, Thursday, 6:30 p.m.–9 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 210, Greensboro Campus Instructor: M. Smith Cost: $65

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HEALTH & SAFETY COURSES CPR All classes are through the American Heart Association at the healthcare provider level. A BLS for Healthcare Providers student manual is required. All students must be pre-registered 48 hours prior to the start of each class. No fees can be collected during class. For further information, please contact 334-4822 extension 50281.

CPR and First Aid Classes All classes are certified through the American Heart Association. The CPR portion is at the Healthcare Provider level. A BLS for Healthcare Providers student manual is required. All students must be pre-registered 48 hours prior to the start of each class. No fees can be collected during class. For further information, please contact 334-4822 extension 50281.

Course Code: SAF 3010A - TC2 Date: June 13, 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Tuesday, Location: PSB, Room 213, Jamestown Campus Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

Course Code: SAF 3010AB - TA2 Date: May 20, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday Location: PSB, Room 213, Jamestown Campus Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

Course Code: SAF 3010A -TG2 Date: July 10, 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Monday Location: CEC, Room 229, Greensboro Campus Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

Course Code: SAF 3010AB - TE2 Date: June 24, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday Location: PSB, Room 213, Jamestown Campus Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

Course Code: SAF 3010A -TM2 Date: August 8, 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Tuesday Location: PSB, Room 213, Jamestown Campus Instructor: TBA Cost: $78

Course Code: SAF 3010AB -TJ2 Date: July 22, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday Location: PSB, Room 213, Jamestown Campus Instructor: TBA Cost: $78 EMT Refresher Course Code: EMS-4201-205-Hybrid course Date: June 9 - July 14, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday, Classroom attendance required only on 6/9, 7/7, 7/14 Location: PSB, Room 213, Jamestown Campus Instructor: TBA Cost: $188

Initial EMT-Basic This course is designed to train individuals to become emergency medical personnel. The student is exposed to emergency patient care through both classroom training and hands-on application. Topics include patient assessment, basic life support techniques (including airway management and CPR), oxygen therapy, treatment of shock, treatment of fractures, management of various medical emergencies and emergency childbirth. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be eligible to take the North Carolina and/or National Registry Basic Emergency Medical Technician certification exam. TO REGISTER: Go to the Assessment Center. Take the TABE reading assessment test and score a grade equivalent of 11 or higher. If student scores below a grade equivalent of 10, contact Rob McDuffie at 336334-4822, ext. 50588 to discuss other options. Go to the Con Ed registration office and tell them you want to register and pay for EMS 4200 remember to provide them with the section number you choose. Tuition is $198 For more information contact: Rob McDuffie ext. 50588 Course Code: EMS 4200-201 Date: May 15- July 28 Monday, Wednesday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday, Location: CEC, Greensboro Campus Room #: 229 Instructor: Saville Cost: $198 Course Code: EMS 4200-202 Date: May 16- August 15, 6 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. every other Saturday Location: AV3, Room 413, Greensboro / Airport Instructor: Allen Cost: $198 Course Code: EMS 4200-203-Hybrid Course (This class requires online work) Date: May 6-August 26, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday Location: PSB, Room 220, Jamestown Campus Instructor: TBA Cost: $198 Course Code: EMS 4200-204 Date: May 8- July 21, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday Location: PSB, Room 220, Jamestown Campus Instructor: TBA Cost: $198

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Cardiac Monitor Technician This comprehensive 100 hour Cardiac Monitor Technician Certification Course prepares students to function as cardiac monitor technicians in the acute health care setting. This course will include fundamental information on anatomy and physiology of the heart and cardiovascular system, medical disease processes, medical terminology, medical legal ethics, and communication with other health care team members, and intensive ECG monitor strip interpretations. Additionally, students will spend 24 hours participating in the clinical environment working with cardiac monitor technicians. Cardiac monitor technicians, also known as telemetry technicians, monitor multiple patient’s heart activity and interpret heart rhythms from a central monitoring center covering multiple acute care locations. They play a vital role in the lives of cardiac patients and are a critical member of the health care team. Employment of cardiac monitor technicians is projected to increase by 22 percent from 2014 to 2024, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Technicians work in settings such as hospitals and diagnostic medical laboratories. Starting hourly wage is $11. Students must purchase the required textbook prior to the first class/orientation. For schedules and program information, visit http://bit.ly/ GTCC_Monitor_Tech or call 336-334-4822, ext. 53062 or email aeleonard@gtcc.edu. Total Hours: 100 Cost: $188 Medication Administration Aide This course is designed to meet training requirements for the North Carolina Board of Nursing Medication Aide Certification. The training prepares certified nurse aides to administer medications to long-term care residents. Course topics include scope of duties; legal and ethical responsibilities; administration of medications by various routes; infection control; and documentation including commonly used abbreviations. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive a certificate and are then eligible to take the state competency exam administered under the N.C. Division of Health Services Regulation. Medication aides employed in a long-term care/skilledfacility must have an active listing on the Nurse Aide Registry. **Medication aides who pass medications in long-term/ skilled nursing facilities should not be confused with medication technicians who pass medications in adultcare settings such as assisted living or group homes. Additional Information: On the first day of class, you must present a copy of verification as a nurse aide in good standing on the N.C. Registry. This can be verified online at https://www.ncnar. org/verify_listings1.jsp. For schedules and program information, visit http://bit.ly/ GTCC_Med_Aide or call 336-334-4822, ext. 53062 or email aeleonard@gtcc.edu. Total Hours: 24 Cost: $78

Nurse Assistant (NA) 1 This course introduces basic nursing skills required to provide personal care for patients, residents, or clients in a health care setting. Topics include communications, safety, patients’ rights, personal care, vital signs, elimination, nutrition, emergencies, rehabilitation, and mental health. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate skills necessary to take the state Nursing Assistant 1 exam to be listed on the North Carolina Nurse Aide Registry. This is a certificate-level course. A high school diploma or GED is required. YOU MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING QUALIFICATIONS TO REGISTER AND ATTEND A COURSE: 1. Be at least 18 years of age (no exceptions) 2. Have a valid high school diploma or GED certificate from an accredited school (If you have never taken a class at GTCC and have a high school diploma from another country, it will need to be validated through our Student Success Center. You may contact Ashley Mackey-Whitworth to set up an appointment at 336-3344822, ext. 50076 or via email at admackeywhitworth@ gtcc.edu.) 3. Have a U.S. government-issued social security card, signed and non-laminated 4. Have an unexpired government-issued photo ID such as a driver’s license or passport You must bring all of the above documents to the first class for verification by the instructor. If GTCC already has your transcripts on file, you do not need to bring your high school diploma or GED certificate to the first class. You will only need to bring your original social security card and a copy of your photo ID. If you are unsure that your transcript is on file, please email Amy Leonard at aeleonard@gtcc.edu for assistance. Students must purchase the required textbook prior to the first class/orientation. For schedules and program information, visit http://bit.ly/ GTCC_NA_Program or call 336-334-4822, ext. 53062 or email aeleonard@gtcc.edu. Total Hours: 198 Cost: $204.50

NA Training Refresher Course The NA Training Refresher Course is offered to enrollees who have (1) been listed or are currently listed on the N.C. Nurse Aide I Registry; (2) have successfully completed a state-approved NA training program since July 2013; (3) hold a state-recognized unencumbered health care credential (EMT, EMT-P, CMA, RN, LPN, etc.) from any state. Military personnel who have had medical/corpsman training may also enroll. This 50-hour course consists of a brief review of the NA I theory curriculum, selected NA I skills, and preparation for the state written and skills exams. Successful completion of this refresher course will provide individuals with a review of the knowledge, skills, and abilities that must be demonstrated on the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP) Examination necessary for listing on the North Carolina Nurse Aide I Registry. (Note: If your NA license expired before July 2013, you will need to take the entire NA 1 course. Additionally, if you have taken the North Carolina NNAAP test three times within a two-year period, and failed, you must attend a stateapproved training program such as the NA 1 full course or the NA Refresher course. References to this rule may be found in the N.C. Nurse Aide I Candidate Handbook. Additional Note: If your goal is to enroll in nursing school, this course will not meet the required prerequisite and you will need to take an accredited complete Nursing Assistant 1 course.) YOU MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING QUALIFICATIONS TO TAKE THE COURSE: 1. Be at least 18 years of age (no exceptions) 2. Have a valid high school diploma or GED certificate from an accredited school (If you have never taken a class at GTCC and have a high school diploma from another country, it will need to be validated through our Student Success Center. You may contact Ashley Mackey-Whitworth to set up an appointment at 336-3344822, ext. 50076 or via email at admackeywhitworth@ gtcc.edu. 3. Provide a copy of unencumbered registry listing or any state-recognized or military health care credential by nurse aide listing number or other credential identifier 4. Have a U.S. government-issued social security card, signed and non-laminated 5. Have an unexpired government-issued photo ID such as a driver's license or passport You must bring all of the above documents to the first class for verification by the instructor. If GTCC already has your transcripts on file, you do not need to bring your high school diploma or GED certificate to the first class. You will only need to bring your original social security card and a copy of your photo ID. If you are unsure that your transcript is on file, please email Amy Leonard at aeleonard@gtcc.edu for assistance. Students must purchase the required student manual prior to the first class. For schedules and program information, visit http://bit.ly/ GTCC_NA_Program or call 336-334-4822, ext. 53062 or email aeleonard@gtcc.edu. Total Hours: 50 Cost: $133

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NOTARY Notary Public Workshop If you are at least 18 years old, have never been convicted of a felony, have a high school diploma or GED and can satisfactorily complete this workshop, you can apply for your Notary Public Commission. The Notary Public Guidebook (current edition) is required and available in the GTCC bookstore for $25.75. Prior to class, you must purchase your textbook from the campus bookstore where the course will be taught. If you arrive to class without your guidebook, you will not be allowed to attend the class. Please bring a photo I.D. (driver's license) to your class. NOTE: These classes are scheduled from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and include a one-hour break. Course Code: CSP-4000-N277 Date: June 3, Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Location: C1, Room 231B, Cameron Campus Instructor: Nancy Routh Cost: $78 Course Code: CSP-4000-N278 Date: June 10, Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 152A, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Deborah Stephenson Cost: $78 Course Code: CSP-4000-N279 Date: June 17, Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Location: PS, Room 109, Jamestown Campus Instructor: Deborah Stephenson Cost: $78 Course Code: CSP-4000-N280 Date: June 24, Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Location: C1, Cameron Campus Instructor: Nancy Routh Cost: $78 Course Code: CSP-4000-N283 Date: July 8, Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Location: H4, 203, High Point Campus Instructor: Gale Sudduth Cost: $78 Course Code: CSP-4000-N284 Date: July 22, Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Location: C1, Room 231B, Cameron Campus Instructor: Teresa Outlaw Cost: $78 Course Code: CSP-4000-N285 Date: July 29, Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Location: H4, Room 203, High Point Campus Instructor: Gale Sudduth Cost: $78 Course Code: CSP-4000-N286 Date: August 5, Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Location: C1, Room 231B, Cameron Campus Instructor: Teresa Outlaw Cost: $78

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PHOTOGRAPHY Basics of Portrait Photography Basics of Portrait Photography is great for intermediate and amateur photographers who like to capture images of people in all types of situations. Students will learn lens selection, composition, posing, natural lighting, and will briefly touch on studio lighting. Each class will have instruction with demonstrations and critiques on weekly assignments. Students must have DSLR (digital single lens reflex) with interchangeable lens. Course Code: CSP-4000-BA2 Date: June 3-July 18, Saturday, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Location: AT, Room 124, Jamestown Campus Instructor: M. Sherrill Cost: $65 Photo 101 This beginning photography course teaches students to take technically good photographs with your digital camera with interchangeable lenses. Shutters, apertures, films, and other pieces of information are covered to help students understand the photographic process. The class is designed for those who have a digital 35mm camera with interchangeable lenses. Please bring camera for first day of class and flash drive. Course Code: CSP-4000-QG1 Date: June 15-July 20, 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m. Thursday Location: CEC, Room 223, Greensboro Campus Instructor: R. Harris Cost: $55

Abstract Photography This course is designed to expand understanding of photographic composition by completing a series of challenging assignments. Each week an assignment will be given using different elements to create visually-appealing abstract images. The completed assignment will be shared with the class for review. Upon successful completion of the class, students will review their portfolios and will select images to be displayed locally. The last class will be a photography show at a local venue. Students will be encouraged to ask friends and family to attend this event to see their work. Course Code: CSP-4000-RE2 Date: June 6-July 18, Tuesday, 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m. No class held on 7/4 Location: CEC, Room 224, Greensboro Campus Instructor: R. Harris Cost: $60 Introduction to Basic Photography See the world through the lens of a camera and learn to create strong photographic images. Students will learn about the basic mechanics of a camera and how each part is used to create quality photographs. In addition, the course will teach terms associated with photography and how each of the terms relates to photography and the photographer. No prerequisites required. Course Code: CSP-4000-AA2 Date: June 19-July 24, Monday, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Location: AT, Room 125, Jamestown Campus Instructor: R. Harris Cost: $60


ONLINE TRAINING FROM ED2GO Take non-credit classes online! Online, instructor-led courses start each month. Each course runs for 6 weeks and consists of 12 lessons. You are given 2 weeks to complete each lesson. Interactive quizzes, assignments, tutorials and online discussion areas supplement lessons. You need Internet access, and email address and a web browser. All courses are 24 hours (2.4 CEUs). For more information, please visit www.ed2go.com/gtcc2go/ Fall 2016 Start Dates: April 12, 2017 May 17, 2017

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Steps to taking an ed2Go online course: Step 1: Online enrollment/orientation Click “search catalog” or “browse catalog” at the top of this page. Follow the directions on each screen to “enroll now.” You will need the course section number for Step 2. Read carefully the orientation which you can access at the end of the enrollment process (print, if possible). Step 2: Registration and Payment After you complete Step 1, you will receive an email within the next business day with instructions for registration options. Payment must be received before the course start date. Step 3: Classroom Click the “My Classroom” link at the top of this page to log into your course on or after the start date.

WINE APPRECIATION NEW!

The Journey in Wine Appreciation Have you ever wondered what wine to pair with your meals? This course begins with gaining a basic understanding of the history and origins of wines, labels and how to serve them taught by Wine Consultant Walter Bost. This course is perfect for those who are wine enthusiasts, those who work in the hospitality industry, those wanting to learn of wine and food pairing and anyone wanting to explore the world and application of wine. Course Code: CSP-4000-WIN2 Date: July 25-August 3, 4 p.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday Location: CEC, Room 152A, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Bost Cost: $50

NOTE: Student enrollment will be reviewed two days before class start date. If you have not completed Step 2 above you will not be able to participate in the class. There are no exceptions to this rule.

Below is a category listing of the offered course. Visit the ed2go website for a complete detail listing of the 122 different courses offered.

• Accounting and Finance

• Design and Composition

• Personal Development

• Business

• Healthcare and Medical

• Teaching and Education*

• College Readiness

• Language and Arts

• Technology

• Computer Application

• Law and Legal

• Writing and Publishing

Contact us a thessick@gtcc.edu for more information. * Check with your professional development coordinator to determine eligibility for re-certification.

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inspiring | flexible | purposeful

The Conference Center at GTCC is the perfect place for: • Meetings/Events

THE CONFERENCE CENTER GUILFORD TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

• Trainings/Seminars We offer: • Customized packages • Inclusive pricing

Book your corporate event here! 336-334-4822 ext.64003

Tours available by appointment

7908 Leabourne Road, Colfax, NC 27235 •

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The Therapeutic Massage Program at GTCC will give you the skills you need for success in this rapidly growing, dynamic profession. Prepare for a career as a massage therapist and become proficient of Swedish massage and Neuromuscular Techniques. Employment opportunities include medical settings such as orthopedics, sports medicine, and chiropractic offices. For more information about the Professional Therapeutic Massage Program at GTCC, please contact Nancy Triplett at 336-334-4822, ext. 55012. 336-334-4822 ext.64003

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT ESSENTIALS AND PMP CERTIFICATION PREP

This course will benefit all project managers, team leads, team members, functional managers, and other key project stakeholders in any industry. It is designed to assist in passing the PMI PMP® exam. Project Management Essentials and PMP® Exam Prep is a five-day, instructor-led, training program that provides a solid foundation in the concepts, tools and techniques of formal project management, while preparing you for Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification. Introductory in nature, this course is extremely comprehensive, covering the core competencies associated with effective and efficient project management practice. You not only acquire technique-based proficiencies, but also explore and practice essential people skills and teamwork using a case study. The concepts and methods learned are immediately usable in the workplace, leading to a greater retention of newly acquired skills, measurable project improvements, and the achievement of desired project results. Infused throughout the program, you will learn and practice key PMP® exam prep concepts in each of the process and knowledge areas. Potential instructors: Chris Wright, is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®) with more than 23 years of experience leading cross-functional project and program teams. He is the founder and president of Tanden LLC and is in the business of “leading through teaching and inspiring others.” Chris is a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP®), earned a master’s degree in Project Management (MPM) from Western Carolina University, and served as the Vice President of Education for the North Carolina Chapter of PMI. Mike Portera is a certified senior Project Management Professional (PMP®) with more than 15 years of experience in leading technical and IT-oriented project teams. Mike's career started in finance and quickly moved to an IT- centric focus during the early ‘90s. His combination of experience in network engineering and project management acumen helps him provide a keen level of insight into the project teams he has led and the assignments he has been challenged with over the past 20+years in various telecommunication, transportation, and federal government agencies. Mike has recently earned his master’s degree in Project Management (MPM) from Western Carolina University. Recommended Prerequisites: A basic understanding of math For more information call Amy Leonard at 336-334-4822, ext. 53062 or aeleonard@gtcc.edu. Students should investigate PMP® application requirements to sit for the PMI exam prior to enrolling. See http://www.pmi.org for more details. Participants Will Receive: • PMP®-certified instruction • PMI® Registered Education Provider (REP) course content • Comprehensive Student Guide • A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (The PMBOK® Guide, 5th Edition) • Workbook including Course Case Study and Templates • PMP® Practice Test and Supplemental Study Guide with Online Simulation Exam Access • Standard Project Management Templates in Electronic Format • Certificate of Participation • 35 PDU’s / Contact Hours in project management education Course Code: ITX-7064-500 Date: August 7–August 11 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday Location: CEC, Room 225, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Tanden LLC Cost: $1,795 for 35 hours

Students should investigate PMP® application requirements to sit for the PMI exam prior to enrolling. See http://www.pmi.org for more details.

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REAL ESTATE Broker Pre-Licensing

License Renewal Courses

Broker Pre-Licensing This is the required course needed to prepare to become a “provisional broker." This course covers basic real estate principles and practices, including real estate law, contracts, brokerage practices, financing, closing, valuation, fair housing, property management, taxation, mathematics, as well as other related topics. To qualify for the in-class final exam, you must have a combined average score of 80% on the seven weekly tests given in class. You may then take the final exam, and if you pass, you are eligible to take the North Carolina Real Estate Commission exam that is required to become a licensed real estate broker. Textbook and materials are required and must be purchased from the campus bookstore where the course will be taught prior to class. Note: Students must read chapters 1, 2 and 3 before attending the first class.

Each year, holders of a North Carolina real estate broker’s license are required to complete a total of eight hours (two four-hour courses) of continuing education in order to maintain their licenses, the mandatory Real Estate Update course, and an elective course. GTCC (sponsor #1017) is pleased to offer the following courses. All materials, texts, etc., are included in the registration fee. All courses are approved by the Real Estate Commission.

Course Code: RLS-3700-201 Date: May 22–August 1, 1 p.m.–4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, and Thursdays Location: CEC, Room 152 A&B, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Larry Lee Cost: $188

Broker Post-Licensing Contracts & Closing Topics addressed in this course include selected basic contract law concepts, real estate sales contract preparation, sales contract procedures, closing procedures and closing statement preparation, real estate license status and education issues. Provisional broker license is required to take this class. Required textbook is the North Carolina Real Estate Manual, which must be purchased from the campus bookstore where the course will be taught prior to class. Photo ID and pocket card are required to attend the class. Note: Students must read chapter 10 before attending the first class. Course Code: RLS-3703-202 Date: May 15–June 21, 5:30 p.m.–-8:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays Location: CEC, Room 205, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Marlys Currie Cost: $133

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Real Estate Update This is the mandatory real estate continuing education course #9917. Course content is changed each year in order to keep current in subject areas such as contracts, environmental concerns, real estate rules and zoning. The four-hour real estate update is required to maintain licensure and should be completed each year. Photo ID and pocket card are required to attend the class. Course Code: REX-7024-138 Date: May 16, 1:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m. Tuesday Location: CEC, Room 152 C, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Marlys Currie Cost: $45 Course Code: REX-7024-139 Date: June 1, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Thursday Location: CEC, 152 C, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Marlys Currie Cost: $45 And the Commission Says … This course is a study of some of the most commonly asked questions by real estate licensees and features a compilation of articles written by the Real Estate Commission and published in “The Bulletin” during the past 20 years. The material is presented in a Q&A format. This is an approved four-hour real estate elective #2270. Photo ID and pocket card are required to attend the class. Course Code: REX-7029-143 Date: May 16, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Tuesday Location: CEC, Room 152 C, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Marlys Currie Cost: $45 Course Code: REX-7029-144 Date: June 1, 1:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m. Thursday Location: CEC, Room 152 C, Greensboro Campus Instructor: Marlys Currie Cost: $45


SPECIAL INTEREST How to Become a Life Coach This course will bring focus to the wide and fastgrowing field of life coaching. Life coaches specialize in all areas including careers and personal growth. Students must have a deep desire for listening and studying, as well as a commitment to others. Learning outcomes include what life coaching is and is not, who needs a life coach, an in-depth overview of types of coaches and what makes an excellent coach, how you identify with coaching, and an exploration of your strengths and opportunities in coaching. Supplies needed: Notebook. Handouts will be given in class. Course Code: CSP-4000-NG2 Date: May 30–June 27, Tuesday, 6 p.m.–8:15 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 205, Greensboro Campus Instructor: D. Seyni Cost: $65 Life Coaching II: Mobilizing the Coachee This course is a continuation of How to Become a Life Coach and will provide methods for how to mobilize the coachee to seek to understand and unlock their coaching potential. Concept will include coaching for purpose and enabling client transformation. Students should complete How to Become a Life Coach or similar experience. Course Code: CSP-4000-MP2 Date: July 11–August 1, Tuesday, 6 p.m.–8 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 205, Greensboro Campus Instructor: D. Seyni Cost: $60

BASIC SMALL ENGINE REPAIR Basic Small Engine Repair In this course students will learn basic operation and repair of two- and four-stroke internal combustion engines. Students will review the major components of these small engines and how they work in the overall operation of the engine. The course covers the four stages of small engine operation, troubleshooting, inspections, repair and preventive maintenance. Students will receive basic classroom instruction and hands-on lab experience with small engines. Upon completion, students will be able identify, troubleshoot, and perform basic small engine repairs, which will improve employment opportunities for students. Students are required to bring their own individual small engine and basic hand tools. Course Code: CSP-4000-SMA2 Date: May 22-July 3, Monday, Wednesday, 6 p.m.–9 p.m. Location: C1, Room 174, Cameron Campus Instructor: W. Hardy Cost: $145 / No class on 5/29

Basic Small Engine Repair II This course requires students to have completed a Basic Small Engine Repair Course. In this course, students will learn basic small engine disassemble and rebuild of two and four stroke internal combustion engines. We will review the major components of these small engines and how they work in the overall operation of the engine. The course will cover cylinder head, piston, connector rod, piston rings, flywheel, crankshaft, and valve train removal and replacement. Students will receive basic classroom instructions and hands-on lab experience with small engines. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to identify the internal parts of the small engine, remove and replace cylinder head, piston, connector rod, piston rings, crankshaft, valve train, and flywheel, and perform basic assemble of small engine, which will improve employment opportunities for these students. Students are required to bring their own individual small en Course Code: CSP-4000-SER2 Date: May 23-June 29, Tuesday,Thursday, 6 p.m.–9 p.m. Location: C1, Room 174, Cameron Campus Instructor: W. Hardy Cost: $145

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SAFETY DRIVING PROGRAMS & CERTIFICATIONS For enrollment information please call 336-334-4822 or 336-454-1126 ext. 55021. These classes are for minor speeding and seat belt violations and are not for drivers training.

Defensive Driving Courses For enrollment information please call 336–334-4822 or 336-454-1126, ext. 55021. These classes are for minor speeding and seat belt violations and are not for driver training. DDC-4 Hour This is a refresher course in the latest rules of the road. Topics covered include safety belts, child safety regulations, passing safely, the effect of alcohol and drugs on driving, and vehicle laws and regulations. DDC-ADD 8-Hour-Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving This highly effective driver-training program is developed especially for problem drivers. By emphasizing the connections between behavior and attitude, DDC-ADD helps participants see how reckless driving is a result of their own actions. For more information, please visit http://conedhome. gtcc.edu/personal-enrichment. Please reserve a seat at: http://conedhome.gtccbeta.wpengine.com/ddcreservation-form/ Note: All classes are classroom instruction only. All instructors are certified through the National Safety and Health Council of North Carolina.

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Safety First This 1.5 hour, fast-paced classroom program is ideal for candidates who received seat belt, stop sign/ stop light and texting violations or want a refresher of the rules of the road. It effectively demonstrates the consequences of poor choices that drivers make behind the wheel that include injury to themselves or others. Topics covered include safety belts, child safety regulations, potential result of injury or death when restraint systems are not used, correctly stopping at stop sign/lights, who has the right of way, and the consequences of texting and driving. Course Code: CSP-4000-S114 Date: June 8, Thursday, 6:30 p.m.–8 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 223, Greensboro Campus Instructor:Collins Cost: $25 Course Code: CSP-4000-S115 Date: July 14, Thursday, 6:30 p.m.–8 p.m Location: H4, Room 102, High Point Campus Instructor: E. Santiago Cost: $25 Course Code: CSP-4000-S116 Date: August 10, Thursday, 6:30 p.m.–8 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 223, Wendover Campus Instructor: Collins Cost: $25 Please reserve a seat at: http://conedhome.gtccbeta. wpengine.com/ddc-reservation-form/

NCDOT Oversized & Overload Escort Vehicle Training The North Carolina Department of Transportation requires that all oversize-overweight load escort vehicle drivers be certified. The program includes instruction in safe and effective escort skills, an examination that documents course comprehension, and a system of recognizing drivers certified by this or another state. To become certified, escort drivers must attend the eight-hour DOT Escort Vehicle Course. Registration Information All materials are included in the class registration fee and all classes are classroom instruction only. Preregistration is required prior to attending class. Register at http://conedhome.gtcc.edu/product/escortoperator-certification-program-dot. NCDOT 8-Hour Beginner Course Course Code: CSP-4000-B211 Date: June 24, Saturday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Location: C1, Room 231A, Cameron Campus Instructor: Giacobbe Cost: $110 Course Code: CSP-4000-B213 Date: July 22, Saturday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Location: C1, Room 231A, Cameron Campus Instructor: Giacobbe Cost: $110 NCDOT 4-Hour Recertification Course Course Code: CSP-4000-R212 Date: July 8, Saturday, 8 a.m.–12 p.m. Location: C1, Room 231A, Cameron Campus Instructor: Giacobbe Cost: $65

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Motorcycle – Basic Rider Course (BRC) This updated basic rider course curriculum is a hybrid course that requires three to four hours of an online course that is prerequisite for the range exercises. Participants will be able to learn safe motorcycle riding skills under the direction of the N.C. Motorcycle Safety Program’s certified instructors. This beginning course is designed for riders with little or no experience. However, you must be able to ride a bicycle, as well as lift and keep the motorcycle upright. Upon successfully completing the riding portion, students will receive a DMV completion card to present to the DMV’s office in order for the student to take a written exam for M endorsement on their license. What you will need for training when riding during the course: • A helmet designed to meet DOT standards and proper eye protection (Face shields are acceptable) • Over-the-ankle footwear • Long-sleeved shirt or jacket • Long non-flare denim pants or materials of equivalent/better durability • Full-fingered gloves with grip material • Ear buds for the e-Course Motorcycles are provided for the Basic Riders Course (BRC) and preregistration is required prior to attending class. The North Carolina Motorcycle Safety Education Program requires 100% attendance once class starts and no refunds are given at any point. You will have to complete and pass the online portion (e-Course). Failure to complete the e-Course will result in no certificate. For additional information please contact 336-334-4822, ext. 55021 or visit http://conedhome.gtcc.edu/product/motorcycle-safetyprogram.

Course Code: MTC-8001-2AA Date: June 8, 10, 11 Location: AT, Room 264, Jamestown Campus (Thursday) PS, Room 221, Jamestown Campus (Saturday and Sunday) Cost: $195 Course Code: MTC-8001-2AB Date: June 1, June 3, June 4 Location: AT, Room 264, Jamestown Campus (Thursday) PS, Room 221, Jamestown Campus (Saturday and Sunday) Cost: $195 Course Code: MTC-8001-2AC Date: June 15, June 17, June 18 Location: AT, Room 264, Jamestown Campus (Thursday) PS, Room 221, Jamestown Campus (Saturday and Sunday) Cost: $195 Course Code: MTC-8001-2AD Date: July 6, July 8, July 9 Location: AT, Room 264, Jamestown Campus (Thursday) PS, Room 221, Jamestown Campus (Saturday and Sunday) Cost: $195 Course Code: MTC-8001-2AE Date: July 20, July 22, July 23 Location: AT, Room 264, Jamestown Campus (Thursday) PS, Room 221, Jamestown Campus (Saturday and Sunday) Cost: $195

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SEWING, QUILTING & NEEDLEWORK Beginning Sewing Beginning sewing provides students with the opportunity to learn fabric and pattern selection, principles of cutting and marking, and basic construction skills. Included in the course are darts, seams and finishes, sleeves, hems, pockets, and buttonholes. There is an extra cost for supplies. A supply list will be given on the first day class. Course Code: CSP-4000-PP2 Date: May 30-July 25, Tuesday, 6:45 p.m.-9:15 p.m., no class 7/4 Location: CEC, Room 115, Greensboro Campus Instructor: M. Christie Cost: $65 Course Code: CSP-4000-PI2 Date: June 5-July 24, Monday, 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 115, Greensboro Campus Instructor: S. Pinnix Cost: $65 Advanced Sewing Students select their own projects and fabric. Also includes alterations of your patterns if necessary. Students may bring a complex pattern(s) and other instruction will be given during the first class. (Includes intermediate through advanced sewing.) Course Code: CSP-4000-MS2 Date: June 1-July 20, Thursday, 6:45 p.m.-9:15 p.m. Location: CEC, Room 115, Greensboro Campus Instructor: M. Christie Cost: $65 Sewing All Levels This course teaches sewing for beginners through intermediate. Students select their own projects and fabric. This course also includes any alterations of their patterns if necessary. Beginners may bring a simple pattern. Additional instruction and supplies needed will be given during the first class. Course Code: CSP-4000-BV2 Date: June 6-August 1, Tuesday, 8:30 a.m.-11 a.m. Location: H1, Room 136, High Point Campus Instructor: S. Pinnix Cost: $65

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ADULT EDUCATION GTCC can help you learn to read, improve math skills, finish a high school diploma, earn a High School Equivalency Diploma (GED® or HiSet Diploma), improve English skills, develop computer skills and prepare for college. Prior to enrollment in the program, all students must attend an orientation class. For more information regarding orientation days and times, please contact the Adult Education offices at 336-334-4822, ext. 53107 (GSO) and 336-454-1126, ext. 55087 (HP).

Greensboro Compensatory Education Off-Campus Locations: Howell Center -1508 Gatewood Ave. Alberta Professional Services-3107-A S. Elm-Eugene St. Choice Behavioral Health - 2302 W. Meadowview Rd. Morehead Building, Suite 228 The Shoppe - 500 Spring Garden St.

Visit our website: https://tinyurl.com/ged-esol-gtcc

True Blessings Care - 2902 E. Market St.

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WesCare - 10-A Oak Branch Drive

All classes are Free. Registration for all Adult Education classes, must be completed at the: Greensboro Campus Adult Education Center 3505 E. Wendover Ave - or – High Point Campus 901 S. Main Street Adult High School (AHS) This program is for adults 18 and older who want to earn a high school diploma. Courses are taught in a lab setting. Students must provide an official transcript from the last school attended, maintain strict attendance, and complete 24 credit-bearing courses to receive a diploma. Adult Basic Education (ABE) The ABE program helps adults improve basic reading, math and writing skills. You may enroll at any time during the semester. Students with intellectual disabilities (Compensatory Education students) are served in the ABE program, dependent upon their assessment scores.

Edward Douglas Center - 108 Winola Dr. High Point Compensatory Education Off-Campus Locations: RHA Health Services 1701 Westchester Dr., Suite 940 Lifespan Guilford - 908 McClellan Place High School Equivalency (HSE) This self-paced, flexible program prepares adults age 16 and older to earn a High School Equivalency Diploma (GED or HiSet Diploma), accepted as a high school equivalency by most employers and college admissions offices. Students must pass four subject on the GED test: Reasoning through Language Arts, Social Studies, Science and Math. Students must pass these 5 subjects on HiSet and TASC tests: Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies and Math. The Official GED, TASC, and HiSet exams are available in Spanish. GED preparation courses are also available online at both campus locations (prerequisites may apply). High School Equivalency preparation courses are also available online at both campus locations.

Greensboro AHS/HSE & ABE Campus Contacts Anthony Banks (AHS/HSE) 336-334-4822 ext. 53081 Adult Education Center, 3505 E. Wendover Avenue Krystal Gossett (ABE) 336-334-4822, ext. 53049 Adult Education Center, 3505 E. Wendover Avenue Registration GTCC-Greensboro Campus Adult Education Center, 3505 E. Wendover Avenue Registration: Tuesday 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m.; 5 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Orientation: Monday – Friday 9 a.m.-12 p.m.; Monday - Thursday 6 p.m.-9 p.m. You must start the Orientation Process on Monday and attend each scheduled day. Please arrive on time. GSO ABE/ASE/HSE Off-Campus Locations: Interactive Resource Center - 407 E. Washington St. Goodwill - 1235 S. Eugene St. New Hope Baptist Church - 306 S. English St. One Step Further - 623 Eugene Ct. Wiley Elementary School - 600 W. Terrell St. Guilford Middle School - 320 Lindley Rd. The Center for Self-Improvement - 241 Summit Ave. Suite 100 High Point AHS/HSE/ABE Campus Contacts Jennifer Foster (AHS/HSE & ABE) 336-334-4822 ext. 55042 901 S. Main St., H3 Office #124 Registration GTCC-High Point Campus 901 S. Main St., H3 Office #124 Thursdays 9 a.m.-11 a.m.; 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Orientation: Orientation: Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. -12 p.m.; Monday – Thursday, 6 p.m.-9 p.m. You must start the Orientation Process on a Monday and attend each scheduled day. Please arrive on time.

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Basic Skills Plus Basic Skills Plus is an exciting new program which gives you the opportunity to earn your high school credential while training for a new career. In the Basic Skills Plus Program you will earn a: • High School Equivalency Diploma (GED® or HiSet) • Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) while training for a career in one of the following fields: • Nursing Assistant • Computer Integrated Machining • Aviation Technician • Medical Receptionist • Production & Machine Operator For more information call Trina Jones at 336-334-4822, ext. 53120

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ADULT EDUCATION English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) For adults whose first language is not English, ESOL classes provide instruction in English listening, speaking, reading, writing and math. Class levels range from basic to advanced. TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language, CITIZENSHIP AND TECHNOLOGY IN USA classes are also available.) The program also offers family literacy classes where parents and children learn together "under one roof." Adults can earn their GED® Diploma or improve their English skills as their children prepare for school success in a quality learning environment. For information: 336-334-4822, ext. 53027 (GSO) or 336-454-1126 ext. 55026 (HP). Greensboro ESOL The ESOL program provides English classes for non-native speakers in the areas of writing, reading, speaking, and listening. Class levels range from basic to advanced. TOEFL classes and citizenship classes are also available. Greensboro Campus Contact Leeann Anderson 336-334-4822 ext.53038 Adult Education Center, 3505 E. Wendover Ave, Room 136 Orientation: Wednesday and Thursday 8:30 a.m.12 p.m. or 5:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.. You must attend both days. Please arrive on time. No appointment necessary. Off-Campus Locations Archer Elementary School - 2610 Four Seasons Blvd. Morehead Elementary School - 4630 Tower Rd. Senior Resource Center of Guilford (55 and older) 301 East Washington Street Guilford Middle School 320 Lindley Rd. Rankin Elementary School 1501 Spry St. Peace United Methodist Church 2714 West Market St. Glen Haven Apartments 424F Greenbriar Rd. Legacy Crossing Apartments 3900 Hahns Ln.

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High Point Campus Contact Michael Brandon Bost 336-454-1126 ext 55001 H4 Building 901 South Main St. Room 128 High Point ESOL Registration Hours for continuing students GTCC-High Point Campus 901 S. Main St., H4 Office #128 Thursday, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. or 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Orientation: Wednesday and Thursday 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. or 5:30p-8:30p. You must attend both. Please arrive on time. No appointment necessary. Off-Campus Locations: St. Mary’s Episcopal Church (Family Literacy Class) 108 W. Farris Ave. Macedonia Family Resource Ctr. (Family Literacy Class) - 104 Lake Ave. First Presbyterian Church (Family Literacy Class) 918 N. Main St. World Relief (Beginning Literacy) 155 Northpoint Ave.

Español ESOL es un programa para adultos que desean aprender inglés. Los estudiantes pueden mejorar su habilidad para escuchar, hablar, leer y escribir en inglés. Tenemos clases para principiantes hasta avanzados. También ofrecemos clases de preparación para los exámenes de TOEFL y de la ciudadanía. Y tenemos clases para la familia donde los padres y sus niños ninos estudian en un mismo lugar. Los adultos aprenden como leer a sus niños en inglés y como apoyarlos para que tengan éxito en la escuela; además, mejoran su inglés y pueden estudiar para obtener su diploma el de. Además, ofrecemos clases en línea y clases de computación. GED® en un ambiente familiar. Para información: 336-334-4822, ext. 53027 (GSO) o 336-454-1126 ext. 55026 (HP). Inscribirse en Greensboro GTCC-Greensboro Campus Adult Education Center, 3505 E. Wendover Ave, oficina #136. Orientación: miércoles y jueves por la mañana 8:30a12p o 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. por la tarde. Inscribirse en High Point GTCC-High Point Campus 901 S. Main St., H4 oficina #128. Orientación: miércoles y jueves por la mañana 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. o 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. por la tarde.


GENERAL INFORMATION Ways To Register and Pay

Note: You are obligated to pay tuition and any fees at the time of registration. Online – Visit https://conedreg.gtcc.edu and search for courses by entering part of the title (example: Excel) or the course code with dashes (example: CAS-4037B-208) in the Search for Courses box. When you have finished selecting your course, click the Register button. On the next form, you will be required to enter personal identification details including address, phone, social security number and email. You must pay at the time of registration to complete your enrollment. GTCC accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover debit/ credit cards.

When to Register

You may register for a course up to the first day of class, but late registration is discouraged to be sure you get the course(s) you want. You may not be allowed to enter classes after the starting date.

After You Register

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

Bookstore Locations:

• Jamestown, 601 High Point Road, Monday Thursday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m., and Friday 8 a.m.-4 p.m.. • Greensboro, 3505 E. Wendover Avenue, Monday Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m.-12 p.m. • High Point, 901 S. Main St, Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Some courses require supplies/materials and you are accountable for purchasing the necessary items. Students in all continuing education classes will be Dropping and Adding Classes assessed a $5 CAPS fee to help cover expenses If you want to drop a class and receive a refund, the associated with providing campus access, parking amount of your refund will depend on when you drop and security at the college. the class. Please refer to the refund policy. If you By Mail - You may register via mail by printing a copy want to add a class, you can register up until the first Some programs require malpractice insurance. These of a Registration Form from our website: https://www. day of class. In addition, you can replace one course fees, where applicable, are included in the published course fee. gtcc.edu/media/171926/ConEdRegistrationForm.pdf with another if they have the same registration fee, but only if approved by the Departmental Coordinator. Complete the form and mail it in with your check, money order, or credit card information to the address Course Repetition Policy shown on the form. GTCC accepts Visa, MasterCard, The Refund Policy In 1993, the N.C. legislature enacted a law that American Express, and Discover debit/credit cards. If In compliance with State Board policy, GTCC will requires anyone who takes the same occupational paying by check, the account holder's name, address refund 100% of tuition and fees if you officially drop extension course more than twice within a five-year and account number must be pre-printed on the from the class before the first class meeting by period to pay an additional cost of $6.41-$7.12 per check. Do not mail cash. contacting the appropriate Departmental Coordinator scheduled hour. or the Continuing Education Registrar’s Office. In Person - You may register in person by completing GTCC will refund 75% of tuition only if you officially You are exempt from this policy if you are required by a Registration Form in advance by printing a withdraw from the class on or before the class law to have certification/licensure. copy from: https://www.gtcc.edu/media/171926/ reaches the census date. The census date varies ConEdRegistrationForm.pdf. Registration Forms are from class to class. also available at Continuing Education Registration Sponsorships Counters on the Greensboro, Jamestown and High No refunds will be issued if you withdraw from a The purpose of a sponsorship is to help pay college Point Campuses. Because payment is due at the course after the census date. expenses (tuition, fees, books, and supplies). time of registration, after you are registered for your Sponsors may include your employer or government course(s), you will visit the cashier’s office to make If a class is canceled or full, GTCC will make a full agencies (i.e. Employment Security Commission, Job payment. Acceptable forms of payment include: refund. Link, or Vocational Rehabilitation). checks, cash, money orders, and Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover credit/debit cards. Non-attendance is not a basis for refund of tuition. Each semester, detailed sponsor information must be When paying in person by check or credit card, received by GTCC. This information may be mailed, please bring two forms of ID. One must be a photo faxed, or brought in person to the Cashiers ID. Please visit the Cashiers Page for acceptable Fees, Books, Supplies Office located in the Luther R. Medlin Campus forms of ID at: Registration fees, which are listed with each class Center. Authorizations must be received at the time http://www.gtcc.edu/enrollment-services/cashiersdescription, do not include the cost of textbooks or of registration. If authorizations are not received at office/required-id.aspx supplies. the time of registration, the student is expected to pay registration fees. It is the student’s responsibility Registration Locations: to make sure the Cashiers Office has received an • Jamestown, 140 Jamestown Court, Monday-Friday, Fees are set by the NC General Assembly and are based on the number of contact hours for each authorization for each class. Contact the cashier’s 8 a.m. -5 p.m. course. Some of the courses listed in this catalog office when you register to ensure your sponsor • Greensboro, 3505 E. Wendover Avenue, Continuing require textbooks, which are sold at the GTCC information has been received and processed. Education Center, Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m.- Bookstores and you should buy books and supplies GTCC Sponsor Agreement forms can be obtained 6 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m.-12 p.m. at the bookstore of the campus you will be attending from the Cashiers Office. • High Point, 901 S. Main St, H1, Monday-Thursday, class. 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Authorizations must include the student’s name, identification number (SID and/or last 4 digits of SSN), and semester to be paid by the sponsor. They Who May Register? must also be printed on company/agency letterhead, If you’re 18 years old or older, you may register for state the amount of detailed expenses to be paid a course. Applicants who are still enrolled in high for each student being sponsored, and include an school, but are at least 16 years of age, should agency representative name and phone number. secure authorization from his/her high school principle Bookstore charges may be applied to a sponsorship in the form of a letter. A letter must be secured only if specified in the sponsor authorization. each term the student wishes to take a course(s). Individuals interested in Admission to Adult High School or GED classes should refer to the Adult Education section of the catalog.

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

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GENERAL INFORMATION LOCATION KEY

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G’boro Chamber of Commerce 342 N. Elm St.

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Guilford College Methodist Church 1205 Fleming Rd.

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Deep River Golf Range 2835 Hwy. 68 S.

GUMC Grace United Methodist Church 438 W. Friendly Ave.

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Maximum Performance 108 B.S. Walnut Circle

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Muirs Chapel United Methodist Church 314 Muir’s Chapel Rd.

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Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship 1451 S. Elm Eugene St.

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Greensboro Campus 3505 E. Wendover Avenue High Point Campus 901 S. Main Street

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Adult Education Center Greensboro Campus

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Shalom Christian Church Elm Street

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Bur-Mil Park 5834 Owls Roost Rd.

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Technical Education Center Greensboro Campus

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Continuing Education Center Greensboro Campus

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West Market United Methodist Church 302 W. Market St.

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City Health Club 101 S. Elm Street

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Country Park / Natural Science Shelter 3902 Nathaniel Greene Dr.

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Embassy Suites I-40 & NC 68

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Greensboro Public Library 219 N. Church St.

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High Point Public Library 901 N. Main St.

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Day - The day or days a class will How To Sharpen Your Business Writing - AMA This course focuses on the skills you need to write memos, letters, meet each week. Course Description - This reports, and proposals that command attention and get results. paragraph provides information Time - The time the class will Learn how to organize your ideas logically, structure attention getting about the class and if a textbook, meet. Class times include sentences, persuade audiences with action words, sell your ideas with supplies, or materials are required. morning, afternoon and evening authority, and improve your overall style. Textbook required. Two CEUs hours. will be available upon successful completion. Course Code: GCOM4701-80 Course Code - GTCC’s identification number Date: January 30 - March 20, Thursday, 6:30p-9p for the class followed by a two-digit section Location: AT - Applied Technologies, Jamestown Campus number or letter. Room #- The room in which Room #: 320  Instructor: Smith the class will be held. If this is Cost: $58 marked “TBA” then the room number will be posted at the location on the first day of Location- The location where the Instructor - The last name class. class will meet. The abbreviation of the class instructor. If this represents the location. The column is marked “TBA” then Cost - The price listed is the cost abbreviations and addresses are an instructor will be named at of the class. This amount does listed in the Location Key above. a later date. not include the cost of textbooks, supplies, or materials, if required, for the class.


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